A community that helps you on the way to Holiness - Una Comunidad que te ayuda en el camino de la Santidad
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 12:05pm.
Saturday 7:15 AM
First Friday of the Month
7:00pm. Misa de Sanación
Sunday 9:00am. Wednesday 5:30pm.
or by appointment.401-421-7070
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PARISH MISSION 2016
We are thankful to the Franciscans of the Primitive Observance; Fr. Andrew, F. Beauregard, Fr. Sean Patrick Hurley, Brother Felix Mary Waldron, and Michael Conard, Postulant; for leading our Parish Mission, celebrating Masses, talks to our Young and Adult Parishioners.
Also we had a great All Saints Celebration with families of our community, we thanks to our parish Young Adult Ministry "Manantial de Vida" for organized the event.
Life in the Spirit Seminar
What is this?
- This Seminar is commonly used by Catholic groups in the context of renewal in the Roman Catholic Church. It is an instrument for bringing people into a deeper experience of the work of the Holy Spirit. The Seminar offers the basic presentation of the Gospel and the basic teaching about what the Lord is willing to do for all who come to Him.
The Life in the Spirit Seminar is available for everyone and
provides a way to learn more about living in the Spirit. In the Seminar you can take steps which will allow Jesus Christ to establish, or restore, or deepen a relationship with you.
For Catholics who have experienced the sacramental graces, Jesus will give you a new and fuller relationship with Himself.
The gift of the Spirit fills our whole life and changes us so that we begin to know and experience God's love and the abundant life Jesus spoke of … "I came that they might have life and have it to the full." (John 10:10)
THE ADVENT WREATH
The Advent Wreath represents the long time when people lived in spiritual darkness, waiting for the coming of the Messiah, the Light of the world. Each year in Advent people wait once again in darkness for the coming of the Lord, His historical coming in the mystery of Bethlehem, His final coming at the end of time, and His special coming in every moment of grace.
The four candles represent the four weeks of Advent. A tradition is that each week represents one thousand years, to sum to the 4,000 years from Adam and Eve until the Birth of the Savior. Three candles are purple and one is rose. The purple candles in particular symbolize the prayer, penance, and preparatory sacrifices and goods works undertaken at this time. The rose candle is lit on the third Sunday, Gaudete Sunday, Gaudete Sunday is the Sunday of rejoicing, the progressive lighting of the candles symbolizes the expectation and hope surrounding our Lord’s first coming into the world and the anticipation of His second coming to judge the living and the dead.
WORLD AIDS DAY
We Prayed together at World Aids Day Mass, remembering the lives of all those who have died from HIV.
We give thanks to our Lord for our Celebrants in this special Eucharistic Celebration: our Pastor Rev. James Ruggieri, Deacon Eduardo Birbuet, Deacon Stephen Raymond and Deacon Tim Flanigan.
Parish Mission 2016
Life in the Spirit Seminar
World Aids Day