Alpine Europe Pilgrimage – Featuring the Passion Play of Oberammergau

Parishioners,

We’d like to inform you of a rare opportunity to witness a world renowned passion play that is part of a centuries old tradition while visiting an area of Europe with rich historical and cultural significance.  Tickets are extremely limited, first come – first serve.

“The play’s presentation can be traced to 1633 when the Black Plague swept Europe.  The people of Oberammergau took a solemn oath:  if God spared them, they would present a day-long play depicting the last week in the life of Christ.  To this day they have kept their promise and every ten years the citizens of Oberammergau perform their passion play with the same love and devotion they have shown for over 380 years.  Today the play takes place on an open-air stage with a covered auditorium seating 4,700 against a beautiful backdrop of towering Alpine Mountains.”

Radiate: March for Life Pilgrimage in Washington D.C.

Radiate would like to invite you to join us on a pilgrimage to our nation’s capital as we march for the Sanctity of Life with our Catholic Family from St. Michael’s, along with other like-minded individuals from all over the world.  As Catholics, the right to life is crucial to our beliefs, so everyone is encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to join together with others as we march to express our support for this vital cause.

This will be a peaceful, spiritually uplifting, and potentially life-altering experience.

If you’d like to attend, then please fill out this WAIVER and CHAPERONE/REGISTRATION FORM

Look at our flyer, with a breakdown of the itinerary, for more information:

To What Kind of Love are You Called? (Formed.org)

We encourage you to watch this video, which is part of a series on St. Peter: “Dr. Tim Gray shows us how Peter points the Church to an all-encompassing love that crosses traditional lines and models how we are to love. Check out episode 9 of Lectio: Peter now!”

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Remember Parishioners, if you haven’t already signed up for Formed (essentially Netflix for Catholics— with streaming movies and documentaries, eBooks, audio, and more), then you can do so by entering this code: 2Z668F, in the “enter code” area of the formed.org homepage.  Formed curates a lot of educational content that applies to a wide variety of age groups and knowledge levels, from children to those well versed in deep theological matters.  Don’t miss out on this opportunity, which normally requires individuals to pay a subscription fee.