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Tag Archives: Sacrifice on the Cross
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 … Continue reading
This is the first in a series called Mass in Slow Motion, homilies explaining the various parts of the Mass. This podcast explains one of the three main aspects of the Mass that we keep in mind in order to … Continue reading
When Saint Paul writes to the Galatians about the Yoke of Slavery, what does he mean? What does it have to o with me? Click on the image to find out.
Writing to the Galatians, St Paul says: “We know that a person is justified not by the works of the law but through faith in Jesus Christ. And we have come to believe in Christ Jesus, so that we might be … Continue reading
To listen to a homily on why the Father sent the Son to suffer and die and rise again instead to going himself, click on the image.