Upcoming Eucharistic Revival Events
This new year marks the start of the Diocesan-wide Eucharistic Revival! Throughout the year, will be hosting various Eucharist-themed events. Keep stopping by to see the latest updates.
Starting in February, we will be featuring preschool through teen books on Adoration, the Eucharist and Holy Mass. Pamphlets, books and coloring pages will be available. Stop by the library and check out a book today!
Even though Parish Mission has ended, you can listen to the audio recordings anytime, anywhere by clicking here! We invite you to a deeper encounter of our Lord Jesus through the mystery of the Eucharist, our Source and Summit of the faith.
For the week of April 24th, all are welcome to stop by throughout the week to see this exhibit! This Eucharistic miracle exhibit was created by Blessed Carlo Acutis and became a witness to the miraculous manifestation of Jesus in the Holy Eucharist. On Saturday, April 29th, join our parish celebration with an open house from 11AM – 2:00 PM to view the 130 approved Eucharistic miracles from around the world, play some games, and enjoy some food and fellowship. RSVP for lunch is required.
RSVP for April 29
Save the date for May 9th at 7PM! Fr. Ethan Moore will be speaking on Mary, the Disciple of the Eucharist. Light refreshments will be provided afterwards in the gathering space. More details coming soon!
Beginning February 20, the 1% Challenge Monday morning video reflections will focus on Scripture verses focused on the Eucharist. If you would like to sign up for a daily email subscription, click here. Our videos may also be found on YouTube and Facebook. Our daily reading schedule is always posted in the bulletin as well.
Hallow has officially been named the #1 Catholic prayer app in the world - reaching the top charts of the Apple store! "Pray with millions around the world alongside Mark Wahlberg, Jim Caviezel, Fr. Mike Schmitz, and more." Visit www.hallow.com to learn more or sign up for a free trial!
If you’re looking for a place to grow in your faith in an inviting and comfortable environment with other men or women, small groups might be right for you. We have small groups at St. Max with a variety of times, days and topics to choose from. Consider taking a step deeper, making new friends, and connecting through everyday life experiences by joining a small group. Visit www.saint-max.org/SmallGroups to sign up!
Archbishop Dennis Schnurr would like you to join him for a special study of The Mass (video series) from Bishop Robert Barron’s Word on Fire Ministries. Each episode of the series is only about 25 minutes. This is a great way to join fellow Catholics across the archdiocese to deepen your understanding of the Mass and experience it in a whole new way. Visit www.CatholicAOC.org/theMass to watch the episodes.