St. Michael's Cathedral Springfield
Chalice of Salvation" program now in its 57th year, is the region's
only one-hour weekly televised Mass and is seen every Sunday morning
at 10:00 a.m. on NBC affiliate WWLP TV-22. Join host, Brother Terrence
Scanlon, C.P., each week from the Holy Spirit Chapel, at St. Michael's
Cathedral Springfield. The Chalice of Salvation is produced by the Catholic
Communications Corporation of the Diocese of Springfield.
can learn more about offering a Chalice Mass and/or flowers by calling
413 452-0645 during normal business hours. If you would like to submit
a name for the Birthday, Anniversary, Illness or Book of Remembrance
please send at least two weeks in advance to:
Chalice of Salvation, PO Box 1730
Springfield, MA 01102-1730
Attn: Chalice names
Sunday Morning @ 10:00, on 22 News WWLP...
March 8, 2015
Third Sunday of Lent
Rev. Frank Lawlor, Presider/Homilist
St. Anne Parish, Chicopee
My friends, our understanding of who God is and how we relate to God has not come easily over the centuries. As we will hear this Sunday, the Jews were led to understand the importance of the law. Jesus came to demonstrate an even deeper truth rooted in his own self-giving, death and resurrection. Lent offers us a perfect time to examine ourselves and remove those distractions that keep us from God, and which often cause us to care more about money than about the welfare of other human beings. So today, let us take some time to reflect on those things that keep us from God and reflect on how we can help our communities refocus on living our the mission of the gospel.
First Reading: Exodus 20: 1-3, 7-8, 12-17
Responsorial Psalm 19
Lord, you have the words of everlasting life.
Second Reading: 1 Corinthians 1: 22-25
Gospel: John 2: 13-25
"Your Spiritual Connection"
Sunday Morning at 10
on TV 22 WWLP