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Mar 13 - Homily: Sin Leading to Sin

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The two readings today from the Old and New Testament both refer to women accused of adultery by evil men. Fr. Ignatius preaches on how the accusers against Susanna in the first reading became more and more sinful as they reject opportunities to avoid sin and to have recourse to the grace that comes from prayer. Ave Maria! Saturday of the Third Week in Lent - Mass: EF, Verba Mea Auribus - Readings: 1st: dan 13:1-9, 15-17, 19-30, 33-62 - Gsp: joh 8:1-11 To Download Audio go to


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