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good shepardIn this Sunday’s Gospel (Jn 10:11-18) Jesus speaks of two kinds of people, those who work only for pay, and those whose actions are motivated by love.

Jesus' heals the man born blind, and the religious leaders question the miracle and Jesus' authority to heal. Jesus responds by calling himself the Good Shepherd.

Jesus contrasts the actions of the Good Shepherd with the actions of the hired shepherd who abandons the sheep in the face of danger. Jesus is referring to Pharisees and the other religious leaders when he describes the hired shepherds.

Jesus says that the actions of the Good Shepherd are based on the loving relationship between the shepherd and the sheep. This is the difference between the Good Shepherd and the hired shepherd. For the Good Shepherd, it is never simply a job; it is love-in-action.

Good Shepherd is such a familiar image that if Jesus came back to Earth today do you think he would use that image? Probably not. There are so many other examples of a good caregiver.

St. Theresa of Calcutta is one example. “I see somebody dying, I pick him up. I find somebody hungry, I give him food. He can love and be loved. I don’t look at his color, I don’t look at his religion. I don’t look at anything. Every person whether he is Hindu, Muslim or Buddhist, he is my brother, my sister,”

As followers of Jesus, once we recognize those human and spiritual connections we will seek to bring the stray sheep back home.

Through knowing Jesus, our relationship gives us the power to do great things, at home, in the community, and for our neighbors. We can be agents of social change and witnesses to the presence in prayer of the Risen Jesus, our Good Shepherd.


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    Attention Men! The Men’s Fellowship, at Resurrection Parish, invites all men of the parish to our bi-monthly meetings on the first and third Wednesday of the month starting at 7:30pm in the Resource Room.  There will be light refreshments.

    We will meet in an informal setting discussing selections from James Campbell’s book “Every Man’s Journey.”All Men of the Parish are invited. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact Deacon Rich at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 973-714-2952. 

     If you are not sure where Catholicism fits into your life, have questions about the faith, or just need your spiritual life reinvigorated this evening’s informal and confidential discussion may be what you’re looking for.

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    If you are a Catholic who has been away from regular Mass attendance, please know you are most welcome to join us at any of our worship services and parish functions.  Should you like more information about our parish or should you simply want to talk about coming back home, contact our administrator Fr. John Tarantino, or Deacon Ray, Director of Ministries at 973 895-4224. 

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    If you are new to Resurrection Parish or have been coming to Mass for a while, we ask that you stop by and speak with Fr. Tarantino,  about becoming part of our parish family. Registration forms can be found in the Narthex; and can be filled out and put in the collection box - or you can download the registration here.

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