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1 St. Anne s R.C. Church Our Love shines through Est Second Ave. Brentwood, New York (631) Fax (631) Parish Website: www. Parish The Pastoral Staff Rev. Stanislaw Wadowski, Pastor Rev. Victor Evangelista Valses, Associate Pastor Rev. Charlince Vendredy, Associate Pastor Deacon Thomas R. Samson, Emeritus Deacon Jay Alvarado Deacon John E. Walters Deacon Andres Colpa Mrs. Marge Baum, Pastoral Associate Mrs. Sue Lindsay, Director of Music Mrs. Bertha Keenan, Director of Family Faith Formation Mr. Tony Bellizzi, Youth Ministry Mrs. Janet Lambert, Outreach Director MASS SCHEDULE Monday - Friday: 12:00 Noon and 5:30 PM (English) Wednesday: 7:30 PM (French Creole) Thursday: 7:00 PM (Spanish) Saturday: 9:00 AM (English) WEEKENDS: Saturday: 5:00 PM (English), 7:00 PM (Spanish) Sunday: 7:30 AM (English), 9:00 AM (Spanish), 11:00 AM (English), 12:30 PM (French Creole), 5:00 pm (English) HOLY DAYS: Will be announced as each Holyday is celebrated. THE SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION: Saturdays 4:00-4:45 PM in English & Spanish PARISH MEMBERHIP: We welcome all new families! To register as a part of the family of Saint Anne s Parish, please stop by the Rectory Office to fill out a simple registration form. You have joined a wonderful community! Office hours: Monday-Thursday 9:00a.m.-12:00 noon, 1:00p.m - 5:00p.m. & 7:00p.m. - 9:00p.m. Friday & Saturday 9:00a.m. - 1:00p.m. CLOSED SUNDAYS. Welcome Bienvenidos Bienvenue To keep the faith alive for future generations, please consider remembering St. Anne s in your Will. November 3 & 4, st Sunday in Ordinary Time

2 PLEASE REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS Carmela Inguanti, Antoinette Inguanti, Anne Cisco, Alice Corwin, Carol DiMuro, Jo Ann & Joe Verrechio, Gladys Torres, Anthony Falci, Brigid Esse, Manifred Esse, Laurie Santos, Christopher Grabe, George Grabe, Dawn Grabe, Barbara Grabe, Guy Hanlon, Anna Romero, Maritza Benites, Michael Chicas, Robert Newell Sr., Joel Auerbask, Timothy Hanaburgh, Conner Amato, Ebner Family, Avery Family, Marsch Family, Emmaline Strick, Salvadore Espostito, Bartosik Family, Ivona Bartosik, Biangardi Family James Paladino,, Pat Rassanen, Ana Josefa Rodriguez, Jenny Jamsy Rodriguez, Taylor Chanoine, PRAY FOR THOSE WHO ARE SERVING IN THE MILITARY Steven Reyes Luis Vieta Thomas Shelton Trinifer Garcia Richard Laureano Robert Gilman William Suhr Shawn G. Muller Daniel Mejia Sr. Mariana Rodriguez John Lampkin Colin McNulty Alexandria Talleriso Joseph A. Rodriguez William Krausch Jr. Stacey Delano Matthew James Murphy Omer Cadet Jon Jay Uebel Angel Gonzalez Peter Daniel Rivera Kevin Shaw Tyler Rodriguez Stephen Gregory Angel Gonzalez Keith Jermyn Christopher A. Cary Ryan Gregory Americo Otero Matthew Ghiringhelli Joseph Shelton Joseph Swiderski Our Weekly Collections: Was not available at time of publication. October 28, 2018 First Collection: $ 9, Thank you for your continuous support of our parish. We can not do it alone we depend on you! IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS Parish Offices: Parish Fax: Office of Family Faith Formation: Fr. Thomas Conerty Outreach: or ex 142 Parish Office Haitian/American Apostolate: Hospitality Too/Soup Kitchen: Our Lady of Providence Regional School: St. Anne s Gardens (Senior Housing): Eucharist to the Homebound: Pronto: Catholic Charities Immigrant Service: WEEKLY MASS INTENTIONS Saturday, November 3, :00 - All Souls Novena McCormick Family for Healing 5:00 - Mary-Ann O Keefe (Birth in Heaven) Amor González Francisco 7:00 - (Spanish) Prospero Arévalo (6 Meses) En honor al Divino Nino Jesus En honor a la Virgen del Cisne Santiago Tenesaca Sunday, November 4, :30 - Antonio Scalia All Souls Novena 9:00 - (Spanish) Félix Gómez Cují (1st Ann) Almas del Purgatorio Jesús Prudencio Por la salud de Aura Feña Justiniano 11:00 - All who are falsely accused Beverly Abery (Healing) 12:30 -(Haitain)Jean Enel Ulysse (Birth.)in Thanksgiving 5:00 - Lucila Durand St. Anne s Parishioners Living & Deceased Monday, November 5, :00 - All Souls Novena Mass Margaret Calandra 5:30 - Available Tuesday, November 