St. Cecilia’s Council of Catholic Women

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Holy Spirit Catholic Church

Adult Faith Formation, virtual classes!!
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St Michael (Who is like God?)
Gabriel (Strength of God)
Raphael (Medicine of God)

Heavenly King,You have given us archangels to assist us during our pilgrimage on earth.

Saint Michael is our protector; I ask him to come to my aid, fight for all my loved ones, and protect us from danger.

Saint Gabriel is a messenger of the Good News; I ask him to help me clearly hear Your voice and to teach me the truth.

Saint Raphael is the healing angel; I ask him to take my need for healing and that of everyone I know, lift it up to Your throne of grace and deliver back to us the gift of recovery.

Help us, O Lord, to realize more fully the reality of the archangels and their desire to serve us.

Holy angels, pray for us. Amen.

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Save the Date! October 8th at 8 PM, eastern! The 100 Year History Book Virtual Launch Party! Trivia challenge and prizes! Stay tuned to this spot (and check your emails) for specific information on the Zoom party. #centennial #booklaunchparty #trivia

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Please join us for the September 16, 2020 Member Call led by Kathy Bonner who will be discussing Domestic Violence and preparations for Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October 2020). Learn what you can do in your parish and community! September 16th at 4:45 pm (PT), 5:45pm (MT), 6:45 pm (CT), and 7:45 pm (ET). Call in number: 515-606-5163 Access Code: 703993#

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The September #Rosary call on September 13th will be said for medical personnel and first responders. Call in information in the photo. All are welcome!

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Today we celebrate the Feast of the Assumption of Mary, a day to reflect on Mary’s remarkable life and honor her great gifts. Religious scholars and theologians, like Sr. Elizabeth Johnson in "Truly Our Sister," note that Mary was born in Nazareth, a tiny Galilean town of about 1,600 people. She was a brown skinned, first-century Jewish woman who belonged to a peasant family. She lived in poverty, unable to read or write, and her daily life and labor were hard. Yet she stands as one of the most celebrated women in history, the Mother of Jesus and the Mother of the Catholic Church.
On this feast day, we remember the life and death of Mary. We celebrate Mary’s bravery and willingness to say YES when asked by the Angel Gabriel to become the mother of Jesus. We recall the love shared between Mary and Jesus as she urged her son to help a friend at a wedding and he did. We marvel at her unflinching courage to endure the pain of watching the Roman Empire torture and crucify her son while never leaving his side. We rejoice, as she did, when the glory of the resurrection was revealed confirming God never abandons us.
On this feast day, we call on Mary to protect the young mothers, the children, and all vulnerable people struggling with the health and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic that has brought communities to a precipice. This includes the families of the more than 160,000 Americans who have died from the virus as well as the families grappling with new infections every day here and around the world. We ask Mary to be with the millions of low-wage workers here in the U.S., disproportionately in Black and Brown communities, as they struggle to put food on their tables and keep a roof over their heads.

We also summon the courage of Mary to continue our work to ensure Congress passes legislation to protect families like hers - the most vulnerable, the often forgotten. God’s love of those struggling in poverty is clear: Mary, a lowly, brown, peasant woman became the mother of God’s son. This is a holy paradox and a great lesson for those who seek to follow Jesus.

Let us commit today to fight for the bold and comprehensive legislation our people need to maintain their health, their dignity and their ability to thrive. Let us push past the forces of the State who fail to see, recognize or respond to the needs of those in poverty. Their willful indifference and deception condemns the vulnerable to misery and death.

On the Feast of the Assumption of Mary, let us follow in Mary’s footsteps.

Holy Mother Mary, pray for us.

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Every month on the 13th, NCCW hosts a #Rosary Call. Everyone is welcome! The August NCCW Rosary Call will be August 13th at 4:45 pm (PT), 5:45pm (MT), 6:45 pm (CT), and 7:45 pm (ET).

Call in number for ALL calls: 515-606-5163 Access Code:

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"This is really what priesthood is: Going where our Lord calls us." With Coronavirus cases rising in Texas, a group of young priests in the Diocese of Dallas are ministering to those in the late stages of the virus. EWTN's Colm Flynn talks to two of those priests.

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God never abandons us! #ThankfulThursday

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Join Caroline from ChurchPOP in praying the Holy Rosary LIVE with others from around the world.

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During the month of June we will be praying for racial reconciliation and for an end to the pandemic LIVE on the #ChurchPOP FB page, Wednesday-Friday @ 5pm ET!

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After much prayer and discernment, the National Council of Catholic Women, has made an informed decision to postpone our Centennial Convention 2020 until August 25 - 28, 2021, when we are able to celebrate together safely. Our concern for your health and wellbeing as well as that of our partners was the primary reason for this decision.

If you have already registered for the 2020 Convention, an NCCW staff member will be calling you in the next few weeks to discuss your refund.

We are ever so grateful for your continued support and we look forward to celebrating together in 2021!!!

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The Holy Spirit, Our Heavenly Road Map - Blessed Is She Wednesday of the Sixth Week of EasterSee Readings on USCCB Reading 1 Acts 17:15, 22—18:1 After Paul’s escorts had taken him to Athens, they came away with instructions for Silas and Timothy to join him as soon as possible. Then...READ MORE

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Want to increase your devotion & understanding of Mary and how she draws us closer to Jesus? Join Sr. Jennifer and I for this book study that starts May 20th! See details below. Email: [email protected] or call after 10 am on Saturday: 504-887-7631.

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As is customary on the 4th Sunday of the Easter Season, the gospel of the "Good Shepherd" is proclaimed today. Jesus is described as both Shepherd and Sheep Gate; the One who lays down his life for his sheep. It is no coincidence that this Sunday also marks the World Day of Prayer for Vocations established by Pope Paul VI in 1964. Today we are invited to pray for those who shepherd us and have responded graciously to the Lord’s call through the priesthood, diaconate, religious life, societies of apostolic life, or secular institutes, as well as for those still in discernment. Join our own university chaplain, Fr. Tom Dymowski, O.SS.T., as he shares a bit about the call he answered 40 years ago and the journey that brought him to the Order of the Most Holy Trinity and of the Captives (Trinitarians). We also give thanks and pray for all our Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word ... for without your sacrifice 150 years ago, UIW would not be what it is today!

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"How incredible it is that in the midst of this pain we are reaching out and latching on to our heavenly mother, and asking her 'Please help us! Help us find the way! Helps us find where this pain is coming and offer us HOPE , offer us a SOLUTION!'"

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Bishop Edward J. Burns, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas, shares a message of hope for this Holy Week and Easter, during this "Lent like no other".

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When their public fish fry events were cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns, the Knights of Columbus at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Duncanville decided to do something special instead -- they fried up their fish with all the fixings to give to local EMT workers.

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