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Holy Resurrection Byzantine Catholic Parish Newsletter

• 2nd Sunday of the Great Lent 

Dear Parishioners and Friends of our Parish,

To encourage your participation in the Synodal Process, Holy Resurrection is sending the regular newsletters with updates and catechetical materials. Your active participation in Synodal Process is crucial for the flourishing of our Byzantine Catholic Church in the United States!

What you can find in today's newsletter?

Word from Ann Seabright

A number of people who have completed the survey have expressed a desire for a place on the survey to write comments. The survey has been standardized by Catholic Leadership Institute for ease of comparison between parishes and eparchies, but we encourage you to provide us with your comments, so that we have a better understanding of our parish. You may share your comments by writing them on the form provided in the back of the church, labelled “Comments from the Parish”; you may post them on our website: https://holyresurrectionbyz.org/survey-additional-comments or you may email them to HolyResurrection@parma.org. Those who are not attending church in person and do not have email, may simply mail comments to Holy Resurrection. You may sign the paper form or remain anonymous, but we do request that you indicate your age bracket, as on the survey. Emailed comments will, of course, not be completely anonymous. There is a box in the back of the church for completed paper surveys and comments. Please complete your surveys by April 4.

We asked that each adult member of the parish fill out a survey, but the survey includes an age bracket “under 18.” The Eparchy clarified that high school aged children who want to complete a survey are welcome to do so, and they may also submit comments.

Any comments that you write will stay in the parish; they will not be sent to the survey company or to the Eparchy. The Pastoral Council would very much like to know what you have to say. Your comments, along with the results of the survey, will reveal what our parish does well and what it should do better. The more people who fill out a survey, the easier it will be to improve the parish plan for spiritual growth, and the way we live the Gospel.

Catechesis on Beatitudes

Series of talks explaining Beatitudes, inspired by lectures of Fr. Jozef ZORVAN: "Beatitudes as Guidelines to Life".
Please, note that these talks are not keeping up with the ZOOM meetings. Our next meeting on ZOOM will cover 7th Beatitude: "Blessed are peacemakers".

ZOOM Invitation to Weekly Meeting

SAME LINK EVERY WEEK

Topic: Beatitudes - Blessed are Peacemakers
Time: TUESDAYS 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/91203551923?pwd=VjVpV3NVMWV0N0tSTU4yMWY0cEFwdz09
Meeting ID: 912 0355 1923
Passcode: 532532
One Tap Mobile
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Weekly Word from Bishop Milan

On this Second Sunday of the Great Fast, Bishop Milan Lach, SJ tells us about the destructive nature of sin.

LENTEN EVENTS AT HR

SAVE THE DATE - March 20 - Parish Mission with Fr. Alex Clark

Join us next Sunday for Parish Mission with Fr. Alex Clark from St. John Vianney Parish in Mentor, OH.
9:30 A.M. - Divine Liturgy
11:00 A.M. - Coffee Social
11:45 A.M. - Fr. Alex’s Talk in church
12:45 P.M. - End of Talk/Opportunity for Questions
1:00 P.M. - Excerpt from Forgiveness Vespers
1:15 P.M. - Invitation to stay & pray in church; Confession opportunity
 

SAVE THE DATE - March 29 - What God is Not Podcast Live at HR

SAVE THE DATE - March 31 - Canon of Andrew of Crete

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