6, :00 - All Souls Novena Mass Christian Mothers Living & Deceased 5:30 - Antonio J. Roman Wednesday, November 7, :00 - All Souls Novena Mass Margaret Calandra 5:30 - Available 7:00 - (Haitian) Available Thursday, November 8, :00 - All Souls Novena Mass Teresa and Francesco Greco 5:30 - Joan Ward 7:00 - (Spanish) Herminio Reyes (1st Annv.) Por el Empiezo del Cursillo Jorge Romero (8th Annv.) Anatilde Daza de Romero Friday, November 9, :00 - All Souls Novena Mass Mildred Lopez (Healing) (Liv.) 5:30 - Available Saturday, November 10, :00 - All Souls Novena 5:00 - Andres Romay 7:00 - (Spanish) Victoria Martínez (22Annv.) Bienvenido Cedeño (1st Annv.) Rosa Vivas (10th Annv.) Gregorio Santana (4 Meses) Sunday, November 11, :30 - All Souls Novena 9:00 - (Spanish) María Marte José Salvador Quintanilla Ángel Román (2nd Annv.) Ronald Enrique Rodríguez 11:00 - Jeffrey R. Herrmann George W. Riley 12:30 - (Haitain) Available 5:00- Rosa Avilés St. Anne s Parishioners Living & Deceased

3 Dear Sisters and Brothers, 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time Last weekend, once more we have heard sad news of an attack on a Synagogue with 11 people loosing lives in Pittsburgh. There is no place for violence in our lives. We all resent bullying and mistreatment, not talking about any physical abuse. We need to continue to pray for the victims and their families, that they find strength to bear the pain of their loss and hurt. It s so difficult to find understanding and acceptance to such senseless violence. Every person desires respect and fair treatment in all places, we desire kindness and love from our family and friends and so we have to give to others this same. In the gospel of this Sunday, Jesus gives us an indication for holiness and happiness in our lives simplifying the whole Bible to two commandments of loving God and our neighbor as ourselves. How important it must be for us, to come to know God s love for us, to be able to respond to it as Jesus asks us through the words of the Old Testament: to love God with all our heart, with all our soul, with all our mind and with all our strength? How important it must be for us to make an experience of that love? How much we must ponder God s Word, how much we need to be close to God to have this total love with all strength of the: body, mind and soul, all for God. What in life do we love with all our strength, with the power of our body, mind and soul??? Does love like this exists??? Or at least what love comes closest to that kind of love??? Love like this probably exists, but who of us would say that we love God in that profound way of total self gift??? Or what it means to love God or another person in that way???certainly one needs to ponder this meaning in faith and love in prayer to come to terms with it. Loving others seems simple, to love them as ourselves with simple reciprocity. If we define our practical life answer to this question, we will answer to our greatest call as a human person. Jesus gave us a clue with his own life and death. Are we ready to imitate Him??? Here I would like to share with you this prayer, that you may have seen me share in the bulletin, but it s worth remembering. Attributed to Fr. Pedro Arrupe, SJ ( ) Nothing is more practical than finding God, than falling in Love in a quite absolute, final way. What you are in love with, what seizes your imagination, will affect everything. It will decide what will get you out of bed in the morning, what you do with your evenings, how you spend your weekends, what you read, whom you know, what breaks your heart, and what amazes you with joy and gratitude. Fall in Love, stay in love, and it will decide everything. This week we honored All Saints who tried to embody this prayer, and now we honor them for their efforts and example. We continue to pray for the Souls of our departed family members. You may remember them by enlisting them for the All Souls Novena of Masses taking the envelope from the entrances of the church and writing their names for remembrance in Novena of Masses and in our prayers in the month of November. May the Lord show them his Mercy, and give them the happiness of heaven. And us let s ponder and learn how to love God and one another as ourselves. God bless everyone always!!! Fr. Stan

