Posts by Anna Del Duca (Page 2)

Posts by Anna Del Duca (Page 2)

AN ORGAN RECITAL

On Sunday, October 28th, at 3 pm, our organist, Kerry Taylor,  will present an Organ Recital, here in the church . The repertoire will consist entirely of Kerry’s own compositions; they are for the most part based on the hymns of the church, although the program will include a cycle of miniatures entitled The Signs of the Zodiac. The presentation will also include…

FAITH SHARING GROUP

The St Ignatius Faith Sharing group will be getting together again for 2018-2019. We meet every second Monday from 10 -11:30 a.m. in the Wardens’ room of the church.  Our first meeting will be Monday, October 15, 2018, @ 10:00 a.m. Our sharing will be based on the book “Treasured and Transformed … Vision for the Heart, Understanding for the Mind” by…

SUMMIT

SUMMIT is a night of prayer, reconciliation,  music and Eucharistic Adoration. It’s a chance to retreat from the noise of everyday life, and be still with God. Summit is from 7:30-9pm on Friday July 6th, at St. Ignatius of Loyola parish. The Summit is also a great place to invite a friend, so feel free to bring someone along! It’s a chance to go deeper in your…

ANOINTING OF THE SICK

We will offer the Sacrament of the Anointing of the sick on Saturday, July 7th, immediately after the 4:30 pm Mass. The Sacrament of the sick is not strictly for those with life threatening illnesses or those approaching death. It is a Sacrament of healing where God’s life-giving grace is freely bestowed on His sons and daughters who face serious physical and mental…

GREAT NEWS !!

We are starting an amazing new program for young children called the Good Shepherd Atrium. We are refurbishing a room to turn it into a special place for kids, and we need a few donations: 1.  Child-size wooden tables and chairs.  (No plastic, please.) 2.   Floor lamps. 3.   Area rugs. We could also use a donated flat-screen TV to use during babysitting times in the…

ANOINTING OF THE SICK

The Sacrament of the sick is not strictly for those with life threatening illnesses or those approaching death. It is a Sacrament of healing where God’s life-giving grace is freely bestowed on His sons and daughters who face serious physical and mental issues. Therefore, as part of an ongoing effort to better provide for the needs of our parishioners, the Sacrament of the…

Sunday June 3rd – Body and Blood of Christ

What an incredible gift we are given in the Eucharist!  The word ‘Eucharist’ has its origin in the Greek word eucharistia, which is a translation of the Hebrew word berekah. All three words mean thanksgiving or gratitude. With grateful hearts Sunday after Sunday each of us bring different kinds of gifts to the Mass. “What do Christians bring to the Eucharistic celebration…

Got Kids? No matter the age…

For parents of children ages 3 to 12:  On Tuesday, May 29 at 7:30 pm, please come meet with Fr. Michael and Rebecca Malone to learn about plans for next year’s Children’s Ministry and to register your children.  We have exciting plans for new programs that we look forward to sharing with you.