Friday, April 10 - Homily: Fulfillment of the Old Covenant
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4/10/2015 (4 years ago)
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Father Matthias comments on the Old and New Covenant, asking whether we must accept Christ in order to be saved. He answers, yes, we must, for Christ fulfilled the Old Covenant, not replacing, but fulfilling, and therefore the Old Covenant is no longer able to save. Finally, he presents two versions of the Good Friday prayer for the Jews, comments on them, and encourages us to join our prayers to those of the Church for the conversion of the Jews.
Father Matthias comments on the Old and New Covenant, asking whether we must accept Christ in order to be saved. He answers, yes, we must.
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