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4th Sunday of Lent: Christ cures the blindness of our hearts. Catholic Inspiration

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The healing encounter between Jesus and the blind man brings about the gift of sight, followed later by the gift of faith. We, too, in the darkness of our ignorance and sin, call upon the Lord to foster spiritual sight within our hearts to help us journey through this life to the next.

Mass Readings – 4th Sunday of Lent


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Note: the Feast of St. Joseph (March 19th) is transferred to tomorrow.

4th Sunday of Lent: What do you see? Catholic Inspiration

Mass Readings – 4th Sunday of Lent

The readings this weekend help us understand the crucial role that sight plays in our lives.  Whether it’s physical or spiritual…what do you see?  The invitation today: to see God at work in our lives as we look for Christ and live in His love.


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Daily Mass: Faith that sees with the eyes of the heart. Catholic Inspiration


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Mass Readings – Friday of the 1st Week of Advent

Two blind men hear about Jesus, and they believe that he can heal them.  Seeing clearly with their hearts they were given sight to their eyes.  May we have the same depth and strength of faith as well!

Note: this picture of the Porziuncula was taken on my recent visit to Assisi.  

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