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Saint Cecilia Church Saint Mary Church
32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
November 12, 2006
Readings. Gospel: Mark 12:38-44
Jesus did not count the amount of money that went into the coffer as the standard of giving. He saw that the widow who had given the least had in fact given the most. The amount that she put in the treasury wouldn't sustain anything for very long. Her amount was basically the cost of a sweet. Therefore most would ignore it as insignificant. What Jesus perceived was that her sacrifice as a widow was much bigger than any of the others combined who contributed to the treasury, and so he acknowledged the importance of her story.
"There are those who
give little of the much which they have, and there are those who
have little and give it all." Kahlil Gibran
From the Pew
The outreach Masses and potluck:
* November 16th, 6 p.m. Drady's
Home, 49 Old Rancheria Road, Nicasio. 415-662-2057
An Interfaith Thanksgivings Service at the Presbyterian Church, San Geronimo, November 19th, 4:00 p.m.
St. Mary's November 19th, 11:15 a.m., Sunday Mass, collecting can goods or non-perishable items, or checks made out to San Geronimo Community Center benefiting the needy and the poor.
Marin Irish American Club Christmas Dinner & Dance, Friday, December 1st, 6 p.m., at Club McInnis, San Rafael. Contract Bernie Kelleher, (415) 479-8436.
"Music and song are more than
an embellishment .... of worship; they are themselves part of the
liturgical action. Solemn sacred music ... is not therefore a kind
of addition that frames the liturgy and makes it more pleasing, but an
important means of active participation in worship." Pope Benedict
XVI, Regensburg, September 2006. Any musicians always welcome to
participate in our liturgies.
Mass Intentions: Week of Nov. 12, 2006
a.m. ------ Jerry Drohan