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gn 12: 1-4a; ps 33: 4-5, 18-20, 22;  2 tm 1: 8b-10; mt 17: 1-9
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is 49: 14-15; ps 62: 2-3, 6-9; 1 cor 4: 1-5; mt 6: 24-34
february 26, 2017 — eighth sunday in ordinary time
is 49: 14-15; ps 62: 2-3, 6-9; 1 cor 4: 1-5; mt 6: 24-34
february 19 — seventh sunday in ordinary time
lv 19: 1-2, 17-18; ps 103: 1-4, 8, 10, 12-13; 1 cor 3: 16-23; mt 5: 38-48
february 19 — seventh sunday in ordinary time
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sir 15: 15-20; ps 119: 1-2, 4-5, 17-18, 33-34; 1 cor 2: 6-10; mt 5: 17-37
february 12, 2017 — sixth sunday in ordinary time
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is 58: 7-10; ps 112: 4-9; 1 cor 2: 1-5; mt 5: 13-16
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catholic stewardship consultants, inc.developing stewardship as a way of lifehomeblogaboutservicesfaqconferencescontactstewardshippro stewardship reflection on lectionary readings: march 12, 2017posted on february 23, 2017march 12, 2017 — second sunday of lentgn 12: 1-4a; ps 33: 4-5, 18-20, 22;  2 tm 1: 8b-10; mt 17: 1-9it may be difficult for us to grasp the fact that lent is already almost ¼ of the way along. most of us appreciate what lent is all about. a few years ago emeritus pope benedict xvi described lent in a pre-lenten audience. he said,“lent is like a long ‘retreat’ during which we can turn back into ourselves and listen to the voice of god, in order to defeat the temptations of the evil one. it is a period of spiritual ‘combat’ that we must experience alongside jesus, not with pride and presumption, but using the arms of faith: prayer, listening to the word of god, and penance. in this way we will be able to celebrate easter in truth, ready to renew the promises of our baptism.”the word of god speaks to us from a variety of perspectives in the readings for this second sunday of lent. five times in the first reading from genesis, chapter 12, god says “i will…” as he makes promises to abram. the previous chapter 11 from genesis is all about the plans of humankind, but chapter 12 is all about god’s plan. it is god’s plan we should seek during this lenten season. for us to seek and define what god wants us to do, how he wants us to serve, how he wishes us to be good stewards using our gifts should be the focus of what we are doing during lent. one facet of the story of abram relates to obedience. we, too, are called to obedience to the word of god.st. paul’s second letter to timothy, along with the first letter and the letter to titus, are unique from a couple of standpoints. of all paul’s letters these are the only ones addressed to individuals rather than to communities. in addition, many scholars have reached the conclusion that these were among, if not the final letters written by paul. paul’s advice to timothy is also good counsel for us during our lenten efforts.opening with the statement, “bear your share of hardship for the gospel with the strength that comes from god.” paul delivers a clear message. this is a common theme and message from st. paul — namely that whatever we do and whatever we perceive to do during lent, it will only be possible to accomplish if we ask for god’s help and god’s strength. this, of course, is accomplished through prayer and trust, two important elements of lent and of our faith in general. through paul we also learn what the real joy of easter concerns — that is, the lord “saved us and called us to a holy life,” and it was christ jesus “who destroyed death and brought life and immortality.” if we focus on that, we are well on the path to both holiness and a good lent.our gospel reading for today gives us matthew’s version of the transfiguration. this is one of the most momentous events in christ’s life, and just as it was almost impossible for peter to fully comprehend what he was witnessing, it is equally complicated for us to understand. during lent this gives us a small glimpse into what the glory will be, what the key to our faith should be. the transfiguration is exceptional in so many ways. jesus gave no warning that it was going to occur. it never happens again. there appears to be no reference to it in any old testament prophecy, and jesus instructed those who witnessed it not to repeat or report what they had seen.yet it is so connected to jesus’ mission and our salvation. it shows us the life to come. it reminds us that there is a splendor and a glory to that life that is beyond our understanding and certainly our imaginations. there is what might be called an eruption of divine light, the brilliance of the holiness promised to us that glows in a new way. this should provide us with motivation to dedicate ourselves anew to our own transformation that needs to occur during this lenten period. pope francis has put it quite simply, but at the heart of what he said is our understanding and goal to be sought by the transfiguration. the holy father said, quite simply, “listen to jesus and follow him. that is the message of the transfiguration.”filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: march 12, 2017posted on february 22, 2017march 12, 2017 — second sunday of lentgn 12: 1-4a; ps 33: 4-5, 18-20, 22;  2 tm 1: 8b-10; mt 17: 1-9our gospel reading on this second sunday of lent recounts the transfiguration as reported by matthew. all three of the synoptic gospels (matthew, mark, and luke) give an account of this. st. thomas aquinas called the transfiguration jesus’ “greatest miracle” in part because it is a miracle performed on jesus himself.jesus was transfigured in the presence of three of his apostles: