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is 50: 4-7; ps 22: 8-9, 17-20, 23-24; phil 2: 6-11; mt 26;14-27:66
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is 50: 4-7; ps 22: 8-9, 17-20, 23-24; phil 2: 6-11; mt 26;14-27:66
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ez 37: 12-14; ps 130: 1-8; rom 8: 8-11; jn 11: 1-45
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ex 17: 3-7; ps 95: 1-2, 6-9;  rom 5: 1-2, 5-8; jn 4: 5-42
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catholic stewardship consultants, inc.developing stewardship as a way of lifehomeblogaboutservicesfaqconferencescontactstewardshippro stewardship bulletin reflection: april 16, 2017posted on march 29, 2017april 16, 2017 — the resurrection of the lord: the mass of easter dayacts 10: 34a, 37-43; ps 118: 1-2, 16-17, 22-23; col 3: 1-4; jn 20: 1-9it is easter! today is a day of great joy for us as catholics. the joy is reflected all around us in the way that people are dressed, in the way they approach mass on this day. they key for us today is to carry that joy away from mass to our celebrations and our lives.we hear about similar joy in today’s gospel from st. john. when mary of magdala goes to the tomb and discovers it empty, she does not walk leisurely back to tell the others. she runs, filled with excitement and with the same joy we must feel. joy is contagious. that is what we need to spread when we go forth on this glorious day.easter for us should be an encounter with the risen lord. we are to share the good news. that is what mary of magdala does. perhaps we have a difficult time talking about the joy we feel at easter and at other times in the church. we should not be hesitant; sharing the joy is part of being a disciple of christ; it is what makes us an “easter people.”all of the gospels tell of the resurrection of christ. they may differ in some details, but they all agree that christ is risen. when his apostles go forth to spread the good news, they speak of his resurrection, not the empty tomb. that is what we need to do, what we need to share — the easter joy of being a catholic and a christian.filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship reflection on lectionary readings: april 9, 2017posted on march 23, 2017april 9, 2017 — palm sunday of the lord’s passionis 50: 4-7; ps 22: 8-9, 17-20, 23-24; phil 2: 6-11; mt 26;14-27:66on this palm sunday of the lord’s passion we hear, as we do every year on this day, the holy reading of christ’s passion, from the gospel of matthew this year. the passion is the climax of the entire history of revelation and redemption. interwoven with the realities of revelation and redemption are two truths of our lives — human sin and divine love. the lord died for our sins because he loves us.needless to say, this is the longest gospel of the year. it is almost 2,700 words in length, which is longer than 30 of the books of the bible. although we may find this to be a challenge, it is so important that we hear it on this day, the final sunday of lent and the beginning of holy week this evening. on this day we receive palm fronds because this is in part a reenactment of christ’s arrival in jerusalem. palm branches are recognized as a symbol of both peace and victory, as this day reminds us of both.the story of the passion is so very significant to us as catholics because it tells us who god is. in the first letter of john 4:8 one of the most basic facts about the lord and our relation to him is stated simply as “god is love.” the passion shows us exactly what love is. love empties himself of the glory at the right hand of the father, and he takes the form of a slave. the love and humility evidenced within the words of the passion should become clear to us. that is why we need to hear it in its entirety. that is why we need to be participants within it because truly the people in the passion represent us so vividly.any reflection offered on this day pales in comparison of the true words we hear in the passion. there is neither time nor space to offer a complete reflection on what we hear. therefore, it might be best to focus on two small parts of this gospel.early in the reading of the passion, when christ has gathered his apostles for the last supper, he speaks of betrayal. of course, all the apostles are shocked and begin to ask “is it i?’ jesus tells them, “he who has dipped his hand into the dish with me is the one who will betray me.” we may think that jesus is pointing clearly to judas iscariot at that point, but because of the customs at that time, all of them had dipped their hands into the dish with him. jesus is stating that his betrayer is a friend of his, someone who had shared much with him in the recent past, someone who had eaten at the same table with him many times.what is remarkable about this is that even at that moment jesus is telling judas that he loves him, even though the lord knows full well what judas has already done, and judas certainly is aware of what he has done as the betrayer. this love is the first thought which should permeate