Written on 26 August 2016, 10.18 by Gene C. Alberto

How can we best show our gratitude for making us members of the only true Church of Jesus Christ?

1. Every day we should thank God for bringing us into the Church.

2. To edify others means to give them a good example. This does not mean to merely put on a show for others to see. It means acting the way we know Christ would like us to, whether others are watching us or not. Others often see us when we are not aware of it.

3. A word of encouragement or invitation is often the beginning of a conversation.

4. We should all be mission-conscious and desire to spread the faith all over the world.

How can we help the mission?

1. By praying for the missions, at home and foreign; and for missionaries , that they may fulfil the command of Christ: “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations.”

2. By knowing the missions and making them known to others;

3. By making sacrifices for the mission, that is, by helping to support them by personal service;

4. By fostering vocations of self-sacrificing young men and women for every need of the missions.


References: John Chapters , 7-11; Catechism of the Catholic Church:  828-853; 897-899; 1122; 1533-65; 2003; 2044; 2419.


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