Bulletin: 2nd Sunday of Advent
Dec 3 ~ Fred Pottie
Dec 10 ~ Gonzalo Afable Jr. & Lilia Afable
Dec 17 ~ Thanksgiving to St. Anthony
Dec 31 ~ Bill Skeffington
Last Sunday Collections (Note: CC - Capitol Campaign)
St. Anthony’s: Regular $485; Loose $159.05; Books & Candles $99.50; Community $20; Fuel $5; Jams $55 (CC); Raffle Tickets $15; Classic Country (CC) $48
St. Faustina’s: Regular $430; Loose $22
Rosary Group: Please switch to the next Mystery this Sunday, December 4th.
Backpack Project: These backpacks are given as Christmas presents to the patrons of Feeding Others of Dartmouth. There are bags on the tables near the entrance of the church containing lists of suggested items. Please take a bag home, fill it with items, and deliver the bag back to the church before Thursday, December 15th. Thank you for your support!
Catechism: December 17th will be the last class before Christmas.
Classic Country Show: Sunday, December 18th at 7:00pm - $7 per person. Come out and celebrate the Christmas season with Sidewinder Plus and friends and family. Be prepared to enjoy and take part in singing some of our great traditional music.
Jams: We are selling strawberry and strawberry/ rhubarb jam after Masses on the weekend at the main entrance of the church. Jars are $5 each.
Annual Lottery: We are still selling tickets for our Annual Lottery. If you would like to purchase any, or help sell a book of tickets, please see Gordon after Mass.
2017 St. Joseph’s Missals: Are available in the Sacristy for $5 each.
St. Vincent de Paul: Item of the month is peanut butter.
PharmaChoice Perks: We are collecting Perks points for our Outreach Program. If you have any that you do not need, please drop them in the collection basket.
Polish Events: St. Nicholas will be visiting the children after the Mass in Polish this Sunday, December 4th. There will also be a lunch of cabbage rolls / hunter stew for $7 per person.
DVD Series: This Tuesday, December 6th ~ 6:30pm-8:00pm, (Part Two) featuring Michelangelo – The Artist. The master of sculpture and painting is not a saint but serves as the privileged representative of the creative potential engendered by the Catholic Faith. The Church professes that beauty is a route of access to God, and through humanity’s creative artistry we glimpse the power and glory of the Lord.
Dartmouth Region Advent Reconciliation Services:
St. Peter’s Parish ~ This Wednesday, December 7th at 7:00pm
St. John XXIII ~ Next Thursday, December 15th at 7:00pm