Tag Archives: Gospel of Luke

The Irony of “The Lord’s Day”

It’s ironic that we call Sunday “the Lord’s Day” considering what Joel says about the day of the Lord in today’s lectionary reading:   2:1    Blow the trumpet in Zion; sound the alarm on my holy mountain! Let all … Continue reading

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Feast of the Visitation

Today as I was browsing on the Feast of the Visitation, I came across the blog of Deacon Mike Talbot of nearby Abita Springs.  He has posted on the feast and includes a sermon from the Venerable Bede.  Here’s an … Continue reading

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In the breaking of the bread – “The faithful know what I’m talking about”

Well, I had a brief hiatus from posting over Easter.  I hope you had a blessed Holy Week.  In today’s gospel reading, we find a familiar passage.  Two disciples are walking with Jesus after his ressurection and recognize him only … Continue reading

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