The Mass: The mumbled part of the Mass
The mumbled part of the Mass
The Nicene Creed, for many people, feels like a bunch of big words and concepts that we just mumble through.
But it’s actually a very concise statement of what Christians believe, filled with many statements that were debated ferociously during the first centuries of the Church.
Watch this short video to better understand and appreciate the Creed:
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An excerpt from
POPE FRANCIS: REJOICE AND BE GLAD
An often overlooked Church teaching
53. The Second Synod of Orange taught with firm authority that nothing human can demand, merit or buy the gift of divine grace, and that all cooperation with it is a prior gift of that same grace: “Even the desire to be cleansed comes about in us through the outpouring and working of the Holy Spirit”.
Subsequently, the Council of Trent, while emphasizing the importance of our cooperation for spiritual growth, reaffirmed that dogmatic teaching: “We are said to be justified gratuitously because nothing that precedes justification, neither faith nor works, merits the grace of justification; for ‘if it is by grace, it is no longer on the basis of works; otherwise, grace would no longer be grace’ (
Social hour 6PM with Bunco at 7PM Bring $5 and an appetizer or dessert to share. Door prizes would be greatly appreciated.
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Bishop Robert Barron's 'THE MASS' parish video and discussion program! WEEK FOUR: WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10TH AT 7PM
Plan to attend on Sundays from 9am - 10am or Wednesdays from 7pm - 8pm in the Woodward Center!
Tuesday, October 16th
6PM Social with Bunco at 7PM
$5 and an appetizer or dessert to share
Email Pat Miller to rsvp:
or call the parish office at 812-425-3369
Women's Bible Study
Walking with Purpose is being renamed to Women's Bible Study for better clarity. We will be running a 6 week course starting the week of October 14. We will be offering 3 times: 9AM Sunday mornings, 7PM Tuesday evenings as well as Thursday mornings at 8AM.
Sent by St.Benedict Cathedral on Tuesday, October 9 at 2:00PM