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DG BookGospel: Mt 5:1-12a
When Jesus saw the crowds, he went up the mountain. He sat down and his disciples gathered around him. Then he
spoke and began to teach them: Fortunate are those who are poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Fortunate


are those who mourn, they shall be comforted. Fortunate are the gentle, they shall possess the land. Fortunate are those
who hunger and thirst for justice, for they shall be satisfied. Fortunate are the merciful, for they shall find mercy. Fortunate are those with
a pure heart, for they shall see God. Fortunate are those who work for peace, they shall be called children of God. Fortunate are those who
are persecuted for the cause of justice, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Fortunate are you, when people insult you and persecute you and
speak all kinds of evil against you because you are my followers. Be glad and joyful, for a great reward is kept for you in God.

 

Reflection

The saints are lovable beings. They remind
us of a different kind of hero. For they are the
spiritual superheroes of our church. Their glorious
assembly provides us with access to a massive list of
prayer partners who pray with us and pray for us. This
includes the official "greats" of our church history.
These are the saints whose heroism in the spiritual life
are officially acknowledged by the Church. But there are
countless saints who lived a life of obscurity. They may
not be declared by the Church but they now enjoy
the company of the elect in heaven. It may include
family and friends whose holiness and love directly
touched and enriched our lives. These are the saints
whose feast we celebrate today. May they continue
to pray for us who are still on our way to heaven.

 

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