The Gospel for today allows us to overhear a conversation between the Father and the Son. We learn that the Son receives everything from his Father, that he is, in a word, yoked to the Father. When the Lord tells us to take his yoke, he is inviting us to pull with him, receiving through him the life that he receives from the Father.
Take My Yoke Upon You
Cycle AOrdinary TimeWeek 14
by Bishop Robert BarronJuly 6, 2008
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