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The Catechism of the Catholic Church tells us that confession of sins ”frees us and facilitates reconciliation with others. It allows the person to “TAKE RESPONSIBILITY” for them (sins)” and to be open to the grace of God and communion in the Church.
You are encouraged to celebrate the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation by confession of your sins. During the season of Lent, extra priests will be available for the MHR Lenten Reconciliation/Penance Service which will be held March 23rd at 7 pm.
As always, confessions are heard on Saturday afternoons from 4:30 to 5:15 pm. If these times are not convenient, please call for an appointment with the priest.
Will be held on Fridays, during Lent, at 7:00 pm. You are invited to join us as we remember the great events which led to our salvation.
Each Friday during Lent, the MHR Soup Kitchen volunteers will serve a soup supper from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. This will be followed by Stations of the Cross at 7:00 p.m. These meatless soup dinners are designed for us as a parish family to come together to support one another with our Lenten fasting. Your donations will help support the MHR Soup Kitchen. Please join us each Friday during Lent for these special dinners.
The Diocesan Lay Ecclesial Ministry Program (MFP) trains leaders to work in collaboration with the clergy to serve the faithful. It is the local standard certification for those in ministry, particularly catechetical ministry. This three-year formation program follows the USCCB document, Co-Workers in the Vineyard and assists willing participants in academic, spiritual, human, personal and pastoral formation. Interest- ed parties should discuss their call to serve in this capacity with their pastor. Pastors should invite their candidates for the MFP to one of the two remaining information nights
• Thursday, March 16, at 7:00 p.m. at Blessed Trinity Parish in Jacksonville
As per RCIA program recommendations, those leading formation sessions (not dismissals) in the RCIA program should be either graduates of the MFP (level 4 catechist) or in the program. Even the dismissals should be done by experienced catechist for they need to be able to do the breaking of the word sessions. —Deacon Milton Vega 904-945-8321
The two-day event, held at the Prime F. Osborne III Convention Center, brings together national speakers and more than 5,500 Catholics together to renew their faith, learn and grow in their relationships with Christ. Our theme this year is "Do Whatever He Tells You" and will take place Friday, March 24th and Saturday, March 25th. If you would like to volunteer, check out what volunteer opportunities are available, or if you are interested in learning more, please contact Sydney Edwards at sedwards@ ccbjax.org or by phone at (270)994-5569. *Must be able to lift at least 40 lbs. All volunteers must be fourteen years or older.
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