Homily from the Third Sunday of Easter.
After Pentecost, the early Christians had a unique strength. Not only did they boldly proclaim the Gospel, but they were immune to insults and taking offense. As followers of Christ, we must choose to avoid giving offense, but we must also choose to not take offense. Being offended is always a sign of immaturity. Christians must be so grounded in the truth and rooted in our identity in Jesus that we choose to become unoffendable.
Mass Readings from April 10, 2016:
Acts 5:27-32, 40B-41
Psalm 30:2, 4, 5-6, 11-12, 13
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