Alleluia (JN 15:4A, 5B)
Remain in me as I remain in you, says the Lord.
Whoever remains in me bears much fruit.
Soprano Sasha Massey
Organist Tom Niel
God, Whose Giving Knows No Ending
Text: Robert L. Edwards
Tune: RUSTINGTON, Charles H. H. Parry
O Lord, Whose Mercies Numberless
Libretto: Charles Jennens, taken from the 1st book of Samuel
Music: From G. F. Handel's oratorio Saul
4pm Sat., 9am Sun. Mass
Extraction from Fr. Schumacher's homily: For all our gifts and abilities we must pay homage and show deep thanks and deep gratitude to God for his blessings. We must also bear witness to his word and love by sharing it and showing it to all people. Be eager to partake in the will and word of the Lord. Be voracious students of the Word rather than be consumed with the fleeting things of this world.
11am Sun. Mass
Extraction from Fr. Arceneaux's homily: Our family in the Lord is vast and His kindness must extend through us to all we connect with. To truly love and serve means heeding a call it would seem few follow. The word of God is given to us and we must be students of the word. In this way we can translate how we can live for Him and develop our abilities to glorify him and love all as he loves us.
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