Theological In Prayer

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2nd Sunday of Advent 2014
The liturgical year begins with a consoling view of the end from the prospective of those who are faithful.  This Advent prepares us for the coming of Christ on Christmas and at the end of time.  The “People of Sion” are called to exult and be joyful, knowing that God is coming to save us.  God has been faithful to His promise in sending the Redeemer.  St. John the Baptist, who was soon to be martyred, sent his followers to Christ so they might follow Him.  If we wish to be saved, we must pray theologically.


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