Archive | February, 2016

Vueltos a la vida: Scott Hahn refleja sobre el 4o domingo de cuaresma

Lecturas: Josué 5,9-12 Salmo 34,2-7 2 Corintios 5,17-21 Lucas 15,1-3, 11-32 En la primera lectura de este día, Dios perdona el “reproche” de las generaciones que murmuraron contra Él después del Éxodo. En el umbral de la tierra prometida Israel, con un corazón limpio, puede ya celebrar la Pascua, la fiesta del hijo primogénito de

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Found Alive Again: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Fourth Sunday of Lent

Readings: Joshua 5:9-12 Psalms 34:2-7 2 Corinthians 5:17-21 Luke 15:1-3, 11-32 In today's First Reading, God forgives “the reproach” of the generations who grumbled against Him after the Exodus. On the threshold of the promised land, Israel can with a clean heart celebrate the Passover, the feast of God's first-born son (see Joshua 5:6-7; Exodus

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Contemplando la gloria: Scott Hahn refleja sobre 2o domingo de cuaresma

Lecturas: Génesis 15, 5-12.17-18 Salmo 27,1.7-9.13-14 Filipenses 3,17-4,1 Lucas 9,28-36 El Evangelio de hoy nos hace subir al monte con Pedro, Juan y Santiago. Ahí vemos a Jesús transfigurado, hablando con Moisés y Elías sobre su “éxodo”. La palabra griega “éxodo” significa “partida”. Pero esa palabra se usa deliberadamente aquí para avivar nuestro recuerdo de

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The Glory in Sight: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Second Sunday of Lent

Readings: Genesis 15:5-12, 17-18 Psalm 27:1,7-9, 13-14 Philippians 3:17-4:1 Luke 9:28-36 (see also “A 'New' Exodus”)   In today's Gospel, we go up to the mountain with Peter, John and James. There we see Jesus “transfigured,” speaking with Moses and Elijah about His “exodus.” The Greek word “exodus” means “departure.” But the word is chosen

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Forty Days: Scott Hahn Reflects on the First Sunday in Lent

Readings: Deuteronomy 26:4-10 Psalm 91:1-2,10-15 Romans 10:8-13 Luke 4:1-13 In today’s epic Gospel scene, Jesus relives in His flesh the history of Israel. We’ve already seen that like Israel, Jesus has passed through water, been called God’s beloved Son (see Luke 3:22; Exodus 4:22). Now, as Israel was tested for forty years in the wilderness,

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Into the Deep: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Readings: Isaiah 6:1-8 Psalm 138:1-5, 7-8 1 Corinthians 15:1-11 Luke 5:1-11 Simon Peter, the fisherman, is the first to be called personally by Jesus in Luke’s Gospel. His calling resembles Isaiah’s commissioning in the First Reading: Confronted with the holiness of the Lord, both Peter and Isaiah are overwhelmed by a sense of their sinfulness

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