October 24, 2021 Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
 


October 23,2021 – Saturday
    4:00 PM sp. John Stepien and Francis Strykowski from Family
        sp. Henry W. Oczkowski from Jane Oczkowski
        sp. Dolores Czyzycki from Dr. Albert Ogonowski

October 24,2021 – Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
    8:30 AM sp. Jozef Czerwonka from Czerwonka Family
        sp. Edziu Milczarek from Betty Tsioulis and Florence Desmarais
        sp. Frank Paduch from Daughter

October 30,2021 – Saturday
    4:00 PM Memorial Mass

October 31,2021 – Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time
    8:30 AM sp. Andrzej Ciuksa
        sp. Msgr. Stanley Kempa
        sp. Z Rodziny Czerwonka, Serafin, Moskal, Szpila from Czerwonka Family

Please Note: Because it falls on a Monday, November 1, the Solemnity of All Saints, IS NOT a holy day of obligation this year.

Monday – Friday
    12 Noon Mass at Saints Campus Chapel with Fr. Raju

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

The second collection next weekend is for the cemetery fund.

Please submit your All Souls Day envelopes, that are in your boxed envelopes, next weekend. Those whose names you include will be remembered at the 8:30 Mass on Sunday, November 7.

Happy Endings
The prophet Jeremiah promised a happy ending to a people about to see their king blinded and dragged off in chains, their temple desecrated, their capital destroyed, and they themselves forced into exile. We’ll be back, Jeremiah declares before they’ve even gone. God will bring us back. And God will not simply deliver those who are strong enough to make the journey, but those who can’t walk, can’t see, and can’t make it unassisted as well. Because our God is the God of all of us, weak and strong, weeping and laughing.
The world is our exile, our Babylon, as the Salve Regina says. If we can’t see where we’re going, which was once true of Bartimaeus, we have only to call out for deliverance, and then follow the sound of that voice. Jesus is calling! Answering that call is the only way to make sure our name is on the list.
Alice Camille
Reprinted with permission from Prepare The Word (©2021),
www.PrepareTheWord.com.


For the men of the Archdiocese of Boston of all ages:
Do you think you may have a vocation to the priesthood? Is God calling you to minister to his people? This year the Archdiocese is increasing and diversifying its activities in order to engage men of various age groups and levels of seriousness of discernment. A list of upcoming events throughout the year is posted on the bulletin board in the vestibule of the church. Full descriptions will be appearing soon on the website VocationsBoston.org and more information can be obtained by reaching out to Fr. Michael Zimmerman (mzimmerman@rcab.org, 781-343-1975 cell) or Fr. Eric Cadin (ecadin@rcab.org, 617-840-1418 cell).
Be informed and pray for guidance.

Last Call for HOMEMADE POLISH FOOD TAKE OUT. Orders due Oct. 29.
The parish will be holding a HOMEMADE POLISH FOOD TAKE OUT on Saturday, Nov. 13, from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM at the Parish Hall. This is a pre-order, pre-pay function with orders and payment to be submitted by Oct. 29. There is a limit of 10 dozen pierogi per order, potato/cheese and cabbage combined. Pierogi will again be sold for Christmas on Saturday, Dec. 18, as in the past, not as a pre-sale.
GOD BLESS AND KEEP YOU.
STAY SAFE.



ORDER FORM
Name ___________________________________ Phone # ______________
E-mail ___________________________________________
Order will be confirmed by e-mail or phone.
Select pick-up time window.
___10-11 AM ____11-12 noon ____12-1 PM ____1-2 PM
___2-3 PM ____ 3-4 PM ____4-5 PM ____ 5-6 PM
QUANTITY COST
Pierogi - $15 per dozen ( Total Limit-10 dozen)
____Dozen cabbage pierogi $________
____Dozen potato/cheese pierogi $________
Golabki ( Stuffed Cabbage)
____Pkg. of 4 @ $16 $________
____Pkg. of 6 @ $24 $________
____Kotlety Mielone (Polish-Style Hamburger)
@ $5 each $________
SOUPS (32 oz.)
Kapusta (cabbage)
____@ $9.00 $________
Polish Mushroom Soup
____@ $11.00 $________
Polish Beet Soup
____@ $8.00 $________
PASTRY
____Pkg. Chrust (Bow ties) @ $8.00 $________
Total Amount Due $________
Checks made payable to: Holy Trinity Church
Mailed to: 340 High Street, Lowell, MA 01852