Posted: October 27, 2016
When Jesus asked to come to his house, Zacchaeus pledged to give half of what he owned to the poor. And then he did more...he promised to return at a four-fold rate all that he stole. Giving away what is not mine is an act of justice. Giving away what is mine is an act of mercy.
Join us in prayer as we celebrate the Eucharist on Saturday at 5:30pm & Sunday at 8:30am & 10:30am.
The Sacrament of the Sick will be offered at all Masses this weekend. This powerful appeal to Christ our physician is intended for Catholic-Christians whose lives are at risk due to advanced age or terminal illness, and those who suffer from chronic pain or physical or mental illness. It is also for people anticipating surgery.
The men and boys of the parish will be serving a hot breakfast after the Sunday Masses...there is no cost, so come and enjoy fellow parishioners and a great breakfast.
TRUNK OR TREAT
Join us on Sunday in the main parking lot of church for some Trunk or Treat fun. Adults and teens are invited to bring treats and decorate their cars with a prize for the best decorated trunk. Cars should be there by 5:30pm for set-up. Kids of all ages are invited to come in their costumes for candy from the cars.
PRAY THE ROSARY
Join the Knights of Columbus this Sunday at 9:45am in the chapel to pray the rosary as a family or as an individual.