Christ Was Not A Grudge-Holder

St. Pius V – 1st Friday April 2017

Christ’s first words to His Apostles on Easter night were Peace be to you.  By this He re-assured them that He had forgiven them for abandoning Him during His Passion and Death.  We must imitate Our Lord and not hold grudges.  Also, the Introit for the feast of St. Pius V begins “If you love Me, Simon Peter, feed My sheep”.  These words were spoken by Our Lord after Easter and we learn their exegesis and how they fit the life of this great pope.

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