Relationship and Rules - February 4th

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Cheryl O'Grady
4 months ago

Thankyou Bruce for today’s msg. You explained this with such understanding and clarity.

Diane McDonald
4 months ago

Yes the rules as a young person and a convert to the Catholic church I stood outside all my cousins weddings What a dreadful rule but I was a rule keeper. Today I would never do that as I realise God Loves Anglicans the same as Catholics and everyone else regardless. When an Aunt died many year later the anglican priest invited us all to go to communion I went as this was the last thing I could do to show my Aunt I loved her. My born Catholic husband could not as the rules were too entrenched in him.… Read more »

Valerie Lack
Reply to  Diane McDonald
4 months ago

Well said

Chi
Reply to  Diane McDonald
4 months ago

Diane, receiving Communion outside Catholic Church is wrong. This has nothing to do with keeping rules. Catholic communion is different from others.

Jane
Reply to  Chi
4 months ago

Thank you for saying this because as a Catholic I occasionally go to my daughter church and receive their communion. It’s a non-denominational church. I guess I forget some of the rules/laws of the Catholic Church that’s why I am determined to stick with Bruce and other Catholic podcasts and my Bible study classes to reinforce what I learned as a child continuing it as an adult

Sally Ann Koester
Reply to  Chi
4 months ago

Amen!

Valerie Lack
4 months ago

God gave Moses the Ten commandments. A guide for people to follow.
Jesus commandment was to love the Lord thy God with all your heart, mind and spirit and to love one another as Jesus loved and loves us.
If we think about it, then we realise that if we love one another then by the very definition of love, we will keep the ten commandments.

MICHAEL McKENZIE
4 months ago

Jesus deserves all the praise because he paid the price .

Marise Mcowan
Reply to  MICHAEL McKENZIE
4 months ago

During lockdown here in Australia when churches were closed we had the option of watching mass on tv or via u tube only. At first I thought how could they do that but then I began to feel a deeper presence of god in my life from these masses.I began to experience God in a different way , much closer than I did previously.Maybe it was the beauty of Melbourne’s St. Patrick’s cathedral where you only had the Archbishop the lector/cantor.the unseen organist the camera person and technician.That was the only five people allowed in a church that provided a… Read more »

Sandie
4 months ago

Great job Bruce!!! You can have as much of Jesus as you desire! Praying without ceasing throughout the day, including Him in all we do makes the day so much brighter! Have a blessed day!

Marci Valente
4 months ago

Thank you Bruce for sharing today’s lesson. Have a blessed weekend

Jane E
4 months ago

My nonCatholic won’t go to Mass with me because he can’t take communion. I know the Church’s rules, but wouldn’t Jesus allow him to do so?

Last edited 4 months ago by Jane E
Melanie
4 months ago

A wonderful commandment…remember the Sabbath Day (Sunday) to keep it holy. Amen

Lucy Kimani
4 months ago

Thank you Bruce. Have a Blessed Friday

Ursel Mihelcic
4 months ago

Thank you was nice catching up .Feel a LOT BETTER