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Sep 01 - Homily: St. Joseph, Holy Worker

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Fr. Elias on Labor Day celebrates a votive Mass of St. Joseph the Worker and explains how both Capitalism and Communism reduce the worker to a mere unit of production and dehumanizes society and makes it less family oriented. By refocusing on the dignity of human labor we can counteract this trend and bring our society closer to God. Ave Maria! Mass: St. Beatrice of Silva - Form: OF Readings: Monday in the 22nd Week in Ordinary Time 1st: 1co 2:1-5 Resp: psa 119:97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102 Gsp: luk 4:16-30 To Download Audio go to http://airmaria.com?p=44780


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