4 Let us welcome the following babies and their families who were Baptized into the Church: Jayden Alexander Halley Christian Jamaal Smiley WEDDING BANNS FIRST BANNS Ever Zelaya & Matilde Contreras Wedding November 10, 2018 Queridos Hermanos y Hermanas: El fin de semana pasado, una vez mas, hemos escuchado tristes noticias de ataques a la Sinagoga con 11 personas perdiendo la vidas en Pittsburgh. No hay lugar para la violencia en nuestras vidas. A todos nos molesta la intimidación y el maltrato, no hablamos de ningún abuso físico. Necesitamos continuar orando por las victimas y sus familiares, para que encuentren la fuerza para soportar el dolor de su perdida y su dolor. Es tan difícil encontrar compresión y aceptación ante semejante violencia sin sentido. Todas las personas desean respeto y trato justo en todos los lugares, deseamos bondad y amor de nuestra familia y amigos, por lo que tenemos que darles a los demás lo mismo. En el evangelio de este Domingo, Jesús nos da una indicación de la santidad y la felicidad en nuestras vidas simplicando toda la Biblia a dos mandamientos de amar a Dios y al prójimo como a nosotros Español mismos. Que tan importante debe ser para nosotros, conocer el amor de Dios para nosotros, para poder responder a el como Jesús nos pide a través de la palabras del Antiguo Testamento: amar a Dios con todo nuestro corazón, con toda nuestra alma, con Toda nuestra mente y con toda nuestra fuerza. Qué tan importante debe ser para nosotros hacer una experiencia de ese amor? Cuánto debemos reflexionar sobre la Palabra de Dios, cuanto debemos estar cerca de Dios para tener este amor total con toda la fuerza del cuerpo, la mente y el alma, todo para Dios? Qué en la vida amamos con toda nuestra fuerza, con el poder de nuestro cuerpo, mente y alma? El amor como sale? O al menos, Qué amor se acerca mas a ese tipo de amor? Probablemente exista este tipo de amor, pero Quién de nosotros diria que amamos a Dios de esa manera profunda de entrega total? O que significa amar a Dios u otra persona de esa manera? Ciertamente, uno necesita reflexionar sobre este significado en la fe y el amor en la oración para llegar a un acuerdo con el. Amar a los demás parece simple, amarlos como a nosotros mismos con reciprocidad simple. Si definimos nuestra respuesta de vida practica a esta pregunta, responderemos a nuestro mayor llamado como persona humana. Jesús nos dio una pista con su propia vida y muerte. Estamos listos para imitarlo? Aquí me gustaría compartir con ustedes esta oración, que quizan hayan visto en el boletín anteriormente, vale la pena recordarla una vez mas. Escrita por el Padre Pedro Arrupe, SJ ( ) NADA ES MAS PRACTICO. Nada es mas practico Que encontrar a Dios; Que amarlo de un modo absoluto, y hasta el final. Aquello de lo que estés enamorado, y arrebate tu imaginación, Lo afectara todo. Determinara lo que te haga levantar por la mañana Y lo que hagas con tus atardeceres; Como pases los fines de semana, lo que leas Y a quien conozcas; Lo que te rompa el corazón y lo que te llene de asombro Con alegría y agradecimiento. Enamórate, permanece enamorado, y eso lo decidirá todo. Esta semana horamos a todos los Santos que intentaron encarnar esta oración, y ahora los honramos por su esfuerzo y ejemplo. Continuamos orando por las almas de nuestros familiares difuntos. Puede recordarlos escribiendo sus nombres para la Novena que se llevara a cabo en la Misas de recordación de todas las almas difuntas, tomando un sobre a la entradas de la iglesia y escribiendo sus nombres, para ser recordados durante la misa y en nuestra oraciones durante el mes de Noviembre. Que el Señor les muestre su Misericordia y les de la felicidad del cielo. Y reflexionemos y aprendamos a amar a Dios y a los demás como a nosotros mismos. Dios les bendiga a todos siempre!!! P. Stan


6 This is the message we as Christians need to spread this Holiday Season! Will you help us do this! These car magnets are available in the Parish Business Office. Donation is $5.00 Pick up one before we run out!

