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Updated August 2020
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It’s hard to be an intelligent Christian without somehow handling Origen’s ideas. He set the ground rules for scientific study of the Bible. He wrote foundational works in spirituality, apologetics, and fundamental theology. In this episode, we look at those big accomplishments, but also examine the ideas that got him into trouble. Do souls exist b…
 
Readings: 1 Kings 19:9, 11–13 Psalm 85:9–14 Romans 9:1–5 Matthew 14:22–33 How do we find God in the storms and struggles of our lives, in the trials we encounter in trying to do His will? God commands Elijah in today’s First Reading to stand on the mountain and await His passing by. And in the Gospel, Jesus makes the disciples set out across the wa…
 
Lecturas: 1 Reyes 19,9.11–13 Salmo 85, 9–14 Romanos 9,1–5 Mateo 14, 22–33 ¿Cómo encontramos a Dios en medio de las tormentas y luchas de nuestra vida, en las pruebas que enfrentamos cuando tratamos de hacer su voluntad? Dios le manda a Elías en la primera lectura permanecer de pie en el monte para esperar su paso por ahí. Y en el Evangelio, Jesús h…
 
Readings: Isaiah 55:1–3 Psalm 145:8–9, 15–18 Romans 8:35, 37–39 Matthew 14:13–21 In Jesus and the Church, Isaiah’s promises in today’s First Reading are fulfilled. All who are thirsty come to the living waters of Baptism (see John 4:14). The hungry delight in rich fare—given bread to eat and wine to drink at the Eucharistic table. This is the point…
 
Lecturas: Isaías 55,1-3 Salmo 145, 8-9.15-18 Romanos 8, 35.37-39 Mateo 14,13-21 Las promesas que hace Isaías en la primera lectura de este domingo se han cumplido en Jesús y en la Iglesia. Todos los que están sedientos vienen a las aguas vivas del bautismo (cf. Jn 4,14). Los hambrientos se deleitan abundantemente en el pan para comer y el vino para…
 
Lecturas: 1 Reyes 3,5. 7–12 Salmo 119,57.72.76–77.127–130 Romanos 8,28–30 Mateo 13, 44–52 ¿Cuánto vale para ti tu nueva vida en Cristo? ¿Amas sus palabras más que el oro y la plata, como cantamos en el salmo de esta semana? ¿Venderías todo lo que tienes para poseer el reino que Él promete, como los personajes del Evangelio de este domingo? ¿Si Dios…
 
Readings 1 Kings 3:5, 7–12 Psalm 119:57, 72, 76–77, 127–130 Romans 8:28–30 Matthew 13:44–52 What is your new life in Christ worth to you? Do you love His words more than gold and silver, as we sing in today’s Psalm? Would you, like the characters in the Gospel today, sell all that you have in order to possess the kingdom He promises to us? If God w…
 
Origen of Alexandria was one of the most important figures in Christian antiquity—most brilliant and most productive—yet also one of the most complicated. He was widely influential and widely despised. He was praised for his accomplishments and blamed for disasters. He wrote thousands of books and invented several academic disciplines, including sc…
 
Readings: Isaiah 55:10–11 Psalm 65:10–14 Romans 8:18–23 Matthew 13:1–23 Today’s readings, like last week’s, ask us to meditate on Israel’s response to God’s Word—and our own. Why do some hear the word of the kingdom, yet fail to accept it as a call to conversion and faith in Jesus? That question underlies today’s Gospel, especially. Again we see, a…
 
Lecturas: Isaías 55, 10–11 Salmo 65, 10–14 Romanos 8, 18–23 Mateo 13, 1–23 Las lecturas de hoy, como las de la semana anterior, nos invitan a meditar en la respuesta de Israel a la Palabra de Dios y también en nuestra propia respuesta. ¿Porqué algunos de los que escuchan la palabra del reino, aún no la aceptan como llamada a la conversión y a la fe…
 
Readings: Zechariah 9:9-10 Psalm 145:1-2, 8-11, 13-14 Romans 8:9, 11-13 Matthew 11:25-30 Jesus is portrayed in today’s Gospel as a new and greater Moses. Moses, the meekest man on earth (see Numbers 12:3), was God’s friend (see Exodus 34:12,17). Only he knew God “face to face” (see Deuteronomy 34:10). And Moses gave Israel the yoke of the Law, thro…
 
Lecturas: Zacarías 9, 9–10 Salmo 145, 1–2.8–11.13–14 Romanos 8, 9.11–13 Mateo 11, 25–30 En el Evangelio de esta semana, se nos da una semblanza de Jesús como un nuevo y más grande Moisés. Moisés, el hombre más humilde que había sobre la tierra (cf. Nm 12,3), era amigo de Dios (cf. Éx 34,12.17). Sólo él trataba con Dios “cara a cara” (cf. Dt 34,10).…
 
He was a believer for little more than a decade, but in that time he managed to set one of the pre-eminent examples of Christian leadership. Before his conversion, Cyprian had lived the Carthaginian dream. He was wealthy and successful, but miserable and maybe addicted to drink and other pleasures. With his baptism came a transformation. Within a y…
 
Readings: 2 Kgs 4:8–11, 14–16 Ps 89:2–3, 16–19 Rom 6:3–4, 8–11 Mt 10:37–42 The Liturgy this week continues to instruct us in the elements of discipleship. We’re told that even the most humble among us have a share in the mission Christ gives to His Church. We’re not all called to the ministry of the Apostles, or to be prophets like Elisha in today’…
 
Readings: Jeremiah 20:10–13 Psalm 69:8–10, 14, 17, 33–35 Romans 5:12–15 Matthew 10:26–33 Our commitment to Christ will be put to the test. We will hear whispered warnings and denunciations, as Jeremiah does in today’s First Reading. Even so-called friends will try to trap us and trip us up. For His sake we will bear insults and be made outcasts—eve…
 
He started as a papal critic, became history's first antipope, and today is honored — with the pope he rejected — as a saint whose feast day is universal. Go figure. Hippolytus of Rome is one of the great curiosities of early Christian history. In ancient times he was known for his encyclopedic books of theology, which became standard reference wor…
 
Readings: Deuteronomy 8:2–3, 14–16 Psalm 147:12–15, 19–20 1 Corinthians 10:16–17 John 6:51–58 The Eucharist is given to us as a challenge and a promise. That’s how Jesus presents it in today’s Gospel. He doesn’t make it easy for those who hear Him. They are repulsed and offended at His words. Even when they begin to quarrel, He insists on describin…
 
Lecturas: Deuteronomio 8,2–3. 14–16 Salmo 147,12–15.19–20 1 Corintios 10,16–17 Juan 6,51–58 La Eucaristía nos es dada como desafío y promesa. Así nos la presenta Jesús en el Evangelio de hoy. Él no le facilita las cosas a quienes lo escuchan. Sus palabras provocan repugnancia en ellos y se sienten ofendidos con sus palabras. Incluso cuando empiezan…
 
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