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My sisters and brothers in the Lord,
The Lord hears the cries of the oppressed! The teaching today is very clear: we must come before the Lord as people who have no rights at all and only ask his mercy. If we want to pray, we need to accept all of our failures and our brokenness.
The first reading today is from the Book of Sirach, one of the wisdom books. These books teach us what we might call “good manners” with the Lord. It seems obvious that if God is God and we are not God, we should come to God with humility and love and respect. Yet we humans don’t always do that. Far too often, we turn to God when we want something or when things are wrong or bad—almost as if we blame God for all that is bad and want God to change that. When things are fine, we don’t need God and so we no longer spend time with God.