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A Stewardship Moment

Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
October 19/20 2019
The four pillars of parish stewardship are hospitality, prayer, formation, and service. Today’s readings show us the immense value of prayer and the privileged place it must have in our individual lives and our parish community.
Our Lord Himself calls us to prayer, and persistence in prayer, in the Gospel passage from Luke. Jesus tells the parable of the nagging widow who finally wears down the judge with her unrelenting persistence in her pursuit of a just ruling from him on her behalf. Jesus goes to great lengths to describe this judge, saying he “neither feared God nor respected any human.” Yet even this corrupt judge responds with a just judgment because of the widow’s persistence. 
Jesus uses this outlandish example to draw a vivid contrast between a reluctant, dishonest judge and our loving, all-merciful Father. If even a bad judge gives a just judgment, how much more eagerly and perfectly will our good Father respond to our persistent prayers to Him?
If he delays in responding, if he provides a different response from the one we were expecting, we can remain confident and trusting in His goodness. We know that His response, whenever it comes and in whatever form, will be the very best one for us.
Our job then as Christian stewards is to remain faithful to our relationship with God through prayer. We must lean on each other in our communities, family, and parish, as we support each other in prayer. A strong pillar of prayer will make all our other stewardship efforts fruitful.


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October 19/20 and November 2/3 will be the upcoming SCRIP weekends. As always, SCRIP is available in the Parish Office during regular business hours.



St. John the Evangelist is a Roman Catholic Eucharistic community faithful to the values and traditions of the Church.  We strive to live our faith everyday, to embrace stewardship, and to be nurtured by continuous Christian Formation.