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FAQ for Homily for 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
October 2 , It is common in today's world to find Catholics who openly disagree with core Catholic teaching. We all know people who say that they are Catholic, but who don't come to Mass on Sunday - they only come on Christmas and Easter, if they come at all. We all have heard or read about politicians who say that they are ardent and practicing Catholics, but who publicly support laws that go directly against some of the most basic tenets of morality as taught by the Catholic Church. And if we are honest with ourselves, we even recognize in our own lives this same tendency. We call ourselves practicing Catholics, and yet we spend more time working on our favorite hobbies than on our prayer life. We spend more time becoming an expert in our profession than in our faith.
Obedience To His Will! This brief reflection was written by Rev. Njoku Canice Chukwuemeka, C. It is on the note of these very significant words of Samuel to Saul that we begin our reflection on this 26th Sunday of ordinary time. This Sunday, the Holy Mother Church draws our attention in a most special way to the importance of realizing what God wants from us and obediently carrying them out. A brief but very interesting story though with unconfirmed historicity goes thus: During the US civil war Abraham Lincoln met with a group of ministers for a prayer breakfast.
It practically means saying no to God. The two sons in the parable disobeyed the father. Both of them offended the father. Ultimately, it is not the words that really matter but the deed.