Liturgy Live | Peace For Pentecost

by Catholic Media, Gospels

This week on the podcast we talk about the Gifts given to us by the Holy Spirit and how we can identify and use them during this difficult time. We also talk about the Peace Christ gives us in the upper room to anticipate all of these gifts and be able to work as one. We are called to live in the peace of Christ, and from this place of peace the gifts we are given can bear fruit.

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