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Church of the Home for Saturday, July 22

The Apostle to the Apostles

On the feast of St. Mary Magdalene, we remember how she became the “Apostle to the Apostles” by letting her voice carry the Good News of Jesus’ resurrection. She was the first to recognize Jesus as the risen Christ and she followed his instructions to tell the Apostles what had happened. Mary was a bold messenger, a tower of strength and courage, a willing apostle. May we look to her as our model as we carry forth our message of a new Church for a new day.


Mary Magdalene has been a victim of mistaken identity for almost 20 centuries. Yet she would no doubt insist that it makes no difference. We are all in need of the saving power of God, no matter the sins we have committed. More importantly, we are all “unofficial” witnesses of the Resurrection.


Ideas to celebrate St. Mary Magdalene today and beyond:
  1. Invite a friend or family member to Mass. Share the Good News just like Mary Magdalene.

  2. Take time to recognize the women who helped you to grow in faith.

  3. Spend some time in the garden, your own or a church garden, praying and reflecting on your faith.


Prayer

O God, whose Only Begotten Son entrusted Mary Magdalene before all others with announcing the great joy of the Resurrection, grant, we pray, that through her intercession and example we may proclaim the living Christ and come to see him reigning in your glory. Who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, God, for ever and ever. Amen.

 

60 Days to 60 Years Continues

As we continue the countdown to our 60th Anniversary,

Resurrection invites you to participate in the many events being offered


 

Join us for Mass this weekend in person at 4:00 PM on Saturday, 8:30 or 10:30 AM on Sunday, on www.gbres.org/live, our YouTube channel, and our Facebook page.



READINGS FOR THIS WEEKEND’S MASSES


VIRTUALLY SUNDAY REFLECTION

Where do you find the kingdom of God? When we open our eyes and look with a new perspective, we find the kingdom in the ordinariness of our everyday life. The love, forgiveness, and inclusion of God's kingdom invades our lives, if we let it. Join Bridget as she reflects on this weekend's Gospel.

 

Families

 

This Weekend's Bulletin

(click to read)

 

Newest Member of Our Family of Faith

Celebrating the Sacrament of Marriage within Our Parish Family

Recent Losses in Our Parish Family

 

Announcements

Join Team Resurrection today!

$25/adult | $20/youth (17 & under)

Register online at bethelightwalk.com

Our team name is Resurrection Catholic Parish

and the team password is Res



 

Ruby and Res

Could Ruby be any more content than at this moment?

Gary sure does know how to make a puppy feel loved!




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