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Let Us Truly Be Sons and Daughters of the Father04-30-2017David Lins
On the road to Emmaus (in this Sunday’s Gospel), Jesus breaks down Scripture and explains it. Then, He prepares a table, breaks bread, and blesses it. Does this sound familiar?
It is the Mass! Sadly, so many people have left behind this beautiful formula given to us by Jesus Christ.
When you work for the Roman Catholic Church, people sometimes try to pin down your particular leanings. (Do you like the Latin Mass? What do you think about contemporary liturgy? What do you think the purpose of an altar server is? Is it okay to hold hands during the Our Father?) It is often posed as if to get your thoughts on the matter. Most of the time the real question is, “friend or foe?”
Here is my answer: “I love the Mass!”READ MORE
Volunteers needed for food prep and packing lunches
May 6 8:30a - 11:00a
at St. Vincent de Paul Kitchen in Phoenix on May 6, 8:30 - 11:00am.
Contact: Dr. Norman and Connie Spisak at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 480-575-3149.
Planned Parenthood Documentary
May 11 9:00a
OLOJ Sanctity of Life invites parishioners and friends to view MAAFA 21, a documentary film about the beginnings of Planned Parenthood. Thu, May 11 at 9:00am in the Faith Formation Building. The film is 2 hours, 10 minutes long.
Please RSVP to Frances at 480-488-2229.
Every Tuesday 7:00pm at Christ the Lord Lutheran 9205 E. Cave Creek Rd. in Carefree. We welcome relatives and friends of alcoholics and addicts, where we share our experience, strength and hope. Please call 480-353-9444 for information.
Ten day trip offered over three dates in October. Visiting Lisbon, Fatima, Santarem, Lourdes and Barcelona. Land Inclusive Package: $2,149.
Contact James Adair at 1-855-564-1008 or email@example.com for air price and information.
Many parents today are confused about the requirements and timing for their children to make their sacraments.
The process has changed several times over the decades and may be different than what a parent or even a child’s older sibling has experienced. Therefore, it is important that parents of school-age children understand the current process, known as Restored Order.