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Repay to God what belongs to God
Icon of Christ the Teacher. Joan Brand-Landkamer, Cathedral iconographer
ST. JAMES CATHEDRAL
Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
October 19, 2014
ORDER OF CELEBRATION FOR
The Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
PRELUDE
We believe in one God
attr. J. S. Bach
THE INTRODUCTORY RITES
ENTRANCE
Draw us in the Spirit’s tether
UNION SEMINARY
PENITENTIAL ACT
Missa de angelis
Vatican VIII
(10:00 & Noon)
Kyrie
Stephanie Martin
DISMISSAL TO THE CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD (Noon)
GLORIA (Sunday Evening - No. 341 in Worship hymnal)
Glory be to God in heaven,
Songs of joy and peace we bring;
Thankful hearts and voices raising,
To creation’s Lord we sing:
Lord, we thank you, Lord, we bless you,
Glory be to God our king.
LAUDA ANIMA
Lamb of God who on your shoulders
Bore the load of this world’s sin;
Only Son of God the Father,
You have brought us peace within:
Lord, have mercy, Christ, have mercy,
Now your glorious reign begin.
You, O Son of God, are holy,
You we praise with one accord;
None in heav’n or earth is like you,
Only you are Christ the Lord,
With the Father, and the Spirit,
Ever worshiped and adored.
(Text by Edwin LeGrice)
COLLECT
THE LITURGY OF THE WORD
FIRST READING
Isaiah 45:1,4-6
RESPONSORIAL PSALM
Psalm 96
Richard Proulx
SECOND READING
I Thessalonians 1:1-5b
ALLELUIA
chant, Mode VIII
GOSPEL
HOMILY
Matthew 22:15-21
Father Peter Ely SJ
DISMISSAL OF THE CATECHUMENS AND CANDIDATES (10:00am)
Litany of Saints
CREED
I believe in one God, the Father almighty,
maker of heaven and earth,
of all things visible and invisible.
I believe in one Lord Jesus Christ,
the Only Begotten Son of God,
born of the Father before all ages.
God from God, Light from Light,
true God from true God,
begotten, not made,
consubstantial with the Father;
through him all things were made.
For us men and for our salvation
he came down from heaven,
All BOW
and by the Holy Spirit
was incarnate of the Virgin Mary, and became man.
All STAND UPRIGHT
For our sake he was crucified
under Pontius Pilate,
he suffered death and was buried,
and rose again on the third day
in accordance with the Scriptures.
He ascended into heaven
and is seated at the right hand of the Father.
He will come again in glory
to judge the living and the dead
and his kingdom will have no end.
I believe in the Holy Spirit,
the Lord, the giver of life,
who proceeds from the Father and the Son,
who with the Father and the Son
is adored and glorified,
who has spoken through the prophets.
I believe in one, holy, catholic
and apostolic Church.
I confess one Baptism
for the forgiveness of sins
and I look forward to the resurrection
of the dead
and the life of the world to come. Amen.
PRAYER OF THE FAITHFUL
Jacques Berthier
THE LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST
PREPARATION OF THE ALTAR AND THE GIFTS
Offertory (10:00)
Nada te turbe
Sister Claire Sokol OCD
SANCTUS
German Mass
Franz Schubert, adapt. Richard Proulx
MEMORIAL ACCLAMATION
Schubert, adapt. Proulx
AMEN
Schubert, adapt. Proulx
THE COMMUNION RITE
LORD’S PRAYER
AGNUS DEI
Schubert, adapt. Proulx
(10:00am & Noon)
Agnus Dei
Stephanie Martin
COMMUNION
O Lord, our Lord, how awesome is your name in all the earth!
(10:00)
chant
Psalm 8: How awesome is your name in all the earth
Thomas B. Stratman
Upon returning to your place after Holy Communion, please kneel or be seated.
Low-gluten hosts are distributed at the credence table near the presider’s chair.
HYMN OF PRAISE No. 535 in Worship hymnal
God we praise you (Te Deum)
NETTLETON
THE CONCLUDING RITES
ANTIPHON IN HONOR OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY (10:00, Sunday Evening)
(10:00)
Strong stem of Jesse
Sister Claire Sokol OCD
PROCESSION
We believe in one God, BWV 680
Bach
ICON OF CHRIST AND HIS MOTHER.. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Psalm Response and Eucharistic Acclamations by Proulx copyright © 1986, 2010 by GIA
Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL. Reprinted under OneLicense.net #A706828. All rights reserved. Intercessions Response by Jacques Berthier, copyright © 1978, 1980,
and 1981, Les Presses de Taize (France), GIA Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL, exclusive agent. Reprinted under OneLicense.net #A706828. All rights reserved.
