Last Wednesday, we began the Lenten season and our walk towards Easter. This year we are using the Lenten Labyrinth to aid our walk of becoming closer to God.
Praying with a labyrinth is a form of mediation. It is a physical expression of our inner journey towards Christ and gives us time and space to listen and respond to the Lord.
Resurrection invites you to participate in walking the Lenten Labyrinth at the parish and within your Church of the Homes.
What activities will you participate in at Resurrection?
What activities will you incorporate into your Church of the Home?
Lead Me to the Cross by Francesca Battistelli
Busy Person's Daily Retreat
Register to receive a daily email containing a short reflection,
the One Word Lectio Divina video from Whatsoever You Do, Inc,
and the daily Scripture readings.
40-in-40 for Freedom House
Resurrection is walking the Lenten Labyrinth to Easter. Join us by walking 40 miles in the 40 days of Lent. Along the way, collect sponsors and donations for Freedom House.
Go to Resurrection's Facebook page to
post your miles walked and share your pictures of your walk.
Helping Our Brothers and Sisters in Ukraine
Resurrection stands with those in Ukraine.
We cannot truly understand the suffering that is occurring in Eastern Europe but we can be in solidarity with and support those affected.
CRS and their partners are responding and require immediate support to meet both needs in Ukraine as well as the needs of those forced to flee their homes as the situation intensifies. CRS and Caritas partners are ready to provide safe shelter, hot meals, hygiene supplies, fuel to keep warm, transport to safe areas, counseling support and more.
Join us for Mass this weekend in person at 4:oo on Saturday, 8:30 or 10:30 on Sunday, on www.gbres.org/live, our YouTube channel, and our Facebook page.
READINGS FOR THIS WEEKEND’S MASSES
VIRTUALLY SUNDAY REFLECTION
Who Are You?
Join Tony as he reflects on becoming followers of Jesus from this Sunday's Scripture readings.
This Weekend's Bulletin
(click to read)
2022 Bishop's Appeal
Planting Seeds of Faith at Camp Tekakwitha
Lives are changing in the north woods. At Camp Tekakwitha in Shawano, kids are drawn into a life of faith while experiencing all the fun of a summer camp. Faith is the common thread woven into fun camp activities like archery, kayaking and canoeing, games, water fun, and more. Each day opens in the chapel with praise, worship, and music. Meals begin and end with prayer and song.
Camp Tekakwitha is a place that leads young people to a transformational moment. Experiencing creation in this environment can be the most meaningful factor for young campers in understanding who they are as people of the Church.
Your gift to the Bishop’s Appeal makes a huge difference for Camp Tekakwitha. To make a gift today, contact the parish office, visit the Bishop’s Appeal website at www.catholicfoundationgb.org/give, or call Tammy at 877-500-3580, ext. 8123.
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