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Toronto's Lift Jesus Higher Rally this Saturday

April 13, 2009
rally2Christ is risen, truly He is risen, alleluia!
After 40 days of Lent, a somber Holy Week, the powerful and moving Easter Triduum, we have launched into the Easter season. It's a time of joy, of hope, of new life! It's the perfect time to rejoice in our faith.
One excellent way to celebrate and rejoice in our faith is to gather with thousands of other Catholics from all over Canada and the U.S. for the annual Lift Jesus Higher Rally.
Catholic Renewal Ministries invites you to Toronto's Metro Convention Centre this Saturday, April 18th for a day featuring inspiring speakers, soaring music, confessions, a Eucharistic Healing Procession, and Holy Mass. Vist the official Lift Jesus Higher Rally website HERE for a full list of speakers and their biographies.
For young people, ages 12-20, there will be a separate Youth Rally filled with inspirational talks, skits, testimonials and great praise and worship music.
Come celebrate His Divine Mercy Graces! Come celebrate your Catholic faith! Come Lift Jesus Higher!
For tickets or info call (416) 251-4255 or visit www.lift-jesus-higher-rally.org.

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