In today’s Gospel, Jesus urges his listeners to do two things: to believe in the Good News and to repent. The steward is called to repent: to acquire an openness to begin anew, to change existing attitudes and habits, and to act with faith in the Gospel. In this season of Lent, now is the time to ask ourselves whether or not we truly believe in the Gospel; and if we do, to what extent are we willing to change our prevailing habits and be more faithful to the Gospel?
Each week of Lent there will be a cartoon and a short text based on the Gospel reading for that week.
What is God saying to you?
What are your priorities going to be?
RITE OF ELECTION - ST GEORGE’S CATHEDRAL.
Our RCIA group were welcomed by Archbishop Peter on Saturday as they took the next step in their Journey in Faith. He called them to the Easter Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist.
LENT IS HERE!
Our Lenten Cross is on the Sanctuary and this year as part of our Spirituality of Stewardship we are considering TIME. Your are asked to complete a card to hang on the cross and promise to “spend some quality time with someone each week during Lent”
Please take home from Mass your Personal Lent Prayer Journal.Remember to put some time aside each week to write, draw or record in your Lent Prayer Journal.
Here are someother things that YOUcan DO over the next 6 weeks to come closer to Jesus by taking part in; that you will benefit from, and that will deepen your personal encounter with Jesus.
DAILY LENTEN REFLECTION
Have a very short reflection emailed to you each day from The Southwark Diocesan Stewardship Team. A quick and easy prompt to keep you focussed on your personal journey towards Easter. Just open the following link and subscribe.