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NO 8 am Masses Feb 17-21
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Read the daily quote from Pope Francis


The Gift of Free Will, careful how you use it!


 All hands on Deck,it is Fish Fry time again,
volunteers report to Captain Marilyn for your
assignments!  See attached foms for more informations!

The Ladies Club
will hold its monthly meeting this Tuesday, February 18, at 6:30 p.m.
Retreat Speaker will be Deacon Jim Law. Soup and salad and desserts
will be served. Please bring canned goods for the food pantry.
All ladies are welcome!! 

Fish Fry Workers Meeting in Church Sunday,
February 16th after the 10:30 Mass

Why is it so important that we register in a parish?
Isn’t it good enough that we go to Mass?

Answer: Registration is the official way we join a parish community.
Many people think that because they attend a particular parish
they automatically belong.
At times, young adults who have moved
away for years think they are still signed up under their parents. But
membership requires signing up, formally enrolling yourself in a parish. Registration is a commitment to a faith community, a way to
be included in the religious, social, and ministerial activities of
your parish.
Your registration affects the parish in many ways. Census numbers
can determine how many priests are assigned to a church, what benefits
and obligations the community has to the diocese, and how Masses, Confessions, and devotions are planned and scheduled. Registration
shows you belong. It is also necessary for certain benefits, like
scheduling sacraments, obtaining sponsor certificates, and getting
donation statements for taxes. Most importantly, it lets the parish count
on you, to call on you to assist in its mission.
Registering in your parish
is a statement of faith and confidence in the life and work of your parish.

Formed is back!  Thank you Father Ken!  Register NOW! www.formed.org use
access code JDYMJG enter your name and make up a password! Keep it in a safe place, you will need it next time you log in.  Then start exploring the mysteries of our faith!


The gift of free will, In Sirach 15:15 We are given a choice every day
by Our Father; to trust in Him in all things and to accept His unfailing love,
or to stumble on our own accord, “If you choose you can keep the commandments, they will save you. If you trust in God, you will live.”
What a double-edge sword our free will is! We can choose between fire
and water, life and death and good and evil. Our Father longs for us to
choose Him, but He will never force us. If we place our lives in His hands,
He will fortify us with every grace through Baptism (water) and help us
turn away from sin through our trust in Him. With free will comes great responsibility, not only for ourselves, but the world around us.
Attending Mass, spending time in Eucharistic Adoration, receiving
the sacraments are a few ways to put on the armor of Our Lord as we
head out into the world each day. In today’s Gospel, Jesus teaches
us plainly about the pitfalls
of sin, “ Whoever is angry with his brother will be liable to judgment.”
Learn, Act, Connect and Pray- It’s our job as God’s children to be
Pray for those who have hurt you throughout your life.
If you have been in the wrong, reach out and make a phone call or
send a note and apologize. Remember to do your best to live in right
relationship with others. The kingdom of God is here on earth and it
begins with each one of us! 






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Mass Schedule


 Weekday Masses
No 8 am Masses Feb 17-21

Mon - Thurs, 8 am
ACHS-10:15 am

Friday 7:45 am

Weekend Masses
Saturday 8 am & 4 pm
Sunday 8:30 & 10:30 am


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3-3:45 Saturday's

Every Wednesday
2:30 - 4:30 pm


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Spiritual Growth Seminars available at 
Our Lady of the Snows Shrine


National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows

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