15th Sunday
in
Ordinary Time




July 14, 2019
Vincent Van Gogh was staying in an institution for the mentally ill when he painted the work above, in May 1890. It is a mirrored copy of Eugène Delacroix'  Good Samaritan .
Readings

First Reading
Deuteronomy 30:10-14

Responsorial Psalm
Psalm 19:8-11

Second Reading
Colossians 1:15-20

Gospel
Luke 10:25-37
Universal Prayer
We pray for the gift of insight: that God will help us recognize our neighbor in the refugee, the homeless person, and in the members of other cultures, and inspire us in responding to their needs today. read more...

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What We Must Do: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Sunday Readings – We are to love God and our neighbor with all the strength of our being, as the scholar of the Law answers Jesus in this week’s Gospel. This command is nothing remote or mysterious—it’s already written in our hearts, in the book of Sacred Scripture. “You have only to carry it out,” Moses says in this week’s First Reading.

Resources for Spiritual Growth

St. Clare of Assisi Catholic Church

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