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saint peter the apostle - St. Peter the Apostle Parish
SAINT PETER THE APOSTLE
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Children Faith Formation
Formación de Fe para Niños
Youth Minister
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Coordinador de Música
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Fr. Ramón R. Marrufo 760.689.6205
Don Jensen
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Daniel Rosas
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Linda McCotter
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Meg Long-Eastman
760.689.6208
Denell Robles
760.689.6212
Petra Díaz
760.689.6211
Daniel Andrus
760.689.6213
Valerie Kahle
760.689.6207
Juan Domingo
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A Love We Can Understand
Glory. We will hear about it in Sunday’s Gospel. God
will be glorified and God will glorify Jesus. And will
do it right away.
Fine. But most of us admit we do not understand
what it means to give glory to God or to Jesus. Let
us look.
The word glory could be defined as: very great
praise, honor, or distinction bestowed by others. I
was at a concert by Nickel Creek a number of years
ago in which the audience gave wild, unrestrained
approbation to the three performers, all of it deserved. We thundered appreciation and shouted and
whistled after every song in a two and a half hour
concert. The performers were in their twenties at that
time, but they had complete musical mastery. Half
way through the concert I noticed that I had been
smiling the whole time.
At last, when the three tried to end the concert, the
audience, in effect, threatened to mob them. One of
the performers called out, “Everyone deserves this
experience! We are going to line up the whole audience and let each of you come up here, and have
everybody go crazy over you!” Was this a kind of
“glory”?
But a member of Nickel Creek had written a song
that might show a better meaning of glory. It is called
“The Hand Song.”* Here is the story it tells.
A young boy tore off some garden roses for his
mother. She had been tending these roses with great
care, and he, unknowingly, pulled them to pieces.
The thorns dug into his hands as he brought his present to her. She extracted these thorny reminders of
her roses, lovingly.
And she knew it was love.
It was one she could understand.
He was showing his love
and that’s how he hurt his hands.
Some time later, held close on her lap, the boy listened to stories from the bible. He saw a picture of
Jesus and cried out, Momma, he’s got some scars
just like me.
And he knew it was love.
It was one he could understand.
He was showing his love
and that’s how he hurt his hands.
Finally grown up, the young man
is called by Uncle Sam. His
“number” is drawn, and he
throws himself in front of a friend
to shield him from gunfire. He
gave his life, a deed he had
learned from the roses and the
cross.
And they knew it was love.
It was one they could understand.
He was showing his love,
and that’s how he hurt his hands.
He learned what love was and he gave it on the battlefield. It is a small story, with no stadiums of people
to give applause. Did the boy/man earn “glory”?
Yes. Real love is the essence of human life. Jesus
says so in this Sunday’s Gospel:
I give you a new commandment:
Love one another.
As I have loved you,
so you also should love one another.
This is a love we can understand. Jesus hurt his
hands and his soul on the cross. It took his life. The
pain and death he incurred for others is filled with the
beauty of quiet glory.
Can we imagine this kind of glory? Even if we hurt
our hands?
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* The Hand Song, by Sean Watkins and his friend David Puckett,
Copyright © 2000. From the album Nickel Creek. Congratulations to
these men, and on the beauty of their words and music.
John Foley, SJ
Fr. John Foley, SJ is a composer and scholar at
Saint Louis University.
Copyright © 2015, John B. Foley, SJ
All rights reserved.
Permission is hereby granted to reproduce for personal or
parish use.
“Church” in Greek means convocation, or assembly in
Latin, because all are called to be members of it.
