The Archdiocese of San Antonio hosted Stewardship Day on Saturday, September 8, 2018 with special guest speaker Tracy Earl Welliver of LPI.
Stewardship Reflection of the Week:
Baptism of Our Lord
Jesus, whom God called “my beloved Son,” is also the “servant” of whom Isaiah speaks in
the first reading.We who are baptized in Christ must follow His example and use our time
and resources in the service of God and neighbor.
See Luke 3:22
“Blessed are they who have kept the word with a generous heart and bring a harvest through perseverance. ”Luke 8:15
The life of a Christian steward models the life of Jesus. It is challenging and even difficult, in many respects, yet intense joy comes to those who take the risk to live as Christian stewards. Women and men who seek to live as stewards learn that "all things work for good for those who love God" (Rom 8:28).
After Jesus, we look to Mary as an ideal steward. As the Mother of Christ, she lived her ministry in a spirit of fidelity and service; she responded generously to the call. We must ask ourselves: Do we also wish to be disciples of Jesus Christ and Christian stewards of our world and our Church? Central to our human and Christian vocations, as well as to the unique vocation each one of us receives from God, is that we be good stewards of the gifts we possess. God gives us this divine-human workshop, this world and Church of ours.
The Spirit shows us the way.
Stewardship is a part of that journey.
From the USCCB