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Friday, October 11, 2013

Catholic events in Connecticut

Saturday, October 12 at 12 Noon there will be a public recitation of the Rosary in front of Saint George Church (33 Whitfield Street, Guilford)Along with the rosary there will be other Marian prayers honoring Our Lady of Fatima especially under title of the Immaculate Heart. October 13th is the 96th Anniversary of the great miracle of The Sun, witnessed by over 70,000 people in and around Fatima in 1917.  Hundreds were healed; atheists and agnostics returned to their faith. All were changed in some manner. 

There are 10 thousand groups nationwide will be praying the rosary.

Our Holy Father Francis has consecrated his papacy to Our Lady of Fatima. Pope Benedict XVI had said that those who think the message of Our Lady to the three seers is something in the distant past and has no relevance for the present are sadly mistaken. We especially hope that young families with children come and join us.

Questions, call Karen Sabia 203-214-2883 or Bill Kinnare 203-421-4636. 

http://stgeorgeguilford.org

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Saturday, October 12, will be the Opus Dei Morning of Recollection for men.

Location: St Anthony Church, 70 Washington Street, New Haven, CT

Schedule

7:30am   Priest Available for confession
7:45am   Meditation by the priest
8:25am   Examination of Conscience
8:40am   Talk by a layman
9:00am   Holy Mass


The priest is also available for confession from 8:15 until 9:00am.

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The 2013 Pope John Paul II Bioethics Lecture & Recital at Holy Apostles College & Seminary in Cromwell, CT will be on November 6, 2013. It will feature an address by Fr. Paul Check, Executive Director of Courage International entitled: "Clarity and Charity: The Catholic Church and Homosexuality"

The evening will begin with a vocal performance by Trio Triumvirum, an a Capella group singing sacred music from the Renaissance era.

The recital is at 6pm and the lecture at 6:45pm.

The event is sponsored annually by The Pope John Paul II Bioethics Center and is open to the public free of charge.


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The Franciscan Earth Corps invites all who are interested to the launch event of the Connecticut Chapter to be held on Saturday, October 26 from 9:30am-4pm at St Patrick-St Anthony Franciscan Urban Center at 285 Church St, Hartford CT. 

Franciscan Earth Corps, a new initiative of Franciscan Action Network, is a national network of young adult servant leaders (18-35ish) engaging in Franciscan spirituality and social and ecological justice. 

Participants at the October 26 launch event are invited to be co-creators of the state chapter, developing the activities of creation care, justice advocacy, and spiritual reflection that engage and reflect the concerns of the local community. 

The Director of Franciscan Earth Corps, Rhett Engelking will be participating as well as Hartford social justice and environmental leaders: Brian Kavanaugh of the Hartford Catholic Worker, Deacon Art Miller, Director of the Office for Black Catholic Ministries, Archdiocese of Hartford, Bill Upholt, representing the Hartford Advisory Council on the Environment (ACOTE) and Terri Eickel, Director of the Inter Religious Eco-Juctice Network (IREJN.) Suggested donation is $25 and includes lunch. 


For any questions, please email or phone Fr. Sam Fuller, OFM Cap of St Pius X in Middletown, CT at  fr.sam@snet.net or 860-347-4441.

To register please visit: http://franciscanearthcorpsct.eventbrite.com/
For more info: https://www.facebook.com/FranciscanEarthCorpsCT

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