Jesus Comes to Us in the Poor - from Henri Nouwen's Bread for the Journey
What finally counts is not whether we know Jesus and his words but whether we live our lives in the Spirit of Jesus. The Spirit of Jesus is the Spirit of Love. Jesus himself makes this clear when he speaks about the last judgment. There people will ask: "Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you drink?" and Jesus will answer: "In so far as you did this to one of the least ... of mine, you did it to me" (Matthew 25:37, 40).
This is our great challenge and consolation. Jesus comes to us in the poor, the sick, the dying, the prisoners, the lonely, the disabled, the rejected. There we meet him, and there the door to God's house is opened for us.
REQUIRED SERVICE HOURS
We are excited to announce the introduction of a service hours requirement for all Middle School students of Queen of Angels Catholic School as of the 2015-16 school year. Please become familiar with the following links which will give you more information about our Service Hours Program as well as the forms needed.
For every service performed, a student will need to fill out and return to Dr. C's office two forms:
a Service Report and a Service Reflection Sheet.
There is a clear plastic bin on the outside of Dr. C's Office with hard copies of these forms as well as a clear plastic bin to return completed forms.
Please contact Dr. C. directly with any questions on Service Hours. She can be reached at email@example.com or 770-518-1804 x105.
Please visit Pebbletossers website for Service hour opportunities.
Georgian Lakeside Assisted Living Center is looking for student and family volunteers! Some ideas for service include:
trick or treating, singing Christmas carols, showing science projects, practicing your instrument, etc. For more information please contact Melanie Saglimbene, Activities Director, at 678-367-4744 or by email at Contact