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Liturgy of the Palms and the Passion
Posted on March 29, 2015 by Rosalind C Hughes
Why did Jesus have to die?
Because none of us should be able to say to God, it’s ok for you; you got off easy. Try my life for a change. Or when we do, at least we will know that God, who neither slumbers nor sleeps, is right there with us, saying yes, yes my child, I know. Continue reading →
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