July 5, 2020 Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
 


July 5,2020 – Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
    8:30 AM sp. Ted, Rita and Betty Bukala from Ted and Anna
    sp. Zdzisław Głowacki from Ancukiewicz Family
    sp. Jadwiga Magdziak from Marianna and Family

July 12,2020 – Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
    8:30 AM God’s Blessings on the 55th Wedding Anniversary of Barbara and Jan Moskal
    God’s Blessings on the 38th Wedding Anniversary of Basia and Jack

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.

The 8:30 AM Sunday Polish Mass is now being celebrated in our church.
We are under strict restrictions from the Archdiocese of Boston in this re-opening of churches during the Pandemic. Please adhere to all requirements.

Mass is now celebrated at the Immaculate Conception Church on Saturdays at 4:00 PM and on Sundays at 10:00 AM.

From the Archdiocese:
Please be aware that the dispensation from the Sunday Mass obligation will continue for the foreseeable future.

This weekend, Mass celebrated by Fr. Sannella at the Immaculate Conception Church will be available on Saturday and Sunday at the Immaculate Conception Parish website www.iclowell.org and on Facebook.

Thanks to everyone for sending in your donations.

Offertory: $1704
Maintenance: $120

Thank you to the following donors to the Parish Fund:
    Thomas and Nancy Paskiewicz
    Marek and Teresa Ancukiewicz

Prayer

“Let there be prayer at sunup, at noonday, at sundown, at midnight – all through the day. Let us pray for our children, our youth, our aged, our pastors, our homes. Let us pray for the churches.”

“Let us pray for ourselves, that we may not lose the word “concern” out of our Christian vocabulary. Let us pray for our nation. Let us pray for those who have never known Jesus Christ and His redeeming love, for moral forces everywhere, for our national leaders. Let prayer be our passion. Let prayer be our practice.”

WHAT’S IN YOUR HEART?”

“The Spirit of the one who raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you,” Saint Paul writes. Jesus has broken the power of death. Let us rejoice and restore our life! When has your life been broken? When have you needed to accept the circumstances and move beyond your expectations? The Spirit dwells in you, so you know the Father, who knows the Son who gives you rest from your burdens. Accept the grace of life. Reprinted with permission from Prepare the Word (© 2020)www.PrepareTheWord.com.

Thoughts For The Week
“Prayer is not an activity that encompasses a small portion of our days. It is way of life. To pray is to live in the presence of God.”
Matthew Kelley

I Heard God Laugh
“Sometimes we are tempted to think that it would be so much easier to believe in Jesus if we were living when he was on earth... But maybe not. Sunday’s Gospel us that it has never been easy to understand all of Jesus’ teachings, even for those who heard him in person.”

Happy Fourth of July!

God Bless and Keep You.
Stay Safe.