Tag Archives: Stewardship

33rd Sunday of the Year: What will you make of your life? Catholic Inspiration

Mass Readings – 33rd Sunday of the Year

The Gospel reading makes it clear that all of us will be judged according to what we have been given in this life.  Our invitation?  To take stock of the gifts and talents we have and make something special for the glory of God.

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Daily Mass: Faithful and Prudent. Catholic Inspiration

Mass Readings – Wednesday of the 29th Week of the Year

The Lord exhorts us to be faithful and prudent with the blessings we have received, for “much will be required for the person entrusted with much.”

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Daily Mass: Whom do you serve, God or mammon? Catholic Inspiration

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Mass Readings – Saturday of the 31st Week of the Year

The Lord teaches us in the Gospel of Luke to serve God, not things.  Our possessions in this life are simply tools that we use to help us love the Lord and one another.


Daily Mass: Be prepared and act accordingly. Catholic Inspiration

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Fr. Andrew’s Daily Mass Homily Podcast

Mass Readings – Wednesday of the 29th Week of the Year (Sts. John Brébeuf and Isaac Jogues)

The Gospel of Luke challenges us to live up to the faith we have received: “Much will be required to the person entrusted with much.”


Daily Mass: Our response to God’s gift. Catholic Inspiration

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Fr. Andrew’s Daily Mass Homily Podcast

Mass Readings – Saturday of the 21st Week of the Year

Three people were given gifts, but their responses were different – reminding us that while we all receive different blessings in this life, the Lord asks that we use them to the best of our ability.


Daily Mass: How do we use our possessions? Catholic Inspiration

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

Stuff.  It’s all around us, and how we use it says a lot about our faith and values.  May we call upon the Lord for the wisdom and guidance to use our possessions wisely and well.


18th Sunday of the Year: An antidote against greed. Catholic Inspiration

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Fr. Andrew’s Homily Podcast

Mass Readings – 18th Sunday of the Year

An antidote that guards against greed contains Gratitude, Contentment, Stewardship, Generosity, and Prayer.  May we take a daily dose and live our lives with the grace of our faith in Christ.