April 11, 2021 Second Sunday of Easter (Sunday of the Divine Mercy)

April 10,2021 – Saturday
    4:00 PM sp. Maryellen and Michael Sweeney from Michael and Marcia Crowley
        sp. Robert, Margaret and Bob Carroll from Carroll Family
        sp. John Joseph Gajda from Milczarek Family

April 11,2021 – Second Sunday of Easter (Divine Mercy Sunday)
    8:30 AM sp. Andrzej Ciuksa
        sp. Msgr. Kempa
        sp. Katyn Memorial Mass for Jerzy Lotys and Roman Krzeminski from Urszula Bator

April 17,2021 – Saturday
    4:00 PM sp. William and Rose Sobolewski from Buczek Family
        sp. Jan and Helena Dawidowicz from Family
        sp. Julia Janowski from Mike and Joanie

April 18,2021 – Third Sunday of Easter
    8:30 AM sp. Lucjan, Stanislawa and Derek Janeczak from Ed and Teresa
        sp. Józefa, Władyslaw Najwer i Anastazja, Antoni Wilk from Andrzej Najwer
        sp. Juliane Stopyra from Janina Stopyra

Please pray for all our parishioners and their families during these trying times.

Please remember in your prayers Fr. Janusz, Fr. Raju, Fr. Sannella and Fr. Healey as they minister during this COVID-19 crisis.

    Holy Thursday $660
    Good Friday $532
    Easter (Clergy Trust) $1415
Thank you.

Thank you to those who helped us on our Lenten journey by providing individual copies of the Stations of the Cross and leading us in walking to and praying the Stations, both in English and in Polish.

Thank you to all who prepared for and participated in our beautiful and meaningful celebrations of Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, our Easter Food Blessing, the Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday. The church decorators, music ministers, Eucharistic ministers, lectors, altar servers and ushers enriched our Easter experience. Even though these services were modified by the Archdiocese due to the pandemic, we were fortunate to be able to celebrate them, unlike last year when they could not be held in church.

Thank you to those who took attendance and those who sanitized the church between each service so that we would all be safe.

A special Thank You to Fr. Raju, Fr. Janusz and Deacon Steve for celebrating our Easter liturgies and to Fr. Sannella for joining us for the Easter Food Blessing.

This Sunday, April 11, is Sunday of the Divine Mercy. St. Francis Church in Dracut is having a Holy Hour from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM. There will be Exposition and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, Benediction, Confessions and Veneration of a St. Faustina Relic. Those who wish to attend must sign up by calling the St. Francis Parish office at 978-452-6611 or by sending an email to angelsamongus.an@gmail.com.

A pre-recorded Mass with Fr. Sannella is available at the Immaculate Conception Parish website at www.iclowell.org and on Facebook.

As your Easter season continues through May, come join EWTN in helping you celebrate The Ascension of the Lord, Pentecost Sunday and much more in May!
EWTN is available through TV, Radio, Internet, and Mobile Devices. Go to ewtn.com for more information and a schedule of programs.

Looking ahead:
On Wednesday, May 12,2021, 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 the Mass, the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick will be offered to cancer patients and to 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.

Solemnity of the Second Sunday of Easter; Divine Mercy Sunday

Hold onto the holy memories

It’s unlikely that those who survive the pandemic will look back on these days with much nostalgia. Sickness and loss, fear and division, stress and isolation: The consequences will be with us for a generation. Yet emerging from the tragedy were also instances of humanity, decency, and heroism that echoed the time of the first apostles. We’ve shared food, masks, information, errands, toilet paper, songs. We’ve gathered on balconies and in virtual rooms. We've found ways to pray and to encourage. This Divine Mercy Sunday, give thanks for those who have helped you through this and every crisis.
Reprinted with permission from Prepare The Word (©2021), www.PrepareTheWord.com.

God Bless and Keep You.
Stay Safe.