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Dear Families,

In this Sunday’s Gospel, a blind man named Bartimaeus calls out to Jesus to cure him.  The people in the crowd tell him to stop calling out, but he calls out more loudly.  He won’t be silenced.  Jesus hears him and goes to him and asks him “What do you want me to do for you?”  He replies.  “Master, I want to see”.  Jesus tells Bartimaeus that his faith has saved him and he receives his sight.

Sometimes we can be blind too.  We don’t see the truth about God and are blind to our own faults.  Perhaps we are hurting or feeling alone or sad.  Like Bartimaeus, we should call out to Jesus to help us and not let anyone stop us.  Jesus wants us to believe that he can heal us.  He shows us that our persistence in prayer is a sign of our faith. 

As a family watch video in its entirety and then ask each other these questions?

What do you want Jesus to heal for you?  Do you believe that he can heal you?

Family Prayer:  Lord, sometimes we don’t even recognize that we need healing.  Help us to see where we might be broken and humbly ask you to heal us.

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Dear Families,

In this Sunday’s Gospel Jesus calls Andrew, Simon (Peter), James and John to leave their jobs as fishermen and to follow him.  When God calls, we must be ready to drop everything and follow.

As a family watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question. What would you have to leave behind to follow Jesus?

Family Prayer:  Lord, help us to follow you because you know what will make us truly happy.  Amen

 

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Dear Families,

If you were invited to a party, would you go?  In this Sunday’s Gospel, the guests who were invited did not come, so the host invited strangers.  Every Sunday, we are invited to come to God’s house.  Sometimes we may not feel like going, but God is always waiting for our arrival.

As a family watch video in its entirety than ask each other this question. Why is Sunday Mass such an important and special celebration?

Family Prayer:  Thank you, Lord, for sending us an invitation to be a part of your family and come to your celebration every Sunday!  Amen

 

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Dear Families,

In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus taught thousands of people about living a holy life, and then he fed them by a miracle of multiplying five loaves and two fishes. 

Jesus still wants to feed us both spiritually and physically.  At Mass he comes to us in the Liturgy of the Word and the Liturgy of the Eucharist.

Jesus shares himself with us through the Gospel and then in the Eucharist.


As a family, watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question.
How can you recognize the needs of others, whether they are spiritual, emotional or physical?

Family Prayer:  Dear Jesus, help us to notice when others need our help, whether it is with their spiritual, emotional, or physical needs. Amen

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Dear Families,

In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus calms the storm surrounding the Apostles.  Jesus also calms the storms in our lives.

Jesus reminds us that we must trust in him even when things look scary, because he is always in control.

As a family, watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question.

In what area of your life do you need to trust Jesus more?

Family Prayer:  Lord, we all experience storms in life.  Help us to trust you even when life seems difficult. Amen

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Queridas familias,

En el Evangelio de este domingo, Jesús calma la tormenta frente a los apóstoles.  Jesús también calma las tormentas en nuestras vidas. 

Jesús nos recuerda que debemos confiar en el aun cuando las cosas parezcan turbulentas, porque El siempre tiene el control.

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Dear Families,

In this Sunday’s readings we hear about two widows.  A widow is a woman whose husband has died.  In the first reading we hear about a widow who was asked to give away all the food she had, and she was blessed with enough flour and oil to supply her and her son for a year.  In the Gospel reading Jesus points out to his disciples a poor widow who puts in two small coins in the Temple treasury.  He sees the generosity of the poor widow.  Her small coins required a greater sacrifice than the large amounts the rich were giving.  Both widows gave the last and the best of what they had.

When we understand that everything we have comes from God, we are then ready to give everything to him.  By giving away the best of ourselves and what we have, our faith and love for one another grows.  We learn that we need to thank and trust God for all he has given us.

As a family watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question.
When you give, do you give everything you have or only what you have left over?

Family Prayer:  Lord, help us see what we are withholding from you.  Give us the strength to be generous and not ask for anything in return.  Amen

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11/14/21 - 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Cycle B

Dear Families,

In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus tells his disciples what will happen at the end of time.  The sun and moon will become dark and the stars will fall down from the sky.  These are scary things to hear, but then he also says he will return.  He tells them that only God the Father knows when this will happen.

This Gospel is a reminder we should be prepared for Jesus’ coming at all times to enter God’s Kingdom.  We need to stay close to God and away from sin.  Christ will come again.

As a family watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question.
What can you do to show Jesus he is welcome in your home and heart every day?

