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Since the pandemic has created changes to our routine, events and social opportunities, we hope you will  keep connected with your faith from  the comforts of your home through inspiring Catholic resources offered to you in the links below. 

Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletters

Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletter

4/18/2021

Becky Ready - Friday, April 16, 2021

 

EASTER SEASON ON FORMED

The FORMED team introduces all 
of the upcoming shows 
and series on FORMED 
that will be airing throughout
the season of Easter. 

Click below to see the faith options for the Easter Season:
EASTER SEASON FAITH OPTIONS ON FORMED
 

Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletter

Becky Ready - Saturday, April 10, 2021

 

 

WHAT IS THE FEAST OF THE DIVINE MERCY? 
WHY IS THIS A SPECIAL FEAST DAY? 


To hold a great banquet for one's friends, one must first send invitations. 

The Diary of Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska 
 is filled with invitations from our Lord Jesus Christ 
to celebrate with Him 
the great Feast of the Divine Mercy. 

Why did Jesus ask for this Feast through St. Faustina? 

In the Diary's entry 965, Jesus said:

"Souls perish in spite of My bitter Passion. 
I am giving them the Feast of My mercy. 
If they will not adore My mercy, they will perish for all eternity. 
Secretary of My mercy, write, 
tell souls about this great mercy of Mine, 
because the awful day, the day of My justice is near." 

There are graces on Divine Mercy Sunday!
Jesus said (in Diary, 699):
"On that day the very depths of My tender mercy are open. 
I pour out a whole ocean of graces upon those souls who approach the fount of My mercy. 
The soul that will go to Confession (within 8 days) 
and receive Holy Communion 
shall obtain complete forgiveness of sins and punishment. 

On that day are open all the divine floodgates 
through which graces flow."

Celebrate with Deacon Bob at 11:15am on Sunday, April 11.

Click below for more information:
MORE ABOUT THE FEAST OF DIVINE MERCY
 

 

 

 

Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletter

Becky Ready - Friday, April 2, 2021

 

 

 

 

NEXT NOVENA STARTS APRIL 2

 

God's Mercy is central to our lives

and we must continually depend on it asking for it daily.

 

Saint John Paul II spoke about God's Divine Mercy often, and said:

 

"Those who sincerely say ‘Jesus, I trust in You’

will find comfort in all their anxieties and fears...

There is nothing more man needs than Divine Mercy –

that love which is benevolent,

which is compassionate,

which raises man above his weakness

to the infinite heights to the holiness of God."

 

 

Click below for the link to the novena:

DIVINE MERCY NOVENA STARTING

ON GOOD FRIDAY

Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletter

SuperUser Account - Friday, March 26, 2021

 

 

HOLY WEEK IS HERE!!

 

Holy Week is the week before Easter Sunday

Beginning 7 days before with Palm Sunday.

It ends with Holy Saturday.

Easter is not part of Holy Week, rather it begins

the Easter season of the Liturgical year.

 

Holy Week begins with Palm Sunday.

On this day, we celebrate Our Lord Jesus Christ's triumphant entry, into Jerusalem, riding a donkey.

On that day, the people laid palms on the ground before Him, this was done only for triumphant leaders. 

 

Holy Week's next big event at the parish is: Holy Thursday.

We recall when Jesus celebrated His last Passover feast with the disciples, called the Last Supper.

This is the night He was betrayed by Judas and arrested.

 

The next day is Good Friday, when

we commemorate the trial, punishment, and crucifixion of Our Lord.

 

On Holy Saturday,

we remember that Jesus descended to the place of the dead

and preached the Gospel to those who died before

and opened the way to heaven for all those who were worthy.

 

We also celebrate the first Mass of Easter the...

Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletter

SuperUser Account - Sunday, March 21, 2021

 

EXPLORE SCRIPTURE'S MOST FASCINATING PASSAGES 
ON ANGELS

The Bible is filled with passages about angels 
sent to fulfill God’s will. 

Angels speak for God, direct the course of nations, 
and protect God’s people. 
They worship God and deliver God’s judgment.

 In Angels in the Bible, Fr. George Smiga 
examines the Bible’s most fascinating passages 
about angels,
exploring their ministry on God’s behalf - and ours! -
and drawing insights for our own spiritual lives.

Because angels mediate God’s presence and action,
studying angels is studying God!

Click here to view a sample of the book: Angels in the Bible
SAMPLE OF ANGELS IN THE BIBLE

It includes commentary, study, reflection questions, prayers, 
online video lectures, and 6 lessons. 
Use as much or as little of the resources 
as you find beneficial for you. 
 

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