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Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time

October 22

Give to Caesar What Is Caesar’s and to God What Is God’s

Twenty-ninth Sunday
in Ordinary Time

GOSPEL VIDEO: Matthew 22: 15:21
INTERPRETATION: Give to God What Is God’s


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Contemplate the Gospel with lectio divina.

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To you I call; for you will surely heed me, O God;
turn your ear to me; hear my words.
Guard me as the apple of your eye;
in the shadow of your wings protect me.
Cf. Psalm 17: 6-8


♦  Gather Us In
♦  Open My Eyes
♦  Eat This Bread
♦  Sing of the Lord’s Goodness

Behold, the eyes of the Lord
are on those who fear him,
who hope in his merciful love,
to rescue their souls from death,
to keep them alive in famine.
Cf. Psalm 33: 18-19


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GATHER US IN uses rich biblical phrases to reflect on gathering for worship, on God’s call to everyone without exception, and God’s expectation that we live in service and justice. The first four notes ring out over and over, reminding us that we are called to action.
The author and composer, Marty Haugen, was born in 1950 in Minnesota, was raised in the American Lutheran Church (ALC) in Minnesota, and is now a member the United Church of Christ. He writes contemporary hymns and liturgical music that is sung with vigor by both Catholic and Protestant congregations. Haugen has a B.A. in psychology from Luther College and an M.A. in pastoral studies from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota.
For more than 25 years, Haugen has pursued a career as a liturgical composer and workshop presenter. Over 150 pieces of his liturgical music have been published and recorded. He was an editor of the original Gather hymnal, and also contributed to Worship. He is known for his singable tunes. He composed the “Mass of Creation“, many of our psalm settings, as well as “We Have Been Told,” “Eye Has Not Seen,” “We Walk by Faith,” “Canticle of the Sun,” “We Are Many Parts,” “We Remember,” “Shepherd Me, O God” and other beloved contemporary hymns.

POPE FRANCIS: God Alone Is Lord

ADULTS: Is God in the Center of Your Life?
CHILDREN: Kids’ Survival Tip #1 – Put God First
YOUTH: Where’s God?

We go out to bring Good News to the world, singing Alleluia! Sing to Jesus.
Listen to the mighty organ “Postlude Finale on HYFRYDOL“.



October 22
Event Category:

St. Jude Catholic Church
2130 Pemberton Drive
Ft. Wayne, IN 46805
(260) 484-6609

St. Jude Catholic School
2110 Pemberton Drive
Ft. Wayne, IN 46805
(260) 484-4611

Parish Office Hours
8 am - 4 pm Mon-Fri

Music Ministry
(260) 484-6609