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Traditional Latin Mass, April 27
The Lower Cape Fear Deanery sponsors a Traditional Latin Mass on the fourth Sunday of each month at the Basilica Shrine of Saint Mary at the corner of 5th and Ann Streets in downtown Wilmington.
Confessions will begin at 6 pm sharp.
Click the link above for the Mass propers. Bring your 1962 Missal and bring a friend!
Chris Bell, a true pro-life hero
For our May show, Carolina Catholic interviews Chris Bell, president and co-founder of Good Counsel Homes along with Fr. Benedict Groeschel, CFR, which provide crisis pregnancy and birth homes in New York and New Jersey for homeless, pregnant mothers who are not only in crisis pregnancies but may also suffer from substance abuse addictions. Good Counsel Homes is dedicated to the care of single mothers before, during, and after the birth of their babies. Chris and his wife, Joan Andrews Bell, are also adoptive parents of seven children, six of whom are adopted with special needs.
This inspirational show will air the first two weekends of May, Saturdays at 11 am and Sundays at 6 pm. That’s Saturday, May 3 and May 10, and Sunday, May 4 and May 11.
Carolina Catholic gets ignited!
For our first show in April, Carolina Catholic gets ignited at the Ignited by Truth Conference held in Raleigh on the weekend of March 28 and 29. In part one of this show, we will chat with both Dr. Scott Hahn and his bride, Kimberly Hahn, about their conversions, their trip to Italy, and their excitement at the canonization of Pope John Paul II. In part two of this show, we will chat with Jennifer Fulwiler, an atheist turned Catholic, and author of Something Other Than God. We will also speak to Dr. Patrick Fagan about what social research data has demonstrated about the positive role that faith-filled families fulfill in our present day society.
Part one of this exciting show has aired for the month but can still be heard here, and part two will air only on the weekend of April 26 and 27. These shows will air Saturdays at 11 am and Sundays at 6 pm.
Divine Mercy Sunday at St. Stanislaus
Through St. Faustina, Our Lord revealed His request for a solemn celebration in honor of His Mercy on the Second Sunday of Easter. We welcome you to join us as we gather and join others the world over who have similarly been drawn to acknowledge the mercy we all need to receive.
Sunday at 3 pm with a pot luck dinner to follow.
For more information on the Divine Mercy devotion, see Carolina Catholic's April 2013 show.
Our next show on Carolina Catholic will feature the work of SaludHondu, a Wilmington based fundraising organization that serves the healthcare needs of over 50,000 people in Honduras, the majority of whom are children with previously little or no access to healthcare. In this show, we will hear about the work of local volunteers and Fr. Bob Kus who take their time and talents to Honduras to help the poor and sick. We will speak with Penny Cromer and Millie Moore. Penny is the chairperson for "One Cup of Tea" to fill the cup of many in need, a fundraiser to be held in the Upper Room 1871, 412 Ann Street, in historic downtown Wilmington from 2-4 PM. And Millie Moore, Spanish teacher at St. Mary Catholic School, has been to the mission church in Honduras.
This show has aired for the month but can still be heard here.