St. James Cathedral - Seattle
ST. JAMES CATHEDRAL
804 Ninth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104
Telephone: 206-622-3559 FAX: 206-622-5303
Website: www.stjames-cathedral.org
Emergency Number: 206-467-3049
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Most Reverend J. Peter Sartain, Archbishop of Seattle
PASTOR
The Very Reverend Michael G. Ryan
IN RESIDENCE
The Reverend David A. Brant, The Reverend Richard J. Ward
PASTORAL ASSISTANT for ADMINISTRATION
Lawrence N. Brouse (206-382-4280)
FAITH FORMATION
Kathleen McCabe, Director (206-382-2018)
Brenda Bellamy, Children’s Faith Formation (206-274-3108)
Rosanne Michaels, Faith Formation (206-382-4658)
Theresa Van de Ven, Administrative Assistant (206-219-5822)
FAMILY MINISTRY
Suzanne Lee, Director (206-654-4640)
LITURGY
Corinna Laughlin, Pastoral Assistant for Liturgy (622-3559 x3996)
Peter Burns, Ward Johnson, John Marquez, Stephen Pace, sacristans
MUSIC MINISTRY (206-382-4874)
Dr. James Savage, Director of Music
Joseph Adam, Organist (206-382-4597)
Samuel Libra, Assistant Organist
Stacey Sunde, Director of Youth Music
PASTORAL CARE MINISTRIES
John Simpson, Pastoral Care Minister (206-274-3173)
Nancy Granger, Parish Mental Health Nurse (206-382-4269)
SOCIAL OUTREACH and ADVOCACY
Patty Bowman, Director (206-382-4515)
Tom Frasene, Outreach Ministries, Young Adults (206-382-4235)
Teddi Callahan, Carol DeMatteis, David Grech,
Cathedral Kitchen (206-264-2091)
ST. JAMES IMMIGRANT ASSISTANCE (206-382-4511)
Christopher J. Koehler, Director
Cecilia Erin Walsh, ESL Coordinator; Glenda Caldwell, ESL Specialist,
Christine Trigg, Immigrant Legal Services
STEWARDSHIP and DEVELOPMENT
Maria Laughlin, Director (206-382-4284)
YOUTH MINISTRY
Joe Cotton, Director (206-264-2082)
PARISH OFFICE
Sister Mary Slater, SNJM, Bookkeeper (206-382-4564)
Margaret Lynch, Wedding Office (206-382-4288)
Bev Mauser, Louise Mennella, Wedding Coordinators
Jane Mueller, Receptionist (206-654-4650)
Lee Bedard, Administrative Assistant (206-622-3559 x3971)
FACILITIES and GROUNDS
Tang Nguyen, Facilities Supervisor (206-622-3559)
Alan Frasher, Melina McCombs, Dane Nelson, Steve Raab
CELEBRATIONS of the SACRAMENTS
MASS
Sundays
8 - 10 - 12 & 5:30 pm
Weekdays
8:15 & 5:30 pm
Saturdays
8:15 & “Vigil” 5:30 pm
LITURGY of the HOURS Weekdays at 12:10 pm
VESPERS and BENEDICTION of the BLESSED SACRAMENT
Sundays at 4:00 pm.
BAPTISM Communal celebrations are held monthly. A preparation
program for parents and godparents is required. Please call the
parish office for an appointment.
RECONCILIATION Saturdays, 4:00 - 5:00 pm. A communal
celebration of the Sacrament of Reconciliation is celebrated four
times yearly in preparation for Christmas and Easter.
MARRIAGE A formal program of marriage preparation over a period of
several months is required, however, registered parishioners may
begin the scheduling process 14 months in advance.
ANOINTING of the SICK A communal celebration is held regularly. In
other situations (anticipated surgery, emergency) please call the
parish office.
“TAIZÉ” ECUMENICAL PRAYER, Fridays at 6:30 pm.