peter, james, and john. to be “transfigured” implies that the lord was completely transformed, not just in how he appeared but absolutely, inwardly as well. jesus became so dazzlingly bright that it was difficult to look on him. it was like looking directly at the sun.during our time in lent, we are called to a type of transformation, as well. in our cases it is more inward than outer. god asks us to try to seek conversion of mind and heart. yet, only god can truly cause this type of conversion; however, we must be open to it for it to occur.stewardship is closely associated with conversion. people who give of themselves to build the kingdom of god are disciples of the lord. to be a disciple, we must follow jesus’ example and teachings. his way of life literally becomes our way of life. for that to happen we must be transformed. that transformation can present challenges, but it also offers extreme joy. stewardship challenges us to make conscientious decisions about our lives. stewardship calls each of us to account for what god has given us, not only for the sake of knowing how much we have and how god has blessed us, but also to know how much god is calling us to share what he has given us with others.filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship reflection on lectionary readings: march 5, 2017posted on february 16, 2017march 5, 2017 — first sunday of lentgn 2:7-9; 3:1-7; ps 51:3-4, 5-6, 12-13, 17;  rom 5:12-19; mt 4:1-11one of the great catholic philosophers in the past century was father thomas merton. in fact, he was one of four americans acknowledged by pope francis when the holy father spoke to the u.s. congress on his visit to the united states. pope francis said this about merton: “he was above all a man of prayer, a thinker who challenged the certitudes of his time and opened new horizons for souls and for the church. he was also a man of dialogue, a promoter of peace between peoples and religions.” one of merton’s favorite topics was temptation that is at the heart of our readings on this first sunday of lent. merton said, “the greatest temptations are not those that solicit our consent to obvious sin, but those that offer us great evils masking as the greatest goods.”there is no question that temptation is a challenge and has been since the beginning of time. our first reading from the book of genesis recounts adam and eve and their encounter with temptation. most of us are well aware of what happened in the garden of eden, how adam yielded to the temptation of eating from the tree of knowledge that god had forbidden. however, sometimes we miss the fact that there were two trees in the garden — a tree of life and a tree of knowledge. the tree of life was for the gaining of eternal life, but the tree of knowledge would allow the person who partook of it to understand good and evil. we may acknowledge that we know what sin is, that we are aware of what the difference between good and bad is, but that does not lessen the temptation for us to experience it.we suffer from the same weaknesses as adam and eve did. we want to know and we want to challenge god, and we may do it by doing things we know full well are abhorrent to the lord. genesis tells us that “then the eyes of both were opened.” many experiences may open our own eyes, but the important factor is how we respond to that, how we act as a result. stewardship is a positive way of living. do we live positively or do we live negatively?you cannot read or study the writings of st. paul without coming to the realization that he took the old testament quite literally. for him genesis was historically true. he felt that adam and eve were real and that what they did had a lasting effect on all of us. for the apostle paul the concepts of sin and temptation as presented in genesis were closely related to salvation.were you aware that the name “adam” means “humanity?” adam represents us all. in a sense both adam and jesus are kings in their own right. however, under adam, death reigned, but under jesus we can find life. st. paul writes about two men (“through one man sin entered the world.”) however, our hope and the only answer we have to inevitable sin is the second man, christ himself. “…how much more did the grace of god and the gracious gift of the one man jesus christ overflow for the many?”it is through the lord that we find and have hope during this lenten season. it is by embracing the graces and the righteousness he offers us that we can better resist sin, better refuse to give in to temptation. truly, “our strength is in the lord.”the gospel reading from st. matthew sets the stage for our entire lenten journey. jesus is led, not by the devil, but by the spirit, into the desert. he is there for 40 days and 40 nights, the same length of time as our period of lent. his temptations, however, come from the devil, just as ours do.we must recognize the temptations offered to him. the first might be termed an appeal to the flesh. jesus was hungry, and the tempter said to him, “if you are the son of god, command that these stones become loaves of bread.” jesus answers, “man shall not live by bread alone.” this is a temptation to use god’s gifts for selfish reasons. do we do that? is that part of our personal sin? that is certainly something we need to address during this lenten season.the second temptation has to do with pride. satan takes jesus to the “parapet of the temple.” note that research tells us that parapet was 200 feet tall. satan is saying trust in the angels, for surely they will save you, but again jesus resists. god does not have to prove his love for us. the final temptation has to do