January 17, 2018

Mark 3:1-6

What does it say about the Jewish leaders who on the Sabbath in the Temple watch and wait to catch Jesus acting against the Law? What does it say about Jesus whose care and compassion move him to act in a way pleasing to God?

We pray for all who are in leadership positions in the Church that they are motivated by love and willing to be bearers of God’s mercy.

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