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Right judgement is another gift
of the Holy Spirit and sometimes
we call it our conscience. That
little voice inside of us that tells
us when we’re going wrong or
making the wrong decisions. The
Holy Spirit can guide us in our lives
if we let it and it can help us make
the right choice when are faced
with a difficult path.
What do you need to make a
decision about this week and how
can the Holy Spirit help you use right
judgement.

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Let’s find out more about this amazing feast and the week ahead in the Church’s Liturgical Calendar.

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We start our prayer with the sign of the cross…

Sometimes making choices can be very difficult and we don’t know what to do!

In times like these we need words that will reassure us and comfort us that we will be able to make the right decision, it could be some of the words that Jesus used:

Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind, and with all your strength.’ The second most important commandment is this: ‘Love your neighbour as you love yourself.’ (Mark 12: 30-31)

Happy are those who work for peace; God will call them his children! (Matthew 5: 9)

….your light must shine before people, so that they will see the good things you do and praise your Father in heaven. (Matthew 5: 16)

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To help you to remember to stay calm and to trust in your ability to make choices, write a short poem, rap, song or a rhyme which you can say to yourself to help you make choices when you find them difficult.

You could include some of the words that Jesus used above!

Leave your wonderful work in the comments below 🙂

 

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Making Sense of it All: Is it all over?

It might seem like lock down is done – but is our mission as a Church?

 

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Today we are going to hear The Parable of the Two Sons.

Read the story together and watch the video below. Think about when you may have behaved as the brothers did.

A reading from the Holy Gospel according to Matthew

(Glory to you O Lord)

“Now what do you think? There was once a man who had two sons. He went to the older one and said,

‘Son, go and work in the vineyard today.’

‘I don’t want to,’ he answered, but later he changed his mind and went.

Then the father went to the other son and said the same thing.

‘Yes, sir,’ he answered, but he did not go.

Which one of the two did what the father wanted?”

“The older one,” they answered.

So Jesus said to them, “I tell you: the tax collectors…are going into the Kingdom of God ahead of you.”

The Gospel of the Lord.

(Praise to you Lord Jesus Christ)

After Jesus tells this story he explains that if people follow the right path, even if they have done bad things beforehand, they will still enter the Kingdom of God – Heaven.

Jesus is teaching his followers about forgiveness. If we make the wrong choices but want to change and do the right thing then we can still be friends with Jesus because He will forgive us.

Think about times when you have made a bad choice and have done something wrong.Think about the Parable of the two sons and how you could change what you have done and do the right thing.

Take some time to talk to God to say sorry for the times when we have made bad choices which have hurt those around us and ask to be forgiven. Ask God to help you to make the right decisions in the future.

Write your sorry prayer in the comments below.

Lord, I am sorry for when I have…..

Lord I am sorry.

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Click on this picture to make it larger and take some time to think about what you can see and what you think it means.

paths editWhich Path do you think the man should choose?

Where do you think the paths lead to?

What are the choices you face now in your life? Where would the paths lead if you were the person in the picture?

What words of wisdom would guide you in your choices so that you follow the right path?

Think about the words you would say to someone to help them if they had to make a difficult choice.The prophet Isaiah reassured the people of Jerusalem saying:

If you wander off the road to the right or the left, you will hear a voice behind you saying, “Here is the road. Follow it.”

(Isaiah 30:21)

If we make the wrong choices and take the wrong path then we can always turn to God for help to guide us once again.

 

 

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