7 November/December/January Cenacle Retreat House Schedule Sunday, November 11, :00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. at the Retreat Center, 12:30 p.m. arrivals and refreshments ANGELS AND ALLELUIAS The role and presence of angels is explored through scripture, music, and prayer inviting participants to renew and embrace our relationships with the beautiful gifts of God. A healing time of grace and spiritual alignment as we place our hopes, prayers and questions and grow closer to our guardians and learn a bit more about the angels. Presenter: Paul Alexander, LCSW Offering: $35 $20 deposit required to hold your reservation November 16-18, 2018 A WOMAN S WAY THROUGH THE 12 STEPS STEPS 4-5 One year continuous recovery in a 12 Step Program required. Using A Woman s Way Through the Twelve Steps as a guide, join us and other women in recovery who are discovering the power of healthy choice and inner wisdom to light our way toward deeper meaning and a life filled with empowerment, joy and peace. Steps 4 and 5 will be explored and can be revisited with a beginner s mind and a new awareness, no matter the length of your recovery. Presenters: Pamela J. Carlton, MS, MT-BC and Ann Schehr, LMHC, CRC Offering: $250 No Sunday lunch. Commuters: $195 $50 deposit required to hold your reservation Thursday, December 6, :30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. at the Retreat Center, 10:00 a.m. arrivals and refreshments LIFE S CALLING YOU COME, FOLLOW CHRIST-Morning for Seniors ADVENT SEEDS OF WINTER S BEAUTY: Preparing and waiting with faith and trust, for newness to unfold. Presenter: Carmela Bergman, Cenacle Staff Associate Offering: $30 Lunch included $20 deposit required to hold your reservation December 7-9, 2018 SILENT DIRECTED ADVENT RETREAT WEEKEND In the midst of this busy season, you are invited to rejoice in the impending brightness of the Lord s coming and to find Him very near in the hush of silence. This contemplative weekend, with individual spiritual direction, will begin with an inspiring Advent prayer. Presenters/Directors: Cenacle Ministry Team Offering: $250 No Sunday lunch. No Commuters $50 deposit required to hold your reservation Friday, December 14, :00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. at the Retreat Center, 5:30 p.m. arrivals HOLIDAY EVENING WITH YOUR HIGHER POWER An evening for those in a Twelve Step Program. The evening begins with a festive meal, followed by a presentation, personal processing and integration. Presenter: Ann Schehr, LMHC, CRC Offering: $50 Festive Dinner included $20 deposit required to hold your reservation Sunday, December 16, :30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. at the Retreat Center, 1:00 p.m. arrivals and refreshments BRING A TORCH, JEANETTE ISABELLA! SILENT AFTERNOON OF PRAYER This French carol is about two female farmhands running to tell the inhabitants of a nearby village that they have found the baby and his mother in a stable. What can its beckoning and hushed quality say to us about greeting the Christ Child with exuberant and contemplative presence to the moment this Christmastide? What noise must we still, lest we awaken Him? Presenter: Sr. Kathryn Madden, r.c. Offering: $35 $20 deposit required to hold your reservation January 18-20, 2019 Spa Retreat for Women The Gifts of the Visitation are you looking for that special gift for someone for Christmas well for the ladies here it is. The story of the Visitation of Mary and Elizabeth teaches us an important lesson: when Christ is growing inside of us, we will be led to people, places and situations that we never dreamed of. In the very act of consoling others, we will be consoled. How does your spiritual life influence your journey, bod, mind, and spirit? Presenters: Cenacle Sisters and Team. Offering $ No Sunday Lunch. No Commuters. $50.00 deposit required to hold your reservation. Limited Registrations accept. Linda Siedlecki - Retreat Office Manager Ronkonkoma Cenacle 310 Cenacle Road Ronkonkoma, NY x116 Fax:


