SUNDAY’S GOSPEL – November 19, 2017

Author: David Dziena ~ November 7, 2017

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Matthew 25:14–30

In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus tells a pointed story about three servants. Their master entrusts them with varying amounts of money. Two of the servants double their money, but fear gets in the way of the third servant. All he can do is preserve what he has.

The challenge for all of us is to recognize the gifts we have been given and our responsibility to care for those gifts. That means caring for the world we live in and caring for one another. It also means having the courage to be our best selves.

See The Gospel at Home (English, Spanish) for suggested family activities and discussion starters related to this Sunday’s Gospel.

 

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