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Thursday, January 29th. Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to St Mark 4:21-25.


DAILY MASS

Fr. Dan Donovan celebrates Daily Mass from St. Basil’s Church in Toronto

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Monsignor “Father Frank” Francis T. McFarland prays the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary from

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Thursday of the Third week in Ordinary Time

29 January 2015

“Is a lamp brought in to be placed under a bushel basket or under a bed,

and not to be placed on a lampstand?

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Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Saint Mark 4:21-25. 

Jesus said to his disciples, “Is a lamp brought in to be placed under a bushel basket or under a bed, and not to be placed on a lampstand?
For there is nothing hidden except to be made visible; nothing is secret except to come to light.
Anyone who has ears to hear ought to hear.”
He also told them, “Take care what you hear. The measure with which you measure will be measured out to you, and still more will be given to you.
To the one who has, more will be given; from the one who has not, even what he has will be taken away.”

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Thursday of the Third week in Ordinary Time

29 January 2015

Commentary of the day :

Blessed Teresa of Calcutta

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 Blessed Teresa of Calcutta (1910-1997),

founder of the Missionary Sisters of Charity
Something Beautiful for God

“The measure with which you measure will be measured out to you”

       Since Christ is invisible we can’t show him our love. But our neighbors are always visible and we can do for them what we would love to do for Christ, supposing he were visible.

Today it is the same Christ who is present in those for whom we have no need, whom we do not employ and do not tend, who are hungry, who are naked, who have no home. They seem to be useless to both State and society; nobody has any time to pay attention to them. It is we christians, you and I, worthy of Christ’s love provided ours is a true love: it is our responsibility to find them, to help them. They are there so that we may find them.

       To work for the sake of working: this is the danger that constantly threatens us. It is here that respect and love and dedication intervene so that we can direct our work to God, to Christ. And this is why we always try to do it as beautifully as possible.

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Thursday of the Third week in Ordinary Time

29 January 2015

Saint of the day

St. Gildas the Wise, Abbot (6th century)

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SAINT GILDAS THE WISE (or Gildas of Rhuys)
Abbot
(c. 500-570 or 581)

        St. Gildas was a 6th-century British monk. He learned, from the instructions and examples of the most eminent servants of God, to copy in his own life whatever seemed most perfect.

        His renowned learning and literary style earned him the designation Gildas Sapiens (Gildas the Wise).

        He wrote eight canons of discipline, and a severe invective against the crimes of the Britons, called De Excidio Britanniae and he also wrote an invective against the British clergy, whom he accused of sloth of seldom sacrificing at the altar.

        He fell asleep in the Lord in 570 or in 581

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