Donna Cori Gibson Concert 3/10/19
St. Joseph and St. Anthony Parishes
invite you to a free concert
Sunday, March 10th, 6:00 p.m.
at St. Joseph's Parish (in the school gym)
Donna will be performing the Way of the Cross.
The Stations of the Cross will impact you like never before. You will really "experience" them. Each meditation on the 14 stations is in song and video form. Her beautiful voice and the deeply moving video scenes shown on a large screen, will allow you to be drawn into the stations like never before. Tissues handed out with every program! People are often moved to tears by this concert. Attending this concert on the First Sunday of lent is sure to help give you added strength with any Lenten resolutions and help to make 2019 your "best lent ever." Don't miss this wonderful opportunity. Donna has been featured on EWTN, Christian radio stations all over the world and is endorsed by names such as Scott Hahn, Jeff Cavins and more. We are so fortunate to be able to offer this concert here in Westphalia!
This is a FREE event and no tickets will be sold. St. Josephs and St. Anthony did not want to make this event unavailable for those who may not be able to afford a concert ticket. An optional Free Will Collection will be offered to help cover costs and to fund future events such as Wine & Shrine in the Westphalia/Folk area! Any donations will be greatly appreciated.
Light refreshments will be served after the program in the gym lobby.
*Feel free to share the concert information and invite others.
Need not be Catholic to enjoy this concert!
If you love Jesus you will come away from this event deeply touched. Please reach out and invite whoever you think may be interested.
(Click here for a web link to more info about Donna and her music)
A sample of Donna's music has been added to the St. Joseph and St. Anthony Community Page on FORMED.
Go to https://formed.org/community and log in to watch!
Relic Display 3/10/19
A traveling relic display will be in town the day of the concert. Dr. GregoryMary Thompson has been scheduled to do presentations for the SJS students on the Monday morning after the concert. He as agreed to set up the relics in a class room near the gym for viewing and veneration on the day of the concert. His display will be available for one hour before the concert and he will stay after the concert for as long as there is interest. You are permitted and encouraged to bring and touch your rosaries, medals and etc. to the relics. On Monday he will bring the relics to the children with Rosaries, Miraculous Medals, and Divine Mercy Images, they will be able to see and actually touch the Relics, and hear a 25 minute presentation on Eucharist, Mary, and Relics.
Just a few of the relics he will bring include: St. Padre Pio, St. Louis DeMontfort, St. Maria Goretti, St. John, St. Jude, St. Benard of Clarveau, St. Fransis of Assisi, St. Ann, St. Joseph, St. Jerome, Crown of Thorns, Crib of Jesus, Holy Sceplacure, and the Shroud of Tourin, water from the well of Mary's child hood home, and from the Jordan where Jesus was baptized. Some of the relics from St. Joseph's may be made available on this day also, if you have one in particular you would like to see there please contact Father Viviano or email at email@example.com.
*Thank you to Westphalia Trading Companies Bryan and Julie Boeckman for letting Dr. Thompson stay at their new Air B&B that Sunday evening making the relic display's possible!
Dr. GregoryMary Thompson is Director of the Marian Association and Eucharistic Apostle of Divine Mercy. Dr. Thompson is also a Marian Helper with the Marians of the Immaculate Conception at the National Shrine of Divine Mercy. He is also a Marian Catechist with Cardinal Raymond Burke based out of LaCross Wisconsen at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Guadelupe. Dr. Thompson is speaking at conferences from San Diego to Boston, but is now focusing in Missouri. He has spoken and helped organize Marian Family Conferences in 3 of the 4 Diocese in Missouri, and has held Parish Missions, Igniting a Fire in those Diocese also, along with speaking at Catholic Schools with Eucharistic Miracles and Relics. Dr. Thompson strives to make the words of St. Paul real in his life,
“I live now, not I, but Christ lives in me.”
FORMED Audio Book Club
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ABOUT THE AUDIOBOOK CLUB:
Sincere thanks to Melissa Karst for opening her lovely home and hosting a brunch for the October book club meeting!
Everyone really enjoyed this book and
we highly recommend it to anyone!
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