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One Minute Reflection -9 February -Gospel: Mark 6:30–34 “To see, to have compassion, to teach.”

One Minute Reflection -9 February – Saturday of the Fourth week in Ordinary Time, Year C , Gospel: Mark 6:30–34

As he went ashore he saw a great throng and he had compassion on them...Mark 6:34as he went ashore he saw a great multitude mark 6 34 - 9 feb 2019.jpg

REFLECTION – “To see, to have compassion, to teach.   The first and second, to see and to have compassion, are always found together in the attitude of Jesus – in fact His gaze is not the gaze of a sociologist or a photojournalist, for He always gazes with “the eyes of the heart”.   These two verbs, to see and to have compassion, configure Jesus as the Good Shepherd.   His compassion too, is not merely a human feeling but is the deep emotion of the Messiah in whom God’s tenderness is made flesh.”...Pope Francis – Angelus, 19 July 2015mark 6 34 - to see to have compassion to teach - pope francis 9 feb 2019.jpg

PRAYER – All-powerful, eternal God, splendour of true light and never-ending day, let our striving for Your kingdom not fall short through selfishness or fear, may the universe be alive with the Spirit and our homes be the pledge of the world redeemed.   May our eyes see and our hearts have compassion, to all those who need us.   May the intercession of our Holy Mother, St Apollonia and all the saints, be a strength and a comfort.   Through Jesus, our compassionate and loving Redeemer, with the Holy Spirit, one God with You forever, amen.holy mary mother of god - pray for us - 13 may 2018st apollonia pray for us 9 feb 2019

 

 

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