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Saint Peter The Apostle Catholic Church

Serving Lake Gaston
Lake Gaston

Lake Gaston Church Ministries

Mass Schedule
  • Saturday: 5:30 PM
  • Sunday: 8:00 AM
  • Weekdays:
    • Tuesday - Friday: 9:00 AM
  • Holy Days as announced
  • Wednesday: After 9:00am Mass
  • Thursday: After 9:00am Mass
  • First Saturday of the Month at 4:30pm
  • By Appointment
December Schedule
  • Dec 20th: Penance service will be at 7pm.
  • Dec 24th: Christmas Eve Mass will be at 7pm
  • Dec 25th: Christmas Day 8am
Adoration / Benediction / Rosary
  • First Thursday of each month, after 9:00am Mass
Ministry To The Sick
  • Anointing of the sick on request

Second Sunday of Ordinary Time - January 20, 2019

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Focusing the Gospel

Key words and phrases: disciples were also invited, water that had become wine, beginning of his signs, revealed his glory, disciples began to believe in him

To the point: Jesus' epiphany—the revelation of his glory—did not end with the sign he performed but with the belief to which his followers came. Not only does Jesus change water into wine, but he transforms his disciples from being mere companions to becoming those who believe in him. They move from fellowship to the intimacy of belief and their lives will never be the same. He changed them. He will change us. And our lives will never be the same.

To the First Reading: Isaiah provides us with language to describe believing: "I will not be silent ... I will not be quiet." He gives us as well language to describe the intimacy of belief: "My delight," "Espoused," "the Lord delights in you," "your Builder shall marry you," "God rejoice in you."

To Experience: Some changes are self-initiated, for example, we stop smoking, resolve to exercise daily, watch less TV. Other changes are generated by an outside catalyst, such as a natural disaster or the loss of a job because of a bankrupt company. When we open ourselves to God's actions within us, the most life-changing transformations occur.