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Homilies on Ordinary Time 17

You searched for sermons preached on: Ordinary Time 17, Cycle C
 
Over and Over and Over Again  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 11: 1–13
Summary: When the Lord teaches the disciples to pray, he offers one small prayer with five different petitions. The power is not only in the words the disciples are taught to pray but also from how they pray. Jesus teaches the disciples to pray not once or twice, but to keep on praying. Those who follow Christ should embody the same practice, offering our prayers over and over again.
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Seven Simple Rules  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 11: 1–13
Summary: When his disciples requested that Jesus teach them to pray like John the Baptist had taught his disciples, Jesus gave them the prayer we call “The Lord’s Prayer.” He taught this prayer as an example of “how to pray” and within it we find the simple rules to guide us in our daily conversations with God.
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The Healing of the Waters  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 11: 1–13
Summary: After giving his disciples “the Lord’s Prayer” as a model for praying, Jesus highlighted the petition about forgiving others. That is the key to healing our inner springs of anger, resentment, bitterness and other crippling emotions.
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Words on a Penny  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 11: 1–13
Summary: The words of the Lord’s Prayer have been written, memorized and even inscribed on a penny. But they deserve to be inscribed on our hearts because it is from there that true prayer arises.
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Untangling the Lord’s Prayer  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 11: 1–13
Summary: Jesus gave his disciples guidance in how to pray, so that they would take God seriously and be part of his movement. But in order to understand Christ’s teaching, we have to untangle it from certain traditions.
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