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May 22 - Homily: Ceremonial Law v. Moral

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Fr. Elias on how the converts to Judaism were not required to follow the ceremonial law of Jews but were still bound to the moral code, the Ten Commandments and how the Church is the new Israel. He also gives a short account of life of St Rita of Cascia patron saint of impossible cases. Ave Maria! Mass: St. Rita of Cascia - Opt Mem - Form: OF Readings: Thursday 5th Week of Easter 1st: act 15:7-21 Resp: psa 96:1-2, 2-3, 10 Gsp: joh 15:9-11 To Download Audio go to


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