We congratulate our parish RCIA candidate Neil Vandenbergh, who was formally welcomed into the second stage of the Catechumenate process on Sunday, December 1st. Neil was previously baptized in a Protestant tradition; he is discerning the truth and fullness of faith offered by the Roman-Catholic Church. Please keep him in your prayers throughout his faith journey.
The St. Faustina: Love and Mercy movie tickets are still available at local theaters or online for an additional showing on Sunday, December 10th at 7:00 pm; I strongly recommend to all Catholics to see this movie, especially the members of the newly formed Cenacle groups.
December is a busy month at Blessed Sacrament!
Please join us at the following events:
Thursday, December 12th
Healing Mass with Anointing of the Sick 6:30 pm Church
Sunday, December 15th
Family Mass 10:00 am Church
Faith Formation Confessions 9:00-9:45 am Chapel
The Social Immediately after Mass Parish Center
Monday, December 16th
Advent Parish Penance Service 6:30 pm Church
Wednesday, December 18th
Additional Seasonal 5:30-6:00 pm Church’s Crying Rm Confessions (face-to-face)
Nearly 60 people have already registered for the Divine Mercy Cenacle small Christian community group formation sessions, including several guests from other area parishes. We now offer five study groups on different days ready for any adult to join in. See more details and the registration form on page 4. Adults are welcome to come for one meeting to audit without registering.
Christmas Mass Schedule:
Dec. 24th – 4:00 pm Christmas Vigil Mass with homily for children
Dec. 24th – 9:00 pm Christmas Vigil Mass
Dec. 25th – 7:30 am Christmas Morning Mass
Dec. 25th – 10:00 am Christmas Day Mass