St. Paul Catholic Men's Fellowship Group
At its recent meeting the St. Paul Catholic Men's Fellowship Group continued to discuss the "program" of Matthew Kelly's book, Rediscover Catholicism. With a critical eye we focused on the importance of Vatican II and its impact on our church today and saints for all ages (Francis of Assisi, Mother Teresa, John Vianney, Thomas More and John Paul II). What sets them apart? The message for us is what St. Paul wrote to the Thessalonians, "This is the will of God: that you be saints." Kelly reminds us that "God wants you to be a saint and it is critical for modern Catholics to hear this call to sanctity." We are challenged to acquire the "habits of recollection and self-possession." The rest of the book will lead us on this path.
At our next meeting on Wednesday, December 18th at 7:30 PM in the Lower Church we continue with chapters ten through thirteen: "Their Attraction And Influence"; "Who Will Be Next"; "Confession" and "Daily Prayer". All men of the parish are cordially invited to attend. You can come and check it out for yourself with no obligation. Come join us. (Our meetings in January are scheduled for Wednesday, January 8th and Wednesday, January 22nd.) In the meantime have a blessed holiday season.
For Wellesley car-pool information call Tory DeFazio 781-237-6738 or Joe Cavanaugh at 781-237-0759