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Pastor's Corner

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

January 26, 2020

Those who rediscover the warmth of their Christian faith though an ecclesial movement can proclaim with the Psalm antiphon today that the Lord is their light and their salvation. This wellknown image also appears in the First Reading as part of God’s mandate to the people of Israel through the prophet Isaiah. For adults who did not experience Christ’s call as the apostles did, a conversion experience in some type of retreat or movement is a must. The encounter with Christ reanimates the grace of God received in the Sacraments of initiation and motivates the faithful to mature in their journey of faith with the renewed commitment to serve the Lord. So St. Paul describes it to the early Christian communities. In today’s letter, however, he points out the danger of division among the members of the assembly when they begin to speak of preferences for the spiritual leaders. A time of reflection on the theme of vacation to the priesthood, religious life and laity is suggested; special prayers could be offered each day for an increase in vocations.

Rev. Juan J. Sosa

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