SCRIPTURES & ART: A look at the readings for the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time, through the eyes of Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens
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Scripture scholar John Bergsma helps us deepen our understanding of the ‘A’ cycle of readings, built around the Gospel of Matthew, which we will hear at Sunday Mass in the coming liturgical year. Then, in an Editor’s Corner, we explore the new causes for canonization of three American women.
SCRIPTURES & ART: The example of prayer stimulates more prayer.
SCRIPTURES & ART: Today’s Gospel focuses on Jesus’ multiplication of five loaves and two fishes.
The scene of Jesus’ appearance before Herod is depicted in art by 18th-century painter John Valentine Haidt.
SCRIPTURES & ART: The theme of today’s Gospel is ‘Authenticity.’
He who made the heavens rules them — so should we be surprised there will be signs in them?
SCRIPTURES & ART: Good is good and evil is evil. Pick sides.
Homily for the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time