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John 11:45-56. Resume Prayer. Some thoughts on today's scripture. Active. Default. As he approaches the end of his earthly life, Jesus retreats to the hill country of Ephraim, overlooking the Judean Desert, where his mission began three years earlier. Passage through the wilderness was an integral part of his mission, as it was for Moses and. John 11:45-56 Many of the Jews who had come to visit Mary and seen what he had done began to believe in him. But some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done Reflection for Saturday, April 13, Fifth Week of Lent; John 11:45-56. Gospel: John 11:45-56. Many of the Jews who had come to Mary and seen what Jesus had done began to believe in him. But some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done. So the chief priests and the Pharisees convened the Sanhedrin and said, What are we. John 11:45-56. Many of the Jews who had come to Mary and seen what Jesus had done began to believe in him. But some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done. For Further Reflection: As the time for Jesus's Passion and Death approach, it may be helpful to reflect on these lines from St. Augustine: Late have I. Gospel: John 11: 45 - 56. Reflection. In the beginning of the gospel, two types of people were shown, those who believed and the others who did not. Those who did not believe Jesus went to the Pharisees. In our lives we encounter many confusing ideas. Even if God has already shown to us the answer we refused to believe sometimes

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John 11:45-56 The Plan (Click here for readings) Two thousand years ago, a group of highly intelligent men got together and planned a murder. It would require the coordinated efforts of various rival factions from within the nation, and the assistance of enemy forces occupying it Reflection for Saturday April 4, Fifth Week of Lent: John 11:45-56 Gospel: John 11:45-56 Many of the Jews who had come to Mary and seen what Jesus had done began to believe in him John 11:45-56 What Are You Going To Do With Him? John 10:31-42 Loving Words, Great Actions; John 8:51-59 Relevant Pope; John 8:31-42 Serious Matters; Mt 1:16-24a St. Joseph - the Humble; John 8:12-20 Light Vs. Darkness; John 11:1-45 Defender and Lover! John 7:40-53 Getting To Know Jesus; John 7:1-30 Unpredictable; John 5:31-47 Pope Francis.

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John 11:45-56: Praying Lent. Lenten Daily Prayer . Weekly Guide for Daily Prayer. Student Daily Reflections. As we prepare for Holy Week, the need to unite is made clear in the first reading: Never again shall they be two nations, and never again shall they be divided into two kingdoms. In contrast, in the Gospel, the chief priests and. The Results of the Miracle John 11:45-57 We've been in John Chapter 11 for about 5 weeks now and we've needed every bit of it. It Has been so good for us to camp out on it for a while. I have plans to finish it today but we'll see what the Spirit allow John 11:45-56 reflection. John 11:45-56: The Reason Jesus Died. Saturday 5th Week of Lent Sanctus Mario Mar 27, 2021. In John 11: 45-56, after raising Lazarus from the dead, many of the Jews, who came to console the family of Mary and Martha, trending Posts Bring the Problem to Jesus.. John 11:45-57 The Word of God . Many of the Jews therefore, who had come with Mary and had seen what Jesus did, believed in him. But some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what he had done. So the chief priests and the Pharisees called a meeting of the council, and said, 'What are we to do? This man is performing many signs

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  1. John 11:45-56 John 11:45-56 lesson John 11:45-56 meaning John 11:45-56 reflection John 11:45-56 understanding Saturday fifth Week of Lent homily Saturday fifth Week of Lent reflection Saturday fifth Week of Lent Year B. 9 678. Share. Sanctus Mario. Fr Sanctus is a Catholic Priest of the Catholic Diocese of Orlu in Imo State Nigeria. He is an.
  2. John 11:45-54. 45 Therefore many of the Jews who had come to visit Mary, and had seen what Jesus did, put their faith in him. 46 But some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done. 47 Then the chief priests and the Pharisees called a meeting of the Sanhedrin
  3. A marginal commentary on John 11:45-56. So far I have chosen not to focus on biblical passages in this blog, but reading today's bible passage I found the references too strong to avoid. My comments in red. Many of the Jews therefore, who had come with Mary and had seen what Jesus did, believed in him
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  5. The plot thickens- 5th Week of Lent, Saturday- John 11: 45- 56. Interestingly, more than forty five percent of the Gospel of John will deal with Jesus' passion, death and resurrection. Chapter thirteen through twenty one is dedicated only to this theme. In Chapter twelve, Jesus will enter triumphant into Jerusalem; Holy Week will begin
  6. John 11:41-42 NLT So they rolled the stone aside. Then Jesus looked up to heaven and said, Father, thank you for hearing me. 42 You always hear me, but I said it out loud for the sake of all these people standing here, so that they will believe you sent me.. Jesus called the dead man by name

