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Daily Mass: Tuesday – Friday 9:00am  (livestreamed) followed by the Holy Rosary with Sister Dolores at 9:45am.
Weekend Masses: Saturday: 5:30pm, Sunday: 9:00am, Sunday: 11:00am (livestream)
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NOT TO BE SERVED, BUT TO SERVE:  
Gospel Reflection
on Mk 10:35-45, Sunday, October 17, 2021
In this week’s Gospel, Jesus explains the importance of service and sacrifice in the life of a disciple as He prepares the Twelve for their leadership roles in the emerging Church. Discuss with your family: In the Gospel, Jesus talks about leaders. What are some things that leaders do? (Accept all answers) How do the leaders in your life serve you by helping you learn and have fun? Jesus says, “the Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve” (Matthew 10:45).  What did Jesus say leaders in the Kingdom of God do? (Serve others) We can be leaders too when we put other people’s needs before our own. When we look for small ways to be helpful each day and get along with others, we are being leaders. Jesus knows that His work is countercultural. Following Jesus’ example of sacrificial love continues to be countercultural in our day as well.


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Pope Francis holds the ne Korean saint as a model of faith and evangelization:
Pope Francis sent a message to Korean Catholics on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the birth of St. Andrew Kim Taegon, Korea’s first Catholic priest, on August 21. (See this article by Robin Gomes on Vatican News)

Questions of the Week

Questions of the Week
30th Sunday in Ordinary Time (B) (Year B)
Sunday, October 24th, 2021 (#149)
The eyes of faith
Adults: What have your eyes of faith helped you see in a new way?

Youths: What do you like most about the story of Bartimaeus? Why?

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