Like the divine Sower mentioned in the Gospel of Sexagesima Sunday, Titus, the well-beloved disciple of St. Paul “endured the fatigues of numerous and distant voyages on land and sea to go and sow the divine word among nations of different countries speaking different tongues”. Wherefore the Church declares that “God had adorned him with the virtues of an apostle” (Collect), and that he was one of the “husbandmen whom the Master of the harvest had sent to gather it in” (Gospel).

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