March 19, 2023 Fourth Sunday of Lent

March 18, 2023 – Saturday
    4:00 PM sp. Emil Bason and John Janowski from Michael and Joanie Bason
        sp. Murphy Family from Family
        sp. Alexander Ogonowski from Ogonowski Family
March 19, 2023 – Fourth Sunday of Lent
    9:00 AM sp. Tadek Milczarek from Milczarek Family
        sp. Mikolaj Andrejaszko from Deacon Steve and Betty Papik
    Gorzkie Żale after Mass
March 25, 2023 – Saturday
    4:00 PM sp. Laurie Kunitake from Deacon Steve and Betty Papik
        sp. William Panek from Frank Panek
        sp. Katarzyna Szafran and Apolonia Plaistek from Family
March 26, 2023 – Fifth Sunday of Lent
    9:00 AM sp. Wincenty, Apolonia, Wojciech i Aniela from Moskal Family
        sp. Mikołaj Andrejaszko
        sp. Joanne McKenzie from Moskal Family
    Gorzkie Żale after Mass

Monday – Friday
    12 Noon Mass at Saints Campus Chapel

Please pray for all our parishioners and their families and for those who minister to us - Fr. Sannella, Fr. Janusz, Fr. Healey, Fr. Raju and Deacon Steve.

Stations of the Cross – 6:00 PM
    Friday, March 24 – English
    Friday, March 31 – Polish
A light meal will follow in the Parish Hall.

Gorzkie Żale will be sung after the 9:00 AM Mass every Sunday in Lent.

    Last weekend $2124
    Monthly Maintenance Collection $1003
Thank You.

Thank you to the following donors to the Parish Fund:
    Mr. And Mrs. Jan Moskal

Second collections for March:
    March 19 – Cemetery Fund
    March 26 – Easter Flowers

“Be Healed!” A Lenten Mission for Personal and Communal Healing
Saint Kathryn Parish at 4 Dracut Road, Hudson, NH invites you to a Lenten Mission given by Sr. Briege McKenna, O.S.C. and Fr. Pablo Escriva de Romani on March 20th – 23rd. Sr. Briege and Fr. Pablo will be speaking about reconciliation, prayer, the Holy Spirit, the Eucharist, and the healing power of the Cross. No registration is required. A love offering will be collected at the Mass on Thursday evening. For more information, please visit

Go wash in the pool of Siloam
“Siloam,” John tells, means “Sent.” The one whose sight is restored has places to go and people to see. To receive the light of Christ and refuse to share it would be to enter into a new kind of darkness. Our testimony to clear-sightedness is our way of saying thanks to the God who opened our eyes. Once we are escorted from the dark valley, it is our duty and privilege to serve as guides for those sisters and brothers who have yet to open their eyes.

Vision is the art of seeing things invisible to others.
---Jonathan Swift (1667 – 1745)

You, too, should come to Siloam, that is, to him who was sent by the Fathe . . . . Let Christ wash you and you will then see.
----Saint Ambrose of Milan

Step out of the spotlight
They called her the “Pearl of the Antilles” for her uncompromising care of the sick. In Cuba, the Dominican Republic, and her original home in Puerto Rico, Mother Maria Soledad Sanjurjo Santos and the Servants of Mary she led were there to help. Mother Maria made it her signature to be hidden so Christ could be made visible. Her humility in service illuminates what Saint Paul means by living as children of light. If we insist on the spotlight, all that people see is us.
If we wear a cloak of invisibility in practicing our good works, Christ alone lights up the darkness.
Reprinted with permission from Prepare the Word (©2023),