St. Patrick's Online Bulletin
Using Our Talents11-19-2017Rev. Msgr. Ellsworth R. Walden
We all have responsibilities in our lives. A sign of maturity and integrity is our willingness to assume and fulfill our responsibilities. As we come to the end of another Church Year, the readings once again focus our attention on our accountability before God. Today’s Gospel presents the parable of the talents from Matthew 25:14-30. We all have different talents and abilities and, at the same time, we all have the same basic talents, abilities, and gifts. The most basic of all gifts is the gift of life itself. The more we use our common talents and abilities the richer and fuller our lives become. The talents that are innate for each one of us are the ability to love, to forgive, and act humbly.READ MORE
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