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    Support James Armstrong’s Year of Missionary Service!

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    File_000 (1)James Armstrong has chosen to surrender a year of his life to the Lord in the service of young people. Having recently graduated from the University of South Carolina, he discerned a call from God to dedicate a whole year to helping young people encounter the merciful love of Christ.

    James will be assisting Rob Tessier, the Coordinator of Youth Ministry at All Saints, at the largest parish in the state of Virginia. Most fundamentally, he will be building relationships with teens and helping them come to know Christ. This process will include training in the art of reaching out and actively bringing the love of Christ to young people, assisting in the planning and execution of middle school youth group events and conducting weekend retreats for high school and junior high students. He has already participated in a week-long summer work camp and served as a co-moderator of the boys Catholic Life Community.

    Youth Apostles sponsors the Year of Missionary Service to Youth. He will live in their center in McLean with 15 other men where he will build a strong prayer life, celebrate the sacraments regularly, cook and share meals, and receive a strong formation in the Christian life.

    Please consider donating to help cover the costs of this Year of Missionary Service. Any amount you can give, large or small, makes a difference! Thank you for your generosity.

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    The Good Shepherd

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    Fr. Jack shares 3 scripture passages that point towards how Jesus cares for us as the Good Shepherd.

    Food for the Soul: Life is a Pilgrimage

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    Fr. Jack shares stories from his recent pilgrimage to Italy with Marymount!


    Food for the Soul: Faith in Action

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    Fr. Jack’s monthly Food for the Soul this past week was about how our faith needs to take form through actions, highlighting the importance of the laity to bring the faith into the world.

    Food for the Soul: St. Joseph

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    On March 19th, the Church celebrates the Solemnity of St. Joseph, Husband of Mary and Foster-Father of Jesus. Fr. Jack shares his thoughts on this great saint.

    Food for the Soul: Why Lent?

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    As Lent begins, Fr. Jack gives his thoughts on why we celebrate the season of Lent. He proposes many ways in which we can grow in holiness, particularly through prayer and fasting.

    Food for the Soul: The Seven Hugs of Mary

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    Fr. Jack shares a reflection the seven moments in Mary’s life where she shared a hug to express her maternal care.

    Food for the Soul: Jubilee of Mercy

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    This is the logo for the Holy Year of Mercy, which opens Dec. 8 and runs until Nov. 20, 2016. (CNS/courtesy of Pontifical Council for Promoting New Evangelization) See JUBILEE-MERCY May 5, 2015.

    This is the logo for the Holy Year of Mercy, which opens Dec. 8 and runs until Nov. 20, 2016. (CNS/courtesy of Pontifical Council for Promoting New Evangelization)

    On December 8th, Pope Francis opened the Holy Doors in Rome to begin the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy. Fr. Jack gives some background to what this year will mean for the Church and how we can take part in this Year of Mercy.

    Food for the Soul: Praying with the Scriptures

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    At this month’s Food for the Soul, Fr. Jack shares the importance of praying with the Scriptures and some practicals on how to listen to God’s Word. Check out the video below!

    Reflection from Fr Jack’s Retreat

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    Fr. Jack recently went on retreat and wanted to share one of his reflections. He talks about how sometimes there are things that disrupt our lives, and in those moments we need to turn to Christ.

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