9th Week in Ordinary Time—Year II Meditations & Homily Builder


Monday, 9th Week in Ordinary Time—Year II

  • Evil desire causes the world’s corruption; the injustice, theft, and murder in the vineyard.
  • The tenants were unfaithful, vicious, ignorant, rash, fickle, disloyal, and cold, for they lacked love.
  • Though the prophets and God’s son were slain, they now dwell and abide with the Most High,

Petitions:  Loving Stewardship, Renters, Justice


Tuesday, 9th Week in Ordinary Time—Year II

  • Like Jesus’ either/or-defying answer, we’re to “wait for and hasten the coming of the day of God.”
  • As gold is perishable even though tested by fire, money will not outlive this creation. (1 Peter 1:7)
  • Jesus’ patience gave the Pharisees, the Herodians, and Caesar a chance for salvation.

Petitions:  Active Contempatives, Corrupted Leaders, Generosity


Wednesday, 9th Week in Ordinary Time—Year II

  • Timothy had greater knowledge of the Scriptures and of God’s miracles than the Sadducees.
  • We are confident that the God of the living is able to guard the life entrusted to us forever.
  • Jesus was unashamed to testify to the resurrection, for there was nothing to be ashamed of.

Petitions:  Young Priests, Courageous Testimony, Beloved Dead


Thursday, 9th Week in Ordinary Time—Year II

  • Notwithstanding history’s “first” commandment, Jesus was a celibate workman for God.
  • Faithfulness to him requires not only external sacrifice, but love for God and neighbor.
  • Jesus was not “disputing about words,” but answering questions that mattered.

Petitions:  Catholic Apologists, The Falsely Accused, Civility


Friday, 9th Week in Ordinary Time—Year II

  • “All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful,” but the Word Incarnate is richer.
  • Remaining “faithful to what you have learned” allows mysteries to be unveiled to us.
  • All religious Christians will be persecuted, but all enemies shall be placed under his feet.

Petitions:  Scripture Study, Our Persecutors, Patient Endurance


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