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Looking to Sunday®

Fr. Tom Iwanowski

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The Podcast, LOOKING TO SUNDAY®, shows the connection between the Sunday Gospel Reading and daily life. The podcast is based on the assigned Gospel Reading for a particular Sunday in the liturgical calendar of the Roman Catholic Church. The podcast develops the thought contained in the weekly email message, LOOKING TO SUNDAY®, written by Fr. Tom Iwanowski.

Latest Episodes

Inflatable

The inflatable Christmas decorations that are currently very popular can convey not only the joy of Christmas, but also its spiritual significance. The homily is based on the meaning of Christmas and not on a particular reading.

-1 s2011 DEC 26
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Inflatable

The Power of "YES"

"Yes" is a powerful word. It can make things happen. Mary's "Yes" brought about the first Christmas. Our "Yes" to God makes Christmas continue and makes the kingdom come. The homily is based on Luke chapter 1, verses 26 to 38

-1 s2011 DEC 19
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The Power of "YES"

Personality Types

People have different types of personalities. John the Baptist certainly was person who was serious, brave, truthful, and self-confident. This homily explores the reasons for John's strong personality. The homily is based on John chapter 1, verses 6 to 8, 19 to 28.

-1 s2011 DEC 12
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Personality Types

Just Like John!

The message of John the Baptist attracted throngs of people. This homily asks why our Christian message seems so less attractive today. The homily is based on Mark chapter 1, verses 1 to 8.

-1 s2011 DEC 5
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Just Like John!

Watch for What?

To be truly watchful and alert, we need to know what or whom we are watching for. Advent calls us to be watchful for the Lord's glorious return, but perhaps we should be watchful for even more. The homily is baed on Mark chapter 13, verses 33 to 37.

-1 s2011 NOV 28
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Watch for What?

Making Cuts

We know that in life everyone does not get chosen for everything. Selections, judgments, cuts are made. The same is true in our spiritual life. God makes cuts. Apparently, not everyone is fit for the Kingdom of God. The homily is based on Matthew 25, verses 31 to 46.

-1 s2011 NOV 21
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Making Cuts

Investing in Us

Jesus tells a parable about a master who invests in three of his servant. Two reward the faith and confidence the master places in them. The third does not. God invests his blessings in us because God has faith in us, his servants. The homily is based on Matthew chapter 25, verses 14 to 30.

-1 s2011 NOV 14
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Investing in Us

Ready or Not

This homily relates the game of HIDE & SEEK to the parable of the ten virgins awaiting the bridegroom. The homily is based on Matthew chapter 25, verses 1 to 13.

-1 s2011 NOV 7
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Ready or Not

Leader Criticism

We often criticize leaders for their failings, particularly for telling people to do one thing, while they themselves do something else. Jesus accused the religious leaders of his day of the same thing. The homily focuses on inauthentic leaders and followers. The homily is based on Matthew 23, verses 1 to 12.

-1 s2011 OCT 31
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Leader Criticism

Gotcha!

"Gotcha" questions are designed to embarrass the person trying to answer the question, or to make the respondent look ignorant or foolish. When asked a "gotcha" question about the greatest commandment, Jesus turns the table on the questioner. The homily is based on Matthew, chapter 22, verses 34 to 40.

-1 s2011 OCT 24
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Gotcha!

Latest Episodes

Inflatable

The inflatable Christmas decorations that are currently very popular can convey not only the joy of Christmas, but also its spiritual significance. The homily is based on the meaning of Christmas and not on a particular reading.

-1 s2011 DEC 26
Comments
Inflatable

The Power of "YES"

"Yes" is a powerful word. It can make things happen. Mary's "Yes" brought about the first Christmas. Our "Yes" to God makes Christmas continue and makes the kingdom come. The homily is based on Luke chapter 1, verses 26 to 38

-1 s2011 DEC 19
Comments
The Power of "YES"

Personality Types

People have different types of personalities. John the Baptist certainly was person who was serious, brave, truthful, and self-confident. This homily explores the reasons for John's strong personality. The homily is based on John chapter 1, verses 6 to 8, 19 to 28.

-1 s2011 DEC 12
Comments
Personality Types

Just Like John!

The message of John the Baptist attracted throngs of people. This homily asks why our Christian message seems so less attractive today. The homily is based on Mark chapter 1, verses 1 to 8.

-1 s2011 DEC 5
Comments
Just Like John!

Watch for What?

To be truly watchful and alert, we need to know what or whom we are watching for. Advent calls us to be watchful for the Lord's glorious return, but perhaps we should be watchful for even more. The homily is baed on Mark chapter 13, verses 33 to 37.

-1 s2011 NOV 28
Comments
Watch for What?

Making Cuts

We know that in life everyone does not get chosen for everything. Selections, judgments, cuts are made. The same is true in our spiritual life. God makes cuts. Apparently, not everyone is fit for the Kingdom of God. The homily is based on Matthew 25, verses 31 to 46.

-1 s2011 NOV 21
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Making Cuts

Investing in Us

Jesus tells a parable about a master who invests in three of his servant. Two reward the faith and confidence the master places in them. The third does not. God invests his blessings in us because God has faith in us, his servants. The homily is based on Matthew chapter 25, verses 14 to 30.

-1 s2011 NOV 14
Comments
Investing in Us

Ready or Not

This homily relates the game of HIDE & SEEK to the parable of the ten virgins awaiting the bridegroom. The homily is based on Matthew chapter 25, verses 1 to 13.

-1 s2011 NOV 7
Comments
Ready or Not

Leader Criticism

We often criticize leaders for their failings, particularly for telling people to do one thing, while they themselves do something else. Jesus accused the religious leaders of his day of the same thing. The homily focuses on inauthentic leaders and followers. The homily is based on Matthew 23, verses 1 to 12.

-1 s2011 OCT 31
Comments
Leader Criticism

Gotcha!

"Gotcha" questions are designed to embarrass the person trying to answer the question, or to make the respondent look ignorant or foolish. When asked a "gotcha" question about the greatest commandment, Jesus turns the table on the questioner. The homily is based on Matthew, chapter 22, verses 34 to 40.

-1 s2011 OCT 24
Comments
Gotcha!
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