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Apr 22 - Homily: Facts and the Resurrection

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Father Matthias comments on the saying, "Even if the bones of Jesus were found, I would still believe." Father tells us that this is actually blasphemy and nonsense. Our Faith is based on the actual, historical facts of Jesus' Life, Death, and Resurrection, everything depends on the Resurrection. Without it, our faith is in vain and Christianity is the greatest lie in history. Finally, Father asks us what it means to "Rise from the dead," and what the consequences of Jesus' Resurrection for us. Ave Maria! Mass: Tuesday of Easter Week - Wkdy - Form: OF Readings: 1st: act 2:36-41 Resp: psa 33:4-5, 18-19, 20, 22 Gsp: joh 20:11-18


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