us as we hear this passion. jesus’ love for us is so profound, and we are called to respond by loving him and one another.the other focus is the lord’s humility throughout the passion, not just during the passion, but throughout his entire life. this was a man, yes, but he was also god. yet, his love was boundless and his humility is so obvious. that should be our concentration as well, especially during this holy week we are beginning. if we can love in some small way as jesus has loved us, and if we can seek and find even an iota of the humility he shows, we will indeed be on the path to holiness.filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: april 9, 2017posted on march 22, 2017april 9, 2017 — palm sunday of the lord’s passionis 50: 4-7; ps 22: 8-9, 17-20, 23-24; phil 2: 6-11; mt 26;14-27:66most of us know today as palm sunday, although officially in the church it is called palm sunday of the lord’s passion, and to many church leaders it is simply passion sunday, which comes from the latin name for it, dominica passionis. we have reflected on this day previously how the liturgy begins with great joy and becomes more and more somber with the reading of the passion.during the procession of the palms jesus arrives in jerusalem to great tumult and rejoicing as the people cry out “hosanna… blessed is he who comes in the name of the lord, hosanna in the highest.” as the mass progresses we get an overview of what is to occur during this holiest of weeks, including the institution of the eucharist, the passion and death of the lord, the prediction of his resurrection, and then his resurrection itself.imagine the confusion of the twelve apostles. jesus has been spending time with them in the recent weeks prior to the passion trying to get them to understand that his time of suffering was near and approaching, and that is the reason he must go to jerusalem. and here is the crowd welcoming and praising and laughing and celebrating his presence.we are not much different in many ways, but now is the time for us to really embrace and understand the sacrifice the lord made for each of us, and the incredible gift he has given us. in the coming days it is our final chance to truly rededicate ourselves to being his disciple. filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship reflection on lectionary readings: april 2, 2017posted on march 17, 2017april 2, 2017 — fifth sunday of lentez 37: 12-14; ps 130: 1-8; rom 8: 8-11; jn 11: 1-45one of the struggles we face from the moment we can think critically is what might be called “the mystery of life.” particularly during this lenten season this is something on which we need to meditate. passion sunday is next weekend and easter is only two weeks away. we probably have at least a basic understanding that what we are really preparing for is resurrection. the readings on this fifth sunday address resurrection and call us to hear and consider what it means.st. paul certainly provides us thoughts on resurrection in the second reading from his letter to the romans when he says, “if the spirit of the one who raised jesus from the dead dwells in you, the one who raised christ from the dead will give life to your mortal bodies also, through his spirit dwelling in you.” is the spirit dwelling within us? what have we done during this lent to bring that spirit to life? those are questions we must ask always but especially at this time.our first reading comes to us from the prophet ezekiel. ezekiel the person has fascinated scholars for centuries. he was unique in many ways. in his writings he tended to use symbols and allegory more than the other prophets. his visions were striking and distinctive as well. today’s reading includes one of those visions and a clearly apparent reference to the concept of resurrection. god says in today’s reading “o my people, i will open your graves and have you rise from them,” a definite allusion to resurrection. two verses later god says, “i will put my spirit in you that you may live.”this is the same spirit of course st. paul addresses in the second reading. it is the spirit which is at the heart of our search and our endeavors to prepare for resurrection, both that of jesus on easter and our own. this all has to do with life, not death. it is this life which should give us hope. that is what we are truly seeking — new life and hope. are we addressing the lifeless and hopeless characteristics of our life? our calling is to give life. living as good stewards is one of the ways that we can do that.we have already begun our reflection on st. paul’s words in the second reading from paul’s letter to the romans. as paul says basically if the spirit is within us, we have life. the spirit is in everyone, but we need to allow it to be reflected in how we live. if the spirit is leading us to be more like the lord, then it is at work in our hearts. we are called to be disciples and to be in christ. however, paul assures us that christ is within us also. we must let him show forth and shine. with that commitment we renew and reflect that hope