6th Sunday in Ordinary Time


Happy are we who trust in the Lord!

Join Dina Marie Hale on this weekly broadcast as she reflects upon the readings for the 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time. The readings for the Mass are from Jeremiah, Psalm 1, I Corinthians and the Gospel of Luke. Today we follow Jesus down from the mountain to the plain to speak to his apostles and hear the Sermon on the plain – a message of blessings and woes. May we trust in the Lord and find joy and happiness in his ways and wisdom. Now, join us for this reflection with Dina Marie.

Resources used in this recording are:

The Word Among Us: Daily Meditations for Catholics www.wau.org February 2022 Edition.

2022 Workbook for Lectors, Gospel Readers, and Proclaimers of the Word: United States Edition www.LTP.org

The readings for the Mass for the 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time: Jeremiah 17:5-8, Psalm 1, I Corinthians 15:12, 16-20 and Luke 6:17, 20-26.

For the daily liturgical readings visit: www.usccb.org or www.wau.org

The podcast of this program is at www.materdeiradio.com.

Prayers shared in this video are from:

Companion Prayers: A Guide to Prayer from the Companions of St. Anthony

12290 Folly Quarter Road

Ellicott City, MD 21042-1425

www.companionsofstanthony.org

Prayer for the sick

Lord Jesus, who went about doing good and healing all, we ask You to bless our friends who are sick. Give them the strength in body, courage in spirit, and patience in pain.

Let them recover their health, so that, restored to the Christian community, they may joyfully praise Your name, for You live and reign for ever and ever. Amen.  

Prayer for Healing

Loving God, You refresh us when we are weary. You restore us when we are broken. You heal us when we are wounded or ill. Hear my prayers for those presently in need of healing, especially my family and my loved ones. I implore you, dear Lord, to grant them health of mind and body. 

Divine healer, by Your life-giving grace, relieve their suffering, and nurture in them a full and complete recovery from their illness or injuries. 

Surround them with Your love and with the great power of Your healing Presence. Amen.

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A special thanks to the following people and parishes:

Father Paul Jeyamani, All Saints Catholic Church in Portland, Oregon – https://allsaintsportland.org/

Father Bryan Ochs, Father Michael Barbarossa and Deacon Fred Johnson, Rose de Viterbo in Longview, Washington; Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Kelso, Washington; St. Catherine Mission, Cathlamet, WA and St. Mary Catholic Church in Castle Rock, WA – https://www.stroselongview.com/

Father Emmanuel Ochigbo, Sunday Homily Series www.frochigbo.blogspot.com

Father Mike Schmitz Sunday Mass on Ascension Presents YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVdGX3N-WIJ5nUvklBTNhAw

Archbishop Alexander Sample, St. Mary’s Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland, Oregon. https://www.maryscathedral.com/

Father Anthony Galati, Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Beaverton, Oregon. https://www.h-t.org/

HIPPONE TV www.youtube.com/c/HIPPONETV in Kenya

Matthew Kelly and Dynamic Catholic www.DynamicCatholic.com

Thank you to all who have supported me by their prayers and encouragement in producing this weekly program.

With gratitude to the Holy Spirit for Your gifts and to my guardian angel and all the Holy Angels for their protection and guidance.