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  • Writer's pictureFr. Kris

Feast of St. Mark, evangelist


Jesus appeared to the Eleven and said to them: “Go into the whole world and proclaim the Gospel to every creature.” Jesus appeared to the Eleven with a very specific mission. He didn’t come to them just to socialize and have a good time, but to tell them what they needed to do. They were told that now their job is to go to the world to everyone and tell them about Christ, about the resurrection. Jesus appeared to other people and saints after this, and I believe He appears to good people even today. But all the time He does it is because He has a specific mission for that person or an important message to pass on. Every so often someone might tell me that he or she had a vision of Christ, or that He came to him or her in a dream, and they would ask -- how can I interpret that? Well, I have never experienced anything like that, but I truly believe that Jesus doesn’t appear to certain people just to prove that He exists, or only because He wants to say ‘hi’. He always come with a certain task or mission. Jesus comes to us in the Eucharist, and again, not only to socialize with us, but with a mission, with an important call -- “Go into the whole world and proclaim the Gospel to every creature.”



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