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‘Every parish and rectory in the hurricane zone has suffered’

‘Every parish and rectory in the hurricane zone has suffered’

Finding the divine every day

Finding the divine every day

Papa Francisco canonizó a Pablo VI, Monseñor Romero y otros cinco

Papa Francisco canonizó a Pablo VI, Monseñor Romero y otros cinco

El V Encuentro: Un momento de oportunidades y esperanza para la Iglesia

El V Encuentro: Un momento de oportunidades y esperanza para la Iglesia

Groups rush aid to Miami’s sister diocese

Groups rush aid to Miami’s sister diocese

At St. Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary

At St. Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary

Award recipients: ‘You don’t do it for accolades’

Award recipients: ‘You don’t do it for accolades’

Archdiocese celebrates ‘60 years of grace’

Archdiocese celebrates ‘60 years of grace’

Pastoral Bulletin for October 2018

Pastoral Bulletin for October 2018

Lawyers told: Don’t despair, seek Spirit’s counsel

Lawyers told: Don’t despair, seek Spirit’s counsel

Schools get in on 60th anniversary celebration

Schools get in on 60th anniversary celebration

More than 200 honored on archdiocese's 60th anniversary

More than 200 honored on archdiocese's 60th anniversary

Archbishop Thomas Wenski's Vespers talk at archdiocesan 60th anniversary

Archbishop Thomas Wenski's Vespers talk at archdiocesan 60th anniversary

You’re invited to celebrate archdiocese’s 60th

You’re invited to celebrate archdiocese’s 60th

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Lack of political will

October 11, 2018

166. Worldwide, the ecological movement has made significant advances, thanks also to the efforts of many organizations of civil society. It is impossible here to mention them all, or to review the history of their contributions. But thanks to their efforts, environmental questions have increasingly found a place on public agendas and encouraged more far-sighted approaches. This notwithstanding, recent World Summits on the environment have not lived up to expectations because, due to lack of political will, they were unable to reach truly meaningful and effective global agreements on the environment.

Source : Laudato Si'

Father Juan J. Sosa

St. Joseph Church

In the readings for this Sunday, we acknowledge the most valuable gift of life, given to us as a special treasure greater than all riches and wealth. Today’s Reading claims that this treasure is wisdom. In the Second Reading, God’s challenges our way of life. Finally, in the Gospel, Jesus teaches that our self-emptying is necessary to discover the true riches of serving others. These readings can be used for all faithful hearers of the Word to respond to the Lord’s calling. All three of them offer unique, valuable richness to our spiritual lives.

Assembled at different times and in different contexts, we believe that these readings will lead us to eternal life. Above all, the Gospel helps us make the radical response that the Lord asks from each of us—just as he asked of the man who was full of worry and in search of answers. In our lives, we are often forced to make difficult decisions, even though we doubt ourselves. What choices do we make? Do we choose to accumulate wealth, or we willing to share with others? Do we pray for God’s wisdom, or do we give in to negativity? Use these questions to have a discussion with the liturgical committee before the liturgy this Sunday—this conversation could also include other parish members and volunteers from other ministries, as well.

Rev. Juan J. Sosa

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