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Silent Eve of Prayer for Men and Women

Thursday, December 1, @ 5:00 pm 9:30 pm

St. Joseph
Sr. Mary Eucharista, SMMC

No words have been recorded in Scripture from St. Joseph, yet he was chosen by God to have an integral place in the life of his foster-Son, Jesus. Protector, guardian, chaste spouse, man of faith, virtuous figure in village life: this saint models for us the quiet Advent spirit we cherish during this season of preparation the Church holds out for us.

Schedule:
5 PM – Mass
5:30 PM – Dinner
6:30 PM – First Conference, break
7:30 PM – Second Conference
8:30 PM – Adoration and Reconciliation
9:30 PM – Depart

Details

Date:
Thursday, December 1,
Time:
5:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Cost:
$45
Website:
https://www.ihrc.net/events/silent-eve-of-prayer-for-men-and-women
6910 S. Ben Burr Road
Spokane, WA United States
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(508) 448-1224, ext. 109
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