September 7, 2021, Tuesday of the 23rd Week in Ordinary Time

Creation needs your caring prayer

Jewish believers celebrate Rosh Hashanah today, marking the universe’s birthday—recalling how God placed Adam and Eve at the center of creation as faithful stewards. For many Christians, it’s also Day 7 in the Season of Creation. When the Catholic Church joined this observance in 2019, Pope Francis wrote: "In the silence of prayer, we can hear the symphony of creation calling us to abandon our self-centeredness to feel embraced by the tender love of the Father and in order to share with joy the gifts we have received." Pray to become a more selfless steward of creation.

Today’s readings:

Colossians 2:6-15; Luke 6:12-19 (438).

"Jesus departed to the mountain to pray."

Prepare the Word

Fr. Rick Pilger, I.C.

Pastor

Blessed Sacrament Church

11565 66th Ave. N.

Seminole, FL 33772

727-391-4661

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www.blessedsacramentonline.org

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