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By Archbishop Aquila, Denver Catholic January 23, 2020
It is truly a wonder that we have the gift of the Bible, through which God speaks to us, convicts us, heals us and nourishes us on our journey. In recognition of the importance of the Scriptures, on Jan. 26 the Church will celebrate the first “Sunday of the Word of God.”
The Word of God is essential to our identity as Christian. It gives us strength, healing and nourishment. The Catechism speaks about the Scriptures as the place where “the Church constantly finds her nourishment and her strength, for she welcomes it not as a human word, ‘but as what it really is, the word of God’” (CCC, 104). It’s easy to lose sight of how blessed we are to have this powerful gift, this spiritual food.
How many of us can say that in the last day or even week we have read these holy and transformative words? Do we love the Word of God and allow it to be written on our minds and hearts by prayerfully and frequently reading it? Is God’s Word part of the fabric of our lives? ….