THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH
At Home: Catherine Allen, Charlie Campbell, Josephine Calabro, Frank Carrick, Judy Hall, Mary Ann Koch, Tim McManus, Al Moeller, Mary Ann Prager, Larry Schwartz, Tyler Zust, James Johnson,
Betty Friedlinghaus, Charles
Walker, Paul Wingert, Jake Sterpka,
Margaret Campbell, Ruth Neal, Maryann Neymeyer. Mary Kay Oris,
Father Thomas, Dora Malyk, Rita
Kristy Yosick, Don Alexander, Fodah Kenneh
Special Note: Due to St. Patrick’s Day falling on Thursday, RCIA this week will move to Wednesday, March 16th @ in the Atrium. The RCIA session this week will focus on the Moral Life of the Christian, Social Justice and the Gift of Life (Catechism of the Catholic Church Part 3, Paragraphs 1877-1948). The presenter this week will be Mike Keebaugh. All are welcome!
· Lenten fish fry every Friday of Lent from to All you can eat fish including two sides, rolls, and desert, all for $10.00.
· Lasagna dinner, March 13th from until The cost is $7.00 per person.
Carry out orders are available, call 443-0524.
YOUNG at HEART
The ladies of our Young at Heart group will be making their spring trip to St. Francis Mission in McArthur in May. Items needed are: non-perishable food items, clean usable clothing, household articles, such as, toilet tissue, toothpaste, laundry detergent, paper towels and used furniture. You can drop your donations off in the vestibule or contact Betty at
444-8802 or Catherine at 443-6154 to make arrangements for larger item.
LITURGICAL/VOLUNTEER SCHEDULES for March 19-20. 2011 (3rd Sunday of the Month)
Extraordinary Ministers are reminded to cleanse the vessels after each Mass
TIME ALTAR SERVER LECTOR EXTRAORDINARY MINISTER SACRISTAN
Tripp Ryan John Lamotte Chris Hilles, Pat Morris, Lois Morris,
Charlie Collins Rick Driscoll
Edie Collins, Abigail Gischel Mary Kay Oris Mike Chambers, Carolyn Redwood, Bertha Hilsheimer, open Frances Melton
Delaney Dawson Jimmy Vogt
Rebecca & Jillian Vogt Kathleen Haytas Stuart Sinn, Kim Anderson, Open Frances Melton
Collection counters for the 3rd Sunday of the month: Frances Melton and Betty Contosta
Join hundreds of Catholics from
around the Diocese as we walk the streets of
MARCH MADNESS CONTINUES
The annual St. Mary basketball
tournament continues this weekend. St. Mary schools from all around
The reserve boy’s tournament played last weekend was won by our own St. Mary team. Congratulations!!
excited to kick off an exciting employment outreach effort for our local
community! It is absolutely free to
all! St. Ladislas
will host this program each Sunday from - beginning
614-241-2540 or email email@example.com
LEGENDS ABOUT ST. PATRICK abound and details of his life are uncertain, but history
agrees that he was humble and courageous in winning most of
Christ shield me this day: Christ with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ in me, Christ beneath me, Christ above me, Christ on my right, Christ on my left, Christ when I lie down, Christ when I arise, Christ in the heart of every person who thinks of me, Christ in the eye that sees me, Christ in the ear that hears me.
The Marriage and Family Life Office invites you to pray this Litany of St. Joseph, in commemoration of his Feast Day on March 19:
o Joseph, model of husbands, faithful in times of uncertainty and strong in adversity, Pray for us.
o Joseph, model for fathers, firm in teaching and patient in mentoring Jesus, Pray for us.
o Joseph, patron of workers, dedicated to using your gifts and praising God in the work of your hands, Pray for us.
o Joseph, patron of a happy death, entering eternity in the presence of Jesus and the arms of Mary, Pray for us.
o Joseph, man of prayer, familiar with the scriptures and trusting in God’s plan for us, Pray for us.
o Joseph, humble servant of God, dedicated to the care of your home and family, Pray for us.
Loving God, thank you for the life and powerful intercession of your servant, Joseph. May we who reap the benefits of his love for Jesus and Mary imitate the steadfast love for home and family. May his example bring us ever closer to Jesus, who lives and reigns with you forever and ever. Amen.
BISHOP HARTLEY CHEM
Are you tired of doing the same old things each summer? Would you like to get a head start on high school, and have a summer experience worth talking about in the fall? Then you need to check out Bishop Hartley's Chem Camp 2011 for students who will be going into the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades in the fall of 2011. You'll learn science by doing science and see what chemistry is all about as you conduct experiments in a high school chemistry laboratory. You'll also be amazed as you observe dozens of chemical demonstrations. You may begin to look at the world around you in a whole new way. Don't wait until high school to find out what doctors, chemists, veterinarians, pharmacists, and forensic scientists already know - that chemistry is amazing and powerful. June 20-24, from , email firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration form! Register by June 6.
Your generous donations on Ash Wednesday resulted in a total donation of $2,615. 22.