(Isaiah 66: 10-14     Galatians 6: 14-18     Luke 10: 1-12, 17-20)

The utmost worship one can give to God is to be obedient to the will of God. This is spelled out in the first three tenets of the Decalogue. To achieve this, we ought to accord God all glory, honor, praise, thanksgiving, and power, for without the Breath of God in us we can to do nothing. This is very crucial as we go forth to proclaim the Good News, witnessing to the efficacy of the same Good News. In this way, we avoid any attempt to boast and arrogate to ourselves the strength and ability to accomplish what has been entrusted to us. For this reason, St Paul would remind us that we possess an important treasure in earthen vessels so that the grandeur of the power at work in us may be from God, and not from ourselves.

Like St Peter and St Paul who gave complete witnesses to Jesus Christ to the point of death, despite their weak human natures, so we too must give a complete witness to Jesus Christ notwithstanding our individual and collective human weaknesses. No heavenly angels would be chosen and sent out to give witness to Christ; we sinful weak human beings would be chosen for this noble task. All we have to do is to acknowledge that our weakness lays claim to the strength of God.  It is with a spirit of humble obedience that we would allow the Spirit of God take full control of us by activating in us all that is needed to proclaim the Good News without any fear of persecution. If we only know and believe that nothing can ever destroy our immortal souls, any kind of suffering we endure on account of the Good News would be counted as naught.


Mass Times

St. Joseph's:
Saturday 4:00pm
(confession 3:30pm)
Sunday 10:00am
Tuesday Mass & Adoration 4-6pm
Wednesday - Friday 7:45am

St. Kevins:
Sunday 8:00am

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