Monthly Archives: January 2013

Catholics and Bible Study

January 27, 2013Marcellino D’Ambrosio, PH.D.Third Sunday in Ordinary Time   There is a myth that we must lay to rest, once and for all–Protestants are all about the Bible, while Catholics are all about the Sacraments. While I can’t speak … Continue reading

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The Wedding Feast at Cana

January 20, 2013Marcellino D’Ambrosio, PH.D.Second Sunday in Ordinary Time Everyone knows the story of the first of the Lord’s “signs” — how Jesus changed water into wine at the wedding feast of Cana at the request of Mary, his mother. … Continue reading

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Baptism of the Son of God

  January 13, 2013Marcellino D’Ambrosio, PH.D.The Baptism of The Lord   The Jews were absolutely unique in the Ancient world. Not only did their religion forbid them to worship gods other than the Lord, but their prophets actually taught that … Continue reading

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Epiphany

January 6, 2013 Campion P. Gavaler, OSBThe Epiphany of The Lord Matthew 2:1-12  Gospel SummaryThe Epiphany gospel is a continuation of the Christmas story in Matthew’s prologue to his gospel (chapters 1-2). The prologue is a theological masterpiece in narrative … Continue reading

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