Sacraments; Your Keys To Healing

My Dear People,

Preaching to the choir is often a difficult task. Jesus understood human nature completely. While in the synagogue one day, he opened the scriptures and began to teach and preach. This was not an uncommon task for Jewish men of his background. What was unusual, was the manner in which He concluded His teaching that day. Jesus declares, “Today Scripture has been fulfilled in your hearing.” He began with a passage from the prophet Isaiah. The reference in the passage was about the Messiah. The nature of His Messianic Mission was complex. The “anointed One” would appear on the scene and announce His presence. The Messiah would also be known for his teaching, preaching, and miraculous healings. And so it was, from that point forward, in obedience to the Will of His Heavenly Father, Jesus completed these tasks. Until the Second Coming, Jesus continues to teach, preach and heal through the seven sacraments.

Our most intense healing comes through our frequent Confession and reception of the Holy Eucharist while in a state of grace. Have you had your healing today?  When is the last time you were healed by Jesus in the Sacrament of Confession.  There is no better way to pray, than through these two powerful sacraments.  Come meet Jesus in the Confessional. Prepare well to receive the Eucharist. Pray, Pray, and Pray.

Entrusting you to the care of Our Lady,

Fr. Mark Bozada

May we always pray for good and holy marriages.

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