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Jan 16 - Homily: Mission, Penance and Martyrdom

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Fr. Elias on the lives of Sts. Berard and companions who are the first martyrs of the Franciscan Order. This occurred on a very difficult, penitential journey to Morocco in 1220 on a mission to preach to the Muslims. They gave witness of there faith with their blood. Ave Maria! Mass: Sts. Berard and companions - Mem - Form: OF Readings: Thursday 1st Week of Ordinary Time 1st: 1sa 4:1-11 Resp: psa 44:10-11, 14-15, 25-26 Gsp: mar 1:40-45 To Download Audio go to http://airmaria.com?p=40661


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  1. Leo Mccloskey
    6 months ago

    I'm confused about confession and absolution the forgiveness of sin. Studying a coarse on the mass breaking it down in all of its parts it appears to me after theconfeitor, Gloria and collect said with your most sincere belief that all your sins would be forgiven before you consume the body and blood of Jesus Christ.why would you then have to go to confession to a priest before mass. Doesn't the parts of the mass mentioned cleanse the soul by virtue of your prayers before God.

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