A healing Mass and baptism in the Holy Spirit will be celebrated Thursday, April 6 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Katharine of Siena Church in Wayne. Father John Masson will be the celebrant.
He will also preside over the baptism of the Holy Spirit for those candidates who have taken the Life in the Spirit Seminars and will be reaffirming their baptism and confirmation commitment for a deeper personal relationship with our Lord. Father Masson and prayer teams will pray over all for any special intentions they may have. God loves to heal his people! Bring a friend!
For more information call Paul Hayes at 610-687-8835.
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