Sixth Resumed Sunday after Pentecost and the Thirty-third of the Year – This week’s bulletin for Mary Immaculate of Lourdes, Newton:
Front cover: The altar of St. Leo Magnus (Pope Leo I, reigned 440-461 A.D.) in St. Peter’s basilica, Rome, by Alessandro Algardi (1602-1656 A.D.) The scene depicts the brave encounter Pope Leo had with Attila the Hun who was set to attack Rome in 452. Despite his ruthlessness and the helplessness of Italy lying before him, Attila the
King of the Huns retreated, seeing a vision of the Apostles Peter and Paul waving protective swords over Pope Leo as they were meeting.
Pastor’s Note: Mass Migration Past and Present
Weekly Scripture Study on Luke 24:13-35; Weekly Bible Study on the Epistles of St. Paul – Collosians; Bake Sale for the support of Fr. Desire Salako’s Mission in Liberia; Information about upcoming Advent Book Study featuring the book Marriage and Family in Sacred Scripture by Fr. Joseph Briody of St. John’s Seminary; Parish Announcements; Parish Fellowship; Parish Religious Education; Music Program; Mass Propers; Calendar of Masses and more.
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