Romans: The Gospel of Salvation
In Romans: The Gospel of Salvation, you will learn...
• The Catholic teaching on salvation
• How to explain salvation to non-Christians
• What is required for salvation—faith or works
• What Paul really means by “works” not leading to salvation
• How Christ’s death changed our relationship with God
• The meaning of the difficult passages in Romans
• How we can enter more deeply into Christ
Dr. Swafford and Jeff Cavins explain that salvation is not merely the removal of a guilty verdict. Salvation is about entering into Christ’s life and death and sharing in his eternal sonship.
Three separate groups meet in Room 1 on Monday mornings and Wednesday & Thursday Evenings
• You can “Mix and Match” any of the sessions in the same week
• Sessions begin October 7, 9 & 10 and run for 8 weeks.
To register for this exciting program, please email or call the parish office at 671-1100. The cost of materials (workbook) is $25.
Four Glorious Gardens
Tuesday, October 15
at 1:00 pm in Room 1
Guest Speaker: Joyce Roeder
Join us as we welcome back our friend Joyce Roeder as she shares with us four of the most beautiful gardens she has visited in the eastern part of our country. We will visit:
Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA
Lewis Ginter Garden in Richmond, VA
Brookgreen Gardens in South Carolina
and Bellingrath Gardens in Mobile, AL
If you enjoy beautiful gardens and landscapes, you’ll enjoy this presentation! Our St. Rita Society is hosting this event and guests are most welcome to attend. Bring a friend. Refreshments will be served.
Refugee Border Crisis
Tuesday, October 15 at 7:00pm in Church
Please join Deacon Jim and two of his travel companions from Catholic Family Center, the Rochester affiliate of Catholic Charities, for an evening discussing their week helping the refugees at our southern border. This will be an informal, open discussion about their first hand experience, the challenges we face as a society, and how our faith leads us and is a beacon light in the midst of very dark circumstances.
Companions in Grief
Thursday, October 17
at 7 pm in Room 1
All who have experienced the loss of a loved one through death are invited to attend. All are welcome!
Altar Server Updates and Training
Current Altar Servers:
If you are interested in serving as a captain on the upcoming schedule, we need to see you for a quick set of updates. Please plan on coming to the church on Saturday, October 19 at 9:00am – RSVP to Elizabeth.
We Welcome New Altar Servers (grades 3-12):
Training will be held at 9:30am on Saturday, October 19 or contact Elizabeth to schedule a time that works for you. You need to be trained before October 21 to be scheduled for November-January.
Festival of Choirs
Sunday, October 20 at 7:00 pm
at the United Methodist Church
(169 E. Main St., Webster)
Come and listen to many of our local Webster Church Choirs, including our own St. Rita Choir, for a beautiful evening of song! These diverse choirs from all denominations join together once a year to celebrate in word and song! Canned goods for the needy and monetary donations will be accepted for needy and hospitalized children through Webster community organizations. Donations of canned goods will also be accepted to help those in need. This is an evening you won’t want to miss!
Men's Faith Group
Our next gathering is Monday, October 21
6:30-8:00pm in Room 1 All are Welcome!
We support one another in our faith journey and meet to discuss topics that explore our faith and the challenges we face day to day and deepen our relationship with Jesus.
Come to as few or as many meetings as you desire. No commitment is required.
If you have any questions at all, please feel free reach out to John Matina at firstname.lastname@example.org