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Tuesday of Week 28 in Ordinary Time - Luke 11: 37-41

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Luke 11: 37-41 - 'Give thanks for what you have and it will all be clean.'


Catechism of the Catholic Church Paragraphs:

- 588 (in 'Jesus and Israel's Faith in the One God and Saviour') - Jesus scandalized the Pharisees by eating with tax collectors and sinners as familiarly as with themselves (abbreviated).

- 2447 (in 'Love for the Poor') - The works of mercy are charitable actions by which we come to the aid of our neighbor in his spiritual and bodily necessities. Instructing, advising, consoling, comforting are spiritual works of mercy, as are forgiving and bearing wrongs patiently. the corporal works of mercy consist especially in feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless, clothing the naked, visiting the sick and imprisoned, and burying the dead. Among all these, giving alms to the poor is one of the chief witnesses to fraternal charity: it is also a work of justice pleasing to God.


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