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September 24, 2022
skipping to the end

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When I was a kid, I was often too impatient to wait until the end of the book to see what would happen, so I would skip to the end of the book first, then go back and read the book knowing how it would turn out. The book of Revelation is really a text designed for those who like skipping to the end to find out what is going to happen. The beauty of our spiritual life is that we know how things will turn out.
Given at Saints Joachim and Ann Parish, Saint Charles, Missouri. Listen to our other homilies.
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Skipping to the End

When I was a kid, I was often too impatient to wait until the end of the book to see what would happen, so I would skip to the end of the book first, then go back and read the book knowing how it would turn out. The book of Revelation is really a text designed for those who like skipping to the end to find out what is going to happen. The beauty of our spiritual life is that we know how things will turn out.

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