It’s easy — and dangerous — to take God and his holiness for granted.
In his homily for the Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time, Father Joseph LoJacono, pastor of St. Veronica and St. Hugh of Cluny Parishes in Philadelphia, shares how the virtue of humility reminds us that the Lord is not like the things of this world, but instead transcends everything we know.
(To access the recording of Father LoJacono’s homily, click on the link or the image above.)
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