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Annual Days of Grace: Food For the Poor February 26 and 27

Annual Days of Grace
Food For the Poor


Our traditional Days of Grace during the Lenten Season will
be preached this year by Dominican Friar Scott Steinkerchner,
O.P. The weekend of February 24rd and 25th and
continuing Monday and Tuesday evenings February 26th
at 7:00 p.m. in Church.

and 27th . Father Scott’s present ministry is preaching on
behalf of Food For the Poor. This ministry strives to link
the Eucharistic presence of Jesus, the Bread of Life with our
response to our less fortunate brothers and sisters, particularly
those who are hungry or needy.

The themes for Father Scott’s three presentations are:
“The Eucharist: Real food for a hungry world.”
Forgive and you will be forgiven.” and
“For they preach but they do not practice.”

At the conclusion of the evening presentations Father Scott
will invite anyone who wishes to stay for a question and answer session.

These special Days of Grace are a wonderful way for families
to join together in prayer during the Lenten Season and
for our parish to grow in an appreciation for our Eucharistic Lord.


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