A Tale of Talents

A Tale of Talents

Weekly Bulletin

November 1 | Wednesday 

  • 07:30 pm:  Holy Qurbana, Novena to St. Joseph

November 3 | First Friday

  • 07:00 pm: Confession
  • 07:30 pm: Holy Qurbana , Novena to St. Alphonsa
  • 08:15 pm: Adoration
  • 08:15 pm: Adoration by Youth in Chapel

November 4 | Saturday

  • 10:00 am: Holy Qurbana ,Office of the dead, Novena to Mother Mary of Perpetual help.(Memorial Qurbana for Baby Zacharias Pannikot, Father of Bincy Thomas Thannickal)

November 5 | Sunday | Season of Dedication of the Church I

  • 09:45 am: Holy Qurbana (English)
  • 09:45 am: Adoration, Intercessory Prayers (Chapel)
  • 10:45 am: CCD Classes
  • 10:45 am: Holy Qurbana (Malayalam)
  • Qurbana Readings:
    1)Ex 40:17-29,34-38 (40:17-38) The glory of the Lord filled the tabernacle.
    2)Isa 6:1-8 (6:1-13) The hem of His robe filled the temple.
    3)1 Cor 13:1-13 (12: 27-13:13) Love is the greatest gift.
    4)Mt 16:13-19 I will build my Church on this rock.

St. Chavara Mission Bakersfield No Holy Qurbana

Let us remember:

  • November 5: St. Chavara Family Unit (2) – Selection of Representatives.
  • November 5: St. Paul Family Unit (1) Selection of Representatives.
  • Diocesan Dei Verbum Bible Quiz – Registration Open
  • Intercessory Prayers and adoration every Sunday in Chapel (09.45-10.45 am)
  • Malayalam Class every Sunday – Online
  • LFML & Angels Army meeting every 4th Sunday of the Month.
  • Reading circle every Sunday at 12 Noon
  • Online talk on Eucharist every first Saturday of the Month (diocesan initiative).

Season of Dedication of the Church

The last four weeks of the liturgical year belong to this season. Though there are different views regarding the origin of this season, the prayers indicate that it is the period of the dedication of the Church. In the beginning of this season, we remember Jesus offering the Church, His spouse, to the Father after the last judgment. At the end of the ages, the Church, with her children, meets her bridegroom in heavenly Jerusalem. It is a foretaste of the eternal bliss to come. Thus the liturgical year reminds us that Christians are called upon to attain eternal glory through the Church.

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