TRUE TO YOUR CALLING
The great prophet Jeremiah was told at the beginning of his ministry that God knew what He was doing in calling him. After all, He created him and dedicated him to prophecy so he could trust that God would not abandon him as he stood before councils and kings to speak His truth. What gift have you been given to exercise for the good of the community? When you're true to your calling you too can trust you are under God's protection.
|CONTINUING OUR TRADITION - Jan. 25, 2004
Total paid to date (pledge payments and additional gifts)
Pledge payments still outstanding
Gifts still needed (in addition to pledges)
We need your help as we work towards our goal pledge
payments (catch-up payments are welcome also), gifts,
memorials. If you gave a gift when the campaign began,
perhaps you are in a position to give another gift now.
The yellow envelope in your packet
can be used for gifts and/or pledge payments. Thank you!
January 25, 2004..............................$5,373.74
|PLEASE KEEP SAVING ALUMINUM CANS -
The money raised from recycling the aluminum
is going towards the "Continuing Our Tradition"
Campaign and we are doing great! Bags of aluminum cans
can be put in the containers by the doors
of the church or by the garages behind the rectory.
In the Eucharist, JESUS is really Emmanuel, God with us. Our Holy Father, Pope John II,
calls us to a personal relationship with Jesus, our Savior. Going before HIM in
the Blessed Sacrament we go before HIM who is with us in person. Perpetual
Adoration helps us feel more personally involved with Jesus Christ.
The Adoration Chapel is located in the convent of Holy Cross. Open hours: Monday
11:00 p.m., Friday 10:00 a.m., Friday 4:00 p.m. and Saturday 3:00 p.m. For more
information call 763-788-4729 or 612-781-4806.
|POLISH ROSARY BAKE SALE on Saturday, February 7 after the
4:30 p.m. Mass and Sunday,
February 8 after morning Masses
in Kolbe Center. Donations from parishioners will be greatly
appreciated and may be brought to Kolbe Hall after
12:00 noon on Saturday, February 7.
|COFFEE AND DONUTS next Sunday,
February 8 after all morning Masses in Kolbe
Hall. All are welcome to come and visit with
|FEBRUARY 14 & 15 marks the beginning of the 2004 Annual Catholic Appeal. The Appeal
supports forty-five ministries and programs
that help the spiritual, educational and social
needs of the Archdiocesan community. Please look for your letter from Archbishop
Flynn and prayerfully consider a gift to the Appeal.
|BANNS OF MARRIAGE -
Trent A. Lange & Susan M. Barry - I & II
Saturday, January 31
4:30 p.m. t Ann Strauss
Sunday, February 1
Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 a.m. t Joseph Hanzlik, Sr.
10:00 a.m. t Stanley & Harriet Moritko
11:30 a.m. t Eugeniusz Swiderski
6:30 p.m. For the Parishioners
Monday, February 2
6:45 a.m. t Lorraine Fitzgerald
Tuesday, February 3
6:45 a.m. t Mary & Walter Horowicki
Wednesday, February 4
6:45 a.m. t Nicoleta Manciu
Thursday, February 5
6:45 a.m. t Joseph Gallick
Friday, February 6
6:45 a.m. t Ann Bakken
7:00 p.m. Ted Tomczyk
Saturday, February 7
8:00 a.m. t Andrew & Louise Chorzempa - Anniv. Louise
4:30 p.m. t Frank, Rose & Frank Lee Stwora
Sunday, February 8
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 a.m. t Regina Brezny
10:00 a.m. t Raymond Ballot
11:30 a.m. t 0 Boze Blog. Dla Synow
6:30 p.m. For the Parishioners
Readings for the Week of February 1, 2004
Sunday: Jer 1:4-5, 17-19; 1 Cor 12:31--13:13; Lk 4:21-30
Monday: Mal 3:1-4; Heb 2:14-18; Lk 2:22-40
Tuesday: 2 Sm 18:9-10, 14b, 24-25a, 30-- 19:3; Mk 5:21-43
Wednesday: 2 Sm 24:2, 9-17; Mk 6:1-6
Thursday: 1 Kgs 2:1-4, 10-12; Mk 6:7-13
Friday: Sir 47:2-11; Mk 6:14-29
Saturday: 1 Kgs 3:4-13; Mk 6:30-34
Next Sunday: Is 6: 1-2a, 3-8; 1 Cor 15: 1-11; Lk 5:1-11