Our Gospel presents us with four teachings of Jesus. The blind leading the blind: a parable of one line, very similar to the warnings that, in the Gospel of Matthew, are addressed to the Pharisees: "Woe to you, blind guides!" Here, in the context of the Gospel of Luke, this parable is addressed to the…Read more
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In today’s Gospel, we have the second part of the “Discourse of the Plain.” In the first part, Jesus addresses himself to the disciples. In the second part, today’s gospel, he addresses himself “ to you who listens to me,” that is, the great crowds of poor and sick people who had come from all…Read more
In our gospel, we see a journey, an exodus, a going out. The Magi, these mysterious characters, get moving, go far away from their land and go seeking the king, the Lord. The physical journey of the Magi hides a much more important and meaningful journey: the journey of faith. This is the movement of…Read more
An integral part of Luke’s Gospel message is the need for conversion: metanoia, that is, a change of mind to a way of thinking and acting that is divine. The text of this Sunday’s liturgy presents us with this theme. The passage is part of Luke’s presentation of John the Baptist’s preaching in preparation for…Read more
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