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Italy: Orvieto, Assisi, Florence & Rome -

Fr. James Golka from St. Mary's Cathedral

October 12-21, 2021  Trip # 2118

Discover the tranquil hilltop village of Assisi. Taste an array of Italian wines. Explore Florence, the living museum of Italian Renaissance. Enjoy a special private tour of the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel, without the crowds! Accompanied by an excellent local guide, learn about the spiritual, historical, and cultural significance of Italy. Let Magi Travel take you on one of their quality, custom tours which have been planned and perfected for over 35 years. Space is limited so sign up today!

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 Anointing of the Sick
 The Anointing of the Sick finds its foundation in Jesus Christ and the teaching of the Apostles, particularly St. James.  It is for those who areseriously ill due to sickness or old age.  

When should a person be anointed?  There are no set standards, so it is necessary to excercise prudent judgement in each case.  The common cold is not sufficiently serious for most people, but a person near death has long passed the threshold for the sacrament.  

If a person has become seriously ill, contact a priest to request the sacrament of anointing.  The "Last Rites" involve several different rites, which vary according to circumstances.  The sacrament for those who are dying is Communion, in the form of Viaticum (one's last Communion). 
 
St. Mary's Cathedral holds occasional healing masses, which are opportunities for the sick--especially the elderly--to come to mass and receive the anointing.  
  • The healing mass is held the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 11:00a.  It is followed by the Friendship Luncheon in the parish hall.  
In addition, the priests at St. Mary's Cathedral visit St. Francis Medical Center regularly to visit parishioners and to anoint the sick.  
    St. Mary's Cathedral
    112 S Cedar St.  Grand Island, NE 68801
    PH: (308) 384-2523 | FAX: (308) 384-2527
    Office Hours: Mon-Thurs 8:30a.m. - 4:30p.m.
    Email:
    office@stmarysgi.com

    St. Mary's Immigration Program/Programa de Inmigración
    PO Box 938 | Grand Island, NE 68802-0938
    PH: (308) 381-2855  | FAX: (308) 381-2925
    Office Hours:   By appointment