Roc Homily (c) – Twenty-Ninth Sunday Ordinary Time 2016

A Parable for Today: God’s will for us to pray always


There is one prayer, it seems to me.  It is “thy kingdom come, thy will be done.”  In other words, we pray for repentance.  That would mean me and you praying for repentance in the midst of contemporary “scorched earth policy” made manifest in these final days before the presidential election 2016 – “Do we do ourselves in so that we might win.”

“When the Son of Man comes, will he find faith on the earth?”  Or will there only be the earth you and I have scorched.  We can blame the other or pray for repentance.  What’s your call?


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