—St. Isidore—
St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Parish
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READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Sunday:
Acts 14:21-27; Ps 145:8-13; Rv 21:1-5a;
Jn 13:31-33a, 34-35
Monday:
1 Pt 5:5b-14; Ps 89:2-3, 6-7, 16-17;
Mk 16:15-20
Tuesday:
Acts 14:19-28; Ps 145:10-13ab, 21;
Jn 14:27-31a
Wednesday: Acts 15:1-6; Ps 122:1-5; Jn 15:1-8
Thursday:
Acts 15:7-21; Ps 96:1-3, 10; Jn 15:9-11
Friday:
Acts 15:22-31; Ps 57:8-10, 12; Jn 15:12-17
Saturday:
Acts 16:1-10; Ps 100:1b-3, 5; Jn 15:18-21
Sunday:
Acts 15:1-2, 22-29; Ps 67:2-3, 5-6, 8;
Rv 21:10-14, 22-23; Jn 14:23-29
Join Us in Celebrating
the Fortieth Anniversary of Ordination
to the Priesthood of Our Pastor
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Please join the school children in the Church, as they
lead us in Praying the Rosary at 2:30pm on the
following date: May 13th.
Miss Jones' Jr. High classes are busy meeting a variety of standards and having fun! In Religion, the 6th and
7th graders are learning about the division of King Solomon's Kingdom, while 8th graders are studying the
Protestant Reformation. For Religion Service Hours,
the students are helping gather and fill Get on the Bus
backpacks for our church community's involvement
with this program During 7th Grade Science, we are
learning about volcanoes, and in the lab photo, we are
observing candle wax, acting as the lava layers on our
clay volcanoes. In our 8th Grade Algebra class, the
students are mastering Rational Expressions. Lastly,
Miss Jones is guiding the students in creating awesome Mothers' Day presents in Art Class that their
families can treasure for a life time
Father Ramón R. Marrufo
Friday, May 6th 2016
450 S. Stage Coach Lane
Fallbrook, California 92028
Eucharistic Celebration 5:30 pm
Followed by Dinner in the Parish Hall
$20.00 per guest
Please R.S.V.P by 25 April 2016
760.689.6200 or 760.689.6270
YOUTH MINISTRY - D
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[email protected]
Keep the flame burning! Check out these events for High
School Youth in the Bosco Center! Bring your friends!
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Guys and Girls Bible Study - every Monday night 7pm-8:30pm
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F U E L High School Youth Group - every 2nd and
4th Wednesday - 7pm-9pm
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Open Gym - every 1st and 3rd Wednesday - 7pm9pm
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Guys Hoops - every Thursday - 7pm-9pm
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Movie Night - last Friday of the month - 7pm-9pm
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Next “IGNITE” Mass May 8th - 4:30pm
Save-the-Date
We are celebrating the end of the school year with a BIG BANG! On
Friday, May 20 join us for our Annual Spring Swing Golf Tournament
at the Golf Club of California here in Fallbrook, followed by our End
of the Year family friendly BBQ and Movie Night here on the school
campus! More information will be available at the end of April.
The Small Faith Communities of SPACP send thanks
to Miss Frances Jones and her Jr. High students for
producing those crazy, colorful fork buttons promoting
Renewal 2016. “Well done!"
Parroquia San Pedro Apóstol
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FORMACIÓN DE FÉ PARA NIÑOS (FFN)
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Felicidades a los que recibieron sus Sacramentos en la
Vigilia Pascual y a susFamilias.
Sacramentos de Iniciación: Primera Comunión y
Confirmación:
Que el Espiritu Santo los anime a seguir adelante
sirviendo al Señor.
