A Word on the Coronavirus: Sorrow Turned Into Joy

April 08, 2020 1 Comment

A Word on the Coronavirus: Sorrow Turned Into Joy




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Bruce McPherson
Bruce McPherson

April 29, 2020

Thank you so much for these edifying words and perspective. The services of the monastery have been another aspect of redemption from this tragedy which in its fullness is also shows us the hidden Christ. I found the homily on Thomas Sunday so helpful in its depiction of our journey. Is there a possibility of it being posted in the Learning section with other homilies. May God continue to bless and strengthen you.

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