The Irony of God

Sermon From The
3rd Sunday after Epiphany 2014
The conversion of St. Paul was the single most important moment in the spread of the Church.  St. Stephen’s prayer, as he was stoned to death, called down on Saul the grace of his conversion.  This conversion in St. Paul meant a real change, unlike the half measures so many of us take in attempting to amend our lives.  When we say in the Act of Contrition that we “detest all our sins” this should leave no room to sin again.  We must give up the love for our sins, faults, and vices, and truly strive for the conversion of our lives.

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