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  • And having received the five loaves and the two fish, gazing up to heaven, he blessed and broke the bread, and he gave it to his disciples to set before them. And the two fish he divided among them all. (Mark 6, 41)

  • For they did not understand about the bread. For their heart had been blinded. (Mark 6, 52)

  • And when they had seen certain ones from his disciples eating bread with common hands, that is, with unwashed hands, they disparaged them. (Mark 7, 2)

  • And so the Pharisees and the scribes questioned him: “Why do your disciples not walk according to the tradition of the elders, but they eat bread with common hands?” (Mark 7, 5)

  • And he said to her: “First allow the sons to have their fill. For it is not good to take away the bread of the sons and throw it to the dogs.” (Mark 7, 27)

  • And his disciples answered him, “From where would anyone be able to obtain enough bread for them in the wilderness?” (Mark 8, 4)

  • And they forgot to take bread. And they did not have any with them in the boat, except one loaf. (Mark 8, 14)

  • And they discussed this with one another, saying, “For we have no bread.” (Mark 8, 16)

  • And Jesus, knowing this, said to them: “Why do you consider that it is because you have no bread? Do you not yet know or understand? Do you still have blindness in your heart? (Mark 8, 17)

  • Now the feast of Passover and of Unleavened Bread was two days away. And the leaders of the priests, and the scribes, were seeking a means by which they might deceitfully seize him and kill him. (Mark 14, 1)

  • And on the first day of Unleavened Bread, when they immolate the Passover, the disciples said to him, “Where do you want us to go and prepare for you to eat the Passover?” (Mark 14, 12)

  • And while eating with them, Jesus took bread. And blessing it, he broke it and gave it to them, and he said: “Take. This is my body.” (Mark 14, 22)


“O passado não conta mais para o Senhor. O que conta é o presente e estar atento e pronto para reparar o que foi feito.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina