February 5, 2018

Mark 6:53-56

The enthusiasm of the crowds stands in sharp contrast to the disciples’ hardened hearts in the previous passages and the increasing conflict with the Pharisees to follow. Mark draws the reader to focus on faith in Jesus’ loving, healing touch.

St. Agatha, with you we pray for all women who suffer from breast cancer. May they find courage, hope and healing.

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