Bulletin Announcement for April 27-28, 5th Sunday of Easter

5th Sunday of Easter
In this week’s Gospel, Jesus speaks of his desire to remain connected with each of us. Unlike the natural occurrence of the separation between a child and parent, God wants something different from us.

As we continue to mature in our lives, God asks us not to be independent of him. In fact, we must come closer to the realization of how much we need Him.

The more we strive to be near him, the more our own hopes and desires begin to align with his plan for us. He promises us that we can ask and receive. Open your heart to truly receive Jesus in your life—then, take a breath and let God take the lead.

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Michigan Young Adult Hiking & Rafting Pilgrimage
Friday, July 26 – Sunday, July 28, 2023

Open to ages 18-39, this exciting weekend includes: Mass, prayer, campfires, swimming in Lake Huron, the opportunity to meet friends from across Michigan, and grow closer to God!

Registration deadline: July 1. Spaces fill up fast. Learn more and reserve your spot today: pilgrimage2024.eventbrite.com

Sponsored by the (Arch)Dioceses of Detroit, Lansing, Saginaw, and Gaylord. Open to all young adults throughout Michigan and beyond.


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