Calendar of Events
March 16, 2014
ST. JOSEPH March 16 6:30-8:00p Mother Cabrini Room Cabrini Men’s Group Presents: LENTEN DISCOVERY OF A MAN CHOSEN TO BE FATHER
Join Deacon Luis, and other men, on a discovery with the man chosen to be the earthly father to the Son of God, and the husband of the Immaculate Conception.
6:30 – 7:00 Light Meal and Fellowship
7:00 – 8:00 Presentation by Deacon Luis
RSVP Mark Latkovic: [email protected]
All Men are Welcome!
What is Taizé prayer? Taizé prayer is a quiet simple way of prayer designed for people of all Christian traditions. These meditative candlelit services include simple chants sung repeatedly; rich silence; and prayers of praise and intercession.
History of Taizé: These prayer services emerge from an ecumenical community of monks in Taizé, France. Brother Roger, Taize’s founder, arrived in the village of Taizé, France in 1940. In the midst of World War II, he dreamed of creating a community where reconciliation was a daily reality. He began by giving shelter to refugees of the war, especially Jews. Brother Roger recognized that the search for reconciliation was within each individual as well as within the community. Initially, the Taizé founder lived alone, until brothers from various Protestant and Catholic backgrounds followed. Today, as an ecumenical monastic community, Taizé is a sign of reconciliation. People from around the world, especially young people, come to Taizé looking for meaning in their lives as they prepare for responsibilities in their own communities.
Brother Roger writes in Songs and Prayers from Taizé:
“In a technological society, there is a clear separation between prayer and work. When inner life and human solidarity appear to be in competition with one another, as if people had to choose between them, that opposition tears apart the very depths of the soul. Prayer is a serene force at work within human beings, stirring transforming, never allowing them to close their eyes in the face of evil. From it we draw the energy to wage other struggles.”
During this Lenten season, be renewed by God through prayer, silence and searching. Taize prayer is a wonderful way to become more peaceful and centered amidst a busy life.
160 panels showing pictures and documentation of Eucharistic Miracles over the last 1500 years from Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas. These private revelations can help increase our faith in the Real Presence of Jesus: body and blood, soul and divinity in the Eucharist.
At Our Lady of the Scapular, 2609 Tenth St., Wyandotte
Friday, March 14 (3:00 to 8:00 pm)
Saturday, March 15 (8:30 am to 4:30 pm)
Sunday, March 16 (9:00 am to 5:00 pm)
Monday, March 17 (11:00 am to 4:00 pm)
At Our Lady of the Scapular in Wyandotte, God’s Plan for Growing Up is a program for parents with their adolescent children and shares the beauty of maturing physically, emotionally and spiritually incorporating Bl. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body. It is presented by users of Natural Family Planning and emphasizes respect, understanding and appreciation for God’s gifts.
Do you have a daughter who is 10 to 12 years old? Help her learn about God’s wonderful plan for growing up and becoming a woman on Sunday March 16th from 2-5pm, at Nouvel Catholic Central High School in Saginaw. In a fun environment, we talk about the physical and emotional changes that occur during early adolescence, and help parents and their children communicate better about sexuality, fertility, dating, morality, love and marriage. Fertility is explained with humor and lots of love so the girls can know how special it is to be a woman and possibly a mother some day after marriage. A light luncheon is followed by the question and answer time which is always informative. The cost is $20.00 per family. Families may call or email Julia Hoving at [email protected] or (989) 272-6981 for more information.
The concert benefits Compassion International and Soaring Unlimited
Groundbreaking Documentary DVD Series!
Witness a vision of the Catholic
Faith never before seen
Hosted by Fr. Robert Barron
An Outstanding Spiritual Teacher
–Journey to 50 locations in 16 countries and see
the Catholic Church’s influence on humanity.
–See the artistic and architectural splendor
of the Catholic faith.
–Hear what the Church believes and why.
–Definitely NOT a dull lecture series!
When: On Sundays. Starts January 19, 2014
Time: After 11 am Mass: approx. 12:20 pm
DVD: about 1 hour, optional Q & A to follow
Light refreshments available. Cost: Free
Children are welcome!
Where: St. Albert the Great Social Hall,
Adjacent to the Church
Ten Magnificent DVD Episodes in all!