One day Christ will return to judge the heavens & the earth
When He comes, we do not know; Where He comes, we do not know; WHY He comes we do know – to defeat Satan, to establish His Kingdom forever and to judge the living and the dead.
Few things in this earthly life are absolutely certain except that after death, we shall be judged. Our private judgment will be known at the general judgment, when all men will know us for what we are. Our judgment will depend on how we live this earthly life – how well we use or neglect the talents God has given us. If we have honestly done our best, followed the commandments of Christ, and made the most of every opportunity, we shall be rewarded with the perfect life of Heaven. At the end of the world, when Christ returns, which is called the Parousia, there will be the resurrection of the body and the general judgment. After which this world, as we know it, will cease to be and the just in their glorious bodies will reign with Christ forever in heaven and the wicked suffer in hell.
Some Definitions !
Doctor: A person who kills your ills by pills, and later kills you with his bills.
Boss: Someone who is early when you are late and late when you are early.
Classic: A book which people praise, but do not read.
Marriage: An agreement in which a man loses his bachelors degree and woman gains her masters.
Politician: One who shakes your hand before elections and your confidence after.
An Irishman when going for a job interview is told that he will have to first pass an IQ test. He asks: ‘To be sure, tis fine by me - but what tis that IQ?’ ‘Well, it’s like this,’ the manager replies, ‘If a person has an IQ of 170 he could go to university. But if the IQ is only 70 he might have trouble tying his shoelaces!’ ‘Ah,’ says the Irishman, ‘so that tis why so many Australians wear thongs!’
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Fr. Chris Heffernan – Assistant Priest
Fr. Brendan Lee – in residence
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