Greetings from QHR! 11/13/22
Greetings from QHR!
33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
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Jesus warns his followers not to be deceived about the end of the world. The signs of the end (wars, earthquakes, famines) will occur repeatedly. Christians will be persecuted and will not be able to trust even some of their own family members. But Jesus will not abandon them. He will give them the right words to speak when they are on trial.
By enduring whatever suffering comes, his disciples will be saved. Though their bodies may be persecuted, their spirits will remain unharmed.
There is a saying: "He died with his boots on." This means that this person died while living a full and active life, living his or her values right to the end of life on earth. Think back over the words of Jesus that you remember. ("Love one another." "Be merciful as your Father is merciful." "Thy will be done." and many others!) Which one might help you to live a fuller Christian life right now? How do you plan to "die with your boots on" while walking the way of Jesus?
No Bulletin today!!!
Delivering our Signature Traveling Turkey Baskets to over a thousand deserving families since 2009.There is no better way to show your gratitude for all your blessings this year than to help a family in need celebrate Thanksgiving with a traditional turkey meal. Please consider donating to our 100 basket goal for the 2022 season. While we only have a short time to get this accomplished, I believe we can work together to provide over 400 people with a Thanksgiving dinner.
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QHR Wea Parish is planning to use Giving Tuesday gifts for a new sound system in the Church. The parish has already been given a designated donation to upgrade the sound system. This bid includes integrating the speakers from the altar as well as upgrading the sound system for the choir and musicians. In working through the bidding process, we may need additional gifts to fully fund the project that will enrich our ability to hear the Word of the Lord and improve music at Mass.
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The parish is in need of a graphic design artist volunteer to help with promotions for the parish mission scheduled for next March. If you or someone you know would like to show off their talents, please contact Deacon Tom
A bit of humor.....
Have a Blessed week!!
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on Saturday, November 12, 2022 at 4:13PM