MARCH 1, 2017
Ash Wednesdays Mass Schedule
7:30 AM - Holy Martyrs
8:15 AM - Sacred Heart
5:30 PM - Holy Martyrs
6:00 PM - St. Gregory
6:30 PM - St. Jude
Ash Wednesdays are days of fasting and abstinence. This means no meat and two simple meals and on main meal without eating between meals.
What are you doing for Lent?
Daily Weekday Mass
Stations of the Cross every Friday
Youth Living Stations of the Cross
Simple Meals on Friday during Lent
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Sacrament of Confession for Easter
Small Faith-sharing Groups
Friday Simple Meal on Fridays of Lent
Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowls
Day of Fasting and Abstinence
Catholics around the world mark the beginning of Lent by observing the fast, which at least is two small meals and one major meal. It is also a time to abstain from meat as a sign of penance. Everyone is always free to do more than the law for penance.
Please take the time to remember in prayer
those who are ill:
Arthur Roberge who is ill with cancer.
Larry Roberge who has surgey on Feb. 24.
Sharon Leskanic who is recovering from surgery.
Those who recently had funerals:
Claire Michaud, Anthony Mancini, Donna Glaser
Our recently Baptised:
Cecilia Guerrette, Greta Baldacci, Claire Koperniak
To request prayers for someone in need, please e-mail Fr. Daniel Greenleaf. It is important that we get the approval from these individuals first in order to protect their privacy.
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