Bulletin: 6th Sunday of Easter
1st Communion ~ Next Saturday, May 7th, 4:00pm.
Reception to follow in the hall
Please join us to celebrate the young parishioners of our parish who will be making their First Communion. Please keep them in your prayers:
May 1 ~ Angie & David Lawrence (living)
May 7 ~ Alejandro Orenday
May 14 ~ Fred Holland
May 21 ~ Wayne Harnish
Last Sunday Collections: Note: CC stands for Capital Campaign
St. Anthony’s – Regular $472; Loose $134.20 Renovations $5; Fuel $50; Pickles & Jam (CC) $20; Donation (CC) $100.00; Appeal Rebate (CC) $135.10
St. Faustina’s – Regular $265; Loose $32
Pastoral Council Nominees: If you would like to nominate someone to be on the Pastoral Council, please fill out the forms which are on the tables near both entrances of the church. Please place them in the collection basket during Mass.
Catechism: Saturday, May 7th at 3:30pm to prepare for First Communion.
2016 Assembly of the People of God on May 13-14, 2016 at Saint Mary’s Cathedral Basilica: The Assembly is a conference, a pilgrimage, and a celebration of faith. This year we will explore the call from Pope Francis for every parish to become an “oasis of mercy”. As part of this event you will be able to join in a worldwide wave of mercy by passing through the “Door of Mercy” at the Cathedral. Additionally, the event falls on Pentecost—the birthday of the church—and you will have the chance to celebrate the great gift of the Holy Spirit. Visit: www.halifaxyarmouth.org/assembly
Polish Luncheon: Will be held after the Mass in Polish on May 15th. All proceeds go towards our roof fund. $10 per plate and includes coffee or tea and cake.
Classic Country Show: The next show is Sunday, May 15th at 7:00pm. Admission is $7.
Flea Market: Our flea market is the weekend of May 28th & 29th. We are in need of items. Contact Gordon at 902.469.5698 or see him at Mass.
St. Vincent de Paul: Item of the month for May is Kraft Dinner.
Our Spring DVD series continues… This Tuesday, May 3rd at 6:30pm in the parish hall
Untold Blessings: Our ultimate goal is to be a saint. It is our greatest calling and what is desired for us by our Creator. Bishop Robert Barron paints a beautiful and mysterious image of what it takes to be a follower of Jesus Christ.