October 15 @ 6:00 PM—October 17 @ Noon
“For he came that you might have life, and life in abundance” – John 10, 10
Do you feel truly alive in your faith?
As Christians, sometimes we get burned out or come to a plateau in our faith. How do we keep the flame ALIVE? How do we stay grounded and alive in our faith? Do we give ourselves the chance and space to be renewed and to grow?
Come reflect with others about life in the faith, our obstacles and struggles, and ways to renew our call to missionary discipleship.
A collaborative effort by the Ignatian Spirituality Center, Maryknoll, the Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center, United Praise, La Red de Pastoral Juvenil, and the Office of Young Adult Ministry.
With Spanish and English tracks. Registration is sliding scale, and we also offer scholarships.
“Yo he venido para que tengan vida, y la tengan en abundancia” (Juan 10,10)
¿Sientes que tu fe está viva?
Como cristianos, a veces nos cansamos o llegamos a un punto en el que estamos atorados en nuestra fe. ¿Cómo mantenemos la flama encendida? ¿Cómo permanecemos enraizados en nuestra fe? ¿Nos damos la oportunidad y el espacio para ser renovados y crecer?
Ven a reflexionar con otros jóvenes sobre la vida en la fe, nuestros obstáculos y retos, y maneras en que podemos renovar nuestro llamado al discipulado misionero.
Este retiro es una colaboración entre el Centro de Espiritualidad Ignaciano, Maryknoll, el Centro Intercomunitario de Paz y Justicia, United Praise, La Red de Pastoral Juvenil, y la Oficina de Pastoral Juvenil.
Con pista en español y en inglés. El costo de inscripción es por escala móvil y también ofrecemos becas.
Saint Edward Catholic Men’s Group
Grupo Católico de Hombres de San Eduardo
Meeting on October 19 at 6:00 PM in the Social Hall
Reunión en el Salon el 19 de Octubre a las 6 PM
Our meetings are the 3rd Tuesday of every month. For our next meeting we will be reading Breathing Under Water by Richard Rohr and be prepared to discuss what we learned and how we can utilize the methods of the Twelve Steps to cleanse ourselves of all worldly addictions. Here is a description of his book.
Richard Rohr makes a case that the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous relate well to Christian teaching and can rescue people who are drowning in addiction and may not even realize it. To survive the tidal wave of compulsive behavior and addiction, Christians must learn to breathe underwater and discover God’s love and compassion. In this exploration of Twelve Step spirituality, Rohr identifies the Christian principles in the Twelve Steps, connecting The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous with the gospel. He draws on talks he has given for over twenty years to people in recovery and those who counsel and live with people with addictive behavior. Rohr offers encouragement for becoming interiorly alive and inspiration for making one’s life manageable for dealing with the codependence and dysfunction (sin) rampant in our society.
Contact Fr. Kaech
Go to formed.org/signup
- Choose “Sign up as a parishioner,” enter the parish’s zip code, 98584 and select your parish
- Register with your name and email address
Programas en Español –formado la fe católica a pedido
- Elija “Registrarse como feligrés”, ingrese el código postal de la parroquia, 98584 y seleccione su parroquia
- Regístrese con su nombre y dirección de correo electrónico
Se iniciará sesión automáticamente en FORMED durante este proceso de registro.
St. Edward Catholic Church serves the Shelton and Mason County community in the Seattle Archdiocese. St. Edward is a parish filled with the joy of the Lord. We serve others as though we are serving Christ Jesus. We pray to further communicate our need for Jesus in our life. As we continue our faith journey let us never forget that Jesus is always with us.
We welcome everyone whose visiting, looking for a new parish home and those returning to the Catholic faith and are happy to serve you in Jesus Christ.
|Sunday: 8:00 AM English
10:00 AM English
12:00 Español Tuesday: 9:00 AM, except second Tuesday after second Monday
Wednesday: 9:00 AM English Thursday: 9:00 AM English Friday: 9:00 AM English Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM English
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Celebrating the Year of St. Joseph
Pope Francis has declared a Year of St. Joseph, which began on December 8, 2020, and will continue until December 8, 2021. The celebration marks the 150th anniversary of the proclamation of St. Joseph as patron of the universal church. As the pope said in his letter announcing the year, St. Joseph “teaches us that amid the tempests of life, we must never be afraid to let the Lord steer our course.” Special prayers are traditionally offered to St. Joseph each Wednesday and especially during the month of March. (The solemnity of St. Joseph is celebrated March 19.)