On Peace, Fr. Liebermann

Thank you to Mr. Paul Bevins, his adult volunteers and teens who made the most of their Summer Work Camp at Holy Trinity!  If you happen to notice the stained picnic tables, pergola and painted curbs, our teens did it.  They also collected food for the poor from our neighbors.

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Summer Series with Our Priests continues…

On Wednesday, July 21, 7-9pm, Our Lady’s Hall, Fr. Peter Fegan, O.P. will be speaking on Angels and Demons

“For we are not contending against flesh and blood, but against the principalities, against the powers, against the world rulers of this present darkness, against the spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places” (Ephesians 6:12)

Formidable and fierce warriors surround us whether we are aware of them or not.  Who are these beings and what is their purpose? Do they affect our daily life, and if so, how?

Upcoming talks in the series:

Spiritual Warfare, Fr. Carr

Recommended Resources for Spiritual Warfare:
Manual for Spiritual Warfare, Paul Thigpen
The Deceiver, Fr. Lizio Fanzaga
– Searching for and Maintainging Peace, Fr. Jacques Philippe
The Spiritual Life, Fr. Tanquerey
Talking Back, Evarius of Pontus
Slaying Dragons, Charles D. Fraune
Deliverance Prayers: For Use by Laity

Don’t miss our Summer Series every Wednesday at 7pm! Our next presentation will be Angels and Demons, with Fr. Peter Fegan, O.P.

Critical Race Theory Explained….

In light of Independence Day, I thought it appropriate to discuss a popular and anti-independence theory being used in much of our culture: Critical Race Theory.  The author of the following points is Deacon Gerard Marie Anthony, DRE at St. Timothy Parish in Chantilly.  He is African-American.

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Critical Race Theory

On May 28, 2021 our ‘good Catholic’ president Biden released his Budget proposal for 2022.  It includes a measure, which is unprecedented, to abolish the Hyde Amendment.  The Hyde Amendment, voted as an amendment in 1976, restricts taxpayer dollars from being used for abortion – except rape, incest and life of the mother (not ideal, but trying to save as many babies as possible was Henry Hyde’s thought).  This budget promotes and makes possible more abortions.

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