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Default Guide's on Homilies and Reflections: Next Sundays Gospel Reading [Luke 18:1-8]

Hey guys, I have to give a reflection on next Sundays Gospel Reading[Luke 18:1-8], this Thursday for My Catholic Students Movement meeting. I was wonder, what tools are there to help me better understand it. Are there any guides or Homilies I could look at? Also a Prayer and exercises I could use for the group could be a nice plus.


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Old Oct 12, '10, 8:47 am
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Default Re: Guide's on Homilies and Reflections: Next Sundays Gospel Reading [Luke 18:1-8]

I google searched: Luke 18 catholic homily

http://www.google.com/search?q=Luke+...8&sourceid=ie7
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Old Oct 12, '10, 9:27 pm
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Default Re: Guide's on Homilies and Reflections: Next Sundays Gospel Reading [Luke 18:1-8]

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Hey guys, I have to give a reflection on next Sundays Gospel Reading[Luke 18:1-8], this Thursday for My Catholic Students Movement meeting. I was wonder, what tools are there to help me better understand it. Are there any guides or Homilies I could look at? Also a Prayer and exercises I could use for the group could be a nice plus.
Here are a couple of resources that should help you:

St. Charles Borromeo Bible Study

Catholic Matters.

Also, if you e-mail me directly I can send you a copy of my one page Bible study that usually appears on my website (below) on Wednesday nights.
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