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In the world you have tribulation; but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world

1 Cor 1:18: For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.
  Let us Pray ...
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Heavenly Father, we praise you for the unbelievable might and power. But we also thank you for your love which guides the free of that power. Thank you for knowing that we are but dust without your supporting Spirit. Thank you for saving us by preservation of your mighty power so we could be forgiven by your sacrificial power. Because of Jesus' mercy, and in his holy name, we offer this prayer. Amen.
  Today's Readings ... (June 06, 2011)
Monday of the Seventh Week of Easter
First Reading: Acts 19:1-8
Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 68:2-3ab,4-5acd,6-7ab
Gospel: John 16:29-33
  Meditation on Today's Gospel: (John 16:29-33)
Every Christian, believing in God cannot be separated from considering in the One he sent, his dearly loved Son, in whom the Father is well pleased. We can consider in Jesus and in the words he talks because he is himself God, the Word completed flesh. Because he has seen the Father, and is one by the Father, Jesus is the only one who knows the Father as he really is and can reveal him to us. In spite of their faith, Jesus warned his disciples that their faith would be place to the test and that they would fail. Jesus spoke clearly about the tragedy of disloyalty and the triumph of the cross. Jesus knew the hearts of his disciples better than they know. He knew they would wilderness him in his hour of trial. Such knowledge could have with no trouble led to resentment and rejection. Jesus met the injury of disloyalty and disloyalty with supreme love and faith in his disciples. He loved his disciples to the very last part even when they left him alone to die on the cross. He knew that the cross would not bring defeat but triumph over sin and death. Jesus speaks the same word to us today. He says my love for you is absolute and I will never abandon you. While we cannot avoid all pain and suffering in this life, Jesus, however assures us that he will direct us safely through any difficulty or trial we may have to experience for his sake. Jesus calls each of us to take courage, because he has conquered the world. The Holy Spirit gives us a living optimism in the power of the resurrection and a confident trust in God's abiding company. Nothing can defeat this faith and hope in Christ's victory - no trial, pain, temptation, or testing. The Holy Spirit gives us the power and courage we need to defeat hardship and to persevere in faith.
(Sunday Homilies)


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