What We Leave Behind: Forging Our Legacy in Light of Christ
The good that we do in this life is the raw material Christ will use to make a new heaven and a new earth. This Lent, discover how emulating Christ’s self-sacrifice, peace, witness and service can contribute to His project of cosmic regeneration.
March 6: Self-Sacrifice
The Shroud of Turin is an image that represents the Passion of Christ as noted in the Gospels. Examining the Shroud’s history and spiritual importance shows us how to imitate Christ in self-sacrificial love.
March 7: Peace
Christ reconciled us to God our Father and each other, establishing relations of peace. During sung meditations on this reconciling work of Christ, we will have the opportunity to celebrate that sacrament.
March 8: Witness
History has been changed by the Death and Resurrection of Christ. Explore the geographic locations of these events and how we have to pass on this story to a world in need of salvation.
March 9: Service
The servant is not greater than his Master. Discover the significance of the cloth that covered Christ’s head after His death (John 20:7), emblematic of the service we must extend to others, especially in their time of greatest need.
St. Fabian Catholic Church
32200 W. Twelve Mile Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Weekend Mass Times
Saturday Vigil: 5pm
Sunday: 8am, 10am, 12pm, 5:30pm