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Saturday, October 14
5:00pm - Joseph Milowicki

Sunday, October 15
8am - Mass for the People
10am - Margaret Campbell

Monday, October 16
6:00pm - Joyce & Ron DeWolfe

Tuesday, October 17
8:00am - Francis Pollinger

Wednesday, October 18
8:00am - Salvatore F. Catullo

Thursday, October 19
8:00am John A. Berrie, Sr.
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Although death brings a deep sense of sadness and loss, faith provides solace and strength.  It is a time when we encounter the things of God and our belief in Him in new way.  It is a time for us to support and console one another.
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We see that in today's Gospel, Jesus speaks about
a king with a long list of people nvited to a wedding
banquet. The banquet is heaven - as our first
reading makes clear: "a feast of rich foods and
choice wines" where God "will remove the veil that
veils all people...he will destroy death forever."
Sadly the invited guests refuse to come. They have
more important things on their mind. They even
make fun of the king's messengers and mistreat
them. All are invited, but not all respond. It's hard for
us to come to grips with the fact that not everyone
might be saved. Yet that is the conclusion of
today's parable: "Many are invited, but few are
chosen."
We see that in today's Gospel, Jesus speaks about
a king with a long list of people nvited to a wedding
banquet. The banquet is heaven - as our first
reading makes clear: "a feast of rich foods and
choice wines" where God "will remove the veil that
veils all people...he will destroy death forever."
Sadly the invited guests refuse to come. They have
more important things on their mind. They even
make fun of the king's messengers and mistreat
them. All are invited, but not all respond. It's hard for
us to come to grips with the fact that not everyone
might be saved. Yet that is the conclusion of
today's parable: "Many are invited, but few are
chosen."
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