“…. Moms and dads, don’t forget your prayers are the most powerful for your children … you may not always see those prayers active, but they are …”
“..We must make it our business to pray for the full flourishing of the Kingdom of God every day, and dispose ourselves, as Catholics, through the sacraments, to be able to give to others what has been given to us ….”
“…Always be courageous … willingly defend our Faith and our children against the demonic … ideology …”
The Ultimate Frisbee Club will begin this week, and it’s first session will run for about 8 weeks this summer! Come out Friday evening, June 11, from 7:00- 8:30 pm, and meet in the back parking lot of the church, close to Limestone Drive. Don’t be too late; the group will gather there, and then walk over … Continue reading “Young Adult Summer Ultimate!”
The Theme is “Bible Story Adventures: The Blessings of Obedience!” and it will focus on the Old Testament. We welcome rising Kindergarteners to rising 6th graders! If you have a 3 or 4 year old child and would like to be a part of VBS, consider joining us for the closing assembly every day of VBS. Parents are … Continue reading “Vacation Bible School”
Thank you for registering for VBS 2021! To complete your registration and make payment, please click the link below:
Thank you to everyone who was able to participate in our outdoor Corpus Christi/Eucharistic Procession last Sunday! It was a joy to see many of our First Holy Communicants with some of our recent Confirmandi participate at the front of the procession. It was good for us to publicly process and profess our faith in … Continue reading “Corpus Christi”
“…When you receive Holy Communion, then He is in you … and in this context, you can see how we also share in the Passion of Jesus, how we have a share in His Cross …”
“…. How do I show my love for Our Lord in the Eucharist? I spent time with Him, love is spelled T I M E … time here (tabernacle) He is waiting for you and me …”
“…Bad and good the feast are sharing,
O what divers dooms preparing,
Endless death or endless life.
Life to these, to those damnation …”
Statement of the Bishops of the Province of Baltimore and the Archdiocese of Washington Lifting the General Dispensation from the Obligation to Attend Mass
Years ago Bishop Fulton J. Sheen wrote a book entitled, The Priest Is Not His Own.
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