which resurrection promises.we hear the story of jesus raising lazarus from the dead in the gospel reading from st. john. this is a reminder to us that resurrection is ongoing. the idea of dying and rising is something we all need to do every day. much of this has to do with relationships, our relationship with god, with those close to us, and with all those with whom we may come in contact. now during lent is a time when we need to give these relationships a particular prominence.we have no idea of what rising again will be. we are given some hints in holy scripture, but we are also reminded that it is beyond our very understanding.there is another facet of lazarus being raised from the dead which is notable during our lenten preparations and our striving for resurrection. when lazarus emerges from the tomb, he is “tied hand and foot with burial bands, and his face was wrapped in a cloth.” are we bound in some ways? are what binds us things which we should now be trying to free ourselves from? in these final days of lent we still have time to judge what it is that keeps us from finding the new life offered by christ. only jesus can give us this new life. the lord reminds us in today’s gospel, “…if you believe, you will see the glory of god.” hope is there for us, but we must seize it.filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: april 2, 2017posted on march 15, 2017april 2, 2017 — fifth sunday of lentez 37: 12-14; ps 130: 1-8; rom 8: 8-11; jn 11: 1-45easter is two weeks away. there is an understandable and logical reason that we hear the gospel reading from st. john about jesus raising lazarus from the dead on this fifth sunday of lent. jesus’ resurrection is ever nearer for us. his miracle of raising lazarus is the last recorded by john, but its timing is exactly what the lord wished it to be.in the gospel, jesus makes it all clear to us. the lord says, “i am the resurrection and the life; whoever believes in me, even if he dies, will live.” that understanding and acceptance and rejoicing at the resurrection is what lent has been about and what our preparations in these final days of lent should be about as well.phillips brooks is probably best known as the author/composer of one of the most endearing christmas carols “o little town of bethlehem.” however, brooks also understood what faith is all about. he said, “let every man and woman count himself and herself immortal. let them catch the revelation of jesus in his resurrection. let each say not merely, ‘christ is risen,’ but also ‘i shall rise’.”the catechism of the catholic church (1002) says, “christ will raise us up ‘on the last day’; but it is also true that, in a certain way, we have already risen with christ. for, by virtue of the holy spirit, christian life is already now on earth in participation in the death and resurrection of christ.” it is this truth, this hope, that we are to embrace as easter approaches.filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship reflection on lectionary readings: march 26, 2017posted on march 9, 2017march 26, 2017 — fourth sunday of lent1 sm 16: 1b, 6-7-, 10-13a; ps 23: 1-6; eph 5: 8-14; jn 9: 1-41holy scripture is so rich in text and in the insights and messages we are provided from the word of god. today’s readings, on this fourth sunday of lent, are prime examples of that fact.our first reading comes from the first book of samuel. samuel, of course, consists of two books. the first, from which today’s reading comes, begins with the birth of the prophet samuel and how god called him as a boy. our specific reading for today provides a message that not only relates to the other readings, but also is important for us to grasp at this point in lent. within today’s reading is the statement, “not as man sees does god see, because man sees the appearance, but god looks into the heart.”how often does jesus make reference to this perspective? how often does he say that what we do and what we appear to do externally is not as important as what we truly believe on the inside? it is human for us to be influenced by outer appearances, and it is equally human for us to be concerned about what others think of us as well. thus, we may do things which look good to those around us, but which may not reflect reality. regardless, we also must understand that the lord does not just look into our hearts. he knows full well what is there. part of our lenten goal should be to change our hearts to love more, and to truly be more holy.another perspective of lent is reflected in the second reading from st. paul’s letter to the ephesians. this scriptural passage speaks of darkness and light, specifically about the passage from darkness to light. we are called to seek the light always, but especially at this time of year. darkness can be interpreted as those things that are hidden in our heart (a la the first reading from samuel); light is the love and goodness we are to seek and achieve. paul tells us, “live as children of light, for light produces every kind of goodness and righteousness and truth.” truth is