This weekend we celebrate the Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

The readings are as follows: Ezekiel 18:25-28. Psalm 25:4-5, 6-7, 8-9. Philippians 2:1-11. Matthew 21:28-32.

Reflections for this Sunday’s Readings:

Sometimes we bristle at being told what to do. We may say a yes or a no, then do
something else. The demands of Christian living are not easy. But we look to Jesus for guidance, for encouragement, for example.
 What attitude-adjustment do I need to be more like Christ?
 What will I do to be more compassionate and merciful?
 What interest of another will be important to me this week?

You are invited to download and print the Order of Service and Father David’s Homily found below to follow along and participate in this weekend’s Mass.

And Be Sure to Check Out This Sunday’s Bulletin…Take a look at this weekend’s bulletin attached below to find out more about:

-St. James Launches Project ONE-a way to connect our family of faith in these unprecedented times–page 5
-The Annual Pet Blessing to be held on Sunday, October 4th–page 2
-Our New Bishop Ronald Hicks to be installed next week–page 3