Juan Pablo Aguilar
Julian Aguilar
Ruby Refugio
Blanca Gonzalez
Aracely Palma
Cesar Montejo (y Matrimonio)
Maritza Galván (y Matrimonio)
Susana Galván (P.C. y Matrimonio)
Jesús Flor (Conf. y Matrimonio)
José F. Flor
Profesición de Fe
Alexis Mancilla
Guillermo Montillo
Jorge Bautista
Viviana Villa
Dayannara Jaime
Unase a nosotros para celebrar
los 40 años del Aniversario de la
Ordenación Sacerdotal de nuestro
Pastor
Padre Ramón R. Marrufo
Viernes 6 de mayo 2016
450 S. Stage Coach Lane
Fallbrook, California 92028
Celebración Eucarística a las 5:30pm
Seguida de una Cena en el Salón Parroquial
$20 por persona
Por favor hacer reservaciones antes
del 25 de abril
760-689-6270 or 760-689-6200
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LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Domingo: Hch 14:21-27; Sal 145 (144):8-13;
Ap 21:1-5a; Jn 13:31-33a, 34-35
Lunes:
1 Pe 5:5b-14; Sal 89 (88):2-3, 6-7, 16-17;
Mc 16:15-20
Martes:
Hch 14:19-28; Sal 145 (144):10-13ab, 21;
Jn 14:27-31a
Miércoles: Hch 15:1-6; Sal 122 (121):1-5; Jn 15:1-8
Jueves:
Hch 15:7-21; Sal 96 (95):1-3, 10; Jn 15:9-11
Viernes:
Hch 15:22-31; Sal 57 (56):8-10, 12;
Jn 15:12-17
Sábado:
Hch 16:1-10; Sal 100 (99):1b-3, 5; Jn 15:18-21
Domingo: Hch 15:1-2, 22-29; Sal 67 (66):2-3, 5-6, 8;
Ap 21:10-14, 22-23; Jn 14:23-29
Parish Registration/Registro Parroquial
Welcome to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Parish!
Please take a moment to complete the following form, if
applicable, and return by mail or drop it in the Sunday collection basket.
¡Bienvenidos a la Parroquia San Pedro Apóstol!
Para inscribirse como miembro de esta iglesia llene esta
forma y devuélvala por correo o depositela en la canasta
de la colecta dominical.
__ I am new to the Parish/Soy nuevo a la parroquia
__ Change of Address or Phone #
__ Cambio de Domicilo/Numero de teléfono
__ I would like to volunteer as:
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__ Me gustaria ser voluntario de:
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Name/
Nombre________________________________________
Preguntas de la Semana 24 de Abril
Adultos: ¿Cómo se han amado en su familia y comunidad el uno al otro en tiempo de abuso o quebrantamiento? ¿Cómo funciona la oración misericordiosa y compasivo de Dios y como puede ayudarlo a enfrentarlo?
Jóvenes: ¿Cómo se siente amado por Jesús?
¿Cómo comparte este amor con otros?
Address/
Dirección_______________________________________
City/Ciudad______________________
Zip/Codigo Postal_______________
Telephone/Teléfono__________________________
Parroquia San Pedro Apóstol
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Las Ramas
Las lecturas de hoy nos hablan del significado de
ser una comunidad de bautizados que bautiza. Somos las ramas de la vida del Resucitado que Dios
ha puesto entre nosotros como fuente de nuestra
vida comunitaria. La única prueba de la Resurrección de Jesús es al amor que compartimos como
miembros de su comunidad. Como a Bernabé, nos
sostiene ese amor para que entre todos se desarrolle nuestro ministerio común.
Como cristianos actuamos según ciertas normas.
Una parte de nuestro ministerio es muy natural, como, ocasionalmente, servir café después de misa; la
fe sólo le profundiza el sentido. Parece muy natural
que un padre de familia comunique su fe a los hijos
a pesar de que esto no suceda siempre. En esta
parroquia, hacemos el intento de proteger este
derecho de los padres por medio de los programas
de la Primera Comunión y la Reconciliación. Los
padres de familia se reúnen desde diciembre a
mayo para orientarse y preparar a los hijos en un
programa excelente que también mejora su relación
con los hijos.
En esta parroquia, la liturgia siempre tiene sus molestias. Por ejemplo, el párroco habla mucho en la
misa y, a veces, inventa la plegaria eucarística. Si la
gente quiere liturgias bellas, ella misma las tendrá
que organizar.
