How does a Christian today remain “unstained” by the world? Sometimes, it seems to be a goal that is unattainable. Whether political, moral, or philosophical, the secular world has a way of slowly creeping into our homes and churches. This semester, journey with us through the Book of James. Renew your mind, as James gives us the hard truth in a very … Read More
Fais Do What!? We have some GREAT auction items!!! Come pass a good time, y’all! Adore will be hosting a Cajun Fais Do-Do on October 29th, 2011, from 1 – 5 p.m. at Bayou Black Recreation Center located at 3688 Southdown Mandalay Road in Houma. Included in the cost of admission is live music by the cajun … Read More
Want to go deeper? Desiring more of God? Magis means more…so Magis is a night of prayer and teaching for those who are hungry for “more” of God…Come and pray with us at Magis.
Are you up for it? Don’t know what we are talking about? Read Paul’s article first. During the liturgical season of Ordinary time, we commit to: Love – Show Christ extraordinary love to one person each day…start in your home…and do something “extra” loving Pray – Read the Sunday Gospel at some point during the week before going to Church. Reflect … Read More
// Long Beach, MS September 17 Join us for passionate worship, powerful messages and Eucharistic Adoration. These nights are open to all ages and backgrounds, and are free. St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic church 720 East Beach Boulevard Long Beach, MS Join us for a powerful night of Eucharistic Adoration and Passionate worship with Ray Lacy and Paul … Read More
A night of worship, prayer, and fellowship for young adults Come and join us for an Adore night, unplugged in downtown Houma, LA. As young adults there are so many choices, scenarios, and decisions to be made. Often we can get caught up in the details of our lives and forget about the posture of our hearts. Speaker Mary Bielski will be … Read More
Restored “Mary” (John 20:16) . Imagine the penetrating pain that tormented the closest followers of Jesus. Mary waited. John waited. Mary Magdalene waited. The pain of separation from Jesus would have mirrored the joy of friendship with him. They loved him enough to endure the eyewitness of his torture and death. And because of that love, the wait in the … Read More
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