March 2011 Meeting

Bl. Bartolo Longo - Ora pro nobis

Dear Members and Inquirers of
the Lay Dominicans,

I’m hoping that everyone can come to our March meeting.

We will meet this Sunday, March 13th. Our meeting will be held at St. Albert the Great Priory located near the Holy Trinity Seminary, adjacent to the University of Dallas campus.

Also, the inquirer formation group will meet before Mass at 10AM in the library, and all newcomers are also welcome to attend.

We will meet after the 11:15 Mass, around noon in the library. After our meeting we will enjoy our sack lunches, then pray the rosary together after lunch, ending just before 2 pm. New inquirers are always welcome to just come and attend the meeting.

This month we will revisit our section on twentieth century Dominicans, by looking at the life of Bartolo Longo, from whom the Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii came about (the namesake for our Lay Dominican Chapter.)

Here is information about Bartolo Longo – http://campus.udayton.edu/mary/meditations/pompei.html and http://catholicexchange.com/2007/10/26/94617/.

If you have an idea for a day of some sort of missionary outreach, please e-mail me so that we can discuss some ideas on Sunday. Also, be again thinking about the question “To whom do you preach?” as we will be sharing our answers at the meeting.

If you can’t make Sunday’s meeting for some reason, please take a moment to e-mail me to briefly say what your answer would be to the above question regarding preaching.  Remember that the term preaching is used broadly; “to whom do you minister?” is another way of putting the question.

Thank you!

In Christ,

Annette Butler

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