Bulletin: 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
September 9 ~ Jim Dudley
September 23 ~ Souls in Purgatory
Last Sunday Collections (Note: CC – Capital Campaign):
St. Anthony’s – Regular $665; Loose $170.50; Renovations $120
St. Faustina’s – Regular $505; Loose 20
Pastoral Council: The next meeting is this Tuesday, September 12th at 6:30pm.
Catechism: Please consider your loved ones by encouraging them in faith and welcoming them into our parish family. If they have children, please invite them to join our Catechism program. To register children for our program, please speak to Br. Nathanael.
Pickles & Jam Fundraiser: John & Darlene LeBlanc will be back to help our parish again! If anyone would like to help with the process of this fundraiser, please let Br. Nathanael or Helen MacCormac know. Also, if anyone is able to donate a box of mason jars (500ml) for this, we would appreciate it. We need approximately 10 boxes. The best prices are at Walmart.
Fall Flea Market: We are starting to collect items for our upcoming Flea Market on October 28th & 29th. If you have new or used items, please see Gordon Jewers after Mass to arrange a drop off time. Thank you for your contributions.
St. Vincent de Paul: Item of the month is Kraft Dinner. If you have any non-perishable donations, that are not the item of the month, please feel free to drop them in the donation box at any Mass. Thank you for your donations!
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