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May That Same Mind Be in You that Was in Christ Jesus

Cycle AOrdinary TimeWeek 26

by Bishop Robert BarronSeptember 29, 20020 Comments

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The second reading for Mass today contains one of the most beautiful passages in the New Testament, St. Paul's hymn to the self-emptying love of Christ. We sinners cling to godliness; the true God does not, but rather gives himself away in humility and love. The cross of Jesus is thus the undoing of the sin of Eden.