“If your brother does wrong, reprove him.” Luke 17:1-6 Jesus shows us that we have a responsibility as Christians to correct our brothers and sisters when they have done wrong. For some of us, this may be difficult as we
“He is God, not of the dead, but of the living.” Luke 20:27,34-38 The Sadducees in Jesus’ time did not believe in the resurrection of the dead. And so, in this passage, they’re making fun of Jesus and the teaching
“Use money, tainted as it is, to win you friends.” Luke 16:9-15 The Pharisees prioritised money in their lives and used it to benefit themselves, even though they outwardly projected a value system that prioritised God. The reality was that
“The master praised the dishonest servant.” Luke 16:1-8 In today’s passage, it is clear that both the acts of the steward and his master are unrighteous. They are both worldly or sons of the world as described by Jesus Himself.
“There will be rejoicing in heaven over one repentant sinner.” Luke 15:1-10 We know what it is like to lose something of value to us. We notice when it is missing, and search all over until we find it. How
All Saint’s Day “The only son of his mother, and she a widow.” Luke 7:11-17 In this reading, Jesus shows his compassion, mercy and unconditional love. When we are sad, troubled, and feeling alone, Jesus’ heart goes out to us,
All Soul’s Day “How happy are the poor in spirit.” Matthew 5: 1-12a Why do we celebrate All Souls Day the day after All Saints Day? As Catholics, we believe that the souls of the faithful departed who have not