Bulletin Announcement for April 13-14, 3rd Sunday in Easter

3rd Sunday of Easter
In standing before his disciples, Jesus proves his presence in the flesh, offering them what they needed more in that moment: peace of mind.

Despite the disciples feeling that all had been lost, Jesus connects with them like he did his followers on the road to Emmaus. Through the scriptures, he helped them see that his death was not a tragedy, but a triumph.

Jesus wants to do for us what he did for his disciples—to provide the strength to look into the future with a sense of hope and trust. Today, remind yourself to let Jesus give you his peace and open your mind to his wisdom!

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Rachel's Vineyard Retreats
What: Rachel’s Vineyard is a safe space to renew, rebuild and redeem hearts broken by abortion. Held all over the world, these retreats offer you a supportive, confidential, and non-judgmental environment where woman and men can express, release and reconcile painful post-abortion emotions to begin the process of restoration, renewal and healing. The weekend will help your soul find a voice and transform the pain-of-the-past into hope and love.Cost includes two-night accommodations, meals and retreat materials. Financial help available to those in need.
When: April 26-28, 2024
Where: Augustine Retreat Center, Conway, MI
Cost: $220 (financial aid available)
Contact to register and more information: Jane O’Brien, 231-675-1715, jobrien4611@gmail.com
Kristyn Lent, 231-838-8383, kristyn63@icloud.com
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Up North Catholic E-Newsletter

The Diocese of Gaylord has recently launched a weekly e-newsletter that will help deepen your understanding and relationship with God. Subscribe now and receive a variety of faith-based content including Bishop Walsh's "Checking In" video via email every Wednesday afternoon. Sign up today: dioceseofgaylord.org/subscribe.

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