Nationally Touring Catholic Drama In Darien, IL – October 5th – “TELL ALL SOULS ABOUT MY MERCY”

A Nationally Touring Catholic Drama Must-See!

 

 “TELL ALL SOULS ABOUT MY MERCY”

Our Lady of Peace Church

701 W. Plainfield Road, Darien, IL 60517

Wednesday, October 5TH, 2011

 -7 pm –

Much more than a normal night out at the theater, or an evening of prayer, the husband and wife team, Dave and Joan Maroney, presents a compelling mix of music, lights and sound to convey the message of Jesus, The Divine Mercy, and the writings
of Saint Faustina Kowalska.

Are you searching for peace? Suffering in any way? Having a hard time being able to forgive? Do you know someone who is dying or have children that have fallen away from the faith? If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, learn how to find peace, hope and healing from this compelling presentation.

Come and learn about Divine Mercy!

No charge for admission. Free will offering requested.

Divine Mercy Sunday Celebration May 1st, Our Lady of Peace, Darien, Illinois

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Father Walter’s Library of Letters

Father Walter’s Library of Letters

Father Walter is the pastor at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church
in Darien, Illinois.
 

He tries to publish a new pastoral letter in each week’s church bulletin.
The collection is growing rapidly. Here’s an excerpt from a recent one:

Advantages of Spiritual Growth

Nothing motivates us like having a goal. The motivation gained from having goals comes specifically from the fact that we now have good reasons to do something. Isn’t it fair to say that following Christ is our goal? Allowing for our assent to this question, what can we say then are some good reasons for being spiritual? I am going to try to respond to this question from the perspective of a family person.

The first reason is the one people most commonly share with me. “I want to insure that I and my family go to heaven.” I cannot be anymore simple in discussing this one. I want to be saved. I want my family to be saved. I want to be with them when we die. The very thought of one
of my loved ones being lost to God is repulsive. So, on this basis
I and my family attend Mass and go to Confession …

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