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  • Bp. Barron's Lent Reflections

    • Friends, our Gospel today features what the ancient Israelites referred to as the Shema: “Hear O Israel, the Lord your God is Lord Alone.” Could I invite you to make an examination of conscience on...

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    Check it out here - and please call the parish office to get the access code.

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    Breaking Open the Word [Ephesians 5:8-14]
    Awake O Sleeper and arise from the dead, Christ will give you light
    4th Sunday Lent, 2017

    In this passage St. Paul reminds Christians of Ephesus that the light of Christ has awaken them from the sleep of death to live in the light of new life in Christ. Ephesians accepted Christ because of Paul’s proclamation of the gospel; they now move in the light of Christ. Profession of faith in Christ shapes their attitude toward the world and its social, cultural, political systems. Paul says that their conversion is a radical change of heart; they made an option to live for what represents light and a denunciation of
    darkness. Paul quotes the baptism prayer of the early church to prove his argument: “awake O sleeper and rise from the dead, Christ will shine upon you”. Christians’ task in the world is to remove the gloom of darkness by the light of the gospel of Christ.

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