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|Wed - May 17
Eucharistic Holy Hour For Religious Vocations
Bishop Donald Hying will lead us in prayer and present: The importance of the family in supporting vocations to the priesthood and religious life.
More than just activity with fancy names, ministry and service are at the core of faithful Christian living. Following the example of Jesus, who spent three years sharing the Good News of the Kingdom and responding to the needs of men and women who were suffering, ministry is our participation in the life of Jesus.
Ministry offered by members of Queen of All Saints Parish brings the presence of Christ, the peace of the Spirit, and the hope of the Resurrection to the poor, the sick, the elderly, children preparing for sacraments, teens, young adults, young couples preparing for marriage, men and women grieving the loss of loved ones. All of the ministry that members of this parish offer flow from and are sustained by the Eucharist we celebrate on Sunday.
Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.
Matthew 25: 40
Works of Mercy
The Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy are actions we can perform that extend God’s compassion and mercy to those in need.
Corporal Works of Mercy
The Corporal Works of Mercy are these kind acts by which we help our neighbors with their material and physical needs. The Corporal Works of Mercy:
- Feed the hungry
- Give drink to the thirsty
- Clothe the naked
- Shelter the homeless
- Visit the sick
- Visit the imprisoned
- Bury the dead
Spiritual Works of Mercy
The Spiritual Works of Mercy are acts of compassion, as listed below, by which we help our neighbors with their emotional and spiritual needs.
- Admonish the sinner
- Instruct the ignorant (This and the next work are extremely pertinent categories today, when so many people are confused by what the Church teaches on contraception, abortion, homosexuality, etc.)
- Counsel the doubtful
- Comfort the sorrowful
- Bear wrongs patiently
- Forgive all injuries
- Pray for the living and the dead