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  • Starstruck: The Marveling of Job as He Looked to the Night Sky
    Post by Msgr. Charles Pope , 9/28/2016

    “The first reading for today (Wednesday of the 27th Week) says, ... ”

  • A Biblical Meditation on the Difficulties of Old Age
    Post by Msgr. Charles Pope, 9/26/2016

    “Today I would like to discuss the Gospel from last Saturday morning’s daily Mass (25th Week of the Year). For indeed one of the more beautiful passages in the Old Testament is the 12th Chapter of Ecclesiastes. It is a melancholy but soulful meditation on old age. Its poetic imagery is masterful as it draws from the increasingly difficult effects of old age such as hearing loss, fading eyesight, difficulty walking, digestive issues, and even gray hair. ... ”

  • Job and Suffering
    Post by Msgr. Charles Pope , 9/26/2016

    “We are beginning to read from the Book of Job in daily Mass. One of its core issues is the problem of suffering and why God allows it. If God is omnipotent and omniscient then how can He tolerate evil, injustice, and suffering of the innocent? Where is God when a woman is raped, when genocide is committed, or when evil men hatch their plots? Why did God even conceive the evil ones and let them be born? ... ”

  • Ignoring the Poor Is a Damnable Sin ? A Homily for the 26th Sunday
    Post by Msgr. Charles Pope, 9/24/2016

    “In the Gospel for today about the rich man and Lazarus the Lord gives us some important teachings on judgment and Hell. We live in times in which many consider the teachings on Hell to be untenable. They struggle to understand how a God described as loving, merciful, and forgiving can assign certain souls to Hell forever. Despite the fact that the Doctrine of Hell is taught extensively in Scripture as well as by Jesus Himself, the doctrine does not comport well with many modern notions and so many think that it has to go. ... ”

  • Of Dolphins and Man: The Vast Difference between Animals and Humans
    Post by Msgr. Charles Pope, 9/14/2016

    “Those of you who read my posts regularly know that I have often expressed great fascination with and affection for the pets I have had over the years. I am in awe of the whole of the created order, which proclaims God’s glory. ... ”

  • The Wisdom and Power of the Cross
    Post by Msgr. Charles Pope, 9/13/2016

    “The readings for Wednesday’s Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross provide rich teachings. Let’s look at five themes, each in turn. ... ”

  • The Stages of Sin from St. Bernard of Clairvaux ? Fasten Your Seatbelts!
    Post by Msgr. Charles Pope, 9/12/2016

    “There are times when one reads something from one of the saints and is stunned by the tremendous insight, the piercing analysis, like a surgeon’s scalpel dividing diseased from healthy tissue. Such was my experience recently when reading a passage from St. Bernard of Clairvaux. ... ”

  • Where Does Our Sense of the Eternal Come From in a Finite World?
    Post by Msgr. Charles Pope, 9/7/2016

    “A common reading at the funeral Mass is this powerful one from the Book of Ecclesiastes: ... ”

  • Fraternal Correction,the Neglected Virtue
    Post by Msgr. Charles Pope, 9/5/2016

    “In the first reading from today’s Mass (Tuesday of the 23rd Week), St. Paul is practically livid that the Corinthians have not sought to correct and discipline an erring brother who is indulging in illicit sexual union. He orders them to act immediately, lest the brother be lost on the day of judgment. ... ”

  • Time Is on His Side
    Post by Rev. Jerry J. Pokorsky, 9/4/2016

    “Chesterton said, "Hope is not hope unless the situation is hopeless." He meant the theological virtue of hope may be easy during good times (and therefore illusory), but difficult during bad times when human reasons for hope in a happy future evaporate (in illness or social upheavals). So we perhaps unwittingly place our faith in the things of the world, rather than Christ. ... ”

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