We are asking parishioners to fill out a survey to assist with a parish-wide and diocesan-wide initiative. “Called for More” is a process to help each parish and the diocese see the strengths and the areas of ministry that we need to strengthen in the near future. Please help us by participating in a 10-15 minute survey on line or you can pick up a hard copy of the survey in the Gathering Area along with a envelope. Once you have filled out the hard copy survey please place it in the envelope, seal it, and place in the box in the Gathering Area.
The survey can be accessed at this link: https://portal.catholicleaders.org/dmi/survey/d8dd6dp116. We are trying to get the highest response rate possible. This information will help us as we plan for the future. We will receive the results of the surveys that have been submitted later this year. Thank you for your help in this matter!
Our Easter Food Collection will continue for several more weeks. Please bring your non-perishable food items and drop them in the bins located in the Gathering Area.
Please keep our eighth-graders in your prayers as we celebrate Confirmation this coming Friday in the church. Due to COVID and restrictions we will have two Confirmation Masses on Friday, March 5th at 5PM and 7PM. Please keep all those receiving the sacrament and their families in your prayers.
Remember, there will be Stations of The Cross in the church on the Fridays of Lent. Due to Confirmation this coming Friday night there will be no Stations of the Cross.
As we continue through the season of Lent, I hope that your spiritual life has been strengthened. Please keep up on the Consecration to St. Joseph. We have Zoom meetings lined up on Tuesdays at 11AM, Wednesdays at 7PM, and Thursdays at 7PM throughout the Consecration. I hope to see you at one of the meetings on-line.
Keep pushing forward through the outside noise of COVID and all that comes with it. Feed the soul through prayer and worship. Stay connected to us through the Livestream on Sundays at 8:30AM. Please know you are in my daily prayers. Have a great Lenten week!