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JOIN US June 20th for our first ever, Donut Sunday!
In honor of Father's Day, we will be serving up free donuts after Sunday masses at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.
Our mission is to promote and defend the right to life of all human beings, from conception to natural death.
A free-will donation basket will be available for anyone that would like to donate to our mission.
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Dignity and respect have been given us by the Lord Jesus Christ. We are so blessed to have our Creator treat us with great respect and give us dignity which rivals that of the angels. Through His life, death, and resurrection Jesus Christ sacrifices His only life as a human to become one of us in every way but sin. We have been given immortal souls of which our eternal future does not depend on our success as a creature of the earth but rather on whether we can love as God has loved us. We can not praise God enough to repay Him for our immortal existence. Our friendship and imitation of Jesus Christ is the best worship we can send to Him.

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Church Directory Update
UCD just added Monday, August 9 and Tuesday, August 10
We need 60 parishioners signed up by July 21, or these sessions may be cancelled. Spread the news, lets fill these days so they add some more. Let’s get everyone in this church directory. Use code “OH2445” with password “directory” to log in.
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Work not for human praise but for the glory of God. You will be rewarded by God for every act of charity one hundred-fold in grace and rewards in this life and the next. Whoever follows the words of Christ will have the love of the Father and will accompany Christ to heaven? Sacrifice your time and treasures for love of others as glory to God and life will be good for you and your loved ones. Teach others as well to do the same. Christ’s message is not just for you but all people.

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Love your enemies and that act of charity will change them from enemies to allies. When we wish good on people who may cause us pain, it helps to break down fear and can often bring peace. Through charity and the act of sharing goods and activities helps reduce fear and allowing for a better relationship with the enemy. But we must be aware not to feed the evil ones over the needy. Loving everyone is not an easy task. It requires actually getting to know them and not just giving them things. God blesses all people, good and bad with many life-giving needs. Should we not also help them all?

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Renovations Update: As you can see from the picture, they (Baumer) have removed all the drop ceiling, grid, and lighting to expose the beautiful wood ceiling. The bulkhead on the south side has been removed so you can see the full beams. They are currently in the process of removing the bulkhead on the north side. The windows are also in the process of being removed (AAG). ... See MoreSee Less

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Praying every day, is necessary to keep fresh in our minds, the love of the Lord and what He offers us through His church. Attention to the mass and the Eucharist at least once a week is necessary to keep the fire of love for Christ alive in our hearts. If we have a loved one at home and never spend time together that love would fade. The same thing happens with our love for Christ and His church. If you do not use your faith in works for Christ, you lose that faith. Prayer and acts of faith are not for God but for our spiritual health. God is always there working in our souls, but are we paying attention to the love and grace He pours on us? It is we who need awakened every day.

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Transform our minds into God’s image as that is the will of the Lord. By this transformation we glorify our God and gain freedom from sin and evil. It is the Holy Spirit that will remove any veil of darkness which hides the true Gospel of Christ. We do not preach as gods but rather as friends of God. We can bring light to the world by preaching the good that God has in store for us and that which is here now. We are His children who can inherit all the glory of eternal life through God.

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Yes, is God’s answer to the things you need to glorify His name. God wants us to have everything we need and will give us the things we ask for when they are needed for good. God has given us all good things. It is only when we turn from God that bad things happen. God is our security and gives us the Holy Spirit to guide and supply what we need. God does not bring evil, but rather it is man’s actions that cause wrongs. God has given us everything we need and never withholds It from us. We are not held hostage by God. Only man in his greed will hold others in slavery. Jesus came to free us from slavery to sin, and He will continue to help us against evil. God will never forsake us.

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Holy Redeemer 2021 VBS: Monday, July 19 to Wednesday, July 21. Details and registration form can be found on the elementary CCD page of our website (hrcatholic.org/elem-ccd) ... See MoreSee Less

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Church Directory
If anyone has any pictures of Holy Redeemer events (Sacraments, Fr Patlinghug, Jesse Romero, etc) that we could possibly include in the church directory, please email to hrtech@nktelco.net. Thank you.
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Rejoice today for God has protected us from many evils. God created us through His words and continues to protect us till the end of time. His Word is Jesus Christ, and He so loved the world that He gave His life for us. When Jesus Christ came to earth, He could have come to enjoy all the good things He had created and lived as a King in the age with every luxury. Instead, He loved us, especially the poor and mistreated, and became like us. He preferred to experience the life of one not favored in this world. Jesus Christ perfectly understands our situations and protects us until we can join Him in joy for eternity.

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Our good works and our work for Christ are not forgotten or end when we die. It lives on in our communities and families. Our memories and earthly monuments may be forgotten, but the traditions and love we give to others through our faith is copied and passed on to future generations. Jesus said to the thousandth generation your good works will be remembered. God does not forget the things we do and will remember them forever. Our family endures through the love we share even should they forget who we are. Heaven is forever and from there we can access both the past and the future. God is timeless and if we join Him in His glory, any part we have in it, will endure.

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Just a reminder: All Masses beginning this Sunday (May 30) will be held in the parish hall. The main church building will be closed for renovations.

We will NOT be live streaming any of the Masses during renovations (while Mass is in the parish hall).

Also, if you can help take out the old pews, our schedule will be Saturday (May 29, 6-9p), Sunday (May 30, 1-5p), Monday (May 31, 10a-1p: if needed). If you had reserved a pew, please plan to pick them up during these hours. Renovations begin June 1 so we need the pews removed by then. ... See MoreSee Less

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Mary is the Mother of the Church. She was given this role by God when she became the mother of Jesus our Savior and then again by Christ from the cross. The Blessed Virgin Mary was a part of our salvation throughout her life. She raised Jesus in the way of the Lord. She remained a part of His disciples throughout His life and then with the early church until Her assumption into heaven. She has a great compassion for those who are abused and taken advantage of. Because the Lord brought her, body, and soul to heaven, she has returned to earth many times to help us in times of trouble. Mary is a great intercessor for us all. Mary is the queen of heaven and earth and we are fortunate to have her help.

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Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

Sunday Mass, May 23 @ 9:30am. Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, New Bremen, OH. Multistreaming with Castr.io ... See MoreSee Less

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“Follow me”, Christ told Peter. After He asked him if He loved Him three times, He told him,” feed my sheep.” Jesus was impressing upon Peter his mission of love for all people. Through this exchange and several others, Jesus set up His church with the apostles to lead it. He did not leave them without guidance but rather sent the Holy Spirit to teach them what they could not know at the time. The Holy Spirit is still working with and teaching His church. Jesus is still present with His church as well as the Father, each in their own authority. We need not worry; because God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit have taken up the responsibility of saving our souls. We only need to be willing to cooperate with their insights and love.

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Bear witness to Christ. Make known His resurrection from the dead and His path to salvation which God is offering us. Be patient for the Holy Spirit to guide us to the right opportunities to spread His Gospel message. We must stay alert to cooperate with the Spirit, for He knows the right time and words to speak. Just as the disciples spread the Gospel by word and deed so can we. We prepare by studying the teachings of His followers, both in the past and the present. Prayer and the sacraments of the church help to guide us by connecting us with God. Communication is important not only with people but also with God.

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