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Jesus Prays for Unity in His Church

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In the Gospel Jesus prayers for the unity in his church.
A unity based on consecration to the truth of God’s word. He prays consecrate them in truth your word is truth.
A unity based on consecration to the Holy Eucharist. He prays I consecrate myself for them so that they my also be consecrated in the truth. In a short while pastor Rodel will stand in person of Christ and consecrate the host Jesus Present Body Soul and divinity, so we can consecrate ourselves to Jesus in truth.
A Unity in the Joy of the Lord, for the salvation of our souls.
And A unity in certain enmity with the world. He prays, Father I gave them your word and the world hated them, I do not ask you to take them out of the world but to keep them from the evil one.
But instead of this certain enmity, many have found unity with the world, especially Catholics in public life who receive the Eucharist consecrating themselves to Jesus publicly, and then enact in ways that are in complete opposition to highest moral teaching of the Catholic church, sanctity of unman life. Causing scandal pain and division. What are we to do?
1) Keep consecrating ourselves to the truth of the word of God.
2) Keep consecrating ourselves to Jesus present Body Soul and Divinity in the Eucharist receiving him properly disposed.
3) Beg the BVM all the angels and saints and the Lord himself to lead our pastors Bishops and the people of God to become one in these matters. + Amen
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