Twenty-Fifth Sunday of the Year (C)
1 He also said to his disciples, 'There was a rich man and he had a steward who was denounced to him for being wasteful with his property.
2 He called for the man and said, "What is this I hear about you? Draw me up an account of your stewardship because you are not to be my steward any longer."
3 Then the steward said to himself, "Now that my master is taking the stewardship from me, what am I to do? Dig? I am not strong enough. Go begging? I should be too ashamed.
4 Ah, I know what I will do to make sure that when I am dismissed from office there will be some to welcome me into their homes."
5 'Then he called his master's debtors one by one. To the first he said, "How much do you owe my master?"
6 "One hundred measures of oil," he said. The steward said, "Here, take your bond; sit down and quickly write fifty."
7 To another he said, "And you, sir, how much do you owe?" "One hundred measures of wheat," he
Sunday Gospel Reflection With Fr. Bill Grimm
September 20, 2013
Jesus speaks of "dishonest wealth." His presupposition is that wealth is something that stands against the justice of God. But, Jesus recognizes that possessions are a normal part of life, and that some will have more than others. As he so often does, Jesus shifts the focus.
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