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Kay wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • In what way this week can I "become bread" for others?


  { In what way can I "become bread" for others? }

Paul replied:

Dear Kay,

  • Since "bread" is what gives us life, the question seems to be how can you be a life giving force for others?

Whenever we give love we give life. So any charitable act where you give of yourself to another for their good, whether it be giving of your time, talent, or treasure, seems to be what it means to "become bread for others".

By God's grace, your charity may open people up to God and point them to the Real Bread who came down from Heaven for our nourishment, Jesus in the Eucharist.


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