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Published on Apr 6, 2012
Pope Benedict XVI celebrated the Mass of the Lord's Supper on Holy Thursday in Rome's cathedral Basilica of St John Lateran, beginning the Sacred Triduum -- the holiest three days of the year.
In his homily, the Holy Father concentrated on the mysteries sin, redemption and human freedom.
"When a man sets himself against God," said Pope Benedict, "he sets himself against his own truth, and therefore does not become free, but alienated from himself."
Pope Benedict stressed that pursuing one's own will does not open the doors to freedom, but is a form of rebellion pervades history and is the "bottomless lie that perverts our lives." Recalling the establishment of Most Holy Eucharist, the Pope sa ...