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Gospel Reflection Mathew 26:14-25

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In today's Gospel leading up to Resurrection Sunday we encounter Judas and his betrayal of our Lord. In the eating of the Last Supper Jesus calls out the pending betrayal by one who calls himself His follower. We see the protests of His other followers that surely it would not be them. Yet, while we fixate on the overt betrayal of Judas did not all the Apostles betray our Lord? In His moment of need did they not all abandon Him? In our own lives, how often have we, those who call ourselves Christians, followers of Christ, abandoned our Lord in our daily lives? How often have we not taken the silver, the things of this world, over the life that Christ has called us to? In today's Gospel I reflect on how we all fall short. How we all are in need of the relentless love and mercy that our Lord calls us to, that He offers up. Posted to


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  1. glenn
    2 years ago

    good one michael how often we do fall short in our everyday lives a good reminder for me today thank you ,glenn

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