Our Mission Statement... Rooted in Christís Teaching and Confident in Godís Love We, The Diverse Community of OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP Journey Together in the Spirit of Service Seeking Wisdom Through Intellectual Development Sharing the Message of Hope Growing in Godís Grace
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Planning Commission convenes to develop Preliminary Recommendations for parishes
Do you belive in the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ? During the past couple of months, there is a few articles written on mercy. I hope that you have been inspired to receive Jesus' mercy and return back to the Sacrament of Reconciliiation. Following is an excerpt from an article written by Fr. Dwight Longenecker:
True mercy demands true contrition. That's why we enter into confession with renewed hearts and minds devoted to love and serve God fully, that's why we go on pilgrimage. That's why we go to the Holy Door.
We do these things so that we might learn true contrition and thereby receive true mercy.
"WALK FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM"
Once again June 21st thru July 4th the bishops of the United States have proclaimed as the “Fortnight for Religious Freedom.” The bishops ask us to reflect on the importance of Religious Freedom thru prayer, reflection and action, and the need to protect this freedom.
Therefore the Knights of Columbus are inviting Parishioners to join them on the “Walk for Religious Freedom” from our church to the Municipal Building and back to church. A distance of a mile and a half total. This walk is scheduled after the 8:30 AM Mass, on Saturday, June 25th. We will recite the Rosary and say a short prayer in front of the Municipal Building. A car will be available to pick up anyone experiencing difficulties walking. For more info please contact Larry at 856-779-1696.