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Via Lucis (Stations of the Resurrection)

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One of the benefits of the "stay at home order" during this pandemic, is that it allows me to keep in touch & remember those close to me via phone and social media but as well "web surf" for any topic  such as: crafty ideas, good reads, prayer practices, etc. Yes, I know. I'm dating myself by using the term "web surf." It's still think it's a cool term! LOL.  Here are some thoughts that came to mind while web surfing...The 40 days of Lent is a period of spiritual growth & remembering that Christ died on the cross for our sins. The 50 days of Easter is also a period of spiritual growth through our actions of spreading with joy the Good News! Christ has Risen! But during the Coronavirus pandemic a question remains; “How?” How do I spread the Good News for my love of God and for my love of others. ShareShare what you Love, to whom you Love, for the sake of your Love of Christ! Share something new that you have just learned; via phone, soc…

Divine Mercy Sunday Mass: Easter Week 2

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Holy Saturday Easter Vigil

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Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord's Supper

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SMA Via Crucis~2019

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I'm hoping that all is well with you! Please stay safe. We will be in touch soon!



Ecumenical Recitation of the Lord’s Prayer

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What to expect on Confirmation day? Session 23

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What to expect on Confirmation day?  Happy Feast of the Annunciation! Today we celebrate the memory of the Archangel Gabriel appearing to Mary and announced that she was chosen to be the Mother of our Lord. Her Yes or to put it more exactly, “Let it be done according to your word” is an example of our response to God when we celebrate the Sacraments, especially Baptism, Confirmation and the Eucharist.
Continuing the discussion on Catholic Practices & the How To’s, in this session we will discuss the topic of what to expect on Confirmation Day.
If you are in First Communion program and received your Confirmation as a baby, these steps will give you some idea of how the rite was celebrated when you were a child. Yes, and as I’ve explained before, in the past baptism and confirmation were celebrated together. This for most this is no longer the practice today. Apart from the RCIA program, you will receive all three sacraments at the Easter Vigil on Holy Saturday. I will explain som…