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The Next Chapter in the Story of My Life: A Vocational Exploration Retreat

As the Author of life, God is lovingly weaving our story together. Though we don't know what lies ahead and can't peek at the back of the book, we are called to trust in His work. As we begin discerning the next chapter of our story, are we prepared for what God has in store for us? Are we willing to turn the page and discover our calling? Can we rely on God as He continues writing our story? Join us for this one-day retreat consisting of prayer, activity, and reflection to uncover what God has been writing in your life story.

This Vocational Exploration Retreat will be held on Saturday, March 7th from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Family Event: Celebrating Mardi Gras Around the World

Family Event: Celebrating Mardi Gras Around the World

Did you know that Mardi Gras is celebrated in many different ways around the world? For example, some people in the UK eat pancakes while others in France wear giant masks. Some people in Belgium wear costumes while others in New Orleans throw beads at one another in parades. Come join us as we “travel around the world” and celebrate Mardi Gras before entering the season of Lent! There will be presentations, snacks, activities, and prizes for the whole family to enjoy!

This event will be held on Monday, February 16th from 6:30-9:00 p.m.

Intentions in Bethlehem 2014 – Christmas Appeal Letter

Dear Missionary Friend,

“Christmas Day, the birthday of our Blessed Savior! Christmas! Never was there such a word! The mystery of the Incarnation gave us this word. No word can so gather and fix the thought of multitudes and generations as the word Christmas. No word is so personal to us,” wrote our Missionary founder, Father Thomas Judge, C.M.

“For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life.” (John 3:15-17)

God so loved us that He gave His only Son for us. How often have we heard those words repeated? Every time we participated in the Holy Mass, we are reminded of this most tremendous gift – indeed, the greatest gift of all – bestowed on us by our heavenly Father, - that of the gift of His Son – and through Him, the gift of eternal life.

All Souls Appeal Letter Intentions 2014

Dear Friend,

May the Grace and Peace of the Holy Spirit be with us forever!

All Souls' Day Remembrances of those who we have known who are no longer with us.  These include loved ones, such as spouses, parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, cousins and close friends and which have touched our lives deeply and significantly.  They also include special acquaintances such as neighbors, teachers, and members of the clergy as well as anyone who had contributed to our social, physical, intellectual and spiritual growth.  We think about all those special moments we shared with them.  We remember simple loving snapshots of events and cherished memories more poignantly on this All Souls’ Day. 

I am certain that most of us remember those who have passed away are in our thoughts and prayers every day. 

Holy Week in Tecamac, Mexico

Sr. Olivia and Sr. Mary Kay brought several young women for a mission experience at our ST brothers' mission in Tecamac where Fr. Francisco Nuñez is pastor. This video will speak better than words of the work and the spirit they shared for this special Holy Week mission.
Link to video

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