Deo Gratias

13th Sunday after Pentecost 2023
The Epistle for this Mass is difficult and can be easily misunderstood.  What St. Paul explains regarding the purpose of the Old Law and its preparation for the coming of the Messiah requires careful explanation.  Since we enjoy the benefits of the New Law and the graces which Our Lord won for us, we must be on guard against the sin of ingratitude.  Just like the lepers in the Gospel, it is easy for us to take for granted the unfathomable gifts we have received.  Our souls should be spiritually prostrated before God and the words “Deo Gratias” should be always in our hearts.


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