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Ascension Message – Take The Message Of Jesus To Those Outside Your Social Circles

Ascension - Go! Spread the Good News!

(By Fr. Dexter Brereton) Ascension message to every Catholic – Get out of your comfort zone and spread the message of Truth. The accounts of the Ascension of Jesus across the four gospels are not in harmony with respect to ...

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The Ascension Challenge – Be Patient

The Ascension Of Jesus

(By Fr. Dexter Brerton) Ascension challenges us to stay in the city so that we can be clothed with Power from on High First some ‘background’ to today’s feast.  The term ‘ascension’ refers to Jesus’ being ‘carried up to heaven ...

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The Risen Jesus – A Present Reality In The Church Today

Glory to God in the highest

(By Fr. Dexter Brereton) Biblical scholars today are fairly unanimous that the original ending of the Gospel of Mark took place in Mark 16: 8 which goes: “And the women came out and ran away from the tomb because they ...

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Ascension Of Jesus – Pope Francis

Catechism of the Catholic Church - The Almighty

The following is the English translation of the homily offered by His Holiness, Pope Francis on Sunday June 1st, at St. Peter’s Square, prior to the recitation of the Regina Caeli: Dear Brothers and Sisters, Good Morning. Today, in Italy ...

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Jesus Ascended Into Heaven

God The Father, Son and Holy Spirit - Holy Trinity

He Ascended Into Heaven And Is Seated At The Right Hand Of The Father “So then the Lord Jesus, after he had spoken to them, was raised up into heaven, and is now seated at the right hand of God.” ...

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The Feast Of The Ascension

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Homily

There is the story of a young man making the decision to leave his girlfriend to join the seminary. It was a difficult parting for them because they had become extremely close and were true friends. Many years later this young man now a priest met the sister of his friend and asked her why she had never married. The sister looked at the young priest and said; “you men never understand! My sister so idealized you that no one could ever measure up to what you were and continue to be for her.”

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