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December 2, 2011

Isaiah 29:17-24, Ps. 27,
Matthew 9:27-31

Mystical Lebanon

in mystical Lebanon,
fruitful forest,
Abraham’s redeemer lies
in your womb.

Closed the eyes
that will give the blind sight,
curled the hands
that will bless the poor,
silent the voice
that will praise the simple.

Steadily pass the days
as his birth we await.
All too soon your…

This article was prompted by an earlier article on what Jesus knew.

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This is the final installment of Joe McHugh’s series.The chapters covered are featured in the liturgy of Holy Week.

Chapters 26-28: Jesus the Messiah suffers, dies and is raised

The chief priests and elders decide to put Jesus to death, but they caution one another, “Not during the festival, or there may be a riot among the people.” But Jesus’ death will occur during the…

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