Saturday, May 9, 2015

Sixth Sunday of Easter, Gospel of St. John, Year B

“No one has greater love that this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.”

Let us deeply consider the love of our Savior Christ who so loved his own unto the end that for their sakes he willingly suffered that painful end, and therein declared the highest degree of love that can be. For, as he himself says: A greater love no one has than to give his life for his friends. This is indeed the greatest love that ever anyone had. But yet had our Savior a greater, for he gave his for both friend and foe.

From a Commentary by St. Thomas More

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