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catholic stewardship consultants, inc.developing stewardship as a way of lifehomeblogaboutservicesfaqconferencescontactstewardshippro stewardship reflection on lectionary readings: december 25, 2016posted on december 8, 2016december 25, 2016 — the nativity of the lord (christmas): mass during the dayis 52: 7-10; ps 98: 1-6; heb 1: 1-6; jn 1: 1-18“for today in the city of david a savior has been born for you who is the messiah and lord, and this will be a sign for you: you will find an infant wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger, and suddenly there was a multitude of the heavenly host with the angel, praising god and saying: ‘glory to god in the highest’.”we are all very familiar with the report of jesus’ birth. we know about the multitude singing, and we are aware of how the shepherds came from the fields to see and worship the child. on this glorious day we are the heavenly host singing and we in a sense are the shepherds who kneel in admiration of this child. this child is like none other. we know that every child changes the world in his or her own way. but the birth of jesus, the son of god and the son of mary does more than change the world. he changes our lives completely. he comes to save us. he comes to embrace us. and he invites each of us to embrace him.most of us are aware that the first four books of the new testament — matthew, mark, luke, and john — are called the gospels. we also know in general that these gospels tell the story of jesus christ — his birth, ministry, teachings, miracles, death, and resurrection. what you may not know nonetheless is that the first three gospels, which we call the synoptic gospels, are very different from the gospel of john, from which our gospel for today comes.the gospel of john is unique in many ways. for example, almost 90% of the material it contains about jesus’ life is not found in the other three gospels. also, you might say that the synoptic gospels tend to be more historical while the gospel of john is more theological. today’s gospel reading, which is the opening statement of john’s gospel, is an example of this difference. note how john describes jesus’ birth: “in the beginning was the word, and the word was with god, and the word was god. he was in the beginning with god. all things came to be through him. and without him nothing came to be. what came to be through him was life; and this life was the light of the human race: the light shines in the darkness.”on this magnificent christmas day we receive the life and we receive his light. it is no wonder that all of our readings reflect that life and that light and the joy that results. just listen to the words and phrases we find in the first reading from isaiah. these are perfect descriptions of what we should feel on this day: “beautiful; glad tidings; peace; good news; salvation; shout for joy; break out in song.” what a summary of this day!the second reading from the letter to the hebrews complements and affirms the feelings expressed in isaiah. the writer makes it clear that jesus is god and that today marks the beginning of salvation for us. this passage from hebrews parallels our gospel today in that it is the opening words of the letter to the hebrews. the first word is “god” as that is where it all begins. god speaks to us in the birth of jesus, and the author of the letter uses a word to describe jesus that may be foreign to us: the author speaks of the “refulgence of his glory.” refulgence means brightness or radiance. the original greek word from which this is translated is apaugasma. that means brightness beyond our understanding. it is as if we cannot see or look upon the lord — only through the light of jesus his son.the gospel, as explained previously, speaks of the christ child in a way that is not found in the other gospels. jesus is the word incarnate. if we review what we know about jesus, we might say he was from nazareth or he was born in bethlehem or he is descended from abraham through david. however, john wants us to understand that jesus has come to us directly from god as he is one with god. he is the word. toward the end of his gospel john states of his gospel: “but these are written that you may believe that jesus is the christ, the son of god, and that believing you may have life in his name.” today is day of life and light. it is truly a day on which we must proclaim “glory to god in the highest.”filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: december 25, 2016posted on december 7, 2016december 25, 2016 — the nativity of the lord (christmas): mass during the dayis 52: 7-10; ps 98: 1-6; heb 1: 1-6; jn 1: 1-18it is christmas! our gospel reading on this festive holy day is the opening words of the gospel of john. st. john says, “the true light, which enlightens everyone, was coming into the world. he was in the world, and the world came to be through him.” that is why we celebrate today. pope francis opened his sermon on christmas day last year by saying this: “christmas is joy, religious joy, an inner joy of light and peace.”at mass on christmas eve we hear, “i proclaim to you good news of great joy; today a savior is born for us, christ the lord.” it is this joy we need to feel, this joy we need to carry to others. many have expressed the joy of today. pope emeritus benedict xvi said this about christmas: “joy is the true gift of christmas. we can communicate this joy simply: with a smile, a kind gesture, a little help, forgiveness. and the joy we give will certainly come back to us… let us pray that this presence of the liberating joy of god shines forth in our lives.”the angel gabriel greeted our blessed mother mary with the greek word kaire! that means “be joyful.” god is near us today; he is so near that he became a child. let us take that joy and share it with others; let us take that joy and change our lives and the lives of others. when we say “merry christmas” let us mean it with every fabric of our being.filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship reflection on lectionary readings: december 18, 