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Lenten Rice Bowl
Rice Bowls will be available on Ash Wednesday throughout lent in the Narthex. Please take one home and deepen your Lenten experience.
Stations of the Cross
Each Friday during Lent come pray the Stations of the Cross. After the 8:00 AM Mass and at 7:00 PM each Starting Feb. 20th
Summer Fest Planning
Need 6-8 more helpers for the Summer Fest Committee. Please don't wait for a personal invite. Come next Thur. (Feb 26) at 5pm in the meeting room. This event is an important fundraiser for our Parish and the Parish Picnic.
School Open House
Holy Redeemer invites New Families (Pre School - 7th Grade) to an Open House on Wednesday 2/25/2015 from 6:00-7:30pm. Come and meet the Principal (Ms. Webster), meet the teachers, and tour all the class rooms. This Open House is for New Families only. We can't wait to meet you! Visit our website www.holyredeemershcool.info.
Join Matthew Kelly, the best-selling Catholic author in America, on a life-changing journey through your Best Lent Ever. Each week, participants will receive short videos and inspiration from Matthew that explain the genius of Catholicism and empower them to become the best-version-of-themselves.
It’s simple and completely FREE. The only cost is your commitment to live better each day this Lent. Go to DynamicCatholic.com/BestLentEver/1
The Consecration to Jesus through Mary
This is a collaborative event among Parishes. Opening Feb 20th, 6:00 PM at St. Phillip Church with guest speaker Sr. Katherine Maria Mueller of the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Still River, MA. Closing on March 25th, 7:00 pm at On the Feast day of the Annunciation at Corpus Christi. It's 33 Days to Morning Glory. Are you ready to learn the quickest, surest, and easiest way to holiness? In our hectic day and time, Saint John Paul II, and Blessed Mother Teresa knew that the quickest way to be transformed into a saint is through our Blessed Mother Mary by doing the Consecration. If you are unable to attend the opening or closing, you can still do the consecration. The book, 33 Days to Morning Glory, or St. Louis DeMonfort are available by calling Ruth Lutz (457-7798). The books will be available at the opening ceremony.
Vanderburgh Co. CASA
Vanderburgh County CASA is seeking volunteers in the community who are interested in becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate. CASA volunteers are compassionate, objective, self-motivated individuals from the community who are trained to speak on behalf of abused and neglected children involved with the Juvenile Court System. There are currently over 500 children on the waiting list for a CASA volunteer.
The most important qualification for a prospective volunteer is the desire to help children. In order to be eligible, a potential volunteer must: Be 21 years of age or older. Have a minimum of a high school diploma or a GED. Have a clean criminal history. Obtain references (personal and/or professional). Complete a screening interview with CASA staff. Complete 30 hours of pre-service training. Complete 12 hours of in-service per year.
If you are willing and able to meet all of these requirements, please join us at the Vanderburgh County CASA Office to learn more about becoming a CASA volunteer. An informational session will be held at 728 Court Street, Evansville, IN on Monday February 23, from 5-6pm. Please call 812.424.5825 to reserve your spot. Training begins March 31 for 5 weeks on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Please contact parishioner, Allyson Breeden, at email@example.com or 812-589-3578 for additional information.