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Nineteenth Sunday After Pentecost - September 30, 2018

In the Epistle (Ephesians 4, 23-28) for the Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost, St. Paul teaches that the new life, received in baptism, leads man to a new pattern of conduct. In the Gospel for this Sunday (Matthew 22, 1-14), we learn in the parable of the wedding feast, that although we should bear in mind the example of him who was cast out, we should lay even greater emphasis on the poor and the wretched who were called to the feast. It is the happiness of Christians that they can find in the Eucharist both an anticipation and a pledge of this heavenly banquet.   All those who are “called” to belong to the people of God are not for that reason automatically saved. (St. Andrew Missal)


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