May 26, 2019 Sixth Sunday of Easter
May 25, 2019 -- Saturday Sobota
4:00 PM sp. Matusiak Family from Matusiak and Ganko Families
sp. Rose Panek and Stacia Wojtas from Frank
sp. Frances Siara from Pierogi Workers
May 26, 2019 -- Sixth Sunday of Easter
8:30 AM sp. Mary Dudek from Bielawski Family and Stanislawa Woltosz
sp. Mary Dudek from Helen and Ted Kolodziej
sp. Mary Wladyslaw from Helen and Ted Kolodziej
Devotion to the Blessed Mother following Mass
May 27, 2019 -- Monday, Memorial Day
9:00 AM Mass for Those Buried in Holy Trinity Cemetery
May 30, 2019 -- The Ascension of The Lord
6:00 PM For Our Parish Family
June 1, 2019 -- Saturday Sobota
4:00 PM sp. Emile Buczek from Family
sp. Alexander Ogonowski and Msgr. Alexander Ogonowski from Family
sp. Mary Dudek from Anna and Edward Milczarek
6:00 PM Marian Devotion
June 2, 2019 -- Seventh Sunday of Easter
8:30 AM sp. Helen Szmyt from Frances Paduch
sp. Zofia and Jan Ferus and all Family Members from Maria
sp. Mary Dudek from Andrejaszko Family
Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help following 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.
The annual Memorial Day liturgies will be held on Monday, May 27, at Holy Trinity Cemetery. Rosary will begin at 8:45 AM; Mass at 9:00 AM.
At any hint of rain, the liturgies will be held in church.
On Tuesday, May 28th St. Joseph the Worker Shrine in Lowell will be conducting a Healing Service led by Oblate Father Richard McAlear. Mass will begin at 7:00 PM followed by exposition of the Blessed Sacrament during which there will be the imposition of hands and Anointing for Healing. The opportunity for Confession/Reconciliation will be available before and throughout the service.
On Wednesday, May 29, 2019 (Ascension Thursday Eve) a liturgy will be celebrated at 6:30 PM in honor of St. Peregrine at the Immaculate Conception Church. St. Peregrine is the Patron Saint of cancer patients, and is the Saint many cancer patients, family members, and friends pray to for comfort and strength. During this Mass, the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick will be offered to cancer patients and any who wish to partake of this Sacrament of God's healing.
All are invited to come and pray with and for those afflicted with cancer.
Offertory: Last week $1584
Thank you to the following donor(s) to the Parish Fund:
Helen Strykowski in memory of Rev. Louis Bilicky
Congratulations to all who worked so tirelessly for last Saturday's 11th Annual Polish Food Festival! This was our second most profitable, surpassed only by last year's festival. Thank you again to all who generously donated to the festival and to those who joined us at this annual event. Bog Zaplac.
A Special Thanks to the following businesses/organizations for their donations/discounts to the festival:
Dracut Funeral Home McKenzie and Frawley
Fantini Baking Company MJC Home Repair
Fireside Restaurant Polish AmericanVets
Gann Jewelers Stop &Shop
Good Thymes Tewksbury Greenery
Hannaford T. T. Kosciolek
Solemnity of the Ascension of The Lord
All endings are new beginnings
Easter was over several weeks ago, right? Not really, because the story goes on. The post-Resurrection Jesus appeared to his disciples. He ate with them. And he spent 40 days preparing them to continue his mission. Today (Thursday) we celebrate the Feast of the Ascension, recalling the day Jesus ascended from this human life to enter divine glory and be "seated at God's right hand." Ascension brings to a remarkable close the Easter events that we call the "Paschal Mystery": the Passion, death, and Resurrection of Jesus. Yet this really is not an end either. After the Ascension, the disciples returned to Jerusalem with joy, ready and eager for what was to come. Let's roll up our sleeves and carry on their
Reprinted with permission from TakeFiveForFaith.com( 2019).