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This Weeks Posts: Sunday Oct 24- Saturday Oct 30

Posted by Dim Bulb on October 30, 2010

Note: blogging will be sparse for a while as I am in the process of preparing a sizable number of posts for the Advent season which begins on November 28th. I will begin posting these a week prior to the start of Advent (i.e., on Nov 21).  Also, some posts listed below are scheduled in advance and will not become available until the time indicated. Posts may be added at any time during the week.

SUNDAY OCT 24:
30th Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Last weeks posts, Oct 17-23.

Resources for Sunday Mass, Oct 24. A weekly feature of this blog. Resources for next Sunday’s Mass, Oct 31, will be posted on Wednesday.

MONDAY OCT 25.
3oth Week in Ordinary Time.

Readings.

My notes on Today’s Psalm.

Aquinas’ Lecture on Today’s Psalm. Latin and English text side by side.

Father Patrick Boylan on Today’s Psalm.

A Lectio Diovina Reading of Today’s Psalm.

Pope Benedict XVI on Today’s Psalm.

A Protestant Commentary on Today’s Psalm. Contains almost no actual commentary but does include many helpful cross references.

Aquinas’ Catena Aurea on Today’s Gospel. Available 12:05 AM EST.

Some Disputatious Thoughts On Conscience. Links to a several brief but interesting posts on the subject of conscience.

Accelerating Towards the Abyss: The Real Story of Fiscal Year 2010. Disturbing.

Comparing Jews to Nazis Meets NPR’s ‘Editorial Standards and Practices’ NPR & PBS have raised the double standard to an art form.

Who Knew 60 Minutes Was Still Capable of Hard Hitting Journalism Against the Left? Kind of a shocker.

AFL-CIO Official: “Jesus Christ Couldn’t Do Anything More Than Obama Has Done.” I bet He could stop spending money and demonizing opponents.

TUESDAY OCT 26:
30th Week in Ordinary Time.

Readings.

Bernardin de Piconio on Today’s First Reading. Available at midnight.

Aquinas Catena Aurea on Today’s Gospel. Available 12:05 AM EST.

Father Callan on 2 Thess 1:11-2:2 for Sunday Mass, Oct 31. Available 12:10 AM EST.

Aquinas Catena Aurea on Luke 19:1-10 for Sunday Mass, Oct 31. Available 12:15 AM EST.

Bernardin de Piconio on Philippians 3:17-4:3 for Sunday Mass, Oct 31 (Extraordinary Form). Available 12:20 AM EST.

Aquinas’ Catena Aurea on Matt 9:18-26 for Sunday Mass, Oct 31 (Extraordinary Form) Available 12:25 AM EST.

WEDNESDAY OCT 27:
30th Week in Ordinary Time.

Readings.

Bernardin de Piconio on Today’s First Reading. Available at Midnight.

Aquinas’ Catena Aurea on Today’s Gospel. Available 12:05 AM EST.

Juan de Maldonado on Matt 9:18-26 for Sunday Mass, Oct 31 (Extraordinary Form). Available 12:10 AM EST.

Resources for Sunday Mass, Oct 31 (Ordinary & Extraordinary Forms).

THURSDAY OCT 28:
Feast of Saints Simon and Jude, Apostles.

Readings.

Pope Benedict XVI on Saints Simon and Jude.

Bernardin de Piconio on Today’s 1st Reading. Available at Midnight.

Bishop MacEvily’s Commentary on the Epistle of St Jude. Available 12:05 AM EST.

FRIDAY OCT 29:
30th Week in Ordinary Time
.

Readings.

Bernardin de Piconio on Today’s 1st Reading. Available 12:05 AM EST.

Aquinas Catena Aurea on today’s Gospel. Available 12:10 AM EST.

Father Charles Callan’s Commentary on 1 Corinthians 7:25-40.

SATURDAY OCT 30:
30th Week in Ordinary Time.

Readings.

2 Responses to “This Weeks Posts: Sunday Oct 24- Saturday Oct 30”

  1. Thanks for.all you do. If I can help in anyway, please.let me know.

    Blessings,
    Deacon Tom Frankenfield

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