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I know how to celebrate the 4th – at the Carmel! July 1, 2014

Posted by Tantumblogo in awesomeness, Basics, Dallas Diocese, General Catholic, Glory, Grace, Interior Life, Latin Mass, sanctity, Tradition, Virtue.
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I asked in the previous post whether or how faithful Catholics should celebrate Independence Day.  Well, here is one really good idea – skip the fireworks and offer up prayers for the conversion of this nation and its government/leaders with the Carmelites in Dallas!

All Night Adoration starts at 5 pm, and goes all night until 7 am!  There are TLMs at 8 pm and 3 am with Confession generally before and after each Mass!  Vigil ends with First Saturday NO Mass.

There is also the Confraternity of the Holy Face devotions Sunday at 3:30 pm.

All information here ——>>>>>  Allnightcarmelites_july_ 2014

The nuns will storm Heaven!

Sadly, I will be out of town and will be unable to attend.  If you would, in your charity, say a prayer for my travels and my being around heavy farm machinery and numerous firearms.  Another way to celebrate this nation’s independence is to engage profligately your 2nd Amendment rights!  I plan on expending hundreds of rounds!  We’re going to have a “mad minute” exercise, to see who can fire the most at least somewhat aimed rounds in a minute from their semi-autos.  I will win, even though I don’t shoot girly 5.56!

There is also Adoration with Benediction at St. Peter’s in Dallas on July 4. I believe the Benediction is in Latin, but MJD may have to correct me.  MJD, I lost the times, leave a comment or send an e-mail and I’ll update.  Other parishes around, like St. Mark, also have 24 hour Adoration on First Friday.

 

 

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1. Magdalene Prodigal - July 1, 2014

Planning to pray for our country at an all night adoration.

2. MJD - July 1, 2014

other First Friday Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Confessions and Mass

Exposition starting at 5:30 PM
Confessions, starting at 6:30 PM
Benediction in Latin/English before 7:00 PM Mass
Holy Mass at 7:00 PM
St. Peter the Apostle Church
2907 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Dallas, TX 75204
phone: 214-855-1384
http://www.stpeterdal.com
Off of 75 Central Expressway Service Rd, Between Clark & Allen. Parking lot next to Church & in the Notre Dame School Parking Lot on Allen Street.


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