However, the Church's calendar keeps marching on and, so, I'm happy to share my reflections on this Sunday's Gospel.
|14th century Crucifixion from |
the Abbey of Chiaravalle della Colomba in Alseno, Italy
The Church's calendar continues to move forward, however, and I'm happy to share my reflections on this Sunday's Gospel.
Jesus lived his life for others, offering everyone he encountered an opportunity for a new kind of relationship with God and with those around him. Everything in the life of Jesus—his friendships, his teachings, and his miracles—were signs of God’s unlimited mercy and compassion. And all of these came together in the moment when he held nothing back, offering himself to God on the Cross. As “a ransom for many,” Jesus won freedom for everyone who was enslaved by sin and death.
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