Dear brother and sisters in Christ,
“He is Risen!” “He is Risen indeed!”
Fr. Mason at Kenrick Seminary shared in a video that early Christians would greet each other during Easter season with one person saying, “He is Risen!”, and the other responding “He is Risen, indeed!”
This greeting would not just be used in good times, but especially in times of persecution and suffering, as a reminder that Christ has conquered sin and death, and so, ultimately, the Christian need not be afraid, no matter the circumstances. This is a message we need to be reminded of every day, especially in these times.
There are two upcoming events we would like to invite you to be a part of.
Divine Mercy Sunday, April 19th
At 2pm, we will begin a livestream Holy Hour with music and various prayers and litanies in honor of Divine Mercy. At 3pm, we will chant the Divine Mercy chaplet, with Benediction to follow.
Good Shepherd Sunday, May 3rd
The Fourth Sunday of Easter is known as ‘Good Shepherd Sunday’… our parish Feast Day!
In honor of Jesus, the Good Shepherd, since we cannot gather for Mass, we are going to bring the Eucharist to you!
If you would like Fr. Buehler to drive by your home with Jesus in the monstrance to offer a blessing with the Eucharist, please contact the parish office at 636.789.3356, or email@example.com. Someone from Adult Spirituality will get in contact with you about the planned route and timing.
…and remember: He is Risen. He is Risen, indeed!
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