For more information about our new priests, Fr. Waldemar
Podlasz(left), SDS, Fr. Krystian Golisz SDS and the Society of
the Divine Saviour, go to their website at www.sds.org
Introduction to the Nicene Creed - Part Seventeen
The final part of the Creed reads: “I LOOK FORWARD
TO THE RESURRECTION OF THE DEAD AND THE LIFE OF THE WORLD TO COME.” We believe that we will be raised from the dead and our souls reunited with our body when Christ returns in glory. Sometimes people like to speculate what that means or what that will look
like but right now we have only a limited idea of what that will mean: “By death the soul is separated from the body, but in the resurrection God will give incorruptible life to our body, transformed
by reunion with our soul. Just as Christ is risen and lives for ever, so all of us will rise at the last day” (Catechism, n. 1016). We also believe that “at the end of time, the Kingdom of God will come in its
fullness. Then the just will reign with Christ for ever, glorified in body and soul, and the material universe itself will be transformed. God will then be "all in all" (1 Cor 15:28), in eternal life” (Catechism, n. 1060).
[prepared by Fr. Geoff Kerslake, our English Sector Episcopal Vicar
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Should you present yourself or someone else to one of the Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (laypersons) for a blessing, rather than Communion, they will say a short prayer of blessing. I have asked that they not make any gesture of the hand while do-ing so.
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