Saturday: Ezekiel 37: 21-28; John 11: 45-56. On the eve of Holy Week, we find Jesus and his disciples hiding out in the small town of Ephraim. The chief priest and the other religious leaders have decided that it is better for Jesus to be killed than for the people to believe in him John 11:45-56 - World English Bible. 45 Many of the Jews, who came to Mary and saw what Jesus did, believed in him. 46 But some of them went away to the Pharisees, and told them the things which Jesus had done. 47 The chief priests therefore and the Pharisees gathered a council, and said, What are we doing GOSPEL COMMENTARY FROM THE NAVARRE BIBLE, GOSPEL OF ST. JOHN (WITH PERMISSION). The Sanhedrin decides on the death of Jesus. 45-48 Once again, as Simeon had predicted, Jesus is a sign of contradiction (cf. Lk 2:34; Jn 7:12, 31, 40; 9:16; etc.): presented with the miracle of the raising of Lazarus some people believe in Jesus (v. 45), and some denounce him to his enemies (cf. vv. 46-47. Pastor Scott L. Harris. Grace Bible Church, NY. January 21, 2018. Conspiracy to Murder. John 11:45-57. Introduction. Turn again to John 11. This morning we will examine in detail the responses to Jesus' miracle of raising Lazarus from the dead which we have studied the last two weeks

5th Saturday of Lent - Gospel John 11:45-56that one man should die instead of the people,so that the whole nation may not perish.Many of the Jews who had c.. John 11:45-56 New International Version (NIV) The Plot to Kill Jesus. 45 Therefore many of the Jews who had come to visit Mary, and had seen what Jesus did, believed in him. 46 But some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done. 47 Then the chief priests and the Pharisees called a meeting of the Sanhedrin Pass it on. Punuin natin ang social media ng Good News. And let's make the Word of God viral! God bless!Follow us on our other social media accounts: Twitter..

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Weekday I (2015) Here the homilies are being sorted through the liturgical year. It is my hope, eventually, to have one homily for every daily mass throughout the two year cycle, along with one homily for every Sunday throughout the three year cycle, and also one homily for every feast and solemnity that comes with its own readings Weekday II (2014) Here the homilies are being sorted through the liturgical year. It is my hope, eventually, to have one homily for every daily mass throughout the two year cycle, along with one homily for every Sunday throughout the three year cycle, and also one homily for every feast and solemnity that comes with its own readings Christopher Johns developed a model of structured reflection (MSR) based on reflective cues, developing Carper's (1978) knowledge pattern (Johns, 1995). Using Carper's four types of knowing (empirical, personal, ethical and aesthetic) Johns adds a fifth one, reflexivity, to create his own model. The model was originally designed for the. Note John 11:25 and John 10:17-18 (printed below) Jesus said to her, I am the resurrection, and the life (John 11:25a) The Father loves me because I lay down my life—I lay it down in order that I may take it again. (18) No one takes it away from me, I lay it down of my own accord. I have authority to lay it down, and I have authority to take.

