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Sunday Game Plan Videos

Below are links to 5 videos – the first is from our new series, Sunday Game Plan, then the latest from Fr. Bill Byrne’s 5 Things, a new video contest for middle and high school students, a video about one of our priests on the way to Sainthood, and lastly a message from Bishop Dorsonville about the V (5th) Encuentro.

 

Please take some time to watch and share these videos.  I am finding many people throughout our archdiocese who still do not know about our YouTube channel, WashArchdiocese, so if you would, please share these videos and our channel with your friends and family.  And if you are not subscribed, please click this link to easily subscribe today!

 

*NEW SERIES!* Sunday Game Plan | 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time:

https://youtu.be/GZp8zpYXBFc

 

The 5 Delightful Mysteries of the Rosary:

https://youtu.be/Ojw79UP94zA

 

Love Saves Lives | Pro-Life Video Contest:

https://youtu.be/D6b4bX2qdkI

 

Venerable Aloysius Schwartz Mass:

https://youtu.be/m_XTFPlFksk

 

V Encuentro | Obispo Mario Dorsonville:

https://youtu.be/6vQajDIAu4o

WashArchdiocese YouTube Channel

Below are links to 5 videos – the latest from Fr. Bill Byrne’s 5 Things, our Principal of the Year, the latest Parish Encounter video (Holy Name with Fr. Bill Carloni), the Solar Eclipse with Fr. Peter Giovanoni and lastly, the first in our new music video series.

 

Please take some time to watch and share these videos.

 

Please, check our YouTube channel, WashArchdiocese, for more...

 

5 Myths about the Priesthood | 5 Things with Fr. Bill Byrne:

https://youtu.be/GARK0TIaOtE

 

Distinguished Principal of the Year:

https://youtu.be/ddhE_gVik6U

 

Holy Name of Jesus Parish | #ADWparish Encounters:

https://youtu.be/tlQUEINDCog

 

Solar Eclipse 2017 with Astronomer Priest:

https://youtu.be/5FTgHJbyejo

 

Play Before the Lord: Music Video Series (Filmed at Immaculate Conception Church, NW DC):

https://youtu.be/Uh_GwZPM1KA

Run for Vocations

Registration is Open!

Run for Vocations invites runners and walkers of all experience levels to join in the upcoming Marine Corps Marathon and 10K. Each year, a group of priests, seminarians and lay people from the    Archdiocese of Washington run the marathon and 10K as a way to pray and sacrifice in support of our future priests and the Church. By joining your prayers with theirs, and by  making a donation in the name of the team, you can make a  difference.  Run for Vocations began in 1999 as a program to pray and sacrifice for future priests and the Church. Priests, seminarians, and lay people of all levels of experience were encouraged to join the Marathon and the 10K as runners or walkers and to enlist donations from supporters. In addition to individual participants, in 2009, parishes with the support of their pastors, began to form Run for Vocations teams.  For more information on donating to the Archdiocese of Washington Office of Priest Vocations or the Saint John Paul II Seminary, please contact the vocation  director,  Fr. Mark Ivany at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

The Marine Corps 10K will be held on October 22, but plan to register soon, as the race fills quickly. Register at www.dcpriest.org/promote/run-for-vocations/register-to-run for both the 10K and Run for Vocations. All proceeds to support vocation promotion and benefit seminarians of the Archdiocese of Washington. Visit www.dcpriest.org. 

 

VERY powerful and not a single word spoken

Make a Difference for Christians in Syria

The Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land in Washington, DC is part of the Franciscan Custody (province) that has served the people and shrines in the Holy Land for 800 years. Please keep the Franciscan friars and parishioners in Syria in your prayers as they struggle to keep our Catholic faith alive in the midst of the war that has engulfed this second cradle of Christianity, the place of St. Paul’s conversion. Learn more at myfranciscan.org/Syria or call 202-526-6800, x895.

 

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