Bulletin: 2nd Sunday of Lent
Our next meeting for Catholicism Series will be NEXT Tuesday, March 25th at 7:00pm.
This Week – The Vast Company of Witnesses: The Communion of SaintsThere is a different theme each week, so please feel free to join us any evening even if you can’t make all sessions. Afterwards, we will have a short discussion (approximately 15 minutes) to share our thoughts. Tea & Coffee will be provided. Open to EVERYONE!
Last Sunday Collections:
St. Anthony’s ~ Regular $688; Loose $51.30; Books & Candles $92.75; Fuel $25
St. Faustina’s ~ Regular $350; Loose $20; Fuel $30; Polish Luncheon/Canteen $1,115
Adoration and Way of the Cross: Every Thursday during Lent, starting at 6:30pm with the Way of the Cross followed by Adoration until 8:00pm.
Parish Council Meeting: Tuesday, March 18th at 7:00pm.
Easter Flowers: If anyone would like donate towards Easter flowers, please drop a separate envelope in the collection basket with your name, envelope # and amount, so you will be credited on your income tax receipts.
Conversion of Hearts: For prayers to be said for the conversion of your relatives, please email Fr. Marc Syrenne, CC, at email@example.com.
Country Time Show: This Sunday, March 16th at 7:00pm. Admission is only $6. Master of Ceremonies is Al Hollingsworth. Back-up band is Grover Country featuring: Florence Axford, Lucy Fleming, Julian Summer, Vic Ivany, Ronnie Masters and Bob Miller.
Spring Flea Market: We will be having a flea market this Spring. Date to be determined. If you have any items to donate, please see Gordon Jewers or call him at 469-5698.
Outreach Program: Please continue to support our Outreach Program by dropping off your recyclables after Mass. See Rupert Lewis or call him at 466-6788.
St. Vincent de Paul: ‘Item of the Month’ for March is Kraft Dinner. Thank you!
Canadian Blood Services: Churchill Academy (formerly St. Peter’s School), 5 Crichton Avenue, Dartmouth ~ Tuesday, March 25th from 5:00pm – 9:00pm. Make your appointment by calling 1.888.236.6283 or online at www.blood.ca. You have the potential of helping to save the lives of accident victims, cancer patients and others that require blood and blood products to survive.
Lenten works: What should we be doing for Lent? Today the Church invites us to prepare for Easter by doing individual penance and penance as a group; by reading God’s word more carefully; by praying more ardently, including sincere prayer for sinners; by giving of ourselves to the service of God’s people.