Weekly Update: 2/25-3/4
Lenten Friday Evening Schedule
5:30pm Mass (Church)
6:00pm Lenten Soup Supper (Parish Hall)
for students and residents
7:00pm Stations of the Cross (Church)
St. Vincent DePaul still needs our help
Needs for the St. Vincent de Paul Pantry this week are as follows:
pancake mix and syrup, cereal, vegetable soup, or canned meat other than tuna
All donations are truly appreciated.
StVdP wants to ask parishioners to PLEASE make it a habit to bring at least one food item each time they attend mass in hopes that more food can be donated. This would enable SVDP to deliver to families more often. Currently, our families only get help only once every 6 months.
The Gabriel Project celebrated the birth of one of our babies on February 4! She weighed 5 lbs. 8 oz. and is in need of Preemie or Newborn diapers or new/gently-used tiny clothing.
Donations may also be left in the SVDP Box in the Narthex.
We also have girl babies who are currently 4 months and 6 months old. Please join us in praying for these little girl babies and their mommies.
Your prayers and donations help them to have healthier and happier lives.
BSU Spring Break is Coming!!!
Please note Changes to Calendar
No Sunday Adoration on March 5th or March 12th.
No 12:15pm Mass on March 6,8,10
No 8pm Holy Hour or Confessions March 7th
No 8pm Mass March 9th
No Soup Supper March 10th (5:30pm Mass and 7pm Stations as normal)
Haiti Mission Cans
Members of the Haiti Committee will be handing out cans this weekend to support the medical clinic in Haiti.
Cans can be returned at the collection on Holy Thursday or on Easter.
My Catholic Faith
The Book of Revelation - Monday Evenings, 7pm, Parish Hall, Lower Level
Next Class: Monday, Feb 27th
Will not meet Monday, March 6th due to BSU Spring Break
Our pastor, Fr. Brian Doerr, has long enjoyed studying the Book of Revelation. The book is the center of much discussion and even futuristic speculation. What is really happening in the Book of Revelation? What is the message St. John is attempting to communicate? Does the book impact the future of the world? Can any of this be ascertained or interpreted by modern Christians? The mark of the beast, the anti-Christ, the whore of Babylon, 666, God's wrath... and the victory of the Divine Lamb, it will all be discussed and revealed. YES! There are answers to these questions.
Christ 101: The Evidence for Christianity
Condensed - LENT
Are you a college student who encounters hostility from peers or academics because of your Christian faith? Are you a parent who is concerned about your kids keeping their faith as they head toward college?
course created by Scott M Sullivan, Ph.D. shows how to defend your faith against popular misconceptions and attacks using reason with evidence. The full course is available to parishioners on DVD with 14 hours of video given over 28 lessons.
version of the program will be presented on Sundays during Lent, from 10:15-11:00 AM, by Kevin Luksus (Dates: March 5, 12, 19, 26, and April 2). Kevin is an Ecclesial Lay Minister and parishioner at St. Francis.
Email Kevin at
for more info.
February 26th Bulletin
Sent by Joshua Bennett on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at 9:50AM