Sunday 1st February 2015

In today’s first reading Moses promises that one day God will raise up from among the people a new prophet, to whom they must pay attention.  That promise was fulfilled in Jesus of Nazareth as the one who speaks for God and about God because he is the Son of God.  The crowds that followed Jesus, however, seemed to have divided into various groups.  In today’s Gospel, there were those who focused on the extraordinary healing of the man who was possessed by an unclean spirit. But there were others who seemed to be more reflective and were drawn to the message of Jesus.  While Jesus was both teacher and miracle worker, we are told that his teaching made a deep impression on the people because his “teaching was new and with authority behind it”.  It is worth remembering . ...Read More

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