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His Providence Never Fails

7th Sunday After Pentecost 2020
As St. Paul points out in today’s Epistle, what did our past life dedicated to sin accomplish for us?  Unless we repent, sin leads us to a sad end all alone except enslaved by our vices.  In contrast, how happy is the life of one dedicated to prayer! This is something for which one will sacrifice all to gain it.  Prayer lifts us to the Trinity and Its Interior Life which perfects charity in us by the gift of wisdom.
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