Family Prayer:  Lord, help us make loving choices every day as we wait for your return.  Amen

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Dear Families,

This Sunday’s Gospel is often misunderstood.  Jesus is not saying the woman is a dog.  He is trying to explain that she is not a person who was raised in faith

and yet she shows great faith.  To some, she was invisible.  The woman is persistent and faithful, two things we are reminded to be.

As a family, watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question.

Who is invisible to you?  Who do you ignore?  Why do you choose to do this?

Family Prayer:  Jesus, sometimes it can feel as though you cannot hear us.  Help us to keep asking for help and to be patient,

waiting with trust, knowing you will answer our prayers at the right time.  Amen

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Dear Families,

In this week’s Gospel, Jesus selects his 12 Apostles giving them special authority to preach and heal the sick.  He did not send them alone.  He sent then out two by two, and gives them specific instructions to take nothing with them for the journey, except a walking stick, a pair of sandals and one tunic.  The Apostles trusted everything Jesus told them to do.

By virtue of our Baptism, we are called to trust Jesus and in his name tell people about his love for us.  But he doesn’t expect us to do this mission alone.  He wants us to work with others.  Our Church is a community of disciples who teach people about Jesus and helps others in Jesus’ name. 

As a family watch video in its entirety and ask each other this question? 

How will you share Jesus’ mission as his disciple?

Family Prayer:  Jesus, help me to listen, hear and share your word.  Amen

 

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Dear Families,

In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus teaches us the Beatitudes which is a list of attitudes and actions that help people find happiness. We are called to be peacemakers, to be humble, merciful, and clean of heart.  Today we celebrate the Solemnity of All Saints. Studying the lives of the saints shows us how other people have lived out these Beatitudes as holy examples for us.

As a family watch video in its entirety than ask each other this question. How can you put into practice these teachings of Jesus?

Family Prayer:  Lord, teach us to understand the Beatitudes and follow the example of the saints.  Amen

 

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Dear Families,

It is the Second Sunday in Advent, and in this Sunday’s Gospel John the Baptist baptized with water as a symbol that the people were leaving their old, sinful ways behind.  He was preparing them for when Jesus would baptize them with the Holy Spirit and change them forever.

As a family watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question. How does your family prepare for Christmas?  Are you preparing your heart for Jesus?

Family Prayer:  Lord, please help us to prepare not only for Christmas celebrations, but also for your arrival in our hearts.  Amen

 

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Dear Families,

No one knows when Jesus will come back, but we know we will see him face-to-face someday. As we eagerly await Christmas and the celebration of Jesus’ birth, we remember that we should always be waiting for Jesus.

As a family watch video in its entirety then ask each other this question. When you are waiting for someone, how do you fill the time?

Family Prayer:  Jesus, help us to pay attention to your words and teachings. 

Help us to follow you always.  Amen

 

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Dear Parents,

In this Sunday’s Gospel Jesus cured Simon’s mother-in-law.  Jesus also cured many others who were brought to him, healing their illnesses and driving out demons.  The Gospel also remind us that Jesus took time to pray so he could carry out his healing ministry.

As a family watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question. How do you feel when you see people who are sick or struggling?

Family Prayer:  Jesus, help us to do your work of feeding the hungry, caring for the sick, and comforting others.  Amen

 

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Dear Families,

In this Sunday’s Gospel, a blind man named Bartimaeus calls out to Jesus to cure him.  The people in the crowd tell him to stop calling out, but he calls out more loudly.  He won’t be silenced.  Jesus hears him and goes to him and asks him “What do you want me to do for you?”  He replies.  “Master, I want to see”.  Jesus tells Bartimaeus that his faith has saved him and he receives his sight.

Sometimes we can be blind too.  We don’t see the truth about God and are blind to our own faults.  Perhaps we are hurting or feeling alone or sad.  Like Bartimaeus, we should call out to Jesus to help us and not let anyone stop us.  Jesus wants us to believe that he can heal us.  He shows us that our persistence in prayer is a sign of our faith. 

As a family watch video in its entirety and then ask each other these questions?

What do you want Jesus to heal for you?  Do you believe that he can heal you?

Family Prayer:  Lord, sometimes we don’t even recognize that we need healing.  Help us to see where we might be broken and humbly ask you to heal us.

