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2nd Sunday of Advent (Year C) - Luke 3: 1-6

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Luke 3: 1-6 - 'The call of John the Baptist.'


Catechism of the Catholic Church Paragraphs:

- 535 (in 'The Baptism of Jesus') - Jesus' public life begins with his baptism by John in the Jordan. John preaches "a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins" (abbreviated).


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