August 15th, 2022 | 20 mins 5 secs
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Homily from the Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Every one of us is in the middle of the race of our lives. God has called us and brought us here, even when there is no victory in sight and even when victory is not possible. But God will always give whatever we need to finish the race.