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Gospel: John 11:45-57. The Gospel of John 11:45-56. Many of the Jews who had come to Mary and seen what Jesus had done began to believe in him. But some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done. So the chief priests and the Pharisees convened the Sanhedrin and said, What are we going to do? This man is performing many. Saturday of the Fifth Week of Lent Ezekiel 37:21-28 + John 11:45-56 March 27, 2021 So from that day on they planned to kill him. This morning's Gospel Reading bears a sense of anxious anticipation. Its final verse leaves us on the edge of our pew: They looked for Jesus and said to one anothe Lent Daily Reflections: March 27, Ezekiel 37/21-28, John 11/45-56 As we come closer to the Holy Week, we hear in the readings two effects Jesus's ministry made among the people. They started to become divided - people who believe in Jesus as Messiah and people gather against Jesus, Scribes and Pharisees Posts Tagged 'John 11:45-56' < >< Today's Video Reflection >< > A Christian has a union with Jesus Christ more noble, more intimate and more perfect than the members of a human body have with their head. — St. John Eudes < >< Online Sources for Devotion Scripture References & Daily Mass Readings >< > The plot thickens- 5th Week of Lent, Saturday- John 11: 45- 57 Interestingly, more than forty five percent of the Gospel of John will deal with Jesus' passion, death and resurrection. Chapter thirteen through twenty one is dedicated only to this theme. In Chapter twelve, Jesus will enter triumphant into Jerusalem; Holy Week will begin

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John 8:12-20 Jesus is The Light of The World. John 8:21-30 Jesus Predicts His Death. John 8:31-38 The Truth Will Set You Free. John 8:39-47 You Are of Your Father The Devil. John 8:48-59 Jesus' Claims To His Identity. John 9:1-12 Contentment in Any Circumstance. John 9:13-23 Trouble with the Jewish Leaders. John 9:24-34 The Testimony of the. Reflection by Leslie Lynch. Today's Gospel: John 11:45-56 . Today's Gospel takes place immediately following Jesus's raising Lazarus from the dead, and just prior to what we know as Holy Week. What a stir He caused! Everything in this passage is upside down. Lazarus, dead for four days, is alive JOHN 11:1-45. PARALLELS & CONTRASTS. The story of Lazarus precipitates the plot to kill Jesus (vv. 45-53). There are a number of parallels and contrasts between this story and that of Jesus' death and resurrection: • Verse 2 mentions the anointing of Jesus by Mary, which Jesus will describe as an anointing for his burial (12:1-8) Saturday, April 4, 2020. John 11:45-56. Friends, in today's Gospel the chief priests and Pharisees unite in a plot to kill Jesus because he raised Lazarus from the dead. The Crucifixion of Jesus is a classic instance of René Girard's scapegoating theory. He held that a society, large or small, that finds itself in conflict comes together. John 11:45-57 The Plot to Kill Jesus Lent 2013 Introduction Lazarus, come out! That's what Jesus yelled. Lazarus come out! If Jesus had not named Lazarus when He shouted, He would have emptied the entire cemetery. The dead man came out, his hands and feet wrapped with strips of linen, and a cloth around his face

Aneel Aranha - April 04, 2020 (Saturday) - 2+2=? - A Reflection on John 11:45-56. April 04, 2020 (Saturday) - 2+2=? - A Reflection on John 11:45-56. Many of the Jews therefore, who had come with Mary and had seen what Jesus did, believed in him. But some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what he had done Reflection: John 12:1-11. Monday of Holy Week - John 12:1-11. Today, Mary of Bethany ministers to Jesus. The Gospel begins as Jesus arrives in Bethany. He has come to visit with Lazarus, Martha and Mary. They had been good friends for years. They gathered around the table to catch up with Jesus

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Commentary on John 11:1-45. It is significant that the story of Lazarus, unique to the Gospel of John, is the Gospel reading for the last Sunday in Lent, the Sunday immediately preceding Palm/Passion Sunday. For the Synoptic Gospels, the cleansing of the temple is the impetus for the plot to kill Jesus (Mark 11:18; Luke 19:47-48) April 4, 2020 Friday of the Fifth Week of Lent JOHN 11:45-56 Activity for today: Read Today's Readings Fr. Brian's Gospel Reflection Prayer & Spiritual Challenge of the Day Holy Week On-Line Mass Schedule UPDATE - Blessed Palms Information Daily Reflection on John 11:45-56 What is the price paid of sticking with Jesus Categories Bible Readings, Prayers, Reflections Tags 5th week of Lent Saturday Gospel Reading, Bible, Bible reading, catholic, Catholic Church, Christianity, faith, Gospel Reading, Humility, Jerusalem, John 11:45-56, Obedience, Romans, St John the Apostle and Evangelist Leave a commen LENT: WEEK 5, THURSDAY: John 8:51-59. (.) A summit meeting at Camp David was held by President Jimmy Carter, a devout Christian. (.) Menachim Begin of Israel, a devout Jew, and Anwar Sadat of Egypt, a devout Muslim were present for the meeting. (.) Abraham is the father in faith for Jews, Christians and Muslims

