Our Lady of the Snow Catholic Church

Congregation Mary Immaculate Queen(CMRI)
Bishop Mark Pivarunas
Parish Rectory in Omaha Nebraska - 402-571-4404 - www.cmri.org

Feast of the Purification

March 7, 2020 - Day of Recollection

Given by, Fr. Benedict Hughes, CMRI St. Joseph's Minor Seminary
8:30 am - Confessions
9:00 am - Holy Mass
9:45 am - Breakfast break (Santiago’s meatless breakfast burritos available $3 each, coffee, juice)
10:30 am - First Conference
11:15 am - Free time for prayer or spiritual reading (bookstore opened); confessions available
Noon - Second Conference
12:45 pm - Lunch break (bring lunch)
1:30 pm - + Stations of the Cross +
2:00 pm - Third Conference
3:00 pm - Closing Benediction

We welcome anyone who may be visiting Our Lady of the Snow Catholic Church, please feel free to ask any questions and join us after Mass for our usual socializing. Please feel free to browse through any of our literature. Extra head coverings and Missals are at the back of the chapel. Remember Communion may only be received by Catholics who observe the Traditional teachings of the Catholic Church and have completed a three hour fast. Also, please observe the rules of modesty: women and girls please wear dresses/skirts and head coverings and men should wear dress slacks and ties to Mass out of respect for Our Lord and His Church.

"Forget the little troubles that others may cause you; keep up no resentment for the inconsiderate or unfavorable words that may have been said about you; excuse the mistakes and awkward blunders of which you are the victim; always make out good intentions for those who have done you wrong by imprudent acts or speeches; in a word, smile at everything, show a pleasant face on all occasions, maintain an inexhaustible fund of goodness, patience, and gentleness. Thus you will be at peace with all your brethren; your love for them will suffer no alteration, and their love for you will increase day by day. But above all, you will practice in an excellent manner Christian charity, which is impossible without this toleration and indulgence at every instant." Francis Xavier Lasance