Our Sufficiency Is From God

12th Sunday after Pentecost 2018
This week is the feast of the Assumption of Our Lady, body and soul, into heaven.  The feasts of the school teacher, St. Cassian, and the foundress of the Poor Clares.  The Epistle for the 12th Sunday after Pentecost teaches about sufficient grace and its necessity in our lives – without it we cannot be saved.  The Gospel is the beautiful story of the Good Samaritan which reveals the Sacred Heart in all its mercy for any unfortunates.  It has the deeper meaning concerning the seeking out of every sinner by Our Lord who heals him and entrusts him to His Church for care and comfort.
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