Daily Archives: April 20, 2018

Friday of the 3rd Week of Easter

John 6:52-59 The Bread of Life Discourse OTHER HOMILY SOURCES from 365 Days with the Lord GOSPEL: THE Jews quarreled among themselves, saying, “How can this Man give us [His] flesh to eat?” Jesus said to them, “Amen, amen, I … Continue reading

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Thursday of the 3rd Week of Easter

John 6:44-51 The Bread of Life Discourse OTHER HOMILY SOURCES from 365 Days with the Lord GOSPEL: JESUS said to the crowd, “No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draw him, and I will raise … Continue reading

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Friday of the 3rd Week of Easter

John 6:52-59 The Bread of Life Discourse OTHER HOMILY SOURCES from Faith.ND 2018 Reflection – April 20, 2018 Ana Gadoury ’19 M.Div. The crowds in this Gospel dispute Jesus’ mysterious and challenging teaching by arguing “how” this could be. How … Continue reading

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Friday of the 3rd Week of Easter

John 6:52-59 The Bread of Life Discourse OTHER HOMILY SOURCES from My Catholic Life book The Conviction of Jesus Friday of the Third Week of Easter The Jews quarreled among themselves, saying, “How can this man give us his Flesh … Continue reading

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Friday of the 3rd Week of Easter

John 6:52-59 The Bread of Life Discourse OTHER HOMILY SOURCES from Living Space 2017 Friday of week 3 of Easter – Gospel Commentary on John 6:52-59 The discussion of Jesus as the Bread of Life continues. Understandably enough the Jews are … Continue reading

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Friday of the 3rd Week of Easter

John 6:52-59 The Bread of Life Discourse OTHER HOMILY SOURCES from Claretian Communication Foundation  2016 April 15, 2016 REFLECTION: In the Book of Acts the Christian faith is seven times referred to as the Way (here in today’s first reading, … Continue reading

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Friday of the 3rd Week of Easter

John 6:52-59 The Bread of Life Discourse OTHER HOMILY SOURCES from Navchetana 2016 THE THIRD WEEK OF EASTER Friday, April 15 Acts 9:1-20; Jn 6:52-59 Ever Renewing Source of Power As our church is in a village, we always lacked … Continue reading

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Friday of the 3rd Week of Easter

John 6:52-59 The Bread of Life Discourse OTHER HOMILY SOURCES from Bishop Abet Uy DD Thursday, April 14, 2016 2016 FRIDAY OF THE 3RD WEEK OF EASTER (YEAR C) – JUAN 6:52-59. ANG KONSAGRADO NGA PAN UG BINO DIHA SA … Continue reading

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Friday of the 3rd Week of Easter

John 6:52-59 The Bread of Life Discourse OTHER HOMILY SOURCES from Fr. Domie Guzman SSP That the Risen Jesus is truly present in the Bread and Wine is not only a problematic for the people of old. Even now, the real … Continue reading

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Friday of the 3rd Week of Easter

John 6:52-59 The Bread of Life Discourse OTHER HOMILY SOURCES from Kerygma 2014 MY FLESH AND MY BLOOD: “My flesh is really food and my blood is drink.” – John 6:55 Eighth century AD in Lanciano, Italy. A Basilian monk … Continue reading

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Friday of the 3rd Week of Easter

John 6:52-59 The Bread of Life Discourse OTHER HOMILY SOURCES from Marino J. Dasmarinas 2014 My Reflection for Friday May 9, Third Week of Easter; John 6:52-59 – Reflection: What is the difference between a person who is a daily Communicant … Continue reading

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Friday of the 3rd Week of Easter

John 6:52-59 The Bread of Life Discourse OTHER HOMILY SOURCES from Catechism of the Catholic Church  The Catechism of the Catholic Church no. 1391-1397) tells us the benefits or fruits of receiving the Eucharist: It gives us a closer union … Continue reading

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Friday of the 3rd Week of Easter

John 6:52-59 The Bread of Life Discourse OTHER HOMILY SOURCES from SVD Bible Diary 2002 The Eucharist has always been problematic. Since the infancy of Christianity to our days, the Christian practice of eating Christ’s flesh and drinking His blood has … Continue reading

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