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Stewardship of Time
Stewardship begins with the care of and sharing the gift of time. Time is one of the most precious possessions we have. How we spend our time is perhaps the clearest indication of our progress in a life of Christian discipleship. Time once spent can never be recovered. God gives us the present as a gift to use as good stewards. It means seeing our lives, 24 hours each day, as an opportunity to serve the Lord and to build up the Kingdom of God.
Stewardship of Talent
Stewardship of talent means nurturing, developing and using the God-given abilities which define us as unique individuals. Talents are special blessings each of us has received from a loving Creator who values us as part of His on-going creation. When we volunteer to work for our parish or help our neighbor, we share “who we are” for the good of others. What is your talent?
Stewardship of Treasure
Several of Jesus’ parables mention money or material possessions: the lost coin; the buried treasure; the pearl of great price; the Rich Man and Lazarus…Stewardship of treasure is not about giving to a need, but a need to give. Stewards are Christ-centered rather than self-centered. It is important for us to share what we have because all good things God has made are meant to be shared. It is how we give thanks to a loving God for the many blessings we have received. Giving is a faith response, the response of a faithful disciple.
Have you had all your Sacraments of Initiation: baptism; first communion and confirmation? Would you like to complete them? Our Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) process begins on Sunday, September 26th, after the 8 am Mass. The process moves through...
If you are still unable to hear well, despite the new sound system, especially if you are elderly, we have ear buds. They pick up the frequency of the microphone and send it into the little ear phone. You will need to come to the sacristy before Mass to pick one up,...
Here are the guidelines that have been set by the Fall River Diocese. Returning-to-Normal-Liturgical-Practices-5-29-21
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