Bible Study – Begins September 10th!

Beginning September 10th we will be studying the Catholic Scripture Study’s books of The Book of Revelation for twenty lessons and Carl Olson’s Will Catholics Be Left Behind? for five lessons.

Come on Tuesday mornings from 9-10:30am or Wednesday evening from 7-8:30pm September 10th through May 21.

We are reminded to be grateful for Church Teaching, which reveals to us simple folk the great mysteries of our faith: “The last book of the New Testament is also probably the most difficult and misunderstood book of the Bible. This is due to the fact that almost everything described in Saint John’s version is symbolic of something else. The Early Church Fathers believed that the Book of Revelation was an icon on the Mass.

“Discover the beauty that unfolds each time we celebrate the Marriage Feast of the Lamb!” Revelation is understood only through the Catholic Teaching which we often take for granted, the teaching that is our mission to spread! Join us for Spirit filled fellowship and study at whatever depth suits you.

Call Regina at (248) 698-2788 or see for more information.

Something New in the Missal Pocket!!

Dear Parish Family,

Our Worship Commission is working hard to help deepen our spiritual experience at Mass. This weekend you will find an index of the prayers that we use throughout the Mass. The cards that were in the pockets have worn out and so we have replaced them with the pages numbers and prayers found in the missal. In the future we will utilize these pockets to bring information regarding the Mass, environment and tradition in hopes of making our prayer during Mass more meaningful and reverent.

Peace be with your spirit.

RCIA Begins in September

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is a process by which you can experience the Catholic faith community with opportunities for questions to be answered and for learning about the teaching and traditions of the Catholic Church.

Here at Our Lady of Refuge, this year’s sessions resume again on September 10th at 7pm with an informational night in the parish office.

Click here to learn more.

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