2016posted on december 1, 2016december 18, 2016 — fourth sunday of adventis 7: 10-14; ps 24: 1-6; rom 1: 1-7; mt 1: 18-24it was only a few short weeks ago that we began our advent journeys, and now we find ourselves at the 4th sunday of advent with christmas a short week away. in these final days we need to increase our awareness of all that is going on in our lives. there is inevitably a longing and a desire associated with christmas, and the purpose of advent is more than waiting anxiously; we should be preparing to find an intimacy with god.christmas should not just be a symbolic feast of god’s presence or just a ritual commemorating the birth of the lord. it is the feast of god taking on a real body in the person of jesus. in this body jesus offered himself to his father. christmas should be a feast of our consecration to god, and we live out that consecration at this time through the birth of christ. now is the time to love one another as he has loved us. christmas is not an empty feast; it demands a commitment on our part as believers and people of faith.our first reading is from the prophet isaiah. within that reading we hear, “therefore, the lord himself will give you this sign: the virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall name him emmanuel.” how often have we heard that famous prophecy? the older we are the more often most likely. this is such a clear statement of prophecy about the birth of jesus the messiah. we know that within a week that prophecy will have a fulfillment, but we also need to be aware that it has a distant fulfillment for us as well.jesus is indeed emmanuel. that means “god with us.” that name has so much significance for us always, but especially at this time. with his birth, the lord is indeed with us. he is with us in our lives today, and by becoming man he was with us here on earth. it is not just a title; it is a fact. he is both near to us and near to god his father.on this fourth sunday of advent the second reading comes from the beginning of st. paul’s letter to the romans, the very beginning. in a sense it is an introduction of himself to the romans. scholars have concluded that paul penned this letter from corinth while he was en route to rome; he wanted the romans to know who he was before he arrived. paul had been warned that he was in danger and he wanted to make sure he got a communication to the romans.in that sense the letter to the romans is unique among paul’s many letters. most of his letters focused on the church and its challenges and problems. however, this letter is concentrated on god and on his great plan of redemption. that, of course, is why it is significant at this time. without christ there would be no redemption; there would be no christmas; and there would be no easter either. st. clement of rome quoted paul’s letter so often that some believe he had memorized it. almost every time there was a meeting or a celebration of the roman church, this letter was read.paul identifies himself first as a servant of christ, and then as an apostle of christ. it is that for which we strive also. at all times, especially at this holy time of christmas, we need to acknowledge that christ has called us to serve, just as he served. then he calls us to discipleship, just as paul says he was called to be an apostle. that is what stewardship is all about — service and discipleship.finally, our gospel passage from matthew gives us the exact report of jesus’ birth. in providing the specific description of the birth of christ this gospel calls us to know, to believe, and to do. like mary we believe. christmas is a feast of faith. just as mary gave birth we are called to give birth to christ in our world through our own faith. we live in a world that desperately needs a savior, someone who gives ultimate meaning to our lives.st. matthew relates the prophecy from isaiah exactly as we heard it in the first reading. jesus is emmanuel. he is “god with us” as he brings god to us; and he is “god with us” because he lives within us and next to us always. salvation is here, and it is here in the person of jesus christ.filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: december 18, 2016posted on november 30, 2016december 18, 2016 — fourth sunday of adventis 7: 10-14; ps 24: 1-6; rom 1: 1-7; mt 1: 18-24it is the final sunday of advent, the fourth sunday of advent, yet because of the calendar in this year of 2016, christmas is still a full week away. we may ask ourselves if we are prepared for christmas, but that question may focus on the wrong things — we may be thinking of decorations and christmas gifts and christmas dinners.however, the question we should be asking is “are our souls ready for christmas?” that should be the most important part of our advent preparation. is god present within us? are we ready to welcome christ? do we acknowledge our need to be prepared for christ’s second coming?in his letter to the romans, the second reading, st. paul uses the phrase “the spirit of holiness.” paul, and in a more important way christ himself, calls us to holiness. holiness is more than what we do; it has everything to do with what we are. it has to do with our very identity. holiness is characterized by our relationship with the lord. we are waiting for christ, but the reality is that christ is waiting for us. god loves us; knowing and responding to that love is holiness.st. teresa of calcutta may have said it best when she stated, “it is christmas every time you let god love others through you. yes, it is christmas every time you smile at someone and offer them your hand.” doing that is being holy, too; that, too, is stewardship.filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship reflection on lectionary readings: december 11, 2016posted on november 25, 2016december 11, 2016 — third sunday of adventis 35: 1-6a, 10; ps 146: 6-10; jas 5: 7-10; mt 11: 2-11 on this third sunday of advent, gaudete sunday, all of our readings deal with rejoicing and with joy, which is appropriate for the theme of today. that secondary name for today comes from the introit for today that in the traditional