Monday, July 12, 2010

Announcements: 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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

Kiera Katarena Tretikoff gets Confirmed: Kiera was Confirmed into the Catholic Church on Sunday, July 11, 2010. Her Uncle Carl (Bill) flew in from Anchorage. He was her sponsor. Carl is recovering from an airplane accident he had last year. Kiera is ten years old and donated her time to the school district to help younger children learn how to swim.

Kiera, Fr. Scott, and Uncle Bill.

Moose Finally Spotted: I have seen moose tracks all over Holy Rosary but was never able to spot the moose. Finally I saw it July 12, 2010.

Thanx Aileen: After Kiera’s confirmation I had to wait for the 400-500 foot ceiling to raise before I could take off from King Salmon. It did not raise in time so once again Aileen Walsh was called from the bench to celebrate a communion service. Thank you very much Aileen!

Gospel: Benedictine Monks are known for their hospitality. The readings today ask us to be hospitable to others. It is a way to love our neighbor. How have you been hospitable to others this past week? How can you be more hospitable in the weeks to come?

Editor to Arrive late: Editor of the Catholic Anchor postponed his trip to Holy Rosary Mission until Friday, July 23rd. He will be here for Sunday Mass that weekend, weather permitting. Also, that is a potluck Sunday.

Potluck: Our next potluck will be Sunday, July25, 2010. Please bring your favorite dish and welcome the Editor of the Catholic Anchor, Joel Davidson.

Youth Group form Anchorage: Thank you to all who helped the youth feel at home here in Dillingham this last week. I am in the process of making a Blog that I should have posted in the next couple of days. When you drive by the Library, please pray for Grass!

Thank you: Thank you to Seminarian Arthur Roraff for helping me with the youth group. He was a tremendous help to me and made my job much easier. He did a great job connecting with the youth!

Have a wonderful week and see you Sunday…Fr. Scott

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