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From the Pastor10-01-2023 | Fr. David Halm, C.S.C.
This Sunday’s second reading is from St. Paul’s letter to the Christians in Philippi and contains the most beautiful poem about Christ (in my humble opinion…) It is often referred to as the “Philippians Hymn” or the “Christ Hymn” and some scholars believe it was written in the mid 30’s A.D. This means during the years immediately following Jesus’ resurrection! By 62 A.D. when Paul was writing to the Philippians, he included this poem in the letter and due to its distinctness from the rest of the letter and Paul’s “style”, it causes us to believe it was well known by both the Apostle and this community and was one of the first universal hymns about Jesus Christ.Read More
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