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She got to experience that excitement herself. I was able to see Pope Francis on the giant screen waving to the crowd from the Popemobile. I started walking closer, waving and smiling, and then he disappeared down the street. I was in awe for my second sighting of our Holy Father. I was so happy! It was amazing, the thousands and thousands of faithful who just wanted a glimpse of Pope Francis, to hear him speak. I was one of the lucky ones. I was blessed with both. Vincentians commissioned — Msgr.

Xavier Pappu, pastor of St. Matthew Church in Longview, recently commissioned new officers for the St. Matthew Conference of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Pappu; Esther Shattuck, secretary; and John Garcia, president. Photo courtesy of Tom Mittler The Diocese of Tyler Office of Faith Formation is holding a series of workshops focused on assisting parishes and families in developing practices and programs for those with special needs. Sessions are scheduled for Nov. Francis of Assisi in Gilmer, Nov. Patrick in Lufkin, and Nov. Francis of the Tejas in Crockett.

Topics to be covered include formation and awareness, making parishes accessible and inclusive, providing tools and resources, understanding disabilities, and the adaptive Finding God Program. The sessions are intended for catechists, parish leaders, clergy, caregivers for those with special needs, and educators. To register or for more information, contact the diocesan Office for Faith Formation, lporter dioceseoftyler. The Daughters of Divine Hope will offer an a. Mass Nov. The Mass will be celebrated in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, and lunch will follow in the Cathedral Center.

To speak with a priest about a possible vocation, call Father Justin Braun at the chancery, , ext.

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The Maria Goretti Network is a peer ministry group for survivors of abuse and their families. For information, call Peggy Hammett, , ext. Catholic counseling services are now available in the Diocese of Tyler. Initial phone consultations are free, and services are provided on a sliding fee scale. For information, call Carthage St. William of Vercelli Church. The parish Sunday Brunch is Nov. We will celebrate the feast of St.

Charles Borromeo. Volunteer your time or donate to help feed the hungry in our area. Contact Mary Ann Cluley, , for information. Charles is launching the first Families Anonymous chapter in the Diocese of Tyler.

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Families Anonymous is primarily for those who have known a feeling of desperation concerning the destructive behavior of someone very near to them, whether caused by drugs, alcohol, or related behavioral problems. Meetings are the second Monday of each month at p. Longview St. Mary Church. The St. Nicholas Bazaar is Dec. We are collecting baskets and items to go inside them, cellophane to heat wrap them, scissors, tape, bows, tissue paper, bags, etc. We also are collecting homemade items to sell.

The collection box is in the church office foyer. Please contact Pat Smith with any donation items, The adoration chapel is open 24 hours, 7 days a week. There are openings Mondays, noon-1 p. Matthew Church. The parish is in need of English-speaking catechists. Faith is a gift. Please be generous and share yours so that future generations may do the same. LifeTeen needs volunteers. If you wish to help our young people grow in their faith, contact Sonya Pereira in the church office, Andrew Catholic Church to pray the Divine Office.

All those wishing to follow St. For information, contact Matthew Rowley, mattrowley gmail. Andrew Church. To donate, contact Ben Honeywell, To leave prayer requests for the young people to take with them, contact Katie Glanton, Nacogdoches St. Mary Chapel, Stephen F. Austin State University. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is daily at 4 p. Every Wednesday, join us at the Circle! Come for Mass, then come on over to Ganter Hall around p.

If you happen to have one that you would like to donate or buy for us, you know that they would get lots of appreciation and use. How will your final arrangements be decided? This area serves as a visual reminder of the Paschal Mystery, the dying and rising of Christ in which we all share.

Putting plans into place now becomes a testimony to both our faith and our love of family. It is a loving and considerate thing to do for those we leave behind. Come out and visit our compassionate people and find how simple this decision can be. With each sale Rose Lawn will make a donation in your name to the Church of your choice or the Catholic Diocese of Tyler. Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Vincent de Paul is currently seeking two part-time employees. Duties include interviewing clients, determining eligibility for assistance, providing referrals for other community resources, and working with the SVdP board to maintain established budget.

