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Monday of Week 30 in Ordinary Time - Luke 13: 10-17

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Luke 13: 10-17 - 'Was it not right to untie this woman's bonds on the sabbath day?'


Catechism of the Catholic Church Paragraphs:

- 582 (in 'Jesus and the Law') - In presenting with divine authority the definitive interpretation of the Law, Jesus found himself confronted by certain teachers of the Law who did not accept his interpretation of the Law, guaranteed though it was by the divine signs that accompanied it. This was the case especially with the sabbath laws, for he recalls, often with rabbinical arguments, that the sabbath rest is not violated by serving God and neighbour, which his own healings did (abbreviated).


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