Christ is Risen! Alleluia! Alleluia! We have seen the greatest gift of ‘limitless love’ by our God ~ who is love. Now it is our turn with this new life given to us through Christ’s death and resurrection to say ‘yes’ to this gift and receive it fully. To love without limits can be painful as we have witnessed Christ crucified on the Cross ~ Christ has shown us that love is life in Him. And loving without limits will bring pain and suffering, but also joy. We enter the One Grain of Wheat that died for all, and live in fullness of life in Christ. This is the way we truly experience fullness of joy and the good fruit of His resurrection – eternal life.
Last Sunday Collections (Note: CC – Capital Campaign):
St. Anthony’s – Regular $812; Loose $197.45; Candles $122.40; Pro-Life $20; Dev & Peace $10; Renovations $20; Fuel $10; Country Classic Donation $55
St. Faustina’s – Regular $530; Loose $124.65; Polish Luncheon $940
Sanctuary Scenery: A special thanks to Urszula & Leszek Rudz and the Polish men who helped beautify our Sanctuary with the scenic background. Our church looks beautiful!
Polish Luncheon: Thank you St. Faustina’s community for a wonderful, traditional Polish meal last Sunday. Proceeds for our parish were $940.
Adoration: Resumes Thursday, April 12th at 7:00pm.
Spring Flea Market: Please join us May 5th & 6th. If you have any items to donate, please see Gordon or phone him at 902.469.5698. We will have fish & corn chowder, a bake sale and lots of items for you to purchase.
Country Classic Show: The next show is Sunday, April 15th at 7:00pm.
St. Vincent de Paul: Item of the month for April is pancake mix & syrup.
You’re invited to St. Anthony Parish & St. Faustina’s Polish Mission Divine Mercy Celebration (Sunday, April 8th, 2018): Confessions start at 2pm Divine Mercy Chaplet at 3pm Mass starts at 3:10pm Veneration of St. Faustina’s Relic following Mass