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March 28

Mark: “Truly I tell you, people will be forgiven for their sins and whatever blasphemies they utter;


What a gift forgiveness is! It sets us free from all needless worry and allows our souls to soar. It frees us from the negativity that keeps that memory or situation bound to it.


What Mark is saying is that we will be forgiven for our sins and whatever blasphemies we utter, every negative thought about another, every negative thought about ourselves. It will all be forgiven. It doesn't mean that we continue to do, say, or think ill of one another or ourselves, but that we can have a clean slate and keep moving forward.


Reconciliation is a wonderful Sacrament to set us, once again on the closer path with God. Especially during this time of Lent, a good reconciliation is powerful.


Years ago, a good friend told me, "It's important to go to confession during Lent and then to go on the first Sunday after Easter. That is the Divine Mercy Sunday. It's like if you sin, it's nailing a nail into a piece of wood. If you go to confession, it's pulling the nail out but it leaves a hole. If you then go to confession on Divine Mercy Sunday, all the holes get removed and you have a clean piece of wood."


March 28

Mark: “Truly I tell you, people will be forgiven for their sins and whatever blasphemies they utter;

Luke: son of Melchi, son of Addi, son of Cosam, son of Elmadam, son of Er,

John: You yourselves are my witnesses that I said, ‘I am not the Messiah, but I have been sent ahead of him.’

Romans: For we hold that a person is justified by faith apart from works prescribed by the law.

Galatians: There is no longer Jew or Greek, there is no longer slave or free, there is no longer male and female; for all of you are one in Christ Jesus.


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