Come, Lord Jesus! Bible Study
Come, Lord Jesus! (CLJ) inspires and assists Catholics to live out the Gospel message to the fullest. Through weekly prayer meetings, prayer, and scriptural study, members are formed into ardent apostolic witnesses and dedicated parish ministers. The program is based on the three year cycle of Sunday readings; the group reflects upon one reading each week. Parishioners have the opportunity to become a member of an already existing Come, Lord Jesus! group, or become a leader and start a group of their own. A list of current groups is listed here. To join an existing group, or lead a CLJ group please contact Jeannie Landry at 385-6639 or Gail Dupuis at 385-2905, so that we can address your wish to be a part of Come, Lord Jesus!.
Consider joining a Come Lord Jesus! group.
It’s much more than a bible study.
Check the available meeting
locations near you to inquire about joining.
Our Lady Star of the Sea page is dedicated to the local Confraternity. View the page below for upcoming events, pictures, and the chaplet prayer for Our Lady Star of the Sea.
How to pray the Chaplet of Our Lady, Star of the Sea
This Chaplet has a Medal of the Virgin Mary, 3 separate beads and then Example: 1 set of 12 beads. Medal + 1 + 1 + 1 / 12.
Beginning at the medal, say the following prayer:
“Most beautiful Flower of Mount Carmel,
Fruitful Vine, Splendor of Heaven,
Blessed Mother of the Son of God,
assist me in this my necessity.
O Star of the Sea,
help me and show me herein
that you are my Mother.”
“Holy Mary, Mother of God,
Queen of Heaven and Earth,
I humbly beseech you
from the bottom of my heart,
to succor me in this necessity;
there are none that can withstand your power.”
On the first three beads, you say
1 “Our Father,”
1 “Hail Mary“, and
1 “Glory be.”
The intentions of these three beads are for those who minister in the Church, the Pope, the local Bishop and the Parish priest.
On each of the 12 beads that follow, these representing the 12 stars on Our Lady’s Crown, say 1 “Hail Mary” followed by the following invocations.
“Our Lady, Star of the Sea,
help and protect us!”
I place this cause in your hand.”