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Aug 09 - Homily: Faith in God and His Ways

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Father Louis Maximilian speaks of the first reading, and comments that we often are dissatisfied with when we see injustice, but God does not act. We must learn to see with the eyes of God, and seek His understanding, even if that differs from our own. And before we seek justice in the world, we must first seek it in our hearts. Justice ultimately comes from God, both in the external world, and more importantly, justice comes into our hearts from the atoning sacrifice of the Cross, from Jesus, and not from ourselves. We must have faith in God and in His ways, He will act in His way and at the time He chooses. If we are disturbed at what seems to be His inaction, we are lacking in faith. Let us turn to "She who believed" and ask for this grace of a unshakeable faith. Ave Maria! Mass: St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein) - Opt Mem - Form: OF Readings: Saturday in the 18th Week in Ordinary Time 1st: hab 1:12-2:4 Resp: psa 9:8-9, 10-11, 12-13 Gsp: mat 17:14-20 To Download Audio go to


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