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Peter and Paul

Cycle AOrdinary TimeWeek Sts. Peter and Paul

by Bishop Robert BarronJune 29, 2014


This week gives us an opportunity to reflect on the legacies of Peter and Paul, two of the most important figures in the history of the Church. While they were different in various ways—Peter is the archetype of the order and office of the Church, and Paul represents theology and evangelization—they are united in their love of Jesus and are celebrated together for this reason.