Camden Bishop Joseph Galante explains what Jesus meant when he told the story of the grain of wheat.
Fifth Sunday of Lent, Year B
Camden Bishop Joseph A. Galante explains what Jesus meant when he told the story of the grain of wheat. He talks about the meaning of suffering in our lives. In the question-and-answer segment he talks about how we can empty ourselves so we can find God. This week’s musical selection is “Unless a Grain of Wheat” by WLP Artist John Angotti. You can listen separately to that song, to the musical setting of the Lord’s Prayer or to Bishop Galante’s blessing by following the links below. But first, listen to the entire show.
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Blessing (32 sec)
Unless a Grain of Wheat used by permission of WLP.
Lord's Prayer (1 min)
Produced by Bob Hurd and Craig Kingsbury; performed by Chorus Angelorum; courtesy of OCP.
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