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Homilies on Ordinary Time 25

You searched for sermons preached on: Ordinary Time 25, Cycle C
 
Crisis? Justice!  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 16: 1–13
Summary: Jesus tells a parable about a man who, during a time of economic crisis, made decisions to benefit others as well as himself. What do you think you would do?
C Proper 20 Proper 20 Ordinary Time 25 Pentecost 18 Palette
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Projected Winner  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 16: 1–13
Summary: Life isn’t over until it’s over. We know that in our modern process of predicting the outcome of elections and projecting a winner, there is a margin of error. In life, that margin of error in predicting our eternity is the cross of Calvary. The dishonest servant used his small window of opportunity to work toward securing his future.
C Proper 20 Proper 20 Ordinary Time 25 Pentecost 16 Palette
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Prudence, and the Children of the Light  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 16: 1–13
Summary: Everything from the earth itself to the bodies in which we live is on loan to us from God. We are not the owners of such things, but the managers. As such we are responsible both as individuals and as a society to care for whatever we have been given. We are children of the light, but sometimes we need to apply that light with more prudence.
C Proper 20 Proper 20 Ordinary Time 25 Pentecost 17 Palette
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Why We Should Pray for Everyone  Click here Click title to view sermon 1 Timothy 2: 1–7
Summary: We ought to pray for everyone because God loves everyone and wants everyone to come to salvation; and we ought to pray especially for persons in power because of their influence on all the rest of us.
C Proper 20 Proper 20 Ordinary Time 25 Pentecost 17 Palette
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Wired for More Than Games  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 16: 1–13
Summary: Jesus praised the dishonest manager, not for his dishonesty, but for the focus and energy he applied. God calls us to put as much energy into our relationship with him. He has already given us the right gifts, but it’s up to us to decide how to use them. The world will be a better place when we use our gifts as God wants us to.
C Proper 20 Proper 20 Ordinary Time 25 Pentecost 16 Palette
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Serving God in a World of Wealth  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 16: 1–13
Summary: This difficult story is unsparing in its insight as to what we, who aspire to be children of the light, are up against as we live in an age ruled by wealth and its keepers.
C Proper 20 Proper 20 Ordinary Time 25 Pentecost 18 Palette
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