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Lent

Talk one of four on “Lent & Life: A Journey of Conversion.” Talk theme: “Baptism as a Sacrament of Conversion” by Precious Blood Sister Joyce Ann Zimmerman. Event includes Exposition, Adoration, more.

Deacon Peter Auriemma, MD, from the Diocese of Phoenix will present a talk on Christ’s physical death on the cross, part of a weekend of events at St. James of the Valley and several other parishes. A professional urologist, Dr./Deacon Auriemma will speak about crucifixion and other physical aspects of

Fr. Tim Scheher, long-time professor at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West, will present a three-part series on readings from the Gospel of John used in the RCIA program. Three consecutive Wednesdays. March 8: “The Samaritan Woman at the Well.” March 15: “The Man Born Blind” March 22: “Lazarus Raised

“The Personal Experience of the Eucharist: The Embrace of the Beloved” talk by Father Jim Schotte, pastor of St. Leo the Great parish.

Bishop Joseph R. Binzer will celebrate this rite for people being baptized and confirmed this Easter. All welcome, family and friends especially encouraged to attend.

Bishop Joseph R. Binzer will celebrate this rite for people being baptized and confirmed this Easter. All welcome, family and friends especially encouraged to attend.

Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr will celebrate this rite for people being baptized and confirmed this Easter. (Note: Dayton and Springfield Deaneries will participate in this celebration.) All welcome, family and friends especially encouraged to attend.

“Come Watch With Me: The Perfect Storm” Join with Mike Davis, Director of Pastoral Care at Bayley Place, in prayer, meditation and music as you walk the Via Dolorosa/Way of the Cross in the church Sanctuary, focusing on the life, death, and ultimate resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus

A contemplative prayer service developed by a unique community of monks in France, Taize prayer uses chants and other simple melodies. This candlelit prayer event will last approximately 45 minutes.

Pancake supper at Newport Lounge (in Hailstones Hall) and prayer service at Bellarmine Chapel. Supper includes activities for adults and children. Following an ancient Catholic tradition, the “alleluia” will be buried outdoors at the prayer service and the palms from last spring will be burned for Ash Wednesday ashes. Space