Job applicants should be objective, adept at making decisions and resolving conflict, and possess good verbal and written communication skills, listening skills, and basic computer skills. Confidentiality and personal integrity are essential. Experience in social work is beneficial.

Bilingual is preferred. Approximately 16 hours per week Tuesdays and Thursdays. Job applicants should be dependable, organized, customer-focused and possess. Twenty-four hours per week days negotiable. All applicants will be required to pass a criminal background check. All employees are required to have a current Diocesan Ethics and Integrity certificate. Interviews will be conducted Oct. Start date will be on or about Dec. For additional information and to apply for either job, contact Anne Kent at or svdpicc aol.

Adoration is Monday, Tuesday and Friday, a. Mass is celebrated Wednesday-Friday, p. Rosary is Mondays at p. RCIA classes are Tuesdays at 7 p. Mass is celebrated Sundays at p. Mass or a Communion service is celebrated Tuesdays at p. For information, contact Deacon Bill Necessary, , or email dnecessary bishopgorman. Schmear has been a member of Council since its inception. A custom homebuilder, he has used his skills to help the parish with. Schmear also is active on the parish planning and finance councils.

Wills Point St. Luke Church. The Divine Mercy Chaplet is prayed Sundays at 3 p. The Youth Group meets Wednesdays, p. All junior high and high school students are encouraged to attend. Please meet inside the church. Normally, they will be scheduled at 1 p. Each son or daughter of a given country has a mission, a personal and social responsibility. Your own responsibility as members of Congress is to enable this country, by your legislative activity, to grow as a nation. You are the face of its people, their representatives.

You are called to defend and preserve the dignity of your fellow citizens in the tireless and demanding pursuit of the common good, for this is the chief aim of all politics. A political society endures when it seeks, as a vocation, to satisfy common needs by stimulating the growth of all its members, especially those in situations of greater vulnerability or risk. Legislative activity is always based on care for the people. To this you have been invited, called and convened by those who elected you. Yours is a work which makes me reflect in two ways on the figure of Moses.

On the one hand, the patriarch and lawgiver of the people of Israel symbolizes the need of peoples to keep alive their sense of unity by means of just legislation. On the other, the figure of Moses leads us directly to God and thus to the transcendent dignity of the human being. Moses provides us with a good synthesis of your work: you are asked to protect, by means of the law, the image and likeness fashioned by God on every human face In recent centuries, millions of people came to this land to pursue their dream of building a future in freedom.

We, the people of this continent, are not fearful of foreigners, because most of us were once foreigners. I say this to you as the son of immigrants,. Tragically, the rights of those who were here long before us were not always respected. For those peoples and their nations, from the heart of American democracy, I wish to reaffirm my highest esteem and appreciation. Those first contacts were often turbulent and violent, but it is difficult to judge the past by the criteria of the present. Nonetheless, when the stranger in our midst appeals to us, we must not repeat the sins and the errors of the past.

Building a nation calls us to recognize that we must constantly relate to others, rejecting a mindset of hostility in order to adopt one of reciprocal subsidiarity, in a constant effort to do our best. I am confident that we can do this I will end my visit to your country in Philadelphia, where I will take part in the World Meeting of Families. It is my wish that throughout my visit the family should be a recurrent theme.

How essential the family has been to the building of this country! And how worthy it remains of our support and encouragement! Yet I cannot hide my concern for the family, which is threatened, perhaps as never before, from within and without. Fundamental relationships are being called into question, as is the very basis of marriage and the family. I can only reiterate the importance and, above all, the richness and the beauty of family life In these remarks I have sought to present some of the richness of your cultural heritage, of the spirit of the American people.

It is my desire that this spirit continue to develop and grow, so that as many young people as possible can inherit and dwell in a land which has inspired so many people to dream. God bless America! There is thus a certain resemblance between the stages of natural life and the stages of the spiritual life.

