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"People in our day suffer unjustly simply because of the color of their skin or their national origin. Let us acknowledge the sin of racism and work to combat it in our social structures, our institutions, and our hearts."

The Board of the National Association of Catholic Family Life Ministers will be praying the Stations of the Cross "live" (on Friday, June 5th at 3pm...) composed by the USCCB in response to racism with reflections from the pastoral letter "Open Wide Our Hearts: The Enduring Call to Love." We invite you to pray with us as we unite as one family before the wounded Christ seeking healing and peace.

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Even though we cannot be in Mass at this time, Father will continue to pray for those who are in our Mass Intention book. Each day I will post who the Mass Intention is for. We ask that, as always that you pray for this person:

Mass Intention for 6/4: Johnna Flynn
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Although we cannot attend daily or weekend mass, we still pray together as a community. During this challenging time, we will be sharing the order of prayer each day of the week from Daily Prayer with hope that you, your family, and friends will maintain the community and connectedness that is so important.

Wednesday, June 3, 2020
Memorial of St. Charles Lwanga and Companions, Martyrs
† To you, O Lord, I lift up my soul.

Psalm 92 page 410

Reading Mark 12:18–27
Some Sadducees, who say there is no
resurrection, came to Jesus and put this
question to him, saying, “Teacher, Moses
wrote for us, If someone’s brother dies,
leaving a wife but no child, his brother
must take the wife and raise up descendants for his brother. Now there were
seven brothers. The first married a
woman and died, leaving no descendants.
So the second brother married her and
died, leaving no descendants and the
third likewise. And the seven left no
descendants. Last of all the women also
died. At the resurrection when they arise
whose wife will she be? For all seven had
been married to her.” Jesus said to them,
“Are you not misled because you do not
know the Scriptures or the power of
God? When they rise from the dead, they
neither marry nor are given in marriage,
but they are like the angels in heaven.
As for the dead being raised, have you
not read in the Book of Moses, in the
passage about the bush, how God told
him, I am the God of Abraham, the God
of Isaac, and the God of Jacob? He is
not God of the dead but of the living. You
are greatly misled.”

Reflection
The question by the Sadducees concerning the status of married relationships
after death allows Jesus to offer an
important teaching about the resurrection. The question about the woman and
her seven husbands, all brothers, borders
on the ridiculous, but Jesus responds on
a serious note. Jesus simply says that
after the resurrection everything changes.
Human categories and boundaries are
no more. The relationships of this life are
not irrelevant; surely we will meet our
loved ones in heaven. But the relationships of this life will be even more amazing in the company of God, and the
communion of saints.

Prayers others may be added

Trusting in the goodness of God,
we pray:
◆ Lord, hear our prayer. For all married couples, that they
continue to live in the joy of their marriage vows, we pray:
◆ For those who are preparing for Marriage, that they look forward to the grace of the sacrament, we pray:
◆ For those husbands and wives who are care givers for their spouse, we pray:
◆ For widows and widowers who mourn the loss of a loved one, may they find comfort in the promise of the resurrection, we pray

Our Father . . .

In your loving kindness, O God,
you have bestowed on husbands and wives
the grace of love and the promise of
presence in their lives.
May their lives be devoted to living
in faithfulness and charity with
each other
in all the joys and hardships of life.
Through Christ our Lord.
Amen.
† To you, O Lord, I lift up my soul.
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Even though we cannot be in Mass at this time, Father will continue to pray for those who are in our Mass Intention book. Each day I will post who the Mass Intention is for. We ask that, as always that you pray for this person:

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Although we cannot attend daily or weekend mass, we still pray together as a community. During this challenging time, we will be sharing the order of prayer each day of the week from Daily Prayer with hope that you, your family, and friends will maintain the community and connectedness that is so important.

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Weekday
† In every age, O Lord, you have been our refuge.

Psalm 89 page 408

Reading Mark 12:13–17

Some Pharisees and Herodians were
sent to Jesus to ensnare him in his
speech. They came and said to him,
“Teacher, we know that you are a truthful man and that you are not concerned
with anyone’s opinion. You do not regard
a person’s status but teach the way of
God in accordance with the truth. Is it
lawful to pay the census tax to Caesar
or not? Should we pay or should we not
pay?” Knowing their hypocrisy he said
to them, “Why are you testing me?
Bring me a denarius to look at.” They
brought one to him and he said to them,
“Whose image and inscription is this?”
They replied to him, “Caesar’s.” So
Jesus said to them, “Repay to Caesar
what belongs to Caesar and to God what
belongs to God.” They were utterly
amazed at him.

