Danger in the Calm

4th Sunday after Epiphany 2023
This season reiterates the Church’s teaching that Jesus Christ is both human and divine, a belief which is under attack in our day.  We see both natures of our Redeemer on display in the Gospel account for this Mass.  God sends storms and trials into our lives to shake us from our apathy, purging us of our attachments, and drawing us to Himself.  When we live lives of relative peace, we must be on guard against allowing our fervor to diminish.  Let us use the difficulties of life to stoke the fire of devotion in our hearts.


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