Twenty Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

This Weeks Readings: 2 Kings 5.14-17; Psalm 98; 2 Timothy 2.8-13; Luke 17.11-19.

As Christ makes his way to the cross, he accedes to the pleas of ten lepers for pity. The consummation of the Samaritan leper's healing happens when he falls at the feet of Jesus in thanksgiving. The formerly skeptical Naaman returns to Elisha filled with gratitude and praise for God once his leprosy is healed by plunging into the Jordan. He resolves to live the rest of his life worshiping no other god but the Lord. Saint Paul warns: "if we deny him, he will deny us." For us, fervent thanksgiving prevents us from ever denying God; it keeps us strong in the faith that saves us. (Magnificat - October 2019)  read more »

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