We Catholics, who enjoy the benefits of all seven sacraments, understand that there is a pattern to the sacraments in a human life. For every sacrament there is a season. Baptism and Confirmation are sacraments of beginning, for the start of a faith journey here on Earth. We offer them to the young and to those first entering into full communion with the Catholic Church. Marriage is the sacrament which creates a new family in the sight of God, and Holy Orders creates a new priesthood or diaconate for the service of God. Holy Eucharist offers us continuing strength throughout our lives.

There is also a sacrament for the seasons of sickness in our lives, the sacrament of Anointing of the Sick. The Church, however, is teaching us that we do not need to wait until the hour of death to receive the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick. To understand this teaching, we must first understand our Catholic view of suffering. It is a unique, beautiful, and challenging idea - that our suffering has a purpose in the plan of a loving God.

The Problem of Suffering Sickness is part of the human condition. On Earth, our bodies are imperfect, and subject to illness and death. If we are not afflicted by serious illness along the way, we will certainly suffer in old age. Suffering is an inevitable part of every human life, and human beings have wondered at the existence of suffering throughout our history. It is indeed difficult to understand why God allows us to suffer, while at the same time He loves us greatly. Christianity answers this by reminding the world that God is a Father, a parent whose love is perfect.

This perfect love does not stop at half-measures. God, in his mercy, offers us His protection against the worst evil, and the worst evil is to be separated from Him for all eternity. Physical pain and suffering, as terrible as it is, is not the worst thing. In the Gospels, we can see Jesus healing the bodies of many people. He poured out His mercy upon the sick without reservation, but this healing He performed was a sign of greater things to come. His mission on Earth included healing many human bodies, but His sacrifice on the cross offers healing to all human souls.

When we pray for relief from sickness, our prayers are not always answered with physical healing. God allows even His most devoted servants to suffer greatly. This confuses the world, and it often confuses us. Is God ignoring us? When this world asks us how God can allow His children to suffer, we respond: Look at what God can do with suffering for the sake of salvation. Suffering has a purpose. The Garden and the Cross Our image of suffering is Christ. We gaze upon his suffering body in the form of the crucifix at Mass.

We hold the image of his. This sets us apart, our tradition of gazing into the reality of the suffering Christ endured for us. Our crosses are not empty, as in the symbology of other churches.

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Part of the message we are meant to receive from this meditation on the death of Christ is that God can bring salvation out of suffering. Christ was already suffering greatly on the night before his passion in the garden, from fear of pain and death. He knew what was coming.

This is the work of Christ: to save the world through suffering, and it is a work that we are called to participate in. This is the dramatic and challenging answer to the question posed by human suffering: in redeeming the world, Jesus has redeemed human suffering itself. He has changed the nature of suffering and given it a purpose. Our suffering is not useless. The world turned upside-down Saint John Paul II expressed this fundamental change in his apostolic letter On the Christian Meaning of Human Suffering: One can say that with the Passion of Christ all human suffering has found itself in a new situation.

In the Cross of Christ not only is the Redemption accomplished through suffering, but also human suffering itself has been redeemed. Christ has also raised human suffering to the level of the Redemption. Thus each man, in his suffering, can also become a sharer in the redemptive suffering of Christ. We are tempted to anger and despair.

This is a natural human reaction to sickness, pain, and suffering. What the Catholic Faith asks of us is a supernatural reaction to sickness and suffering, one that is impossible to achieve by merely human means. Catholicism always challenges us to see what is not obvious, what is hidden, using the eyes of supernatural faith. At no time is this more difficult when we ourselves, or a loved one, are sick and suffering.

If we could achieve this leap of faith, we would take a different view of our sufferings: I consider that the sufferings of this present time are as nothing compared with the glory to be revealed for us. Because our sufferings can be joined to those of Christ, they gain His power. The Church, continuing this Apostolic understanding, teaches that if we offer our sufferings in union with Christ, they can be a powerful prayer for our own needs and the needs of others. Our sufferings, in union with Christ, prepare us for heaven and perfect our love for God. How can we do this? Offer our bodies as a living sacrifice?

