Homily (Reflection) for the Twenty-Seventh Sunday of the Year (A) (04th October, 2020) on the Gospel Is 5:1-7; Ps 79:9.12-16.19-20. (R. Is 5:7); Phil 4:6-9; Matt 21:33-43. There were two brothers; one was living in the city and the other at the village. As brothers, there were a lot of things they entrusted to each other without any form of written agreement or even a witness. One of those things was a piece of land inherited by the one in the city. He entrusted that piece of land to his brother because his brother needed where to cultivate. The one living in the village had cultivated that piece of land for more than two decades before the one in the city decided to relocate to the village. On his return, he made his intention of taking the piece of land back after harvest to his brother. To his greatest surprise, his brother denied ever receiving it from him rather from their late father. Topic: Wicked tenants.