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Catholic Faith At-home Resources

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

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. 
 

Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletter

Becky Ready - Sunday, March 14, 2021

CATHOLIC FAITH AT HOME RESOURCES

MARCH 14

 

Taking Christ for Granted

 

It was around this time last year that Covid-19 began depriving us of Mass,

something we once took for granted.

 

Our omnipotent God doesn't "owe" us His Eucharistic presence

yet He lives with us in the "disguise" of bread and wine...

because He loves us.

 

We face historic challenges today.

Now is not the time to be indifferent to our faith.

Our youth, with millions of others, are crying out for meaning in their lives.

 

Our Catholic Catechism Paragraph 2093 states:

"Faith in God's love encompasses the call and the obligation

to respond with sincere love to divine charity.

The first commandment enjoins us to love God above

everything and all creatures for Him and because of Him."

 

Ask ourselves:

Have we fallen victim to indifference?

Do we immerse ourselves daily in contemplating God's love?

Are we compelled to praise and worship God in thanksgiving

for His love, His blessings and His supernatural gifts?

 

Praying to God in Eucharistic Adoration reaps rich rewards!.

In person, when possible,

but online brings God's grateful blessings as well.

 

Without His LOVE, we cease to exist and every blessing in our life is gone.

Doesn't that deserve more than an hour each week?

 

Try spending some time alone at home with Him.

Perhaps an adoration site somewhere around the world will help

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Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletter

Becky Ready - Friday, March 5, 2021

NOVENA TO ST. JOSEPH

STARTING MARCH 10

 

This is the Year of St. Joseph!

as declared by Pope Francis

 

St. Joseph humbly accepted his role as guardian,

husband and father in the Holy Family.

 

That's why his intercession has been sought for centuries -

He was very close to our Lord and his prayers are powerful!

 

Click the link below to join in praying this Novena:

NOVENA TO ST. JOSEPH

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