READINGS AND OFFICE:
Today’s Mass Readings (NABRE). Translation used in the USA.
Today’s Mass Readings (NJB). Scroll down slightly. The NJB is used in most other English speaking countries.
COMMENTARIES ON THE FIRST READING: Amos 8:4-7.
COMMENTARIES ON THE RESPONSORIAL: Psalm 113:1-2, 4-6, 7-8.
Father Boylan’s Introduction and Notes to Psalm 113. Whole psalm.
St Augustine’s Notes on Psalm 113. Whole psalm.
Patristic/Medieval Commentary on Psalm 113. Whole psalm.
Update: St Robert Bellarmine’s Commentary on Psalm 113. Whole psalm.
Pope Benedict XVI’s Commentary on Psalm 113. Whole psalm.
Word-Sunday Notes on Psalm 113. Whole psalm.
COMMENTARIES ON THE SECOND READING: 1 Timothy 2:1-8.
COMMENTARIES ON THE GOSPEL READING: Luke 16:1-13.
Father Fonck’s Commentary on Luke 16:1-13. St Joe of O Blog. Focuses on 1-9 but does touch upon 10-13.
Sacred Page Blog: God and Mammon. Insightful reflections on the readings from Catholic biblical scholar Dr. John Bergsma.
Doctrinal Homily Outlines. Gives theme of the readings, doctrinal message, suggested pastoral applications.
Scripture in Depth. Succinct summary of the readings.
Thought From the Early Church: Gaudentius of Brescia. Brief commentary.
Lector Notes. Brief historical and theological background
The Wednesday Word. Time sensitive link. Reflections and commentary on the Sunday readings by Father Dom Henry Wansbrough, O.S.B. He is a world renowned biblical scholar who contributed four commentaries on the NT section of the New Catholic Commentary on Holy Scripture (Matt, Mark, Acts, Pastorals), and was general editor of the New Jerusalem Bible.
Prepare For Mass. Not yet available. Devotional video’s, links, etc.
St Martha’s Bible Study Podcast. Looks at all of the readings in some detail.
Dr. Scott Hahn’s Sunday Bible Reflections. Brief. Does good job of highlighting the major theme(s) of the readings.
Father Robert Barron’s Homily Podcast. From the noted speaker, author, theologian. I’ve linked to the archive page because as I post this his homily for the coming Sunday has not yet been posted.
Father Francis Martin’s Reflections on the Readings: in four parts. Approx. 15 minutes each.