This symposium will highlight the remarkable success that has been made by science and medicine in answering the appeals made by Pope Paul VI in the encyclical, Humanae Vitae. Presentations will highlight the evidence demonstrating that modern methods of natural family planning are now as effective as hormonal contraception in avoiding pregnancy and that a new restorative approach to women’s health is often more effective for fertility than in vitro fertilization.
We are at war. A war without borders, where no man is exempt but where most haven’t recognized, let alone been trained, to fight. Casualties often go unseen, but very few are left unwounded. The Enemies encamped against us seek to rob us of our Dignity–the essential Dignity of the Human Person, being made in the Image and Likeness of God. The fight has now come full force. What was once done in darkness is now celebrated in the light. Yet, where before we may have been blinded, God’s Unfathomable Mercy is opening the hearts, the minds and the eyes of people of Faith. Join St. Agnes Legion of Mary to pray the Holy Rosary at 3pm in the church. We join others around the country as we answer the Clarian Call to Arms with our most powerful weapon - The Holy Rosary!
A great number of miracles have been attributed to St. Charbel’s intercession since his death. Confessions begin at 5:30 pm; Mass at 6 pm. Anointing with the ‘oil from the tomb of St. Charbel’ will be available immediately after Mass for all who wish to be anointed. Refreshments are served in the Church cafeteria following the Mass. All are invited to join us as we pray to God for healing through the intercession of St. Charbel.
Please join us for a Holy Mass on the Feast Day of St. (Mother) Teresa of Calcutta. Bishop Duca will be the main celebrant on Wednesday, September 5th at 5 pm. After the St. (Mother)Teresa of Calcutta’s Feast Day Mass, light refreshments will be served in the cafeteria, all are invited.