with the lust for our dreams and desires.again the lord defies satan. for us to do that means we need christ’s help. that is what lent is about — seeking that help and allowing it to happen.filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: march 5, 2017posted on february 15, 2017march 5, 2017 — first sunday of lentgn 2:7-9; 3:1-7; ps 51:3-4, 5-6, 12-13, 17;  rom 5:12-19; mt 4:1-11on this first sunday of lent, it seems appropriate that all the readings reflect in some way on the issue of temptation. we are familiar with perhaps the most common prayer, the our father, in which we ask god to “lead us not into temptation.”in the catechism of the catholic church, it is interesting to note that #2846 tells us “it is difficult to translate the greek verb used for ‘lead us’ into a single english word. the original greek word means both ‘do not allow us to enter into temptation’ and ‘do not let us yield to temptation.’ sins come from consenting to temptation.”for our lenten missions, the issue of “temptation” would seem to have numerous facets which should influence us. clearly we need to pray, and often, for god’s help as we try to avoid sin, and attempt to change our lives during this time. also, we must consider the importance of recognizing and confessing our sins in the sacrament of reconciliation. these should be part of our lenten plans; living lives of stewardship might help us continue these efforts beyond lent and throughout our lives.archbishop fulton sheen, the late and great catholic evangelist and television personality, devoted entire programs to temptation. on one, as he considered lent a time to seek truth as an endeavor to resist temptation, he said, “it is easy to find truth; it is hard to face it; and harder still to follow it.”filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship reflection on lectionary readings: february 26, 2017posted on february 9, 2017february 26, 2017 — eighth sunday in ordinary timeis 49: 14-15; ps 62: 2-3, 6-9; 1 cor 4: 1-5; mt 6: 24-34march 1 is ash wednesday and the official beginning of lent. today’s readings are most appropriate as we prepare for that penitential time. in the gospel reading from st. matthew the lord tells us, “you cannot serve god and mammon.” what exactly might he have meant by that?scholars continue to debate exactly what “mammon” is. one theory is that it is based on the hebrew word aman, which meant to trust. perhaps jesus was speaking of trusting in wealth rather than in god. however, it would seem safe to say that mammon represents materialism. there is no question that this is a challenge in today’s society, and the comment made by jesus becomes as much a subject of debate as the meaning of the word “mammon.” we will consider this further when we reflect on the entire gospel reading.the first reading from isaiah is quite short, but it poses another question. zion is the highest hill in jerusalem and the implication is that god’s people are speaking and proclaiming that the lord has forsaken and forgotten them. that is their question, but god answers quite clearly and directly, concluding by saying “i will never forget you.” if we tie that to the statement about mammon, the question in both instances would seem to be “whom do we trust?” we must know and accept the fact that god is with us and that god loves us. our trust needs to be in him, not in earthly matters or earthly riches. it is often said that at the heart of stewardship is trust.st. paul’s first letter to the corinthians from where our second readings have been drawn for the past few weeks continues. paul also speaks in relation to who and what do we serve, and what form does that service take? paul uses the word “servant” to describe himself and to tell the corinthians that this is how they need to act for the lord — as his servant or disciple. we may balk at the idea of being a “servant,” but in the original greek in which this letter was written, paul uses the word hyperetas. the more common greek word to describe a servant is doulos, and that word appears more often in the bible.paul uses the word hyperetas for a reason. that word does mean “servant” but it means someone who serves by choice, as someone who is free to make choices. in other words the “servant” paul is talking about is someone who chooses to serve. paul connects this kind of servant to a steward. the meaning of a steward is quite clear — someone who manages and cares for something that belongs to another. as stewards of christ and of the church we accept the fact that everything comes from god, that everything is ultimately the lord’s, and we are merely stewards of those gifts, not owners, and we are called to serve god and others.there are many ways to look at what christ is teaching us in the gospel from st. matthew. as he often does, jesus is talking about where our hearts are. many people maintain that they love god and that they serve god, but do their actions, the way they live, reflect that? one indication may be were our priorities are. how many people spend more money on lottery tickets than in their gifts to god and charity in thanksgiving? you do not have to be rich to serve “mammon” (materialism). many poor are just as greedy and desirous of wealth as the rich are.jesus also addresses that issue of trust in god. he indicates that desiring wealth and virtually worshipping it is a danger, but just as dangerous can be our anxiety about such things. the lord’s point is that if we truly trust in god, we will not get caught up in our fears of what may happen. “i tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink, what you will wear. is not life more than food