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Sunday Schedule
Saturday—4:30p
Sunday—7:30, 9, 11:30a


(Sunday evening Masses resume August 24)

From Sue Frazier

CM = Campus Ministry CH = Church
PC = Parish Center BL = Basic Lounge
SL= Study Lounge

Friday, August 1
Saint Alphonsus Liguori, bishop and doctor of the Church
12:15p Mass
5:30p Ceronie-Carlin Rehearsal (CH)
8:00p Private Rental (PC)


Saturday, August 2
Saint Eusebius of Vercelli, bishop/Saint Peter Julian Eymard, priest
NO First Saturday Devotion or Confession
10:30a Hinkel Funeral + Luncheon (CH/PC)
1:00p Ceronie-Carlin Wedding (CH)
3:00p Confession (CH)
4:30p Mass


Sunday, August 3
18th Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:30a Mass
9:00a Mass
10:15a Confirmation Meeting (BL)
11:30a Mass


Monday, August 4
Saint John Mary Vianney, priest
3:10p Soup Kitchen (Meet in alley)
5:15p Mass
6:45p Music Night (Meet at Liberty Nursing Home)


Tuesday, August 5
Dedication of the Basilica of Saint Mary Major in Rome
5:15p Mass


Wednesday, August 6
The Transfiguration of the Lord
7:00a Mass
7:00p Confession & Adoration (CH)


Thursday, August 7
Pope Sixtus II, pope and martyr, and his companions, martyrs /Saint Cajetan, priest
12:15p Mass
6:30p Right to Life Meeting (Rectory Library)


Friday, August 8
Saint Dominic, priest
12:15p Mass
6:30p Gard-Robinson Rehearsal (CH)
8:00p Private Rental (PC)


Saturday, August 9
Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, virgin and martyr
1:00p Gard-Robinson Wedding (CH)
3:00p Confession (CH)
4:30p Mass


Sunday, August 10
19th Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:30a Mass
9:00a Mass
10:15 a.m. Confirmation Meeting (BL)
11:30a Mass



Archbishop Schnurr Issues Message on 

Unaccompanied Migrant Children

A humanitarian crisis has emerged on our nation's border, with an expected 90,000 unaccompanied migrant children to arrive by the end of September.  Soon after Pope Francis appealed to the U.S. to help protect and welcome these children, Archbishop Dennis Schnurr released a statement to "prepare our hearts" and urge "compassion for these children, prayers for their well-being, and a willingness to respond if needed."  He states:

Despite all of the messy, political aspects of this situation, our response as Christians is fairly straight-forward. While the children are here, even if temporarily, we must care for and protect them. Our Holy Father Francis and the U.S. bishops have strongly reinforced this, and the Gospel's mandate to love the most poor and vulnerable tells us that this is a faithful response, not a political one. The long-term solution to this crisis will require a repaired immigration system, more robust development efforts in the nations South of our border, and a bolder commitment to our relationship with them. Yet, for now, the more urgent matter is opening our hearts to homeless children.

 Click here to read the full statement.  

 How to Support the Children

While some migrant children in this crisis have relocated with local families, there is no word yet as to whether any larger numbers of them would be temporarily placed in communities in our Archdiocese while their legal claims are processed, they are reunited with their families, or they are returned home.  Request for support may come should this be the case.  For now, we encourage you to:

 


For those interested in a vocation experience, and for all friends of the Dominicans...

an opportunity to observe the Holy Day and witness simple profession of vows.

 

 

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