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Fevereiro 23
All Day
Spirit@Work Retreat
Where is the Spirit calling you? Catholic Campus Ministry of the Diocese of Fall River invites college-age men and women to this retreat to reflect on your gifts and how you are called to use them. Join other young adults in learning about Ignatian tools to discern where God is calling you. You will hear talks from your peers, reflect on your own and in small groups, and celebrate the Eucharist. Register for the Spirit@Work Retreat here Questions? Contact Deacon Frank Lucca at 508-999-8872 or flucca@umassd.edu
Fevereiro 24
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Natural Family Planning: Good for the Body, Good for the Soul
St. John the Evangelist Parish in Attleboro is offering this brief presentation with time for questions on the beauty and benefits of Natural Family Planning (NFP). Resources will also be available. Couples as well as young women are invited to attend. Presenter will be Monica Bergeron, a Certified Fertility Care Professional. She holds a degree in human biology from Brown University and trained at the Pope Paul VI Institute for Human Reproduction in Omaha, Nebraska. She is certified by the American Academy of Fertility Care Professionals and is in private teaching practice in Rhode Island.
Fevereiro 24
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Diocesan Council of Catholic Women Meeting
All women of the the Fall River Diocese are invited to this meeting of  Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. Guest speaker will be Father Freddie Babiczuk and the topic will be "Mary and Elizabeth, Women of Faith." Father Babiczuk is pastor of the three parishes that make up the Taunton Catholic North Collaborative, St. Anthony, St. Jude, and St. Mary. Light refreshments will be served at the meeting. If you have questions, please call Ann Marie Melanson at 508-631-0533 or email frdccwannmarie@gmail.com Snow date will be Saturday, March 2.
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Generations have been drawn to our area by its teeming ocean, safe harbors, plentiful lakes, ponds and streams, abundant inland rivers, and picturesque coastlines. Wherever you are in the The Diocese of Fall River, we are all connected by our waters and the Eucharist.
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We come from all walks of life. Our dreams, beliefs, experiences, and backgrounds are unique to each of us. But as we navigate life’s triumphs and challenges, inevitably our paths intersect on a common road.
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“Actions speak louder than words” resonates more today than ever before. We’ve been tested by many challenges and our parishioners and communities have voiced their concerns. We’ve heard and are taking action.
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We are a Diocese of people with many backgrounds—socially, economically, geographically, and culturally—but we are united in Jesus Christ, especially in the Eucharist.
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Whoever you are, wherever you go, and wherever you’ve been, you will always have a home in Jesus Christ. The doors of our Church and the arms of our faith community are open to all seeking God’s love.
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Lent, the forty-day season of prayer, sacrifice, and almsgiving in preparation for the joyous celebration of Easter, begins on Ash Wednesday, which this year is February 14, 2024.

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