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Is it because our fathers and mothers were not bright?
So let’s pray today for all who are suffering in the world. And let’s join Jesus in bringing his peace and security to everyone.
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Be proactive, never idle, but always prepared to do whatever good deed you can. Paul tells us that there will never be perfect peace or absolute security in this world. So that means there will always be opportunities to reach out and help!
Today’s Gospel also tells us to be ready to care for the people around us.
He is asking us to take all that he has given us and put it to good use, and not just for ourselves and our families.