The National Centre for Padre Pio will host a July 30 celebration of the feast day of Blessed Solanus Casey, the Capuchin priest dubbed the “Detroit miracle worker.”
The day’s events will begin at 11:30 a.m. and include an opportunity to pray the Rosary, venerate his relic, and view an inspirational movie about his life and spirituality, “Solanus Casey: Priest, Porter, Prophet” (begining at 12:15 p.m. with a running time of 90 minutes).
There is no cost to attend; however, participants are asked register for the movie by contacting Angela@PadrePio.org or 610-845-3000.
The National Centre for Padre Pio Spirituality Centre is located at 111 Barto Road, in Barto, Pa.
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