Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 158 Mass readings from (USCCB) [Audio]
Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time—November 18, 2012 by Gayle Somers (Scripture Speaks)
Today, Jesus describes a cataclysmic future event in a very old way. Why?
16 November: Saint Margaret of Scotland or Saint Gertrude the Great, virgin – Optional Memorial
17 November: Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, religious – Memorial
18 November: Dedication of the basilicas of Saints Peter and Paul, Apostles – Optional Memorial
18 November: Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne, virgin – Optional Memorial
21 November: Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary – Memorial
22 November: Saint Cecilia – Memorial
To commit the sin of wrath or anger, a man doesn’t have to do anything, he merely has to lose something — his temper. He breaks, he snaps, he “gives in”, all of which merely points out the obvious, that he stops doing something. There is no boldness in wrath, any more than there is in rot, though they amount to the same thing, an acquiescence into Nothingness.
The Church Opposes Science: The Myth of Catholic Irrationality by Christopher Kaczor (CERC)
“The ‘Catch-22′ of the Contraceptive Mandate” – Richard Doerflinger at Franciscan
Scientism and God’s Existence: A Commentary by Fr. Barron
Fulton Sheen on ContraceptionShare on Facebook