Reflection

Jesus turns the tables on the Pharisees
and the Herodians when they try to trap
him over paying the census tax. If he
had said not to pay it, he would have
been in trouble with the civil authorities. If he had said to pay it, he would
have angered the Jewish community
who regarded Caesar as an oppressive
dictator. Paying taxes then was as contentious as it is now! For Jesus it is a
question of priorities. We need to live
in society and keep its laws. But our true
loyalty is to God who deserves the
fullest measure of our love and our
livelihood.

Prayers others may be added

Trusting in the goodness of God,
we pray:
◆ Lord, hear our prayer. That government leaders distribute
resources justly to all their constituents,
we pray to the Lord:
◆ That the Church use her resources to alleviate the conditions of those who are poor
and homeless, we pray to the Lord
◆ That we be generous in our support of those whose resources are scarce,
we pray to the Lord:
◆ That those who are unemployed or underemployed not lose heart, we pray to the Lord

Our Father . . .

God of mercy,
come to the aid of your people when they
struggle with the hardships of life.
May the generosity of your love lead
more and more believers to be grateful
for their blessings,
and be generous in charity toward others.
Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,
who lives and reigns with you,
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, for ever and ever.
Amen.

† In every age, O Lord, you have been
our refuge.
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Although we cannot attend daily or weekend mass, we still pray together as a community. During this challenging time, we will be sharing the order of prayer each day of the week from Daily Prayer with hope that you, your family, and friends will maintain the community and connectedness that is so important.

Monday, June 1, 2020
Feast of Mary, Mother of the Church

† In you, my God, I place my trust.
Canticle of Mary page 423
Reading John 19:25–27
Standing by the cross of Jesus were his
mother and his mother’s sister, Mary
the wife of Clopas, and Mary of Magdala.
When Jesus saw his mother and the disciple there whom he loved he said to his
mother, “Woman, behold, your son.”
Then he said to the disciple, “Behold,
your mother.” And from that hour the
disciple took her into his home.

Reflection
In 2018 Pope Francis designated the
Monday after Pentecost as the feast of
Mary, Mother of the Church. This is a
fitting title for Mary who was present
with the disciples of the Lord on that
first Pentecost. Since Pentecost is
regarded as the birthday of the Church,
it is only fitting that Mary, the woman
of the new covenant, be honored as the
mother of a new community of believers,
the Church. Just as Jesus entrusts his
mother to John, a faithful follower, so
the Church is entrusted to her to imitate
her humble and generous fiat.

Prayers others may be added

Trusting in the goodness of God,
we pray:
◆ Lord, hear our prayer.
That the Church always be a community
of faithful believers, imitating the
example of Mary, we pray
◆ That those who hear God’s word follow Mary’s
example to live it joyfully, we pray
◆That those who suffer in mind or body
find comfort through the intercession of
Mary, we pray
◆ That all mothers turn to Mary for strength and inspiration,
we pray

Our Father . . .

In every age, O God,
your word has come to us through
your messengers,
and in our time
that same word has come to dwell in our
midst through the obedience of Mary,
Mother of the Church.
Grant that we may be open to the words
of her Son,
and in hearing his word,
live it fully and faithfully.
Through our Lord Jesus Christ your Son,
who, lives and reigns with you,
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, for ever and ever.
Amen.

† In you, my God, I place my trust.
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Even though we cannot be in Mass at this time, Father will continue to pray for those who are in our Mass Intention book. Each day I will post who the Mass Intention is for. We ask that, as always that you pray for this person:

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Update to why we canceled mass. One of the permanent deacons that was at the Cathedral yesterday for the Diaconate ordination tested positive for COVID-19. We were not made aware of that until late Saturday evening (it was NOT someone from Cabrini). Father Gabe (who was wearing his mask), our Seminarians, as well as several of our parishioners were present at the Ordination. In an abundance of caution and for the health of OUR Cabrini family, we will not have any masses or Confessions until further notice. ... See MoreSee Less

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URGENT: From Father Gabe:

My dear ones: Due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control and for the health and safety of our parish family and visitors, no more masses until further notice.

Father Gabe "is ok and is looking forward to when we can get back together for Mass."
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"Congratulations to our newly ordained deacons Emmanuel Antwi and Christopher Awiliba for the Diocese of Savannah." ... See MoreSee Less

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