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Vianney, the inspiring live production performed by Leonardo Defilippis of Saint Luke Productions, will be presented at St. Pius X Parish Hall in Klamath Falls on Sunday, May 4 at 7:30 p.m. The event is coordinated by the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis, Diocese of Baker.
Experience the gripping story of Saint John Vianney, the humble priest who battled the devil to save souls. Filled with all of the elements of professional theater, the production runs 90 minutes and is suitable for ages 9 and up, childcare will be available. Admission will be a suggested donation of $10 per person, or $25 per family. For additional information, contact Mary Holder at the St. Pius X Parish Office at 541-884-4242 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Watch the gripping trailer at www.VianneyDrama.com
“If something should rightly disturb us and trouble our consciences, it is the fact that so many of our brothers and sisters
are living without the strength, light and consolation born of friendship with Jesus Christ, without a community of faith
to support them, without meaning and a goal in life.” Pope Francis.
The great commission tells us to “go and make disciples” (Mt 28:19) But how do we do that? First we need to strengthen
the parish community and instill a missionary spirit in each one of us. God had one Son and he was a missionary; and as
always we must strive to be like Jesus. With that heart of a missionary we need to invite those who have stepped away
from the Catholic Church to “Come and See!”
In order to strengthen our community I would like to challenge you to participate in a campaign titled “Come and See!”
This campaign reflects the dream of the Church for a New Evangelization. This campaign has two primary objectives:
1. To inflame the hearts of the faithful who regularly take part in community worship and gather on the Lord’s Day
to be nourished by his word and by the bread of eternal life.
2. To reach “the baptized whose lives do not reflect the demands of Baptism” (Pope Francis) who lack a meaningful
relationship to Christ and His Church and no longer experience the consolation born of faith.
As we move into Lent you will see; inserts in the bulletin, posters, invitation cards and bulletin boards advertising this
campaign. The campaign’s goal is to lead all people to rediscover, or discover more deeply, the beauty and splendor of
the Catholic Church. The multi-week campaign will provide you the opportunity to personally invite either an inactive
Catholic, or a non-Catholic, family member or friend to, “Come and See!” the splendor and symphony of the Catholic
Church, and by extension, the oneness of Christ and His Church. We want to encourage you to invite one or more
individuals to accompany you to our “Come and See!” event on Friday May, 2, 2014.
This event is not a program, nor is it a teaching or preaching exercise. It is a beautiful ninety minute presentation with
the intent of providing an experience. The presentation includes; an inviting video message from Bishop Cary and an
extended excerpt from Fr. Barron’s “Catholicism” DVD series. It will conclude with a friendly invitation to participate in
a six-week follow-up series where individuals are afforded the opportunity to learn more about the Church, have an
opportunity to ask questions and receive authentic answers.
Nathanael was a man who was “under the fig tree”, or at peace with his life. His friend Philip found him and told him,
“We have found the one about whom Moses wrote in the law, and also the prophets, Jesus son of Joseph, from
Nazareth. But Nathanael said to him, “Can anything good come from Nazareth?” Philip said to him, “Come and See”
Let us go and invite our neighbors, friends, relatives and coworkers, as Philip invited Nathanael, “Come and See!”
• Saturday Vigil:
5:30 pm (English)
• Sunday Services:
9:30 am (English)
12:30 pm (Spanish)
• Holy Days
3:00 PM - 4:00 pm
Parish Office Hours
• Mon.: CLOSED
• Tues, Wed, Thurs.:
8:30 am-4:30 pm
8:30 am-12:30 pm
Exposition of the Eucharist, Adoration and Benediction
• First Friday of each
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