Thirty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time / All Saints Day
November 1, 2020 •
It's appropriate that on this day - right before our election - to think of the great number of all those little saints in heaven. All of those little aborted babies.
Millions upon millions upon millions of them.
They're innocent... it's very likely they are in glory with the Lord right now. If they are truly there with the Lord, close to Him, being glorified by Him, don't they - like all of the Saints - want to intercede for us.
We should call upon them, all of these little aborted children. We should ask them to intercede for our country. And you know what will be near and dear to their hearts. Not only their family members, and the doctors and politicians who support the murdering of the innocent, but all of the suffering in the country that comes because of it.
On this day in particular we should call upon their intercession. We should ask them to pray before the throne of the Father for us, and for our country.
Rv 7:2-4, 9-14; Ps 18:2-3, 3-4, 47, 51; 1 Jn 3:1-3; Mt 5:1-12a
Homily begins at 19:50 and is followed by the praying of the Litany of the Saints