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Deacon’s Bench:
The poor and weak are heard by the Lord. Christ came to save everyone whom He created, not just the capable and favored, but those who are hopeless and needy. We too if we wish to follow Christ to eternal life must support the weak and the poor. Respect for all human life even those who wish to harm us is our responsibility. Christ told us to love and pray for our enemies. This makes sense if your love and prayers can change them to also respect others as you do. Hate brings evil and those who disrespect others bring destruction and pain. We are here to try and bring as many as possible to believe in the Lord Jesus Christ. As more people follow Christ this world becomes a better place to live. Start with prayer and work with love.

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Deacon’s Bench:
Speak with boldness about Jesus Christ our Lord and savior. Even though the kings and powerful kingdoms went against the early Christians, their message of Christ and His goodness spread throughout the world. The Holy Spirit filled His people and they boldly preached the Good News of Christ. Through the strength of the Holy Spirit, His church is still expanding and continuing His mission. We have a choice to join our Creator and God of all the universe or go our own way and disappear into darkness and nothingness. God created this world including the human race with a free will to accept or reject it. Out of pride and greed, humans have been fighting against God since Adam and Eve for what is not theirs to take. God will give us in His time and plan everything if we just follow Christ.

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Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

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Deacon’s Bench:
“Touch and see that I am the Christ whom you crucified. Believe that I am risen”, Jesus said to His apostles. How amazing it is that a man could rise from the dead after three days on His own with a glorified body which could walk through solid walls and yet be touched and even eat before His disciples. Jesus Christ is present in both realms: the heavens and the earth. Only God our creator could accomplish such great works and even more by offering us these same attributes for all eternity, even after this world should pass away. Only through the intervention of Christ, God, and man, who came to earth like us, could communicate this good news and include us in His fantastic immortal reality. God is to be worshipped.

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Deacon’s Bench:
Rejoice in the Lord Jesus Christ for His covenant last for a thousand generations. Jesus Christ although brutally crucified, rose from the dead after three days to show us that He is God, and we can put our faith in Him. Christ then appeared to His faithful followers and explained what His message, which they were to share, was. He started the Catholic church and did not leave it unattended, but rather it to be guided by the Holy Spirit. He also instituted the seven sacraments which allow Him, as God, to be a part of each of our lives. He left everyone with the opportunity to spend eternal life with God in joy if we choose to follow Him.

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Deacon’s Bench:
Goodness fills the earth. Thanks to our God the earth is full of goodness, both in nature and in human endeavors. God is not only glorified by prayers but also by the accomplishments of His people. The Holy Spirit works with us to improve this world and make it a better place for us to live and raise our children. Many of the life saving innovations are inspired by the Holy Spirit. God is not absent from this earth but rather involved greatly in each of our lives. He wants joy for His people and helps us when we need it. He helps with little insignificant things as well as world-changing events and inventions. Christ did not suffer and rise from the dead for our destruction and sorrow but for our salvation and joy. “Why are you weeping?” the angel asked, “look about and see our Lord is here.”

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Deacon’s Bench:
Fearful yet overjoyed were the women who found the empty tomb of Jesus crucified. They could hardly contain the news the angel told them and the sights they saw. Then on their way to tell the apostles, they met the resurrected Jesus Himself and worshiped Him. They witnessed the resurrection and became His witnesses. We too have witnessed this risen Lord in the celebrations of Holy Week. We have embraced and worshiped Christ in our communion with Him. Now it is our turn to witness to all the world the Good News of salvation. Miraculously each of us in each new generation can experience the presence of the risen Lord and experience His love through His church and His miracles happening still today. We are His present-day witnesses proclaiming His presence.

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Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

Easter Mass 4-4-21
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Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

Easter Vigil Mass, Saturday, April 3 at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, New Bremen, OH. Multistreaming by Castr.io. ... See MoreSee Less

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Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

Easter Vigil Mass, Saturday, April 3 at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, New Bremen, OH. Multistreaming by Castr.io. ... See MoreSee Less

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Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

Easter Vigil Mass, Saturday, April 3 at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, New Bremen, OH. Multistreaming by Castr.io. ... See MoreSee Less

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Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

April 2, Good Friday. Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, New Bremen, OH. Multistreaming with Castr.io ... See MoreSee Less

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Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, New Bremen OH
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Deacon’s Bench:
Through suffering, Christ was made perfect, and we too must suffer to become more perfect in the eyes of God. Suffering for the good of others builds up the Church. Jesus Christ suffered to reconcile us to God for our sins of the past. If the most perfect human, also a person of God, Jesus Christ, makes restitution for mankind’s failures of love and obedience, then those sins are gone, and we become clean of imperfections. Still, this would not be enough to gain eternal life in Heaven. It was His resurrection from the dead and His invitation to follow Him to eternal life in Heaven that brings us salvation. As humans we have no ability to cross over into Heaven, but through the grace of God and the invitation of Jesus Christ, it becomes possible for any of us.

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Triduum/Easter Livestream Mass Schedule:
Holy Thursday @ 7:30 p.m. (this has changed since bulletin)
Good Friday @ 3:00 p.m.
Easter Vigil @ 8:45 p.m.
Easter Sunday @ 9:30 a.m.
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To help prepare for Easter, Fr. Dorn is adding the following Confession times:
Wednesday, March 31: 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Friday, April 2 (Good Friday): 10:00 a.m. - noon.
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Deacon’s Bench:
Formed by God and brought to life by the Holy Spirit, we are blessed by our God. Just as Lazarus and his sisters were blessed by Jesus, so are we. Jesus defended Mary’s use of expensive perfume to thank Him for His sacrifice of life. We too should not skimp on honoring Jesus for what He has done for us. He willingly gave everything for our salvation and only asks that we worship God and love our neighbor as He has shown us. We glorify God with our lives when we live in righteousness and love of our neighbor. It is for this sake that we celebrate Holy week within the church. Easter is very holy and sacred to us.

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2 weeks ago

Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

Passion (Palm) Sunday Mass, March 28, 2021 at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, New Bremen, OH. Multistreaming by Castr.io ... See MoreSee Less

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