June 13, 2020

Mt 5:33-37


Jesus could not make his point about oaths in this antithesis any clearer. “Let your ‘Yes’ mean ‘Yes’ and your ‘No’ mean ‘No’” (v. 37). Jesus is telling his disciples rather than take an oath or swear to the truth about something, just be honest and straightforward.


St. Anthony, we hope to find that which is lost through your intercession. Let us pray for the restoration of estranged relationships.


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