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Please join us for an hour of prayer through song. Come and open your heart and allow God to speak to you. As a family of faith, let us experience God’s Mercy with gratitude.
In some way all of us have been touched in a negative way by this pandemic. What a great way to emerge from it; together in prayer. Let us come out of this stronger than ever in our faith. We may have been shut down in many ways, but God has never and will never abandon us. There is no better way to reconnect as a parish than through prayer. Come as you are and worship with your Church family. We need you, miss you, and would love to see you.
Divine Mercy Sunday
April 11, 2021
Our Divine Saviour Catholic Church
1205 Love Ave.
|Taylor Tripodi from Cleveland, Ohio is on a mission to put people in an encounter with Christ through true, good, and beautiful music. After serving the Church for 2 years as a youth minister, her desire to bring hope to broken, hurting souls has led her to become a full-time musician, singer-songwriter, and worship leader. Taylor’s music and ministry has led her all around the world, most recently leading worship in the Holy Land in Israel. This past year she was named one of the top 30 Catholic artists in the world. In her spare time, she writes blogs for Ascension Press and loves spending time with her 8 younger siblings and her big, Italian family. Taylor presently resides in Nashville, TN.|
Deborah Blakey and Laura Frizzell were presented the Gartland Service Award December 5, 2020 by the Most Reverend Stephen D. Parkes, D.D., Bishop of Savannah. Plaques to commemorate the achievement were presented by council number 10541 of the Knights of Columbus. The award is an honor bestowed by the Diocese of Savannah on people who have given distinguished service to the church in the tradition of its first bishop, Francis X. Gartland, who served from 1850-54. The recipients, nominated by their pastors, are volunteers who have worked quietly behind the scenes to make a difference in parish and community life.
Annual Catholic Appeal Prayer
O Mary, you always brighten our path as a sign of salvation and of hope.
We entrust ourselves to you, Health of the Sick, who, at the Cross, took part in Jesus’ pain while remaining Steadfast In Faith.
O loving Mother, you know what we need, and we are confident you will provide for us as at Cana in Galilee.
Intercede for us with your Son Jesus, the Divine Physician, for those who have fallen ill, for those who are vulnerable, and for those who have died.
Intercede also for those charged with protecting the health and safety of others and for those who are tending to the sick and seeking a cure.
Help us, O Mother of Divine Love, to conform to the will of the Father and to do as we are told by Jesus, who took upon himself our sufferings and carried our sorrows, so as to lead us, through the Cross, to the glory of the Resurrection.
Father Peter ask that the letter from Bishop Parks updating the COVID-19 Dispensation from Mass Attendance be forwarded to all parishioners.The letter from Bishop Parks and the update regarding the COVID -19 Dispensation from Sunday Mass Attendance are attached below in both English and Spanish. The attachment is 4 pages long so please read to the end.
Beginning with the First Sunday of Advent, November 29, 2020 the dispensation from Sunday Mass attendance is granted only for the following:
1. Those who belong to vulnerable populations due to age or health.
2. Caregivers and those who live with those in the vulnerable populations due to age or health.
3. Those who are sick or have symptoms.
4. Those who suffer from extreme uneasiness or anxiety from being in an public places in this time of pandemic.
During this time of the pandemic Holy Communion will be distributed as follows:
Those who receive Holy Communion by the hand should come to the altar first.
Those who wish to receive Holy Communion by the mouth should come to the altar after all have received by the hand.
God Bless You and Your Families,
Padre Pedro pide que la nueva carta del Obispo Parks sobre la dispensa del COVID 19 para no asistir a Misa sea distribuida. La carta del Obispo Parks y la actualización de la dispensa del COVID 19 para no asistir a Misa están adjuntas en inglés y español. El archivo es de 4 paginas asi que lean hasta el final.
Empezando con el primer domingo de adviento, noviembre 29, 2020 la dispensa para no asistir a Misa es solo para las siguientes personas:
1. Aquellos que son parte de la población vulnerable debido a su edad o salud.
2. Cuidadores y aquellos que viven con personas vulnerables debido a su edad o salud.
3. Aquellos que están enfermos o con síntomas.
4. Aquellos que sufren de extrema ansiedad de estar en lugares públicos en este momento de pandemia.
Durante este tiempo de pandemia la Sagrada Comunión se distribuirá de las siguientes formas:
Aquellos que reciben la Sagrada Comunión en la mano deben venir al altar primero.
Aquellos que desean recibir la Sagrada Comunión en la boca deben venir al altar después de que todos los que la reciban en la mano ya la hayan recibido.
Dios los bendiga y a toda su familia,