MCC Office Closed Friday, Nov. 1 in Observance of All Saints Day

The MCC office will be closed on Friday, Nov. 1 in observance of All Saints Day. This feast day is one of the richest in the liturgical year, and celebrates the festival of God's holy city and the redeemed citizenry of heaven. This article from Catholic News Agency dives into the meaning of All Saints Day, and the why those of the Catholic faith find such deep connection with our Saints. "The saints exist for us and with us," the author writes. "We venerate them not as distant historical figures but as brothers and sisters with whom we are joined in a living communion."

October 31, 2019 - 3:54pm
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