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  • Third Sunday of Lent -   March 8, 2015 Respecting others is Respecting God   In the Synoptic Gospels of Mark, Matthew and Luke, it is very rare that we see Jesus getting angry. But in today’s Gospel of John, he made a whip out of cords and ordered all the vendors and moneychangers to vacate the temple. He said, […]
  • Co-Cathedral Hosts Rite of Election -   February 22, 2015 2:00 p.m. Mass The Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa hosted the Rite of Election. One hundred ninety candidates spread throughout Oahu’s twenty-five parishes, three ethnic Catholic communities, and one military community were in attendance. Bishop Silva was celebrant. The Rite of Election marks the beginning of the period of final, intense preparation for the […]
  • The Co-Cathedral is on Social Media -   In case you’ve missed it, the Co-Cathedral is on social media: Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. We are using these platforms as a way to highlight the many ministries and church members that makes this parish great.           Like us on Facebook by searching for: Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa of the […]
  • Religious Education Reflects With Stations Of The Cross - February 22, 2015 The Religious Education reflected the First Week of Lent with the Stations of The Cross. The students from Kindergarten through 5th grade stayed in the Parish Hall. The 6th-8th graders, Confirmation I & II students went outside where 14 stations were setup in order. There was a time for reading and reflection […]

 

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Third Sunday of Lent

March 8, 2015

Respecting others is Respecting God

In the Synoptic Gospels of Mark, Matthew and Luke, it is very rare that we see Jesus getting angry. But in today’s Gospel of John, he made a whip out of cords and ordered all the vendors and moneychangers to vacate the temple. He said, “Stop making my Father’s house a marketplace!” Why compare the temple to a marketplace? A marketplace is noisy, chaotic and filthy – the exact opposite of a temple: sacred, quiet, clean and orderly. Jesus gives deep respect and devotion to the temple because it is the house of God. His rage against the vendors and moneychangers is therefore understandable, as they desecrated the temple.

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