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Program for Monday, April 28, 2008 (#08-18)
St. Ignatius of Antioch, how Jesus handled betrayal, receiving the Eucharist, the story of the Pharisee and tax collector and the Holy Land are topics explored in this



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Bible Break
One of Jesus’ best-known parables is that of the Pharisee and the tax collector from Luke’s Gospel. It challenges us: Do we have the humility of the tax collector, praying humbly in the temple? Or are we more like the Pharisee—caught up in his own boasting? Scripture scholar and Franciscan Sister Barbara Leonhard helps unlock the meaning of this parable.

Living Faith with Judy Zarick Living Faith with Judy Zarick
Bill Schoessling is executive director of Love, Inc. This is a network of churches and individuals, working together to identify and assess the needs of families and individuals and helping direct them to the appropriate resources. Their goal is to help their clients help themselves.

Love, Inc.

Ask a Franciscan Ask a Franciscan
Franciscan Father Don Miller answers e-mailed questions: How would Jesus have us handle betrayal? May a person who’s in treatment for mental illnesses receive the Eucharist?

Minute Meditation Minute Meditation
This program’s Minute Meditation is from Jesus in the House: Gospel Reflections on Christ’s Presence in the Home by Allan F. Wright.

Jesus in the House: Gospel Reflections on Christ’s Presence in the Home by Allan F. Wright

Exploring Our Faith with John Feister Exploring Our Faith with John Feister
Franciscan Father Jeremy Harrington, who directs the center in Washington, D.C., that promotes the work of the friars in the Holy Land, helps us appreciate the feast of the Ascension. For more than 700 years, the Franciscans have cared for the sacred places revered for their connection to Jesus and his earliest followers. Earlier this year, Father Jeremy visited the shrine in the Holy Land traditionally revered as the place where Jesus ascended into heaven.

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