TOURS of the CATHEDRAL Wednesdays at 1:00 pm. Groups of 4 or
more may arrange a tour by calling Corinna Laughlin, 206-622-3559
CATHEDRAL BOOKSTORE Open 11:00 am to 3:00 pm weekdays,
after Masses on weekends. Call 206-382-4500 for information
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ELCOME! If you are a visitor to the Cathedral,
we want you to know how welcome you are –
whether you have come from another part of the
country, from across the world, or simply from another
parish here in the Archdiocese. Thanks, in part, to the
generosity of visitors like you, we are able to celebrate the
Church’s liturgy here in a fitting and beautiful way. We are
also able to offer a wide range of services to needy people
living in the central district of our city.
THE ESPRESSO MINISTRY welcomes you at coffee hour
after the 10:00am Mass! This month, all sales will
benefit the Winter Shelter.
REMEMBERING OUR DEAD You are invited to record the
names of your deceased loved ones and family members
in the special book near the Shrine to the Blessed Virgin
Mary. This book will be carried in procession at all
Masses of All Souls on Sunday, November 2.
TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER CHILDREN for
classes preparing Catholic 7-9 year-olds for First Holy
Communion next May. Registration for RCIA/C, the
class for children and youth wanting to become Catholic,
is ongoing. Detailed information for both classes
available online on the Cathedral Kids’ Page.
Information, Theresa Van de Ven, 206-219-5822 or email [email protected]
VOLUNTEER TO HELP AN IMMIGRANT OR REFUGEE
The Immigrant Assistance program helps to immigrants
and refugees to learn English, apply for citizenship and
prepare for their US Citizenship exam, apply for
Deferred Action, get more active in the broader
community, and find resources to address other
challenges in their lives. Learn more at our upcoming
Volunteer Information Session on Monday, October 20,
from 6:00-7:30pm. Information, Cecilia Walsh, 206-382
-4511 or [email protected]
RCIA REUNION Calling all former RCIA participants!
Are you someone who has come through the RCIA
process at St. James? Please join us for a social time to
check in and catch up. We will gather on Tuesday
evening, October 21 in the Rectory Parlors at 7pm. If
you can attend, RSVP to Kathleen McCabe,
[email protected] or 206-382-2018.
OVERNIGHT HOSTS NEEDED FOR WINTER SHELTER
While the St. James Cathedral Winter Shelter has
already begun, our volunteer calendar is looking sparse
towards the end of the month. If you are able to
participate in this vital ministry as an overnight host
once per month on a Friday, Saturday, Sunday, or
Monday night, then please contact Tom Frasene,
[email protected] or 206-382-4235.
PARISH REMEMBRANCE Throughout the year, because we
are the Cathedral Church, we remember in prayer at Mass
and Vespers each of the parishes and missions of the
Archdiocese of Seattle on a Sunday near their feast day. This
week we remember in prayer the communities of St. Luke in
Shoreline, St. Jude in Redmond, and the North American
Martyrs in Seattle.
October 19, 2014
SOLEMN MASS OF ALL SOULS will include Fauré’s
sublime setting of the Requiem with the Cathedral Choir
and orchestra. If you would like to make a donation to
Cathedral Music in memory of deceased family or
friends and have the names included in the Order of
Celebration, please write “All Souls’ Patron” on the
check and enclose the names of the deceased.
Information, [email protected]
or 206-382-4874.
O’DEA ALUMNI MEMORIAL MASS On Saturday,
November 8, 11:00am, O’Dea High School will
celebrate its annual Alumni Memorial Mass in the
Cathedral to honor their deceased graduates. After Mass
a complimentary lunch will be offered in the O’Dea
High School library. RSVP by Monday, November 3, to
Dianne Irwin, [email protected] or 206-622-7151.
FESTIVAL OF CATHEDRAL CHOIRS Saturday,
November 8, 7:30 pm, an evening of ancient and
modern choral works including three commissioned
world premieres in celebration of the 25th anniversary
of Image, Seattle’s quarterly journal of writing, art and
faith. Three of the Cathedral’s resident ensembles will
be joined by our own Women of St. James Schola.
Information, www.stjames-cathedral.org/music/concerts
or 206-382-4874.
Youth Ministry
PLEASE PRAY FOR THE CATHEDRAL YOUNG
PEOPLE who will be serving at the archdiocesan
Special Needs Retreat this weekend at Eastside
Catholic High School. May we welcome and
include ALL of our brothers and sisters in Christ.
YOUTH NIGHTS Sunday evenings from 6:30–
8:30pm in the Pastoral Outreach Center. Open to
7th – 12th grade students. Please join us for prayer,
catechesis, and fun activities designed to integrate
faith into everyday life. All are welcome!
