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In this week’s Gospel, a man with a disability that has caused him to beg on the side of the road cries out to Jesus for mercy. The people around him try to keep him quiet. Jesus stands still and talks with the man and heals him. With whom do you identify in this story? Have you ever cried out for help and been told to keep quiet? Have you ever been the one trying to keep a person in need quiet? What did you learn from your experiences– and from this Gospel?
Scripture References: Mark 10:46-52
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