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Homilies on Ordinary 24

You searched for sermons preached on: Ordinary Time 24, Cycle B
 
More Than a Necklace  Click here Click title to view sermon John 3: 13–17
Summary: The cross of Christ has been fashioned from many materials, expensive and otherwise. These symbols can as easily distract us from the message of the Cross of Calvary as point us toward it. There is much more to the message of the cross than making it look pretty. The Cross of Christ was the direct result of the love message Christ insisted upon preaching. He wanted us to know to what length he would go. He also wanted us to know that the message of his life, death and resurrection together does indeed offer salvation to anyone who believes.
B Ordinary Time 24 Palette
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Signs  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 8: 27–38
Mark 8: 27–35 for LFM
Summary: These verses are the climax of Mark’s gospel. What has come before in the gospel finds completion in Peter’s claim that Jesus is the Messiah. Jesus’ rebuke of Peter and his foreshadowing of the Cross show the direction that this completion will take in the immediate future — and in the coming centuries. Here Jesus responds to earlier requests for a sign with the sign of the Cross.
B Proper 19 Proper 19 Ordinary Time 24 Pentecost 16 Palette
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The Little Matter of You  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 8: 27–38
Summary: As it was in the time of Mark’s gospel, so it is now: People have many different opinions about who Jesus was, what he stood for, and what his life means today. As followers of Jesus, even today, we are the “you” in “But who do you say that I am?” We see, and proclaim, a different “Jesus” from the one seen by other religions, by popular culture and by the “spiritual, not religious.”
B Proper 19 Proper 19 Ordinary Time 24 Pentecost 15 Palette
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What Jesus Didn’t Ask  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 8: 27–35
Summary: When Jesus asked, “But who do you say that I am?” Peter gave the right answer, but in the wrong context. Peter, like many today, believed that Jesus was the Messiah but did not understand Jesus’ messianic purpose.
B Proper 19 Proper 19 Ordinary Time 24 Pentecost 15 Palette
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A Gallup Poll for Disciples  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 8: 27–38
Mark 8: 27–35 for LFM
Summary: Everybody has opinions. Disciples are known by their commitments.
B Proper 19 Proper 19 Ordinary Time 24 Palette
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