Book Study: 3-Fridays in Lent!
There will be a Book Study on "Rediscovering Catholicism", by Matthew Kelly led by Ivana T. Meshell on:
Friday, March 28 from 7pm to 8:30pm (effectively after Stations end at approx 7:20pm)
Friday, April 4 from 7pm to 8:30pm (effectively after Stations end at approx 7:20pm)
Friday, April11 from 7pm to 8:30pm (effectively after Stations end at approx 7:20pm)
Don't worry if you can't make every session! Come when you can; leave when you must!
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“Is prayer your steering wheel or your spare tire?”
Quote by Corrie Ten Boom
Dutch Christian who helped many Jews escape the Holocaust and was imprisoned for doing so. Steer with us…please pray five minutes this week for the people of our parish.
5 MINUTE PRAYER
What would happen if we all prayed for one another for five minutes each week?
Starting in October 2013, we are encouraging our parishioners to pray just 5 minutes each week for all the people of our parish. If 6000 people pray for 5 minutes, that's 30,000 minutes or 500 hours of prayer offered to our Eternal Father for one another. Imagine the kind of power that will come from this magnitude of prayer!
This week's 5 minute prayer: Let us pray for each other, and this week especially for those among us who are in the middle of making an important decision-maybe it's about a job or a relationship; whether to move or make a change in life. Whatever it may be, let us pray that all will seek God's guidance in all things. I am praying for you this week. Please pray for me!
...become a better version of yourself!
THE CHURCH ALIVE: The Role of the Laity
Fall 2013 Adult Faith Formation... check the left column on this page.
BASIC TEACHINGS of the CHURCH FOR ALL ADULTS
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No meeting on Halloween!
HOW TO PRAY FOR YOUR HUSBAND continues to meet with remarkable results! Married women of the parish are invited to gather and pray for our best friends, our husbands, and strengthen our marriages. This is not a “husband-bashing session” but an opportunity to appreciate our marriages and life our husbands up in prayer. Please email Ivana to have materials sent to you: AFF@st-mm.com
RCIA—HELP SOMEONE BECOME CATHOLIC RCIA is one of the best ways possible to learn to appreciate and love your own Catholic faith. We are creating a pool of sponsors to attend the upcoming welcoming session on January 16 and also people to help us with 17 children, ages 7-12 who are preparing to be baptized at the Easter Vigil, 2014. You’ll learn to love being a Catholic like never before. Contact Ivana if you’d like to participate. Our meetings are on Thursdays at 7:00 pm.
Contact us by phone or email: AFF@st-mm.com or 281-446-8211.
Adult Confirmation is already in progress. Contact the parish office if you want to discuss confirmation.
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Together with the Mass and the sacraments, it is the official, public prayer of the Church.
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Note: If you need childcare during any Adult Faith Formation activity, meeting or event, please contact the nursery staff in advance:
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