JUNIOR HIGH BOAT CRUISE DANCE Saturday,
October 25 from 6-10pm. Join hundreds of middle
school students from around the region as you
dance the night away on the “The Royal Argosy.”
YOUTH CONVENTION November 1-2. Join with
hundreds of Catholic youth as we gather for live
music, powerful speakers, and interactive
workshops.
QUESTIONS? Joe Cotton, 206-264-2082
[email protected]
www.stjames-cathedral.org/youthministry
THE HEALTH AND HEALING MINISTRY would like to
thank everyone who registered for our Blood Drive on
October 5. The event was a great success. You have
helped to ensure that our community has a safe supply
of blood available!
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING CATHOLIC? If
you are an adult who has never been baptized, an adult
who has been baptized in another Christian tradition or
a Catholic who has been baptized, but not received First
Eucharist or Confirmation, you are invited to participate
in the RCIA, a process of initiation into the Catholic
Church. You can learn more by going to www.stjamescathedral.org/RCIA. Information, Kathleen McCabe,
[email protected]
“YES TO THE DRESS” Do you have a wedding dress
that you love but don’t know what to do with it? You
can donate it! St. Vincent de Paul has bridal boutiques
located in both their Renton and Kent stores. Sales from
St. Vincent de Paul thrift stores support social service
programs including home visits, help line, food bank
case management and Centro Rendu and Operation
Veteran Renewal. Information, Margaret Lynch, 206382-4288.
BAPTISM OF INFANTS & YOUNG CHILDREN (under the
age of 7) is celebrated monthly at one of the weekend
Masses. To prepare for this most important sacrament,
parents and godparents participate in a series of classes
to update their understanding of baptism, to reflect on
their responsibility to guide their children in the practice
of the faith, and to learn about the many ways our parish
supports families. Please allow at least two months for
preparation. Information, Suzanne Lee, [email protected] or 206-654-4640.
ST. JAMES
YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY
For parishioners in their 20s and 30s
THIRD SUNDAY WINE AND CHEESE RECEPTION
After the 5:30pm Mass TODAY, the young adults
will meet for wine, cheese, and other light
refreshments in the Rectory Parlors.
THEOLOGY ON TAP RETURNS Save the date for the
autumn edition of Theology on Tap! Make sure you
are free on November 5, 12, and 19 from 7:30 to
9:30. Come have a drink, hear about the saints and
saintliness, and meet your fellow young adults!
FILM, FOOD, AND TALK Join us for a fun,
informative, and spiritual evening on Wednesday,
October 22, 7:00pm-8:30pm! We’ll watch an
Academy Award-winning 30 minute film, eat
delicious snacks, and discuss our role as Catholics
in relating to each other and the environment.
FIRST FRIDAY TAIZÉ AND DINNER On Friday,
November 7, join other young adults for Taizé
prayer at 6:30 in the Cathedral. Afterwards, we will
meet in the north end of the Cathedral to decide on
a place for dinner.
WANT TO LEARN MORE?
Tom Frasene, [email protected]
Facebook.com/StJamesYoungAdultMinistry
October 19, 2014
MENTAL HEALTH MINISTRY
ASIST (APPLIED SUICIDE INTERVENTION SKILLS
TRAINING) During this 2 day interactional
workshop, learn skills to communicate with and
support a loved one suffering from debilitating
depression. Saturday and Sunday, Oct 25 and 26,
9am-5pm at the Palisades Retreat Center in Federal
Way. Information, Margaret Shelton 206-2743123.
MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID (MHFA) - Saturday,
November 8, 8:30am–4:30pm, Pastoral Outreach
Center. Learn a simple 5-Step Action Plan on how
to respond to signs of mental illness and substance
use disorders. This training benefits people from
all walks of life, professionals, family members,
volunteers and general public. Cost $100. NAMI
Scholarship available for eligible King County
residents. This class fills quickly.
BOOK PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION In a new
book, My Fluorescent God, local personality and
therapist Joe Guppy describes his time as a young
man in a psychiatric hospital and the treatment that
saved him. He will discuss his concerns about the
present state of the mental health system in our
community. Saturday, November 22, 7:00pm,
Pastoral Outreach Center.
HOLY YOGA (CHAIR YOGA) Wednesdays, 4:005:15pm in the Pastoral Outreach Center.
