See the Poor | Liturgy Live 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

by Evangelization, Holiness, Jesus Christ, Love and Relationships, Social Justice, World's View

This week on the podcast we talk about needing to be present to the poor. In the first reading we talk about how the Prophet Amos was talking about the leaders in the temple were abusing the items meant for serving God and set aside for His worship. It shows that they are unable to see the sign of the times because they will go into exile first. In the second reading we talk about how St Paul gives us the goals to strive for in a mirror image from the sins of the first reading. We should be striving for sanctification. In the Gospel we talk about serving the poor and being able to actually see the poor around us while being in such a comfortable culture. There is different ways to serve and love those who are in poverty and we should be seeking those out in our lives.

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The readings for this week can be found here. 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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