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Lenten Journey - Endless Possibilities (VHS)…

Lenten Journey - Endless Possibilities (VHS)

by St. Anthony Messenger Press

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Fr. Himes examines the readings of the Fifth Week of Lent. In the Gospel of John, says Himes, there is not a wasted word. Everything is carefully planned out and the story of the raising of Lazarus is a clear example. When Jesus weeps and is troubled I this scene, there is a fore-shadowing of the reaction of the disciples to Jesus’ death. Himes takes us on a fascinating journey into the depth of this story. In doing so he brings us to the insight that life for Lazarus, and for us, holds endless possibilities.
Running time: 25 min. (Adult)
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