Ask for forgiveness

“We must ask for forgiveness from God and from one another. We may have strained relationships: — not on talking terms with family members, friends, priests, employers or even the bishop,” said Archbishop Julian Leow on Feb 1.

Feb 09, 2018

By Bernard Anthony
“We must ask for forgiveness from God and from one another. We may have strained relationships: — not on talking terms with family members, friends, priests, employers or even the bishop,” said Archbishop Julian Leow on Feb 1.

“What must we do to enhance or repair that relationship? Are our relationships life giving or are they separating us from God? Are we building up the Body of Christ or is something keeping us away from the Body of Christ? Let us re-examine our relationships. Do I need to say sorry? Do I need to contact someone to repair the strained relationship?”

The Archbishop called on the youths to be innocent and lively and bring joy to their family and others around them.

At the Prayer for the Faithful, Archbishop Leow invited everyone to pray for our Bishops in Rome for the Ad Limina Visit.

They would bring the blessings of the Pontiff to our arch/dioceses. and countries. Then he also reminded the congregation to pray for youths struggling in life that they will find meaning in what they do. Finally, he added that we must also pray for interfaith harmony and to reach out to those of other faiths.

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