Ministry Schedule

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Thursday, April 24th

Divine Mercy Novena • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Knights of Columbus ofc mtg • 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Friday, April 25th

Divine Mercy Novena • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Challenge Club • 3:30pm - 5:15pm
Saturday, April 26th

Stubbs/Pfeifer Wedding • 2:00pm
Divine Mercy Novena • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Sunday, April 27th

Baptism Class • 9:45am
PSR • 9:45am
Divine Mercy Novena • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Monday, April 28th

RCIA • 7:00pm
Confirmation 2014

Thirty-five high school sophomores were confirmed by Rev. Msgr. Robert Hemberger on Tuesday, April 22.

 

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Last update : 04/24/2014

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Rosary for Religious Freedom

Join the Respect Life and Social Justice office for the monthly Religious Freedom Prayerful Protest this coming Friday, April 25, at Noon, in front of the courthouse at 3rd and Market. It usually lasts less than 30 minutes. We will continue this fourth Friday prayerful protest until our freedoms are protected.

Last update : 04/23/2014

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Welcome to our new Catholics

We congratulate these three adults who were welcomed into the Catholic Faith this past Holy Saturday. Left to Right: Daniel Pendergrass, Kason Lauber, and Kenneth Witzell, Jr. 

 

To see more photos from Holy Week (Palm Sunday through Holy Saturday) click on the above photo.

Last update : 04/24/2014

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The development of "Chris"

Traditionally, we believe Christ was conceived on March 25, the Feast of the Annunciation. We will watch the parallel development of “Chris” in the womb from March 25 to December 25.

(Week 4) Chris’ heart is now pumping blood.  All four chambers of the heart are working.  The umbilical cord forms like a lifeline for the baby in the “space” of the womb.  The lungs start to appear along with the brain. Arm and leg buds start to appear.  Soon Chris will be doing somersaults and back flips in the spacious world of the womb.

Mother also is undergoing some major changes.  She is probably tired and may experience morning sickness as her body adjusts to a baby.

“It was you who created my inmost self, and put me together in my mother’s womb, for all these mysteries I thank you.” PS 139:13  He is Risen!

(Week 3) Chris’ heart started beating 18 days after conception.  Chris may have a different blood type than the mother’s.  Chris’ neural tubes are forming and will develop into the nervous system.  Already, Chris has the foundation for thought, senses, feeling, and more.  The amniotic sac, which will house Chris, is formed and the amniotic fluid will cushion Chris throughout pregnancy.  Chris now has a yolk sac which supplies blood and nutrients until the placenta has developed and is ready to take over.

“Your own hands shaped me, modeled me.”  Job 10:8

Last update : 04/20/2014

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Human fulfillment?

Here is an interesting article that explains why sterilization of humans is immoral.

 

Last update : 03/24/2014

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