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They took up twelve baskets full of the broken pieces left over

Rom 15:2: Each of us should please his neighbor for his good, to build him up.
  Let us Pray ...
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Heavenly Father, Holy and perfect God, help us see the brokenness, hurt, and difficulties in the lives around us. Please use us to bless others who so dreadfully need to experience your love and grace. In Infant Jesus' name we pray. Amen.
  Today's Readings ... (August 01, 2011)
Memorial of Saint Alphonsus Liguori, bishop and doctor of the Church
First Reading: Nehemiah 11:4b-15
Responsorial Psalm:  Psalm 81:12-13,14-15,16-17
Gospel: Matthew 14:22-36
  Meditation on Today's Gospel: (Matthew 14:22-36)
The signs which Jesus did, including the astounding feeding of the five thousand signified that God the Father had certainly sent his single begotten Son as the anointed Prophet and King for his people. Jesus' nourished of the five thousand is the only miracle recorded in all four gospels. What is the meaning of this miracle? Why did Jesus command his disciples to do what appeared impossible – to feed such a large and hungry throng when there were no sufficient provisions in sight? Jesus, no doubt wanted to experiment their faith and to teach them to rely upon God for their stipulation. The miraculous feeding of such a huge number pointed to God's provision of manna in the wilderness for the people of Israel under Moses' guidance. This food foreshadowed the exact heavenly bread which Jesus would offer his followers. Jesus makes an assert only God can make: He is the true bread of heaven that can make happy the deepest hunger we experience. The feeding of the five thousand demonstrates the remarkable kindness of God and his great generosity towards each one of us. When God gives, he gives abundantly. He gives more than we need for ourselves that we may have something to share with others, especially those who need what they require. God takes the small we have and multiplies it for the good of others. Do you trust in God's specification for you and do you share freely with others, mainly those who lack?
Yesterday:

Herod the tetrarch heard about the fame of Jesus...

Tomorrow:

Tuesday of the Eighteenth Week in Ordinary Time




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