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Bishop Barron’s Sermons

June 28, 2020


No Fear of Death

In our second reading for this week, St. Paul reminds the Christian community in Rome that baptism means an immersion into the dying of the Lord. In his first letter to the Corinthians, he had similarly told his followers that every Eucharist is a participation in the dying of Christ. Why this preoccupation with death? Because it is only through this journey into Christ’s death and resurrection that we can effectively conquer the fear of death, which tends to cramp us spiritually. Once we have died with Jesus, we can walk “in newness of life.”

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