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The Family Cell of our Parish is celebrating and organising Thanksgiving Day on Sunday 5th October. The Mass will be at 8 am followed by a talk on Parenting in the Therapy room. All families are invited and encouraged to come. ______________________________

The Inter-Parish Bible Quiz Competition for Senior Citizens will be held in the School Hall on Thursday, 2nd October from 6 pm onward. We encourage as many of our Parishioners to come and cheer them. ___________________

The Senior Citizens will have their annual picnic to Lonavala on Tuesday, 30th September. Kindly register at the Parlour from Monday 1st September between 6 and 7 pm. ____________________________________

There will a Youth Mass on Sunday, 21st September at 11 am in the Church. All youth are encouraged to attend. _______________________

St. Peter’s Youth will be organising a Football Tournament on Sunday, 21st September after the Youth Mass. Do come to cheer our youth on! ______________________

Musicians and Guitarists are requested to help with the Cantors. Those willing, kindly give your names at the Parish Office. Thanks in advance for your generosity. _________________________________

All those interested in leading the singing in Church are invited to join the Cantors Group. Practices are held on the second and fourth Thursdays in the Church after the 7.15 pm Mass. ___________________________


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Upcoming Parish Events

  1. Youth Football Tournament

    Sunday, September 21st @ 12:30 PM - 5:00 PM
  2. Outreach Programme – Home for the destitute (Uttan) – Organised by Holy Family Community

    Saturday, September 27th @ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

St. Peters Church, Bandra

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Does the plight of others affect me at all? What do I do about it?

This is a text that is exclusive to the Gospel of Luke and is about the women who ministered to Jesus during his ministry. It begins by presenting Jesus as an itinerant preacher going through the cities and villages in order to proclaim the good news of the kingdom.

Luke often mentions a corresponding female or group whenever he mentions a male. He does this first in the example of Zechariah and Elizabeth, and then in the examples of Joseph and Mary, Simeon and Anna. Here too, after Luke has mentioned the Twelve, he mentions women. Mary Magdalene is identified at the one from whom seven demons had gone out and Joanna as the wife of Herod’s steward Chuza and these two appear also in 24:10 in the episode of the empty tomb. Susanna the third woman named here does not appear elsewhere in the Gospel. These and other women provided for Jesus out of their resources.

The striking point about this text is the fact that the disciples were women. At a time when a woman was looked down upon and her place in society was pre-determined, it is quite amazing to note that these became followers of Jesus and even provided for him. This is an indication of the openness that Jesus possessed and of his freedom from all kinds of constraints.

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