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One Minute Reflection – 16 May – “Whoever receives the one I send, receives me..”

One Minute Reflection – 16 May – Thursday of the Fourth week of Easter, C, Gospel: John 13:16–20 and the Memorial of St Brandan the Navigator

“Whoever receives the one I send, receives me”...John 13:20

REFLECTION “But, in order to keep the Gospel forever, whole and alive, within the Church, the Apostles left bishops as their successors, “handing over” to them “the authority, to teach in their own place.”(Saint Irenaeus)   This sacred tradition, therefore and Sacred Scripture, of both the Old and New Testaments, are like a mirror in which the pilgrim Church on earth looks at God, from whom she has received everything, until she is brought finally, to see Him as He is, face to face (1 John 3:2)…”...Vatican IIDogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation “ Dei Verbum ”, #7-8john 13 20 whoever receives - dei verbum 7-6 vatican II 16 may 2019.jpg

PRAYER – Lord God, stand by us in Your saving work and stay with us in Your gifts of grace.   You have rescued us from the darkness, keep us ever in Your light.   We ask that You hear the intercession of Mary, the Blessed Virgin Mother and St Brendan, whom we beseech for help as we work to reach our heavenly home.   Through Christ our Lord, with the Holy Spirit, God forever, amenimmaculate mother pray for us 13 april 2019

st brendan the navigator pray for us 16 may 2019



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