Thirty-Second Week in Ordinary Time

When the Apostles asked Jesus to increase their faith, the Lord said that even faith as small as a mustard seed would allow them to work wonders. The Lord came for everyone. Ten lepers realized that Jesus had cured them all, but only one, a Samaritan, returned to give thanks to God. Pharisees asked when the Kingdom of God would come. Jesus said to look around. He warned the Disciples that He would suffer rejection and that impostors would try to mislead people until He came back. In a parable, Jesus described a judge who finally ruled in favor of a widow who had pestered him for a just verdict. Likewise, God helps people who pray to Him. Going about our ordinary, everyday tasks, do we put prayer at the beginning, end, or within whatever we have on our to-do lists?