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Saturday, March 10, 2018

"And Lead Us Not Into Temptation": A Lenten Reflection

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SUNDAY SERMONS OF SOUTH SAINT PAUL. First Father makes it clear--"We will not be changing the words of the Our Father...not here, not in this parish." Then he offers a beautiful reflection on Lent and Christ's forty days in the desert and the efforts of Satan to tempt Christ as he tempted Adam. Did Satan realize that Christ was God?

 

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