and the body?” we may become cynical when we hear that, but we could not have those thoughts if we placed our total trust in god. jesus speaks of the birds that do not sow or reap. the lord is not saying they do not work, that they do not make an effort to meet their needs, but he is saying that they are not overcome with worry about these things. he points to two things we must work against — 1. placing our priorities on material things rather than god and serving god; 2. fretting constantly about these same things when we must believe god is with us and loves us.our lord and savior concludes in part by telling us “seek first the kingdom of god and his righteousness…do not worry about tomorrow; tomorrow will take care of itself.” we tend to worry about things over which we have little control, but god does.filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: february 26, 2017posted on february 9, 2017february 26, 2017 — eighth sunday in ordinary timeis 49: 14-15; ps 62: 2-3, 6-9; 1 cor 4: 1-5; mt 6: 24-34st. paul had both a deep understanding and appreciation for stewardship — what it meant to be a good steward. in his first letter to the corinthians, our second reading on this last sunday in ordinary time before lent begins, paul states eloquently, “thus should one regard us: as servants of christ and stewards of the mysteries of god.”as is the case with all holy scripture, paul is writing to more than the corinthians; he is writing to each of us as well. paul’s understanding of what a steward was is that he manages the household of god. managing included preserving and protecting. we are also to be servants (disciples) of christ, and paul goes on to say that a servant steward must be trustworthy. to paul that meant we are to be faithful in order to be good disciples.there are several difficulties for us in all of those terms and requirements: being stewards, being servants, and being faithful. they mean that we have to place ourselves second to others and second most of all to christ our savior. we tend to question this and tend to have strong feelings of independence. that is what we learn from our society. yet, to be a steward like paul requires us to be humble and accepting. that may be our greatest test.st. augustine wrote, “what does love look like? it has the hands to help others. it has eyes to see misery and want. it has the ears to hear the sighs and sorrows of others.” that, too, is stewardship.filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship reflection on lectionary readings: february 19, 2017posted on february 2, 2017february 19 — seventh sunday in ordinary timelv 19: 1-2, 17-18; ps 103: 1-4, 8, 10, 12-13; 1 cor 3: 16-23; mt 5: 38-48the overlying theme on this seventh sunday in ordinary time might be called a “call to holiness.” pope francis speaks often, at masses in homilies, at his weekly audiences, and at other public events. with those many opportunities he is able to address many issues for us as catholics. one is the universal call to holiness. at an audience two years ago he said the following, as he referred to lumen gentium, one of the documents that came out of vatican ii: “this has helped us to better understand that all christians, as baptized, are equal in dignity before god and are united by vocation, which is to holiness. now we ask: what does this universal call to holiness consist of? and how can we achieve it?”as to the call, it is interesting to note that in the first verse of the first reading from leviticus, moses is told by god, “be holy, for i, the lord, your god, am holy.” god’s instructions to moses are that he is to share this with the “whole community,” of which each of us is a part. all the readings are then tied together by christ’s closing statement in the gospel of matthew, which is “…be perfect, just as your heavenly father is perfect.”we are well aware as sinners that perfection is beyond our reach. however, the lord does offer us advice as to how we can achieve it in part and how we can be holy in the process. leviticus, the third book of the old testament, continues in today’s reading with themes that are oft stated by jesus in his ministry. this guidance is timeless: “you shall not bear hatred for your brother or sister in your heart…you shall love your neighbor as yourself.”st. paul in his first letter to the corinthians, our second reading, has the same message, with a slightly different approach. paul’s premise that the church and each of us are “temples” of god is actually based upon holiness. we cannot be holy without both the presence of god in our heart and our willingness to accept god’s wisdom above all others. the temple of god contains the spirit of god, and wherever that spirit is, that place is holy. to paul we are holy to begin with, but to maintain that holiness we must accept and embrace god at the center of our lives.this is in part a restatement of what we have been hearing for the past few weeks — that is, the wisdom of humankind cannot match, nor should it in our beliefs, the wisdom of the lord. to be holy like god we have to accept not just his call to holiness, but his beliefs as to what can make us holy.for the past few weeks our gospel readings have come from matthew, chapter 5. to put things in perspective there are 28 chapters in the gospel of matthew so chapter 5 is early. furthermore, it falls at the relative beginning of christ’s ministry. in this chapter we have already heard the richness of the sermon on the mount that contains the beatitudes. thus, today’s gospel reading that applies to our call to holiness is important as one of christ’s early as well as ongoing teachings.the