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Today's Gospel Reflection. For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. - John 3:16. From this verse, I can appreciate God's love for us and His will for the salvation of us. When I first believed in Jesus, the pastors and elders asked us to. Welcome to our 2020 Lent Retreat in collaboration with Sacred Space. We invite you to join us in carving out some time and space over the next several weeks to pray throughout Lent. Our retreat guide this Lent comes from Peter Edmonds SJ and we will follow key moments of Jesus' life and ministry. This year as part of the Year of the Word, we. Dates. Saturday (July 3) Saint Thomas, Apostle. Eph 2:19-22; Ps 116 · John 20:24-29. Sunday (July 4) Fourteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time. Ezekiel 2:2-5; 2 Corinthians 12:7-10 · Mark 6:1-6. Monday (July 5) Monday of week 14 of Ordinary Time

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Lenten Scripture Reflections. Below is a collection of scripture reflections for the season of Lent. Matthew 6:7-15 Reflection - On Earth as it is in Heaven 06/10/2021. Matthew 6:1-6, 16-18 Reflection - God is Man's Beautifier 06/09/2021. Matthew 5:20-26 Reflection - Resolve Turmoil Quickly 06/03/2021. Mark 12:28-34 Reflection - Not. Season of Lent1) Opening prayerLord our God,You are a loyal God,ever faithful to Your promises. Strengthen our faith,that with Jesus we may always keep trusting in Youin spite of prejudices, ridicule or contradiction.Give us the firm convictionthat You are irrevocably committed to usin Jesus Ch.. About. Faith and Mission. Campus Ministry. Lent. Come Back to Me: Student Lenten Reflections from St. John's University. Every Wednesday during Lent, a brief reflection will be offered by a diverse group of students from around campus. These reflections provide a window into their wisdom, personal witness, faith perspectives, and life experiences John 11:45-56. 45 Many of the Jews therefore, who had come with Mary and had seen what he did, believed in him; 46 but some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done. 47 So the chief priests and the Pharisees gathered the council, and said, What are we to do John tells us in 10:40 that Jesus was across the Jordan in Perea where John had been baptizing. Bethany, where Mary and Martha lived, was approximately 20 miles away. When Jesus receives the news he says, This illness does not lead to death; rather it is for God's glory, so that the Son of God may be glorified through it (11:4)

John 11:43-57 Bible Study Questions. Did Jesus resurrect Lazarus with the command, Lazarus, come forth (John 11:43)? Is it possible that Lazarus hadn't really died but had just passed out, regained consciousness after the tomb door was closed, and simply had been waiting for the door to be reopened #Sarili | John 10:11-18 | April 25, 202 The prophecy that changes the dead into the living is not just words; it is the ultimate prophecy of a self-sacrificing death for love. Paradoxically, death changes death into life. For example, Jesus was the Prophet (see Acts 3:22ff ), Whose ultimate prophetic statement was His death on the cross. Caiaphas, as the high priest, prophesied about. John 12:1-8 in Its Own Terms. While this passage helps us appreciate the structure and emphases of John's Gospel, excessive focus on those dimensions can actually threaten, at least on this Sunday, to take our attention from Jesus, Mary, and the intensity of this particular episode. Likewise, an opportunity would be wasted if a sermon focused. Read the Gospel here: https://www.universalis.com/Australia/20210518/mass.ht

Reflection April 13. John 11: 45-56. Wonder what would have happened if someone stood up in that meeting of the Sanhedrin Court and said: Gentlemen, what we are discussing here is murder. However, we may explain it, we are plotting the death of an innocent man; and that is murder. So why don't we call it what it is Reflection March 24. John 11:45-56. We are all aware that it's wrong to deceive other people; but I wonder if we have considered that it's equally wrong to deceive ourselves. A sizeable share of human energy is spent on the sad art of self-..deception, manipulating our thoughts in order to justify the things we have done or plan to do.. John 11:45-56. Many of the Jews who had come to Mary and seen what Jesus had done began to believe in him. But some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done. For Further Reflection: The Practice of the Presence of God, by Brother Lawrence Daily Gospel Reflection for April 4, 2020. Apr 4, 2020 10:24:19 AM | by Merridith Frediani. Today's Gospel: John 11:45-56 It's easy to condemn the Pharisees. We know how everything turns out. It's easy to look with a critical eye at their closed mindedness and fear. What if Jesus walked in our neighborhoods today

