Moving day July 28th, First Liturgy August 4, Festival August 23-25
Sunday, June 28th- moving day Saturday, August 3rd major prep day Sunday, August 4th first liturgy 11 am
This past Wednesday I drove to Ann Arbor for the final profession of vows of Sr. Mary Martha. We went to college together and to the same church growing up. She joined the convent 7 years ago and this past week seven sisters took their final vows to be nuns. The lives they live and the mission they have is beautiful. Each one of us is called by God to a beautiful life and a beautiful mission. God has a plan for each one of us. We are called to small works and to great works. We are called to love our neighbors, our enemies, and the strangers that we meet. The beauty of our lives and the beauty of the good news is echoed and imitated in the beauty of church buildings. We are blessed to be moving next week into a beautiful church and to have been praying in a beautiful church. May the beauty of our new home and the beauty of the good news of salvation be reflected in the beauty of our lives, our missions, and our callings. -Our first liturgy at the new church will be August 4th at 11am. -We will be loading the truck Sunday, July 28th after the 11 am liturgy. -We will have work days at the new property Saturday, July 27th and Saturday, August 3rd and as available. -Our condolences and prayers to the family of Michael Abraham Falugi on the 40 day liturgy Sunday, July 21st at 11 am. -Feastday liturgy of St. Sharbel Tuesday, July 23rd at 7pm with prayers for healing and blessing with relic.
-House of Bread Tuesday July 30th from 9 am - 2 pm at 9 Orth Avenue. -Please make plans to participate in our Festival August 23rd, 24th, and 25th. -Assumption of Mary pilgrimage to Our Lady of Lebanon Shrine in Youngstown, OH August 15th.
- Annual St. Ignatius of Antioch Banquet Saturday, December 14th. Bishop Elias will attend this weekend to consecrate Our New Home.
- Initiatives- To what is God calling you? What are your hopes, dreams, and ideas for our parish? What do you want to do? Mission, charity, prayers, work, fundraisers, or maintenance? How can we support you? -We need volunteers to read during the liturgy and to bring the gifts. If you would like to do so, please see George Najem for 11 am liturgy or Jim Zaidan for the 9 am Liturgy.
- Bible Study every Sunday at 10 am.
- Sunday liturgies 9 am and 11 am
- Confessions immediately before and after liturgies or by appointment.
St. Ignatius of Antioch 8th Sunday of Pentecost July 28, 2019