MASS SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF EASTER IV (May 6, 2012)
7, Monday – Feria
8, Tuesday – Feria
9, Wednesday – Gregory of Nazianzus
10, Thursday – Feria
11, Friday – Feria
+ Ken Myers will be teaching this Wednesday class this week on Music in the worship, doctrine and life of the Church. Dinner is served at 5:45 PM and classes for all age groups begin at 6:30 PM.
+ Don’t forget that next Wednesday, May 16, is our Last Wednesday School Agape and Class time till Michaelmas! I will be cooking (for at least 10 hours) authentic, North Carolina vinegar based barbeque -something that Virginians have failed to accomplish since the settling of the New World. Bring a friend, a Virginian if possible, and know that God will deem it a work of supererogation.
+ All Saints’ Men’s Group will meet May 8, 7:00 a.m. in the undercroft.
+ Daily Mass at 12:15 p.m. Please take an All Saints parish prayer list home with you & remember your fellow parishioners in your prayers!
+ It’s not for women only! Weekday Bible study of the Gospel of John meets Mondays at 10:30 a.m. If you have questions, please email Priscilla at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 540-456-6458.
+ Gregory of Nazianzus (Bishop, Confessor & Doctor, c.329 – c.389) was the Bishop of Nazianzus and is numbered amongst the Cappadocian Fathers, along with Basil the Great and Gregory of Nyssa.
The son of a bishop suffragan, Gregory was educated at the highly esteemed University of Athens, which would later aid him in defending the Nicene proclamation of Christ’s divinity against Arianism. He subsequently gave up his solitary life as a monk and was ordained priest and later bishop. Gregory is best known for the role he played in shaping the conclusions of the Nicene Creed during the Council of Constantinople in 381. His deep knowledge and love of scripture allowed him to convey through poetic language the ineffable love that exists between the Father, Son and Holy Ghost.Called “the Theologian,” Gregory was given to the Church to teach the faith and guide God’s people in the way of everlasting salvation. (the day’s collect page F 26, People’s Anglican Missal). Pray that God continues to give us learned and holy teachers, so that we do not lose our way in this generation.