Oremus Communications October 2016 Newsletter


Guten Tag everyone.

We are already in the month of October, and before we know it, we will be in the season of Advent.

However, there is much to do between now and then!

For the month of October, we will be devoting attention to Our Lady of the Rosary whose Feast Day occurs on October 7, and which happens to be the First Friday of the Month.

Accordingly, we will honor Our Blessed Mother by continuing the 2 in-house programs, the Our Lady of Fatima Novena Prayer Program (OLOFNPP) and the Oremus Communications Family Rosary Program (OCFRP) on a daily basis. { Re: information concerning the various times for each program, please log onto: oremuscomms.com and go to our schedule and program pages.}

Our lineup of guests for the OCFRP includes some of our favorite people whose devotion to Our Blessed Mother is a great inspiration to all of us.

On Wednesday, October 12, Fr. Peter Welsh who serves as Parochial Vicar at St. Helena Parish in Philadelphia and as the Spiritual Director of Regina Pacis, the Spanish Curia of the Legion of Mary in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia will return as guest co-host to talk about the significance of Our Lady of the Rosary for modern times.

Next, Mr. Carl Malburg, the Guardian of the International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima, will join us on Friday, October 14 by calling long distance from the Diocese of Great FallsBillings in Montana where he is currently on pilgrimage with the statue of Our Lady of Fatima in a number of parishes. Mr. Malburg will speak of the Message of Our Lady of Fatima as it relates to Our Blessed Mother’s title, Our Lady of the Rosary.

On Wednesday, October 26, Mrs. Donna Diubaldo will be our guest for the first time talking about Catholic Education. Donna knows of what she speaks having been a religious educator on several levels in the Catholic School system. In a time when the youth are under siege by a number of secular influences, Donna lends a perspective to which many parents and teachers can relate.

Finally, Mr. Charles De Feo, O.P., a member of the Lay Fraternities of St. Dominic will be back on Friday, October 28 to talk about all Christian Brethren and the history of the Protestant Reformation starting with Martin Luther and his 95 Theses as we near the end of the Year of Mercy.

N.B. According to a number of reliable religious sources, parishes without a First Saturday morning mass can still have a Communion service under the auspices of a deacon or other suitable parish representative, and thereby offer parishioners the opportunity to complete the First Saturday Devotion as requested by Our Lady of Fatima! For more info, let us know and we will get back ASAP. OREMUS


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