ADMINISTRATION: Stewards of His Love

March 2020

‘Laudato Si’ and me! March 5

Please join us for viewings of Ten Takeaways from ‘Laudato Si’ - James Martin, S.J. YouTube and Why we Need to Talk About It Climate Change -Katharine Hayhoe YouTube

Thursday, March 5, 7:30 - 9:00 pm, in the Church Hall at St. Bart’s. A discussion will follow to talk about Individual, Family, Community Actions to Address Climate Change and how we can make a difference. Please contact John Hisle (johnhisle1@icloud.com) for details. Download the flyer HERE

 

 

Healing Mass with Fr. Ubald, March 11

There will be a Mass of healing on Wednesday March 11 at 7 pm celebrated by Fr. Ubald Rugirangoga from the Diocese of Cyangugu, Rwanda. Confessions will be heard starting at 6PM.

Download the flyer HERE

During the 1994 genocide Fr. Ubald lost over 80 members of his family and over 45,000 of his parishioners were exterminated. He escaped through the Congo on foot in the middle of the night. When he left Rwanda at that time he made a promise to his Bishop that he would return to bring healing to his people. 

Fr. Ubald has an amazing healing gift and his focus is on healing, forgiveness and evangelization wherever he goes. The Government of Rwanda seeks him out for advice on forgiveness and reconciliation as the country continues to rebuild after the devastation of the genocide. He continues to preach healing in Rwanda, the Congo and Burundi where it is not uncommon for crowds from 10,000-80,000 to come. He has traveled all over Europe, the Holy Land and other parts of Africa. He made his first trip to the United States in 2009, at the request of Immaculee Ilibagiza, author of Left To Tell, another genocide survivor, who currently resides in the US. You may learn more about Fr. Ubald and his work by going to: frubald.com, or his documentary at secretofpeace.com

So please come, bring a friend, and tell others to join us for this special Mass of healing. Fr. Ubald also encourages you to pray for others who cannot attend.  Jesus is not limited to time and space. We look forward to seeing you there.

Annual Women's Retreat: March 12

The Annual Women's Lenten Retreat will take place on Thursday, March 12, 2020.

Download the flier HERE!
 

Men's Lenten Retreat: March 14

The Annual Men's Lenten Retreat will take place on Saturday, March 14, 2020.

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Bone Marrow Match Needed!

A young athlete in Bethesda has an aggressive cancer. Can you register with Be a Match as a potential bone marrow or peripheral blood stem cell donor?

Kindly download the flyer for more information. Give the gift of life!

May 2020

Remember our 8PM Sunday Mass!

Remember that St. Bart's hosts the last Sunday Mass in Montgomery County at 8.00 p.m. with music by a professional Christian Rock Band. See some pictures HERE! If you have been away for the weekend, taken a vacation, or had to catch a sporting event, our 8.00 p.m. Sunday Liturgy offers you the perfect opportunity to go to Mass.
 

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‘Laudato Si’ and me! March 5

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Healing Mass with Fr. Ubald, March 11

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We welcome all to the St. Bartholomew parish community. We strive to live a sacramental life centered on the Eucharist, committed to living and spreading the message of Jesus Christ through worship, education, service, faithful witness and careful stewardship.

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