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Holy Spirit Parish Weekly Newsletter

We celebrate Sts. Benedict, Henry, and Kateri Tekakwitha this week. They witness to us that we can all be holy, no matter what vocation we are called to in life, from the corridors of earthy power to the cells of a monastery to the regular everyday villages of the American wilderness. 

Don't forget that PSR registration is open on our website. 

Also, all the Bishops of the USA have coordinated the National Eucharistic Revival, recognizing that the key to all meaningful and good reform must be based in devotion to Our Lord wh. See below for updates

Here is your weekly update for what's going on in the parish. 

National Eucharistic Revival: A Grassroots Response to God's Invitation

Our world is hurting. We all need healing, yet many of us are separated from the very source of our strength. Jesus Christ invites us to return to the source and summit of our faith-his Real Presence in the Holy Eucharist.

Scandal. Division. Doubt. He will overcome them all. 

Monday, July 11th

The Hidden Powers of St. Benedict's Medal

Holy medals, also known as devotional medals or religious medals, are medallions, usually resembling a coin, created for devotional purposes or a commemoration. Typically one-sided, variations include the image of the Blessed Virgin Mary, another saint, a pope, or other Christian iconography. Usually, they have an inscription.

Dive into this powerful devotion.

Wednesday, July 13th

July 13: Saint Henry II

On July 13, the Catholic Church celebrates the memory of St. Henry II, a German king who led and defended Europe's Holy Roman Empire at the beginning of the first millennium. St. Henry was born in 972 to Duke Henry of Bavaria and Princess Gisela of Burgundy. During his youth, ...

A Truly Holy Holy Roman Emperor

Thursday, July 14th

The Church and the Native Americans

St. Kateri's conversion was the fruit of brave outreach and witness to the Native American's by Catholic priests and missionaries who often died preaching the Good News. 

While there was much violence in the interactions between Europeans and Native Americans, the story of the Catholic Church's outreach in North America is marked with self sacrifice and love.

Read more of the epic story here.

Eucharistic Adoration

Every Thursday

6 PM - 8 PM

Holy Family Chapel

Friday, July 15th

St. Bonaventure

Today, July 15, marks the feast day of St. Bonaventure, who is called "The Seraphic Doctor" of the Church. St. Bonaventure is known for his leadership of the Franciscans and his great intellectual contributions to theology and philosophy. St. Bonaventure was born in Bagnorea in Tuscany, Italy.

Learn about the Seraphic Doctor Here

Saturday, July 16th

5 Things to Know About Our Lady of Mt. Carmel and the Brown Scapular - Word on Fire

"What's that thing you're always wearing?" And so began another discussion of the Brown Scapular that hangs around my neck. This time it was while visiting New Orleans with my sister. A city suffused with Catholicism plus voodoo shops, gris-gris, and the like was, perhaps, the perfect place to explain the two small pieces of brown wool on a cord that I always wear.

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel and the Brown Scapular
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Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Some Thoughts for Reflection

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Is Hell Empty?

"What’s curious is, of course, one of the most prominent figures in the New Testament who speaks about love is Jesus, and yet he’s also the same figure who speaks the most about hell, so…"

How do we reconcile God's Justice and Mercy?

How Do We Maintain Freedom in America? (#independenceday Special)

As Americans we are known for our celebration of liberty and our focus on "our rights." We even have a landmark Statue which embodies this value we hold so d...

Separation of Church and State does not mean Separation of Faith and Public Life

Upcoming Events

Holy Spirit Parish Picnic

Saturday, July 30th

6:00 PM (Fr. Mosovsky Hall)

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Make sure to join us for the 2022 Parish Picnic!

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Adult Faith Formation

Check out the Adult Faith Formation Page on our website for resources and events to help you deepen your understanding of Church teaching and your relationship with Jesus.  

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PSR 2022-2023 Registration

We are excited to be offering our PSR program In person this year Parent Led Online option for Grades 1-8!

This Registration Process is facilitated by our Parish Realm Software. Please Read Instructions

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"We do not want... a Church that will move with the world. We want a Church that will move the world."

G.K. Chesterton