Calendar of Events
April 26, 2014
Helpers of God’s Precious Infants of Michigan invites all supporters to come and pray for God’s Mercy for one hour on Saturday, April 26th, from 9:30 am – 10:30 am. Meet on the grassy median in front the Eastpointe abortion mill at the corner of E. 8 Mile Rd and Universal Street. We also will make a short two block walk to pray in front of the the Detroit abortion mill which is right across the street from the first mill. Bring your families and friends, and only your rosary and a loving heart as we pray for and for our brothers and sisters in Christ, born and unborn, who are so greatly in need of the Mercy of God.
Please note: This is not a picket or a demonstration. It is simply a peaceful, prayerful, loving hour of prayer and witness of the Gospel of Life and the Mercy of God.
Join us for the 8th Annual St. Agnes Knights of Columbus Golf Outing on Saturday, April 26th. Take advantage of this opportunity to play and dine at one of Naples finest clubs. Join your fellow parishioners and friends of St. Agnes to raise money for the St. Agnes CFA and St. Agnes K of C! Put a foursome together or we will pair you up if you are a twosome or a single. 1:00pm Shot-Gun start. This is a Golf Scramble and includes lots of prizes and a dinner buffet. Dinner only is $40.00. Contact Al Striebel with questions at 239-300-6360, 603-897-9019 or AStriebel@yahoo.com
THEME: Evangelization & the DIVINE MERCY NOVENA
Many think that evangelization means just converting people, but it’s more than that. We must first fall in love with God. Then we need to reach out to all our brothers & sisters in different avenues of life. During the novena, the homilies will focus on evangelization in the context of the group of souls for which we pray each day (mankind, priests, devout souls, etc.)
Hear inspiring homilies by: Fr. Dan Zaleski, Fr. John Hedges, Fr. Ben Luedtke & Deacon Henry Kibit
Confessions April 18-April 25: After all Devotions Divine Mercy Chaplet: Every Day of Novena
April 18 Good Friday 7 PM Novena & Homily: All mankind, especially all sinners
April 19 Holy Saturday 3 PM Novena & Homily: Priests & Religious
April 20 Easter Sunday 11 AM MASS with Homily: Devout & faithful souls ( Novena after Mass)
April 21-25 Mon.-Fri.: 7 PM Mass, Homily, Novena
April 21 Monday Homily: Those who do not believe in God or do not know Him
April 22 Tuesday Homily: Those who have separated themselves from the Church
April 23 Wednesday Homily: Meek & humble souls and the souls of little children
April 24 Thursday Homily: Souls who especially venerate and glorify God’s mercy
April 25 Friday Homily: Souls detained in purgatory
April 26 Saturday 9 AM Mass, Homily, Novena. Confessions: 3-4 PM.
Saturday Homily: Lukewarm souls
APRIL 27 DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY
1:30-3:00 PM: Confessions; 1:45 PM : Holy Hour;
3:00 PM: Mass , Mercy Chaplet, & Litany
Homilist: Fr. Ben Luedtke
All welcome to Pot Luck Celebration at Conclusion
To Donate Food, call 313-274-1674
AGENT ORANGE LEGACY TOWN HALL
Agent Orange Exposure results in consequential diseases to Vietnam Vets
Chapter 528 is sponsoring an Agent Orange Town Hall on Saturday, April 26, 2014, at Northville High School. The objective is to inform and register veterans, their families and community, that have been affected by Agent Orange and other dioxins used during the Vietnam War up to the present.
The effects of these dioxins are carried in the DNA of the affected person for up to seven generations. It is important that this information be made available to all concerned, including the general public and medical profession. The National Academy of Sciences and Veterans Administration has connected Agent Orange and other dioxin exposure during this period, to include 12 diseases, 38 cancers, and 20 birth defects. Our veterans will not be around to make future generations aware of the possible debilitating health problems passed on to their heirs. This Town Hall will be a stepping stone.
Through education people will be able to use the resources available to obtain help for themselves, their family and also how to contact their legislators about these poisons that are affecting their everyone’s wellbeing.
Spend a day reflecting on the life, calling, and destiny of the human person. Join us on the eve of Divine Mercy Sunday and the canonization of Blessed John Paul II.
To register, visit: www.dioceseoflansing.org/vocations
For more information, contact Dawn Hausmann at: 517-342-2506 or firstname.lastname@example.org
High School Graduates, Seniors, Juniors and Parents are invited.
Hear AMU President Jim Towey speak regarding the hallmarks of education at Ave Maria University:
Excellence, Affordability, Catholic Values.
Meet members of our distinguished faculty and ask questions about our highly regarded core curriculum, 23 majors, plus pre-med and pre-law programs.
Enjoy a guided tour of beautiful Ave Maria Campus, facilities, dorms and classrooms.
Talk to financial aid staff who can discuss scholarship opportunities.
Consult counselors who can explain admission procedures and standards.
Register online at: www.avemaria.edu/AdmissionsAid/OpenHouse.
Or register by calling: (239) 280-2556.
Arrive early and join us for a complimentary brunch, between 10:45 a.m. and 11:45 a.m., at the Bob Thomas Student Union Building.
Come – and bring a friend!