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In Case You Missed it - Virtual Summer Mission

Posted on June 15, 2022 in: FaithSparks, Eucharistic Revival

In Case You Missed it - Virtual Summer Mission

Catch up on weeks 1 and 2 of our first Summer Virtual Mission, if you missed it - you can view them by watching the video replays below.  

In the Week 2 session, Sr. Elissa Rinere delves into the Eucharist as a Mode of the Presence of Christ in the Liturgy.

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WEEK 1

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