Theater ‘N’ Theology- June 2

We marvel at how God’s mercy, presence, and grace breaks in to the lives of ordinary people in good times and in crisis. That is what we see in the films that we view and discuss at our parish TNT (Theater ‘N’ Theology). Our next TNT takes place on Friday, June 2, beginning promptly at 7:00 p.m. All are welcome to come to our Incarnation Movie Theater (the “Stone Chapel”) with comfortable seating and large projection. After the movie (the “Theology” part), we discuss the film’s relevance to our life in Christ and note the action of God’s mercy. Our June feature is the 2016 French film The Innocents. In 1945 Poland, a young French Red Cross doctor who is sent to assist the survivors of the German camps discovers several nuns in advanced states of pregnancy during a visit to a nearby convent. Rated PG-13. Facilitated by Fr. Gregory. All are welcome. Come watch a great movie with your brothers and sisters in Christ!

Prayer Shawl Ministry

Join us every other Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in room 19 to knit and crochet prayer shawls.

Meeting Dates:

May 27
June 10
June 24
July 8


Flower Donations

The Parish accepts donations for the weekly flowers that adorn the altar and ambo in honor or memory of a loved one! The cost is $90.00. Your name or a “memorial” name will be printed in the bulletin as a “thank-you” for your donation. Flowers are needed for the following Sundays and feast days:

Sundays during the Easter Season
June 4 (Pentecost Sunday — Liturgical color is red),
June 11 (Trinity Sunday — Liturgical color is white),
June 18 (Corpus Christi — Liturgical color is white)
• and for Sundays during the Summer Ordinary Time.

Thank you to all who have made such generous gifts, which allow us to decorate the liturgical space.

Baptisms and Confirmations!

We joyfully welcome the following children into the Roman Catholic Community through the Sacrament of Baptism:

Donald Easton Ellis
Charlotte Dane Monaco
Paul Gabriel Sturtevant
Emma Rose Sturtevant
Isabella Grace Sturtevant
Gabriel Torres-Gomez
Leonel Torres-Gomez
Congratulations to all who received the Holy Spirit through the Sacrament of Confirmation.
Kristina Abraham
Noah Adderly
Abey Babu
Carlos Beltran
Marcus Bunch
Hiroshi Calderon
Diana Chacon-Valadez
Elizabeth Chairaz
Benjamin Fallica
Uziel Guzman
Kimberly Guzman-Arias
Katelyn Houston
Annette Joseph
Maria Maldonado
Dominic Matriccino
Maggie McMullan
Angie Mejia-Ramos
Andrew Niehaus
Maxwell Nootbaar
Andrew Rodgers
Aileen Sanchez
Sabrina Shisbey
Aliyah Torres
Preston Weaver
Elizabeth Wombacher
Abigail Woods

Pastoral Council Agenda for May 16

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Parishioners are welcome to attend our Pastoral Council meetings. The next one is Tuesday, May 16, at 7:30 p.m. in the conference room.

Habitat for Humanity Build Days: May 20 and July 15

Incarnation participates in the work of Habitat for Humanity, building houses for and with community members in need! No construction experience is necessary, and this is a great way to spend a Saturday living our faith and doing tangible work in the community. We also need people to photograph the event, and provide lunch. Our next build dates are May 20, and July 15. Please check out the sign-up sheets in the Narthex for details and to put your name down!

Virginians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty

VADP will be hosting their annual regional meeting at Incarnation on Tuesday, May 16 at 7:00 p.m. in the Conference Room. Please join us to get updates on what’s happening, and participate in discussion around this important pro-life issue!

Easter Photos


The New Testament

Sunday, May 7th 10:15 a.m.

The Bible should be the indispensable handbook for any follower of Jesus. As Saint Jerome, one of the four great Doctors of the Western Church said, “Ignorance of the Scriptures is ignorance of Christ.” Do we have a working familiarity with the Bible, especially the New Testament? On Sunday, May 7, between the morning Masses (starting about 10:15am), Father Gregory’s Adult Sunday school topic will be The New Testament in the Parish Activity Center. We will begin going through the entire New Testament, no Gospel, book, or letter left out, so we can all become more familiar with the New Testament landscape. It will be an adventure, so grab a cup of coffee and come on over! All are welcome. Like all good Catholics, BYOB: Bring your own Bible!

Via Lucis- May 3

The Easter Season, which continues for us Catholics to Pentecost, is a time of special grace during which the risen presence of Jesus is palpable for those who stop and take notice. Towards this end, you are invited to attend the paschal Way of the Light, or Via Lucis, on Wednesday, May 3, at 6:30 p.m. This new devotion includes 14 stations for reflection on Christ’s Pasch, from His Resurrection to Pentecost. We will meet outside the main entrance to the church. Facilitated by Fr.Gregory. All are welcome.