latin mass comes from philippians 4: 4-5: gaudete in domino semper (“rejoice in the lord always.”). we have passed the midpoint of advent, and much that we celebrate and our traditions relax a bit. rather than the purple vestments of penitence, the priest can wear rose-colored vestments, and on our advent wreaths we light a rose-colored candle rather than a purple one.even the prophet isaiah, from whom our first reading comes and who can sometimes be a bit dour and negative, begins with this statement, “the desert and the parched land will exult; the steppe will rejoice and bloom. they will bloom with abundant flowers, and rejoice with joyful song.” we are on a journey, a trek of faith that we might also call our stewardship journey. it is a life-long journey and when we reach the end of it, according to revelation 21:4, “god will wipe away every tear from our eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. there shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away.”the point may be that we need to be both on the journey and aware we are on the journey, which is what advent is really concerning. if we have not committed to the journey, if we have not made the conversion necessary to be a part of it, and if we have not made an effort to pursue our lives as disciples of christ, now is the time.we have often made reference to agricultural thoughts expressed in holy scripture. the second reading from the letter of james is another example of that. james notes, “see how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and late rains.” farmers offer us two great examples for our reasons to be joyous. a farmer plants a crop and knows that it takes time for it to come to fruition. although the farmer cannot see it, the farmer believes that it will bear fruit and produce what is wanted and needed.that faith is followed by patience and endurance as the farmer keeps caring for and preparing for the crop, although it cannot be seen. it does not matter how far away the fruits may be; the farmer believes and trusts and endures. that is the same patience and endurance that lives of stewardship exemplify. it is based upon trust in god and knowing that god will both provide and reward us. that is why we are joyful today, and every day.st. john the baptist is so important as the messenger of jesus, the messenger of the messiah. yet, even john, like each of us, harbors doubts. he, like many, may have expected the lord to arrive with great fanfare and instant political acts and impact. however, jesus does not and did not work in that way.jesus’ approach was always simple acts, one at a time, not huge dramatic works. that is an important stewardship message for us as well. stewardship, and the example of jesus, is based upon humility, the acceptance that all are more important than we are. as the lord says in today’s gospel about john, whom he has already glorified and praised, “…yet the least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he.”on this holy day, as we always do at mass, we gather to celebrate christ in the eucharist, an example of his humility. st. teresa of calcutta, an example of humility and stewardship, said this: “the humility of jesus can be seen in the crib, in the exile to egypt, in the hidden life, in the ability to make people understand him, in the desertion of his apostles, in the hatred of his persecutors, in all the terrible suffering and death of his passion, and now in his permanent state of humility in the tabernacle, where he has reduced himself to such a small particle of bread that a priest can hold him with two fingers. the more we empty ourselves, the more room we give god to fill us.”filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readings123…190next page » get updates get updates delivered to your inbox contact uscontact us today to learn how we can help your parish further develop stewardship.phone: 888-822-1847 email: info@catholicsteward.com follow usfacebookrsstwitter recent posts stewardship reflection on lectionary readings: december 25, 2016 stewardship bulletin reflection: december 25, 2016 stewardship reflection on lectionary readings: december 18, 2016 stewardship bulletin reflection: december 18, 2016 stewardship reflection on lectionary readings: december 11, 2016 categories categoriesselect categorydan loughmandon mcardleed laughlineric mcardlefr. allan mcdonaldfr. dave zimmerfr. jim golkafr. michael trohahomily guidesmsgr. mcgread stewardship conferencemsgr. p. james costiganmsgr. thomas mcgreadnotes on developing stewardshipstewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship prayerstewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship workshop for pastorsuncategorized archives archives select month december 2016 november 2016 october 2016 september 2016 august 2016 july 2016 june 2016 may 2016 april 2016 march 2016 february 2016 january 2016 december 2015 november 2015 october 2015 september 2015 august 2015 july 2015 june 2015 may 2015 april 2015 march 2015 february 2015 january 2015 december 2014 november 2014 october 2014 september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 june 2014 may 2014 april 2014 march 2014 february 2014 january 2014 december 2013 november 2013 october 2013 september 2013 august 2013 july 2013 june 2013 may 2013 april 2013 march 2013 february 2013 january 2013 december 2012 november 2012 october 2012 september 2012 august 2012 july 2012 june 2012 may 2012 april 2012 march 2012 february 2012 january 2012 december 2011 november 2011 october 2011 september 2011 august 2011 july 2011 june 2011 may 2011 april 2011 march 2011 february 2011 january 2011 december 2010 november 2010 october 2010 september 2010 august 2010 july 2010 june 2010 may 2010 april 2010 march 2010 contact us contact us today to learn how we can help your parish further develop stewardship.name* email* message* copyright © 2016 catholic stewardship consultants, inc. all rights reserved / phone: 888-822-1847 / email: info@catholicsteward.com custom wordpress theme design & development by idesign studios


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