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Pius XII: Defaming the Pope to Discredit the Church

Presentation by Author Tom Nash

Thursday, May 30, 7:45 pm, Hayden Hall
Pope Pius XII’s status as a genuine World War II hero—vilified by the Nazis, affirmed by secular journalists, and praised by Jewish leaders—changed with a Communist-inspired play called The Deputy in the early 1960s. The fictional work convicted Pius of egregious “silence” in the face of Nazi atrocities, and he even came to be portrayed as “Hitler’s Pope.” Come hear Tom explain the consequences of this work of fiction. You may recall Tom’s previous presentation last August on Mother Angelica.

Tom Nash has served the Church professionally for more than 25 years, including as theology advisor at the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN). He is a contributing apologist for Catholic Answers, blogs for the National Catholic Register, writes for Catholic World Report, and is a research associate for Ave Maria Radio. Tom has appeared as a regular guest apologist on Catholic Answers Live for nearly a decade.

Tom is the author of What Did Jesus Do?: The Biblical Roots of the Catholic Church (Incarnate Word Media) and The Biblical Roots of the Mass (Sophia Institute Press) and contributed to Catholic for a Reason III: Scripture and the Mystery of the Mass (Emmaus Road Publishing). He is a regular member of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars and holds master’s degrees from Franciscan University of Steubenville (theology) and the University of Missouri (journalism).


More Upcoming Events at St. Philip

 

Thank You Party for Tom & Jeff Pratuch

Thursday, June 6, 7:30 pm, Church and Hayden Hall
Please join us as we thank Tom Pratuch and Jeff Hume-Pratuch for their years of mentoring and teaching at St. Philip. Since joining our Parish in 1987, the couple has touched the lives of hundreds of parishioners through their work with our Youth Ministry, Young Adult Group, RCIA and Adult Faith Formation programs. Tom and Jeff will be relocating this summer, and we want to give them a warm send-off.

Fr. Steven Farewell Mass & Party

Thursday, June 20, 7 pm, Church and Hayden Hall
Father Steven arrived in June of 2014 as a newly ordained priest and has been a blessing here at St. Philip ever since. Mark your calendar now to come to send Fr. Steven off on his new assignment as a Navy Chaplain. 

New Parochial Vicar Welcome Party

Saturday, June 29, 6:30 pm, Hayden Hall


Bishop's Lenten Appeal Update

Thank you to the many parishioners who have made a gift/pledge to the 2019 Bishop’s Lenten Appeal (BLA). We are asking every parish household to participate in the BLA. A letter is being mailed at the end of May to families who have not yet pledged. Please prayerfully reflect on your blessings and consider joining in support of the BLA. Every pledge, no matter the size, is important to continuing the Mission of Jesus Christ in our diocese! Thank you


Email and Texting Scam Alert!

Don't Fall for Requests for Gift Cards, Information, Even if They Look Like They Come From St. Philip


Please be aware: No one from St. Philip will EVER email you asking for gift cards or your credit card information. If this happens to you, please let us know and also report the fraudulent email to your email provider and law enforcement, if appropriate.
 
Parishioners from parishers across the Diocese have reported receiving emails and texts from someone pretending to be our priests asking for assistance, and then asking for gift cards or other items.
 
Even if the phone number or email address looks legitimate, please be wary. It is very easy to display fake email addresses and phone numbers. This scam has been reported at churches across the diocese as well as at churches and businesses across the country. Don't fall for it!  
 
Find out more about these scams on the Federal Trade Commission website.

Mass Intention Dates Available

Reserve Your Special Dates Through 2020


Did you know the custom of requesting a Mass for a specific intention, even when one cannot be physically present at the Mass, is a longstanding tradition in the Church? Masses can be offered to celebrate Baptisms, Birthdays, Anniversary, Confirmations, Special Intentions, and/or for the soul of a loved one including to commemorate the anniversary of a death.

Please contact the Rectory Office for a specific date for a Mass intention at 703-573-3808.


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The Parish Office will be closed and all non-Mass activities are cancelled on Monday, May 27.

There will be no 7pm Mass.


Mass Schedule

Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:30pm
Sunday: 8am, 10am & noon (English)
2pm & 4pm (Spanish)
Weekdays: 9am & 7pm
Saturday: 9am

Adoration

Friday: 7:45-8:45pm
First Friday: 9:45am-6:45pm, then 7:45pm overnight through 8:30am Saturday
(Overnight Schedule)

Confession

Sunday: 1:30pm
Friday: 9:45am & 7:45pm (during Adoration)
Saturday: 4pm & 7pm
First Friday: 7:45pm
Also available by appointment.

First Fridays

Confession: 9:45-10:30am & 7:45-8pm
Adoration: 9:45am Friday -8:30am Saturday
(Overnight Schedule)


Office Hours

Sunday: 10am-2pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 9:30am-5pm 
Thursday, Friday:
9:30am-9pm
Saturday: Closed

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