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The Whatsoever You Do Outreach Program has been active at Little Flower for going on thirty years. That may be news to some people attending Mass today. The Outreach Program has evolved over the years; today, the program assists families primarily with paying utility bills, especially to avoid disconnection, and rent, especially to avoid eviction. We wish we could do more. We receive 175-200 calls each month and are limited to helping 30-35 families. Most of the available funds are committed in the first week of each month, typically between $5,000-$6,000.

April 27-28, 2019
Lidenwood Retreat Center, Donaldson, IN

Encounter with the Beloved will help married couples to look at where we have been, where we are now and where the Lord is leading us to go. It will be a time to delight in our beloveds, to heal from past disappointments and to be refreshed to continue anew in following the Lord’s call. 

How will you choose to make this a truly "Holy" Week?  If we don't try to focus on it, this week won't appear any different from the rest, except perhaps for the Easter candy we find in stores.  Certainty Good Friday should be a day of fasting (eating less) and abstaining from meat, as is a universal law of the church for all between ages 18-59.  Besides that, we need to do our part to make this week special, according to our particular circumstances and preferences.  Here are some possibilities to choose from:

St. Matthew Cathedral
Monday, April 15 at 7:30 p.m.

Bishop Kevin Rhoades invites all priests, sisters, brothers, deacons and lay people of the diocese to attend this Mass. At this Mass the Holy Chrism is consecrated and the Oil of Catechumens and Oil of the Sick are blessed. This beautiful Mass manifests the communion of the priests with their bishop in the same priesthood and ministry of Christ.
Come for some festive family fun!
April 14, 2019, following the 9:30 a.m. Mass

- Bring your own basket!
- We will meet in the Parish Center gym.
- We will have a little bunny area so our little friends are not missing out.
Passiontide is now here!  Here is a description from an article from the website Aleteia, which I highly recommend for when you would like to read about your faith.  (excerpt from https://aleteia.org/2017/03/30/what-is-passiontide/)

"Traditionally the final two weeks of Lent in the Roman Rite are used as an immediate preparation for the sorrowful events of the Easter drama. It is a period of time to focus more and more on the Passion and death of Jesus and so accompany him on his way to Calvary.

Meet other Young Parents! Bring your little ones to play and chat with other people in similar seasons of life!

We will be alternating Moms one week. Dads the next.
Starting with Moms on Monday, April 8 at 6 p.m.
We will meet in the Upper Room and have refreshments for both kids and adults alike!
A Haven for Healing offers spiritual renewal for those who have experienced the loss of a child from abortion.  Do you suffer from carrying a secret that makes you feel isolated? Have you received the Sacrament of Reconciliation and yet cannot forgive yourself? Are you tired of carrying the burden of guilt and shame? A Haven for Healing can help.