LIVING THE CATHOLIC FAITH IN THE 3RD MILLENIUM

A LAYMAN'S LOOK AT THE JOURNEY OF FAITH

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LISTEN AND GO FORTH

thepotterPart of the theology that most of us inherited taught that our journey of faith was one of living our lives "according to God's plan", of accepting our state in life (whatever it may be) as part of His will for us, and submitting to the sometimes unreasonable demands that we seem to think He makes upon us. The soul is spirit, noble, most God-like. The flesh is lowly, corruptible, and definitely mortal. We were trained to struggle against the desires of the body, to subdue, to repress. And Lent was a special time for self-denial and sacrifice. At first glance, the readings for the Second Sunday of Lent reinforce these ideas. But if we are really attentive to the Scriptures, we find a very different message..

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