The Eucharist: Which command from Jesus has been obeyed the most?
Bishop Robert Barron's: The Eucharist
Which command from Jesus has been obeyed the most?
Jesus taught us many things while he was on earth. He left us many commands: the Beatitudes, lessons from the Parables, and instructions on how to live the perfect life.
But what is the command that Christians have obeyed most consistently throughout the centuries?
“Do this in memory of me” happens many times, each and every day, throughout the whole world.
Watch this short video to find out why:
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO SAND CROSSES!!
Due to the large number of orders placed for crosses made from the St. Ben's pew backs, volunteers are needed to help sand the crosses. Please contact Jim Scheu at Dustywood, 960 Neubling, in Evansville. Jim can be contacted at 812-459-4969. He can utilize volunteer sanders from 7:00 am to 2:00 pm -- Monday thru Friday.
There is currently a backlog of about 125 crosses.
An excerpt from
POPE FRANCIS: REJOICE AND BE GLAD
IN THE LIGHT OF THE MASTER
70. Luke does not speak of poverty “of spirit” but simply of those who are “poor” (cf.
6:20). In this way, he too invites us to live a plain and austere life. He calls us to share in the life of those most in need, the life lived by the Apostles, and ultimately to configure ourselves to Jesus who, though rich, “made himself poor” (
Being poor of heart: that is holiness.
Feast of the Immaculate Conception: Holy Day of Obligation
Friday, Dec. 7th at 5:30 PM & Saturday, December 8th at 6 AM and 9 AM
Family Christmas Celebration
Sunday, Dec. 16, 5-8pm Woodward Center
For all youth, young adults, and young families. Come and rejoice as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior. Bring your favorite dish to share and a small gift costing no more than $5.00 for a fun gift exchange game.
Penance—Forgiveness of Sins
Wed., Jan 9 at 7 PM social & talk at 7:30 PM
St. Ben's Women’s Retreat at Sarto (Catholic Center)
February 1-3 More details to come
Many thanks to the 20+ volunteers who cleaned the church!
Sent by St.Benedict Cathedral on Tuesday, December 4 at 2:00PM