LENTCAzT 26: 4th Sunday of Lent – “What is the opinon of men?”

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Today is the 4th Sunday of Lent, Laetare Sunday.

Today, enjoy a taste of joy in anticipation of Easter and then examine your consciences and then…


These daily podcasts for Lent are intended to give you a small boost every day,

I persevere in this daily project in thanks to my donors. a little encouragement in your own use of this holy season.

Today I use a cut from the new CD of music for Lent by the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles.


LENTCAzT 26: 4th Sunday of Lent – “What is the opinon of men?”
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6 Responses to LENTCAzT 26: 4th Sunday of Lent – “What is the opinon of men?”

  1. SKAY says:

    Thank you Father.

  2. Vecchio di Londra says:

    Father, today’s readings are so deep, they are well worth re-listening to again and again.
    They are also very well matched. Fulton Sheen’s admonition about just praying, praying, and allowing God to love us, giving Him a chance; and Bossuet’s perceptive images of the shadow of worldly opinion that seems to give the human being ‘some form of existence’ and the illusory, flickering mirror image in water, that disappears when the water is stirred up: the little self we and others create of ourself, an amusement, a bubble, that creates preoccupation, anxiety, taking us away from the peace of ‘the hidden life’ of prayer and trust in God’s goodness.

  3. oldCatholigirl says:

    Thank you, Father Z. Bossuet is strong meat for me, but I suppose I need it.

  4. jameeka says:

    What Vecchio said.

  5. Priam1184 says:

    That image, and I cannot remember now whether it was provided by Venerable Fulton Sheen or Bishop Bossuet, where sin is described as a monster that we are given the tools to keep pinned down though some times it still injures us is really breathtaking now that I have had a couple of hours to think about it. Thank you Father for putting this up.

  6. Mariana2 says:

    Thank you, Father!