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He just returned from studying in Mexico, where he has been studying the Spanish language he also speaks English and French, and has studied Greek. He was ordained on the 28th of June, His favorite saying comes from Tamil, one of the five Indian dialects which Fr. Antony speaks: "Yaadhum Oore Yaavarum Kelir" which means "Every country is your own, and all people are your kinsmen. One of my tasks as Director of Communications here at Saint Magdalen's is to help us find creative ways of sharing the gospel message. That is why, in bulletin articles over the last two weeks, we have been exploring what it means to have an "encounter" with Christ.
An encounter of this kind is truly transformative, calling us out of ourselves and into a deeper connection with Christ and others. We want to know about your encounters with Christ. It is in relationship with our neighbors today, in this present moment, that we can learn how to love and, thereby, enter into communion with the Christ. Specifically, a sacrament is an efficacious sign of grace. This is to say that a sacrament is capable of producing and conferring the grace that is promised. The visible rite both signifies and makes present the graces proper to that sacrament.
For this reason, the sacrament is efficacious regardless of the personal holiness of either the celebrant or the recipient. However, the fruits of the sacraments do depend on the disposition of the one who receives them.
He points out that Jesus continues to call disciples to follow him and to incorporate them into himself through the gift of the Spirit through the sacraments of baptism and confirmation. Jesus continues to share meals with his followers in the sacrament of the Eucharist; to forgive and reconcile sinners in the sacrament of penance; to heal the sick in the anointing of the sick; to send forth chosen disciples to preach and to baptize through holy orders; and to bless marriages in the sacrament of matrimony.
There are those who would challenge the claim that we encounter Jesus in the sacraments because they do not feel anything, they are not touched at the core of their being. However, when we speak about the sacraments as an encounter with Jesus, we are not necessarily referring to an emotional event. Belief based solely on emotion or feeling is on shaky ground, as it is always vulnerable to dulling over time. Sherri Brown. Robert Kysar.
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