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A CALL TO BECOME LIGHT AND SALT FOR OTHERS

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Homily of 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A

Introduction

Light and salt are two essential elements that make a positive difference in the world. They enhance productivity and tend to add value to people’s lives. Of course, the light brightens up the environment, while salt brings out the flavor in the food. Similarly, every Christian is given the mandate to make a positive difference in the world, like light and salt. That is, to uphold a high moral standard that will impact the lives of people positively as well as add value to their lives.

Regrettably, the reverse seems to be true in our contemporary society. Many people have become insipid and resorted to lowering their standards of honesty, diligence in work, conscientiousness, charity, and morality, all of which tend to be lowered. So how can we make a positive difference in the world? Continue Reading...

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