Bulletin: 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Father in Heaven, Protect us in our struggle against evil. As we begin the discipline of Lent, make this season holy by our self-denial. Grant this through our Lord Jesus Christ who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit one God, for ever and ever.
St. Anthony’s ~ Regular $745; $Loose $93.75; Renovations $95; Fuel $55
St. Faustina’s ~ Regular $305; Loose $14
Countdown to Lent: This Wednesday, February 13th is Ash Wednesday; calling us to fast and abstain from meat. Mass will be at 9:00am and 6:30pm. Lent begins next Sunday, February 17th. Ash Wednesay and Good Friday are Official Fast Days of the Church.
Country Time Show: Next Sunday, February 17th at 7:00pm. Admission is $6. Come out and enjoy the show. Lots of great entertainment. Master of Ceremonies: Al Hollingsworth; Back up Band is Grover Country – Featuring: Nathalie Ladouceur, Mort Lohnes, Charlie Bourque, Bob MacDonald, Ron Verge.
Lottery Tickets: The lottery tickets for the Polish Festival with cash prizes are now available and next weekend we will be asking you to take a book of tickets home to sell to your friends. For more information contact Gordon Jewers at 469-5698.
St. Vincent de Paul Society: Item of the month for February is a box of Kraft Dinner. Thank you for supporting our St. Vincent de Paul Society and helping us feed the hungry!
St. Paul’s Church Valentine Tea & Sale: Has been postponed and will be held Saturday, February 16th, from 1:00pm – 3:30pm. Admission is $5.
Memorial of Our Lady of Lourdes ~ February 11th: Grant us, O merciful God, protection in our weakness, that we, who keep the Memorial of the Immaculate Mother of God, may with the help of her intercession, rise up from our iniquities. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, One God, forever and ever.
World Day of the Sick – February 11th: The ministry of Jesus to the sick is central to the life of the Church. February 11th (Memorial of Our Lady of Lourdes) highlights the healing ministry of the Church. It reminds us that service to the sick an suffering cannot be neglected. It recognizes the great efforts of doctors, nurses, health care institutions and pastoral care givers to restore health to those afflicted with illness and disease.