Bulletin: 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Feb 4 ~ Lou Boudreau
Feb 11 ~ Fred Pottie
Feb 18 ~ Lou Boudreau
Last Sunday Collections (Note: CC – Capital Campaign).
St. Anthony’s – Regular $485; Loose $99.75; Candles $139.05; Renovations $5; Fuel $100
St. Faustina’s – Regular $435; Loose $25; Renovations $20; Fuel $20
DVD Series: This Tuesday, February 7th at 6:30pm (Part Two) featuring Bl. John Henry Newman – The Convert: Is there any truth in matters of religion? Should the Church simply retreat in the face of the challenges of culture? John Henry Newman came into the Church as a convert and used his prodigious intellectual gifts to help the Church better understand its identity and mission and engage the challenges of a secular age.
Catechism: Next Saturday, February 11th at 3:00pm.
Classic Country Show: The next show is Sunday, February 19th at 7:00pm. This month’s entertainers along with Sidewinder (Plus) are Jim Tynes and NSCMHF Inductee Brent Williams and more. Admission is $7.
Flea Market: Our next Flea Market is right around the corner, on Saturday, April 29th and Sunday, April 30th. When you are cleaning out your house or garage, please consider donating to our fundraiser. Please contact Gordon Jewers (902.469.5698) if you can help us this Spring! Thanks.
St. Anthony’s Spiritual Library: Please take advantage of our spiritual library, as it is yours to use. Spiritual reading is a great way of increasing our devotion to our faith and our Lord. It is open after weekend Masses in the boardroom.
2017 Church Envelopes: If you do not currently have envelopes and would like a box, please drop the following information in the collection basket ~ name, address and phone number; or see Br. Nathanael.
Recyclables: Please drop off your recyclables before or after Mass. You can also drop them off anytime at Rupert Lewis’ house, 10 Lahey Road, or call him at 902. 466.6788.
St. Vincent de Paul: Item of the month is pasta sauce.
World Day of Prayer 2017 ‘Am I Being Unfair to You?’ Philippines Country & Culture: World Day of Prayer is a worldwide movement of Christian women of many traditions who come together on the first Friday of March each year to observe a common day of prayer. Through World Day of Prayer, we affirm our faith in Jesus Christ and engage with the whole world, are enriched by the faith experience of Christians of other countries and cultures, share the burdens of other people by praying with them and for them, and use our own talents in the service of God’s world. Prayer and action are inseparable and both have immeasurable influence in the world.We will join our neighbors in celebrating World Day of Prayer here at St. Anthony’s Parish on Friday, March 3rd at 7:00pm.