Monthly Archives: March 2011
Here is a modern bluegrassy sounding version of Psalm 95 for you if you want to spend some time meditating on the responsorial for today: R. (8) If today you hear his voice, harden not your hearts. Come, let us … Continue reading
We have a tendency sometimes to think about laws, especially God’s law as found in the first five books of the Bible as burdensome. Yet in today’s first reading and gospel reading, we see this is neither the way the … Continue reading
Today’s gospel reading is the parable of the unforgiving servant. I thought this was an interesting take (or maybe I’ve just spent too much time on YouTube):
Well, I was in with the RCIA group again this Sunday as some of them are preparing for baptism and others for coming into full communion with the Church. Our topic was creed or creeds. The only thing I know … Continue reading
For today’s responsorial Psalm, the refrain is “Here I am, Lord; I come to do your will.” So, I was looking for a version of the traditional song “Here I am, Lord.” I found this version performed by a 7yo … Continue reading
I’m posting a video of a homily by a Franciscan friar on today’s responsorial reading. You might also find their YouTube channel helpful.
Yesterday I posted a resource, and today I’m posting another, but it deals with the lectionary readings. On the US Council of Catholic Bishops website, there are video reflections on the daily lectionary readings. You can find them HERE. I … Continue reading