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Family Catechesis5th Sunday in Ordinary Time • February 4, 2018 • Jesus HealsSunday Readings: Job 7:1-4, 6-7; 1 Corinthians 9:16-19, 22-23; Mark 1:29-39 Weekly Discussion QuestionsFamily CornerFor the Parish BulletinLife Question: How has the life-giving power of Jesus raised you up? How have you responded?Gospel Question: Who models Jesus’ kind of service and healing for you?LIFE AND GOSPEL QUESTIONS BY AGE LEVELExploring the Sunday Readings (Adults)Who models a discipleship of service that you try to follow? Visit exploringthesundayreadings.comVisions (Grades 7–8)Life Question: Who serves the Christian community in a way you can see yourself doing?Gospel Question: How does Jesus make a difference to people in need?Venture (Grades 4–6)Life Question: When have you been sick? What is hard about being sick?Gospel Question: When have you acted like Jesus?Good News (Grades 2–3)Life Question: What does it mean to serve others? Who do you know that serves others?Gospel Question: How does Jesus serve and help people?Promise (Grades K–1)Life Question: How can you help at home and school? Gospel Question: How does Jesus help people?Seeds (Preschool)Life Question: What do you like to do with your grandparents?Gospel Question: Who does Jesus help? Who follows Jesus?About the GospelIn Galilee, Jesus cured the sick and drove evil from the town. Everyone wanted to meet Jesus and see him heal people. The Gospel also reminds us that Jesus took time to pray so he could carry out his healing ministry.Visit www.usccb.org/bible/readings to read this Sunday’s Scripture.In ChurchWhen the Prayers of the Faithful are read, listen carefully for the names of people who are sick and pray speci cally for them.Family PrayerQuestionof the WeekHow do you feel when you see people who are sick or struggling?Jesus, help us to do your work of feeding the hungry, caring for the sick, and comforting others.Acerca del EvangelioRincon de la FamiliaEn Galilea, Jesús curaba a los enfermos y expulsaba el mal del pueblo. Todos querían conocer a Jesús y verlo sanar a la gente. El Evangelio también nos recuerda que Jesús dedicaba tiempo a rezar para poder llevar a cabo su ministerio de sanación.Visita www.usccb.org/bible/readings para leer las lecturas de este domingo.En la IglesiaCuando se lee la Oración de los Fieles, escucha atentolos nombres de las personas que están enfermas y reza en especial por ellas.Oración en familiaPreguntade la semana¿Cómo te sientes cuando ves a la gente que está enferma o con problemas?Jesús, ayúdanos a llevar a cabo tu obra de alimentar al hambriento, cuidar al enfermo y consolar a los demás.


































































































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