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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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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: 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: msgr. mcgread stewardship conferencestewardship reflection on lectionary readings: january 22, 2017posted on january 5, 2017january 22, 2017 — third sunday in ordinary timeis 8: 23- 9:3; ps 27: 1, 4, 13-14; 1 cor 1: 10-13, 17; mt 4: 12-23in his letter to the corinthians, our second reading, paul makes an appeal to the christian community in corinth. paul writes, “i urge you, brothers and sisters, in the name of our lord jesus christ, that all of you agree in what you say, and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be united in the same mind and purpose.” it would seem that not much has changed over the centuries. there are still divisions in the christian community, and even in our own parish and faith communities these may well exist. paul’s call to unity is echoed in the other readings on this third sunday in ordinary time as well.as the readings progress there is a sense of order to them. at the heart of the first reading from the prophet isaiah is what should unify us and that is the presence of christ. isaiah prophesies in relation to jesus and his messianic arrival, “the people who walked in darkness have seen a great light.” christ, the light of the world, is that light, of course. it is he who unites us, who inspires us to work together toward unity, and who provides us with the joy at what his sacrifice and promise for us portends. jesus’ victory is complete, but we must accept that and respond to that.as indicated in the opening, st. paul’s letter to the corinthians concentrates on the discord that has developed in the church in corinth. this was reported to paul by “chloe’s people” who evidently came to paul because of what was happening; however, the fact that they are called “chloe’s people” indicates that they may have been even another faction in that church. for paul this is most likely frustrating. it is believed that paul spent more time in corinth than anywhere else; thus, when rifts occur there, they are particularly painful to paul the apostle.paul’s point, and the focus we need to concentrate on, is that jesus the lord should be the center of our faith and the center of our church. for us as catholics that is the case, but the reality indicates that it is not always the reality we experience. before we can eliminate the worldwide factions that have arisen through the centuries we must remove any conflicts that may exist in our own faith communities. that is certainly part of paul’s point in today’s reading. jesus gives us the answer to these disagreements over and over when he says, “love one another.” it is really quite simple.the gospel reading includes a restatement exactly of what we heard in the first reading from isaiah. this, of course, is the beginning of jesus’ ministry in galilee and then throughout his part of the world and then through his disciples in our own world. we have pointed out previously that when jesus called his twelve apostles, eleven of them were galileans (the only exception being judas iscariot who was a judean). galilee, although we tend to focus on fishermen in the sea of galilee, was mainly agricultural with rich fertile soil. according to figures from historians, the population of galilee at that time was about 3 million people. galilee is not large, being smaller than our state of connecticut. it was a natural place for jesus to minister initially for many reasons: it was his native place; the population was large and compact; and there were an estimated more than 200 significant towns there. also, that is where holy scripture (isaiah) said he would begin.of course, a key part of our gospel reading is the onset of the lord gathering his apostles, as he initially calls peter and his brother andrew, closely followed by the brothers james and john. it is important to note that their response was immediate: “at once they left their nets and followed him (jesus).” there were no debates, no discussions, and no long considerations. that is a great example to us. do we hesitate; do we wait to become a disciple of the lord? we really should not. if we accept him as our savior and as the cornerstone of our church, our response, too, should be immediate and definite.that after all is where division and depression are eliminated entirely, with acceptance and agreement and obedience. it is never easy, but it is what we are called to do as stewards of the lord’s church and of our faith communities.filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: january 22, 2017posted on january 4, 2017january 22, 2017 — third sunday in ordinary timeis 8: 23- 9:3; ps 27: 1, 4, 13-14; 1 cor 1: 10-13, 17; mt 4: 12-23the prophet isaiah again records a remarkable prophecy in our first reading from the book of isaiah. within the context of that scriptural reading isaiah says, “the people who walked in darkness have seen a great light.” just prior to that isaiah speaks of two areas of israel that are also the names of two of the twelve tribes of israel — zebulon and naphtali. these tribes were located at the northern end of israel adjacent to the sea of galilee.when the assyrians invaded and occupied israel, it was the northern tribes like zebulon and naphtali that suffered the most. it was they on whom the greatest gloom and darkness descended. however, the prophecy speaks of the coming of the messiah, the birth of jesus, the light of the world. thus, “the people who walked in darkness have seen a great light.”christ is still the light of the world, and he still provides this light and hope to those of us who may feel like we are in darkness and distress. we must embrace him nonetheless and follow his way by becoming his disciple. if we do that, our lives will indeed be filled with light and great rejoicing. it is up to us to respond. in john 8:12, the lord tells us, “i am the light of the