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The BreadCast

Daily Exposition of the Readings for Catholic Mass...

as well as Prayers to the Saints on the General Roman Calendar (for the U.S.).  

From the books Our Daily Bread and Prayers to the Saints by James H. Kurt - both with imprimatur.

Feb 28, 2019

(Sir.6:5-17;   Ps.119:12,16,18,27,34-35;   Mk.10:1-12)

 

“They are no longer two but one flesh.”

 

How much more clearly could the Lord speak of the unity found in marriage and so the respect due this sacrament?  How better could He get His point across to you that marriage is indissoluble, that it is not to be played...


Feb 27, 2019

(Sir.5:1-8;   Ps.1:1-4,6,40:50;   Mk.9:41-50)

 

“Mercy and anger are alike with Him;

upon the wicked alights His wrath.”

 

“The way of the wicked vanishes.”  It must vanish.  It cannot but vanish, for there is no place for wickedness in the kingdom of God.  And so, what is wicked must “be thrown into...


Feb 26, 2019

(Sir.4:11-19;   Ps.119:165,168,171-172,174-175;   Mk.9:38-40)

 

“Those who serve her serve the Holy One;

those who love her the Lord loves.”

 

Such is wisdom, she who “instructs her children and admonishes those who seek her,” she under whose counsel we become the children of God.

And I cannot help but think as...


Feb 25, 2019

(Sir.2:1-11;   Ps.37:3-5,18-19,27-28,39-40;   Mk.9:30-37)

“My son, when you come to serve the Lord,

prepare yourself for trials.”

Is Jesus not “teaching His disciples in this vein” when He speaks of His imminent death, a death they shall share, and calls them to “remain the least one of all and the servant of...


Feb 24, 2019

(Sir.1:1-10;   Ps.93:1-2,5;   Mk.9:14-29)

 

“There is but one, wise and truly awe-inspiring,

seated upon His throne: It is the Lord.”

 

“The Lord is King, in splendor robed,” and He alone knows “wisdom’s root” and all “her subtleties”; for it is He who created her and “poured her forth upon all His...