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Dear Families,

The request of John and James in this Sunday’s Gospel brings to light how even Jesus’ followers had the desire to be approved and rewarded in worldly terms.  Whenever human beings gather, we ask who is best, number 1, champion, leader.  As a family, we also struggle with disagreements and power struggles.  Listen to the Gospel and learn how Jesus teaches us the importance of service and sacrifice in the life of a disciple.  Jesus wants his followers to imitate him by being humble and becoming servants of all.

Jesus came to serve, not to be served and gave his life as a sacrifice to save us.  Each time you go to Mass, know that the Lamb of God is offering himself for you in the sacrifice of the Eucharist.  See the glory of his life being poured out for you, then let it inspire you to go and pour yourself out for others.

As a family watch video in its entirety and then ask each other these questions.

In your family, how do you struggle with authority?  How do you put each other’s needs before your own?

Family Prayer:  Open our eyes Lord to see the needs of others and grow in our desire to serve them.  Amen

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12/12/21 - Third Sunday of Advent - Cycle C

Dear Families,

This Sunday is the third week of Advent, and we prepare joyfully for the coming of the Messiah.  John the Baptist answers questions on how to prepare for the coming of the Messiah.  He told them they can share food and clothing.  Tax collectors can collect only what they are owed.  Soldiers could treat people with respect.  At first people thought he might be the Messiah, but he explained that one mightier than him would baptize with the Holy Spirit. 

John the Baptist’s preaching raises people’s hopes.  John helped people to see how they should act toward one another so that they are ready for God’s coming.  People came to see and hear him, and he showed them the way to God.  The people that heard John preach had a desire to change their lives for the better, they wanted to hear the truth. 

As a family, watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question.
How can we, like John the Baptist, show other people the way to Jesus?

Family Prayer:  Holy Spirit, you move us and help us change.  Teach us to follow Jesus in all things. Amen

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Dear Families,

In this week’s Gospel, Jesus’ disciple John said to Jesus.  “Teacher, we saw someone driving out demons in your name, and we tried to prevent him because he does not follow us.”  Jesus teaches the disciples that they should not be reluctant to share Jesus’ healing powers with others.  No one who performs good deeds in his name is against him.  God’s love is for everyone.  Jesus teaches his disciples that goodness and godliness are qualities to be nurtured in ourselves and in others.  No matter our race, age, or social status, Jesus wants us to welcome and accept others as he does.

Jesus also says some things that sounds crazy.  Why would he say cut off your hand and foot, pluck your eye out if this causes you to sin?  He is saying these things not for us to do it.  But so that we can realize that our hand, foot and eye are parts of our bodies that can lead us away from God when they are not used for His glory.  Pay special attention to the reflection part of this week’s video.  It will explain how this teaching applies to our world today.

As a family watch video in its entirety, it’s important to watch video to ask each other this question.

Am I using my hand, foot, or eye to block my relationship with Jesus?

Family Prayer:  Lord, help us to strengthen our weaknesses, and walk in your path.

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12/5/21 - Second Sunday of Advent - Cycle C

Dear Families,

In this Sunday’s Gospel, John the Baptist (Jesus’ cousin) goes all over the country around the Jordan River and tells everyone to prepare for the coming of the Messiah.  John was not afraid to talk about Jesus and to encourage people to repent and turn away from sin.  John gave hope to people.  He shared the Good News of Jesus, that he was coming to save them, and we should share this too. 

When we light one more candle this Sunday, hopefully it will continue to remind us of how we are called to make changes in our lives and make a straight path to the Lord. 

As a family, watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question.
What changes must I make within me that is standing in the way of growing closer to Jesus?

Family Prayer:  Lord, help us to recognize what hurts your heart and have the courage to work to change it.  Amen

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12/19/21 - Fourth Sunday of Advent - Cycle C

Dear Families,

 

On this fourth Sunday of advent, our Gospel reading recalls Mary’s actions after the announcement by the Angel Gabriel of Jesus birth and her cousin Elizabeth’s pregnancy.  Mary immediately decides to visit her cousin Elizabeth.  When Elizabeth hears Mary’s greeting, the baby (John the Baptist) leaped with joy in her womb.  She was filled with the Holy Spirit and Elizabeth gives us the words that are central to the Hail Mary “Blessed is the fruit of your womb.”  The mystery of the Incarnation, God taking on human flesh by the Virgin Mary.  Both Mary and Elizabeth show how to trust God’s word that Mary would become the mother of Jesus and rejoiced in God’s blessings.

 

As a family watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question.

In what way can you imitate Mary and help bring Jesus to others?

 

Family Prayer:  Jesus, teach us to love your mother, Mary, like you do.  Amen.

