Silent Day of Prayer on the Eucharist
Eucharistic Prayers for Various Needs and Occasions: Reflections on the Way of Jesus
Our Eucharistic Prayers relate to the manner in which Jesus ministered to the people of his time. This “way” offers a guide to the faithful pilgrim of today’s time in finding their way to the Father. The Way of Jesus is not one we walk alone, nor is it one that Jesus wanted us to walk with divisions among us. The Eucharistic Prayer entitled, “A Church on the Way to Unity” encourages our Christian family to walk in the unity Jesus calls us to and celebrates the unity among ourselves that we already have gained through the grace of the Holy Spirit.
The Silent Day of Prayer includes the Mass, and the Sacrament of Reconciliation, two conferences, lunch and concludes with the Rosary and Adoration. This Day of Prayer is silent.
Msgr. Kevin Codd was ordained to the priesthood Aug. 25, 1979. He first served as assistant pastor of St. Mary Parish, Spokane Valley. He has been pastor of the parishes in Brewster, Twisp, and Othello, as well as St. Patrick in Walla Walla and, most recently, St. Thomas More Catholic Student Center in Pullman. He spent a year in the diocese’s mission in Guatemala, and was the rector of the American College, a seminary in Louvain, Belgium. He was elevated to the rank of monsignor in 2007 and, in addition to his duties at St. Thomas, has served the diocese as Vocations Director. Msgr. Codd is currently pastor of Sacred Heart Parish, Spokane.
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