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Politics, Sex and Religion: Voters Virtual Gospel Lesson by Jesus, "Woe Hypocrites"

We are all sinners. "He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone." The key to salvation is repentance and desire to no longer offend God and do good works. In this inflammable election year of Divine Mercy, Jesus reminds us in the Gospel of St. John when the Pharisees were stoning the adulteress that they better consider their own sins and reconciliation with God before condemning others to death.
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