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This Week’s Sunday Journal

by Fr. Kelly

Sunday Journal
13th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Luke 9:51-62
June 26, 2016
One of my favorite points of reflection is attributed to Vatican II Jesuit theologian Fr. Karl Rahner, who once wrote in a prayer: You have seized me (Almighty God)…I have not grasped you! Our Readings this weekend offer examples of God reaching out and “seizing” someone who is needed to take on the work of a prophet. Elisha is willing to accept the very challenging task. The call appears to be “non- verbal.” Elijah simply threw his cloak over Elisha’s shoulders. Elisha, in turn, totally grasped what God asked of him, but asks for the little time it will take to go home and say good-bye to his family before getting down to business. That seems like a reasonable thing to do....

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