lord repeats what we heard in the first reading from leviticus — namely that we have been called through baptism and that call is to holiness. to be sure the call to holiness is as much of a challenge as the call to stewardship and discipleship that is part of that call. in this particular gospel jesus says things and speaks to topics to which he will return throughout his ministry. the lord says, “when someone strikes you on the right cheek, turn the other one as well.” and “should anyone press you into service for one mile, go for two miles.” he more or less puts it all together with his statement, “give to the one who asks of you.” over and over we have had to face the reality that jesus’ expectations for us are not easy, and sometimes not comfortable. the kind of service and humility he calls us to is exactly what it may seem to be, a call to holiness.filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: february 19, 2017posted on february 1, 2017february 19 — seventh sunday in ordinary timelv 19: 1-2, 17-18; ps 103: 1-4, 8, 10, 12-13; 1 cor 3: 16-23; mt 5: 38-48the book of leviticus from which our first reading comes is the third book in the old testament. its name in part comes from the levites, who were the tribe to which aaron belonged. historically aaron is considered to be the one from whom priests are descended. however, the bible offers instructions to all of us, not just to priests. in today’s reading from leviticus, god says to moses that he should teach the people this: “be holy, for i, the lord, your god, am holy.”there is no way, of course, that we can be as holy as god is. god is divine, not human, and thus his holiness is above and way beyond our capabilities. what god is saying to us though is that we do need to strive for holiness. we often speak of our call to holiness and how we can try to achieve that. one way is to embrace stewardship and all it entails as a way of life.will that make us holy like the lord? no, but it does mean that we need to comprehend that it is god and god’s wisdom we must embrace and follow. holiness for us means we need to attempt to separate ourselves from those things and thoughts and ideas which can be viewed as not holy in the eyes of god. yes, it is impossible for us, but yet that is what we must try to do.filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship reflection on lectionary readings: february 12, 2017posted on january 26, 2017february 12, 2017 — sixth sunday in ordinary timesir 15: 15-20; ps 119: 1-2, 4-5, 17-18, 33-34; 1 cor 2: 6-10; mt 5: 17-37although we call the book of sirach from the old testament exactly that, for a long time in the church it was called ecclesiasticus, and then the wisdom of sirach. it is a collection of wisdom from a prophet named ben sirach who lived two centuries before christ. on this particular sixth sunday in ordinary time the holy scripture from sirach refers to the many choices we have. it first of all makes it very clear that we do indeed have to make choices between good and evil.however, it then qualifies those choices by advising us that we must trust to and follow the wisdom of god rather than the wisdom of humankind. they are not the same. the implication is also included that there are consequences when we make the wrong choice, many of which may be based upon our own interpretation of what is right and what is wrong, or our embracement of the wisdom of some other human. the point is that we need to heed god’s wisdom as reflected by centuries of church contemplation and statements, and following our own opinions and those of others may be unadvisable.st. paul, in the second reading from his first letter to the corinthians, confirms and supports the statements of sirach. paul, too, advises us that the wisdom of god should be our source for opinions and decisions (“… not a wisdom of this age…we speak of god’s wisdom, mysterious, hidden, which god predetermined before the ages for our glory.”) paul caps this recommendation by making it clear to us that sometimes god’s wisdom is beyond our ability to understand, as “what eye has not seen, and ear has not heard, and what has not entered the human heart, what god has prepared for those who love him, this god has revealed to us through the spirit.”it is the church that reveals to us the holy spirit quite often. that wisdom may seem “mysterious and hidden” to us, but that is part of our challenge as followers and disciples of our lord. too often in our society people think and believe that their personal wisdom is beyond the lord’s. that is not and cannot be the case. when paul tells us that it is only “through the spirit” that we can gain any appreciation for god and his wisdom, paul is reminding us that this kind of knowledge is unattainable through human wisdom or human investigation.for the past few weeks we have been hearing the word from the gospel of matthew, chapter 5. today’s gospel is a continuation of that. we began with the sermon on the mount; then jesus shared with us the importance of being “salt” and “light.” now the lord addresses the law, including the ten commandments. jesus’ point ties in with the first two readings in that having freedom of choice does not mean we can violate a commandment. in referring to the law jesus says, “i have not come to abolish but to fulfill.” that is basic theology. jesus makes it clear that his authority is higher than the law of moses, but he is not here to contradict it.jesus begins a series of comments and clarifications on the commandments. it would seem his intention is not to reinterpret the commandments, but to question the way some of us may try to alter them or interpret