Todos nosotros, por mucho que quermos servir a
los demás, debemos también mejorar nuestra
manera de hacerlo. La comunidad se merece nuestra atención y cariño. Nosotros, planificando el Adviento o la Cuaresma, cantando en los coros,
proclamando lecturas u organizando latas y bolsas
de comida en el depósito de comidas, debemos
guardar y profundizar las prioridades que acompañan estos ministerios porque somos una sola Iglesia
dedicada al propósito de hacer presente el Reino de
Dios en nuestro mundo conflictivo, vivir el amor de
Cristo en la comunidad y dar la vida por el prójimo.
Ser voluntarios no nos da permiso de entregar
cualquier cosita mínima al pueblo reunido. Debemos
tomar en cuenta la oportunidad de mejorar siempre
los dones recibidos de Dios antes de compartirlos
con los demás. Si amamos, regalamos a las personas amadas, no flores artificiales, sino vivas.
En los Hechos de Apóstoles, Lucas presenta a
Bernabé como el modelo de la misión eclesiástica
de preparar a las personas ministeriales.
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Sin personas como Bernabé, no
aparecerán nunca ministros como San Pablo. la Iglesia no
sería lo que debe ser. Bernabé
nos comunica por su ejemplo,
no sólo la importancia de vivir
un ministerio a beneficio de otros, sino también lo necesario
de enseñar el sentido y la técnica de los ministerios
particulares a otras personas que los llevarán más
adelante. Los ministros de comunión que instruyen
a otros para que se atienda al enfermo, y los
jóvenes confirmados que ayudan a los nuevos candidatos para el sacramento ya están desempeñando la tarea especial de Bernabé.
Todo nuestro ministerio debe ser el signo de las
posibilidades infinitas de la resurrección de Cristo y
de su Espíritu que nos invita a organizar la vida.
¿Ya sabemos quiénes somos y lo que debemos
estar haciendo? Todas las acciones nuestras
deben nutrir la comunidad, como las ramas de una
vid alimentan el corazón de la planta y así producen
su fruto. Existimos como ramas de la comunidad,
celebrando la alegría completa de todos los que
confian en los hermanos. Bernabé ama y por esto
expresa su plena confianza en los hermanos, primero en Pablo y después en Marcos, a pesar de
los prejuicios de otros. Dios nos invita a hacer lo
mismo por el mismo amor que El nos ha dado primero y que funciona siempre como la fuerza que
promueve y hace posible lo que será el Reino de
Dios en este mundo. ¿No es este amor de Dios lo
que anima, crea y libera la nueva humanidad en
Cristo? Por ser Iglesia, ¿no es la expresión constante del amor y confianza de Dios para con los
hermanos nuestro ministerio principal?
Donaldo Headley
Donaldo Headley se ordenó al sacerdocio en 1958. Se graduó con
MA en filosofía y STL en teología de la Facultad Pontificia del
Seminario de Santa María del Lago en Mundelein, Illinois.
Derechos de Autor © 2015, Donaldo Headley.
Todos los derechos reservados.
Se concede permiso para la reproducción para uso personal o uso
parroquial.
“Iglesia” en griego significa convocación, o asamblea en
latín, porque somos llamados a ser miembros de la misma.
—San Isidro—
St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Parish
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SAVE THE DATE!
Mark your Calendars for these Events
April 29th - Knights of Columbus Spring Golf
Tournament!
May 20th - Golf/BBQ
What better way to end the school year than with a day of
golf, followed by a great BBQ dinner!
Congratulations and welcome!
Benjamin Raul Mendez
Son of Moises Mendez and Rebeca Randel
Emma Bow
Daughter of Samuel and Erica Jones
Tobias
Shilo and Theresa Stigen
We celebrate with you on this happy occasion!
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
“Fr. Ramon Classic” GOLF TOURNAMENT
Friday, April 29, 2016
Castle Creek Golf Club
Join us for a fun day of Golf sponsored by the Knights
of Columbus. All are welcome, Knights, Ladies and
Guests. The cost is $45 and includes green fees, golf
cart and cash prizes. The first tee time is 10:15 a.m.
