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Lectio: Philippians

TOWARDS THE END OF HIS LIFE, UNDER ARREST AND AWAITING TRIAL IN ROME, SAINT PAUL WRITES A SHORT BUT POWERFUL LETTER TO THE PHILIPPIANS. PAUL’S AFFECTION FOR THE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY AT PHILIPPI IS APPARENT FROM HIS OPENING WORDS. THE PHILIPPIANS WERE NOT ONLY PAUL’S SONS AND DAUGHTERS IN THE FAITH BUT ALSO HIS PARTNERS IN SHARING THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST.

At the heart of this letter is Paul’s eloquent hymn of Christ’s total gift of self, the model for Paul’s life. With his words and the example of his life, Paul exhorts the Philippians to have the mind of Christ, to live a life worthy of the Gospel, and, by God’s grace, to gain Christ.

Mondays | 7:30-9:00 | Trinity Rooms

July 15 (will not be in the Trinity Rooms; likely in BMH, Kathy is checking)
All Things in Christ

Starts September 12th

What is RETURN 
The Catholic Church is hemorrhaging young people. Half of young Americans (50% exactly) who were raised Catholic no longer identify as Catholic today. Four out of five Catholics who left the Church left before age 23.
Today, millions of parents grieve their fallen-away children and describe their situation as “helpless” and “hopeless.” They feel helpless because their children tune them out or ignore them whenever they bring up religious topics, and they feel hopeless because they think it’s impossible their children would ever come back. These parents are desperate to do something—they just don’t know what to do.
That’s why Catholic evangelist Brandon Vogt spent several months researching the problem, talking with experts and those who have left and returned, all to determine what really works to draw young people back. The result is a collection of resources which pull together the best tips, tools, and strategies.
It’s called RETURN: How to Draw Your Child Back to the Church

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Saint Ann Novena Schedule

07/18/19 Novena Opening Mass, Exposition and Donuts
07/19/19 Saint Ann Novena: 8:30 Mass, Donuts, Evening rosary walk and snow cones
07/20/19 Saint Ann Novena: 8:30 Mass, Exposition, Divine Mercy Chaplet, Vigil Mass
07/21/19 Saint ann Novena: 9:00 Mass, 25th and 50th, Reception, 11:30 Mass, Ice Cream Social
07/22/19 Lectio Phillipians 7:30 to 9:00
07/22/19 Saint Ann Novena: 10:00 LIGHT Lunch, 5:30 Confessions, 6:45 Mass, Respect Life/Christian Outreach presentation
07/23/19 Saint Ann Novena: 8:30 Mass, Donuts, 5:00 Hispanic Mass (6th Year), Parish Dinner
07/24/19 Saint Ann Novena: 8:30 Mass, Donuts, CRHP Presentation
07/25/19 Saint Ann Novena: 8:30 Mass, Donutes, Parish Convocation – Presentation by Implementation Team
07/26/19 Saint Ann Novena Closes: 8:30 Mass, Veneration of relic, Donuts, 6:00 Mass Binzer, Cook-out