Jan 24, 2015

Pro-Life reparation and healing

Jan 17-25 Nine Days of Prayer, Penance, & Pilgrimage Novena, Following the 8am daily mass at St. Bernard Parish at St. Camillus Church and after all Sundays masses.
O Holy Mary of Guadalupe,
You first came to us as a mother expecting her child. You are the Patroness of all expectant mothers and unborn children. Millions of these children, O Mary, will be rejected by their parents and perish in the terrible scourge of abortion. Pray for parents, O Mary. Let them realize their child is a gift and blessing from God. Help them to rear their child in the fear and love of God so that he may one day return to God who made him. Console the poor parents who have lost their child through abortion.
Let them see the terrible folly of their decision. Lead them to forgiveness and healing through the Divine Mercy of Your Son, Our Lord, Jesus Christ. Through Your Immaculate Conception, O Mary, You crushed the head of the serpent. Crush and destroy abortion in the Americas and throughout the whole world. O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to Thee. Amen

March for Life; EWTN, CFP

Jan 22nd an amendment by MA State Senator Bruce Tarr's (R-Gloucester) passed which allows most Senate committee votes to be made available to the public within 48 hours.
Sign petition to get the Rules committee to add this:

Jan 25 Sun 2-4pm MCFL's Interfaith Assembly at Faneuil Hall; Anthony Esolen and TV host Claudette Petra Joseph.
Jan 25 Sun 4pm Vespers, 4:30-5:30 Holy hour followed by Pot Luck Suppoer, Franciscans of the Primitive Observance 20th anniversary gathering in the lower church at Holy Cross Cathedral, (bring some food or beverages).

Jan 29 Wed. 12pm noon - Our Lady of the Rosary Church, 23 Fales St., Worcester - Holy Hour for Reparation and Healing for an end to abortion, with adoration and benediction.

Fri 6 Feb 2015 8pm “1st Friday” Mass celebrated in the Problem Pregnancy Chapel by Fr. John Hamm. Followed by all night Eucharistic Adoration and concluding at 8am with 1st Saturday Mass celebrated by Father Michael J. Roy of St. Roch Parish, Oxford. Everyone is welcomed. All Adoration hours could use backup. Scheduled Adorers 9PM – Chris T. 10PM - Julie S - Paul T. 11PM – Eilleen, 12 AM midnight – open, 1AM – Jim R. 2AM – Fran 3AM – Jay G 4AM – Jay G. 5AM – Fred M - Bob D 6:00 –Chris&Mike, Adrian 7AM – Kathy L.. Let me know if you cannot cover your hour. All hours could use backup.
Feb 7 Sat 1st Sat, 8am Mass with Fr. Roy, Problem Pregnancy and 11am confessions Our Lady of Mercy with noon 1st Saturday Mass with Fr. Gaby Hoyak at Our Lady of Mercy Maronite Church, June St. Worc,

“A long time ago is coming. . .” The words of Fr. Joseph Ratzinger from 46 years ago.

Feb 14 Sat 10:15 am Mass celebrated Fr. Jonathan Slavinskas, in the Problem Pregnancy Chapel, 495 Pleasant St. Worc, a little later due to scheduling, followed by Sidewalk prayerful protest in front of Planned Parenthood, 470 Pleasant St. Worc

Next 40 Days for Life campaign will be starting in one month, running from Ash Wednesday, February 18th through Palm Sunday, March 29th.

Several churches have already signed up to cover time at the vigil. Days covered so far are:
Tues, Feb 24, 7am-1pm – St. Luke’s
Sat, Feb 28, 7am-1pm – Grafton Parishes
Tues, Mar 3, 7am-1pm – St. Luke’s
Wed, Mar 4 6:30pm+ – Grafton Parishes’ Living Rosary
Sat, Mar 7, 7am-1pm – Grafton Parishes
Thurs, Mar 12, 7am-1pm – Grafton Parishes
Sat, Mar 28, 7am-1pm – Grafton Parishes

Feb 21 Sat 9am Rosary with prayerful sidewalk protest, Pleasant St. followed by 10am Mass celebrated by Fr. Adam Reid in the Problem Pregnancy Chapel

Feb 25 Wed 7pm Carolyn Y. Woo, President CRS “God, Neighbor, Self” Maison Franҫais Assumption College

Feb 28 Sat 9am Prayer vigil on the sidewalk across from Planned Parenthood, 472 Pleasant St., Worcester followed by 10am Mass in Problem Pregnancy Chapel. Fr. Ken Cardinale

Middle school tries to sneak in “gay” assembly -- but MassResistance intervenes!

Mar 26 Thu 7pm James J. O’Connell Georgetown U. “St. Augustine the Pagan” Maison Franҫais Assumption College

Former Holyoke police chief says President Obama created era of mistrust in race relations
By Anthony R. Scott, Guest View Point, The Republican, Jan. 8, 2015
I have been putting off writing this op-ed piece for the past several months hoping in vain that our President and Attorney Eric Holder would become real leaders and not continue down the racist road they have been traveling. However the most recent police murders in New York City have prompted me to break my silence. I did not vote for President Obama when he first ran nor did I vote for him in 2012. When he was first elected I hoped that as a person of color he would move race relations forward and become a good, if not great, president. Needless to say I was wrong as the undeniable evidence soon began to mount. I am a person of color and a retired member of the law enforcement community. I took notice of his inaction towards the violence within his home city of Chicago and what I believe to be his stealth contempt of law enforcement.

God Bless America,
Jay G.
Prayer Needs

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