The Battle for Souls

16th Sunday After Pentecost 2022
The Lord is sweet and mild.  It should be easy for us to love our God.  We are moved to act as God wants us to by the grace given to us before, during, and after we act.  St. Paul speaks of the life blood of the Mystical Body of Christ – charity.  We must first be humble before we can be charitable.  Humility removes our self-love so that we may have the ability to love purely with true charity.  There is a battle for the souls of the youth and their path in life is being formed right now.  The youthful soul enhanced by grace is more powerful than the devil, but it must be formed.  We must commit ourselves with all our hearts.

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