On Thursday, November 22nd, Thanksgiving Day will be celebrated throughout our country. Within our parish, we continue to give thanks and praise to God for His countless blessings which he lavishes upon us every single day. With this spirit of gratitude, we come and celebrate the giver of all gifts – Our Lord Jesus in… Continue reading HAPPY THANKSGIVING
AND ADAM SAID...."BECAUSE I WAS AFRAID" After Adam and Eve sinned, they recognized their nakedness and covered themselves with fig leaves, so when they heard God's voice in the garden, they hid from Him. God asked "Where are you?" Adam answered God telling Him they were afraid because they were naked. God, knowing the answer,… Continue reading R.C.I.A. Corner
PROPHECY IN THE MIDST OF CRISIS.... AND BEYOND In her book "Listening to God's Word," author Alice Camille recorded some of her thoughts on prophecy from a somewhat different perspective than the most common held idea of the role of prophecy we read about in the Scriptures. The book, published almost 10 years ago, seems… Continue reading R.C.I.A. Corner
Next Sunday, November 11th, the 10 am Mass will be the monthly Family Mass with many of our young parishioners taking an active role in the liturgy. Following Mass, everyone is invited to come over to Fr. Cotter Hall for tea, coffee, and juice and a morning treat guaranteed to hit the spot! Join us!… Continue reading Family Mass & Coffee Hour
The next Yes We Can collection for St. Faustina’s Gate, our parish food pantry, will be the weekend of November 17 & 18. The requested item this month is canned peas, but always feel free to go off-script and donate a non-perishable item that you like instead! Thank you for helping this ministry help individuals… Continue reading YES WE CAN!
BOTTLE & CAN RECYCLING DRIVE... Blessed Sacrament will receive the proceeds for every bottle & can that you recycle. This is an ongoing fundraiser. Integrity Recycling and/or Bottle Junction....Click Here for more info.
The Girl Scout Troop sponsored by our parish hosted our first Trunk or Treat last Sunday for their members and the public from the Ken-Ton area. It was an evening of fun for dozens of children in Halloween costumes with accompanying adults who walked around the parking lot visiting about 30 car trunks offering all… Continue reading Trunk or Treat
All Saints... We celebrate the Solemnity of All Saints, remembering all saints known and unknown to us who enjoy the glory of heaven. It is a Holy Day of Obligation; the Vigil Mass is are on Wednesday, October 31st at 4 pm, and on the Holy Day, Thursday, November 1st, at 8 am and 6:30… Continue reading ALL Saints & All Souls
JESUS DOESN'T CHANGE...WE DO "I the Lord do not change,"(Malachi 3:6) and " Jesus is the same yesterday, today and forever" (Hebrews 13:8) are just two of the passages found in both the Old and New Testaments that remind us of the never changing, never ending love of the Father, who continually rescued His people,… Continue reading R.C.I.A. Corner
One hundred twenty parish volunteers enjoyed a lovely catered dinner last Saturday evening in the Parish Center. The various service organizations and ministries are the very life blood of a vibrant parish. We can never thank these selfless, dedicated individuals enough!