May 27th will be a memorable day during Memorial Day weekend. Come to this delightful Polish tea hosted by Marek and Helena Syski and parishioner Paul Chadowski. This event honors Saint Ursula Ledóchowska, a Polish Catholic Religious Sister who founded the Congregation of the Ursulines of the Agonizing Heart of Jesus. Participants will prepare the following dishes: Beef Bouillon with Uszka; Kanapki; Iced Tea and Lemonade with Traditional Polish Fruit Syrup and Mint; Polish Peach Meringue Bars; and Plums Covered in Chocolate.
The two-and-one-half-hour Saturday class includes hands-on instruction, a chance to sit down and eat what students cooked, and a take-home folder of the recipes so participants can cook "saintly" meals at home. Price: $15 per session. Class size limited to 15. Time: 11:00 am to 1:30 pm in the parish hall and kitchen.
For information or to register, please email Sandy Greeley at firstname.lastname@example.org or Fernando Flores at email@example.com.
"Feeding the Hungry, Nourishing the Soul"
Non-Perishable Food Items for Hungry Children
¨ Single serve shelf stable milk, regular or chocolate
¨ Vacuum sealed tuna packs
¨ Single serve cans of chicken, Vienna sausages
¨ Single serve pasta cups
¨ Cereal, oatmeal
¨ Individual fruit cups
¨ Nutrition bars
¨ Single serve cheese and peanut butter packs
¨ Baking items: Bisquick, flour, masa flour, oil, shortening
Please return filled bags to vestibules. God bless you!
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Come join Father Isenberg and the Patricians on Monday, June 12th at 7:00 pm as we discuss what it means for a Church to be Catholic. We are providing another discussion on the Byzantine Catholic Church because the January Patricians meeting had a small turnout due to the weather.
Is the Roman Catholic Church the only Catholic Church recognized by the Pope? Did you know that there are 24 Catholic Churches that are in full communion with the Pope in Rome? The Patricians will discuss the Byzantine Catholic Church, which is one of these Catholic Churches. The discussion will explain what full communion with the Pope means, how the Byzantine Catholic Church evolved in world and American history, and how the Eastern Orthodox Church is involved. The discussion will also explain what the differences between the Roman Catholic Church and the Byzantine Catholic Church, which include Church hierarchy, liturgical calendar, Holy Days of Obligation, liturgy, sacraments, clerical disciplines (including celibacy), and the Eucharist. The discussion will conclude showing locations of Byzantine Catholic Churches in the local area." We meet in the acolyte room at 7:00 pm, snacks will be provided, and all are welcome.
We would like to hold VBS the first week of August. Help make it a reality by volunteering! Currently we are looking for adult volunteers (youth volunteers coming soon!) to help with planning and/or participate during the week of VBS. Without adult volunteers VBS cannot happen. Please email Erin Meunier at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any time to help
Parish office closed.
Free of charge, no reservations needed