A MESSAGE FROM MARY WEIS, ASSISTANT LAY DIRECTOR

A Message from Mary Weis, Assistant Lay Director

Our Day of Reflection was so different and thought provoking! For those of you who weren't there, you missed a great one!

We saw a video of what it would look like if Jesus was born today! Aaah, questions!! Would you have the same faith??

Also, consider Christ's birth:  how does that relate to our tripod?

What about mercy and how can we bring that to our own daily lives of living our 4th day???

Many thanks and blessings go to our speakers today - Father Ed, Deacon Tony and Sister Clara who made this all possible! 

God bless you!! Merry Christmas!!

DeColores, Mary 

FOR YOUR PIETY AND STUDY

At yesterday's session, Marie Garrett shared a document about the Year of Mercy: The Holy Door and its meaning. A document about the Holy Door can be found at this link

A list of the thirteen Holy Doors in the Diocese of Trenton can be found at this link

FOR YOUR STUDY

The cover story in the December, 2015 issue of National Geographic Magazine is "How the Virgin Mary Became the World’s Most Powerful Woman." The opening line of the article reads "Mary barely speaks in the New Testament, but her image and legacy are found and celebrated around the world." 

The issue is currently available at stores or can be read at this link. An accompanying TV show will be shown on the National Geographic Channel on Sunday, December 13 at 8PM.

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