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Raymond Brown on John 16:23b-30

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

The words of Jesus in 23b-28, which are somewhat parallel to those in 20-23a, also promise two privileges that the disciples will enjoy after the “little while”: the privilege of being so intimate with God that their requests will be granted (23b-24, 26), and, once again, the privilege of understanding Jesus as the revelation of […]

Notes for Epiphany 2 – John 2:1-11

Monday, January 12th, 2009

Pius Parsch “The Church’s Year of Grace” Why Christ appeared on earth is precisely what the Church tells us on the Sundays after Epiphany (1:307). All His miracles, indeed His whole life, should serve as a reflection of His activity in the Church; for the end and purpose of all His work on earth was […]


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