Render Your Life To God

22nd Sunday After Pentecost 2022
In this Epistle we see how, through the perfection of charity, St. Paul suffers cheerfully and remembers his people even in pain. “How beautiful to see brethren dwelling in unity.” We are called to be one with our neighbor, forgiving his offenses just as we wish to be forgiven. St. Augustine tells us that we have the character of Christ on our souls just like the denarius of the Gospel. We belong to God entirely and must be on guard against the godless media and entertainment of our day, which seeks to corrupt our youth.


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