The readings for the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B make us think of how we are blind and how Jesus can give us new vision. Sight, healing, and answering the call of Jesus are themes for this weekend.
30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
On the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, we can think about how we see ourselves and others. If we are humble, we can be healed and we can love others. If we are self-righteous, we look down on those around us instead of viewing them through the eyes of love. Let us come to Jesus in humility and ask him to heal us. Here are some resources for this Sunday for youth ministers, catechists , and families.
The readings for the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year A are a call to love. So possible themes for this Sunday are social justice topics, a discussion of different types of love, or discipleship.
The readings for 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C focus on God’s mercy for the poor and the humble. Do I trust in my own strength and look out for myself? Or do I believe that if I let go of power that God will care for me?