Weekend Reflection – Fourth Sunday of Lent

– Hello everyone, join us this week as we talk about the power
of the good shepherd. (mysterious music) This week, as I reflect on
the readings for the mass, I am acutely aware that
in most of the country, or if not all, Mass is not public. And so you’re at home, trying
to make a spiritual communion, and to connect with
our Lord and the faith. I was really drawn to the psalm today. Psalm 23 is one of the most well-known and popular psalms that we have, and I’d like to read that to you now. “The Lord is my shepherd,
I shall not want. “He makes me lie down in green pastures. “He leads me beside still waters. “He restores my soul. “He leads me in right
paths for his name’s sake. “Even though I walk
through the dark valley, “I fear no evil. “For you are with me, “your rod and your staff, they comfort me. “You prepare a table before me “in the sight of my foes. “You anoint my head with oil, “and my cup overflows. “Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me “all the days of my life, “and I shall dwell in the
house of the Lord forever.” We are going to have suffering
and trials in this life. Our God is a good shepherd, who always provides for us,
no matter what we go through in this life. Today, as we keep holy the Sabbath in our own respective ways, let Psalm 23 be a source of meditation. (deep droning tones) ♪ Call me to the ocean ♪ ♪ Where all I see for
miles are winds and waves ♪

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