Mass for those suffering from Addiction
St Joseph, Spring City
Start Date and Time:
Saturday, June 3, 2017 – 12:00 noon
End Date and Time
This is the second Mass like this this year. The first Mass celebrated by Fr Gill in March at the Cathedral Basilica in Philadelphia and was well attended. This started when Mike Collins petitioned Archbishop Chaput in an email letter. The hope is that these Masses will continue to grow in attendance and spread blessings and healing to those individuals and families who have been hurt by this scourge of addiction.
“Addiction has touched far too many families and taken far too many of our loved ones. Join us that we may draw strength from one another in the power of our faith.”
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