Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time (Rosalino Reyes Dizon)

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Author: Rosalino Reyes Dizon .

A native of the Philippines, Ross Reyes Dizon lives with his wife, Melody, in Vallejo, California. They are the parents of two grown-up sons, Vincent and Justin, and grandparents of 19-month old Maximilian Frédéric. Ross has been posting Sunday readings reflections to various Vincentian web sites, including this site.


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Let yourselves be drawn by the lowly (Rom. 12:16) Calling our attention are those who go around in long robes, receiving greetings in marketplaces and lavish welcome in religious services and banquets.  They are admired … Read More

Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time (Rosalino Reyes Dizon)

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Author: Rosalino Reyes Dizon .

A native of the Philippines, Ross Reyes Dizon lives with his wife, Melody, in Vallejo, California. They are the parents of two grown-up sons, Vincent and Justin, and grandparents of 19-month old Maximilian Frédéric. Ross has been posting Sunday readings reflections to various Vincentian web sites, including this site.


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Love is the fulfillment of the law (Rom. 13:10—NABRE) Jesus is asked which of the commandments is first.  The question concerns us, never mind if it comes from the scribe who assents or the Pharisee … Read More

Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Rosalino Reyes Dizon)

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Author: Rosalino Reyes Dizon .

A native of the Philippines, Ross Reyes Dizon lives with his wife, Melody, in Vallejo, California. They are the parents of two grown-up sons, Vincent and Justin, and grandparents of 19-month old Maximilian Frédéric. Ross has been posting Sunday readings reflections to various Vincentian web sites, including this site.


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To pray always without becoming weary (Lk. 18:1—NABRE) St. Augustine reminds Proba of the teaching that discounts talkativeness:  our Father knows beforehand our needs.  Hence, we are asked to pray not so that God may know … Read More

Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Rosalino Reyes Dizon)

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Author: Rosalino Reyes Dizon .

A native of the Philippines, Ross Reyes Dizon lives with his wife, Melody, in Vallejo, California. They are the parents of two grown-up sons, Vincent and Justin, and grandparents of 19-month old Maximilian Frédéric. Ross has been posting Sunday readings reflections to various Vincentian web sites, including this site.


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New wine is poured into fresh wineskins (Mk. 2:22—NABRE) The other apostles are indignant at James and John.  Is it because the ten consider the two either hard-hearted or lacking in intelligence that they either … Read More

Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Rosalino Reyes Dizon)

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Author: Rosalino Reyes Dizon · Year of first publication: 2012.

A native of the Philippines, Ross Reyes Dizon lives with his wife, Melody, in Vallejo, California. They are the parents of two grown-up sons, Vincent and Justin, and grandparents of 19-month old Maximilian Frédéric. Ross has been posting Sunday readings reflections to various Vincentian web sites, including this site.


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Blessed are you who are poor, for the kingdom of God is yours (Lk. 6:20—NABRE) They warn against idolatry, both the teaching, “You cannot serve God and mammon,” and the one that says, “It is … Read More