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Jan 26 - Homily: Is Christ Divided?

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Fr. Joachim reflecting on the readings on how Christians should not be divided and that our unity must be based on accepting the authority of Christ as truth Himself and the Church that He established to safeguard, with His help, the truth he taught. By our unity we will show the world that Jesus is the Messiah. Ave Maria! Mass: 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time - Sunday - Form: OF Readings:  1st: isa 8:23-9:3 Resp: psa 27:1, 4, 13-14 2nd: 1co 1:10-13, 17 Gsp: mat 4:12-23 To Download Audio go to


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  1. Colin
    1 year ago

    While I agree with Fr.Joachim Mudd that Jesus is different to each denomination I would disagree with his argument that the Catholic Jesus is the true one. This is on the basis that he has not used any scriptural proof to do so.
    If he intends to fulfill his Christian responsibilities he needs to convey the truth to all people so they may be convinced that what he says is the truth. We don't want to be told what to believe, people want to discern for themselves what the truth is and only then can people begin to learn which is the true Jesus. Romans 14:5
    If Joachim can point to specific scriptures (in context and in harmony) convincing people that the bible is in unity with his teachings then he could possibly unite Christendom.
    Don't believe me, trust in God's word the Bible.

    Who really is Jesus Christ?

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