St. Irenaeus Mass and Potluck

June 22, 2015

Dear Friends of St. Irenaeus  (and St. Titus too):

You are invited to join us on our patronal feast day for

The Mass of St. Irenaeus
Saturday, June 27th at 4:00 pm

in Murphy Hall at St. John Fisher College

Murphy Hall is across East Ave. ( 31f ) from the main campus. Fr. Mike Mayer will be our celebrant.

 Informal Potluck will follow. The main dish will be provided.  Bring a side dish or dessert.  For the supper RSVP Marie Brennan by Friday the 26th ,  413-0771

This year’s feast, 2015, marks the completion of 22 years of ministry in the Rochester area and beyond and 12 years at the Center on Blossom Rd.   So we are inviting all our friends and those concerned with spiritual renewal and orthodox mission to join with us in giving thanks and praying for an even greater harvest of souls.

St. Irenaeus was a great champion of orthodox Catholic faith and evangelizing zeal.  So our great desire has been to see the upbuilding of a vibrant community of orthodox renewal and witness, a community of real disciples of Jesus Christ.  And this summer we hope to chart a new chapter in our ministry, looking forward to great prospects ahead!

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