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  • Writer's pictureFr. Kris

Twenty Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time ‘a’

Some people, even if they don’t share your beliefs, like to talk, listen, and ask questions about your faith. They may never change and become believers, but when people are hungry for information and are able to listen, there is always room for constructive conversation. And there are those who will ask you questions about your faith and religion, but the reason behind that is just to criticize you or prove that you are wrong. They may even want to entrap you just like they tried with Jesus by asking Him if they should pay taxes to their occupant, Caesar. Obviously, Jesus was too smart for them and surprised them with His brilliant answer. But this whole situation teaches me that with some people we may have a nice respectful conversation and with others it is better not to get into any dialogue.

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