Daily Archives: March 2, 2011

Monday of the 8th Week of the Year

Mk 10:17-27 The Rich Man One of last week’s gospel passages said: “If your hand causes you to sin, cut it off.” So today’s gospel passage can be also said like this: “If your money causes you to sin, get … Continue reading

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Tuesday of the 8th Week of the Year

Mk 10:28-31 Hundredfold Reward In the gospel, Jesus promises eternal life for those who give up their loved ones and possessions for His sake and the Gospel. He says, “There is no one who has given up home, brothers or … Continue reading

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Wednesday of the 8th Week of the Year

Mk 10:32-45 Ambition of James and John I’m sure you are very much familiar with this church hymn which has a line like this: “We are made for service to care for all men.” Mother Teresa of Calcutta is an … Continue reading

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Thursday of the 8th Week of the Year

Mk 10:46-52 The Blind Bartimaeus I’m sure all of us have encountered or met blind people. Me too, I encountered. One time, while waiting for my flight back home I went to a group of blind masseurs inside the pre-departure … Continue reading

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Friday of the 8th Week of the Year

Mk 11:11-26 Jesus Curses a Fig Tree Does this question arise also in your mind that, if two sincere believers ask for opposite things at the same time, how can their prayer be answered by God? Like for example, one … Continue reading

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Saturday of the 8th Week of the Year

Mk 11:27-33 The Authority of Jesus Questioned I came across these two rules in my reading: Rule #1: The Boss is always right. Rule #2: When the Boss is wrong, refer to rule #1. The three component sections of the … Continue reading

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