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Mass & Rosary for World Peace

Saturday, February 11

Join fellow parishioners on the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, February 11 for 8am Mass and Rosary for Peace. Refreshments will be served on the Patio afterward. Come and share in the power of prayer for the world.

Commitment Weekend - February 11 & 12

Christ’s light calls us to educate others in the faith.
Every year 80 schools receive funds from Together in Mission. It is because of your support that these schools continue to remain active communities of learning. These funds make it possible for 12,000 students to receive a quality Catholic education.

Christ’s light calls us to serve the poor and marginalized.
Your support to Together in Mission helps to fund programs that directly benefit the most impoverished communities in our Archdiocese. Your gifts bring hope to those that have none.

Christ’s light scatters the darkness.
Every year, Together in Mission funds help to share Christ’s light with the sick and dying. Your support helps deacons and priest at the St. Camillus Center provide spiritual care for those in the midst of suffering at the end of their lives.
Check out the video below to find out more about Together In Mission!
Barrie Schwortz (pictured above with Pope Francis) was the official documenting photographer for the Shroud of Turin Research Project.

35 Years of Shroud Science:
A Personal and Scientific 

Thursday, March 9 - 7:30-9:00pm at St. Mary of the Assumption

The Shroud is the burial cloth that wrapped Jesus in the tomb. It shows the front and back of a scourged and crucified man, exactly as portrayed in the Gospels. Discovered centuries later it is wrapped in mystery and controversy now. The question it authentic, or a medieval forgery? The Shroud is now the most studied religious artifact in all human history. An expert on photographic imaging and the official documenting photographer from the original 1978 team Shroud that performed the most comprehensive scientific analysis on the Shroud, Barrie shares only the peer-reviewed scientific evidence that convinces him, a Jewish man, that the Shroud is authentic. Come and judge for yourself.
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