Information and Registration,
Nancy Granger, Parish Mental Health Nurse,
206-382-4269 or [email protected]
PARISH FAMILY SEEKING HELP WITH HOUSING We
have a family in the parish who has recently relocated
to Seattle for critical medical care and they are in need
of housing. There are two adults (mom and dad) and
three elementary aged children. They need to be close
to the city for medical care and they have limited
resources even though both parents are working. If you
have any suggestions or to offer help please contact
Kathleen McCabe at [email protected]
or Brenda Bellamy at [email protected]
THE PREGNANCY SUPPORT MINISTRY needs new
volunteers. Information, Suzanne Lee 206-654-4640 or
[email protected]
BUILDING A CULTURE OF LIFE The Cornerstone
Catholic Conference, sponsored by the bishops of
Washington State, will be held at the Tacoma
Convention and Trade Center on October 24-25, 2014.
Keynote speaker, Immaculee Ilibagiza, a Rwandan
genocide survivor, will present her story on “hope,
forgiveness, and the value of life.” Come be inspired
and educated in the Gospel call to care for our brothers
and sisters who are unborn, poor, marginalized, or at
the end of life. Scholarships are available. Information
and registration, www.cornerstonecatholic.com.
A COMPASSIONATE CHURCH FOR THE POOR On
Monday, November 7, 2014, at 6:00pm in Pigott
Auditorium, Cardinal Peter Turkson, President of the
Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, will explore
how the vocation of business can contribute to a
renewed Church sent by Christ on a mission to serve
those at the margins of society. “Business leaders are
called to engage the contemporary economic and
financial world in light of the principles of human
dignity and the common good” (Cardinal Turkson).
All are welcome.
A reminder about Sunday parking at the Cathedral
We know that parking in this area is at a premium and we do our best to make it available to you.
In consideration of our neighbors, please note these important Do’s and Don’ts!
PLEASE DO park:
 In the O’Dea High School lot.
 In the Cabrini Tower Garage on Marion Street across from O’Dea High School for the Saturday
5:30 pm Mass and all Sunday Masses. The Cathedral pays for parking (and for official traffic officers
from the Seattle Police Department) during these times, and you are encouraged to take advantage of it.
 In the P-1 parking lot under the Chancery building at 9th and Marion.
 In the Cherry and Terry Parking lot, only in spaces 1-22.
Please DO NOT park:
 In any parking spot blocked with an orange cone.
 In the lot adjacent to the Envoy Apartments on 9th Avenue, directly across from the Cathedral.
 In the Blood Bank parking lot at the corner of Terry and Columbia.
 In the Frye Museum parking lots on Terry Avenue.
 In the parking places at the Pastoral Outreach Center.
 In the spaces on Terry Avenue reserved for loading and unloading of the parish vans.
 In the Cherry and Terry Parking lot, spaces 23-40.
CATHEDRAL
KITCHEN
GARDEN
Our Cathedral Kitchen Garden had an incredible first summer! The garden has produced an amazing bounty of fresh
healthy vegetables for the Cathedral Kitchen meal program,
more than anyone expected for our first year. It’s now time
to prepare the garden for winter, and we need your help!
Join us for our fall work parties:
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Saturday, October 18, 8:30am-1:00pm
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Saturday, October 25, 8:30am-1:00pm
We’ll be pulling plants, raking, moving compost and top-dressing all the garden beds.
Expect to have a great time in fellowship
with your friends, have a good workout,
and perhaps get a little bit dirty.
You
don’t need any specific gardening skills!
Bring work gloves and a sack lunch – and a
wheelbarrow, if you have one!
Information, or to sign up: Gary Schieder, [email protected]
Immortal Love
Poets of the Spiritual Life
Wednesdays, October 8, October 22, November 5, and November 19
7:00pm-8:30pm | St. James Cathedral, Rectory Parlors
This series will explore the spirituality of four Christian poets from the Victorian
period: CHRISTINA ROSSETTI, FRANCIS THOMPSON, ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON, and
GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS. Corinna Laughlin (Cathedral liturgy director and PhD
in English Literature) will offer an overview of the poet and a close look at a few
key poems, read by Cathedral reader Scott Webster. All are welcome!
October 8 | Christina Rossetti (1830-1894)
Christina Rossetti is perhaps best known today for her Christmas lyric “In the bleak
midwinter.” She was one of the finest poets of the Victorian period, and among her most
compelling works are those exploring Christian themes.
