The Royal Road of the Cross

Good Friday 2015
This day we put God to death with our sins.  Christ saw all our sins and suffered for each one of them.  He bore the pains which we all deserve for our innumerable crimes.  In this liturgy we acknowledge our sins in all humility and plead for God’s forgiveness.  We do not have the ability to be sorry for our sins without the loving gift of God’s grace.  The unveiling of the cross reminds us that it is not only the Cross of Christ but our own cross, and we all suffer because we are all called to love.  We have the ability to turn all of our pain into love of God.


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