From the Desk of the Rector of the Cathedral of Christ the King
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This Lent, we want to invite you to come visit, worship, and adore Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament in our Adoration Chapel.
To make sure Adoration can safely take place, at least one person is with our Lord at all times. Guardians commit to spending time in adoration for a
each week. If you are interested in serving as a Guardian, please stop by the table in the Gathering Space after Mass this weekend or click on the link below.
become a guardian
CTK Coffeehouse: Join us this Sunday!
Join us in the Ministry Offices after Mass on the following Sundays from 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM : March 17 | March 24 | April 7 | April 28 | May 5 | May 19
Interested in serving on the Coffeehouse Hospitality Team?
sign up here
Women's Prayer Breakfast
Are you searching for peace in this season of Lent? We can help you find it. Monsignor Frank will be leading a prayer breakfast this Lent for the women of the Cathedral. You're invited to take a break from the demands of everyday life and to join us on
Saturday, March 30th
at 9:00 AM in Kenny Hall
. You'll be able to strengthen your prayer life and form meaningful relationships with other Cathedral women over a catered brunch by Bee's Knees.
click here to join us
How to Discuss Abortion
Questions of Rape & Bodily Rights
This Tuesday, March 19th from 6:45 - 8:30 PM in Kenny Hall.
The Christ the King Respect Life Ministry (CTKRL) has partnered with Equal Rights Institute (ERI) for a three part course. Join us to learn more about pro-life apologetics. If you have questions or comments, please reach out to us on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/CTKRLife.
Each week during Lent, we'll share a video from Bishop Barron's mini series on the
Seven Deadly Sins, Seven Lively Virtues
along with some reflection questions. This is great tool for personal prayer but we encourage you to discuss with your friends, families, or small groups.
God is God…and you’re not
Pride is at the foundation of all sin.
We put ourselves on the throne instead of God, and our egos become what we worship.
Watch this short video to learn about pride and what counteracts it:
Why is pride the worst of the deadly sins?
Can the proud truly abandon themselves to the providence of God? Why or why not?
What is the virtue that counteracts pride? What is that virtue’s definition?
Monsignor Frank McNamee
on Friday, March 15 at 11:09AM