IT'S NEVER TOO EARLY.
to think FALL FESTIVAL!
What better time than now to think about
what you can do for the Fall Festival. Things that can be done now are:
Bring items for the Flea Market to the garage
behind the Rectory Monday thru Friday between
8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Make things for the Fancy Booth - theme baskets,
crochet, knit, carve, paint, holiday ornaments, etc.
Start collecting (searching) for donations of "mystery" gifts for people of all ages for the Parcel
Post Booth. Useable items for this booth are needed. Mark the bag "Parcel Post" and bring them to the Rectory.
Think of where you would like to volunteer your time
to work and volunteer. We always need lots of volunteers in all areas.
If you have any questions call the Rectory weekdays at
|LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR at 330 South Exchange Street South in
St. Paul will hold their Summer Festival on Saturday, June 22nd and Sunday, June 23rd from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m. A Spaghetti Dinner will be served. $6.00 for adults and $3.00 for children. Other activities include: Craft Sale, Bake Sale, Bingo, Silent Auction, Garage Sale, Games of Chance, Kid's Games and Snack Bar. Again this year the proceeds from the festival will be used to help cover the day to day operations of our home.
A SUMMER BLESSING
Walk along beside me, Jesus,
as I begin the months of summer.
As I work, play, enjoy family time
and your friendship, may I hear Your
voice within me, guiding me toward
all that is right and good.
Give me faith in Your presence,
knowing that You walk beside me
in everything I do
Gracious and loving Jesus,
thank You for the gift of summer.
May the warmth of its sun and the
beauty of its light remind me daily
of your love for me.
Saturday, June 15
Blessing of Cars after the 4:30
p.m. Mass on the corners of 17th Avenue & 4th Street.
Today, June 16
Cars after all Masses on the corners of
17th Avenue & 4th
Library open after 10:00 a.m.
Thursday, June 20
Archdiocesan Holy Name Board
AA & Alanon 7:30 p.m. in
Friday, June 21
Mass and Devotions in Polish 7:00
p.m. in Church.
Sunday, June 23
Library open after 10:00 a.m.
You've got a headache. Let's see now, what could have
caused it? Maybe you were hunched over a desk
all day, or maybe it was the ride home from soccer
the kids in back arguing over who gets the last cheese crunchie. You have what
is called a tension headache, also known as muscular contraction headache and it
is estimated to account for 90 percent of all headaches. Here are a few tips to
help treat and prevent tension headaches:
Massage: Having someone massage
your head, neck and shoulders can help relax tense muscles.
Warmth: Heat can do wonders to
give you relief. Try a warm shower or a heating pad.
Be aware of how you hold your head
when you're driving, working, etc. Make sure you change position every so often
and stretch your neck and arm muscles.
Relax! Find a comfortable place to
sit or lie down. Relax all your muscles and take deep regular breaths. Imagine
the tension flowing from your body.
This is not medical advice. Always consult
your doctor first.
MINISTERS & LECTORS
The next schedule will be coming out the end of June. If you have any special
requests due to vacations, change of address or phone, Mass time restrictions,
etc. please call me weekdays at 612-789-7238 or respond bye-mail
We have been having a few problems with people not showing up for their
scheduled times. Please get a substitute for yourself or call me and I will try
to work something out - don't just not show up! You made the commitment.