 

 

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12/26/21 - Christmas Day and Feast of Holy Family- Cycle C

Dear Families,

In this Sunday’s Gospel, at the age of 12 Jesus, Mary, and Joseph were on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem for the Jewish feast of Passover, an event where family and friends traveled together each year.  On their way back home, they realized Jesus was not with them.  They were worried when they could not find Jesus with any of their families or friends.  They finally found Jesus when they went back to the Temple.  When they found him and they told him how concerned and anxious they were, Jesus asked them why were they concerned since he was in his Father’s house, but he was obedient and returned with them to Nazareth. 

As a family watch Merry Christmas video in its entirety and then ask each other these questions.
How can Jesus be born into your heart this Christmas?  What can you do to show your family that you love them?

Family Prayer:  Lord, help our family to seek and see you as we celebrate Jesus’ coming this Christmas.

 

 

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1/2/22 - Epiphany of the Lord- Cycle C

Dear Families,

This Sunday we celebrate the Epiphany of the Lord.  The Gospel tells us about the Magi.  They were three wise men from the East that had seen a special star rising up in the sky and traveled to Jerusalem.  They asked to meet with King Herod and asked him where was the child who had been born King of the Jews because they wanted to do him homage.  Herod was very upset with this question.  He was already the King of the Jews.  He was upset someone would take away his power.  Herod asked the Magi to let him know when they found him because he too wanted to do homage.  But secretly he wished to learn his whereabouts so he could kill him.

The Magi followed the star to Bethlehem until it stopped over the place where the Child Jesus was.  They bowed to the ground and did homage, and gave him gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh.  During the night they had a dream telling them not to go back to Herod, so they went back to their country taking another road.

As a family watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question.
What gift can you give Jesus that shows your love for God and others?

Family Prayer:  Lord, like the Magi help us to seek and worship you as our King.  Amen.

 

 

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Dear Families,

It is the fourth Sunday of Advent.  In this Sunday’s Gospel the angel Gabriel appeared to Mary and asked her to be the mother of Jesus.  She said yes to God’s invitation.  Mary believed God could do impossible things.  Through her yes, she brought Jesus into the world.  This Thursday, December 25th, after all the waiting and preparation, our Savior is here.  It is a time of great joy.  Merry Christmas to all.  May the birth of our Savior open your hearts to his love.

As a family watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question. How do you show that you believe God can do impossible things?  How is Jesus a gift in your life?  How do you share this gift with others?

Family Prayer:  Dear God, show us how to bring Jesus to others.

 

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1/9/22 - Baptism of the Lord- Cycle C

Dear Families,

This Sunday we celebrate the feast of the Baptism of the Lord.  Many people in Israel thought John the Baptist was the Messiah.  John clears the confusion by explaining he baptizes with water but one mightier than he will baptize with the Holy Spirit.  After Jesus was baptized by John, the Holy Spirit came down in the form of a dove.  A voice from Heaven said, “You are my beloved Son; with you I am well pleased.”  The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are each present for this important event.  Jesus is not alone when he begins his mission.

Like Jesus, we are God’s beloved sons and daughters.  When we are baptized, we are not alone.  God is getting us ready for a special mission.  At our Baptism we become members of a community that continues Jesus’ work of healing and teaching.

As a family watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question.
What difference does being baptized make in the choices you make?

Family Prayer:  Thank you, Lord for making us members of your family through Baptism.  Amen.

 

 

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Dear Families,

In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus is walking with his disciples through Galilee.  Jesus tells his disciples that there will be conflict.  He explains that he will suffer, die and rise.  The disciples don’t want to think about what he is saying, they are afraid to ask questions.  Instead, they argue about which one of them is the greatest.  Jesus knew what they were talking about, so he tells them that if they want to be first, they must be humble and serve others.

Arguments as the disciples had in this Sunday’s Gospel are common in family life.  Ever had this argument?  I want to be first.  I did the dishes yesterday; someone else should do it today.  Why did she/he get chosen and I did not?  All of us need to be reminded that to be great in God’s Kingdom is to be the servant of all.

As a family watch video in its entirety and ask each other this question.

How do you serve others?

Family Prayer:  Lord, help us to see you when we see people in need.

 

 

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11/21/21 - Solemnity of Christ the King - Cycle B

Dear Families,

The Feast of Christ the King ends the Church year.  The Church celebrates this feast to hold up Jesus as the kind of king and leader the world needs. 

