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HEALING THE WHOLE PERSON RETREAT
Hey friends check this out: There will be a Healing the Whole Person Retreat utilizing the Video Series content from JPII Healing Center with Fr. Jerry Byrd as the Chaplain and main presenter at the retreat. It is confirmed for July 12-14 at Mother of the Redeemer. The retreat will have recorded presentations from Dr. Bob Schuchts and Sister Miriam; opportunities for Mass, confession, and adoration ; personal reflection, and prayer ministry from trained prayer teams through JPII I AM Prayer Ministry and Encounter Ministries.
Contact Brie Anne Varick to register: bvarick@archindy.org
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Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary to Deacon Brad and Kathy Anderson!

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Celebrating
Father Carlton Beever’s 50th anniversary of ordination
To the priesthood of Jesus Christ
Save the Date!
Sunday, June 9, 2024
10:00 am Mass of Thanksgiving
Reception to follow (school gym)
St Mary’s Parish, Greensburg, IN
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We are looking forward to our Vacation Bible School Children singing songs at our 4:30 Mass this Saturday! ... See MoreSee Less

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We are looking forward to our Vacation Bible School Children singing songs at our 4:30 Mass this Saturday!

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Gentleness.
Often our world does not recognize the virtue of kindness or gentleness. But as caregivers this virtue is something we step into each day. We are continually expected to practice kindness by not lashing out in anger or frustration. By speaking the truth in charity. Gentleness, kindness and humility flow from an inner strength. Jesus models this gentleness, and his role in helping us with it, when he says:

“Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” Matthew 11:29-30

And remember to be gentle with yourself.
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Gentleness. 
Often our world does not recognize the virtue of kindness or gentleness. But as caregivers this virtue is something we step into each day. We are continually expected to practice kindness by not lashing out in anger or frustration. By speaking the truth in charity. Gentleness, kindness and humility flow from an inner strength. Jesus models this gentleness, and his role in helping us with it, when he says:

“Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” Matthew 11:29-30

And remember to be gentle with yourself.

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Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Eucharist:
Mary Gives the Evidence to Believe in Jesus
By Fr. Tim Oudenhoven, S.Th.D.


Our Lady of Guadalupe was happy to provide the bishop with his requested sign of proof. She told St. Juan Diego, “You will come back here tomorrow so that you may take the bishop the sign he has asked you for; with that he will believe you….” Juan Diego was convicted, and wanted nothing more than the fulfillment of Our Lady’s request to have a temple built for her Son.



The proof that Mary provided for the bishop was very personal to him. Bishop Zumarraga loved Castilian roses but had failed to bring rose bulbs with him to the Americas for his garden. Mary gave him precisely this flower as a sign of her love and trust in him.



Juan Diego’s faith also shines in this encounter. When he humbly presented the roses to the bishop, “all the different flowers, like those from Castile, fell to the floor.” Upon his tilma was imprinted the image of Our Lady as she had appeared to him. Juan Diego gave the bishop this image to place in his chapel for contemplation.



Juan Diego was given incredible gifts: an increase of faith and a special relationship with Our Lady. Yet, he did not hold onto them for himself. He dedicated the last seventeen years of his life to teaching everyone who came to encounter Mary at Tepeyac, pointing them always to her Son, especially in the Eucharist. Our Lady helps cultivate the gifts given to us, to use them in loving service of the Kingdom of God. Through our devotion to Mary, she uses us—our faith and lives—to be part of that evidence, even at times in spite of ourselves for the greater glory of God!

In what ways can you intentionally bear the Eucharistic Lord as a seal on your heart, just as St. Juan Diego bore the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe on his tilma?
How are you willing to become little in the eyes of the world so that Jesus may use you for Eucharistic Revival?
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CAREGIVER - Living It Out Challenge:

What are the worries and concerns that are stealing your sanity? Take two minutes and name-write down- your top five worries. Now look at them – what can you control? What can you not control? We cannot fix or smooth over some things. We cannot eliminate all worries and stress. But we can name them properly. And in so doing, we find a way to release the unnecessary so as to better focus on what is possible.
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