Year B 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time


Dan 12:1-3; Heb 10:11-14, 18; Mk13:24-32

In today's gospel, Jesus speaks about the displacement of celestial bodies at the end of the world, followed by the appearance of the Son of Man in glory to establish the Reign of God. The coming of the Son of Man, "in clouds with great power and glory," echoes

Year B 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time


[1 Kings 17:10-16; Heb 9:24-28; Mk 12:38-44]

In the temple of Jerusalem there were thirteen collecting boxes. They were for the contributions for the sacrifices and daily expenses of the temple. Many people threw in quite considerable contributions. Then came a widow. She flung in two mites. It was the

Year B 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time


Deut 6:2-6; Heb 7:22-28; Mk 12:28-34.

The central message of today's readings is the most fundamental principle of all religions. It is to love God in loving others and to love others in loving God.
In history we find thousands of people who have manifested their love for God even by sacrificing their lives.

Year B 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time


Jer 31:7-9; Heb 5:1-6; Mk 10:46-52 
Today's Gospel describes Jesus' final journey to Jerusalem through Jericho, an ancient city, fifteen miles away from Jerusalem. Jericho was the first city conquered by the Israelites when they entered Palestine. It was a city of great wealth and remarkable

Year B 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time


Is 53:10-11; Heb 4:14-16; Mk 10:35-45

Todays Gospel places before us two beautiful themes. The trust and confidence of James and John, the sons of Zabedee, in the glory of Jesus and the teaching of Jesus to be practiced in his kingdom to attain glory.