Rejoice in our sufferings? It sounds almost impossible. We can only do this through the help of God. Living the sacramental life of the Church is how we remain close to this help that God offers. When a serious illness strikes us or a loved one, or when we or a loved one begin to suffer in old age, we Hence, as soon as anyone of the faithful begins to be in danger of death from sickness or old age, the fitting time for him to receive this sacrament has certainly already arrived. We should not delay. Following the teaching of the Church and using our understanding of the power of the sacrament to strengthen us in times of suffering, we should call a priest for anointing when a serious illness is first discovered.

Knowing how important our sufferings are when we are seriously ill or near death, we should have respect for this sacrament and not misuse it: The sacrament of Anointing of the Sick is for serious illness only, and not to be received when we are not ill, nor when we have a trivial condition. If we are unsure if anointing is appropriate in a particular situation, we should ask a priest.

What might be a minor illness for a young and healthy person could be very serious and life-threatening for an older person. Anointing of the Sick is not like Baptism or Confirmation, which can only be received once. Sometimes the stable environment provided by a hospital gives the appearance that the body has begun to heal, only to find out later that the disease has progressed. In such. Anointing of the Sick is performed in the same way today as it was in New Testament times: Is anyone among you sick?

He should summon the priests of the church, and they should pray over him and anoint [him] with oil in the name of the Lord, and the prayer of faith will save the sick person, and the Lord will raise him up. If he has committed any sins, he will be forgiven.. The priest anoints the forehead with blessed oil while saying the following words: Through this holy anointing may the Lord in his love and mercy help you with the grace of the Holy Spirit.

The priest continues by anointing the hands while saying these words: May the Lord who frees you from sin save you and raise you up. If a particular condition exists whereby it is not possible to anoint the hands, a single anointing on the forehead or another suitable part of the body suffices. Although often performed in a hospital or at the bed of sick person in the home, the sacrament may also be celebrated during a Mass, or at the church outside of Mass. Often, the priest will recommend the sick person confess their sins and receive Communion at the same time.

In these instances, the sick person receives the Sacraments of Penance, Anointing of the Sick, and Holy Eucharist one right after the other. Some people use the existence of sickness and suffering against God. They turn away from Him in unbelief. During this Year of Mercy, let us look at suffering with the eyes of faith, and turn to God who has redeemed suffering itself.

We can see that the merciful God is offering us a powerful sacrament to strengthen us in the darkest of times. Our suffering can be joined to the suffering of Christ and become our most heartfelt act of faith. It can become our most powerful prayer, for our own good and the good of others. If you or a loved one is seriously sick, or elderly, or dying, call for a priest of the Church. Explain the situation to him. Allow him to advise you. Let him call for the priests of the Church. Recently asked to be a member of the Board of the St.

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This is the mission field of the prisons and jails in East Texas, a field where more than 30, souls spend endless days in various levels of confinement and wait for someone, anyone, to show even the smallest amount of care and concern for them.

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Those few — and they are few; too few — are the chaplains, volunteer chaplains and volunteers who, just as St. Even while serving in parishes in the diocese, he also tended to any prisons in the area. It is. Many of them have no idea that they are loved, or what that even means. They are modern-day lepers. Today, we just want to lock them away in prison and forget about them. Therefore, say those who minister to them, neither can the followers of Christ. These ministers do not deny that those in prison have committed serious crimes.

Some have done terrible things. We have to show them the love of God, and we have to show them what that love means. We have been teaching the faith for 2, years. So why are there always fewer Catholic books in prison libraries? There are Catholics in these prisons, our brothers and sisters in faith.

I will make sure you get whatever you need to do this ministry. If you feel called to this, if you think you might be called to The house was built and is maintained by Baptists. So where are we? He visits inmates weekly, alternating between the central jail facility downtown and the low-risk facility outside of town.

