Judgment is Coming11-17-2019Fr. Julius Kundi
Last Sunday, our readings began this reflection about the after-life and urged us to entrust ourselves into God’s hands, for He is the God of the living. Today again the liturgy wants to call our attention to the fact that the end of all things will come and then there will be judgment. That this world, with its beauty will all come to an end. Some how the liturgy paints a frightening picture of this end, with statements like "nation shall rise against nation, plagues and famines, fearful omens and great signs, persecutions and trials" will all take place. Understanding these statements about the end time has distracted humanity all through history. Many sects and groups have arisen to claim to know the exact date of the Lord’s coming, and the failure of previous predictions never seems to discourage them from settling on another date for Armageddon. This continues to confuse and distract many Christians from the actual message about how to prepare for the Day of the Lord. But how should we understand and interpret the message of Jesus about the end of time?READ MORE
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Lost Spouse Mass
Nov 23, 2019: 10:00am
We ask that you bring a flower for your loved one and during Offertory you may bring your flower to the Altar.
A reception will follow the Mass in the Holy Family Parish Center.
Catholic Men’s Fellowship Group
Dec 4, 2019: 6:00am - 7:00am (every first Wednesday of the month)
in the Holy Family Parish Center
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