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Mass Fr Hollis • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Sunday, October 26th

Mass Fr Hollis • 8:00am - 9:00am
Mass Fr Chris • 10:00am - 11:00am
High School Theology • 11:00am - 12:00pm
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Legion of Mary • 3:30pm
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From the Pastor
on 10/23/2014  

A few weeks ago I shared a few numbers—the numbers of the many parishioners who are participating in the religious education opportunities here at the parish— from our PSR students to our adults engaged in Adult Faith Formation. I have a few more numbers I want to share with you this week. They are the number of individuals that we rarely see, but are the people who need us to be present in their lives - the homebound and those living in the nursing facilities in our community.

Each Sunday after the 8am Mass, many of our Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion take communion to these individuals. On average we send our ministers out into the community to visit 175 people - bringing them the Eucharist. What a joy and pleasure it is for me to send forth these ministers; it is truly a vision of what our church is called to do - together we are called to serve those in need! I will be forever grateful for those among us who serve the elderly & sick in this most important way!

Each month I also celebrate & offer Mass at Breckenridge, the Manor Care & Emeritus Nursing Facilities. The number of individuals served at these Masses is on average 75 more people who look forward each month to these encounters with Christ in the Eucharist.

As I mentioned, for the most part, these people are those among us who may go unseen - I am happy & pleased to say that because of everyone's dedication our parish "sees" them! Because we support the parish with our sacrificial gifts, our time & our talents - "WE" are able to support all these people in need. I can't but think that one day we may find ourselves exactly where these people find themselves today - in homes possibly feeling lonely & isolated. What a blessing it is for us to be present to them; what a blessing it is to bring Christ to them! Thanks one and all for your support of our parish & the service that enables us to do so many good and wonderful things like this!

Have a blessed and holy week.

Fr. Chris

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Eucharisitc Devotions November 16-17-18

They begin Sunday, Nov. 16th after the noon Mass and last until 7:00 pm with vespers

They continue after the 9:00 am Mass on Monday, Nov. 17th until 7:00 pm with vespers

They begin again after the 9:00 am Mass Tuesday, Nov. 18th until 7:00 pm with vespers-closing

Fr. Michael Gurnick will be the guest Homilist - social in St. Joe's Hall to follow the closing.

SS Peter & Paul - new pics
on 10/14/2014

From Msgr Ngindu:


See document under Parish Documents to the Left

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"Celebrate Life" Benefit Fundraiser
on 10/12/2014

In honor of Immaculate Conceptions 150 years of life, celebrating the life of the parish today and embracing our future, we will be hosting a “Spaghetti Benefit Dinner” to benefit Youth Programs.

Join us for a Spaghetti Benefit Dinner

Saturday, November 15, 2014  6:00-9:00 pm in St. Josephs Hall
Cost $10.00 per person, take out will be available on pre-order basis.
7:30 pm ~ Chinese & Live Auction ~ 50-50 Raffle

It is our hope and intent that we can send a bus to Washington with our youth and parishioners for the National March for Life in the future.

Tickets available in the Parish Office now and will be available after Masses beginning in mid-October.

For more information, contact Elayne Kramer at 440-951-7728

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