KPF Community Head Allan Gierran explains why the sacrament of the Holy Eucharist is the summit and heart of the Catholic faith in this faith sharing event on 27 July 2014, Sunday at the Sts Peter and Paul Parish Church Hall in Johnsonville.
A similar event will be held earlier on 20 July 2014, Sunday at St Mary’s Parish Hall in Palmerston North. (See post below.)
“This session will surely make every participant value the celebration of the Holy Mass and grow their intimacy and nourishment with the guidance of the Holy Spirit,” said Gierran.
The Formation and Teaching Ministry of the Kapatiran Prayer Fellowship, organizer of this event, also tackles other basic teachings of the Catholic Church such is Mariology and The Foundation of the Church which was held earlier in March this year.
For inquiries, you may contact KPF Wellington Branch Head Joey Ibarra at 021 183 4607.
The Johnsonville Clan, that is, Johnsonville, Newtown, Levin and Single Ladies prayer groups, will be having its family day on 12 July 2014.
The group will be having a day trip to Wairarapa and will be visiting points of interest in the region. The day will start with a farm tour at The Wool Shed in Masterton where they will be able watch sheep dogs at work, sheep shearing and wool weaving demonstrations. A lunch picnic to enjoy the colours of autumn follows at the popular Queen Elizabeth Park just across the street. They will also be visiting mysterious Stonehenge Aotearoa in Carterton. Other stops include Paua World where the ladies could shop for paua jewelries and items, and Schoc Chocolates in Greytown for sweets to take home.
The Levin prayer group will be meeting the rest of the clan in Masterton with the latter getting there together though a hired bus.
As Newtown prayer group head Joey Ibarra says, “a day with the family and with brothers and sisters in faith is a day with the Lord.”