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Friday, November 27th. Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to St Luke 21:29-33.


Friday of the Thirty-fourth week in Ordinary Time

27 November 2015

Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ

“Heaven and earth will pass away,

but my words will not pass away.”

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Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Saint Luke 21:29-33.

Jesus told his disciples a parable. “Consider the fig tree and all the other trees.
When their buds burst open, you see for yourselves and know that summer is now near;
in the same way, when you see these things happening, know that the kingdom of God is near.
Amen, I say to you, this generation will not pass away until all these things have taken place.
Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will not pass away.

©Evangelizo.org 2001-2015

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DAILY MASS – Friday 27 November 2015

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Friday of the Thirty-fourth week in Ordinary Time

27 November 2015

Commentary of the day

Origen

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Origen (c.185-253), priest and theologian
1st sermon on Psalm 38[39] (SC 411, p. 355)

“Summer is now near”

“Let me know, O Lord, my end and what is the number of my days, that I may learn what it is I lack” (Ps 38[39],5). If you let me know my end, the psalmist says, and if you let me know the number of my days then by that alone I shall know what it is I am lacking. Or, possibly, he may be indicating the following by these words: every occupation has an end; for example, the end of a building business is to build a house; the end of a naval yard is to build a ship capable of surmounting the waves of the sea and resisting the winds’ assaults; and the end of every occupation is something similar for which the occupation itself seems to have been conceived. In the same way there may also be a certain end to our life and to the world as a whole for which all that happens in our life takes place or for which the world itself was created or subsists. Concerning this end the apostle Paul is also thinking when he says: “Then comes the end when he hands over the Kingdom to God his Father” (1Cor 15,24). Now to this end we must most certainly hasten since it is itself the reward of the work, it is what we were created for by God.

    Just as our bodily organism, which in the beginning is small and reduced at its birth, nevertheless grows and reaches towards its full height as it increases in age; and as our soul, too, … is first of all given a stammering speech that then becomes more clear so as to come finally to a means of expressing itself perfectly and correctly, so too, certainly, all our life begins now as if stammering among people on earth, but it is brought to completion and attains its full capacity in the heavens with God.

For this reason, therefore, the prophet wants to know the end for which he was made so that by looking towards the end, examining his days and considering his perfection he may see what it is he still lacks regarding the end to which he is moving… It is just as if those who went out from Egypt had said: “Let me know, O Lord, my end”, a good and holy land, “and the number of my days” to where I am travelling, “so that I may know what I still lack”, how much there remains for me to do before I reach that holy land promised to me.

©Evangelizo.org 2001-2015

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Friday of the Thirty-fourth week in Ordinary Time

27 November 2015

Saints of the day

St. Maximus, Bishop († 460)

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SAINT MAXIMUS
Bishop
(† 460)

        St. Maximus, abbot of Lerins, in succession to St. Honoratus, was remarkable not only for the spirit of recollection, fervor, and piety familiar to him from very childhood, but still more for the gentleness and kindliness with which he governed the monastery which at that time contained many religious, and was famous for the learning and piety of its brethren.

        Exhibiting in his own person an example of the most sterling virtues, his exhortations could not fail to prove all-persuasive: loving all his religious, whom it was his delight to consider as one family, he established amongst them that sweet concord, union, and holy emulation for well-doing which render the exercise of authority needless, and makes submission a pleasure.

        The clergy and people of Frejus, moved by such a shining example, elected Maximus for their bishop, but he took to flight; subsequently be was compelled, however, to accept the see of Riez, where he practised virtue in all gentleness, and died in 460, regretted as the best of fathers.

Lives of the Saints, by Alban Butler, Benziger Bros. ed. [1894]
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Friday of the Thirty-fourth week in Ordinary Time

27 November 2015

Saints of the day

St. Virgil, Bishop († 784)

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Saint Virgil
Bishop
(c. 8th century – 784)

        St. Virgil, bishop of Salzburg in Austria and apostle of Carinthia, was placed among the number of saints by Pope Gregory IX.

The Roman Martyrology
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