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16th Sunday of Ordinary Time


First of all, all work involves some kind of suffering. It could come from physical exertion, from fatigue or from dealing with people all day. If we offer that daily suffering up to God, it can teach us patience and endurance. It is also a way for us to unite ourselves to Jesus who suffered on the cross for us and offer it up for the conversion of sinners. As Saint Paul tells us in today’s second reading, “…in my flesh I am filling up what is lacking in the afflictions of Christ on behalf of His body which is the Church.”

Another way of sanctifying our work…

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