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First Friday at the Carmelites this Friday PLUS Plenary Indulgence! July 29, 2013

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This Friday is First Friday for August.  The Carmelite Chapel in Dallas welcomes YOU to join them in their monthly all-night vigil with TLMs at 8p and 3a, in addition to Confession, Rosary, Liturgy of the Hours (Novus Ordo), and all night Adoration!  This First Friday is devoted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and a Plenary Indulgence is available for souls properly disposed:

The conditions to obtain the Plenary Indulgence of the Forgiveness of Assisi (for oneself or for a departed soul) are as follows:

* Sacramental confession (during eight days before or after the dates below)

* Participation in the Mass and Eucharist.

* Recitation of the Apostles’ Creed, Our Father and a prayer for the pope’s intention. [Or, a Pater Noster, Ave Maria, and Gloria, as well as the prayer for the Pope’s intentions.  You must also have no attachment to sin to receive the indulgence. This last bit is the hard part!  If you do have attachment to sin, the indulgence is partial.]

The Portiuncula Indulgence is a grace not to be missed, not only for yourself but for the many souls suffering in purgatory.

The dates are from noon on August 1 until midnight on August 2, the feast of Our Lady of the Angels.

The All Night Adoration starts at 3pm and ends at 7am the following Saturday morning.

God Willing, I will see you there!

Note: I only have the flyer for last month’s First Friday Adoration at the Carmelite Chapel. So, all the dates are wrong, but the rest of the information is valid:–>> Allnightcarmelites_july2013

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