We minister to the Heart of Jesus through praise, thanksgiving, and prayer, then listen to Him speak to our hearts through Holy Scripture. Our desire is to encourage women to use their giftedness to serve Christ and His church. Meetings begin with gathering songs, a surrender and commitment prayer, and thanksgiving and praise for blessings received. These are followed by praise songs, prayer for each other, quiet reflection, and prayers of petition. They conclude with scripture reflection, discussion, and a final blessing.
The purpose of the Legion of Mary is the glory of God and the holiness of its members, developed by prayer and active cooperation in Mary’s and the church’s work. Their spirituality is based on St. Louis-Marie de Montfort’s true devotion to Mary. The Legion sees as its priority the spiritual and social welfare of each individual and is dedicated to bringing themselves and others closer to God through prayer and action. Legionnaires perform a variety of duties, such as visiting the sick and shut-ins, making condolence calls, teaching religious education, and helping lax Catholics return to their faith. All this is done with a spiritual orientation. Auxiliary members are the praying wing of the Legion of Mary. They recite the Legion prayer and rosary daily. Active members meet weekly for 90 minutes on Friday mornings following the 8:30 a.m. Mass and all matters discussed are confidential.
Moms of Faith Group meets to offer spiritual enrichment to mothers. Each week spiritual topics are investigated through speakers and discussion to fill the spiritual cup of moms in the parish. Meetings take place each Thursday from 9:30-10:45 in the Community Room. Childcare is provided. For more information consult the bulletin for topics.
Thursdays9:30-10:45 amSept. through April
Take time for prayer and praise, thanking God, petitioning, and sharing with men of faith! The group gathers weekly for 45 minutes to an hour to read and discuss the coming Sunday’s epistle, responsorial, and Gospel.
In the predawn time, we pray the Divine Office (Liturgy of the Hours) each morning, the same prayer which is prayed daily by priests, deacons, and many lay people. In our prayer each morning, we join Catholics throughout the world and with those in our past and those in Heaven. We also lift up the intentions of our parish community as we pray. We instruct new members on the prayers. Attendance is open to all.
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