Jan. 19-22, 2020: Cathedral Parish Mission

Save the Date for St. John's Cathedral Parish Mission!

January 19-22, 2020 with Fr. Peter Prusakiewicz

A Parish Mission is a parish awakening! A time for the whole parish to come together to reflect upon God’s word, to renew our faith, and to pray with open hearts. All are welcome to participate—long-time, new, becoming, off-and-on, former Catholics, and those of no faith. The Mission is for everyone, especially you and your family. Mark your calendars and plan now to participate.

Our Parish Mission will start Sunday, January 19th. Fr. Peter will preach at all the English Masses to invite people to attend the mission on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. After the Sunday 5 pm Mass the conference begins with the Merciful Hands of God.

Mon. Jan. 20 - The Secrets of Sister Faustina and St. John Paul II

8:30am      Mass with the homily by Fr. Peter

12:15pm    Mass with the homily by Fr. Peter

5:30pm      Rosary

6:00pm      Holy Hour in the Chapel with Confessions

7:00pm      Mass at the Cathedral with  the homily by Fr. Peter

8:00pm      Conference with the Healing Service with the Blessing with the Relic of Sister Faustina

** Refreshments in the Parish Hall

Tues. Jan. 21 - The Sacraments - Visible Signs of Invisible Graces

8:30am      Mass with the homily by Fr. Peter

12:15pm    Mass with the homily by Fr. Peter; Confessions after Mass

5:30pm      Rosary

6:00pm      Holy Hour in the Chapel with Confessions

7:00pm      Mass at the Cathedral with the homily by Fr. Peter

8:00pm      Conference with the Prayers for the Gifts of the Holy Spirit

** Refreshments in the Parish Hall

Wed. Jan. 22 - The Power and Love of St. Michael the Archangel

8:30am      Mass with the homily by Fr. Peter

12:15pm    Mass with the homily by Fr. Peter

5:30pm      Rosary

6:00pm      Holy Hour in the Chapel with Confessions

7:00pm      Mass at the Cathedral with the homily by Fr. Peter

8:00pm      Conference with the Chaplet of St. Michael and the Act of Consecration

** Refreshments in the Parish Hall

Father Peter Prusakiewicz Fr. Peter was born in Torun in Poland in February 1963 and ordained as a priest of the Congregation of St. Michael the Archangel on 26th May 1990. He now lives in the main headquarters in Marki, near Warsaw.

The main charism of the Congregation of St. Michael the Archangel is on the Holy Angels, as a religious order they run a publishing house, orphanages, schools, youth centers including working with the underprivileged and children with special needs. The Congregation are also involved in missionary work in 13 countries.

He has been the speaker and retreat leader at many conferences, retreats and parish mission in Poland and in many other parts of the world.

Comments

  • St. John's CathedralPosted on 1/02/20

    Gaye, thank you for your interest! We look forward to having you join our Parish Mission!

  • Gaye KaiserPosted on 12/28/19

    I’d like to join