Today’s first reading is the story of Suzanna in Daniel 13. This is one of the stories that our Protestant brothers and sisters do not have in their Bibles but call it “apocrypha.” It is the story of a woman of courage and faith and a boy detective who used tree-mendous reasoning.  It teaches that what God knows about us is more important than what people think about us, and warns of being careful about believing everything we are told.

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