The Callaway System of scoring is used and, therefore, you do not have to be a good golfer to win a
prize. Sign up individually or as a foursome of your
choice. It is truly a fun day of golf!
Please make your reservations early by calling any of
our co-chairmen: Ed Erzen, (760) 728-3960; Tom
Beyer, (760) 723-7873; Joe Bator, (760) 451-5090;
Ross Bergantine, (760) 731-6309; Ron Morosetti,
(760) 731-7474. Make Checks payable to:
"KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, Council 7069"
PLEASE REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS:
POR FAVOR RECORDAR EN SUS ORACIÓNES:
The Sick / los enfermos… Felipa Manuel
Gonzalez, Earl Machado, Lucille Curtis, Regina Grevatt, Valerie Ann Kahle, Dorothy
Romani, Barbara Hudson, Herminio Gastellum, Feliza Santoyo, Richard Hayes, Barbara Hudson, Maria Luz Rosales,
The Deceased / los difuntos … Esther Bojorquez, James
Ure, Juan Mateo Francisco, Salvador Covarrubias, Rafael
Becerra, Walter and Hazel Bednarski, Jose and Amancio
Rosas, Margarita Cortez Rodriguez, Doreen Le Cakes, Maria
Rantz, Brad LeMoine, Mary Ann Gunther, Maria Del Carmen
Perez, Lazaro Jimenez, Ann Dilks, Apolinar Vargas, Cloyde
and Mary Jane Pierce, Karen Elaine Pang, Emily Van Eysden,
Honorata and Victorino Sianghio, Louise Goulet, Cecelia Baquero, Mary Jane Pierce, Sixtos Rojas, Helen and Vincent
Spanier, Luis and Engracia Diaz, Ofelia Oliveras, Jose Armando and Tranquilino Chavez, Nancy Cooke, Margaret Kennedy,
Paul Butter, Hans Van Dooremolen, Vincent Calvanese, Teodoro Padilla, Francisco Andres Gonzalez,
Infant Baptism Preparation Seminar
The next Infant Baptism preparation seminar for parents
and Godparents will be held on Saturday May 14, 2016 at
9:00 a.m. This seminar may be attended while you are
expecting your child. It is also for those who are planning
a baptism in the coming months. You must register before the class. The parish shares your joy as you prepare to baptize your child.
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Saturday, April 23
4:30pm, Missa Propopulo
6:00pm, † Regula Rodriguez
Sunday, April 24
7:30am, † TJ Hardy
9:00am, † Juana Arellano
Betancourt
11:00am, Knights of Columbus
1:00pm, † Anastacio & Consuelo
Correa
Monday, April 25
8:30am, Eileen Dooley
(Happy Birthday)
Tuesday, April 26
6:30pm, † Regulo Rodriguez
Wednesday, April 27
8:30am, † Mike Bailey
Thursday, April 28
8:30am, Daniel Lynch
Friday, April 29
8:30am, † Clifford Raisch
Saturday, April 30
4:30pm, † Lena Faye Cross
6:00pm, Missa Propopulo
COURAGE -- This is a support group for those suffering
with same-sex attractions. The goal of Courage is to
practice chastity. For those choosing to go beyond
chastity, Courage also encourages the person to discover his or her true heterosexual identity through the
redemptive power of Jesus Christ. For more information, call Paul at (760) 723-0464.
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Thank you for your faithful
stewardship of treasure
April 16th-17th Offering
General Fund:$14,809.50
Debt Reduction:$2,249.00
Gracias por su más fiel tesoro
de Administrador
We at St. Vincent De Paul resale store are located in Fallbrook.
Open 6 days a week 10am-3pm Monday thru Friday and 10am-2pm
on Saturday. The store needs stewards part-time or full time. We
would appreciate any hours you can give. SVDP gives back to the
community in Fallbrook. We assist people in need; help the Soup
Kitchen; donate to Fallbrook Food Pantry and give assistance to St.
