Sunday Message

THE RESPONSIBILITY OF OUR FAITH


Today is a day simply to ponder the fact that in baptism we were claimed by God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The first reading from Deuteronomy prompts us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is the Lord the Lord the Lord of both heaven and earth and there is no oth-er god. Saint Paul reminds us that, because we re-ceived the Spirit of adoption in baptism, we are now children of God. In the Gospel Jesus charges us with the responsibility to make other disciples. These reali-ties make today’s solemnity a day of praise, adora-tion, and responsibility. It is a fitting day to thank God for the absolutely free gift of faith that we were given in baptism. It is also a day to ask God for strength to take on the responsibility of sharing that faith with others.

 

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