February 19, 2018

Matthew 25: 31-46

At the final judgment, the Son of Man is likened to a shepherd who will separate all humanity into two groupings. The sheep are those who have loved and cared for all in need. The goats have not shown compassion and love to the “least.”

St. John of the Cross reminds us that we will be judged according to how much we have loved. What does that mean for me? Who are the “least” in my life?

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