Tag Archives: Love

15th Sunday of the Year: Love your neighbor. Catholic Inspiration

In this passage from the Gospel of Luke the Lord teaches his disciples that the term “neighbor” applies to all people, regardless of race, color, religion or political view.  Using the example of the Good Samaritan, Jesus reveals how we are called to respond with mercy toward all.

Mass Readings – 15th Sunday of the Year

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Daily Mass: The Lord is moved with pity for us. Catholic Inspiration

Matthew’s Gospel shows how the Lord was moved with pity as he gazed on the people who were troubled and abandoned.  The mercy of Christ consoles us to draw near to God with open hearts, even as it challenges us to look at one another (especially those who push our buttons!) with the love of the Lord.

Mass Readings – Tuesday of the 14th Week of the Year

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The Trinity unites us in love. Catholic Inspiration

The love between the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit becomes the model for Christian discipleship.  The indivisible unity of the Trinity – overflowing with love – guides and directs the Church to unite from within and without as we strive to grow closer together in love.

Mass Readings – The Most Holy Trinity

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Daily Mass: We hold a treasure in earthen vessels. Catholic Inspiration

St. Paul reminds us that we hold a treasure from God in our fragile, human hands.  As disciples of Jesus Christ we always recognize two issues: on one hand we are inheritors of God’s glory; on the other hand we are weak and prone to sin.  May we accept God’s grace and allow the Lord to touch our lives with his healing love.

Mass Readings – Friday of the 10th Week of the Year

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Daily Mass: Confronting hate with the love of Christ. Catholic Inspiration

The Lord offers a sobering lesson in John’s Gospel that when we follow the God’s command to love, the result at times will be hatred from the world.  Our response?  Love….but with both eyes open so that we can address this hatred with the grace of Jesus Christ.

Mass Readings – Saturday of the 5th Week of Easter

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Daily Mass: The gift of life and the dignity of love. Catholic Inspiration

The Gospel of John offers a beautiful insight into the dignity of love that God grants to humanity.  Jesus calls us friends, elevating us to a glorious relationship with God, and empowers us to offer the gift of our lives with this precious grace.

Mass Readings – Friday of the 5th Week of Easter

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Daily Mass: Commanded to love, filled with joy. Catholic Inspiration

This short passage from John’s Gospel reveals the interaction between the command to love and the gift of joy.  While love often challenges us to stretch our hearts as we care for others, the joy we receive flows straight from the heart of heaven.

Mass Readings – Thursday of the 5th Week of Easter

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