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Coming up on the Chalice of Salvation

March 26, 2017
 Fourth Sunday of Lent

Rev. Christopher A. Malatesta
Pastor, St. Agnes Parish
Presider/Homilist
Today, as the Church prays the second scrutiny with the Elect, we seek the light of the Lord in their lives and in our own. So much of our world can seem to be covered in darkness. There are the conversation-encounters about seeing: gaining sight, resisting sight; coming to faith, resisting faith. Lent invites us into the same conversation-encounters with Jesus, in which we choose either to be drawn toward Jesus or to turn away from him.

We welcome members from the Parish Community of St. Agnes, who have traveled in from Dalton MA

Scripture Readings for this Sunday
First Reading: 1 Samuel 16: 1b, 6-7, 10-13a
Responsorial Psalm (23: 1-3a, 3b-4, 5,6)
The Lord is my shepherd,
there is nothing I shall want.
Second Reading: Ephesians 5: 8-14
Gospel Account: John 9: 1, 6-9, 13-17, 34-38

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“The Chalice of Salvation” program now in its 59th year, is the region’s only one-hour weekly televised Mass and is seen every Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. on NBC affiliate WWLP TV-22. Join host, Brother Terrence Scanlon, C.P., each week from the Holy Spirit Chapel, at St. Michael’s Cathedral Springfield. The Chalice of Salvation is produced by the Catholic Communications Corporation of the Diocese of Springfield.
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You can learn more about offering a Chalice Mass and/or flowers by calling 413 452-0645 during normal business hours. If you would like to submit a name for the Birthday, Anniversary, Illness or Book of Remembrance please send at least two weeks in advance to:

Chalice of Salvation, PO Box 1730
Springfield, MA 01102-1730
Attn: Chalice names


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