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April 30: This weekend, we read of the Emmaus journey. We read of the two disciples on their way. So much has happened in their experience. They were probably in Jerusalem filled with hope that Jesus, when they heard about, was going to change their lives for the better. They probably witnessed how Jesus was treated by the authorities- tortured and crucified like a criminal. Now there were people claiming that hey had actually seen him alive. Then a stranger comes between the disciples and enquires of what was happening. They tell the stranger of what was happening. The stranger, Jesus, whom they did not recognize, corrects them and reminds them of what the prophets had proclaimed. Then they recognize at the breaking of bread, he disappears and then the 2 disciples reveals what happened to them. How does the Risen Jesus open the scriptures for us? There are many questions we can ask ourselves. Let us pray for each other- that we may learn how to recognize the Risen Christ in the breaking of the bread.
Church Office Hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 9:00 am to noon. Father Mark is available on Tuesdays & Thursdays.For more announcements & news, visit the Sunday's Bulletin link at the top of this page.
Ladies Guild Project: Ladies Guild will be collecting canned tomatoes, carrots, beets,and peas for Manna House and Diapers (3-5), ladies flip flops for Joy Ministry. If you wish to donate items, please place them in the collection box in the Parish Hall.
Mass for Families with Special Needs, April 29: Rev. Dan Dower will celebrate the annual mass for families with special needs Saturday, April 29, at 10 a.m. at the Chapel of Sts. Peter and Paul. The mass will be bi-lingual. A reception will follow in the chancery. All families with children or adults with special needs are welcome. A modified liturgy will be celebrated to accommodate these needs. All parishes are asked to send a representative so they can see how to model this liturgy in their parish. Special dispensation from your Sunday obligation for this weekend will be granted to those who attend. Please RSVP to Linda Porter by April 27 so we can provide for the reception. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Summit Spring Retreat, April 28-30: Come Join ICY and Edge to get away from it all. No parents, no teachers, no stress- just a weekend away from everything that’s weighing you down. The weekend will be a time to enjoy time with your friends, tackle the rope course and grow in your faith! Who: All 6-8th graders When: 28th - 30th April Where Pines Camp How much: $80 Both Icy and Edge have scholarships money available. Registration forms can be found at the bulletin board.
Diocesan Marian Conference, May 13: Our Lady of Fatima Mark your calendars for the 2017 Diocesan Marian Conference on May 13, celebrating 100 years since the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima. Presentations will be in English and Spanish, and Bishop Strickland will celebrate an afternoon Mass in honor of Our Lady of Fatima. See Diocese web site for more info.