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Newsletter – Fourth Sunday of Lent Year B

REFLECTION OF THE WEEK
FOURTH SUNDAY OF LENT, LAETARE SUNDAY (MARCH 10)
Rejoice and be glad
Most of us aren’t crazy about being told to “cheer up.” Yet today is called Laetare (“rejoice”) Sunday because even though it’s Lent, the church urges us to cheer up in the words of Isaiah 66:10: “Rejoice with Jerusalem all you who love her.” We may feel affection for the memory of biblical Jerusalem or concern for the current sorrows of the city. But it’s the heavenly city, where justice and peace reign, that gives us reason to rejoice.
“Whoever lives the truth comes to the light.” John 3:14-21

FAITH IN ACTION
Remember our joy and hope lies in the land where Christ rules.

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