Tag Archives: Love

24th Sunday of the Year: To love without limit. Catholic Inspiration

The parable of the Prodigal Son is well known, yet when we reflect on the depth of the father’s love we are challenged to live up to this incredible standard: to love without limit.

Mass Readings – 24th Sunday of the Year

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Daily Mass: Love, the Greatest Commandment. Catholic Inspiration

Jesus, the Master Teacher, offers brilliant clarity in teaching about the great commandment to love God and one another. The teaching is simple and direct; the challenge is living out this commandment each and every day.

Mass Readings – Friday of the 20th Week of the Year

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Daily Mass: An insight into God’s generous grace. Catholic Inspiration

The Lord’s parable about the landowner who hires workers throughout the day offers us an insight into how God continues to extend grace and mercy to us throughout our lives.

Mass Readings – Wednesday of the 20th Week of the Year

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Daily Mass: Embracing the gift of God’s love. Catholic Inspiration

Matthew’s Gospel offers a couple of key insights into God’s love for humanity. The Lord seeks us out when we are lost and astray with a compassion that knows no limit; our task is to humbly receive this gift with the openness of a little child.

Mass Readings – Tuesday of the 19th Week of the Year

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Daily Mass: Can you drink from the cup? Catholic Inspiration

As James and John were striving for places of honor while the other Apostles were indignant, Jesus uses the situation to teach that the call of his disciples comes from offering oneself for service…even to the point of suffering out of love for others.

Mass Readings – Feast of James, Apostle

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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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