Newsletter #22

Dear Friends and Benefactors, 01/15/2020God “made man from the beginning, Made them male and female … For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife, and they two shall be in one flesh. Therefore now they are not two, but one flesh. What, therefore, God hath joined together,…

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Sunday between the Circumcision and the Epiphany/ Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus

Sermon given by Father Pancras Raja on January 5th, 2020 Sunday between the Circumcision and the Epiphany Feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus “His name was called Jesus, which was called by the Angel before He was conceived in the womb” (Lk. 2:21) The Second Sunday after Epiphany, which recalls the Marriage Feast…

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Sunday Within the Octave of Christmas

Sermon given by Father Pancras Raja on December 29th, 2019 Sunday within the octave of Christmas “Behold, this child is set for the fall, and for the resurrection of many in Israel” (Lk. 2: 34) Today’s gospel commemorates the presentation of Our Lord in the temple, forty days after his nativity. The blessings of Our…

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Christmas Day

Sermon Given by Father Pancras Raja on December 25th, 2019 Christmas Day   “Behold I bring you good tidings of great joy! …. for this day is born to you in the city of David a SAVIOUR, who is Christ the Lord!” (Lk. 2: 1- 14)   May the Divine Child Jesus and his Divine…

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The Fourth Sunday of Advent

Sermon Given by Father Pancras Raja. On December 22nd , 2019 Fourth Sunday of Advent   “Prepare ye the way of the Lord, and make his paths straight” (Lk. 3:1 – 6)   Catholic Christians prepare the way of the Lord by removing from their soul all that can impede the coming of Christ.  …

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Mass Schedule Jan 17-19

Jan 17, 2020

Mass in MA and CT

MA
Date: Jan 18 (Saturday)
Hilton Garden Inn, 170 Forest St, Marlborough, MA 01752
Mass: 3:00pm
Refreshments: Will be provided. If you are able, please bring a dish to share.
Parking: At location parking is available

CT
Jan 19 (Sunday)
16 Senga Road, Norwalk, CT 06854
Mass: 9:00am
Refreshments: If you are able, please bring a breakfast/brunch item and a beverage to share.
Parking: Street parking is available
If you have any questions, kindly email at catholictruth@email.com

Friday Jan 17 at 8 pm
Mass in Elko, Nevada
(Rynden exit 314 off I-80) 2 miles North of Exit Phone Directions Adam Stacey  775-397-2033

Sat. Jan 18 at 10:30 am
Mass in Pocatello, ID
451 Wayne Ave., Pocatello, ID

Sunday Jan 19 at 8 am
Mass in Post Falls, ID
3327 W. Lark Ave.
Post Falls ID 83854
Chapel Coordinators: Mr. Valentine 208-964-3071

Sunday Jan 19 at 6 pm
Mass in Seattle, WA Chapel
Location: Gig Harbor
Our Lady of the Precious Blood
8050 161st
Harbor WA 98329
Chapel Coordinators: Mike Boulware 253-509-2564

Sunday Jan 19 at 10 am
Mass in Boston, KY
Our Lady of Mount Carmel
1730 N. Stillwell Rd.
Boston, KY  40107

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Boston Kentucky Retreats and Activities 2019

Retreats 2019 (1)

Women’s Ingnatian Retreats

  • September 23rd-28th 2019

Men’s Ingnatian Retreats

  • September 30th- October 5th 2019
Contact:  Pablo the Mexican
602-469-4469
marcosandolini333@yahoo.com

Our Lady of Mount Carmel
1730 N. Stillwell Rd.
Boston, KY 40107

General Contact 

  • Ourladyofmtcarmelusa@gmail.com
  • Fr Joseph Pfeiffer
    303-549-3047
  • Fr. Pancras
    502-630-9446
    pancrasraja@gmail.com
  • Fr. Poisson
    502-286-0777
    frjpoisson@gmail.com
  • In case of an emergency please contact 602-469-4469.  Call the number as many times as necessary and tell the person who answers what the problem is and how they can be contacted by a priest and where you are located.

Visit: youtube.com/469fitter for playlist including Mass for spirituall communion.


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Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre

"We have to build, while the others are demolishing. The crumbled citadels have to be rebuilt, the bastions of Faith have to be reconstructed; firstly the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass of all times, which forms saints; then our chapels, monasteries, our large families, our enterprises faithful to the social politics of the Church, our politicians determined to make the politics of Jesus Christ - this is a whole fiber of Christian social life, Christian customs, Christian reflexes, which we have to restore."

 

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