Therefore, brethren, stand fast; and hold the traditions which you have learned, whether by word, or by our epistle. 2 Thes 2:15
Adoration and devotions on Election Day
From Fr. Heilman:
Adoration all day on Election Day –
St. Mary of Pine Bluff,
Tuesday, November 6
from 7:00 AM when the polls open until 8:00 PM when they close.
5:30 PM Mass,
6:00 PM Chanted Vespers,
6:15 PM 15 Decades of the Rosary,
7:45 PM - Benediction.
Please consider setting all of Tuesday aside for prayer and fasting for our country.
Tomorrow night at the Adoration Chapel at Blessed Sacrament, we will be praying from 7-8 pm. Hope you can join us! Please vote pro-life + pray for all the candidates and our country
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I walked out onto my deck this morning to be greeted by the first snowfall of the year---ugh.
It occurred to me, as a Catholic, maybe this was a sign from God of his descending Grace renewing humanity----or that the Lutherans are right and God is just trying to cover up the s**t pile of humanity so He doesn't have to see it.
I guess we'll know later tonight.
(this comment is more humourous if you understand the theological differences between Catholics and Lutherans on the relationship between Grace and Nature).
Answer: God was covering over the s**t pile.
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