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Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletters
Becky Ready

Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletter

6/25/2021

 
CATHOLIC FAITH AT HOME RESOURCES
FOR ST. THOMAS MORE PARISHIONERS
JUNE 27
 
SACRED HEART OF JESUS
 
This month is devoted to the
Sacred Heart of Jesus!
 
As we enter the final weekend in June,
we offer special traditional prayers
prayed by Catholics for decades!
 
What is the history behind this devotion?
 
Jesus presented the Sacred Heart devotion to
St. Margaret Mary Alacoque
during four visions in 1673-1675.
 
St. Margaret Mary recalls:
 
My Divine Master revealed to me that it was
His ardent desire
to be known, loved and honored by men, and
His eager desire
to draw them back from the road to perdition,
along which satan is driving them in countless numbers,
 
that induced Him
to manifest His Heart to men
with all the treasures of
love, mercy, grace, sanctification and salvation
that It contains.”
 
To help you answer Christ’s call to you
for devotion to His Sacred Heart, and to
combat the darkness,
contorted truths, and suffering
satan is injecting into our culture,
click the link below for
7 powerful & important prayers.
 
 
 
NEWLY ORDAINED PRIESTS IN OUR ARCHDIOCESE!!
 
7 men from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati were ordained to the priesthood
at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral Basilica.
 
Fathers
Aaron Hess
Edward Hoffmann
Louis Jacquemin
Michael Kapolka
Anthony Marcelli
Scott Morgan
and
Elijah Puthoff
 
Click the link below for a glimpse
of the beauty, joy, commitment, and power
of ordination celebrations:
 
 
 
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE
A DISCIPLE OF JESUS?
 
Every day, Catholics look to bring people to Christ.
 
They long to invite others into the incredible gift of a
relationship with the God
who has changed their own lives.
 
They want to make disciples.
 
But what does that look like?
What are we inviting people into?
What does it involve?
 
4 Basics!
 
If you're willing to meet the challenge,
hear Fr. Mike out and try them.
They're simple tips,
but they're not that easy.
 
Click the link below to discover these:
 
 
PARISHIONERS NEEDED!!
FOR EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
 
Nothing we do is more intimate or more adoring
than receiving the Eucharist,
the very Body and Blood of Christ, in holy Communion.
 
We experience and unite ourselves to Jesus.
Holy Mother Church has long affirmed devotions that extend this miraculous event beyond the confines of the Mass.
 
One such common devotion is Eucharistic Adoration.
 
During Eucharistic Adoration,
the faithful pray to Jesus, Who is present in the Eucharist.
He is not a symbol or Bread -
We receive and adore, the actual and Real Presence of Christ!
 
True, we pray to God anywhere and He is always with us,
but it is especially powerful to adore Jesus in the Eucharist.
 
In His presence in the Eucharist,
we pray to His power and sacrifice
given to His beloved creatures, us, so that we may live.
 
Displayed on the altar in a beautiful monstrance,
Jesus' Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus,
that is really, truly, and substantially present in the Eucharist.
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We need you and others to
be Eucharistic Adoration adorers
and sign up for a time on Fridays between 9 and 3.
 
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The sign up chart is in the church' s vestibule.
Please help us keep alive extremely valuable ministry!
 
Click the link below to read about the history of Eucharistic Adoration:
 
Click the link below for aids to help you pray during Eucharistic Adoration:
 
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