Monday, May 31, 2010

Annoucements: Corpus Christi

Dear Holy Rosary Parishioners, here are a few important announcements:

Special Potluck: To welcome the Archbishop of Anchorage and to celebrate the baptisms and confirmations of Joshua Weiland and Jim Ingram and the confirmations of Kara Ingram and Golda Weiland, there will be a reception after the Mass on Sunday, June 13th. June Ingram offered to bring a turkey and asked that everyone else bring the rest. Remember, Mass will be at 10:00 AM instead of 12:30 on that Sunday. SO PLEASE MARK YOU CALENDARS, Sunday, June 13th, Mass will be at 10:00 AM to accommodate the Archbishop’s schedule.

Blessing of the Fleet: After mass June 6th, please join us for the Blessing of the Dillingham Fishing fleet and memorial for all those who have been lost at sea. The blessing begins at 2:00 PM at the boat harbor. Please contact Angela Clark if you would like to help set it up.

Congratulations: Golda and Joshua Weiland were married in the Catholic Church after Mass on Sunday, May 30th (their new wedding date). Joshua will be baptized and confirmed and Golda will be confirmed on June 13th. They plan to take communion together for the first time on that day.

Youth Visit: July 5th – July 9th some 12-18 youth will be arriving at Holy Rosary for a community service electronic free retreat. Please let me know if you would like to be involved. We plan a potluck while they are here on Thursday, July 8th, at 5::00 PM.

Thank you: Thank you Nora Johnson for the flowers on the Church steps. Her flowers always bring beauty, peace, and tranquility to our church grounds.

Prayers: Please Keep the Bennis family in your prayers. Esther Bennis died last week and will be buried in our Catholic Cemetery on Thursday.

Prayers: Please keep the Belleque family in your prayers as Johanna’s mother has been diagnosed with cancer.

Gospel: The Body and Blood of Christ (the celebration of Corpus Christi) is this Sunday. A priest ordained by God is the only person who can change the bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Christ. The bread and wine is the best offering, we as humans, have to give to God. Come to Mass on Sunday and find out why!

See you all Sunday, weather permitting, Fr. Scott

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