Wednesday, March 4 - Homily: Curing of Naaman
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3/4/2015 (4 years ago)
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Fr. Elias on the curing of Naaman and how it has many of the necessary elements for the reception of the graces of faith and healing, namely charity and humility, both of which are also graces. This points to how the gentiles are included in the blessings that Israel had received, who were rigidly holding onto them in an exclusive way that lacked humility. This was dramatically demonstrated in today's Gospel in Jesus' own home town, Nazareth, where they try to through him from the precipice.
Fr. Elias on the curing of Naaman and how it has many of the necessary elements for the reception of the graces of faith and healing, namely charity and humility, both of which are also graces.
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