Women's Tuesday Noon Lenten Series

Sin, Sacrifice, and Virtue
Don't just give up Chocolate, Let's Strive for Virtue!

Grow in holiness this Lent by focusing on paths to virtue.  Join us for this four-part series led by Mary Caprio, Pastoral Associate at St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church and adjunct faculty at the University of St. Thomas.

Tuesdays:  Feb. 20, Feb. 27, Mar. 6, and Mar. 20 

    11:45 am   Lunch provided
    12:10 pm  Opening prayer
    12:15 pm  Talk
    12:55 pm  Closing prayer

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2018 Men’s Lenten Study Forum

“I invite all Christians, to a renewed personal encounter with Jesus Christ... No one should think that this invitation is not meant for him or her, since 'no one is excluded from the joy brought by the Lord.'”  - Pope Francis

Strengthening the Foundations of Interior Life


Holy Cross Chapel and Catholic Resource Center will host a men's breakfast and study forum on "Strengthening the Foundations of Interior Life."

February 20:  Made in the Image of God - The relational, loving nature of God the Trinity and its implications for human dignity and behavior
February 27:  Charity - Self-sacrificing service for others
March  6:  Prayer & Suffering - Understanding and doing God's will
March 20:  Eucharist & Confession - Grace-filled, energizing sacraments
March 27 (Holy Week):  Meditation & Benediction - Invoking divine help, blessing, and guidance during Holy Week

Lenten Study Forum Schedule:
6:30 am Breakfast (coffee and tacos)
7:00 am Presentation
7:30 am Group discussions
7:45 am Confessions available

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Mass Intentions for Week of February 15 - 28

02/15   11:35 Joan Martel

            12:15 Special Intention

02/16   11:35 Rev. Bruce Noble +

            12:15 John and Irene D'Silva +

02/19   11:35 Presidents' Day Holiday

            12:15 Presidents' Day Holiday

02/20  11:35 Monica and Rick Thomas

            12:15 Aida Christiansen

02/21   11:35 Varkey Thomas +

            12:15 Special Intention

02/22  11:35 Laquita Walker +

            12:15 Angie Cocjin +

02/23   11:35 Penny Helms +

            12:15 Contributors and their families

02/26   11:35 Jose Pesudas, Sr. +

            12:15 Angeles Baylon Cocjin +

02/27   11:35 Tammy and Roland Gonzalez

            12:15 Sigrid Nowicki +

02/28   11:35 Eduardo Munoz, Sr. +

            12:15 Sharon K. Stiglich

Recommended Reading for The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

 Available in our Bookstore today!

The Secret of Mary

"The Secret of Mary" sets forth the very heart of True Devotion to Mary. In this small but powerful book, St. Louis de Montfort shows why this "secret", known by few is such an excellent yet easy means of union with God. Followed and recommended by Popes and Saints, this way of life is nevertheless perfect for lay people, as well as for priests and religious. It is primarily an interior practice to be carried out daily, from moment to moment-and if followed faithfully, it will certainly bring a person to profound holiness and great effectiveness as an apostle." Tan Publishers

The Secret of the Rosary

"Canon William says of De Montfort's book, The Secret of the Rosary, it goes far beyond mere research. We might say it contains everything that can be said about the Rosary-its content and form, its real worth, about the instruction necessary for its appreciation and use."

Book of Mary

This beautiful collection of prayers affirms that "as we honor the Mother, we also truly know the Son and give him love, glory, and obedience."


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Ministers Needed!

God does call each of us to some form of ministry, and God will give us all that we need to answer that call. All we need is a willing heart and a love of God.

♦ We are in need of many to assist with the distribution of Holy Communion during Mass.

♦ Those who are gifted to speak publicly should consider becoming lectors.

♦ Others should see themselves called to serve as Ushers.

Please consider how God is calling you to one of these liturgical ministries. Sign up forms are available at the Security Desk.