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12th Week, Ordinary Time, Monday, June 21

 12th Week, Ordinary Time, Monday, June 21

Genesis 12:1-9 / Matthew 7:1-5

God calls Abraham; "Go forth to a new land!" 

Fr. John Catoir, director of the Christophers, describes his call to the ministry in his book That Your Joy May Be Full.

UCA Asia News - June 16

Filipino Catholics back call for ICC to pursue Duterte

Chief prosecutor wants full investigation into president's deadly war on drugs

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Matters India - June 15

 

June 15, 2021
India loses fourth Catholic bishop to Covid-19
By Matters India Reporter Gumla: The Catholic Church in India on June 15 lost the fourth bishop to Covid-19. Bishop Paul Alois Lakra of Gumla in Jharkhand died at 1.30…
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June 16, 2021
Myanmar

Fathers' Day - June 20

 More Materials posted under "Fathers' Day" category - TK

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Dads are different than Moms. They parent differently. They protect differently. They teach differently. Moms buy bumper pads. Dads buy Band-Aids. Moms schedule “play days.” Dads encourage “throw-downs.” Some of you are not going to be happy about this, and of course there are lots of exceptions, but overall there just do seem to be different styles inherent between Moms and Dads. 

11th Week, Ordinary Time, Saturday, June 19

 11th Week, Ordinary Time, Saturday, June 19

2 Cor 12:1-10 / Matthew 6:24-34

God's grace is enough; When I am weak, then I am strong. 

"As children bring their broken toys, with tears for us to mend, I brought my broken dreams to God, because he was my friend. 

13th Sunday: Talitha Koum - Liturgy

 Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

 

1. God Is Pro-Life

2. Life Is Victorious


Greeting (see second reading)

We are gathered in the name of Jesus:
he was rich but became poor for our sake
to make us rich out of his poverty.
He brought us life and healing.
May his life and grace be always with you. R/ And also with you.

11th Week, Ordinary Time, Friday, June 18

 11th Week, Ordinary Time, Friday, June 18

2 Cor 11:18, 21-30 / Matthew 6:19-23

My life speaks for itself; I suffer gladly for the gospel. 

Years ago, Alice Marble, the queen of American tennis, woke up on what she hoped would be the most glorious day of her life. She was playing in England's Wimbledon finals.

12th Sunday: Jesus Calms the Storms: Liturgy


Greeting (see Second Reading)

The love of Christ overwhelms us.
He died for all,
so that those who live
should no longer live for themselves
but for him who died
and was raised up for us.
May the Risen Lord be always with you. R/ And also with you.

11th Week, Ordinary Time, Thursday, June 17

 11th Week, Ordinary Time, Thursday, June 17

2 Cor 11:1-11 / Matthew 6:7-15

Beware of false prophets; They teach a different gospel. 

Charles Colson was a top aide to President Nixon in the 1970s. He was convicted of involvement in the Watergate scandal and imprisoned. While in prison, he had a religious conversion. Today he is a free man, going about the nation preaching a kind of grassroots Christianity.

11th Week, Ordinary Time, Wednesday, June 16

 11th Week, Ordinary Time, Wednesday, June 16

2 Cor 9:6-11 / Matthew 6:1-6, 16-18

God loves a cheerful giver; As you sow, you reap. 

Years ago, Judd Gray was convicted of murder. An insignificant incident played an important role in his conviction. On the night of the crime, near the crime site, Gray had flagged down a taxi.