March 24, 2019 Third Sunday of Lent
March 23, 2019 – Saturday Sobota
4:00 PM sp. William Panek from Frank
sp. Martha Kukulski from Jane Oczkowski
March 24, 2019 – Third Sunday in Lent
8:30 AM sp. Elzbieta and Alexander Urbowicz and Zofia Ferus from Maria
sp. Mary Dudek from Polish Choir
sp. Thelma Siaglo (1st Anniversary) from Family
Gorzkie Żale after Mass
March 29, 2019 – Friday Piątek
6:00 PM Stations of the Cross
March 30, 2019 – Saturday Sobota
4:00 PM sp. Karpicki, Metek, Genia from Matusiak and Ganko Families
sp. Richard and Jerome Crowley, Jr. from Marcia and Michael Crowley
March 31, 2019 –Fourth Sunday in Lent
8:30 AM sp. Jozefa i Wladyslaw Najwer and Anaztazja i Antoni Wilk from Najwer Family
sp. Mary Dudek from Moskal Family
sp. Charles and Betty Ingham from J. and B. Moskal
Gorzkie Żale after Mass
Please pray for all the intentions in the bulletin and for all the sick of the Parish, especially those in a hospital or nursing home.
Please pray for the repose of the soul of Margaret Kijanka who was buried in our cemetery this past week.
We are now accepting three intentions for each Mass.
Stations of the Cross – 6:00 PM (Light meal available immediately afterwards in Parish Hall.)
Friday, April 5 – English
Fridays March 29; April 12 – Polish
Gorzkie Żale will be sung after the 8:30AM Mass on every Sunday in Lent. English translation will be available at the ushers’ stands.
Offertory: Last week $2274
Thank you to the following donors to the Parish Fund:
In memory of Mary Dudek
Mary Ann Szufnarowski
Ted and Anna Szczechura
Pauline Golec in honor of Ted S. 90th Birthday
The second collection next weekend is for flowers to beautify our altars for Easter.
There will not be a Polka Mass or Polish Dinner/Dance this year.
The Eleventh Annual Polish Food Festival will take place on Saturday, May 18. More information in later bulletins.
Third Sunday of Lent
When to be a quitter
In playground rhetoric, a quitter is among the worst things to be. Even in adulthood, none of us wishes to cultivate a reputation for not following through on projects and promises. But sometimes it’s good to quit, as any nicotine addict, alcoholic, or gambler will attest. How do we judge “when to hold ‘em, and when to fold ‘em”? Jesus promotes fruitfulness as the most reliable measure of an effort’s viability. Holding on to a fruitless situation that does not respond to herculean efforts toward cultivation is a waste of life’s soil. Contemplate what to preserve and what to prune.
Reprinted with permission from TakeFiveForFaith.com ( 2019).