Twentieth Sunday of Ordinary Time (A): Matthew 15:21-28
Every generation has had its favorite images of Jesus. Since the 1960’s, we have tended to stress the ‘softer’ side of Jesus – his compassion, his openness, his willingness to forgive, his inclusivity. In other words, we have emphasized those aspects of Jesus which seem to fit best with the predominant values of our own culture. Many sayings and deeds of Jesus appear to fit this pattern.
But every now and then, we come across something like today’s Gospel reading. Continue reading “A Woman of Great Faith”