CONTINUE YOUR LENTEN JOURNEY WITH BISHOP BARRON’S STUDY OF THE EUCHARIST.
Come and join your fellow parishioners beginning Wednesday, March 22nd, and continuing March 29th and April 5th in St. John’s Hall from 7:00pm - 8:00pm to continue your Lenten journey with Bishop Barron’s “Study of The Eucharist”.
Bishop Barron offers inspiring insights into the mystery of Christ’s presence in our lives and the centrality of the Eucharist as an important part of that presence. So many believers do not understand the Eucharist, which Vatican II said is the “source and summit of the Christian life.” This fresh look at the Eucharist brings to light its reality as sacred meal, the sacrifice necessary for communion with God, and the Real Presence of Christ.
Parents: Drop your son/daughter off for Youth Night and come spend an hour refreshing yourself in the reality of the Eucharist.
Are you passionate about the pro-life cause, supporting life from conception to natural death? Attend our Respect Life Ministry Meeting on Thursday, March 23rd at 6:30pm in St. Paul's Room. The Respect Life group will seek to promote the cause through prayer, information, and events such as the Walk for Life and the Mother's Day Rose Sale. The ministry will meet once every two months. If you would like more information, please contact Dean Marshall at email@example.com or call the parish office.
5:45pm Soup Host in St. John's Hall 7:00pm Stations Host in Church
March 24th 5:30pm Fish Fry Dinner in the Parish Hall (RSVP Required) Social Group Faith Formation, School, Youth Group
March 31st St. Vincent de Paul Lectors
April 7th P.E.R.T. St. Vincent de Paul
Good Friday None Deacon Michael
A&B Asphalt will be here the week of April 17th through 22nd to slurry seal and restripe the Walnut Avenue parking lot, including the area near the Food Locker and the parish office. The gate between the Cottage Waye parking lot and the Parish Office will be open for those who have business on the Walnut Ave side of campus. The Food Locker is currently devising a plan to serve its Food Locker recipients. As the school will be closed during this week, clients will most likely park in the Cottage Way parking lot, enter the property via the ramp located to the left of our Pre-K building and be served out of the Food Locker's side door, which opens onto the playground at the rear of the Parish Hall.
Science vs Spirituality (mysticism) Are They Incompatible?
Dr. Michal Duveneck, Ph.D. will speak on April 26th from 6:30pm – 8:00pm in St. John’s Hall on:
For details please contact the school at 489-8958.
Annual Country Fair - OPEN TO OUR ENTIRE CARMICHAEL COMMUNITY
For questions please contact Our Lady of theAssumption School Office at 489-8958. If you would like to volunteer to help out, please contact the school office as well. THANK YOU!
See you soon!