Prayers

Lord, hold our troops in your loving hands. Protect them as they protect us. Bless them and their families for the selfless acts they perform for us in our time of need. We ask this in the name of Jesus, our Lord and Savior.

Please Pray for these men and women in the service of our country:

Tim Birimisa-Fasano, Army SSG Trevor Oxman
Frank Baker-Gleason, US Coast Guard Brian Tucker
Master Sgt. Matthew Rossini, Army Kyle McGill, US Army Infantry
Commander Michael Quigley, US Army Nick Kennedy, US Navy
Kristin Chapman, USAF James Chapman
Sarah Manley, USAF Seamus Weston
Andy Harrison, USAF Alicia Delahunty
Nickolaus Swanson Robert A. Wharton
Master Sgt. Ray Olmos Jr. Roy Walters

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Your prayers are requested for these Parishioners and Friends

Jean Marie Sylwanowicz Jim Mathews
Nellie Del Nero Patti Summers
Sandy Zan Sarah Bryan
Rebecca Weston John McAvoy
Lynn Lockett Joe Bonchonsky
Denny Heikura Charles Ely
John Dell' Amico Joe Spini
Barbara Entwisle Kitty Lyons
Marilyn Brickett Ed Flynn
Lori Wise Robert & Cathy Neptune
Janet Renon Steve Smith
****** Gerardo Rodriguez-Coronado

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Second Collection Next Weekend

       Next week, we will take up the Collection for the Church in Latin America.
       For many in Latin America and Caribbean, a rising secular culture, difficult rural terrain, and shortage of ministers present obstacles to practicing their faith. Your support to the collection provides lay leadership training, catechesis, priestly and religious formation, and other programs to share our faith with those who long to hear the Good News of Christ.
       To learn more about how you make a difference, please visit www.usccb.org/latin-america.

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The Gabriel Project

       The role of our church community in The Gabriel Project is to meet with any woman referred to us for help, to pray with her and to assure her that Christ and our congregation love her. Our community simply responds in love by providing emotional, spiritual and material support to help her meet her needs. For the many women who are abandoned at the time of a crisis pregnancy, the church community lovingly fills the void left by a missing family. Churches in The Gabriel Project stand ready to provide a mother with the kinds of assistance that she needs in caring for her unborn baby. More than anything else, Gabriel Project Churches embrace each pregnant woman who comes to them, as their daugh-ter, their sister, their friend.
        Next week will be Gabriel Project "Sign-up Sunday." You will have an opportunity to sign up af-ter each Mass. Please say "Yes, I will live the Gospel message to love my neighbor," by becoming a Gabriel Volunteer.

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Taize

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