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*NOTE: The church and building facilities are closed until further notice.
In response to Govenor Hogan’s most recent stay-at-home mandate, CONFESSIONS ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
This year, our Lenten journey will join together with the tremendous efforts of Catholic Relief Services (CRS) and 40 Days for Life to care for and empower those who are in crisis or experiencing poverty in our community and around the world. We will PRAY for and with our brothers and sisters to end abortion and physician-assisted suicide, FAST with and for those who unjustly go hungry or are suffering, and GIVE Alms through the CRS Rice Bowls.
Thank you in advance for your generosity in participating in our local and global Lenten preparation for celebrating the Easter Mysteries.
Me llamo Maria Ana.
My name is Maria Ana.
Maria Ana is 16 years old. Serious and kind, she lives with her parents, four brothers and one sister in Honduras, a country in Central America. Her village, El Pinal, is surrounded by hills. Maria Ana speaks Spanish.
Tên tôi là Nguyen Thi Trinh.
My name is Trinh.
Trinh is a hard-working, energetic 12-year-old. She lives in the farming community of Binh Dao, located outside of the city of Hoi An, Vietnam with her parents, two older brothers and younger sister. Her country is in Southeast Asia and is surrounded on three sides by water. Trinh speaks Vietnamese.
Jina langu ni Yvone.
My name is Yvone.
Ambitious and intelligent, Yvone is 11 years old. She lives with her grandparents, her aunt, three siblings and three cousins in Konjiko, a village in Kenya. Her community is located near Lake Victoria, the largest lake in Africa. The village is also close to the Equator, so it is very hot there. Yvone and her family speak Kiswahili and English.