Scholarship Application 2015
with Fr. Henry Frascadore and Still Small Voice
Tuesday, March 17th , 2015
7:00pm in the Church
Snow date is Thursday March 19th
Lent calls us to reflect on who we are and who we are called to be. Reflection requires time set apart, ‘sacred space’. The Parish of the Future Education Committee invites you to enter sacred space with An Evening of Reflection in Poetry and Song, with Father Henry Frascadore and Still Small Voice, on Tuesday, March 17, at 7:00pm, in the sanctuary of the church.
Father Henry has long been a writer of both short stories and prose. Since his retirement in 2008, he has produced several volumes of poetry. The third, entitled Harmony, was published in February, 2015. All of Father’s works, whether about the gospels or simply about a walk in the park with his faithful black lab, Ramsey, are infused with a profound spirituality that resonates with readers and listeners.
Still Small Voice is the name discerned by a group of six women for their ministry of music and song. Together, Father Henry and Still Small Voice use their talents to create a presentation of poetry and song that offers praise and thanksgiving, healing and hope.
After the presentation, Father Henry’s books will be for sale. He will gladly sign them, and offer a paw print from Ramsey, as well. In addition, a CD of poetry and song will be available for a free will offering. The CD, entitled Conversations After Sunset, contains selections of poetry from Father Henry’s book of the same title, along with complementary music performed by Still Small Voice.
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February Partners In Faith Supplemental Materials:
February PIF Supplemental Materials
Please enjoy the attached document: A journal-style experience of Medjugorje, by Fr. Ron May. His wish for you is that all could experience this wonderful journey; if not in person, maybe transported there by his words!
Trip to Medjugorje
Have you considered leaving a gift to your church in your will?
A gift in your will can have a huge impact on the life of your church. For many churches, regular giving is absorbed in ‘keeping the show on the road’ –paying the parish share, insuring and heating the building, repairing the roof and so on. A gift from your estate can help to ensure that the parish continues for generations to come.
Gifts in Wills are an important part of Christian giving. Many of us give regularly to the church each week or month from our income; why not from our estates too? It’s also a way to give thanks to God for the gifts of your life and lifetime.
When we genuinely see ourselves as God’s stewards, entrusted to use His gifts to us for the good of our families, the Church, the needy and in thanksgiving, we should also take Will-writing seriously – setting God’s affairs in order and stewarding them wisely to the end of our time on earth and beyond.
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