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Prayer: To See Ourselves With God’s Eyes

Dear Jesus, you are like a mirror in which we can see ourselves with our limits and our possibilities. Teach us to see ourselves as loved by you completely just as we are. Amen.   Adapted from PrayerTime, Cycle C, © RENEW International.
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“Hear the Word!” by Bill Ayres: Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

A reading from the second Book of Sirach (Chapter 35:12-14, 16-18)   “The Lord is a God of justice, who knows no favorites. Though not unduly partial to the weak, yet he hears the cry of the oppressed. The Lord is not deaf to the wail of the orphan, nor to the widow ...
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Prayer: For Those Treated Unjustly

Almighty God, we remember before you all those among us who are treated unjustly. Bless and guide us, that your love may be shown in our concern for them. In the name of Jesus we pray! Amen.   Adapted from PrayerTime, Cycle C, © RENEW International.
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“Hear the Word!” by Bill Ayres: Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time

A reading from the second Book of Exodus (Chapter 17:8-13)   The Amalekites were a tribal desert people who did not like these new people, the Israelites, entering their land sometime after the exodus from Egypt. And so, the Amalekites attacked. Moses told Joshua to resist: “‘Tomorrow go out and engage Amalek in ...
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Prayer: For Gratitude

Almighty God, I am grateful to you for my existence. I am sorry for the complaints you often hear from me. In fact, “my cup runneth over.” Help me to live your gift of life to the fullest each day of my life. Amen.   Adapted from The People's Prayer Book, © RENEW International.
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“Hear the Word!” by Bill Ayres: Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

A reading from the second Book of Kings (Chapter 5:14-17)   In ancient times, lepers were considered unclean. They were avoided and were almost never in positions of power. Naaman was a leper but also was a commander in the army of the king of Aram. The king had such high regard for ...
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