world; anyone who follows me will not be walking in dark, but will have the light of life.”filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship reflection on lectionary readings: january 15, 2017posted on december 29, 2016january 15, 2017 — second sunday in ordinary timeis 49: 3, 5-6: ps 40: 2, 4, 7-10; 1 cor 1: 1-3; jn 1: 29-34today we celebrate the second sunday in ordinary time. many catholics do not fully understand the meaning and importance of ordinary time. ordinary is based upon the fact that the sundays during this time are numbered, and that is because they do not fall into the various seasons of advent, christmas, lent, or easter. that does not make this time of year unimportant; in fact ordinary time is far from unimportant or uninteresting.as indicated in today’s gospel reading from john, john the baptist refers to jesus as the lamb of god. that means this is the time of year when christ, the lamb of god, walks among us and can transform our lives. there is certainly nothing “ordinary” about that.on most sundays within the readings for the liturgy there are some gems and special messages that might get lost in the midst of everything else. this sunday is no exception. the prescience of the prophet isaiah who was writing some six centuries before the birth of christ is sometimes amazing. today’s first reading from isaiah closes with this statement: “i will make you a light to the nations, that my salvation may reach to the ends of the earth.” how often do we hear the lord called the light of the world, not just the light of israel, but the light to everyone everywhere? jesus does not just bring salvation to all of us; he is salvation for all of us.the second reading comes to us from the very beginning of st. paul’s first letter to the corinthians. paul understood the forms and traditions of his day. when someone was writing a letter, they needed to state at the very beginning whom the letter is for and from whom it comes. that in part is the gist of today’s reading. paul spent as much time in corinth as he did anywhere during his ministry. as a result we may know more about the faith community in corinth than we do about any other community in the new testament.perhaps the two key ingredients of this introductory message of the letter is that first of all paul makes it quite clear that he is a “called” apostle. he is not an elected apostle or an appointed apostle, but one called by god. each of us is also called to apostleship. that is what being a steward and being a disciple of christ involves. we need to recognize and accept our calling, and then live it out.also, paul makes reference to the people of the corinthian christian community as “the church of god that is in corinth.” too often we may think of a church as being a building, but the greek word that is translated as “church” is ekklesiae. that means literally an “assembly of people,” quite often a group that gathers for a very definite purpose. that is what we are as church, not so much a structure, but a group of people with a common purpose and commitment, which should be to serve god and one another.as is the case on many a sunday, this entire reflection could be on the gospel reading from john. the first witness to christ is john the baptist. as he states in the gospel, “i have seen and testified that he is the son of god.” personal witness is still important within our communities, as individuals and couples and groups witness to their own realization of what john the baptist maintains. this gospel is from the very beginning of jesus’ public ministry, but john already accurately states that “jesus is the lamb of god who takes away the sin of the world.” the shadow of the cross is over jesus then and throughout his existence on earth.john the baptist additionally emphasizes the divinity of jesus when he says, “…he existed before me.” in truth john was born before jesus and was older than the lord, at least in terms of earthly existence. however, when john says “he existed before me,” he is testifying to the pre-existence of jesus. jesus was and is god. more than thirty times in the new testament jesus is referred to as a lamb. we are called to live lives similar to his, not as representatives of strength and power, but as symbols of obedience and love and peace and humility. it takes great strength to show that kind of acceptance and love, but that is what we are called to do.filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: january 15, 2017posted on december 28, 2016january 15, 2017 — second sunday in ordinary timeis 49: 3, 5-6: ps 40: 2, 4, 7-10; 1 cor 1: 1-3; jn 1: 29-34our gospel reading today is quite short. however, it contains an important revelation from st. john the baptist about jesus, our lord and savior. john the baptist testifies, “i saw the spirit come down like a dove from heaven and remain upon him.” we are fond in the church to use the symbol of the dove to represent the holy spirit, but what john says is not that the spirit was a dove, but it descended like a dove.the spirit descends upon us as well throughout our lives as catholics. at our baptism the holy spirit came upon us, and we received the fullness of the holy spirit’s gifts at confirmation. nevertheless, we receive the holy spirit at every mass and especially at the eucharist. just as john the baptist spoke of seeing the holy spirit descend upon the lord, that same holy spirit descends upon us.you probably have never paid much attention to how a dove actually descends. it sort of hovers and floats downward. its descent is smooth, deliberate, and in its own unique way. this spirit has descended upon us and continues to do so. it fills us. what do we do with it? it is part of our very being, but for it to be effective we must share it and use it.our pope emeritus benedict xvi once said, “no one can give that which they do not personally possess, which means we cannot transmit the holy spirit if we ourselves are not close to the spirit.”filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship reflection on lectionary readings: january 