You are invited to attend a Day of Reflection at Our Lady of Angels Convent. Mishawaka (across from Marian High School) on Wednesday, December 4, from 9:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. The theme for the day is "Celebrate."
An Evening of Hope & Healing for those struggling with infertility and secondary infertility will be held on Tuesday, December 3 at 7 p.m. at St. Therese, Little Flower Church in South Bend. This special gathering will focus on the Advent spirit of waiting with hope, and will feature a witness talk by Notre Dame theology professor Timothy O’Mally and his wife, Kara.
On November 11 our school community honored Veterans and Active Service members with a special Mass at the Cathedral followed by a reception at the school. Our students wrote letters, decorated cards and placemats, and visited with these treasured members of our community.
Sunday, November. 10, 5 p.m., St. Matthew Cathedral, 1701 Miami St.
Join the Saint Matthew Cathedral community for an evening of adoration, praise, and opportunities to receive prayer. Confession will also be made available. All high school students and young adults are encouraged to attend!
One Hour, One Priest, Each Week, One Heart of Prayer
Day of Commitment - Thursday, November 14, 2019, After the 5:30 p.m. Mass
Many beloved Grandparents and Grand-friends joined our students for a beautiful Mass at the Cathedral with Fr. Gahan on October 18th. The Mass was followed by tours of the school, shopping at the Book Fair and enjoying refreshments in the gym, and photos with grandchildren and grandparents or grand-friends outside of the cafeteria. Thank you to Pattie Varner and Tess Cassady (our photographers) and HASA for making the event such a special day for our students and all their Grand-people!
Why pray for those who have died ? Even when someone dies in a state of grace (that is, in a fundamentally sound relationship to God), there may still be excess spiritual "baggage" in his or her life. He/She may hold an unresolved grudge or they may yet struggle with jealousy. While these imperfections have not destroyed their relationship with God, they still are inhibiting factors which must be resolved prior to their complete enjoyment of life with God in Christ.