Sept 19, 21, 22
Devotion to the Sacred Heart has two elements: consecration and reparation:
We consecrate ourselves to the Sacred Heart by acknowledging Him as Creator and Redeemer and as having full rights over us as King of Kings, by repenting, and by resolving to serve Him.
We make reparations for the indifference and ingratitude with which He is treated and for leaving Him abandoned by humanity.
To carry out these general goals of consecration and reparation, there are quite specific devotions authorized by the Church.
specific devotions became even more popularized when St. Margaret Mary Alacoque (1647-1690), a Visitation nun, had a personal revelation involving a series of visions of Christ as she prayed before the Blessed Sacrament. She wrote, "He disclosed to me the marvels of his Love and the inexplicable secrets of his Sacred Heart." Christ emphasized to her His love -- and His woundedness caused by Man's indifference to this love.
He promised that, in response to those who consecrate themselves and make reparations to His Sacred Heart:
The devotions attached to these promises are:
We celebrate Our Lady of Fatima each First Saturday. The devotion begins with reciting the Rosary and other prayers at 8:00 am followed by Mass at 8:30 am. Additional Fatima prayers and a procession will follow Mass at approx. 9:10 am.
On Dec 10, 1925 Our Lady appeared to Servant of God, Sister Lucia of Fatima and spoke these words: "Announce in my name that I promise to assist at the hour of death with the graces necessary for the salvation of their soulds, all those who onthe first Saturday of five consecutive moths shall:
In a spirit of reparation, the above conditions are each to be proceeded by the words: "In reparation for the offensive committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary." Confessions may be made 8 days before or after the First Saturday, and Holy Communion may be received at either the morning or the evening Mass on the First Saturday.
We meet every First and third Friday of the MOnth from 7-9 from September to May.
Days of prayer, fasting, and repa ation to the Sacred as a way to help heal the wounds caused by these clerics who have abused their power, especially for the healing of their victims, will be:
The Rosary Congress consists of round-the-clock Eucharistic Adoration at St. Mary’s and recitation of the Rosary on the hour. At the 3:00 AM and 3:00 PM hours the Divine Mercy Chaplet will follow the Rosary.
Join us! It’s as easy as taking out your phone, clicking on the sign up line: https://adorationpro.org/annmd for the Rosary Congress,
Finding a time slot that works for you, then add your name and email and phone number in the space provided.
Click this link into https://youtu.be/8uGfIscwsYE to watch the Adoration Pro instructional video.
For those who wish to honor or memorialize loved ones during the Rosary Congress, you will have the opportunity to sponsor the candles used during adoration. The cost to sponsor an entire day is $230 and a half-day is $115.
Contact Paula Bowers at the Parish
This is a Holy Day of Obligation on which we celebrate the Church Triumphant -- all the Saints in Heaven, canonized or unknown.
The Extraordinary Form Requiem Mass for All Souls will at 6:30 pm
The annual Parish Christ the King Dance will be held Saturday, November 24th from 7-10
All ages all eras of music.
Saint Mary School is having a fundraiser
print out the coupon below and head to the Green Turtle