certainly something we are to search for during lent.truth can have many definitions, but in this instance it clearly means to find what is acceptable to god and then to live that way. in his opening statement paul makes it clear that striving to be righteous is not enough. we are to reflect the light of christ that he offers us, and we are to reflect it in our lives, and especially in our hearts. one approach to this kind of life can be found in living a life of stewardship. that means we do not just realize and accept the light of christ but we share it with others. today’s scriptural passage closes with “awake, o sleeper, and arise from the dead, and christ will give you light.” many scholars believe that may have been the chorus from a popular song or poem of paul’s time. it surely captures lenten themes — awaking from the dead, as in resurrection; finding the light of christ; and realizing that this light is a gift from god. that is part of what lent should be for us as well.at the heart of our lengthy gospel reading from st. john, chapter 9, is the healing of the blind man. there is a basic difference here from other miracles performed by the lord. the blind man did not approach jesus and ask to be healed; in this instance jesus took the lead and went to him. jesus fully expected the man to respond in faith, which he did. jesus is coming to us in the same way during this lenten period.in order to show him the faith he wants from us, we have to accept the fact that we may live in darkness, that we may hold things in our hearts that are not acceptable to the lord. this is the time for us to awaken, to cleanse our hearts, to open our eyes and see. as it is reported in this holy gospel, “…he went and washed, and came back able to see.” now is the time for us to wash and seek the light, so that the lord can confirm what he says in the gospel: “i came into this world for judgment, so that those who do not see might see.” the lord is there for us, but we have to seek and see his light, and then live accordingly.filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: march 26, 2017posted on march 8, 2017march 26, 2017 — fourth sunday of lent1 sm 16: 1b, 6-7-, 10-13a; ps 23: 1-6; eph 5: 8-14; jn 9: 1-41in the entire bible from genesis in the old testament through the gospel of john, the incident reported in john 9, the gospel reading on this fourth sunday of lent, the restoration of sight to the blind man is the only instance of a blind person since birth being healed. no other prophet or apostle or priest ever performed such a miracle.isaiah the prophet had predicted “the eyes of blind will be opened” (isaiah 35:5) in his prophecies of the messiah. of course, we need to understand that the “eyes of the blind will be opened” has a double meaning. yes, the blind man can see, but he can also understand and comprehend what jesus’ saving grace means.this time during lent is a time for us to open our eyes as well. we need to see and to embrace the fact that jesus is our savior and redeemer. to see we need light. in the second reading from st. paul’s letter to the ephesians, paul says, “live as children of light, for light produces every kind of goodness and righteousness and truth.”is that not what our whole purpose in lent is? to seek the light; to find an understanding of the lord’s place in our lives; to open our eyes; and to become disciples of the lord? we often make reference to the fact that we are called to be disciples. what does that mean? according to pope emeritus benedict xvi, it meant, “do not keep christ to yourselves. share with others the joy of your faith. the world needs the witness of your faith; it surely needs god.”filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship reflection on lectionary readings: march 19, 2017posted on march 2, 2017march 19, 2017 — third sunday of lentex 17: 3-7; ps 95: 1-2, 6-9;  rom 5: 1-2, 5-8; jn 4: 5-42today’s gospel reading from the book of john recounts the story of the confrontation of a samaritan woman at jacob’s well with jesus. this only appears in the book of john, but it is significant in many ways, particularly to us on this third sunday of lent, as we continue our own lenten voyages and efforts. a question we might ask ourselves throughout lent, and for that matter always, is “are we prepared to confront the lord and are we willing to listen to him and meet him on his level?”sometimes it is difficult for us to fully realize that lent, a time of fasting and abstinence and prayer and charity, is also a time for us to seek happiness. on this third sunday of lent we may have already made commitments to do things that on the surface may not make us happy. however, now is the perfect time for us to examine what may stand between us and the happiness that a good relationship with the lord can bring.the first reading is from the book of exodus. this well known book of the old testament relates how the israelites leave slavery in egypt. although led by the prophet moses, the people really escape through the power of god. it is the same strength and power