A Prayer for our Troops

Lord, hold our troops in your loving hands. Protect them as they protect us. Bless them and their families for the selfless acts they perform for us in our time of need. We ask this in the name of Jesus, our Lord and Savior.

Please Pray for these men and women in the service of our country:

C. Master Sgt. Matthew Rossoni, Army Commander Michael Quigley, US Navy Capt. John DePree, US Navy Kyle McGill, US Army Infantry
Kristin Chapman, USAF Tiffany Garcia Buethe Nick Kennedy, USN Richard Klupp, Army
Sean Eastis, USMC James Chapman Sarah Manley, USAF Aaron Equinoa
Seamus Westint Andy Harrison, USAF Alicia Delahunty TYra Weldon
Nickolaus Swanson Robert A. Wharton SSG Trevor Oxman Master Sgt. Ray Olmos Jr.
Brian Tucker Roy Walters    

Amen.

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Prayer List....

Jamey Gregoire, Jonathan & Eskyler ******
Danny Weldon Joan Ann Coule
Sylvia Jenson Chuck Rosencrantz
Jim Mathews Tressa Rosencrantz
Patty Summers Gerardo Rodriguez-Coronado
Lou Bonneville Susan Ruth Reuter
Sarah Bryan Joanna Woody Jones
John McAvoy Barbara J. Furgason
Robert & Cathy Neptune Marlene Marcocchi
Joe Bonchonsky Taylor Cardoza
Charles Ely Ken Marzocchi
Joe Spini Sue Ackerman
Kitty Lyons Pauline Helweg
Ed Flynn Carol Neely
Heidi Goebel Tom Kraemer
Steve Smith Elizabeth Carter

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This Week's Gospel

      After John was imprisoned, Jesus went into Galilee and proclaimed the gospel of God. He said, “The time is fulfilled and the kingdom of God is near. Repent and believe the gospel!” Jesus can say that the kingdom of God is near because He, the King, is near. Jesus will revisit this subject in chapter four, where this kingdom is described in detail.
       Peter and Andrew, James and John all responded with haste. While their initial response is immediate, the text later demonstrates that they certainly didn’t know what they were getting themselves into. Although these disciples follow Jesus immediately, the rest of the Gospel shows that they failed to consider the cost. And the cost turned out to be too high; they all abandoned Jesus before ultimately coming back to Him.

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Dismissal

        At the end of Mass, we are not simply dismissed. We are sent out in the Lord's name and with the Lord's power to build up of His kingdom in the world. When Mass concludes, we do not just leave the building; we enter the world with a mission!

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