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Question of the Week

Gather in My Name (GIMN) now gives you "Question of the Week"—a handy, free resource to incorporate the Sunday Eucharist into your religion classes (school and parish); faculty, pastoral council, and staff meetings; choir rehearsals; finance committee sessions; and each household of faith in your parish. Whenever and wherever you gather together, you can inspire faith sharing.
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Question of the Week: Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time #Eucharist #Liturgy #Catholic

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Question of the Week: Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time - Whom do you see as a servant of the Gospel? A servant of the poor?

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Question of the Week: Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Whom does your family consider as "neighbors"? How can you expand whom you call neighbor?

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Question of the Week: Second Sunday of Advent - John the Baptist pointed to Jesus. Who has pointed to Jesus for you?

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Question of the Week: Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - Who has affirmed your talents? Who needs your affirmation of their talents?

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Question of the Week: Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time - How does your faith influence your citizenship?

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Question of the Week: Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time #Eucharist #Catholic #Catechist #Parish #Liturgy

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