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March 20, 2020

Mk 12:28-34

Jesus’ responds to the scribe’s question with two passages, one from Deuteronomy and the other Leviticus. The two become one, the Greatest Commandment. Jesus acknowledges the scribe’s sincerity by telling him he is not far from the kingdom.

St. John of the Cross tells us we will be judged on how well we have loved. I pray to be able to get past all that gets in the way of my loving God, neighbor and myself.

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