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Baltimore Cardinal William Keeler discusses how we Americans, inspired by Jesus, bring religion into our citizenship.
Fourth Sunday of Lent, Year B
Baltimore’s Cardinal William H. Keeler takes the gospel for this Fourth Sunday of Lent and makes the connection to life in the modern United States. In his 10-minute homily he explains how his Archdiocese of Baltimore, the nation’s first, has been a place where people have balanced religious and civic identity. In the question-and-answer segment Cardinal Keeler talks about some of the “hot-button” issues relating to religious freedom in our society today. This week’s musical selection is “No Greater Love” by WLP Artist Danielle Rose. You can listen separately to that song, to the musical setting of the Lord’s Prayer or to Cardinal Keeler’s blessing by following the links below. Better yet, start by listening to the entire show.
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Blessing (20 sec)
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Music (4:02)
“No Greater Love” used by permission of WLP.
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Lord's Prayer (1 min)
Produced by Bob Hurd and Craig Kingsbury; performed by Chorus Angelorum; courtesy of OCP.
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Cardinal  William H. Keeler
Baltimore, Maryland