Be Not Anxious

3rd Sunday Of Advent 2022
Gaudete Sunday
The color of the rose denotes a mixture of sadness and joy, while the flower itself represents Christ.  Those who abandon themselves completely enjoy the true peace and freedom from anxiety spoken of at this Mass.  Christ always hears the prayers of those who trust with all their heart.  Christmas is the beginning, not the end.  When Our Lord was born, the world immediately attempted to end His life.  We do not see the victory and joy yet, but we have a foretaste with the graces of Christmas.  It will be at the moment when all seems lost that Christ will triumph completely.  We remain free, our hearts cannot be dominated.

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