|Quality: DVD9||Release date: January 26, 2018|
|Duration: 64 min||Original title: Tempo Comum|
The third Sunday in Ordinary Time. "The kingdom of God is at hand.— Diocese of Allentown (@AllentownDioces) January 21, 2018
Repent and believe in the Gospel."
Someone should tell that navidad is over we’re back to ordinary time now 😂— Evan Ward (@theCCMtweets) January 23, 2018
It may be "Ordinary Time" in the Novus Ordo, but in the TLM calendar we are celebrating Sundays after Epiphany. Makes it seem much more special somehow!— Mulier Fortis (@MulierFortis) January 14, 2018
GOSPEL POWER— Nelly G Basco (@NellyGBasco) January 22, 2018
January 23, Tuesday, 3rd Week in Ordinary Time Mk 3:31-35#ALDUBMissNaMiss
Contemplating today’s Gospel Monday 3rd in Ordinary Time 'But whoever slanders the Holy Spirit will never be forgiven'— evangeli.net (@evangeli_net_en) January 22, 2018
Saturday of the Second Week in Ordinary Time:— US Catholic Bishops (@USCCB) January 20, 2018
Had to laugh at a headline "Eagles fans are bleeding green even in church." Um...it's green for Ordinary Time; liturgical colors have existed longer than football has.— Laurel Garver (@LaurelGarver) January 21, 2018
If the playoffs were in Lent, would you assume that God likes the Vikings?
Sports fans are so weird.
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time: Already Holy Mother Church is pointing us through Sacred Scripture to our great penitential season of Lent. Only in turning away from sin and turning to Jesus intentionally do we have our hope for heaven.— Bishop David Kagan (@VescovoDDK) January 21, 2018
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time :— US Catholic Bishops (@USCCB) January 21, 2018
"Ordinary Time" is too bureaucratic a name for a liturgical season.— Fr. Peter Totleben (@brpetertotleben) January 17, 2018
1st reading of 3rd Sunday in ordinary time of the year!— Chphilipa (@ChiomaPhi) January 21, 2018
Tuesday of the Third Week in Ordinary Time:— US Catholic Bishops (@USCCB) January 23, 2018
Our vocation in this life is not to live a perpetual holiday. It is to be as ordinary as Jesus was, for our God loves the ordinary.— First Things (@firstthingsmag) January 18, 2018