New Year’s Eve Mass

December 25, 2013

This New Year’s Eve, we will be hosting a special Mass for us here at the Center for our St. Irenaeus community. The Mass will begin at 8:00 PM, and will be followed by a bit of New Year’s Eve repast and some time for good fellowship. Later in the evening as we approach the midnight, a few of us will remain here to pray in the new year as has been our custom.

And if you can’t make this Mass, remember us in your prayers on New Year’s Eve and know that we are having this Mass and subsequent prayer service to pray for you, for this community and the intentions of its members.

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