The Story of Jesus’ Birth…
By Dahlia Brown
By the Marsh Family
The Story of My Birth…
By Wilma Spaulding
I was born at St. Mary’s Hospital when it was still across from Deaconess Hospital close by the St. Anthony Church off Columbia Street now called Deaconess Midtown Hospital! I told the story of the three hospitals that were all close together before St. Mary’s moved to the new Ascension St. Vincent on Washington Avenue. And of course, Welborn Hospital is now closed down! Mother had to get to a hospital for all of us 5 kids because she would go into labor and almost immediately deliver a child!
She took whatever hospital she could get in during those days!
Advent Scavenger Hunt
Week 1 – Answers
Day 1 So, did you find your Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth? BIBLE.
Day 2 Depends on what you learned.
Day 3 Depends on what happened to you.
Day 4 Evergreen – is ever green, everlasting – continuous life or the promise of everlasting life.
Day 5 Help with any number of foreign missions, Catholic Charities, Bread for the World, Catholic Relief Services all help around the world with many others. Many of the religious women’s groups in the diocese also do work around the world….Srs. of St. Benedict work in South America, the Daughters of Charity work in Africa.
Day 6 Depends on what you found.
Day 7 Depends on what you chose to do.
Week 2 – Answers
Day 8 Nicholas
Day 9 See the answer on our webpage. Someone we know put together the answer for us!!
Day 10 Mary
Day 11 Flowers to present to the bishop
Day 12 2 purple
Day 13 Depends on what you chose to do
Day14 Depends on your answer.
You are invited!
During this Advent season, Family Faith Formation is completing an Advent Scavenger Hunt.
There is one item to complete/look for each day of Advent.
We invite you to join us in this Scavenger Hunt! Let us know how you are doing!
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Our theme this year is “I received from the Lord what I handed on to you.” 1 Corinthians 11:23
In our first session we talked about family and Church traditions. Please enjoy the videos below to see three of our Church traditions. Do you know their significance or origin?