Weekend News

Happy Sunny Friday Afternoon!
Just a few reminders as we head into the weekend:  Don’t forget this Sunday is our annual St. Patrick’s Day dinner! Take out will be available from 12-2pm. Once again the meal is catered by Grey Gables Inn & Restaurant.  On Fridays during Lent, we are offering Stations of the Cross at 9:15am (student led) and 6:00pm (Knights of Columbus). Please join us if you are able!  If you can help usher at the 8am Mass on Sunday, please call the Parish office 547-6652 or let the on-duty Sacristan know before Mass starts.  Also a reminder that Father Peter will be hearing confessions before Masses throughout the Lenten season.  We are also in need of help with cleaning/disinfecting the church after all the Masses. Please click to sign up here or call the parish office to let Mindy know you can take a slot. We need help at all Masses & it only takes a few minutes if we have 3-4 people to help out.  The Lenten Formation Group Study continues on Wednesdays from 6:30-7:30pm. If you are interested in participating next week, please call the Parish office: 547-6652. We also have a zoom option available. If you are unable to attend but would still like to watch the series, it is available on FORMED.org and the study guide materials are available hereWe will continue offering a “High-Risk” Mass for our parishioners who are high-risk or have family members who are high-risk at the Saturday 4pm Vigil Mass. The back entry doors to the church will be unlocked for entry and exit for the hi-risk people, and then the wooden interior doors at the back of the church will be closed so that the church vestibule will be cordoned off for the high-risk group. Thanks for your patience and consideration as we strive to make everyone feel comfortable coming back to Mass.  Our next Fish Fry is Friday, March 19 starting at 5pm.  Enjoy your weekend! 
  “Force yourself, if necessary, always to forgive those who offend you, from the very first moment. For the greatest injury or offense you can suffer from them is nothing compared to what God has forgiven you.”
— St. Josemaria Escriva