Our March for Life group arrived safely in Washington, D.C. This morning they are attending Mass with 20,000 Catholic youth before heading to the march. The weather is predicted to be in the 50's. Not too bad for this time of year. Please keep everyone in your prayers as they march for the rights of the unborn.
A new kind of women’s group is starting that aims to encourage the women of our parish from all seasons of life to connect over the pursuit of truth, goodness and beauty. These pursuits help to point us to the ultimate Truth - God Himself! Feeding our minds and souls by combining spiritual and cultural pursuits allows us to serve those we encounter more fully. Activities and discussion topics may include, but are not limited to: listening to and discussing a podcast, art study, book discussion, poetry reading, self care. Potential quarterly field trips to museums, concerts, stage performances, local wineries, gardens, outdoor hikes and more are also possibilities!
We will meet at St. Mary’s on the third Saturday of the month beginning January 19, 2019, with occasional outings in between as desired. Make it your resolution to take some time to feed your soul in the new year.
More details to come - keep your eyes on the bulletin for further information. Please contact Lu Harvey at email@example.com, 616-843-5879 with any questions.
“Thank you, every woman, for the simple fact of being a woman! Through the insight which is so much a part of your womanhood you enrich the world’s understanding and help to make human relations more honest and authentic.”
Pope John Paul II, Letter to Women
Join Tri-Cities Right to Life for the ninth annual Memorial for the Unborn on Saturday, January 26, at 10:00 AM, to commemorate the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
10:00AM Assemble at First Reformed Church, 301 Washington, Grand Haven.
Walk to St. Patrick’s Church, 920 Fulton
10:30AM Memorial Service at St. Patrick’s Church
Those unable to walk are invited to come directly to the service.
11:00AM Return to First Reformed for warm-up & refreshments
Come to this beautiful service to honor the memory of the 594 unborn children in Ottawa and Muskegon counties who lost their lives to abortion last year, and to pray for mercy and healing for their families.
Knights of Columbus Pancake Breakfast for the benefit of St. Mary’s athletic program Sunday, January 27. Join us after the Masses for a delicious breakfast of pancakes, sausage, coffee & juice. Knights of Columbus Pancake Breakfast
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