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Sunday, Sep 15, 2019
TWENTY-FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
We’re all in the story

A foolish, reckless kid. His heartbroken parent. An indignant older sibling. We find ourselves at various points of this family triangle over the years. First we’re the brazen, half-hatched adult, trying everything at once just because we can. Later we may exchange roles more than once between the grieving elder—hoping against hope for a loved one causing all the trouble—and the aggrieved one, who thinks any show of compassion is outrageous and unearned. No matter who we are right now, the table is set, and the party is starting. Can we afford not to be there?

TODAY'S READINGS: Exodus 32:7-11, 13-14; 1 Timothy 1:12-17; Luke 15:1-32 (132). “This son of mine was dead, and has come to life again.”


 

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The Irish pastor said, “Everyone who wants to go to Heaven stand up!” and the whole church stood up.  And he said, “And those who want to go to hell, remain standing!” At the back of the church, old Murphy remained standing.   The pastor said, “Murphy, do you want to go to hell?”  Murphy said, “No, Father… I just hate to see you go there all by yourself!” 

Prayers are needed for this young boy and his family.

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