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Please register for an adult Bible study: Dr Edward Sri and other Bible scholars present No Greater Love: A Biblical Walkthrough Christ’s Passion. Filmed in the Holy Land, in this study you will see:
• The actual Garden of Gethsemane, and the rock upon which it is believed Jesus prayed
• The place where Jesus was tried before the Sanhedrin
• The place where Peter denied Jesus and heard the cock crow.
• Mt. Calvary / Golgotha – the hill upon which Christ was crucified
• Many more … every moment of the Passion is discussed in detail, in the places it happened!
Our study begins Tuesday, March 5 (the day before Ash Wednesday), for 5 consecutive Tuesdays. Come to the Morning sessions at 10 am in the CTK Parish Center Lounge, Or the evening sessions at 7 pm in the Deacon’s Room (except the first week, which will be upstairs). The sessions will include the video and a discussion. Cost is $25 per person. Register with the parish office, or call Deacon Brown at 301-873-2104, Email: email@example.com, Please register As soon as possible so we can order enough books! Thanks– your Lent and Easter experience will be greatly enriched.
Knights of Columbus McGivney Council #7025 Are you looking for a way to serve our Church and Community? Are you interested in serving your community and parish? If so, please consider joining the Knights of Columbus or the Ladies Guild. We are a family-based organization and we have many programs and activities, all designed to serve and support our church, family, and community. Learn about us and find a way to serve that you enjoy! For more information, please contact: Tom Speck at 443- 926-3370 (C) or email firstname.lastname@example.org, John Strawbridge at 443-848-3353 (C) or email email@example.com, or Anita Harris at 410-491-9649 (H) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Register now for the 22nd ANNUAL CATHOLIC MEN’S FELLOWSHIP CONFERENCE, on Saturday, March 23, 2019, at 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Location: St. Joseph Catholic Church, Fullerton, 8420 Belair Road, Baltimore, MD 21236. Theme: “Becoming a Great Man of God” Featuring: Stephen K. Ray (Baptist convert), Fr. Peter John Cameron, OP (former Editor of Magnificat, Fr. Chuck Canterna (Baltimore “street priest” and minister to prisoners), A variety of breakout sessions, Breakfast, Lunch, Confession, Fellowship, and Exhibitors on-site, Closing Mass with Archbishop William Lori, Celebrant. Registration is now open. Space is limited so register now through the website. Carpooling will be available. This is a good opportunity to attend a powerful and uplifting event with hundreds of other men from throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Learn more about your faith and be recharged. Inviting others is a simple way to share your faith. The event is also an opportunity for fathers and teenage or older sons, brothers, and others to share a day together. For more details and to register, go to www.catholicmensfellowship.com