The Deep End – ‘For the Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve’
Sunday, Catholics worldwide are asked
to recommit themselves to mission, to the gospel message. Many people think of
missionaries as those who travel to so-called developing countries &
dedicate their lives to serving the poor and spreading the gospel. Today we
pray especially for them but we also recommit ourselves to following the gospel
message in prayer, in our daily lives, in our relationships with others and in
sharing that message. Mission
We live in an extremely unequal world that is in desperate need of the gospel message of hope, solidarity, peace, love and equality. The
month of October reminds us all that we are bearers of that message. We are all
called to be missionaries wherever we live; we are all invited to love and
serve God by loving and serving others. That’s how we share our faith with the
world. The Mission month of October offers
everyone the chance to renew their commitment to the Gospel. Can we be
missionaries to our own families and to the people around us? That is one of
the more challenging tasks in our society today.
Jane Mellett ( Email email@example.com)
TOGETHER IN FAITH
“There is nothing more beautiful than to be
surprised by the Gospel, by the encounter
with Christ. There is nothing more beautiful
than to know Him and to speak to others of
our friendship with Him
Pope Benedict XV
God has created me
to do him some definite service.
He has committed some work to me
which he has not committed to another.
I have my mission:
I may never know it in this life,
but I shall be told it in the next.