So what IS a Spiritual Bouquet?
When it’s an important day for someone — say a birthday, anniversary or something for which they need prayers, or you’d like to pray for them — instead of offering them “physical” gifts, we can offer them “spiritual” gifts. One can put together a “spiritual bouquet” for someone and one offers up items like: a Novena in their name, daily Mass Communion, a Rosary or a series of Rosaries, time spent in Eucharistic Adoration in front of our Lord, or simple prayers, such as an Our Father and Hail Mary, etc. Together these constitute a bouquet and are presented to the individual as their gift. We, as a Parish, will present a Spiritual Bouquet to our Priests on the anniversary of their Ordination. Cards are still available! You may get some at the Rectory or you can ask for them at the Volunteer Table after the Masses. The first set will be collected by the weekend of May 7th. If you have any questions, please call the rectory.289-553-1610
Thank you and please continue to Pray for our Priests ♥
This is stone that Jesus touched in order to support the weight of His tired body after Simon of Cyrene was made to carry the cross.
The Last Supper Room is a second-story room in Jerusalem that commemorates the “upper room” in which Jesus shared the Last Supper with the disciples. It is located directly above the Tomb of David and near the Dormition Abbey on Mount Zion.
Just outside of the (empty) tomb of Jesus…