Divine Freedom

Laetare Sunday 2022
The saints this week and especially St. Francis Paola show that grace is more impressive than even miracles.  The Epistle for this Mass concludes by letting us know that we have received a liberation by the new dispensation which Christ has brought us.  No longer are we slaves to sin but free from that evil and all of its consequences.  Soon we will renew the sufferings and death on Good Friday which won this freedom for us and today the Church strengthens us for that and the remaining days of Lent by the Gospel’s account of the multiplication of the loaves and fishes.  This miracle of Our Lord was the sign of confirmation of His words about the Holy Eucharist.  This points to the Mass and the need for us to pray always.

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