9 Ministerios y Servicios En Español P. Víctor Evangelista Tel. (631) Fax (631) Santa Misa Jueves y Sábado 7:00 p.m. Domingo 9:00 a.m. Confesiones Sábado 4-4:45 p.m. Domingo 8:30-9/10:30-11 a.m. Unción de los Enfermos y Exposición Eucarística Primer jueves del mes Cenáculo Eucarístico (Divina Misericordia) Cuarto sábado del mes Bautismo de niños menores de cinco años 1º, 2º y 3er.. sábados del mes (Para Bautismo, Matrimonio, 15 años, etc. es necesario pedir una Cita con Sacerdote/Diacono en la Oficina parroquial, más información puede encontrar en la sección en inglés - SACRAMENTAL INFORMATION ST. ANNE S PARISH-). Grupos, Movimientos, Comunidades parroquiales Hermandad de Emaús Martes 7:30 p.m. Capilla (Romilio Lorenzo: ). Renovación Carismática Miércoles 7:30 p.m. Templo (Reina Rodríguez: ). Comdad. Neocatecumenal Jueves 7:30 p.m. Capilla Cursillos de Cristiandad Jueves 7:30 p.m. Bjo. Rectoría (Pedro y Laura: ). Gpo. J. A. (RENACER) Viernes 7:30 p.m. Bjo. Templo (Pamela Cueto: ). Legión de María Dom. desp. de la Misa de 9:00 a.m. (Hilda González: ). S. Miguel Arcángel 2º Domingo de mes a las 2:00 p.m. (Alida Moreno: ). Divina Misericordia 2º y 4º domingos a 2:00 p.m. (Carmen Elibo: ). L. Fams. y G. Acólitos Ultimo viernes de mes 6:00 p.m. (Yolanda: ; Andrés: ). Ap. Hpno. y Cf. de Amistad 4º Domingo desp. de misa dominical (Miguel Alfaro: ) Coro Parroq. de la Misa de Sábado y Domingo (Contacto: Moisés Telenta: ). Curso Pre-Cana y Mov. Fam. Cristiano (Contacto: Alberto Román y Margarita: ). R.I.C.A. (Contacto: José Núñez y Carmen: ). Educación Religiosa (Contacto: Bertha Keenan: ). XXXI-B DOMINGO ORDINARIO Deuteronomio 6:2-6 Escucha, Israel: El Señor, nuestro Dios, es el único Señor; amaras al Señor, tu Dios, con todo tu corazón, con toda tu alma, con todas tus fuerzas. Graba en tu corazón los mandamientos que hay te he transmitido esto es para los judíos a manera del Credo para los católicos, una confesión de fe, valga decir que también es nuestro, Jesucristo nos lo entrego cumplido en la Cruz. Hay que enfatizar que este Shemá, Israel (Escucha, Israel) está fundamentado en la Alianza, en el amor de Dios que eligió un pueblo (Israel), y en sentido más amplio un Pueblo Nuevo: la Iglesia. Shemá, Israel, busca explicar y aplicar la Alianza con el Dios uno y único, alianza en la cual Dios tiene la iniciativa y responsabilidad. Hebreos 7:23-28 Ciertamente que un sumo sacerdote como este era el que nos convenía: santo, inocente, inmaculado, separado de los pecadores y elevado por encima de los cielos uno que se ofrece como víctima propiciatoria. El texto de la segunda lectura tiene una profundidad teológica que cobra sentido en el sacerdocio bautismal de todos los creyentes, y por supuesto en el único sacerdocio según el rito de Melquisedec, el de Cristo. Marcos 12:28b-34 Cuál es el primero de todos los mandamientos? ( ) El primero es: Shemá, Israel ( ) El segundo es este: Amaras a tu prójimo como a ti mismo. El mandato de Jesús es claro, no se ama a Dios si no se ama al prójimo, en palabras sencillas: Levantamos una mana para alabar a Dios y nos ponemos la otra en el bolsillo para ser generosos con los pobres e indigentes. En el orden de los 10 mandamientos, es curioso, el numero de mandamientos que refieren a Dios son tres, son siete (a partir del 4º), que refieren al prójimo y la relación con el mundo material (bienes, dinero, etc.).


