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    • Reflection for Wednesday November 28, 2018: 34th Week of Ordinary Time. 

      Naatz, Susan (University Ministry, Creighton University.Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2018-11-28)
      Jesuit educational institutions have a long-standing tradition of beginning the academic year with a special Mass of the Holy Spirit.  It is a prayerful gathering of Jesuit priests, students, staff and faculty from every ...
    • Reflection for Wednesday, November 23, 2016: 34th Week in Ordinary Time. 

      Wirth, Eileen (University Ministry, Creighton University.Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2016-11-23)
      "All the nations will come and worship before you, for your righteous acts have been revealed."|Revelations|On a trip to India years ago, I observed a group of devout women making "pujas" in front of a statue of a Hindu ...
    • Reflection for Wednesday, November 24, 2004: 34th week in Ordinary Time. 

      Whitney, Tamora (University Ministry, Creighton University.Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2004-11-24)
      "Great and wonderful are your works, Lord God almighty" |In fall especially I'm in awe at the great and wonderful works of the Lord. I love the colorful leaves. There is the most beautiful vibrant little red tree down the ...
    • Reflection for Wednesday, November 24, 2010: 34th week in Ordinary Time. 

      Whitney, Tamora (University Ministry, Creighton University.Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2010-11-24)
      Today's gospel is hard to get a handle on. Jesus is actually talking directly to his disciples here, but in the bigger picture, aren't we all disciples? And he tells them that things will be hard for them. They will be ...
    • Reflection for Wednesday, November 26, 2008: 34th week in Ordinary Time. 

      Bannantine, Tom, S.J. (University Ministry, Creighton University.Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2008-11-26)
      Daily Reflection readers for the past week will know that the gospel reading for today is part of St. Luke's account of Jesus' discourse about the end times. In today's reading Jesus speaks of the persecution that many of ...
    • Reflection for Wednesday, November 26, 2014: 34th week in Ordinary Time. 

      Pierre, Sam (University Ministry, Creighton University.Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2014-11-26)
      |You will be hated by all because of my name, but not a hair on your head will be destroyed. By your perseverance you will secure your lives. (Luke 21:17-19)|Heaven is going to be incredible. I adore the thought of singing ...
    • Reflection for Wednesday, November 27, 2002: 34th week in Ordinary Time. 

      Waldron, Maureen McCann (University Ministry, Creighton University.Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2002-11-27)
      We don't have to be afraid. Today's readings may send chills down our spine, but the invitation to us is not to fear.||In this final handful of days in the liturgical year, we are given a "great and awe-inspiring" vision ...
    • Reflection for Wednesday, November 28, 2012: 34th week in Ordinary Time. 

      Waldron, Maureen McCann (University Ministry, Creighton University.Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2012-11-28)
      We don't have to be afraid. Today's readings may send chills down our spine, but the invitation to us is not to fear.|In this final handful of days in the liturgical year, we are given a "great and awe-inspiring" vision ...
    • Reflection for Wednesday, November 29, 2000: 34th week in Ordinary Time. 

      Whitney, Tamora (University Ministry, Creighton University.Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2000-11-29)
      Today, the first reading and the psalm response seem to fit nicely together, but at first glance the gospel reading seems incongruous. The reading and the psalm are all about praise, and the gospel is about the persecution ...
    • Reflection for Wednesday, November 29, 2006: 34th week in Ordinary Time. 

      Whitney, Tamora (University Ministry, Creighton University.Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2006-11-29)
      Today, the first reading and the psalm response seem to fit nicely together, but at first glance the gospel reading seems incongruous. The reading and the psalm are all about praise, and the gospel is about the persecution ...