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Feb 26th Parish Life

Find out what's been going on in the Parish

In this issue

  • Mardi Gras Party

  • Thank You from Fr. Don

  • Luncheon for Seniors by CWL

  • First Confession Photos

  • Valentine’s for Jesus

  • SOGI curriculum in public elementary schools

 

Mardi Gras Party

Our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who joined in celebrating Mardi Gras & Fr. Don's Birthday last weekend. It was a pleasure to have a full house. The food was delicious and the dance floor was lively! A big thank you to the tireless efforts of all our dedicated volunteers who made this event possible. Here are some highlights of the event!


Thank You from Fr. Don

Thank you for the wonderful birthday celebration. Your kind words, thoughtful gifts, and beautiful messages touched my heart and made my day truly special. I feel blessed to serve such a loving and supportive parish community. Thank you again for your love, prayers, and support. God bless you all.





Luncheon for Seniors by CWL


First Confession

The children who are getting ready for their First Communion were given the opportunity to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation for the first time on Friday, February 9th. The children had individual confessions, and then they had a reconciliation walk together with their parents. The church had set up prayer stations, and the families walked to each one to pray and reflect. The entire event was a truly special and unforgettable experience that brought blessings to all involved.

Our children in QAS and PREP will receive the sacrament of the Holy Eucharist on May 27th. Please keep all of them in your prayers!



Valentine’s for Jesus

To mark the occasion of Valentine's Day, our parish offered parishioners a platform to express their affection for Jesus by writing heartfelt messages. We would like to express our sincere appreciation to everyone who contributed and helped organize this event, making it truly unforgettable.



SOGI curriculum in public elementary schools

Parents, are you concerned that your children are being taught about transgender issues in

public elementary schools? If so, contact parishioner Jason Maloney at jasonamaloney@gmail.com. He would like to talk to you about this troubling situation.





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