Stay Awake

Steiner, Edward F.
March 2012
Priest;Mar2012, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p26
In this article, the author reflects on the Passion and Death of Jesus Christ according to the Gospel of Mark. He explains that Jesus' Passion reveals that love is faithful, it abhors violence and it suffers. He tells that Jesus' disciples had a hard time staying awake to watch him. He urges the reader to look at their discipleship and the difficulty of following Christ on the way to the cross.


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