July 18th & 19th Info

Dear Church Family,

In this e-mail you will find

  • Celebrations for July 18th & 19th

  • Mark Your Calendar

  • Moment of Inspiration

  • In Memoriam

 

Celebrations for July 18th & 19th

Your key links for this weekend

  • Mass for the Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time will be LiveStreamed on Saturday at 4:30 pm on our YouTube Channel (click here). It will be available as a recording after the Saturday Mass. Our live streamed Masses are the 4:30pm Saturday, 9:30am Sunday (with American Sign Language - ASL); 5:30pm Sunday (Contemporary)
  • Worship Aide for all Masses this weekend. If you are joining us at home, you can sing along. If you are joining us in person at the Church, you can use this link or use the screens! We also have our Worship Aides connected in our My Parish App
  • Sunday Bulletin and Father Eamon's Column 
  • Children's Bulletins July
The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available after morning Masses, on Wednesday evenings at 5:00 pm and Saturday at 3:15 pm.

* Remember.....
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Click here to read Father Eamon's message about wearing Masks at weekend Masses (shared on June 26th)

If you wish not to wear a face covering, you are welcome to sit in Our Lady’s Chapel or attend a daily Mass.
 

Mark Your Calendars

Check out EWTN program Vaticano Sundays at 11:30 am. From Father Eamon: One of my favorite programs on EWTN is Vaticano which airs each Sunday at 11 :30 am. You will find there news stories from around the world that you rarely see elsewhere---stories about the Church, our universal Church family​, and other political issues with a church connection in faraway places.  If you watch the program and like it, tell others about it.
 

JOIN Father Eamon and the Carlos Rubio family Sunday night July 19 at 7:00 pm  as we gather virtually to pray the rosary. This week we will pray the Sorrowful Mysteries, praying for the millions of people who are refugees in our world. We will quiet ourselves to prepare for the busy-ness of the week ahead. Join us via our website or YouTube Channel. Together we will honor Jesus and Our Blessed Mother in prayer. 


Sunday, July 19, 6:30-9:30 p.m. join internationally acclaimed Catholic presenters for Night of Hope—a free, livestreamed Steubenville Adult Conference!
You’ll enjoy:
•    Worship and prayer with Sister Miriam James Heidland, SOLT, and Bob Rice
•    A keynote presentation by Scott Hahn: “Hope to Die, Hope to Rise: Cultivating Eucharistic Amazement”
•    Eucharistic adoration with Father Dave Pivonka, TOR
•    Plus, live Q&A with the entire ministry team
Click here to register for FREE for this livestreamed Catholic conference, and invite your friends, too. Together, we can bring the light of Christ into the darkness!
 

JOIN Paul Rousseau and team facilitating Small Christian Communities via ZOOM! on Wednesday July 22 at 7 pm. Join as a group in your own private room! Join as a family! Join as an individual. Join via Zoom, Join via livestream on our website or YouTube Channel. See the bulletin for details


Tuesday, July 28th 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm join a Zoom meeting showing Braver Angels. Launched in 2016, Braver Angels is a bipartisan citizen's movement to unify our divided nation.The video is for anyone wishing to learn about facilitating a civil and respectful conversation between people of different political viewpoints.

Interested?  Register at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcuc-GtpzIuEtY3yb2QWm7bre3_mCgrVxO0 or contact Paul Witte at [email protected] or 321-243-0161 for additional information.

 

Moment of Inspiration

Interview with God
 
Anna Sears, 91 years old, passed to eternal life on July 11, 2020. Anna and her husband Bill (RIP) were founding members of our parish and were ushers and greeters at the 7:30 am Sunday Mass for many years.
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Clyde Bridge passed to eternal life on July 16th.
Anthony Maliszewski passed to eternal life on July 10th. 
Thomas Russell
Darrell Woehler

 
May they rest in peace and their memory be a blessing to all who knew them.