October 18, 2014
In these words of the Magnificat, Mary proclaimed to Elizabeth her gratitude for the wonderful action of God in her life. Please join us at a breakfast for Catholic women where we will share together in that same spirit of gratitude and praise of God. Hear the Most Reverend Frank J. Caggiano experience of the transforming love of Christ in his own life. After a meal, there will be a time of prayer for the needs of all present.
Please plan to come and bring a friend to rejoice in the presence of the Lord.
Ethan Allen Inn
Every Third Wednesday of the month from 10-11:30am contact: Fran Karpeij - Trumbull (203) 452-7040
Rosary Blanket of Prayer
Every First Day of the month
Welcome! The Triumphant Heart of Mary Immaculate Chapter of Magnificat, Diocese of Bridgeport, is incorporated in the State of Connecticut.
Magnificat is a ministry to Catholic Women whose purpose is to help women be more open to the Holy Spirit through a deeper commitment of their lives to Jesus as Lord; and to impart the Holy Spirit to one another by their love, service, and sharing the good news of salvation.
It thus provides opportunities which will foster a desire to grow in holiness. It has great appeal to those women who may be struggling with faith or who have lost touch with the church.
Membership in Magnificat Is of a SPIRITUAL nature, conferred for life, and open to all women who:
There are no dues. We depend upon free-will donations to subsidize our activities.
Fran Hood, Coordinator, (203) 744-1856
Fran Hood, Assistant Coordinator
Pat Paniccia, Treasurer
Janet Moore, Historian
Barb Travis, Secretary
Father Lawrence Carew, Spiritual Advisor
Mary's Song of Praise
My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord,
In these words of the Magnificat, Mary proclaimed to Elizabeth her gratitude for the wonderful action of God in her life.
The beautiful visitation scene from the gospel of Luke (1:39-56) is the inspiration for this woman-to-woman ministry, which adopts the name of Mary's hymn of praise and the spirit of this biblical encounter as its own.
To encourage growth in holiness through: