Divine Office | If we are sheep, we overcome; if wolves, we are overcome

In today's Office of Readings we encounter a reading from a homily by St John Chrysostom, bishop (349-407 A.D.). He was elected Patriarch of Constantinople in 397. His sermons and writings did much to explain the Catholic faith and to encourage the living of the Christian life, and his eloquence earned him the surname “Chrysostom” (the Greek for “golden mouth”). For a reflection, "If we are sheep, we overcome; if wolves, we are overcome," please click on the image. Peace be with you!