Ponder This in Your Hearts

2nd Sunday after Epiphany 2023
This Epistle tells us that we should bless and not curse our enemies.  We see this exemplified in the story of St. Maria Goretti, who wanted her murderer to be with her in Heaven.  We see it in the prayer of St. Stephen offered for Saul, which led to his conversion.  We see it in the prayer of Christ Himself from the Cross, “Father, forgive them, for the know not what they do.”  The miracle at the wedding feast of Cana was the first of Christ’s miracles, and it reminds us that marriage was lifted from the natural to the supernatural order when it was made a sacrament by Our Lord.  Prudent deliberation must be made when searching for a spouse.

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