Practice social distancing. Wash your hands often. Sanitize all surfaces in the house touched by people or potentially contaminated objects. Boost the immune system: drink a lot of warm liquids, lower stress, do mild exercise, get a good night's sleep, keep in touch with family and friends from a distance. Pray a lot, laugh, supplement… Continue reading Ways to Cope with COVID 19
Wash your hands frequently and before eating Use soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. Pray once slowly: Our Father; Jesus, I Trust In You). If soap and water are not available, use a minimum 60% alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Sanitize surfaces and avoid sick people Routinely clean frequently touched objects (doorknobs, keyboards, and… Continue reading HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF
1) Situation evolves daily with the novel corona SARS-like virus SARS-CoV-2 causing COVID-19 illness. It is clear that our country lost the opportunity to contain the initial spread of the virus. We can now only mitigate the speed of the spread of the pandemic, as to not overwhelm the hospital system. As per the current… Continue reading The Corona Virus SARS – CoV-19 (Causing COVID-19 sickness) Personal Prevention & Protection Suggestions for Catholics
The Bottle & Can Retrieval Centerlocated at 2790 Sheridan Drive (near the corner of Parkhurst) will count and sort your returnable bottles and cans and send the proceeds to Blessed Sacrament Church on Claremont Ave., if you make that simple request upon drop off. Hours: Mon. - Fri. 9am - 5pm, Sat. 9am - 4pm and… Continue reading CAN you believe it?! You CAN help our Parish with Bottles and Cans!
Three years ago, our Parish Historian spent countless hours researching and chronicling the history of our parish. We then ran the historical articles for sixteen consecutive weeks in the bulletin – the positive response was tremendous! So, in this 90th Anniversary Year of Blessed Sacrament Parish, let’s run these wonderful articles again as we lead… Continue reading History of Blessed Sacrament Parish
Our parish campus has many buildings and several roofs with occasional leaks. The aging infrastructure requires constant attention. Last year some of the leaks were coming from the highest area of the church’s roof, around the steeple. Earlier this month we were able to fix it using a very high lift thanks to a very generous donor to help pay… Continue reading Parish Repair News…
HAVE YOU OPENED YOUR GIFTS? The Church will soon be celebrating its birthday, the Feast of Pentecost. As with all birthdays, we look forward to the opening of gifts. However, the gifts we read about in the Scriptures, those given to us by the Holy Spirit, are very special gifts. These are the gifts that Jesus knew… Continue reading R.C.I.A. Corner
Summer will be here soon! The Lord’s Gardeners would welcome your help with our parish gardens. Our dedicated group has gotten smaller over the past few years and we definitely need new members. We meet every Saturday morning from 10 am until 12 noon weather permitting. If you are unable to participate throughout the… Continue reading The Lord’s Gardners