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REMINDERS: Special Adoration at Mater Dei Aug 1, and All Night Vigil at Carmel! July 31, 2014

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Mater Dei Latin Mass parish in Irving will have Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament from 7am until 6:30pm this Friday, Aug 1.  This is for the special intention of praying and offering penance for the persecuted Christians in the Mideast.

In addition, there is the regular All Night Adoration at the Dallas Carmel starting at 5 and going till 7am on Saturday.  So, you could go hardcore adoring for 24 hours, and possibly change the world!  How awesome is that?!

Of course, every time we pray and fast, we change the world, at least a tiny bit, into a better place.  More on the Mater Dei Adoration below:

Eucharistic Adoration  Friday, August 1 – 7:00a – 6:30p Mater Dei Latin Mass Parish 2030 East State Highway 356, Irving, TX 75060 Masses at 6:30a and 12:10p | No Adoration during Mass The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter asks all of its apostolates around the world to dedicate Friday, August 1 to a day of prayer and penance for the Christians who are suffering terrible persecution in Iraq, Syria and elsewhere in the Middle East. Please sign up as soon as possible, as we will only be able to offer Adoration at times when people are signed up. Please check the parish website on Thursday, July 31st, for confirmed Adoration times

Adoration is a great work of charity to Our Eucharistic Lord!  But tied in with this ongoing persecution in the Middle East, it is also a great spiritual work of mercy if we offer our prayers and penance for those suffering this fireball nightmare genocide!

I pray many readers (myself included – with my big mouth) are able to assist at one or the other of the Adorations.  Other area parishes like St. Mark also have 24 hour Adoration on Friday, or for shorter periods, so get out at least to a parish near you!

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Of course, we can always go visit Jesus in the Tabernacle. We should not wait for specific Eucharistic Adoration to do that!

But this Friday is a special event, for a special purpose.  I pray there is just a huge storm of prayers to Heaven for these suffering brethren.

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