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The history of Saint John the Baptist

September 5, 2021
Mk 7:31-37

Gotta’ tell somebody

     There is nothing more delightful or amusing than a child with a secret. Their eyes and feet dance with excitement, small lips tremble with barely contained words. It’s almost impossible not to feel giddy with them. Looking into a face bursting with pent-up joy, we long to hear the news but then we can’t help regretting the loss of their enchanting anticipation.

     What an extraordinary thing to know God has felt the same! When Jesus began to cure the lame, deaf and blind, He asked those healed to tell no one. And for a few delicious minutes, maybe even hours, the Messiah and His children shared a precious secret – the healing power of God’s love. They felt the same bubbling joy of a miraculous story not yet told. But, alas, the story, the secret, was too good not to tell and the healed spilled their good news, proclaiming Jesus far and wide. What about you? Have you shared a secret with the Savior?  Has God worked miracles, small or large, in your life? Go ahead, let it bubble over. Tell somebody what God has done for you – He’ll be glad you shared the secret. 

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Our faith community of St. John the Baptist, founded on the word of God; welcomes all with charity and love….both the strong of Spirit and those who search. As part of the Universal Church, we acknowledge that God has uniquely blessed everyone with abundant gifts. We celebrate the differences that make all of us equal in the eyes of the Lord….using our blessings to provide all who join us in Eucharist with a heart-felt sense of family and communion. For the Lord has brought you to our door….you are a stranger here but once.