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Posts about John 11:45-56 written by bible sharing online. All the pictures and reflections shown on this blog (apart from where indicated as my own ), are the property of their respective owners John 11:45-56. View Readings. Similar Reflections. the gathering storm clouds From that day onward there was a plan afoot to kill Him. —John 11:53. The Book of Signs, which is the first half of John's Gospel, is coming to a conclusion. Jesus has just performed His seventh and final sign, the raising of Lazarus from the dead Reflection on John 11:45 (Br Jude David) I would like to share with you a theme that touched me at Holy Week this year and that continues to colour my reflection for Easter. In John 11:45-56, we have the account of the meeting of the chief priests and Pharisees who plot the death of Jesus. The High Priest Caiaphas prophetically announces.

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Reflection. With Palm Sunday we start our Holy Week, the most important week for us. Today's celebration has two dimensions. Gospel: John 11: 45-56. Reflection. In the first reading, we see God's mind of gathering all people into one nation. People have gone away from true God by their idolatry. But the compassionate God does not want to. The day's Gospel was from John 11:45-56, in which the high priest Caiaphas prophesizes that Jesus will die for the nation. At the conclusion of the passage, which begins the events of Jesus' sacrifice, the Lord goes away to Ephraim with the disciples, where they spend time in reflection, anticipation and prayer

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Book of the Prophet Ezekiel 37:21-28, Psalm (Jeremiah) 31:10-13, & John 11:45-56 Today's readings remind us that as Christians, we are... 13 views Post not marked as like Gospel of 4th April 2020 - John 11:45-56. Reflection on the Painting In our Gospel reading today we hear about Caiaphas, the High Priest, who organised a plot to kill Jesus. He presided over the Sanhedrin trial of Jesus, which followed his arrest in Jerusalem and happened prior to Jesus appearing before Pontius Pilate. Our painting shows. John 11:45-57, What Will Your Answer Be? Brent Kercheville. February 23, 2014. Jesus is the resurrection and the life. Jesus proves his power over death and the giver of life in this moment when he comes to the tomb and calls Lazarus out of the tomb. Lazarus had been in the tomb for four days 4 April 2020 - Saturday of the 5th week of Lent - Ezekiel 37:21-28, John 11:45-56 We are getting ready to enter Holy Week. Holy Week is a time we Catholics look forward to each year

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John 11:45-56. Jesus was to die to gather together the scattered children of God. Many of the Jews who had come to visit Mary and had seen what Jesus did believed in him, but some of them went to tell the Pharisees what Jesus had done. Then the chief priests and Pharisees called a meeting St Turibius de Mongrovejo. Ezekiel 37:21-28. The Lord will guard us, like a shepherd guarding his flock - Jeremiah 31:10-13. John 11:45-56. Gospel JN 11:45-56 Many of the Jews who had come to Mary and seen what Jesus had done began to believe in him. But some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done Look to Jesus reflection - 27 March 2021. By Shane Dwyer, 27 March 2021. 'Christ before Caiapha' by Willem van Herp (circa 1613/1614-1677). Image: Wikimedia Commons. Saturday of the Fifth Week of Lent. Readings: Ezekiel 37:21-28; John 11:45-56. 27 March. Many of the Jews believed in him. But some of them went to the Pharisees and. March 27, 2021 NT reflection / OT reflection / Year B Leave a comment Saturday in the Fifth Week of Lent: Ezekiel 37:21-28, John 11:45-56. Today, the momentum gathering for Holy Week is palpable, both at home and in the daily readings 1st Reading. Ezekiel 37:21-28. Responsorial Psalm. Jeremiah 31:10, 11-12ABCD, 13. Verse Before the Gospel. Ezekiel 18:31. Gospel. John 11:45-56. Daily Mass Readings for March 27 2021, Saturday of the Fifth Week of Lent