This Sunday’s Gospel when Pilate asks Jesus if he is a king, he answers that his kingdom does not belong to this world.  He has no army.  Jesus is not a king of power and force.  He reins his kingdom by being a Servant King.  He serves people with God’s truth, love and peace.  Jesus has authority over everything, but he humbles himself to serve us and even to die for us.

On this feast of Christ the King, let us remember to allow Christ to rein in our minds, will, hearts, and bodies.  Let us be followers of the Servant King. 

As a family watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question.
How is God’s kingdom different from a kingdom on earth?

Family Prayer:  Jesus, you are a good and loving king.  Help us to follow your will and trust that it is always for our good. Amen.

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11/28/21 - First Sunday of Advent - Cycle C

Dear Families,

Advent means “coming” it is a season of promises.  We remember how long people waited for God to send the promised Messiah.  We remember Jesus’ promise to be with us always.  We wait for Jesus and his promise to come again in glory.

This Sundays Gospel tells us to be ready for Jesus Second coming.  It contains a strong message for us to not be distracted by problems or our own bad behaviors while we wait.  Jesus wants us to be good to others and ourselves while we prepare for his return.

Watch video in entirety and then ask each other this question. 
What are ways to prepare for Jesus coming in glory?

Family Prayer:  Lord, we want to become the people you created us to be.  Give us the grace to work on those things we need to correct or improve.  Amen

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Dear Families,

In this Sunday’s Gospel Jesus asks his disciples, “Who do you say that I am”, and Peter declares that Jesus is the Christ.  Jesus then tells his disciples something they may not have wanted to hear.  That he was going to suffer and die.  Peter objects to what Jesus has said.  Jesus tells Peter you don’t understand you are not thinking as God does, but as human beings do.  Like Peter we too may not understand.  We also may have ideas about what we think God should be doing in our world.  We risk limiting God’s plan by thinking only in human ways.  God’s plans are always more than we can ever imagine.  Jesus suffered, died, was buried, and is Risen!

As followers of Jesus, we need to take up our cross and follow him.  Jesus gave everything for us, and he wants us to love him and trust him with our whole hearts.  Jesus wants us to offer our lives in service to others.  As James tells us in today’s Second Reading, we can’t just say we have faith.  We need to show our faith by works of love.

As a family watch video in its entirety and ask each other this question.

What does Jesus mean when he says we must take up our cross and follow him?

Family Prayer:  Jesus, teach us to believe in you and trust in you completely, even when it seems difficult.  Amen

 

 

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Dear Families,

During Jesus’ time on earth, religious leaders liked to sit around and discuss the law.  One Jewish teacher asked him, “Of all the commandments, which is the most important?”  Jesus answered, “The first one is:  You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all you soul, with all your mind, and with all your strength.  The second is this: You shall love your neighbor as yourself.  There is no other commandment greater than these.”

In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus teaches to love God above everything else.  It may sometimes be difficult to remember all the 10 Commandments.  However, Jesus explains that love is the greatest commandment that sums up all the others.  To love God, we praise God and thank him.  With his love we learn to love each other, share, forgive, and show respect.

As a family watch video in its entirety and then ask each other this question?

How does Jesus show you by example how you can live out the Great Commandment of loving God and neighbor?

Family Prayer:  Jesus, help us to not get caught up in our own busyness and forget to put you first.

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Dear Families,

No one is ever too young to help Jesus!  In this Sunday’s Gospel, a little boy gave all the food he had to Jesus.  Jesus performed a miracle and fed thousands of people with the little boy’s gift.  Jesus was showing us that later he would feed thousands of us with the Holy Eucharist.

As a family watch video in its entirety and ask each other this question.

What gifts do you have that Jesus could multiply to help others?

Family Prayer:  Jesus, sometimes we are hungry too!  We hunger for love, encouragement, or peace.  Please help us to turn to you to give us all the things we hunger for.  Amen

 

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Dear Families,

In this week’s Gospel, the Pharisees criticized Jesus’ disciples because they didn’t follow observations of the cleaning of hands, purifying themselves before they ate and other traditions.   They believed that by their actions alone they were making themselves holy.  Jesus taught the Pharisees who questioned him, that we do not make ourselves holy by just our actions.  Rather, we become holy when we allow God’s Spirit to transform our hearts. 

As a family watch video in its entirety and ask each other this question.

How do you honor Jesus with your lips and your heart?

Family Prayer:  Dear Jesus, help us to be true in our faith and love for you.  Let our hearts and our actions reflect that love.  Amen

 

 

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