11th Sunday Ordinary Time – Audio Recap

Sowing the SeedI complete my move this afternoon. If you know me, you know I fret & get busy about many things. Me & Martha.

Whatever the case, I believe this homily had some good stuff in it. Perhaps it will speak to you! “On the Road Again…”

In interpreting the second parable, that of the mustard seed, the same considerations apply. It does not speak of the evolutionary growth of the kingdom or the church. The only difference between the two parables is that the first emphasizes that the farmer can do nothing to produce or hasten the end of the process, whereas the second emphasizes exclusively the contrast between the small beginnings and the final consummation.



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