The Holy Family models for us what family life should embody.  

Family is the foundational unit of both society and the Church and the framework that generates virtue for both parents and children. In it we find God, and learn how to connect with God and with others. The family is where love is freely given without self-interest. It is where we learn to love, to pray and to practice the gift of charity. Pope John Paul II has said, “The family, more than any other human reality, is the place in which the person is loved for himself and in which he learns to live the sincere gift of self” (Nov. 27, 2002).

The Holy Father's Intentions for the Month of February 2019

Human Trafficking: For a generous welcome to the victims of human trafficking, enforced prostitution, and violence. 

Feasts for February

The feasts on the General Roman Calendar celebrated during the month of February are:
February 2 - Presentation of the Lord, Feast
February 3 - Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
February 5 - Agatha, Memorial
February 6 - Paul Miki and Companions, Memorial
February 8 - Jerome Emiliani; Josephine Bakhita, Opt. Mem.
February 10 - Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
February 11 - Our Lady of Lourdes, Opt. Mem.
February 14 - Cyril and Methodius, Memorial
February 17 - Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
February 21 - Peter Damian, Opt. Mem.
February 22 - Chair of St. Peter, Feast
February 23 - Polycarp of Smyrna, Memorial
February 24 - Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday

The Mass: An Introduction is presented by the Archdiocese of Mobile in association with 4PM Media. The series features Archbishop Rodi with Fr. Victor Ingalls, Dr. Norman McCrummen, and Dr. Allison Meyer. The series asks four questions:
1. Why worship on Sundays?
2. Why a meal?
3. Why do we worship the way we do?
4. Why does the extraordinary come to us in ordinary ways?

 

Part One

 

Part Two

 

Part Three

 

Part Four

Attend Sunday Mass with us; there is no better way to begin your week.

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