on which we need to rely during lent and throughout our lives. as the israelites wander and travel through the desert in their escape, they become discouraged and unfocused in some ways. again that is something we are likely to do in our lenten promises and commitments. like the israelites when we have a problem, instead of thinking that this is normal and strengthening our thoughts with a commitment that we need to look to god to meet our needs, we may look for someone to blame. nevertheless, that solves nothing for us, nor did it for the people led by moses.the people turn against moses, but he does the right thing. he turns to god in his need and appeals for the lord’s help. moses places his total trust in god, and the lord provides. we need to do the same thing. trusting god is at the heart of a successful lent and a successful life. if we trust in god implicitly we are well on the way to happiness.in his letter to the romans, from which comes our second reading, st. paul repeats this same importance of trust. in this case paul speaks to why we need to believe. “we have peace with god through our lord jesus christ,” says paul. note that this is not the peace of god to which reference is made many times in holy scripture. this is peace with god. this kind of peace, as paul points out, can only come through jesus. he is the entire base for our trust and our belief and our peace. happiness is found most often at a time of peace in our hearts. this, too, is something we seek during lent.paul also refers to the “grace in which we stand.” we may use the word grace often, but it should have particular meaning to us during lent. grace, quite simply, is “god’s undeserved favor toward us.” it is the same love and favor found in exodus. we do not have to prove to god that we are worthy of grace and his love. if we spent more time in our lives praising god, we would most likely spend less time disliking ourselves. that, too, is a key to peace and happiness.finally in today’s holy scripture we have the story from st. john of the samaritan woman at the well. she comes to the same realization that moses is trying to convey to the israelites, and that st. paul is explaining to the romans — that is, god loves us where we are and with all of our faults. the woman is amazed as she says, “he told me everything i have done.” what shocks her is that jesus loves her in spite of being aware of all her faults. that is the conclusion to which we are called as well. if we approach lent with this attitude, following what the church tells us to try to do, including confession and reconciliation, we might truly find the peace and grace about which all of our readings speak.confession may be one of the least understood sacraments of the catholic church. however, in reconciling us to god, it is a great source of grace. this is the grace we seek. it brings us peace and it brings us happiness. we just need to trust and persevere and believe and we can attain the happiness and hope promised to us.filed under: homily guides, stewardship reflections on lectionary readingsstewardship bulletin reflection: march 19, 2017posted on march 1, 2017march 19, 2017 — third sunday of lentex 17: 3-7; ps 95: 1-2, 6-9;  rom 5: 1-2, 5-8; jn 4: 5-42in today’s gospel reading from john, we hear the story of the samaritan woman whom jesus confronts at the well. jesus and his apostles are traveling from jerusalem in the south to galilee in the north. the quickest route, although inconvenient in some ways, was through samaria. jesus’ followers went to the nearby village of sychar to procure food while he sat tired and thirsty by what is called jacob’s well.it was about noon, the hottest part of the day, and a samaritan woman came to the well to draw water. jesus breaks three jewish customs in his exchange with the woman. first, he spoke to a woman, something forbidden to men with strange women; second, she was a samaritan woman, a group with whom jews did not normally mix; third, he asked her to give him a cup of water, which would have made him ceremonially unclean from using her cup or jar. the woman was rightfully shocked.however, jesus told her that he could give her “living water.” at that time some spring water was carbonated and it seemed “alive” as it bubbled up from the ground, so it was called “living water.” jesus meant that the water he offered was alive in a different way because it could both give life and quench spiritual thirst.although the whole situation is amazing to the woman, she is particularly struck by how much jesus knows about her. she reports to her fellow samaritans “he told me everything i ever did.” that is not what she found so surprising though. what truly astonished her was that in spite of that knowledge, jesus still loved her. jesus loves us as well, despite our many shortcomings and sins.filed under: stewardship bulletin reflectionsstewardship 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 reflections123…66next 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 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