Peter’ Catholic School. It is a great place to meet and greet new
people and the work is very gratifying. Please contact Lucy Alvarez
at (760) 723-1093.
A Treasure Beyond Measure
Thanks to the graciousness of our pastor,
Father Ramon, we are privileged to have
Eucharistic Adoration every Friday from
9am to 9pm. Review your Friday schedule and plan times to spend with the
Lord. Bring your family or come alone
but definitely make the effort to come. Your effort to come
will be repaid a hundred fold! Oh Sacrament most holy, Oh
Sacrament Divine all praise and all thanksgiving be every
moment Thine.
Every Friday in the Reservation Chapel from
9:00am-9:00pm
We are in need of people willing to commit to an hour to
ensure the Blessed Sacrament is never left alone.
For information call Mary at 760-723-5420.
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We invite you to a wonderful Carmelite experience with the sisters of the Sacred Heart Retreat House on Tuesday, April 26,
from 9 to 1. You will be blessed! Topic: what is true freedom?
Prepare to be inspired! Lunch and fellowship follow the talk, at
the beautiful St. Elizabeth Seton Parish Hall. Please call Ellen
760-521-7610 for carpool arrangements.
Calling all women seeking more of the Lord's
presence in your lives!
Our next women's retreat at the Sacred Heart Retreat
House in Alhambra will be September 16-18. Please
consider joining us, as a gift to yourself & to the Lord. Be
surrounded by His love, in a beautiful, sacred, peaceful
environment.
Please call Ellen Bailey 760-521-7610 for details.
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Monday April 25 / Lunes 25 de Abril
Boy’s Scout meeting: 6:30pm-8:00pm; Loft
Tuesday April 26 / Martes 26 de Abril
WWJD Jr. High Youth Group: 6:30pm-8pm; Bosco Center
Wednesday April 27 / Miércoles 27 de Abril
Women of the Bible: 9:15am-10:30am; Conference room
Thursday April 28 / Jueves 28 de Abril
Catholic Bible Study: 9:30am-11:30am; St. Andrew Center
Catholic Bible Study: 6:00pm-8:00pm; St. Andrew Center
Friday April 29 / Viernes 29 de Abril
Eucharistic Adoration: 9:00am-9:00pm; Church
STEWARDSHIP CORNER
God proclaims at the end of our
Second Reading from the Book
of Revelations, “Behold, I make
all things new.” That is a good
thing to remember on this Fifth
Sunday of Easter. In the opening verse of this reading from
Holy Scripture, John also says,
“I…saw a new heaven and a
new earth.” Easter reveals this
newness to us, and we must always keep it in mind.
The Greek word used for what is translated as “new” is
kaine. As is normally the case, that particular Greek
word has multiple meanings, one of which is “fresh.” We
are not speaking of a heaven and earth which did not
exist before, but of a heaven and earth which are fresh
in their newness. This is not just a “new” perspective,
but a better one.
If we strive to live out our lives as disciples of Christ, if
we make a complete effort to be His disciples, we inherit
this new heaven. In it, as also indicated in our Second
Reading, God expresses His desire to be in close fellowship with us, and we in turn must desire to be His
people. Being God’s disciple should be the whole purpose of our lives. That is not easily achieved, nor is it
without obstacles and hurdles for us, but it is what our
purpose should be.
Acts 14: 21-27; Ps 145: 8-13; Rev 21: 1-5A; Jn 13: 31-33A, 34-35
- See more at: http://www.thecatholicsteward.com -The Catholic Steward, Reflection on Lectionary Readings -
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Adults: "How in your family and community have
you loved one another in the face of abuse or brokenness? How does prayer to a merciful and compassionate God help you deal with this?"
Youth: "How do you feel loved by Jesus? How do
you share this love with others?"

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