The other apostles are indignant at James and John. Is it because the ten consider the two either hard-hearted or lacking in intelligence that they either do not accept or do not understand the meaning of both the humility preached repeatedly and the passion predicted for the third time? Or is this a case of like poles repelling, alike in ambition, that is?
New wine is poured into fresh wineskins (Mk. 2:22—NABRE)
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