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Daily Mass: Go, and make a harvest for the Lord! Catholic Inspiration

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Jeremiah is sent by the Lord to go forth and proclaim God’s message, and Jesus offers a parable illustrating the need to be fruitful in our lives.

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Study, Pray, Serve: 14th Sunday of the Year

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Here are some of the main themes in the readings for the 14th Sunday of the Year.

1st Reading – Isaiah 66:10-14c

  • Rejoice and exult over the prosperity of Jerusalem.
  • The Lord’s power shall be known to his servants in the sight of these blessings.

Psalm 66:1-7,16,20

  • “Let all praise the name of the Lord.”
  • Shout for joy and praise the good works of God.

2nd Reading – Galatians 6:14-18

  • Paul boasts in the cross of Jesus Christ, and now he bears the marks of Jesus on his body.
  • Peace and mercy be to all who follow the Lord.

Gospel – Luke 10:1-12,17-20

  • Jesus sends out 72 disciples in pairs to announce the Kingdom of God.
  • They return, rejoicing at the power of the name of Jesus.

Mass Readings – 14th Sunday of the Year


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15th Sunday of the Year: Caring for the garden of your heart. Catholic Inspiration

The Parable of the Sower teaches us the care, diligence and effort required for a seed to grow. The same is true for the garden of our hearts.

Mass Readings – 15th Sunday of the Year

Daily Mass: Producing a worthy harvest. Catholic Inspiration

Mass Readings – Saturday of the 24th Week of the Year

Autumn offers a good time to reflect on the harvest – the produce we have taken from the land.  The Gospel today also offers an opportunity to reflect: what kind of harvest are we cultivating in our hearts?


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15th Sunday of the Year: What’s growing in your heart? Catholic Inspiration

Mass Readings – 15th Sunday of the Year

What kind of crop is growing in your heart?  Do you like what you see?  Does something need to be cultivated or planted?  Every day we have a new opportunity to take the gift of our lives and raise a crop worthy of the Lord.


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