October 22 (NOTE DATE CHANGE!)| Francis Thompson (1859-1907)
Francis Thompson was born into a prominent Catholic family, but spent his youth on the
streets. We will explore Thompson’s greatest poem, The Hound of Heaven, one of the classics of
Catholic poetry in English.
November 5 | Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-1892)
The defining event of Tennyson’s life was the death of his best friend Arthur Hallam in 1833.
During this time when we remember our dead, we will read selections from Tennyson’s In
Memoriam.
November 19 | Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844-1889)
One of the greatest poets in the English language, Gerard Manley Hopkins was also a
Catholic convert and Jesuit priest. We will explore some of his shorter poems which touch on
the dark and light of his life and relationship with God.
A booklet with the poems to be read and discussed is free in the Cathedral Bookstore if you would like to
prepare in advance. Copies will be available at each session as well.
St. James Cathedral 804 Ninth Avenue Seattle www.stjames-cathedral.org
EVER ANCIENT, EVER NEW
A FESTIVAL OF ST JAMES CHOIRS
CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF IMAGE JOURNAL
MEDIEVAL
WOMEN’S CHOIR
OPUS 7 VOCAL ENSEMBLE
SEATTLE PRO MUSICA
THE WOMEN OF
ST JAMES SCHOLA
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 7:30 PM
ST JAMES CATHEDRAL
Free Passes Available:
www.imageconcert.eventbrite.com
Jeffrey Mongrain. St Joseph’s
Dream; Dream Neuron Halo, 2012.
Installed at St James Cathedral.
This evening of ancient and modern choral works by
Britten, St. Hildegard of Bingen, Pärt, Stravinsky, Tavener,
and others—as well as three commissioned world
premieres—will celebrate the 25th anniversary of Image,
one of Seattle’s hidden treasures, a literary quarterly
that celebrates the best contemporary writing and art
that engage with faith. Poetry from the pages of Image by
writers such as Denise Levertov, Kathleen Norris, and
Franz Wright will be interspersed with performances
by Seattle’s leading choral ensembles. This event will
demonstrate one of Image’s founding tenets: that beauty’s
power to draw us closer to the divine—through music,
poetry, and all the arts—is not a thing of the past, but is
continually being renewed in our own time.
IMAGEJOURNAL.ORG | 206.281.2988
STJAMES-CATHEDRAL.ORG
25 YEARS
19 8 9 – 2 0 14
OCTOBER 24-25
TACOMA CONVENTION CENTER
Register today at CornerstoneCatholic.com
MEET IMMACULEE ILIBAGIZA
Immaculee was born and raised in a small village in Rwanda, Africa. Her life
was turned upside down in 1994 when the country erupted in tribal warfare.
While in hiding, anger and resentment were destroying Immaculée’s mind,
body and spirit. It was then that Immaculée turned to prayer. Hear her story of
hope, forgiveness, and the value of life. Friday night, October 24.
SPONSORED BY THE BISHOPS OF
WASHINGTON STATE
Other speakers include:
The Bishops of Washington State
Abby Johnson, author of Unplanned
Serrin Foster, Feminists for Life
Bishop Robert McElroy, San Francisco
Vicki Thorn, Project Rachel
Fr. Gary Lazzeroni, St. Joe’s Vancouver
Clare Halpine, World Youth Alliance
Dr. Mimi Pattison, Franciscan Hospice
Fr. Gary Zender, St. Louise Bellevue
Annapatrice Clarke, Human Trafficking
Lisa Green, Prepares Program
Adults $75
Young Adults (18-28) $65
Scholarships are available
Friday, Oct. 24 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 25 9:00 - 6:15
#SaintsAlive
Catholic Youth Convention
JOIN NEARLY 2000 CATHOLIC YOUTH FROM
WESTERN WASHINGTON AND BEYOND!
LET’S CELEBRATE OUR FAITH TOGETHER!
N OV E M B E R 1 S T & 2 N D
* BELLEVUE COLLEGE *
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LIVE MUSIC
ENGAGING SPEAKERS
INTERACTIVE WORKSHOPS
MOVING PRAYER EXPERIENCES
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION WITH ARCHBISHOP SARTAIN
OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS AT ST. JAMES
For more information, please contact:
Joe Cotton, Cathedral Youth Minister
(206) 264-2082 / [email protected]
St. James Youth Ministry
www.stjames-cathedral.org/youthministry * www.facebook.com/cathedral.youth * @SaintJamesYouth