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Homilies about Ordinary Time 32

You searched for sermons preached on: Ordinary Time 32, Cycle B
 
God’s House: A Community that Cares  Click here Click title to view sermon 1 Corinthians 3: 9–17
Summary: The church can be understood in many ways, but our post-Vatican II era asks that we see the church as the People of God. We are not individuals, but must work together to build God’s kingdom in our world. We are called to transform attitudes and perform work that demonstrate that we are a true community that cares. We do so in imitation of Jesus, who provided the model for our church and our lives.
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The People–Watcher  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 12: 38–44
Summary: While watching people at the temple, Jesus notices the difference between those whose religious practices are a sign of a genuine spiritual life and those whose practices are empty gestures. His comments give us a guide for assessing our own spiritual life, regardless of the religious label we put on ourselves.
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Through Heaven’s Gate  Click here Click title to view sermon Hebrews 9: 24–28
Summary: Heaven is a mystery, but one we can count on as real.
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Welfare Reform  Click here Click title to view sermon Hebrews 9: 24–28
Summary: A system of purification once worked well for the Israelites who brought sacrifices of rams, goats, lambs and other livestock each year on the Day of Atonement. Something better was needed, however. Reform was required. This reform happened on Good Friday when the Lamb of God was sent to take away the sins of the world -- not for one year -- but for eternity.
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Be a Stone That Fits  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 12: 38–44
Summary: Jesus saw something extraordinary in the widow who inaudibly left her “mite” in the offering trumpet while others gave to great fanfare, and Jesus praised her action. How open are our eyes to the extraordinary things that happen each week in our church? Do we see? Do we praise?
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