Weekly Update August 23, 2017

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The parish is gearing up for another full year of learning, serving and growing and we encourage you to scour this week's edition for information.


This month's food collection for St. Patrick's Food Pantry is: Peanut Butter and Canned Chicken

Generations of Disciples - We are well underway preparing for Generations of Disciples, our parish faith formation. This year's theme is "Our Spiritual DNA: Church History and Our Story". Families of all shapes and sizes and all parish members and guests are welcome to join us on the 2nd Wednesday of the month for speakers and grade-level learning. Visit www.gbres.org/faithformation for more information and/or click here to register.

First evening is Wednesday, September 13th! Check out our new theme song for the year!


Final Dates for Pictorial Pictures! Click here to book or call the parish office.
If you haven't scheduled your pictorial pictures yet, now is the time! Final dates are booking up:

September 19, 20, 21, 22, 23

August 27th, 2017 Autumnfest - come for food, fun, games and time with our wonderful community as we celebrate the end of summer and the coming of autumn! Click here for more information!

August 29th, 2017 Blood Drive - 12:30-4:30 in the Gathering Area

Mark Your Calendars!

Looking for community? Check out our book clubs and Bible studies!

September 21st, 2017 at 7:00pm, Dr. Robert Wicks

“Prayer in the Catholic Tradition: Exploring the Other Side of Your Soul”

When Fr. Bede Griffiths went to India to establish a Christian contemplative community he said that he was also going there to “explore the other half of my soul.” Catholic prayer is so much richer than many people realize. In this lively, informative, encouraging, and sometimes challenging presentation, Dr. Wicks will offer practical approaches to learning, practicing and sharing a vital prayer life that can, in Jesus’ words, “make all things new.” Topics will include making friends with a gospel, deepening your own “rule of prayer,” and “simple approaches to contemplation,” and “dealing with resistances to prayer.”

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