them based upon human wisdom rather than god’s wisdom. perhaps the key to all of this has to do with external performances as compared to internal feelings. that is a common theme with the lord — the fact that people like the scribes more or less felt that everything had to with what people showed externally, when the real importance had to do with matters of the heart. jesus does not want us to just act like disciples; he does not want us to practice stewardship, for example, just to look good. he wants us to embrace, believe, and internalize that.he wants us to be his disciples. he calls us to be his disciples. however, he wants us to be real disciples to the depth of our being, not just on the surface. that is not simple or comfortable. stewardship is not simple or effortless, but it is the way the lord has called us to live.filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: february 12, 2017posted on january 25, 2017february 12, 2017 — sixth sunday in ordinary timesir 15: 15-20; ps 119: 1-2, 4-5, 17-18, 33-34; 1 cor 2: 6-10; mt 5: 17-37all the readings on this sixth sunday in ordinary time seem to address from one perspective or another the idea of “free will” as it goes hand in hand with “god’s wisdom.” st. paul speaks to this ongoing philosophy and discussion of “free will” more than anyone else in holy scripture. however, as he points out in our second reading from his first letter to the corinthians, “we speak god’s wisdom, mysterious, hidden, which god predetermined before the ages for our glory.”in addition to st. paul, st. augustine and st. thomas aquinas wrote volumes about the issue of “free will.” the point of all of this is that on the one hand we are gifted with free will, but we must accept the reality that making the wrong moral decision has consequences. in our first reading from the book of sirach, we hear “before man are life and death, good and evil, whichever he chooses shall be given him.” that is immediately followed by “immense is the wisdom of the lord.”we do have choices throughout our lives. one of those choices is pursuing stewardship as a way of life. one can choose to be a steward or choose not to. nevertheless, if we look at it from the point of view of god’s wisdom rather than ours, it really is not a choice at all. it is something we should and must practice. in a homily this past june, pope francis said, “you cannot love god without loving your brothers and sisters; in fact, you cannot love god without being an active participant in the church.”filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship reflection on lectionary readings: february 5, 2017posted on january 19, 2017february 5, 2017 — fifth sunday in ordinary timeis 58: 7-10; ps 112: 4-9; 1 cor 2: 1-5; mt 5: 13-16last week on the fourth sunday of ordinary time we heard jesus’ formula and patterns for being a good disciple of his with his presentation of the beatitudes. today’s gospel is also drawn from matthew 5 and it, too, offers suggestions as to what we must do to be his follower, how we need to live out our christian commitment and vocation.the first reading from isaiah really could serve as an introduction to jesus’ sermon on the mount, which we heard last week. isaiah opens with this statement: “thus says the lord: ‘share your bread with the hungry, shelter the oppressed and the homeless; clothe the naked when you see them, and do not turn your back on your own. then your light shall break forth like the dawn’.” the reference to light at the end is particularly important as it connects directly with our gospel reading today.in the church we speak of sins of omission and sins of commission. sins of omission, of course, are failing to do what we should do. isaiah (and the lord for that matter) would say that failing to feed the hungry and failing to shelter the oppressed are sins of omission, something we should do but may not. sins of commission on the other hand describe things we did but should not have. we have often stated what stewardship means, which means doing something that reflects our values and our understanding of giftedness and gratitude. however, we must also take care not to do some things. we may tend to think more in terms of our sins of commission, things we have done which are not proper, but sins of omission can be equally immoral.we probably think of st. paul as a man of strength and convictions and total dedication to what he was doing. however, in today’s second reading from his first letter to the corinthians, he reveals weaknesses and failures on his part. he says, “i came to you in weakness and fear and much trembling, and my message and my proclamation were not with persuasive words of wisdom.” his point is that his strength and his confidence and his wisdom are all based upon jesus christ, on nothing he is and nothing he has done. that is at the base of what stewardship is, our acceptance that what we are and what we can accomplish are due completely to the lord.paul’s total faith was dependent upon the holy spirit. paul knew that and embraced that reality. many of us are what we call self-reliant. without recognizing our need for the power of the holy spirit we fail to be the disciple to which jesus has called us. those who are reliant upon the wisdom of humans rather than the wisdom of god are most likely doomed to failure. there is a popular saying in today’s culture that goes something like this, “as for me and my household we serve the lord.” that would fit with paul’s message in today’s reading. he implies that if we are drawn to the lord by the wisdom of others, we can also be drawn away from the lord by the wisdom of others. we