Entries for February 2017
The Lenten Season is upon us once again.... a great time to sit down to some comforting and warm Lenten dishes. Therefore, in order to offer a variety of foods to others, we are seeking individuals who can prepare something delicious to be put in quart containers and offer for sale on Friday, March 10, Saturday, March 11 & Sunday, March 12. If you have a favorite dish that you would like to share with others, please contact the rectory at 570-325-3731 to receive a supply of plastic storage containers. Please also let the parish office know what your food specialty will be so we can list it in the bulletin. Let’s ...
The book being offered this week is: “Ten Evenings with God” by Ilia Delio, OSF Most of us occasionally have longed for a billboard message from God telling us which direction to take in life. Can spending ten evenings with God take the frustration and panic out of life’s decisions? We want to do God’s will but more often than we want to admit, we find that we do just the opposite. Sometimes the gift of free will does not seem like God has done us a favor. Being able to choose freely whether to love God or to do our own thing is a precious gift.
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Come join Father Baransky every Thursday beginning March 2 from 11 AM - 1 PM in the Brogan Room where he will discuss Signs of God’s Grace - A Journey through the Sacraments by Reverend Thomas J. Scirghi, S.J., Th.D. The sacraments lie at the heart of the Catholic faith. Now, you can discover them anew in this captivating journey. You will explore the origin of the sacraments through their scriptural roots and their development in the Church’s history. You will also study ritual—how each sacrament is celebrated. The sacraments tell the Christian story of how we come to follow the way of the Lord. Father T...