11 AROUND OUR COMMUNITY MARIA REGINA RESIDENCE Maria Regina Residence, at 1725 Brentwood Road, Brentwood, is an 188 bed Skilled Nursing Facility under the care of the Sisters of St. Joseph. We are currently seeking compassionate, dedicated men and women who are willing to volunteer their time and talent in varied Service areas, (usually for one morning or afternoon/week) in assisting the Pastoral Team as Eucharistic Ministers or Helping to transport residents in their wheelchairs within the building, both priority needs. We also welcome assistants for Recreational services and other needs in the building. Is the Holy Spirit calling you? For more information, please contact Sister Mary Sheppard, CSJ and leave contact information at Prayerfully and thankfully, We look forward to hearing from you. ST. JAMES R.C. CHURCH Vendors Needed Saint James Church Christmas Fair We would like to invite you to consider being a vendor at our Christmas Fair this year! It promises to be a wonderful event with: one of the largest miniature nativities in the world! (called a presidio), many vendors, pictures with Santa, entertainment, food, make-and take kiddie crafts, raffles, many collectibles for viewing and purchase & so much more. The date is Saturday, December 1, Secure a space for $75.00 by calling Todd Bradshaw or Fr. Jerry Cestare at WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER Do we put our trust in God and allow him to be Lord in every area of our life like the widow did? Trust that God wants great things for your marriage by attending a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend. The next Weekends are Nov , 2018 in Huntington, N.Y. and Feb 8-10, 2019 in Huntington, N.Y. For more information, call John & Toni Torio at or visit them at ST. SYLVESTER S COMMUNITY SOCIAL & DANCE Featuring Bill Wilkinson and his Savoy Swing Band A live 20 pc. Band with vocals playing for your listening and dancing entertainment. Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 7:00pm to 10:00pm St. Sylvester s Church - Patricia Desmond Hall, 68 Ohio Ave, Medford, N.Y Admission: $15.00 pp snacks and beverages included. Call or website SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH This November 16th marks the twenty-ninth anniversary of the assassination of six Jesuit priests, their housekeeper and her daughter in the small country of El Salvador. In addition, this year will mark the thirty-eighth of the murders of the four Churchwomen and now Sainted Archbishop Oscar A. Romero, also in El Salvador. With those anniversaries in mind, a prayer service has been planned to commemorate the lives of these holy people and to remember all those who have, and continue to, dedicate their lives to the struggle for social justice and peace all over our world. This service will be held on Sunday, November 18th at 3:00 p.m. at the Sisters of St. Joseph Renewal Center Chapel 1725 Brentwood Road, Brentwood, N.Y. All are welcome to join in prayer.

12 ST. ANNE S CHRISTIAN MOTHERS ORGANIZATION Annual Cake Sale Sunday, November 11, 2018 After all the Masses until we run out of cakes!

13 Reserve your seats now by stopping into the Parish Office, fill out the form, leave your deposit and you are on your way to POLAND in August with Fr. Stan.

14 Pere Charlince Vendredy Le plus grand commandement (Mc12 :28-34) Jésus, notre Example parfait, nous appelle à vivre une vie basée sur l amour de Dieu et du prochain La question qu il formule peut étonner de la part d un scribe (v.28b). Il est un bon connaisseur de l Ecriture. C est même sa spécialité. Mais, a l époque, la discussion est vive entre les rabbins sur l importance de tel ou tel précepte divin. Ils en ont recensé jusqu à six cent treize dans l Ancien Testament. Les pharisiens, toujours rigoureux sur la Loi, en tirent une morale tatillonne. Un discernement s impose. On pouvait s attendre a ce que Jésus renvoie son interlocuteur au Décalogue (cf. Ex20, 1-17). Au lieu de cela, il cite les premiers mots de la prière qui, chez les Juifs, est l équivalent du Notre Père». Elle porte le nom de «Shema Israel» : «Ecoute Israel» (Dt 6 : 4-5). C et une magnifique profession de foi au Dieu Unique qui veut être aimé totalement. Mais Jésus n en reste pas là. Il joint à ce premier commandement un second qui prescrit l amour du prochain. Car pour lui, l amour de Dieu et du prochain est préférable à tous les sacrifices du culte juif (v. 33). Ainsi, mes chers amis, aimons-nous les uns les autres comme Jésus nous l a appris. St Augustin disait : «Aime et fais ce que tu veux.» Sans l amour, l avenir de l histoire et du monde est incertain.