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Tuesday, Apr 07, 2020
TUESDAY OF HOLY WEEK
Now is the time

It’s not easy to admit when we have turned our hearts from God. As we make the journey of Christ’s Passion, it is time to release our grip on the sins that we cling to in fear or shame. Instead, let us cling to the mercy of Christ. Jesus himself faced many forms of sin, especially during his Passion, including betrayal, denial, and abandonment by his own friends. Yet the church says emphatically that at this dark hour, Jesus gives his life and “becomes the source from which the forgiveness of our sins will pour forth inexhaustibly” (of the Catholic Church, 1851). Turn to Jesus in times of trial.

TODAY'S READINGS: Isaiah 49:1-6; John 13:21-33, 36-38 (258). “Will you lay down your life for me?”

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The Irish pastor said, “Everyone who wants to go to Heaven stand up!” and the whole church stood up.  And he said, “And those who want to go to hell, remain standing!” At the back of the church, old Murphy remained standing.   The pastor said, “Murphy, do you want to go to hell?”  Murphy said, “No, Father… I just hate to see you go there all by yourself!” 

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