St Raymond’s offers a study of the
first five books of the Old Testament (the Pentateuch, Torah
or Law of Moses). In addition we look at how the Sacred
Scriptures serve as the foundation for Catholic doctrine and
teachings. The program is offered every Tuesday morning
from 9:30 to 11:00 A.M. (except for holidays) in the Parish
Hall in the basement of the Church; and again on Tuesday
evenings from 7:30 to 9:00 P.M. in the same location. Classes
will be offered from Tuesday, Sept. 11 until Tuesday, May 14.
The series will consist of lectures and discussions led by Bob
Ward (MA in Theology with concentration on Sacred Scriptures
from Notre Dame Graduate School of Christendom College).
The course is also related to the Great Adventure: A Journey
Through the Bible presented by Jeff Cavins on EWTN. No
prerequisites or prior study required. All are welcome. Please
bring your Bible. For further information please call Bob Ward
at (703) 644-5873 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We will offer a modified weekday Mass schedule from July 30th through August 3rd. The following Masses will be celebrated:
Monday (7/30) – 8 am Mass
Tuesday (7/31) – 6:30 am Mass
Wednesday (8/1) – 8 am Mass and 7 pm Mass
Thursday (8/2) – 6:30 am Mass
Friday (8/3) – 8 am Mass
Saint Raymond’s Christ House Committee is serving up Dinner for guests at Christ House in Alexandria on Friday, 30 June.
We are serving up Chicken BBQ Sandwiches with Baked Beans, Mac n Cheese, House Salad, Watermelon, and Chocolate Cake. Suggested recipes and sign-up sheets are available in the narthex and via PerfectPotluck.com. Drop off your food items at the parish hall kitchen window on Thursday (6:30a – 7 pm) or Friday (6:30a – 12 noon). You may drop off your $ donation by the Parish Office and get a tax-deductible donation form. Feel free to contact Maria Sánchez-O’Brien at email@example.com or via the Committee account at ChristHouseCommittee@StRaymonds.org to sign up or if you have any questions. Thank you for helping St. Raymond’s Committee in our service mission to feed the hungry and nourish bodies and souls.
Graciously in Christ,
St. Raymond’s Christ House Committee
Maria Sánchez-O’Brien and Patrick O’Brien, Joe and Karen Adelman, Jackie Kruse, Denise Anezin, Cindy Leaf, Beth Berger, Theresa Heaney, Betsy Ryan, Pat Greco, Leslie Schratz, Craig Sweigart, Mariel Spiritosanto, and Bob and Pauline Ferguson
This week is a modified Mass schedule. Monday 8 am only, Tuesday 6:30 am only, Wednesday 8 am and 7 pm, Thursday 6:30 am and Friday 8 am and 7 pm EFM (Latin).
The upcoming Italian Dinner Night on Saturday May 12th is in need of volunteers to bake Italian Cookies as the Master Pastry Chef, Cindy Leaf, ran into a snafu and her oven is broken and it will not be repaired or replaced until after May 12th!
Please consider baking two or more dozen Italian Cookies in your home ovens OR join us in the parish kitchen on any of the following dates and times to bake in the parish kitchen: 1) Monday, 9 am-4pm
2) Tuesday, 11am-4pm 3) Wednesday, 9 am-9pm 4) other times on Thursday and/or Friday — TBD
To receive a recipe(s), please e-mail Cindy Leaf at Cleaf@cox.net (or to receive via text, call her cell at 571-215-9634) AND sign up on our perfect potluck site at https://perfectpotluck.com/meals.php?t=WFPH6432&v=4be8e06d27 so Cindy can keep track of the types and dozens of cookies being baked. And, thank you for your help during this Cookie Crisis!
If you choose to bake cookies at home, you may pick up your ingredients TODAY, Saturday or Sunday. Stop by the Parish Kitchen for your Recipe(s) ingredients between 3 and 6 pm TODAY, or from 2-5 pm on Saturday and 12 to 5 pm on Sunday.
Regarding delivery of baked cookies, please deliver baked, cooled, and wrapped cookies to the parish hall at the kitchen window by 12 noon on Saturday, May 12th.
Thank you for your efforts to help get the Italian Dinner Cookies baked in time for the Italian Dinner Night!
To God be all the Glory!
We are on a modified weekday Mass schedule the weeks of April 9th and 16th. Monday, Wednesday and Friday there will be no 6:30 am Mass. Tuesday and Thursday there will be no 8 am Mass.
Gender Ideology: the Cultural Challenge and the Catholic Response will proceed regardless of FCPS Inclement Weather Policy.
Formed: A Lent to Remember
A Lent to Remember explores the ways God reaches out to each of us with his mercy. Through Christ’s suffering on the cross in the Paschal Mystery and his perpetual reception of his people in the Sacrament of Reconciliation, God makes his love, his very self, present to us in the world. By reflecting on the Paschal Mystery and making a step-by-step examination of the Rite of Confession, A Lent to Remember communicates God’s invitation to each one of us to come experience his indescribable love this Lent.
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