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Popes Mass: the Lord will find us in our sins and mistakes

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Pope Francis focused on humility, during his homily at Casa Santa Marta. He made a contrast between people who are completely sure of themselves, and the hum...

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  1. Cheryl
    1 year ago

    Thank you for this short but powerful video on a sermon by Pope Francis. It comes this morning at a time I desperately needed to hear those words because it is so easy to forget His mercy and concentrate only on God's justice.

    My mouth spoke out in pride this morning, hurting others in my home, especially those with very young ears. When I realized what I had done, I could only cry, for Jesus was the true one I had hurt. I failed Him, and that hurt the worst of all.

    These words gave me hope that I could again call on His mercy to help this family's brokenness and to teach us how to truly love one another.

    Amen. Thanks be to the Living God that He did not leave us to wallow in our filth. Thanks be to God that He is the kind of Father that would be willing to embrace us even while we still smell of our sins.


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