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                                      March Newsletter


Greetings!

The Opus Dei website is offering a free ebook --  "I have called you friends,"  developing the themes on friendship drawn from a recent text by our Prelate, Msgr. Fernando Ocariz. 

The Catholic Information Center offers recorded homilies and other Lenten resources.
 
 As we anticipate the feast day of St. Joseph on March 19, these quotes from The Way can feed our devotion to that great saint:

Saint Joseph, father of Christ, is also your father and your lord. Ask him to help you.

The Way, 559

Saint Joseph, our father and lord, is a teacher of the interior life. Place yourself under his patronage and you'll feel the effectiveness of his power.

The Way, 560


                                       Recollections for March
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                                     Monday, March 8, 7:30 p.m.
                                   Thursday, March 11, 7:30 p.m.
                                    Saturday, March 13, 7:30 a.m
                             Wednesday, March 17, 8 p.m. (young professionals)

Check with our restonstudycenter.org website for the zoom link -
https://restonstudycenter.org/recollection/


Tenley Study Center: evening of recollection for young professionals Monday, March 8, at 7:30 p.m. 
 
The Heights School :  morning of recollection on Saturday, March 20, starting at 8:15 am and ending with Holy Mass.  


 
Items of Interest:

On sex education in the home: The Dad Project website presents a  2-part series, by Pat Fagan and Martin Boles, coaching fathers in their critical responsibility to have “The Talk” – and  subsequent talks – with their boys.  Scroll down to Episodes 12 and 13. 
 
A moving letter from a Czech father, who had been imprisoned by the Communists, to his son in Rome who was recently ordained a deacon for Opus Dei. 

There is an interesting apologetical article on the Opus Dei website, Why does God allow evil to happen?   To summarize: "No matter how great and incomprehensible life’s tragedies may be, the creative and re-creative power of God is much greater."

 
                                  With best wishes to you and your families.  
 
 

Daryl Glick
Reston Study Center
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