Strength Is Made Perfect In Weakness

Sexagesima Sunday 2019
The Divine Office this week focuses on Noah and the Ark which is a symbol of Christ’s Cross; the Wood of each being the means of saving the world.  In the Epistle St. Paul defends himself against early heretics and records God’s encouraging words to him when he felt his weakness.  We too can rely on divine help when being tempted.  Every saint experiences weakness and we should not lose hope in the face of the world’s lies today.
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