need to seek and follow the wisdom of god.the gospel from st. matthew emphasizes how we need to be like salt and light. those are references directly from jesus. when jesus says, “you are the salt of the earth,” he is telling us that just as salt gives flavor to things, we, too, as disciples can do something similar. salt serves many purposes. the one we probably think of most often is that it flavors things, but it also preserves. salt has been used for centuries to preserve food, especially meat. salt is an antidote for decay. salt is essential for life in this world, just as faith in christ is essential in the next.finally, jesus reminds us that we are to be the light of the world reflecting his light. the purpose of light is to illuminate and expose things. if it is “hidden under a basket,” it has no use at all. we must seek ways to let our light shine brighter. jesus never tells us that we must “become” salt or light. he tells us that we are those things. are we fulfilling that responsibility? that is our challenge, and our call.filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: february 5, 2017posted on january 18, 2017february 5, 2017 — fifth sunday in ordinary timeis 58: 7-10; ps 112: 4-9; 1 cor 2: 1-5; mt 5: 13-16stewardship is putting our faith in action through the use of the gifts given to us by god. it is becoming a true disciple of jesus christ. the lord did not want us to be passive in our approach to living. he wants more from us than just being quietly holy.remember that stewardship is a call from god to recognize that all of our blessings and talents have been given to us for a purpose. as baptized catholics it is our obligation to share these gifts willingly in order to serve the church and our parish community. as we have pointed out many times, stewardship is much more than financial support. it is, as stated, putting our faith in action with the key word there as “action.” in that way we can become, also as stated, a true disciple of the lord.in today’s gospel reading from the book of matthew jesus calls us salt and then light. he tells us, for example, that we are the light of the world, reflecting his light. specifically he says to those who choose to be his disciple, “nor do they light a lamp and then put it under a bushel basket; it is set on a lamp stand.”st. teresa of calcutta once said, “to keep a lamp burning you have to keep putting oil in it.” if we see ourselves as lamps as jesus told us we should be, we need to keep the oil in it and that requires action on our part.filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship reflection on lectionary readings: january 29, 2017posted on january 12, 2017january 29, 2017 — fourth sunday in ordinary timezep 2:3 – 3: 12-13; ps 146: 6-10; 1 cor 1: 26-31; mt 5: 1-12a today’s gospel reading from matthew recounts what we know as christ’s sermon on the mount. this entire reflection could be devoted to that, of course, but as always, there are also messages that are important in the other readings. the sermon on the mount is the first of five teachings jesus gives us in the gospel of matthew. the lord gives this relatively early in his ministry, not long after he has been baptized. in the entire new testament this is the longest continuous section of jesus speaking, and it is perhaps the most widely quoted of part of the four canonical gospels. it contains, after all, the central rules of discipleship.in the catechism of the catholic church (# 1716) this idea is supported as that states, “the beatitudes are at the heart of jesus’ preaching. they take up the promises made to the chosen people since abraham. the beatitudes fulfill the promises by ordering them no longer merely to the possession of a territory, but to the kingdom of heaven.”probably every catholic theologian and cleric has addressed the beatitudes. on a sunday with this same reading in his homily pope francis said in 2014, “these are our new commandments. however, if we do not have a heart open to the holy spirit, they will seem silly. the thought of being poor, being meek, being merciful does not seem to lead to what we consider to be modern success. but if we do not have an open heart and if we have not experienced the consolation of the holy spirit, which is salvation, we cannot understand this. this is the law of the free, with the freedom of the holy spirit.”the first reading is drawn from the old testament book of zephaniah. it was written at about the same time as isaiah. we do not often hear readings from zephaniah as it only contains about 1,400 words (compare that to our other two readings sources, 1 corinthians with almost 7,000 words, and matthew with more than 18,000 words.). the first reading touches on traits on which we will be judged. it emphasizes the importance of humility, justice, and being lowly. just as pope francis indicated in his homily on the beatitudes, these are not traits many people in our world seek. yet, these are exactly the kinds of attributes that follow lives of stewardship. that is why it is not easy.in paul’s first letter to the corinthians (our second reading) the apostle paul also describes what it means to be a christian and a steward, paralleling the first reading and the gospel. he reminds the corinthians that they, too, need to be humble. it is possible that they, like many who felt they were “chosen,” had an inflated opinion of themselves, thinking that god favored them. in this reading paul gently reminds them that god does not work that way. we need to keep that in mind ourselves; it is very easy when we feel that we have completely captured the secret of living, which may be true; however, we