As far as he knows, he said, the Catholic jail volunteer ministry consists of himself and Rita Birckbichler, who visits the female inmates. What matters is that these people are still members of the family of God, and they need to be ministered to. What applies in Smith County may not be the case in Delta County. But the need is the same. We need more people. We need ministry teams, just like the Protestants have. Every Christian should in some way, shape or form be involved in some type of corporal work, which will then enhance the spiritual life. Welcome to my kingdom.

But you have to. I have to. I am compelled by the Christ who loves me and who died for my sins to go into the jails and carry his love and message of salvation to them. Because he died for them, too. When I was in prison and needed you to come visit me, where were you? In any diocese, within any church, the orphan child is usually prison ministry. But in Matthew 25, he told us explicitly to feed the hungry, clothe the naked,.

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Cussen is a retired physician who has been volunteering in prisons since Jesus died on the cross for the inmate just as he did for everyone else. They are places of concrete, metal and stark light. Violence is a way of life, and the souls consigned to that world suffer often brutal and dehumanizing treatment. But it is also a world where faith, if the seeds are planted and carefully nurtured, can thrive. I have seen hard men serving long or even life sentences for violent crimes transformed by the mercy of the God who loves them and the love of Jesus Christ who died for them.

So many of these men never knew what it was to be loved. Some of them have never been hugged. Then, in here, Christ comes to them, opens his arms to them and tells them he loves them, and it changes them. Opening their hearts to him changes them. Benedict here, because those men embraced their faith and wanted to take it further. Father Paulsen, perhaps the dean of prison ministry in the Diocese of Tyler, knows. Now 84, he has been forced by poor health to retire from the ministry he loves. He has spent more than 25 years going behind the walls, the wire and the bars, has.

Now, when someone gets out of ag seg, they can only take with them what they can carry. Everything else is thrown out into the run, or the hall, and swept away like garbage. So it gets thrown away. They roll them up very tightly and glue them to make them strong. He saw a book in the pile, a nicely bound book, and was curious. So he took his pole and fished it out of the pile and into his cell. And he read it. He read it twice. And one day he asked for me. Not every offender who gets out of prison will stay out. But every one, say those who minister to them, every one deserves the chance, the gift and the grace that only Christ can offer.

So we give them Christ. We give them the cross. Everything flows from the cross, and the cross is available to everybody. You do. You just have to ask for it. My job is to get these people to the point where they ask, where they realize that their only hope is in Christ. But to get there, they have to know the love and concern of the church.

Herzig Humanitarian Award for his years of showing that love and concern. He is driven to help prisoners, ex-convicts, parolees and their families who have been enslaved by sin crime to live in hope and enjoy the only true freedom possible to anyone, which is found in the way of life offered by God in Jesus Christ. To the work of those who do not shy away from embracing the lepers. What would Christ do? The popes? When Pope John Paul II was shot and almost killed, he went to the prison to embrace and forgive the man who shot him.

We have the words of Christ and the example of popes. To contact Father Tom Edelen, email Thomas. Edelen tdcj. To inquire about prison ministry in general, contact Msgr. Zach Kunnakkattuthara, coordinator of ministry to the incarcerated, at msgrzach gmail. Mercy to the imprisoned is a basic call of the Gospel explicitly mentioned as a work of mercy. When we care for the imprisoned it reminds us that we are all vulnerable to the ravages of sin. These men and women are sinners just like the rest of us. The distinction is that their sins bear social consequences. Yes, they have committed crimes, at times heinous crimes, but they remain children of God.

Punishment is a just consequence of their crimes, and the incarcerated are called to endure their just punishment bravely. Those who minister to the incarcerated can share many stories of profound conversion that can inspire all of us as the weak sinners we are. The priests, deacons, religious and laity who minister to the imprisoned offer us a beautiful example of a Gospelcentered life. They shine a light on the responsibility we all bear.

Blessed are the merciful for they shall be shown mercy. It simply comes down to reality. We are all sinners. When we show mercy to another we reaffirm that we are deserving of mercy for ourselves. All of us have experienced the relief and peace that flows into our hearts when we are able to forgive and show mercy. Holding anger, bitterness and hatred in our hearts ultimately becomes a poison for our own lives no matter how righteous the anger may be.

