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Thank you for worshipping with us today.
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I was fortunate in being able to travel to Galilee recently, visiting the locations that Jesus and his disciples must have walked along two thousand years ago. Looking across the massive body of water that is the Sea of Galilee, I saw some fishermen, waiting with their lines in the water. I could just imagine Simon, Andrew, James and John, nets in hand, fishing along these very shores.
Fishermen play a significant role in the ministry of Jesus. Several are his disciples and he often uses fishing examples in his teachings, as he does in today’s Gospel. What’s striking, though, is Jesus’ call to the fishermen. It’s urgent enough for them to leave everything immediately – their livelihood and families – to follow Jesus. What could inspire such change, such loyality to a stranger?
Every day thousand of men and women hear a call to be priests, nuns, teachers, healers and more. They have described that call as so urgent and strong that they drop the lives they are leading to follow it. We may not all be called in this way, but each and every one of us is called by God. We are called to believe, to trust and to live lives that are examples of that belief. Through the disciples’ example, we’re reminded that having absolute faith in God, even to the point of leaving the life we know, will never be cause for regret.
Taken from Sunday Missal - Living with Christ
Saskia Sivananthan, Surrey, BC
MASS INTENTIONS & DAILY READINGS
Rosary at 11:50 a.m.
Tues. January 27th: ferial
12:05 pm: John Friel +
Hebrews 10.1-10, Ps. 40.1+3ab, 6-7a, 9, 10, Mark 3.31-35
Wed. January 28th: St. Thomas Aquinas
Hebrews 10.11-18, Ps. 110.1, 2, 3, 4, Mark 4.1-20
Thurs. January 29th: ferial
Hebrews 10.19-25, Ps 24.1-2, 3-4ab, 5-6, Mark 4.21-25
Fri. January 30th: ferial
Hebrews 10.32-39, Ps. 37.3-4, 5-6, 23-24, 39-40, Mark 4.26-34
Sat. January 31st: St. John Bosco
5:15 pm: Anthony Pietrucha +
Hebrews 11.1-2, 8-19, Luke 1.69-70, 71-72, 73-75, Mark 4.35-41
Readings for Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - February 1st, 2015
1st Reading: Deuteronomy 18.15-20
Responsorial Psalm: Ps. 95.1-2, 6-7ab, 7c-9
2nd Reading: 1 Corinthians 7.32-35
Gospel: Mark 1.21-28
Full-Day Kindergarten Registration 2015 at Holy Name School
Extended Kindergarten Registration Hours Please note that the school will be open on Thursday, January 29th 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
For next weekend – January 31st & February 1st
5:15 pm – Flavia Mussio, Laurence Mussio
10:00 am – Liz Rerrie, Sheila Spencer, Sheila Brown-Vitullo
5:15 pm – Manuel Mairena, Nick Fera
10:00 am – Romeo Lopez, Anne Marie Cassin, Dena Hamid, Linda Nicol
This is how your donation works out when you fill out your Income Tax.
Your Total Tax Actual Cost
Gift of Savings to You
$100.00 $21.05 $78.95
$200.00 $42.10 $157.90
$500.00 $162.58 $337.42
$1,000.00 $363.38 $636.62
$5,000.00 $1,969.78 $3,030.22
$100.00 $24.44 $75.56
$200.00 $48.88 $151.12
$500.00 $190.10 $309.90
$1,000.00 $422.15 $577.85
$5,000.00 $2,278.54 $2,721.46
Tax Receipts are issued at the end of the fiscal year.
“My Church is composed of people like me
. . . we make it what it is”.
. . . It will be friendly if I am.
. . . Its pews will be filled if I help fill them.
. . . It will do great work if I work.
. . . It will make generous gifts to many causes if I am a generous giver.
. . . It will bring other people into its fellowship if I bring them.
. . . It will be a Church of loyalty and love, of fearlessness and faith, and a Church with noble spirit if I, who make it what it is, am filled with these things.
Therefore, with the help of God, I shall dedicate myself to the task of being all the things that I want my church to be!
family of faith