Tag Archives: Evil

Daily Mass: Judas, at night. Catholic Inspiration

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John’s Gospel reveals the moment when Judas gave in to Satan’s temptation in the darkness of night. Enlighted by this passage, we recognize that we face a daily spiritual battle with evil that requires our vigilance and trust in the Lord.

Mass Readings – Tuesday of Holy Week

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Daily Mass: David shows restraint against Saul. Catholic Inspiration

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While being hunted by Saul, David prevents his men from harming the king in a cave. His restraint offers us a powerful example of how we repay evil with good.

Mass Readings – Friday of the 2nd Week of the Year

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St. Agnes, pray for us!


Daily Mass: A discussion about demons. Catholic Inspiration

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The Lord addresses the crowd after he has driven out a demon, offering us several insights into how we respond to the evil present in our lives.

Mass Readings – Friday of the 27th Week of the Year

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Daily Mass: Christ’s authority over evil. Catholic Inspiration

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Luke’s Gospel recounts an exchange between Jesus and an unclean demon, revealing how evil recognizes and yields to the authority of Christ.

Mass Readings – Tuesday of the 22nd Week of the Year

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Daily Mass: The Lord drives out demons. Catholic Inspiration

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As Jesus drives out demons from two men, the local people are frightened at this display of God’s power over evil. In those moments when we confront the darkness in our lives, may we turn to the Lord for grace and strength.

Mass Readings – Wednesday of the 13th Week of the Year

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Daily Mass: Return evil with good. Catholic Inspiration

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Jesus continues his teaching in the Sermon on the Mount with a reminder that we are called to offer a response to evil that is worthy of heaven.

Mass Readings – Monday of the 11th Week of the Year

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Walking with Mary on the Way of the Cross: Confronting injustice. Catholic Inspiration

This is the first of a six-part Lenten Retreat where Fr. Andrew reflects on a different aspect of the Stations of Cross each night. In this presentation Jesus is the key to help us understand how we confront the injustices and evils in our lives.

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Daily Mass: We find hope in Noah’s ark. Catholic Inspiration

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Noah’s ark is a well known passage of Genesis that captures the imagination. Confronting wickedness and sin, the ark is a sign of hope in which God offers us a way forward – inviting us to mirror this example as we now prepare to embark on the season of Lent tomorrow.

Mass Readings – Tuesday of the 6th Week of the Year

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The Holy Innocents. Catholic Inspiration

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In the midst of the Christmas season we see the harsh consequences of human sin. The massacre of the innocent children demands that we carry out the teaching of Christ as we strive to protect those who are most vulnerable.

Mass Readings – Feast of the Holy Innocents


13th Sunday of the Year: We die to sin and rise with Christ. Catholic Inspiration

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St. Paul’s letter to the Romans teaches that we die to sin and rise with Christ, and as we place our hope in the Lord we have a strength to confront the darkness and evil that we uncover lurking in our hearts.

Mass Readings – 13th Sunday of the Year


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