Charity Lifts To Heaven

4th Sunday After Epiphany 2022
This week we will bless throats in honor of St. Blaise.  The Holy Ghost through St. Paul writes that we should owe no man anything except to love one another.  This endorses living debt free, as much as possible, but it does not include being free of charity which all must practice.  Charity is the greatest of all the virtues, including the other theological ones.  Without charity we are lost. It is the only thing that can make us happy here and in heaven.  The second part of today’s Mass is the reminder that Christ is in complete control of everything and that we must never lose trust in Him.  Finally, we learn about the upcoming feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Presentation of Our Lord in the Temple.

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