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by deepening

divisions between rich and poor, our tradition recalls the

story of the Last Judgment (Mt 25:31-46) and

instructs us to put the needs

of the poor and vulnerable first. Disciples on mission witness to the Chris-

tian life in Word and deed, through the practice of the works of mercy,

while affirming the dignity of all human


Questions for Reflection:

In what ways do I publically witness to the Christian life?

What are the areas of missionary discipleship that I experience as the most

challenging to me?

How are these areas calling me to ongoing conversion?

How do we encourage parishioners to publicly witness to the Christian life?

How does our parish show that it is committed to those in need and what are

we doing to encourage parishioners to intentionally and actively help those

in need?

Do we foster initiatives that outwardly and actively support the life and

dignity of the human person?

How might I find ways to share with others the difference the love of Christ

has made in my life?