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Opening Prayer Lord, we pray for those who journey to you.

Strengthe our faith. Open our heartsto the fhllnessof your love. n Deepen our understanding. Set our hearts af1refor the kingdom. Grant this through our Lord Jesuschrist, your Son, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever.

The Word of God September27, 2009 Twenty-sixth Sundayin Ordinary Time Gospel of Mark Mk 9:3 8-43, 45, 47-48

At that time, John said to Jesus,"Teacher,we saw someonedriving out demonsin your name, and we tried to prevent him becaus he does not follow us." Jesusreplied, "Do not e prevent him. There is no one who performs a mighty deed in my namewho can at the sametime speakill of me. For whoever is not against us is for us. Anyone who gives you a cup of water to drink becauseyou belong to Christ, amen, I say to you, will surely not lose his reward. "Whoever causesone of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for

him if a great millstone were put aroundhis neck and he were thrown into the sea.If your hand causesyou to sin, cut it of£ It is better for you to enter into life maimed than with two hands to go into Gehenna,into the unquenchabl fire. And if your foot causesyou to e into life crippled than with two feet to be thrown sin, cut if off It is better for you to enter into GehennaAnd if your eye causesyou to sin, pluck it out. Better for you to enter into the kingdom of God with one evethan with two evesto be thrown into Gehemia.where , 'their worm doesnot die. and the tire is not ouenched."'


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Christ died out of love for us, while we were still "enemies." The Lord

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"Shouldyou decideto seekan annulmentmay it be a sourceof healingfor you.” (Pamphletfrom the Tribunal) , 0

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