Jesus promised not to leave us orphans, but to be with us until the end of the world. Yet forty days after Jesus rose from the dead, he ascended into heaven where he sits at the right hand of the Father. Does he keep his promise to his disciples from the Apostles until now? Is Jesus truly present in the Holy Mass? If so, how? Click on the image below to hear a homily about Jesus present among us.
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