Daily Mass: Our love for one other reveals the face of Christ. Catholic Inspiration

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In this third part of the reflection on love from the First Letter of John, we see how our love for others reflects the love that flows from the heart of God. When we love one another we are acting on the Lord’s commandment and showing the world the face of Christ.

Mass Readings – Thursday after Epiphany (Christmas Weekday)

About Fr. Andrew Ricci

A Catholic priest since 1997, Fr. Andrew Ricci is currently the rector of the Cathedral of Christ the King in Superior, WI. His website "Three Great Things" can be found at studyprayserve.com and his podcasts can be found under "Catholic Inspiration" in the iTunes store. View all posts by Fr. Andrew Ricci

2 responses to “Daily Mass: Our love for one other reveals the face of Christ. Catholic Inspiration

  • Dave

    Dear Father Andew,
    I thank God for discovering your podcast. It is something that I often listen to with my wife and two girls, while in the car or during prayer time.
    It is what we need as a family at this time. You are one of the reasons that I have started my own blog about being a Catholic, a dad, a father and a kindergarten teacher here in New Zealand.
    When everything is safe, we wish that one day, we could visit the US and attend one of your masses. My daughter Soleil would definitely would want to meet you in person.

    God bless.

    • Fr. Andrew Ricci

      Thank you for your kind words! Let us pray for one another during these crazy times, waiting for the day (in this world or the next) when we meet in the friendship of Christ. God bless you and your family!

      And who knows? From the pictures I’ve seen, yours is a beautiful country…maybe there will come a day when I can offer Mass in New Zealand!

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