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Mar 08 - Homily: Accept Your Cross With Mary

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Father Matthias takes this first Saturday of Lent to reflect on the suffering the Virgin Mary endured in Her cooperation with Jesus in our salvation. Let us turn to Her to learn how to accept the crosses that will come our way as we try to live this life united to Jesus Crucified. Ave Maria! Mass: Saturday after Ash Wednesday - Wkdy - Form: OF Readings: 1st: isa 58:9-14 Resp: psa 86:1-2, 3-4, 5-6 Gsp: luk 5:27-32


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  1. Connie Massawe
    1 year ago

    I really apreciated the homily. It enlightened me that those who are more loved are invited to share Christ sufferings on the cross even more.
    One consolation though, no matter how hwavy is the burden we are to trust God to see us through.
    All Christians should see how central was Virgin Mary's role in our salvation and to read the bible and leave out Mary is just like putting a curtain in front of you, you won't the message of our salvation


    1 year ago

    Thank you Father.

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