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This Month's Source Materials
The Fleet Sources – 11 April 2021 – Second Sunday of Easter/ Divine Mercy Sunday – 20-B
Be Still and Know That I Am God (N) –Pray Without Ceasing (C) –Drawing Near to God (S)-
From Your Lips to God’s Ear(T) Mercy In the Book of Psalms – 23:6; 32:10; 33:18; 57:11; 112:4; 106:1; 145:8
Saints Preserve Us! (N)– Champions of the Faith (C)– Heroes of The Faith (S)–
Stars of the Faith (T)
Jerusalem Perspective – “Christ’s Linen Napkin (John 20:7): Is it significant that the napkin that had been around Jesus’ head when he was buried was found in the empty tomb folded?” by David N. Bivin https://www.jerusalemperspective.com/3878/
* “The word “Mass” comes from the Latin word, “Missa.” At one time, the people were dismissed with the words “Ite, missa est” (literally meaning “Go, she—meaning you, the Church—has been sent”). The word “Missa” is related to the word “missio,” the root of the English word “mission.” The liturgy does not simply come to an end. Those assembled are sent forth to bring the fruits of the Eucharist to the world.”