Thou Art Pottery overflows with saints and angels. In the little art studio tucked away in Texarkana, lumps of clay wait to be given their chance to praise the Lord. While we speak, a smiling angel offering incense peeks over her shoulder, St. Joseph looks on benevolently from a painting in progress, and saints and angels pray and shout from every shelf and table. When people see what I have made, they should know it was a Catholic artist just through the imagery. In addition to being a painter, sculptor, and potter, Nina is also an artrestorer.

If you go into Sacred Heart Church in Texarkana, you can see her work everywhere.


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At the moment, she is sculpting a series of angels based upon Catholic ritual actions. A lot of time and effort is spent at the pottery wheel. It helps us to keep our promises to pray for people. The prayer jars have proven a popular piece of art, and jar number recently came out of the studio. She also sculpts bas-reliefs and paints with a variety of techniques. Her work is available at www. It will be a way to reawaken our conscience, too often grown dull in the face of poverty.

Jesus introduces us to these works of mercy in his preaching so that we can know whether or not we are living as his disciples. And let us not forget the spiritual works of mercy: to counsel the doubtful, instruct the ignorant, admonish sinners, comfort the afflicted, forgive offences, bear patiently those who do us ill, and pray for the living and the dead.

Justice and mercy are the two wings of charity. Hence, these three virtues are inseparable. Charity, or love, is an act of self-giving. Mercy, according to him is a virtue, which does not destroy justice but in a way fulfills justice. Wo rk s of mercy are virtuous acts. But, what makes an act virtuous? Why are the works of mercy important? First, they are biblical principles taught by God. He demands us to be just, charitable, and merciful to others. This is the greatest and the first commandment. The second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself.

The Good Samaritan Francesco Bassano The whole law and the prophets depend on these two commandments. Secondly, the Eucharistic Food empowers us and impels us to love God and our neighbor. As I have loved you, so you also should love one another.

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This is how all will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another. In fact, Mother Teresa speaks of the twofold. Thirdly, the works of mercy bring us closer to Christ and our neighbors. What you did not do for one of these least ones, you did not do for me. Fourthly, Jesus identifies himself in the poor and the needy. Whenever you did this to the least of the poor you have done to me.

So, let us consider how we can practice them in our daily life. Works of mercy enable us to combat social, moral, and spiritual evils. He who practices them puts on the armor of God in defense of the poor and the needy. The works of mercy are traditionally divided into two parts, the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy. Because the works of mercy are aimed at relieving human suffering, we recognize that we can suffer in our body and in our soul, and these different kinds of suffering require different kinds of help.

Participate in the Meals on Wheels program. Stop wasting food and water! Greed, gluttony, and wastefulness are serious sins. Educate yourself about world hunger and water-well projects that provide clean water to the poor. Recently, a priest from Nigeria came for a mission appeal and requested help, to provide clean water supply in his poor diocese.

I was amazed to see the generosity of my parishioners. It is true, our hearts are willing to help, but often times we do not know how. Hopefully some of these suggestions will inspire your heart to reach out to those in need. Food and drink are the basic human needs. There are million hungry people. Jesus calls us to feed the hungry and give water to the thirsty. How can we help them? Here are some simple ways: Donate and volunteer to support those organizations or agencies for example: food pantries, soup kitchens, Catholic Charities, and St.

Vincent de Paul Society in your area that feed the hungry. Adopt a poor child in your neighborhood and provide some food regularly for a few months. Buy some groceries. Actual nakedness is not a major problem of our times, but dressing with modesty is a huge problem. Modesty is one of the fruits of the Holy Spirit. Whereas immodesty in dress, behavior, and talk are some symptoms of the degeneration of human dignity, morality, and spirituality in our society. It is also a major cause of sexual sins. Clothing industries produce immodest dress in the name of fashion.

