The Great Commission and the Holy Trinity: This Sunday’s Gospel 5/30/2021

For the Gospel and other Mass readings for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity, click here! A few days after I came home from SEEK 19, my first FOCUS conference, I sat down to write all of my thank you notes. I fundraised my registration for SEEK, so I wanted to write a handwrittenContinue reading “The Great Commission and the Holy Trinity: This Sunday’s Gospel 5/30/2021”

With the Woman at the Well

For this Sunday’s Gospel and other Mass readings, click here! The Woman at the Well is one of my favorite Gospel passages. It’s close to my heart, and it has a lot of wisdom in it. Jesus uses the image of living water in His longest recorded conversation in the Bible, and it’s with aContinue reading “With the Woman at the Well”

What Will Happen to Us in the Desert?

For this Sunday’s Gospel and other Mass readings, click here! I remember hearing this Gospel reading when I was little, and I always compared the season of Lent to being in the desert. Jesus intentionally took time to pray and fast in the desert, and since we’re called to be like Him, we spend aContinue reading “What Will Happen to Us in the Desert?”

This Sunday’s Gospel: January 31, 2021

For this Sunday’s Gospel and other Mass readings, click here! The takeaway that I gained from this Sunday’s Gospel is very simple, yet still profound. Jesus really is the Son of God. If you’re reading this blog, then chances are you believe this. You might think, “Well, obviously He’s the Son of God, Madeline!” TheContinue reading “This Sunday’s Gospel: January 31, 2021”

This Sunday’s Gospel: January 24, 2021

For this Sunday’s Gospel and other Mass readings, click here! In this Sunday’s Gospel reading, Jesus calls Simon, Andrew, James, and John to follow Him. When I was younger, this passage didn’t make much sense to me. Even though He was Jesus, I thought it was strange that these men left their livelihoods behind toContinue reading “This Sunday’s Gospel: January 24, 2021”

This Sunday’s Gospel: January 17, 2021

For this Sunday’s Gospel and other Mass readings, click here. When I read the Gospels, I remember that we’re Jesus’ disciples. Because Scripture is alive and we’re followers of Christ, when Jesus speaks to His disciples in the Gospels, He’s talking to us. Of course we can relate to the people in the Bible, butContinue reading “This Sunday’s Gospel: January 17, 2021”

This Sunday’s Gospel: January 10, 2021

For this Sunday’s Gospel and other Mass readings, click here. I was born on March 4, 1998, but I was born again later that month. On March 22, 1998, I was Baptized at St. Stephen’s Parish and I entered the Church. Although I don’t remember it because I was one month old, it was theContinue reading “This Sunday’s Gospel: January 10, 2021”

This Sunday’s Gospel: October 11, 2020

Matthew 22:1-14 Jesus again in reply spoke to the chief priests and elders of the people in parables, saying, “The kingdom of heaven may be likened to a kingwho gave a wedding feast for his son. He dispatched his servantsto summon the invited guests to the feast,but they refused to come.A second time he sent other servants, saying,‘TellContinue reading “This Sunday’s Gospel: October 11, 2020”

This Sunday’s Gospel: August 16, 2020

Matthew 15:21-28 At that time, Jesus withdrew to the region of Tyre and Sidon. And behold, a Canaanite woman of that district came and called out,“Have pity on me, Lord, Son of David! My daughter is tormented by a demon.” But Jesus did not say a word in answer to her. Jesus’ disciples came and asked him,“Send her away,Continue reading “This Sunday’s Gospel: August 16, 2020”