May 29, 2016 2nd Sunday After Pentecost
Scripture Readings: Epistle Romans 2:10-16; Gospel Matthew 4:18-23
Join us for the recitation of the Rosary every Sunday at 10:25 AM, as we Pray For Peace.
On Sunday, June 12, we begin Summer schedule for Sunday Divine Liturgy. It will be at 9 AM instead of 11 AM until September.
Monday, May 23, begins the Apostles’ Fast, which continues through June 28. This is in commemoration of the Apostles’ preparation for their travels into the world to begin their evangelizing, and culminates in the Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul on June 29.
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By receiving the Eucharist we are nourished of the Body and Blood of Jesus, and by entering us, Jesus joins us to his Body! (May 29)
Remain steadfast in the journey of faith, with firm hope in the Lord. This is the secret of our journey! (May 28)
Mary is an icon of how the Church must offer forgiveness to those who seek it. (May 27)
Jesus gives himself to us in the Eucharist, offering himself as spiritual food that sustains our life. (May 26)
With the weapons of love, God has defeated selfishness and death. His son Jesus is the door of mercy wide open to all. (May 25)
God can fill our hearts with his love and help us continue our journey together towards the land of freedom and life. (May 24)
In a broken world, to communicate with mercy means to help create closeness between the children of God. (May 23)
The feast of the Most Holy Trinity renews our mission of living in communion with God and all people on the model of the divine communion. (May 22)
Each one of us can be a bridge of encounter between diverse cultures and religions, a way to rediscover our common humanity. (May 21)
The firm commitment for human rights springs from an awareness of the unique and supreme value of each person. (May 20)
Loving and forgiving are tangible and visible signs that faith has transformed our hearts. (May 19)
The Jubilee is the party to which Jesus invites us all, without excluding anyone. (May 18)
The world needs the courage, hope, faith and perseverance of Christ’s followers. (May 17)
The gift of the Holy Spirit has been bestowed in abundance so that we may live lives of genuine faith and active charity. (May 16)