Hence, it is important that we educate ourselves and our children to dress with dignity and modesty. Also, the poor may often lack adequate clothing for cold weather or for work or school. This is a form of nakedness. Check your closets for clothes that you no longer use and take them to a Goodwill Store or thrift store in your area. To buy and give decent clothes to the poor, especially children, is truly to live out this work of mercy. When thinking about clothing, let us remember to be thankful for what we have. Be conscious of dressing well for Church and try not to be a cause of temptation to.

The Son of Man had no place to rest his head. Luke Homelessness is another major problem around the world. Statistics from January shows that there were , people experiencing homelessness on any given night in the USA. Major reasons for homelessness are due to cost increase in housing, loss of job, lack of income, unforeseen financial crisis, crisis in the families, medical emergencies, and loss of property or rental houses due to high debts, migration, and natural disasters.

Some young people experience short-term homelessness due to drugs, family conflicts, abuse, and divorce. Usually, homeless families recover from homelessness quickly. However, they require timely assistance to pay the rent, job assistance, and short-term accommodation. Other ways to alleviate homelessness are: supporting Habitat for Humanity, donating to Catholic Charities in our diocese, or joining with local organizations that support the homeless people.

You can also sign up with the local motels and inns for example: Super 8, Motel 6, Budget Inn, La Quinta Inn, and Holiday Inn and get discount prices to assist homeless people. You can become the voice of the voiceless by lobbying government agencies and political leaders into action on homelessness in your county.

Ministering to the sick cultivates virtues of compassion, patience, hope, and forbearance. Periodically visit the homebound, those in the hospitals, nursing homes, hospice centers, and senior living facilities. Find out if your fellow parishioners are living in isolation, depression or in need of some help.

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Perhaps they have been forgotten, so check on them periodically. Your visit, a phone call, an appreciation card, or a get-well card could bring hope and a smile to their faces. Volunteer to drive patients to the hospitals. Assist an elderly couple who live alone, or those who care for Alzheimer patients at home.

Join the Ladies Guild or Knights of Columbus or the choir who go to nursing homes for sing-alongs. According to the U. This shows not only the great need for the prison ministry, but also the need for preventing crimes. Our families,. Praying for the conversion of the incarcerated is a noble thing to do. If your church is involved in the prison ministry, find out how you can assist them. Provide the Bible or spiritual materials to the incarcerated if you can bear the cost of such materials.

Save your pennies and nickels to donate to the prison ministry and rehabilitation programs. Burying the dead is more than a virtue of charity. It is an obligation of family members to arrange for a dignified burial for a departed member of their family. It is painful to see that sometimes Catholic members fail to fulfill their obligation of giving a Christian funeral service to their departed loved ones because of inter-faith marriages.

Honor your mother, and do not abandon her as long as she lives. Do whatever pleases her, and do not grieve her spirit in any way. Remember, my son, that she went through many trials for your sake while you were in her womb. And when she dies, bury her in the same grave with me. Participate in the bereavement ministry.

Take relatives and friends to visit the cemetery and help them in their grieving process. Offer the Mass for the departed souls and send Mass cards to those who grieve in your parish community. Fraternal correction belongs to the virtue of charity. It should be done with compassion, respect, courage, and with the intention of saving a soul, not with the attitude of self-righteousness. We are called to speak the truth in love. Matthew Admonishing those who err is not an easy task, yet it is an obligation of those in authority. God will hold us responsible if we fail in that obligation.

Ezekiel St. When we do not correct the little mistakes of our children, family members, and friends they can lead to big mistakes. So teach and admonish your neighbor with love and compassion. Certainly, when you speak out these truths you will be branded a hypocrite, a hateful person, and a bigot. But remember, salvation of souls is far more important than social stigma. In the s, she directed the Mexico-U. Her research explores the relationship between Latin American literature and social change.

She taught at Swarthmore College since until her retirement in September of She has been an immigrant rights advocate for the last 30 years. Chinchilla, Manuel A. His field of research is Latin American Literature and politics, with a focus on the relationship between narrative genres, militancy and the interpretation of history. He teaches courses on contemporary Mexican literature and Latin American culture and film, and is developing his interest in 20th century Italian literature and Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.

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