The Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Why did Jesus eat with the Pharisees? To take occasion, as St. Cyril says, to instruct them that it is allowed to heal the sick on the Sabbath, and to show how those who give invitations to a supper, and those who are invited, should conduct themselves. The Pharisees' invitation to Jesus was not actuated by kindness, but by the desire to find something in His actions which they might criticize; Jesus; however, approaches them with meekness and endeavors to inspire them with a better intention. Beware of the spirit of criticisms and like Jesus make use of every occasion to do good, even to your enemies.

Who may be understood by the dropsical man?

We published sermon by Father John Jenkins and the propers of the Mass.

Sermon by Father John Jenkins (section: Sermons & Lectures)

The propers of the Mass

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