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What are some weekday homilies?

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Some weekday homilies are "Thursday in Week 3 of Advent" and "Tuesday of the First Week of Lent." Another weekday homily that talks about God's ability to change the world is "Thursday in the Second Week of Advent."

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"Thursday in Week 3 of Advent" contains readings from the books of Genesis and Matthew. The readings tell the story of the end of Jacob's life and Jacob's predictions for the tribe of Judah. The homily then skips to the life of Jesus and his lineage from David. The homily makes the point that God fulfills his promises and even uses sinful people to carry out his plan.

Similarly, "Tuesday of the First Week of Lent" talks about God's presence in the world. The homily talks about God's omniscience. The speaker encourages listeners to pray to God and to the saints. Likewise, "Thursday in the Second Week of Advent" talks about God's work of creation and his ability to restore nature and people.

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