FRIDAY STATIONS OF THE CROSS
Mar. 6 8:50 a.m. (after morning Mass)
Mar. 13 8:50 a.m. (after morning Mass)
Mar. 20 8:50 a.m. (after morning Mass)
Mar. 27 8:50 a.m. (after morning Mass) Apr. 3 3:00 p.m. - Good Friday
OTHER LENTEN OPPORTUNITIES
Mondays - 8:45 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. - Eucharistic Adoration (Chapel)
Wednesdays - 5:30 p.m.; Thursdays & Friday after 8:15 a.m. Mass - Rosary (Chapel)
Feb 23, Mar 2, Mar 23, Mar 30th - 6:00pm - 7:30p, Lenten Bible Study
(Faith Formation Room)
ALMSGIVING - SPECIAL SECOND COLLECTIONS
King County Jail Ministry - February 28th and March 1st
Orion Center/Youth Care - March 7th and 8th
Catholic Relief Services - March 14th and 15th
Children’s Hospital Emergency Fund - March 21st and 22nd
CRS Rice Bowl - Return Palm Sunday Weekend - March 28th and 29th
March 9th - 11th
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednedsay Evenings at 7:00pm
This three evening mission is a time to quiet your busy life and be renewed in your faith. It’s also a time for the parish to come together as a community and Rediscover the Treasures of Our Faith!” The mission presenter, Dr. Tom Curran, will be giving inspiring talks on our mission theme each evening of the mission.
Mon, Mar 9th The Mass: A Place to Encounter Jesus, Your Living Lord
Tues, Mar 10th Confession: An Opportunity to Heal Your Life
with Opportunities for Confession
Wed, Mar 11th How to Bring Your Faith ALIVE on a Daily Basis
Why Should I Attend?
How well do you understand your Faith? Does your Faith give your life meaning and fulfillment on a daily basis? The truth is that life-changing treasures in the Catholic Church have remained "buried" for many Catholics. So buried, in fact, that the Scriptures, the sacraments, the lives of saints and the teachings of the Church can have little relevance for our daily lives. During the three evenings of the parish mission, Dr. Tom Curran will open your eyes to the treasures available to you in the Catholic Church in a way that is faithful, dynamic and easy to understand. These talks will help your faith COME ALIVE as you encounter the truth and love of
God revealed by Christ in the Church. You and your family will benefit for eternity.
Who Should Attend?
• Have abandoned the faith
• Have been on again, off again
• Want to understand your Catholic faith more fully
• Want to encounter Jesus more at Mass, in prayer and in your daily life
• Are a sinner, a saint, or somewhere in-between…
Dr. Tom Curran is the Director of My Catholic Faith Ministries, a nonprofit ministry dedicated to helping Catholics understand, explore and live out their faith more deeply. Host of the popular radio program and podcast*, Sound Insight, Dr. Curran can be heard at 8am every Mon - Fri, on Sacred Heart Radio, 1050 AM. Dr. Curran is the author of The Mass: Four Encounters With Jesus That Will Change Your Life, Confession: Five Sentences That Will Heal Your Life and Shepherd Me Lord: Daily Reflections for Your Lenten Journey. He holds a Ph.D. in theology from Catholic University in Washington, DC. He lives in Federal Way, WA with his wife, Kari, and their nine children.
Volunteers needed to help hand out retreat materials and help at book table. Interested? Please contact Lilly McGarry at (206) 523-0830 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vatican Synod Needs Your Input!!The Vocation and Mission of the Family in the Church and Contemporary World.
The Office of the Synod of Bishops invites a process of broad consultation among every component of the local Church in preparation for the October 2015 synod in Rome. Please take the survey and help the global church.
Dear Friends of Namitembo,
We truly appreciate your generosity this week regarding the second collection for Namitembo disaster relief. To date we have received over $15,000 ! This has been an unprecedented flood, according to online news. Never in the 50 years since independence has there been such severe flooding, loss of life, homes and crops.
If you still wish to donate or would like to ask your friends or family that would be great! All donations can be made to Namitembo School Fund c/o St. Bridget.
Fr. Phillip emailed yesterday that a family near the parish had been washed away by the river. All four died. And that a large tree fell on the Zomba hospital killing two people. The rains continue but are less severe than in January.
He thanks us for our prayers and support!
Destroyed crops and bridge.