must take caution not to be self-righteous. paul tells the corinthians that they are not chosen because they are great, but because god is great.paul knows this firsthand; he was an educated man, but he also understood that the lord selected fishermen and farmers first, and people like him second; the shepherds came first, then the wise men. paul uses three words to emphasize his meaning — righteousness, sanctification, and redemption. righteousness on our part is trying to live as jesus told us; sanctification implies how we live, how we recognize that it is only through christ that we are sanctified; and redemption reminds us of the sacrifice the lord made in our behalf so we could be free and god would forgive our sins.as indicated in the opening of this reflection, today’s gospel provides us with instructions from jesus as to what kind of people his disciples should be. there are more than enough key words on which to reflect and pray: poor, mourn, meek, hunger, mercy, peacemakers, clean, and persecuted to name a few. we could concentrate on each one, but it is worth pointing out that these are traits the lord calls us to, and what he may mean by them.for example, when jesus says that to be blessed we need to “hunger and thirst for righteousness,” he is reminding us what our focus in life should be. in our world people hunger for many things that may not be that important — things like power and success and wealth and possessions and comfort. the idea of being righteous in his eyes is more important than any of those. when he calls us to be peacemakers, he probably does not mean that we do not just live in peace, but that we need to bring peace to others.finally, he reminds us that the reward for living in these ways may well be persecution. why? quite simply because the world has a differing view of these character traits and values. the question we are called to answer through our lives is, “are these beatitudes reflective of our lives?” they need to be.filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: january 29, 2017posted on january 11, 2017january 29, 2017 — fourth sunday in ordinary timezep 2:3 – 3: 12-13; ps 146: 6-10; 1 cor 1: 26-31; mt 5: 1-12a the gospel reading for today is what is popularly called the sermon on the mount. many think it is the absolute epitome of jesus’ teachings. to be sure it tells us how we are to live our lives, the attitudes we are to have. we must remember that those who were waiting and hoping for the messiah expected a military leader, one who would lead them in battle against their oppressors.in his sermon on the mount jesus gives a more accurate perspective of who he is. he begins what we call the beatitudes (the word means “blessings”) with “blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” in a sense we are all “poor in spirit.” without the guidance and strength provided us by the lord there is no way we can escape this poverty of spirit, of spirituality, if you will.that is why we often say that living god-centered lives is at the very core of stewardship. being a disciple of christ translates into being a steward of our many gifts and blessings. some scholars believe that jesus may have given this sermon often during his ministry. those who followed jesus and became the earliest christians, the first members of the church, were fond of quoting and referring to what the lord said on this occasion. as stated jesus provides us with the secret of living a good life. if we rely on him and follow him, we will be blessed.filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionssign up today for the msgr. mcgread stewardship conference – april 26-27posted on january 10, 2017the next msgr. thomas mcgread stewardship conference will be held april 26-27, and registration is now open. there are a limited number of spaces available, so we are extending an invitation to followers of the catholic steward to attend this one-of-a-kind event.now in its 14th year, the mcgread conference has inspired and educated thousands of priests, religious, and lay catholics by sharing the remarkable stories of how developing the spirituality of stewardship has transformed parishes and impacted the lives of individual parishioners across the country.the late msgr. thomas mcgread, who passed away in april 2013, is often called the “father of stewardship.” he was instrumental in the drafting of the united states conference of catholic bishops’ pastoral letter, stewardship: a disciple’s response.at this conference, you will hear the remarkable story of how stewardship forever changed msgr. mcgread’s parish — st. francis of assisi in wichita, kan. — and how monsignor’s vision has impacted other parishes across the country. the conference also will feature presentations by successful pastors and lay leaders from around the country. our presenters will share stories of how stewardship has become a way of life in their parishes, and give you practical advice and ideas on how you can transform the life of your parish through stewardship.the mcgread stewardship conference is held at the diocese of wichita’s spiritual life center in wichita, kansas.click here to view the brochure and find out more about the mcgread conference. you may also register for the conference by clicking here and completing the secure online registration form.conference spots will fill up quickly, so register today! you may register online at the link above, or if you have any questions or would like more information, contact shari navarre at 888-822-1847, ext. 3702, or by e-mail at shari@catholicsteward.com.filed under: 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