The Most Precious Blood Calendar lists updated liturgical celebrations, events and meetings.
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Reconciliation is cancelled for Thursday, April 24th. The next opportunity for reconciliation will be this Saturday, April 26th from 3:30 -4:30 pm.
Today is a special day for our parish. We celebrated Mass together for the first time nine years ago today, and moved onto the campus three years ago!
FAITH FORMATION FOR CHILDREN & YOUTH
Faith Formation Class Schedule
Sunday Classes (Kindergarten) 9:00-9:50am
April 27/ May 4
Tuesday Classes 4:45-6:00pm & 6:30-7:45pm
April 22, 29/ May 6, 13
Wednesday Classes 4:45-6:00pm & 6:30-7:45pm
April 23, 30/ May 7, 14
Congratulations to our 107 newly Confirmed. May your Confirmation be a new beginning in your faith journey!
Please pray for our 119 students who will celebrate First Holy Communion at the weekend Masses of April 26/27 and May 3/4. We celebrate with each as they join us at the ‘Table of the Lord’.
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Click here for the Confirmation Sponsor Form.
The canonizations of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II April 27 will mark a historic moment for the Catholic Church.
For more information about the canonzation, visit usccb.org.
Wondering what all the buzz is about concerning Christ Renews His Parish? CRHP, as it is commonly called, is a retreat experience put on by parishioners for parishioners of Most Precious Blood. There are two retreat weekends - one for women and another for men. Christ Renews His Parish is a life changing retreat experience that will bring about conversion in your life and a closer relationship with our Lord. Please consider joining us for the next retreat weekend as we witness God's presence in our lives and in the lives of others in our community. For more information on taking part in this extraordinary weekend, visit the CRHP Retreat Table on the weekend of April 27th.
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Reflect on the glory of the resurrection with Bishop Michael D. Pfeifer in an audio retreat. Click here for the link to usccb.org.
Divine Mercy Sunday April 27
The Feast of Divine Mercy was established by Pope John Paul II who canonized St.Faustina on April 30, 2000 and declared the second Sunday of Easter (the Sunday after Easter Sunday) as “Divine Mercy Sunday”. The Novena in preparation for Divine Mercy begins on Good Friday and ends on Saturday, nine days later. We are asked to pray the Chaplet and the prayers of the Novena each of the nine days. Beginning on Monday,April 21, we will recite the Divine Mercy Novena at 8:45AM before the 9:15AM Mass.
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Click here for how to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet.
Join us Sunday, April 27 for Eucharistic Adoration in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel from 1 PM-5 PM. The recitation of the Divine Mercy Chaplet begins at 3 PM.
Men's Bring Your Own Bible (BYOB)
All men of the parish are invited to participate in our morning bible study on Saturday,April 26, at 8am in St. Colette meeting room. We will be discussing the upcoming Sunday's Reading.
National Day of Prayer
We are celebrating the National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 1, at 11AM on the grounds of Oviedo City Hall at 400 Alexandria Blvd. All are welcome to attend to pray for our Country. For more information or questions please... CONTACT: Ingrid Bryant at 407-977-1921