His Necessary Departure

4th Sunday after Easter 2023
This is a season of consolations, but we know the consolations must soon pass.  We see the heinousness of the sin committed in condemning Christ to death even more clearly when we witness the great gifts given to the Apostles on Pentecost.  The Gospel for today proves the Catholic belief in the Filioque – that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and the Son.  In our own spiritual life, it is sometimes necessary for Christ to hide Himself from us so that we may live more perfectly by Faith with the help of the Holy Spirit.


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