During the Lenten Season leading to the Sacred Triduum, we listened and reflected on how Christ was threatened by the status quo and eventually reduced to sweat, blood and tears in His passion. His promise of the resurrection kept that spark of faith focused forward moving beyond the limits of sin and weakness witnessing to new life, that continues to offer us fresh opportunities and a renewed sense of hope.Read More
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February 26, 2019
IMMIGRATION – WHAT THE CATHOLIC CHURCH REALLY TEACHES!
What does the Catholic Church really teach about immigration? What is Catholic Social Doctrine and its basic principles on immigration? You might be surprised. The Knowledge and Prayer Series is proud to present:
Fr. Anthony B. Pizzo, O.S. A., Prior Provincial Augustinians of the Midwest, Canada and Peru, who will speak at 7:00PM on April 1, 2019 at St. Bernard’s Church, 13030 W 143 St in Homer Glen. In addition, Imelda Salazar from the Southwest Organizing Project will speak on Common Sense Immigration Reform – a Political and Practical Perspective. The topic is very much in the news lately so you owe it to yourselves to get the facts from people directly involved in the day-to-day situation. Hospitality will follow the program.
SPONSORED BY THE MULTI-PARISH RESPECT LIFE MINISTRIES OF
St. Bernard’s - Our Lady of the Woods - St. Francis of Assisi - Our Mother of Good Counsel -
St. Michael - Annunciation Byzantine Catholic Parish
On the occasion of Fr. Bernie's 25th Anniversary Mass at St. Rita Shrine Chapel in Chicago, Mark Hacker, Provincial Advancement Council Member and St. Rita High School Alumnus, spoke in honor of the former Prior Provincial.Read More