*Exposition and adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is scheduled to resume on Wednesdays, beginning on May 27th, from 9:30 AM - 5 PM.
After Jesus' Ascension into heaven, He commanded His disciples to come together in the upper room to devote themselves to constant prayer (Acts 1:14). They prayed for nine days before receiving the Holy Spirit on Pentecost, which is the birthday of our church.
Pope Francis said, "Being Christian does not mean doing things, but allowing oneself to be renewed by the Holy Spirit.” -2013-07-06 Vatican Radio
We encourage all to pray this novena which starts Friday, May 15th and it's a wonderful opportunity to pray the novena as a family.
Try to go to Mass daily throughout the novena. Go to Confession during the novena. Try to make visits to a church to adore the eucharistic Jesus throughout the novena.
The "Novena to the Holy Spirit" pamphlets can be found available at the entrances of the church.
Life is short and eternity is forever. Therefore, our task at Saint Catherine of Siena Parish is to ensure that lives are enriched in this life and that souls are saved for the afterlife.
The only way this is possible is to intimately know and love Jesus Christ and put Him before everything else. Jesus comes to us first and foremost in the seven sacraments He established in His Holy Church, but also in the people around us.
Knowing this, we invite you to attend the liturgical services and forge lifelong friendships with other parishioners by attending faith formation classes and getting involved in parish ministries and groups! God bless you!
Sincerely in Christ,
Fr. Paul Montminy
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