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3rd Sunday of Easter Homily


Life has a way of humbling us. And, in particular, the Christian way of life can often leave us doubting ourselves. We may have begun the Lenten season with every intention of praying or sacrificing more only to fall a few weeks – or maybe even a few days – after Ash Wednesday. As Christian parents, we may see ourselves failing to give good example to our children. Or we may find ourselves falling into the same old patterns of sin despite having confessed them numerous times. All these experiences can leave us humbled and maybe even a little broken like Saint Peter. They may make us question whether we really love God with our whole heart, mind, soul and strength. There is no need to fear…

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