LENT AND EASTER
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Lenten Vesper Series
Join us for a candlelit hour of contemplative, mandative prayer before the Blessed Sacrament. Every Thursday of Lent from 7 to 8pm.
Stations of the Cross
Every Friday Night at 7:00pm in the Main Church, enter though door 13. All are welcome, no reservation is necessary.
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Here are this week’s TOP PICKS
Father Michael McGivney: An American Blessed
In May 2020, Pope Francis approved a decree recognizing a miracle attributed to the intercession of Father Michael McGivney, paving the way for his beatification. This new powerful documentary highlights Father McGivney’s inspiring example of fraternal charity, evangelization, and empowerment of the laity, from his humble beginnings as the son of Irish immigrants to his founding of the Knights of Columbus. It also explores the heartwarming story of Michael McGivney Schachle, a child with Down syndrome who was healed in utero from a fatal disease through the intercession of Father McGivney. Discover the remarkable life and legacy of the Church’s newest blessed.
The Spirit and the Desert
“[Jesus] was led by the Spirit into the desert for forty days, to be tempted by the devil.” – Luke 4:1
On the day Jesus was baptized, the Holy Spirit anointed him. Immediately after this event the Holy Spirit led Jesus to the desert. The desert was a place of isolation, death, and defeat, but Jesus was led to the desert so that it may be forever changed into a place of grace. The Spirit led Jesus to the desert and also protected and cared for him while he was there. The desert is a part of every Christian’s life but it does not have to be a place of despair or isolation. The Holy Spirit is present to life’s deserts and when we experience his presence it changes our spiritual life. The desert is no longer a place to be feared but can be a profound encounter with Jesus.