Calendar of Events
April 21, 2013
This updated multimedia production of MAXIMILIAN: SAINT OF AUSCHWITZ features an enhanced orchestral score, and a dynamic new set incorporating powerful video images that will rivet audiences, young and old, to the enthralling drama of a modern man who stood up to the forces of evil. See the trailer at www.StMaxDrama.com.
April’s Speaker and Topic: Al Kresta-“Build the Church – Bless the Nation”
TRC is for people of all faiths and all ages! Bring your kids! We simultaneously offer “TRC Kids” with age appropriate activities for kids 3 and up. Come to TRC and help your whole family grow in the richness of the Catholic Faith.
On the 3rd Sunday of every month, we meet from 4-7pm for a “mini-conference” that we call TRC. TRC stands for Totally Roman Catholic, but is open to people of all, or no, faith(s). In fact, we encourage non-Catholics to join us and learn about the beauty of what the Catholic Church truly teaches; so please invite them to join. Our Tagline is “Praise, Learn, Adore, Become… Totally Roman Catholic.” TRC aims to help transform our community in line with the mission of the New Evangelization. We do this by providing Praise and Worship music, a variety of speakers and topics, Benediction/Adoration, and all of this is followed by food and fellowship afterward. There is no cost, but we do hope that you can make a free-will donation so that we can continue to provide food and quality speakers along with covering minimal operations costs. Please spread the word and invite all your friends for an event that is sure to educate and invigorate your faith
life. All Glory to God!
TRC is at St. Albert the Great parish, 4855 Parker Street, Dearborn Heights, Michigan.
Lansing Diocese Cursillio Grand Ultreya begins with Mass at 11:30 am. A Pot-Luck dinner will follow. Main dish and beverages, dinner rolls and paper products provided. Please bring a salad/ vegetable or dessert to share. We will have group reunions following. Plan to join us with new and old friends. New Cursillistas from our last weekend, family members and any Cursillistas and family/friends from any weekend or inquirers who would like to join us are welcome!
The Parable Project tells the stories Jesus told, to bring home the messages of the gospel. The Parable Project uses drama, humor, and audience participation to bring nine parables to life; including The Good Samaritan and The Parable of the Seed. In The Lost Sheep, the audience actually plays the 99 sheep, baaaing on cue! Audiences watch, participate, and experience these stories in a creative and fun way. Jesus knew the power of a good story and his parables teach us lessons that help us love like him. The Parable Project is a drama ministry that helps their audiences identify with the resounding lessons of goodness and in a way that will stick to their hearts. Perfect for all ages!