Devotions to Our Blessed Mother
OUR LADY’S ROSARY PRAYER GROUP:
Our Blessed Mother has always asked us to pray the Rosary to help us become closer to Jesus. Our families, church, clergy, country and the world are in need of all the Rosaries we can pray. Peace can only come through God and prayer. All are welcome to join us on Tuesday evenings from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the Chapel. We pray the Rosary and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy. If you have a question, please call Mary at 561-746-7974 ext. 228. (Please enter through the doors on the south side of the Chapel.)
NOTE: THE ROSARY IS ALSO PRAYED AFTER THE MORNING MASSES IN THE CHAPEL: All are welcome to join in prayer.
MARIAN MOVEMENT OF PRIESTS CENACLE PRAYER GROUP:
Gathers in the south Family Room in the Church on Friday mornings after the Rosary is prayed following 8:30 a.m. Mass (after 8:00 a.m. Mass in July and August). The prayers begin approximately a half-hour after Mass concludes. Please join us.
Click HERE for more information about this international Movement.
The Most Blessed Sacrament is exposed daily in the Adoration Chapel beginning at 9:00 a.m. in the morning, until 9:00 p.m. in the evening. On the First Friday of the month, 24 hour exposition begins at 7:00 a.m. on Friday, until 7:00 a.m. the following morning. If you wish to participate in this wonderful opportunity to be in silent prayer before the Lord and bring many blessings to yourself, your family and the rest of our parish community, please come to the Parish Office for further information: 561-746-7974.
St. Jude Men for Jesus
Men of the parish, age 18 and over are welcome to join us for Fellowship, Prayer and Study on 2nd and 4th Saturdays.
We gather in the Parish Center, from 7:00 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. We begin with the Holy Rosary at 7 a.m.
For information please call:
Dr. Marciano Miclat at 561-283-7282;
Bill Shannon at 561-310-6030;
or Deacon Les at 561-746-1890
Main Facilitator is Frank Maurno
“Where a lone man can be overcome, two together can resist. A three-ply cord is not easily broken.” Ecclesiastes 4:12
UNBOUND Healing Prayer
Diocese of Palm Beach Unbound healing prayer ministry is offered at various parishes on the 1st and 3rd Monday nights of the month by appointment. Please call the number below for more information and to schedule an appointment.
Unbound healing prayer is a biblically-based prayer model that uses a safe, loving, simple, and reproducible way to pray with people through their burdens to help them respond to the Good News of the Gospel. Unbound prayer is based on five Gospel keys: repentance and faith, forgiveness, renunciation, authority, and the Father’s blessing. During an Unbound prayer session, a trained prayer team leads the person through the five keys and guides him or her to a greater depth of freedom in Christ. The five keys offer an opportunity to cooperate with the Holy Spirit to heal past hurts and traumas and lead one deeper into the freedom given to us by Christ at our Baptism.
Some examples of areas where Unbound prayer may help people become free include: habitual sin; inability to forgive; marital or family tension/discord; relationship difficulties; persistently negative thoughts about God or self; depression; anxiety or fear; stalled spiritual life; any area where a person feels stuck or desires greater freedom. Unbound prayer is NOT a replacement for the Sacrament of Reconcilliation or personal prayer as regular means of spiritual development and growth. Nor is it a replacement for counseling for human development and growth. Unbound prayer is an additional tool for addressing negative spiritual influences that a person may be experiencing.
Unbound healing ministry uses a model of prayer developed by Neal Lozano of Heart of the Father Ministries that guides people to surrender more fully to Jesus Christ and encounter the truth that sets them free. To learn more, visit www.heartofthefather.com.
Unbound healing prayer ministry is also offered throughout the diocese at Unbound Evenings of Healing & Forgiveness where the healing power of Jesus Christ can be encountered through adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament, a Scripture reading and reflection, Unbound healing prayer and the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
To best prepare for Unbound ministry, it is recommended that you read Part I of Neal Lozano’s book, Unbound: A Practical Guide to Deliverance. Call 561-775-9524 for a list of local parishes that inventory the book or visit your favorite bookseller.
For more information or to schedule a prayer appointment, visit the DIOCESE OF PALM BEACH WEBSITE or call 561-775-9524