BLESSED SACRAMENT PARISH

263 Claremont Ave., Tn. Tonawanda, NY 14223
               "Serving the Lord since 1929"

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                                 "A Weekly Bulletin Note From the Pastor" December 10, 2017

     We invite all parishioners to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession or Penance). I invite all parishioners to celebrate this sacrament; confessions will be heard after each weekday morning Mass in Advent and a half hour before the evening Mass on Wednesdays of Advent. Also, there will be additional confessions on Sunday, Dec. 10, in between the morning Masses (8:30 - 9:00 am and 10:00 - 10:45 am). There will be two priests hearing confessions on Wednesday, December 20th, 5:00 - 6:00 pm. Finally, all are invited to a regional penance service with several area priests hearing confessions this Monday, December 18th at 7:00 - 8:00 pm at St. Paul’s Church on Delaware Ave. and Victoria Blvd. in Kenmore.
     Our parish received and is very grateful for a recently received large memorial contribution in memory of a deceased loved family member from a parishioner who prefers to remain anonymous. Details about making other memorial contributions can be obtained by calling the pastor or Debi at the parish office.
     We are glad to host the scouts at our parish for the past few months. We congratulate the newest Eagle Scouts - Cory Pietrzyk and Ben Thurston. Their pictures our now on their troop website: http://www.scouts286.org/eaglescouts/ and their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Troop286.
     Last summer our parish was able to seal the entire parking lot thanks to the generosity of many volunteers helping with the project, but primarily it happened thanks to one person, Sal Sciria, who graciously volunteered his time, experience, and equipment for this major project. Sal proved to be a great handyman who also offered to help the parish with other minor projects. In the winter months Sal is taking a break from the parking lot business, but he is eager to assist anyone with other minor house maintenance work, including tile, carpentry, plumbing, paint, clean-out/up. He has his own tools and "can fix almost anything". Sal can be contacted at 465-5544.
     Fr. Matt