The Catechism in a Year – Day 67 – The Humanity and Divinity of Christ

Fr. Mike teaches us more about the divine and human natures of the second person of the Holy Trinity, the Word that became flesh, Jesus Christ. Jesus became like us in all things but sin; as such, he has a human soul, intellect, will, and body without losing any of his divinity. Father Mike tells us that in his human nature, Jesus thought with a human mind, worked with human hands, and loved with a human heart. Christ needed to learn things, and he increased in wisdom and understanding. The full humanity and true divinity of Jesus is a great mystery of our faith. Today’s readings are Catechism paragraphs 470-474.

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The Bible in a Year – Day 155 – Jesus is Lord

The Bible in a Year with Fr. Mike Schmitz – Day 155: Jesus is Lord Today we read about Jesus’ teachings and miracles that confirm his identity as Lord. Fr. Mike emphasizes the divinity of Jesus revealed in his actions, and clarifies historical facts about his life. The readings are Mark 3-4 and Psalm 20. Please note: The Bible contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children – parental discretion is advised.