Calendar of Events
November 14, 2013
Sound of Music the musical presented by Notre Dame Prep Players
November 14, 15, and 16, 2013 at 7pm
November 17 at 4 pm
Tickets may be purchased at the door
A powerful movie of Mary of Nazareth, through the eyes of the blessed Mother.
A beautiful powerful movie through the eyes of our Blessed Mother. Make it a family/friends movie night
Our 4-day festival offers fun rides, great food and entertainment for the entire family. Hours are Thurs. 6-10PM, Fri. 6PM-1AM, Sat. 12PM-12AM, and Sun. 2-10PM.
Msgr John Zenz and Michelle Schmidt from the Mother of Unborn Children Crisis Pregnancy Center are going to be giving a presentation on the dignity of human life.
Have you ever seriously considered what Jesus was like as a child? There is only one Gospel story about the boy Messiah. Twelve verses (Luke 2:41-52) describe a provocative event in the life of 12-year-old Jesus. He travels by caravan from Nazareth to celebrate Passover at the magnificent Temple in Jerusalem. When it’s time to leave, Jesus inexplicably remains behind. Mary and Joseph journey a full day before discovering he isn’t with their caravan. Panicked, they begin searching. After three days, they find their son in the Temple, his “Father’s house,” sharing his astonishing wisdom.
But why did young Jesus stay behind in one of the world’s busiest centers of trade and political turmoil? Who did he meet? Where did he sleep? Was he ever in jeopardy?
“Three Days: The Search for the Boy Messiah” is a new Biblical novel from Emmy-award-winning writer, producer-director Chris Stepien. Discover the spiritual journey that led Stepien to pen this epic adventure about 12-year-old Jesus.
With more than 300 Bible verses woven into the dialogue, this novel grips your imagination and soul. Experience the drama of the ancient Hebrew Temple traditions, through the lens of rich Biblical history. You’ll also find romance, addiction, crime, and punishment in “Three Days.”
Join the author for a walk with Jesus – and get to know the boy Messiah as never before. It’s a story for the child in all of us.
“… Become like children …” (Matthew 18:3)