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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.

Oct 30, 2020

(Phil.1:18-26;   Ps.42:2-3,5;   Lk.14:1,7-11)

 

“When you are invited by someone to a wedding party,

do not sit in the place of honor

in case some greater dignitary has been invited.”

 

At the feast of the marriage of Christ to mankind, we are the lesser party, and must act humbly before our God.

Jesus comes among...


Oct 29, 2020

(Phil.1:1-11;   Ps.111:1-6;   Lk.14:1-6)

 

“My prayer is that your love may more and more abound.”

 

Paul’s prayer is addressed to the Philippians, who “have all continually helped promote the Gospel from the very first day” he came into their midst preaching.  He overflows with love for them himself and finds...


Oct 28, 2020

(Eph.6:10-20;   Ps.144:1-2,9-10;   Lk.13:31-35)

“Today and tomorrow I cast out devils and perform cures,

and on the third day my purpose is accomplished.”

“Blessed be the Lord, my rock, who trains my hands for battle, my fingers for war,” King David sings, for the Lord is the “shield… who subdues peoples...


Oct 26, 2020

(Eph.5:21-33;   Ps.128:1-5;   Lk.13:18-21)

 

“To what shall I compare the reign of God?”

 

Jesus Himself compares it to a mustard seed which grows so steadily into a “large shrub,” and to yeast which makes “the whole mass of dough” rise.  And Paul tells us of the marriage union that it “refers to Christ...


Oct 25, 2020

(Eph.4:32-5:8;   Ps.1:1-4,6,Eph.5:1;   Lk.13:10-17)

 

“There was a time when you were darkness,

but now you are light in the Lord.”

 

Brothers and sisters, remember always that “God has forgiven you in Christ.”  Once you “walk[ed] in the way of sinners,” but now you are as he who “delights in the law of...