Bulletin: Christ the King
Christmas & New Year’s Mass Schedule English Polish December 24 ~ Christmas Eve 7:00pm 11:00pm December 25 ~ Christmas Day 9:00am 1:00pm December 26 ~ Feast of St. Stephen 1:00pm December 27 ~ Saturday 4:00pm December 28 ~ Sunday 9:00am 1:00pm December 31 ~ New Year’s Eve 4:00pm January 1 ~ The Solemnity of Mary 10:00am 1:00pm
Last Sunday Collections:
St. Anthony’s ~ Regular $1,207.50; Loose $46; Books & Candles $48; Renovations $100; Fuel $185; Lottery Ticket Sales $200; Donation $250;Country Time Show $659.90
St. Faustina’s ~ Regular $440; Loose $10; Fuel $75; All Souls $5; Donation $300
Prayer Community: This Tuesday, November 25th at 7:00pm. Everyone is welcome!
Cleaning Walls: If anyone is available to help out, we will be cleaning the walls of the hall basement (to prep for painting) next Wednesday, November 26th at 9:00am.
Country Time Show: Thank you to everyone who came out to support the show. Proceeds were $659.90. The next Country Time Show will be Sunday, December 14th at 7:00pm.
Advent Backpack Project: This year our parish will once again partner with four other Dartmouth parishes to fill bags of gifts for the patrons of Feeding Others of Dartmouth and other local charities. Our goal is to fill 400 gift bags with useful items for adult men and women who do not have the resources to provide for themselves. Near the main entrance to the church, you will find gift bags with a list of suggested items inside. Please take a gift bag home with you, fill it, and deliver it back to the church on or before Thursday, December 18th. We hope for your generous support of this Advent project.
Lottery Tickets: Please see Gordon at the main entrance of the church after Mass to buy your tickets. The first prize is a beautiful quilt. The draw will take place on December 14th at the Country Time Show at 7:00pm.
St. Joseph Sunday Missals 2015: Are available for $5 in the Sacristy.
St. Vincent de Paul Society: Item of the month for November is peanut butter. The donation box is located near the entrance. Thank you!
The spiritual life is realized when we are before God, and the journey takes us between ‘Am I My Brother’s Keeper?’ to‘Loving My Enemy.’ This will flow from the experience of God’s inexhaustible love and forgiveness.