Rising with Christ: The Plan for Restoring Parish Life
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Saints07-12-2020Jen Arnold, M.A. in Theology and Catechetics
One of the things that stands out to non-Catholics about the Catholic Church is her veneration of saints, though this practice is often misunderstood. So, what does the Church teach us about saints and how they are there to help us?
First, we must differentiate between saints in general and those who are canonized. When we pray the Apostles’ Creed, we say that we believe in the “communion of saints.” We understand the communion of saints to be all members of the faithful, whether living or dead. This includes, of course, those in heaven, but also those in purgatory who are undergoing their purification process and on their way to heaven. We are all part of the communion of saints because we are all members of the mystical body of Christ and are, in fact, a communion under Him.READ MORE
The Adoration Chapel will be opened with limited hours from 9:00am to 8:00pm, Mon through Thur. There are 8 chairs in the chapel, spaced 6-feet apart – please DO NOT move the chairs. There are no kneelers.
Jul 26, 2020: 7:30am - 12:30pm
Join us for a Blood Drive on Sun, Jul 26 in rooms 5 & 6. Donors will receive a free assay to detect the presence of Covid-19 antibody in their blood, along with a chance to win a Volkswagen Tiguan.