The Church recommends three great spiritual practices for Lent: prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. But the readings during Lent suggest a fourth great practice: the forgiveness of one’s enemy.
Bishop Barron on Loving an Enemy This Lent
by Bishop Robert BarronMarch 26, 2020
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