The parable of the talents which we hear this week is in part a warning not to squander the gifts that we have been given. Rather we must seek to use what we have, materially, spiritually and relationally, both for our good and the good of others – and above all to God’s glory. That is because what we have is not ours by right, but by the gracious gift of he who is Lord of all.
You can see the readings for this coming Sunday here.
Advent and Christmas Highlights:
The cover art this week is Parable of the Talents from the Speculum Humanae Salvationis, c. 1360 held in the Universitäts und Landesbibliothek Darmstadt, Germany.
33rd Sunday of the Year11am Sung Mass and Sunday School
Sunday 19th November
Feria11am Sung Mass with Benediction and Sunday School
Monday 20th November
The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Tuesday 21st November
Wednesday 22nd November
6.30pm Mass and Benediction
St Clement I
Thursday 23rd November
SS. Andrew Dung-Lac & Companions
Friday 24th November
12.30pm Mass (Latin)
St Catherine of Alexandria
Saturday 25th November
Christ the King
Sunday 26th November