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Annunciation of the Lord Parish Mission, March 3, 2013 - Reasons to Believe

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Parish Lenten Mission; Annunciation of the Lord Parish, Ottawa, ON, Canada March 3 - 5 from 7:30 tp 9:00 PM During this Year of Faith, Pope Benedict XVI has called for the whole Church to have an encounter with Christ. Encounter Jesus, our Eucharistic Lord, who strengthens and transforms us as we offer our lives to Him. Through a rediscovery of the gift of faith the Lord wants to grant each one of us renewed joy and enthusiasm for communicating the faith to others. Schedule 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm, Sunday - Reasons to Believe: Why it is reasonable to believe in Jesus Monday - Offering your life to God: the Eucharist as Sacrifice Tuesday - Drawing new life from Jesus: the Eucharist as a Sacred Banquet Followed by Adoration... Speaker Fr. Terry Donahue, CC is the Director of Lay Formation and Chaplain to the Lay Associates for the Companions of the Cross. Ordained to the priesthood in 2000, Fr. Terry has since taught 15 lay formation courses on topics in apologetics, spirituality, Ignatian discernment and evangelization. He also teaches high school Religion at Maryvale Academy, an independent Catholic school in Ottawa. He is also a presenter on the Food for Life television program and the weekly Reasons to Believe program on Radio Maria. Fr. Terry has a strong background in science and technology, having received a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and having worked for five years as a computer graphics programmer. Below ...



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