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Jan 2016

How to Obtain Indulgences in the Year of Mercy   Pope Francis: “to experience and obtain the Indulgence, the faithful are called to make a brief pilgrimage to the Holy Door, open in every Cathedral or in the churches designated by the Diocesan Bishop, and in the four Papal Basilicas in Rome, as a sign of the deep desire for true conversion.”   –    Bishop Noonan has decreed that the designated Holy Door for the Diocese of Orlando is located at the Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary, Queen of the......

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Oct 2015

November 2nd All souls Day Many on this day appreciate the opportunity to pray for their deceased loved ones. Monday Nov 2nd we will have mass at 6:30,  8:15, 12 noon and 7pm with a special remembrance for those who lost a loved one this past year....

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Oct 2015

Please plan to visit the Don Bosco Hall after 7:30 or 9 am Mass on Sunday, Oct. 18, for a delicious breakfast, your choice of pancakes, sausage, and cheese omelettes.  You can also shop at our boutique.  You will be supporting our work in our sister parish in Honduras....

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06
Oct 2015

Sunday, Nov. 1st children may come dressed as their favorite Saint and trick or treat at the 9 & 11 Masses. We will need people to bring in bags of candy to give out, so if you can, please do....

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23
Sep 2015

I recently read pastor and author Mark Holmen speak on the role of the family in inculcating faith. He presented research by the Search Institute on the most significant religious influences on a child’s faith. It isn’t the programs at their church, the pastor or their youth pastor; it is their parents,  particularly the  mother being the most influential and the father the second most influential. That’s right the parents play the most crucial role. Wouldn’t it be easier if the answer were to outsource our children’s spiritual lives to a professional,......

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17
Aug 2015

HEY! Your spouse is Not God ! In a popular TED talk titled “The secret to desire in a long-term relationship,” psychotherapist Esther Perel, who has counseled hundreds of couples who are having trouble in their marriages, notes how we tend to expect too much from our husband or wife. Dr. Perel says, Marriage an economic institution in which you were given a partnership for life in terms of children and social status and succession and companionship. But now we want our partner to still give us all......

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