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2017-06-18 公告


基督聖體聖血節

若望的福音完美的把基督的化身跟基督的聖體聖血連合在一起。在序言裡,若望稱耶穌是聖言成了血肉。在今天的福音裡,耶穌叫祂自己是「從天上降下的生活的食糧」。兩個都指出耶穌是萬世之前就有的,以及祂從天降下。祂來世界是為了我們能夠有生命。若望的福音沒有記下最後晚餐,它跟其他三部福音是不一樣的;但是在若望福音裡,耶穌所說的話很清楚的表達祂很期望給祂的門徒吃喝祂的肉血。當我們在感恩祭中吃了餅和喝了酒,我們是領受了耶穌基督的聖體聖血。那些吃祂的肉和喝祂的血的人持續在祂內,以及祂常住在他們內。在世上,沒有別的方式能夠使我們跟基督有更親密的關係。

在若望福音中,我們能看到耶穌所顯的神跡和教導是用了普通的東西; 好像酒,水和餅。在加納的婚宴中,祂把水變成了酒來預示祂將在最後晚餐把酒變成了祂的血。在雅各伯的井旁,耶穌教撒瑪黎雅婦人關於活水,將會使人永遠不渴。在山旁,耶穌用了五塊餅和兩條魚來餵養群眾。耶穌用了普通的東西來發出特別的事件。最大的例子就是祂用了普通的食糧,餅和酒,把它們變成了祂寶貴的聖體聖血。祂這樣做,使祂能夠把自己賜給我們,餵養我們靈性的饑餓和解除我們心靈的飢渴。我們有多麼美好的天主-祂每天把自己賜給我們,使我們能夠獲得永生。我們該不該每天努力的去領受祂呢?

The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ 

John’s Gospel connects beautifully the Incarnation and the Eucharist. In the Prologue, John calls Jesus the Word made flesh. In today’s Gospel, Jesus calls Himself “the living bread that came down from heaven.” Both point out the pre-existence of Christ and His entry into the world. He came that we might have life. Unlike the other three Gospels, the Gospel of John did not record the Last Supper; however, Jesus’ words clearly expresses His intent to give His flesh and His blood for His disciples to eat and drink. When we eat the bread and drink the wine we are partaking of the Body and Blood of Christ. Those who eat His flesh and drink His blood abide in Him and He abides in them. Here on earth, there can be no greater intimacy with Christ than this.

Throughout John’s Gospel, we see Jesus make use of ordinary things like wine, water and bread in His miracles and teachings. In Cana, He changed water into wine to foreshadow the changing of wine to His blood at the Last Supper. At Jacob’s well, Jesus taught the Samaritan woman about the living water that would forever quench man’s thirst. At the mountain side, Jesus used five loaves and two fish to feed the multitude. Jesus makes use of ordinary things to bring about extraordinary things. The greatest example is that He used ordinary food and drink, like bread and wine, and transformed them into His most precious Body and Blood. He did this so that He could give Himself to us, to feed our spiritual hunger and to quench our spiritual thirst. What a wonderful and gracious God we have – a God who makes Himself available to us every day so that we might have eternal life. Shouldn’t we try our best to receive Him every day?


今天是一年一度的父亲节,訨我们一起祈求在天之父降福世上所有的父亲们!

祝福父親禱文:母愛深似海, 父愛重如山. 拳拳赤子心, 遙遙白髮牽. 親恩三春暉, 照我一生暖. 飲水常思源, 路遠寄思念. 父親節, 惟願老爸, 人康安. 為此, 全能的天主, 我們請求你, 降幅所有的父親, 因父及子及聖神之名. 阿門.

Today is Father’s Day. Let us pray to our Father in heaven to bless all the fathers in the world.


「一个帶一个」 的傳播福音的方法

傳播福音最困难的部分是如何吸引非天主教友來参加慕道班的課程。中国傳教士基金会有一位服务於台湾省台中市的傳教士在過去四年裏很成功的吸引了這些非天主教教友,她從三十個人,到四十個人,到五十個人然後是五十九個人接受洗礼。她成功的原因是百分之七十的新教友是被教友们的祈祷会裏的教友以「一个帶一个」的方法吸引來的。過去九个月裏艾神父在台湾台南和當地的傳教士们一共组织了四个這樣的团体。在七月二十二至二十三日兩天有一个講習会,艾神父会向我们解释在台中成功的方法及分享他在台南用的方式。

Evangelization using the “One-Brings-One” Method

The hardest part of evangelization is attracting non-Catholics to come to an RCIA course. The Chinese Lay Missionaries Foundation has one lay evangelist serving in Taichung who has been very successful in attracting them: she had 30, then 40, then 50, then 59 baptisms over the last four years.  This success was due to the fact that 70% of her catechumens were attracted by Catholics who belong to a prayer community which uses the “One-Brings-One” method. In the last nine months, Fr. Lou Aldrich worked with lay evangelists in Tainan and has formed four of these groups.  On July 22-23, Fr. Aldrich will explain the successful method used in Taichung and he will share  his experience in using this method in Tainan.


中文查經每周三上午 10:00 開始。

中文讀書每月第四个周二上午 10:00 。

Chinese Bible Study group will meet every Wednesday at 10am.

Chinese Book Club will meet on the fourth Tuesday of each month.


圣経硏習夏令營   Vacation Bible School

在耶穌聖名天主堂七月一日從上午十点至下午三点

July 1 from 10 am to 3 pm at The Holy Name of Jesus Chinese Catholic Mission


國庆日慶祝活动   Fourth of July Celebration  

在耶穌聖名天主堂七月四日從上午十点至下午三点

July 4 from 10 am to 3 pm at The Holy Name of Jesus Chinese Catholic Mission