Rich Harter, Director of the John Paul II Center for the New Evangelization, will lead the three nights of reflection, prayer, and music that explores Mercy Given – Mercy Received – Mercy Shared. The merciful love of God has come to meet us in the person of Jesus. He seeks us out, calls us by name, and touches our wounds with healing mercy. Loving us past our brokenness on the cross, Jesus sets us free and sends us out to give his gift of mercy to others.
Each night will feature a powerful message, beautiful music, and an invitation to serve during this Year of Mercy. The Sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration will be available on Tuesday night and receptions will follow in the church hall on Monday and Wednesday nights.
Lenten Small Groups
Have you joined one of the small faith-sharing groups that will meet for four weeks this Lent? Small groups offer the chance to form relationships to help you feel connected and known to your fellow parishioners. These groups also offer the opportunity to talk about how faith might matter in your everyday life. We ask you to prayerfully consider taking part. The groups will be led by fellow parishioners, with a variety of times and locations available. To choose a small group, visit http://tinyurl.com/LentenSmallGroups2016 or contact Andrew Musgrave, 414-271-6577 or email@example.com.
For reflections, events, almsgiving information and more, visit our Family of Four Parishes shared webpage for Lent: mercycallsyourname.org.