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Wednesday, July 19th, Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to St Matthew 11:25-27.


Wednesday of the Fifteenth week in Ordinary Time

19  July  21017

Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ

“No one knows the Son except the Father, and no one knows the Father

except the Son and anyone to whom the Son wishes to reveal him.”

Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Saint Matthew 11:25-27.

At that time Jesus exclaimed, “I give praise to you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, for although you have hidden these things from the wise and the learned you have revealed them to the childlike.
Yes, Father, such has been your gracious will.
All things have been handed over to me by my Father. No one knows the Son except the Father, and no one knows the Father except the Son and anyone to whom the Son wishes to reveal him.”

 

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Wednesday of the Fifteenth week in Ordinary Time

19  July  21017

Commentary of the day

John Tauler

(c.1300-1361),

Dominican
Sermon 29

“No one knows the Father except the Son and anyone to whom the Son wishes to reveal him”

It is impossible for us to find the right words for talking about the glorious Trinity and yet we have to say something about it… It is absolutely impossible for any mind to understand how the high and essential unity can be simple unity as to its essence but threefold in Persons; how the Persons are to be distinguished; how the Father begets the Son; how the Son proceeds from the Father while still remaining in him; and how, from the knowledge that comes forth from him, there springs a torrent of inexpressible love, which is the Holy Spirit; how these marvellous outpourings flow back into the ineffable satisfaction of the Trinity within itself, the rejoicing that the Trinity has in itself, and into an essential unity… Far better to feel all these things than have to explain them…

This is the Trinity we must take a look at within ourselves, noting how it is that we are truly made in its image (Gen 1,26), for in our soul, in its natural state, we find God’s own image, an image that is authentic and clearly defined even though it does not, however, have all the nobility of the object it represents. Scholars say that it resides in the superior faculties of the soul, in its memory, understanding and will… but other masters say – and this is a greatly superior opinion – that the image of the Trinity resides in the most intimate, most secret depths of the soul…Certain it is that, in this depth of the soul, the heavenly Father begets his only Son… Should anyone want to feel this, let him turn inwards, beyond every activity of his exterior and interior faculties, beyond every image and anything that has ever come to him from without, and let him dive down and flow into the depth of his own soul. Then the Father’s power will come and the Father will call to that man within himself through his only Son, and just as the Son is born of the Father and flows back into the Father so, too, such a man is born of the Father in the Son and flows back into the Father with the Son, becoming one with him. Then the Holy Spirit pours himself out in inexpressible, overflowing charity and joy. He bathes and penetrates the man’s depths with his loving gifts.

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Wednesday of the Fifteenth week in Ordinary Time

19  July  21017

Saints of the day

Servant of God Francis Garces and Companions,

Martyrs

(c. 1781)

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Servant of God Francis Garcés and Companions
Martyrs
(c. 1781)

        A contemporary of the American Revolution and of Blessed Junipero Serra, Francisco Garcés was born in 1738 in Spain, where he joined the Franciscans.

        After ordination in 1763, he was sent to Mexico. Five years later he was assigned to San Xavier del Bac near Tucson, one of several missions the Jesuits had founded in Arizona and New Mexico before being expelled in 1767 from all territories controlled by the Catholic king of Spain. In Arizona, Francisco worked among the Papago, Yuma, Pima and Apache Native Americans. His missionary travels took him to the Grand Canyon and to California.

        Friar Francisco Palou, a contemporary, writes that Father Garcés was greatly loved by the indigenous peoples, among whom he lived unharmed for a long time. They regularly gave him food and referred to him as “Viva Jesus,” which was the greeting he taught them to use.

For the sake of their indigenous converts, the Spanish missionaries wanted to organize settlements away from the Spanish soldiers and colonists. But the commandant in Mexico insisted that two new missions on the Colorado River, Misión San Pedro y San Pablo and Misión La Purísima Concepción, be mixed settlements.

        A revolt among the Yumas against the Spanish left Friars Juan Diaz and Matias Moreno dead at Misión San Pedro y San Pablo. Friars Francisco Garcés and Juan Barreneche were killed at Misión La Purísima Concepción (the site of Fort Yuma).

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