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Lazarus and the Rich Man

Cycle COrdinary TimeWeek 26

by Bishop Robert BarronSeptember 30, 20010 Comments

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A concern for social justice runs from beginning to end of the Bible, reaching its fullest expression in the prophets and in Jesus himself. It can also be discerned in the writings and sermons of the Fathers, in the speculation of the great scholastics, and in the social teaching of the modern Popes. At bottom, we are summoned to use the gifts that God has given us for the full flourishing of our brothers and sisters. The commongood must come first.