Newsletter 23 October 2016

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Newsletter 23rd October 2016

Newsletter-23-October-2016Family Connection

In the family, one sometimes observes a level of competition between children for parent attention, for acknowledgement of their abilities. Somehow, children seem to internalize that the attention given to one member of the family diminishes the attention given to another. In this way, children can often sound like the Pharisee in Jesus’ parable. Parents who provide continual reminders to their children that they are loved for who they are, not for what they do, help children develop a healthy spirituality.

As a family, talk about what it means to compare oneself to another. Discuss whether it is helpful to compare oneself to another. In what ways might this be positive? (when it motivates one to use one’s talents) In what circumstances might this be unhelpful? (when it proves discouraging, when it prevents one from valuing the abilities of another)

As a family, read today’s Gospel, Luke 18:9-14. Discuss: What was wrong about the prayer of the Pharisee? How can we emulate the prayer of the tax collector?

 

Mass Times

Holy Cross, Tramore

Mass Times:
Weekdays: 7.30 am & 10.00am
Saturday: 10.00am & 7.30pm
Sunday: 8.30am, 10.30am & 12 noon.

Confessions:
Saturday 10.30am & 7pm

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament:
Thursdays from 10.30am-5pm

Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help:
Mondays at 10am Mass

 


Our Lady’s Church, Carbally

Mass Times:
Sunday: 11.30am

Mass Readings for Today

Mass Readings for Sunday