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Mayordomos de los dones de Dios   天主恩寵的管家

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Teléfono: 916-583-8306

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A Glimpse of Spirituality 靈修一瞥125 (Mark 2:1-12)                                                

What significance does “breaking the roof” edify our faith? Is it the only way for the four men to help their friend?


Helping their paralyzed friend shows that they will try their best regardless how hard the situation is. These friends were persons who had faith in the healing power of Jesus and they were people with initiative, tenacity, and creativity. However, the Jews, according to their religious culture, might consider that God punishes this man by making him sick. It was a common belief that no sickness could be cured until sin was forgiven. For that reason Jesus had first to convince the paralyzed man that his sins had been forgiven. However, again, the scribes thought this healing was blasphemous.


By forgiving sin, they thought Jesus had blasphemed and insulted God because forgiving sin is the exclusive prerogative of God. Their main accusation against Jesus is “My son, your sins are forgiven.” Metaphorically, the term “son” (teknon) refers to the intimate and reciprocal relationship formed between people by the bonds of love, friendship, trust, just as between parents and children. In other words, this paralytic man knew that God was no longer his enemy and he was a beloved descendent of God. By this healing miracle, Jesus transformed the “punished” to the “beloved.”


The healing of the paralytic, moreover, is but one of the many proofs of Jesus’ divinity which he shared with his disciples. Jesus insisted that if he healed the man, then his enemies must recognize his authority to forgive sin, and consequently his divinity. It was in fact the principal charge on which his enemies had him crucified. Actually, Jesus also broke the roof of taboo to encounter the needy in order that those who believe in him will go to heaven through the broken roof.







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Sacramento Chinese Catholic community was formed with the purpose of establishing a base for Chinese speaking people to come to know God and to worship him. Language barrier and ethnic difference have been keeping a lot of people from the house of God. They couldn't fully participate in the church and didn't have a sense of belonging. Now with our own Chinese speaking priest, the Sacramento Chinese Catholic Community is becoming more and more lively.

We sincerely invite you: if you were a Catholic and were not able to participate in mass or sacraments due to language barrier, this is your home; if you were a Catholic with no language barrier, are you willing to help God build up His church locally for the Chinese speaking people? If you were not a Catholic yet, you will find God here by feeling the love among our members.

Even if you were not one of those above, we still want to invite you to visit us and then you can properly introduce us to your friends who may need a group like this.

Check us out by coming to our Chinese mass at 2:00pm on a Sunday, or just call one of the contact persons. See you soon!

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On the first Sunday of every month, before the Chinese Mass at 2:00 pm.

Please contact Father Chui or John Wong in advance.

Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament

c/o Sacramento Chinese Catholic Community

1017 11th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814

Phone: (916) 583-8306


Priest: Fr. Abraham Chiu
(510) 588-0481

President: John Wong


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