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32nd Sunday of Ordinary Time Homily
October 23, 2019
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31st Sunday of Ordinary Time Homily


During one session, they talked about what their favorite Christmas song was. Claudia said that hers was “O Holy Night” because she loved the line, “he appeared and the soul felt its worth.” She explained that now that Jesus had come into her life, she no longer has to seek worth in the love of a man but understands that her dignity comes from God’s love for her. Because of her relationship with Jesus, she…

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