8, 2017posted on december 22, 2016january 8, 2017 — the epiphany of the lordis 60: 1-6; ps 72: 1-2, 7-8, 10-13; eph 3: 2-3a, 5-6;mt 2: 1-12today we celebrate the epiphany of the lord. the solemnity of the epiphany was traditionally celebrated on january 6 (the 12th day of christmas), but in the united states the bishops have opted to move the celebration to the sunday between january 2 and 8.for many years now in the english-speaking world the feast of epiphany has been overshadowed by that of christmas. but unless we realize the significance of this great day, we see only one side of the mystery of the incarnation. now after contemplating the staggering fact that god has become a human child, we turn to look at this mystery from the opposite angle and realize that this seemingly helpless child is, in fact, the omnipotent god, the king and ruler of the universe. the feast of christ’s divinity completes the feast of his humanity. it fulfills all our advent longing for the king “who is come with great power and majesty.”as we might expect our readings for this glorious day reflect the wonder of this epiphany. our first reading from that incredible prophet isaiah illustrates the special nature of this day: “rise up in splendor, jerusalem! your light has come; the glory of the lord shines upon you. see, darkness covers the earth, and thick clouds cover the peoples; but upon you the lord shines, and over you appears his glory. nations shall walk by your light, and kings by your shining radiance.”christ is the light of the world and today is a day that emphasizes this. initially we, each of us, receive that light, but then we are called to share that light, to reveal it to others, just as the magi did. we cannot shine until we accept and receive that light. that is what discipleship is all about. now is a time when each of us must “arise and shine.”st. paul is called by some the apostle to the gentiles. the word “gentile” is one we hear often, but we may not completely grasp its meaning. the word “gentile” is an english translation of the hebrew word goyim and the greek word ethne (“nations, people”). the latin vulgate translated these words as gentilis, and this word was carried over into english as “gentile.” basically the term refers to a person who is not a jew. in that sense almost all of us are gentiles.the importance of epiphany is that the magi from the east were most definitely gentiles. yet, they, representing all of us to a certain extent, recognized, accepted, and acknowledged jesus christ as their lord and savior. the epiphany brings us all into the fold in terms of jesus’ divinity and saving grace. st. paul makes it clear in today’s reading, as well as in his letter to the ephesians (who were also gentiles), that “gentiles are coheirs, members of the same body, and copartners in the promise of christ through the gospel.”our gospel reading is the story of the visit of the magi to the infant jesus as reported in matthew. it is interesting to note that this particular story is only reported in the gospel of matthew, not in the other three. much is made of the gifts that were presented to the christ child, but those may be secondary to other aspects of the story. it may well be that they initially went to the palace of herod because that is where they might expect to find the newborn king. however, it soon becomes clear to them that neither is the lord there, nor is it likely he would be there, so they continue their trek.yes, when they arrive at the place of jesus, they present gifts, but more important they humbly worship him. it must have been a strange sight indeed to see these holy and royal men bow down before a child. as pointed out by many this story really does manifest the arrival of christ the savior. he appears first to the jewish people as represented by the shepherds, then to the gentile. he appears first to the humble and unlearned, and then to the royal and educated. he appears first to the west, and then to the east. we need to share in the wonder of the magi, and we need to join them in honoring and worshiping the lord. filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: january 8, 2017posted on december 21, 2016january 8, 2017 — the epiphany of the lordis 60: 1-6; ps 72: 1-2, 7-8, 10-13; eph 3: 2-3a, 5-6;mt 2: 1-12  today the church celebrates the solemnity of the epiphany. the word “epiphany” comes from the greek epiphainen, a verb that means “to shine upon,” “to manifest,” or “to make known.” what the church celebrates today is the manifestation of our lord jesus christ to the whole world; after being made known to the shepherds of bethlehem, he is revealed to the magi who have come from the east to adore him.the epiphany should be and is a great feast for us. the joy we felt at the birth of christ on christmas must be renewed today (and every day for that matter). in a sense this is a second christmas day as it puts the lord in a new light. this day manifests the divinity of jesus. at christmas it was a few shepherds who were invited by the angels to go and witness and recognize the lord.however, today, at the epiphany, the voice of god calls the whole world, each and every one of us, to adore jesus, and to hear him. the epiphany or the realization of the divinity and saving grace of the lord should lead us as individuals to a personal epiphany. in a sense an epiphany is representative of conversion, conversion to the truth.if we accept christ as our savior and if we truly strive to live our lives as his disciple, we begin to pursue lives of stewardship, lives of love and service. today of all days should help us in that realization and in that goal.filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship reflection on lectionary readings: january 1, 2017posted on december 15, 2016january 1, 2017 — the octave day of christmas — solemnity of the blessed virgin mary, the mother of godnm 6: 22-27; ps 67: 2-3, 5-6, 8; gal 4: 4-7; lk 2: 16-21  today is a double feast so to speak, but the two feasts are closely associated. this is the octave day of christmas, or the