28th Sunday in Ordinary Time

October 9, 2016


Last week we spoke about how we increase our faith. And how do we do that? We said, we embrace the cross. We move towards it knowing that it is not the end, but part of the necessary journey towards the resurrection.

This week, our readings ask us to consider how we transform our pain and suffering – knowing that it is often something we cannot get rid of (try though we may), but that we can transform.

We learn this through two stories – the story of Naaman and 10 lepers who are healed. In both cases, you will find that transformation occurs only when they surrender their ego to humility.

CLICK HERE for the readings for 28th Sunday of Ordinary Time (2 Kings 5:14-17; Psalm 98; 2 Timothy 2:8-13; Luke 17:11-19)


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