Daily Archives: October 16, 2020

Weekly Reflection 10/18/2020

DIFFERENCES IN THE GOSPELS 30TH Sunday in Ordinary Time  Oct. 17-18, 2020   Written between AD 45-100, the Gospels are the most important written tradition handed down by the Church. When viewed side-by-side (synoptically), the first three gospels are so similar and convey the same overall saving message; and in […]

From the Deacon’s Desk 10/18/2020

Dear Friends: Our reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew 22:15-21 is short, but it really packs a punch. The Pharisees, Sadducees, Scribes and other Jewish leadership are trying their best to catch Jesus in a lie or breaking the law; although, Jesus is too smart to be caught […]