eighth day of christmas. it always falls exactly one week after christmas day; christmas day is of course the first day, and then when we count to eight we have today. “octaves” have been celebrated in the church in relation to holy days and feasts almost from the very beginnings of the church.however, today is also the solemnity of the blessed virgin mary, the mother of god. in jewish tradition a male child was circumcised on the eighth day after his birth. on that same day the child was officially given his name. thus, it was on this day that the lord received the name jesus. the third connection of these two liturgical celebrations is the addition of calling our blessed mother the mother of god. among vatican ii documents it is clearly stated, “clearly from earliest times the blessed virgin is honored under the title of mother of god.”this feast is naturally a celebration of mary’s motherhood of jesus. it stems from the greek word theotokos that translates as “she who gave birth to god.” that title was adopted at the first council of ephesus, held in the summer of 431 ad. ephesus is in present day turkey, and this was a gathering of bishops; the nicene creed is another product of that council.our first reading from the book of numbers is familiar to most of us because of its inclusion of the prayer of aaron that we may have experienced often within our lives as catholics and christians. stewardship helps us understand and appreciate that we are gifted by god. what greater gift can we have beyond “the lord let his face shine upon you”? to be aware that god may look upon us and be pleased, not because of who we are or what we may have done, but because we are in jesus christ, might be the largest source of peace and power in our lives. however, we need to realize that, and we need to live our lives as that is the reality.three times within this blessing we hear “the lord.” in the first it is god the father who blesses his children; then it is god the son whose face shines upon us and brings us grace; finally it is god the holy spirit who communicates to us the feelings of god, and who gives us peace as a result. there are no accidents in scripture, and this threefold blessing from our three gods in one is no accident either.in st. paul’s letter to the galatians, our second reading, paul states “god sent his son, born of a woman.” that simple statement ties together with today’s feasts as well as to the initial reading and the gospel message. jesus came not just as god’s son, but also as one born to a woman. being “born of a woman” is a somewhat veiled confirmation of our belief in a virgin birth represented by the immaculate conception. although jesus called himself consistently the son of man, paul never states that christ was born of a man and a woman. he was born of a woman with god as the father. paul, too, seems to confirm that mary is truly the mother of god.everything we celebrate today is brought to completion and to coordination by the gospel reading from st. luke. as is often the case in these reflections, this reading is so rich in content and meaning there is no way we can truly do it justice in this short space. however, focusing on a specific statement within it often helps us explain it. it is the last few verses that put it all together: “when eight days were completed for his circumcision, he was named jesus, the name given him by an angel before he was conceived in the womb.” there we find the octave of christmas (eight days) and the immaculate conception of the blessed mother of god.the next verse from luke speaks to “when the days were completed for their purification”… what a strong reference to the octave of christmas as well as to the motherhood of god by mary. it does not say “his” purification, but “their” purification. mary, the mother of god, and jesus, the son of god, were both pure.filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: january 1, 2017posted on december 14, 2016january 1, 2017 — the octave day of christmas — solemnity of the blessed virgin mary, the mother of godnm 6: 22-27; ps 67: 2-3, 5-6, 8; gal 4: 4-7; lk 2: 16-21  the blessing included in the first reading from the book of numbers is one with which most of us are familiar. “the lord bless you and keep you; the lord let his face shine upon you, and be gracious to you…” in the jewish culture this has been known for centuries as the aaronic blessing as it was dictated by god himself to aaron. it is important to note that it begins with “the lord bless you.”all blessings come from god. one error we make is to conclude that blessings always mean happiness or security or prosperity. god knows what blessings we need, even if we do not. they key for us is to be grateful for whatever blessings we may have. that mind set is at the hub of stewardship — knowing all blessings come from the lord, and our need to be appreciative of them.to be “kept” by the lord is to turn our lives over to him, to know that he is with us and that he loves us, blesses us, and does indeed “keep” us ever in his care. the truth is that to be blessed by god is one of the greatest gifts we can receive. it is available to all of us without exception.during this continued christmas season, it is well to remember and repeat the classic statement by the character tiny tim in charles dickens’ immortal a christmas carol: “god bless us, every one,” for certainly he does.filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship 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 reflections123…64next 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: february 5, 2017 stewardship bulletin reflection: february 5, 2017 stewardship reflection on lectionary readings: january 29, 2017 stewardship bulletin reflection: january 29, 2017 sign up today for the msgr. mcgread stewardship conference – april 26-27 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 january 2017 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 © 2017 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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