Read the daily quote from Pope Francis


June 8, 2017

Mark 12:28-34

Following the questioning of the unscrupulous Jewish leaders, a scribe poses an honest and heartfelt question. Jesus calls on the Scriptures for the answer. The first and greatest commandment is a combination of two. The scribe appreciates Jesus’ answer, and Jesus acknowledges the scribe’s understanding. He will be rewarded.


Prayer: I pray that you free me from that which I have put before my love for you and my love for neighbor.


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