Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Upcoming events: week of October 30

Sunday, October 30

* In the Extraordinary Form, Christ the King is celebrated on the last Sunday of October; Titular Feast of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest

St. Joseph Oratory, Detroit
11:00am High Mass with St. Joseph Cappella followed by Benediction and consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
~1:00pm All Saints Party: Children 16 and under dress like a saint of their choice and give a brief presentation allowing the audience to guess. The costume, presentation and attention to detail will be noted and a prize awarded to the best boy saint and the best girl saint. When voting, remember parents cannot vote for their own child. The faithful of all ages are invited to bring a dish to share: salad, sandwich/plate, or dessert.
6:00pm Solemn Vespers

Facebook event + Institute-Christ-King.org


Sunday, October 30
“THE POWERS OF ST. BENEDICT” with Fr. Ben Luedtke

Old St. Mary's Church, Detroit
Noon Mass with Fr. Ben Luedtke; 1:30pm seminar in the church
Free seminar on the life and miracles of St. Benedict. Learn about the St. Benedict medal and how it protects the bearers from evil. All attendees will receive a St. Benedict Medal and blessing.

OldStMarysDetroit.com + SaintBenedictProtection.com


Sunday, October 30
Free Movie: “JOHN PAUL II

AMC Southfield 20
3:00pm screening of "John Paul II", starring Jon Voight as the title character. Seating is first-come, first-serve and the theater is located at 25333 W. 12 Mile Road, West of Telegraph, Southfield, MI 48034



Sunday, October 30 – Monday, November 7 
Pray for this important election, starting on October 30th, promoted by PrayMoreNovenas.com
By Servant of God Fr. John A. Hardon, S.J.
Lord Jesus Christ, You told us to give to Caesar
what belongs to Caesar, and to God what belongs to
God. Enlighten the minds of our people in
America. May we choose a President of the United
States, and other government officials, according to
Your Divine will. Give our citizens the courage to
choose leaders of our nation who respect the sanctity
of unborn human life, the sanctity of marriage, the
sanctity of marital relations, the sanctity of family,
and the sanctity of aging. Grant us the wisdom to
give You, what belongs to You, our God. If we do
this, as a nation, we are confident You will give us an
abundance of Your blessings through our elected
leaders. Amen.


Tuesday, November 1
Honor all of the saints, known and unknown, the Church Triumphant
* A Holy Day of Obligation


Wednesday, November 2
Pray for the faithful departed, the Church Suffering

Plenary Indulgences, applicable only to the deceased for whom you wish to pray

Here is how you can obtaining a Plenary Indulgence on November 2, All Souls Day:
  • make a good confession within a week before or after All Souls
  • be free from all attachment to sin, even venial sin, for a plenary indulgence
  • visit a church to pray for the faithful departed
  • say one “Our Father” and the “Creed” during a visit to the church
  • say one “Our Father” and one “Hail Mary” for the Pope’s monthly intentions
  • receive Holy Communion, on the same day or soon after
To obtain a Plenary Indulgence from November 1-8
  • make a good Confession within a week of before or after All Souls Day
  • be free from all attachment to sin, even venial sin, for a plenary indulgence
  • visit a cemetery and pray for the dead
  • say one “Our Father” and one “Hail Mary” for the monthly intentions set by the Pope
  • receive Holy Communion worthily on the same day or soon after


Friday, November 4
Honor the Sacred Heart of Jesus


Saturday, November 5
Honor the Immaculate Heart of Mary

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