Padre John Montoya - Reflexión del Evangelio de Madrugada del 9 de Abril del 2021

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Anónimo

Hermosa reflexion Como se llama la canción de hoy

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vero

Padre John bendecido día gracias por todo el amor de Dios plasmado en sus reflexiones Me gustaría integrarme al wutsup pero no se como hacerlo

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Norma Hernandez

Señor quieto amarte, gracias por estar siemprd a mi lado, bendito seas mi Señor. Te amo con el amor del Señor P. John.

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