Friday, March 28: Fridays in Lent Series Continues with Barry Sullivan. Please join us at 7:00pm, on Friday night tomorrow, March 28, for Stations of the Cross, Benediction in the Anglican Use, and a simple Lenten supper and reflection by Barry Sullivan of Defend Life, nuclear engineer, Project Manager for the Department of Energy, father of two adopted children, and a former candidate for Congress in Southern Maryland. Barry will reflect on the many times that he has been involved in various charitable causes, pro-life activities, politics, everyday situations with the various moral challenges one runs up against, in a talk entitled, "Sowing the Seeds of Life, and Reaping a Lifetime of Joy." This is a popular talk that Barry has given in a number of Maryland parishes. All are welcome!
2) Friday, April 4: Fridays in Lent Series Continues with Fr. Jacob Straub. Please join us at 6:30 pm, on Friday, April 4, for Stations of the Cross, Benediction in the Anglican Use, and a simple Lenten supper and reflection by Fr. Jacob Straub. Fr. Straub is a priest of the Diocese of Covington, Kentucky, and is currently studying for his Licentiate in Systematic Theology at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Fr. Straub will reflect on "Lent and The Four Last Things" – death, judgment, heaven and hell – and how meditating on them in Lent can serve to remind us of our purpose in life, to receive the gift of grace necessary to save our souls. Note that Friday, April 4th, and Friday April 11th, the start time has been moved back to 6:30 pm, thanks to a broad consensus in the parish that an earlier time works better with most people's schedules.
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