Saturday December 1st
5:30 pm AGAPE MEAL led by REV. DR. BRAD MUNROE
Out of the ashes of our broken world rises hope and the promise of a better way. A culture of death has taken a toll at home and abroad, but where there is death and despair people cry out for new life. Andrew has lived in Africa, in a culture of death. He served in the Peace Corps for over 2 years in Lesotho, where 1 of 3 people had HIV. He has taught about chastity across the globe from Cambodia to Uganda. He is currently the Executive Director of Universal Chastity Education (UCE). He will discuss the role of chastity in healthy living, and explain how this message translates to a message of hope for all cultures, for people of all ages.
8:00pm BISHOP FERNANDO ISERN opens the prayer vigil. Choose an hour to come and pray during the night.
Sunday December 2nd
7:00-8:00 am Eucharistic Adoration followed by 8:15 am Mass ending vigil, MSGR. TOM ADRIANS presiding
You are welcome at all or part of these events
Please RSVP 542-9248 for seating at all or part of this event or to select your hour for prayer during the night.
WHY are we doing this?: Forty percent of new HIV cases worldwide occur in young people aged 15-24. Thirty-three million people in the world are infected with HIV and two-thirds of them live in Sub-Saharan Africa. Prayer is needed on Saturday December 1st, 2012 World AIDS Day
WHO is invited:
Everyone is invited to pray with us. If you are unable to be present with us, we ask that you remember those suffering from HIV/AIDS in prayer from wherever you are.