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We respectfully acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, as the traditional caretakers of the land which is the Richmond Catholic Parish.

We acknowledge the Elders, past and present.

May we, too, be good stewards of this land.

Our life of prayer PDF Print E-mail

Sunday 20 October 2019: Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time

God will see those who cry to him vindicated

Man at prayer.  Image courtesy of pexels.com...If the first concern of a lively faith is being alive to God’s action in our lives, our prayer should begin and end in recognition that our lives have their real meaning in the unfolding of the plan conceived before all ages in the loving designs of God. This plan - the great virtue of Christian hope assures us - will certainly be realised; and in its realisation, all things will be turned to good. Of course, our personal needs and the concerns of those dear to us should be brought constantly before God in our prayer; but this should be done in the knowledge that these things are part of the plan of God, revealed in all its mercy and generosity in the coming of the Saviour, and realised through a providence that touches every detail of our lives and those who are dear to us. Prayer, Jesus is teaching us, is a living out of our faith; and, at the same time, our faith grows and matures through our life of prayer...

Extract by John Thornhill sm - read more at The Emmaus Series | Image based on photo by Matheus Bertelli from Pexels

 
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