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Faith Study and Sharing

Mondays, 7-8:30 PM; Fridays, 10-11:30 AM 

We all have received an invitation to wholeness, holiness, and participation in the mission of Christ by virtue of our baptism.  Different charisms have developed in the church, Benedictine, Ignatian, and Dominican for example, all of which are treasuries of spiritual wisdom. For the next segment of Faith Study and Sharing, we look at various spiritualities in the church, the many ways individuals respond to Jesus and live as disciples.  Join us to learn more about these spiritualities.  The same program is offered in the morning and evening.

 No session Feb. 15

Calendar revised due to snow

February 18: Benedictine Spirituality

February 22 & 25: Cistercian Spirituality (Thomas Merton as a Trappist)

March 1 & 4 Carmelite Spirituality (St. Teresa of Avila and St. John of the Cross were Carmelites)

 

Latest Podcast

February 10, 2019Podcast
by Fr. Philip Ramos
Homily
Date: 2/10/19
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Liturgies

MASS

Saturday Evening 4:30 PM
Sunday Morning 7:30, 9:00, and 11:00 AM
Sunday Evening 7:00 PM
Monday- Friday 8:00 AM
First Saturday Mass - 6:30 AM
Saturday Communion Service - 9:00 AM
Holy Days: 7:00 PM Vigil, 8:00 AM, 12 Noon, 7:00 PM

CONFESSIONS

Saturday 3:30 - 4:00 PM or by appointment

 

Question of the Week

Week of February 17, 2019

Lk 6:17, 20-26

Adults:  

How do the “woes” in this Gospel give you pause?

 We offer this form of contemplative sharing for pondering Scripture while considering the question, and for the faith sharing which follows.

-  Listen/ Read (Lectio): Ponder God’s word and listen for what touches your heart.
-  Meditate (Meditatio): Notice what you notice. Allow God’s word to resonate in you.
-  Speak/Share (Oratio): Prayerfully share with the group your thoughts and feelings.
-  Rest in God’s presence (Contemplatio): Notice God’s presence and be still, surrounded by God’s love.


Teens:

In what way are you serving the poor, as Jesus did?

 
Children:

When have you helped bring God’s love to someone who was sad, or hungry, or whom others made fun of? Share what happened when you did.

 

February 17, 2019


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