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The Missionaries of Mercy are meeting in Rome for a few days of prayer and reflection . How to Remain in Him John 15:1-8: Holy Spirit John 14: 21-26: Danger of Slavery John 11:45-56: Actions Speak Louder than Words John 10:31-42: The Need for Some Soul Searching John 1: 35-42. It can be very difficult for us to seek only God's glory and. Published in Daily Reflection - Text More in this category: « April 04, 2020 (Saturday) - 2+2=? - A Reflection on John 11:45-56 April 06, 2020 (Monday) - Selfless Devotion - A Reflection on John 12:1-11

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† LENT WEEK V SATURDAY † GOSPEL ACCLAMATION Glory and praise to you, O Christ! Shake off all your sins - it is the Lord who speaks - and make yourselves a new heart and a new spirit. Glory and praise to you, O Christ! † JOHN 11:45-56 † A READING FRO Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Complete) /. John /. John 11. John 10. John 12. Chapter 11 In this chapter we have the history of that illustrious miracle which Christ wrought a little before his death—the raising of Lazarus to life, which is recorded only by this evangelist; for the other three confine themselves to what Christ. Inclusive Text- Readings- Ezekiel 37: 21-28 / Psalm: Jeremiah 31: 10-12ABCD, 13 / John 11: 45-56. Think back to a time when you coordinated a project, knew something was wrong but could have gone right, messed up by others, but decided to take the blame and fall on the sword

Wisdom 1:13-15, 2:23-24; Psalm 29; 2Corinthians 8:7, 9, 13-15; Mark 5:21-43. In our first reading today from the Book of Wisdom we are told that God takes no pleasure in death. The author tells us that God created us to live but that it was the devil's jealousy which brought death into the world. In our gospel reading from St Mark we see. In verse 52 John says that Jesus died to gather into one the children of God who are scattered abroad.. In other words, God has a people chosen for himself all over this world ( Ephesians 1:4-5 ). Jesus said to Paul in a vision when he came to Corinth, I have many in this city who are my people ( Acts 18:10 ) John 11:45-56. In today's Gospel, Jesus had just performed yet another miracle in raising Lazarus from the dead, garnering more believers with each miracle. When this news reached the Pharisees and the chief priests, a meeting of the Sanhedrin was called. Instead of being open to what God was revealing through his son, these leaders felt. First Reading: Ezekiel 37: 21-28 Responsorial Psalm: Jeremiah 31: 10, 11-12abcd, 13 Verse Before the Gospel: Ezekiel 18: 31 Gospel: John 11: 45-56

1 Isang tao nga na may-sakit, si Lazaro na taga Betania, na nayon ni Maria at ni Marta na kaniyang kapatid. 2 At ito'y yaong si Maria na nagpahid sa Panginoon ng unguento, at kinuskos ang kaniyang mga paa ng kaniyang mga buhok, na ang kaniyang kapatid na si Lazaro ay may-sakit. 3 Nagpasugo nga sa kaniya ang mga kapatid na babae, na nagsasabi, Panginoon, narito, siya na iyong iniibig ay may-sakit Ezekiel 37:21-28 • Jeremiah 31:10-13 John 11:45-56. Mass Readings of the Day. ADD A COMMENT. Comments . freeter Respond to comment . March 27, 2021 at 07:11 PM. Amen. Gayle LaPointe Respond to comment . Receive a free reflection for Sundays every week via email 2017 Homilies and Gospels. You can listen to any of the listed homilies and gospels by clicking on the date. HOMILIES. January 1, 2017. The Phrase for today's homily is BLESSED AND BLESSING. January 8, 2017. The Phrase for today's homily is THE STORY WITHIN THE STORY. January 15, 2017. The Phrase for today's homily is MY LIMITS, MY VOCATION JOHN 11: 45-56 SUNDAY: 9:30 a.m. St. Rita Parish Family Please Pray for the Sick in Our Parish Family Bob Beccard, Mary Beekman, Jan Blair, Richard Butler, Robert Butler, Clark Fisher, Louise Gale, Pat Kemper, Stewardship Reflection I will be their God and they shall be my people..

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