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From The Desk of Father Shawn...

January 3, 2021: The Gift of Faith
Lenten Talks with Rev. Shawn Landenwitch:

Rediscovering Mary: Our Life, Our Sweetness, and Our Hope, 2021 Lenten Talk (Part 1)(Part 2)

For additional Lenten Talks, see From The Desk of Father Shawn.

LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS:

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SAINT PATRICK'S DAY MASS:

Wednesday, March 17, 7:00 PM St Patrick’s Day Mass (Makley Hall after Mass Cookies & Punch)

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HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE:

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SAINT PATRICK'S DAY MASS:

Wednesday, March 17, 7:00 PM St Patrick’s Day Mass (Makley Hall after Mass Cookies & Punch)

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LENTEN FISH FRIDAYS:
Sponsored by Knights of Columbus

5:00 - 7:00 PM on Fridays during Lent. Feb 19th, 26th, Mar 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th.

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL KNIGHTS. Join us at Makley Hall Serving Baked, Batter Fried, Southern Breaded, and Spicy Breaded Alaskan Pollock.

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STATIONS OF THE CROSS:

4:30 PM on Fridays during Lent. Feb 19th, 26th, Mar 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th.

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ADDITIONAL CONFESSION TIMES:

3:00-3:30 PM Saturday during Lent. Feb 20th, 27th, Mar 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th.

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Sunday, February 28th & March 7th, 2021:

2021 Lenten Talks
4:00 PM "Rediscovering Our Lady: Our Life, Our Sweetness, and Our Hope" Lenten Talks with Father Shawn Landenwitch located at Winner Harvest Barn, De Graff, Ohio.

View Lenten Talks 2021 flyer.
Sunday, February 28th, 2021:

2021 Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA)
Archbishop Schnurr sends his thanks to everyone from St. Patrick who has supported the 2021 Catholic Ministries Appeal. If you have not yet made your pledge, please consider doing so this week. For more information or to donate online, please visit www.AOCstewardship.org. Thank you!
Sunday, February 21st, 2021:

Thank you for participating Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA)
We thank everyone who has participated in the 2021 Catholic Ministries Appeal. Our generous gifts let us impact the stories of thousands through six important Catholic ministries right here in our archdiocese.

Additionally, 50% of all pledges in excess of our parish goal will go to the support of a ministry or activity to which over-goal funds will be directed here in our parish, so please be as generous as you can. For more information or to donate online, please visit www.AOCstewardship.org. Thank you!
THE YEAR OF ST. JOSEPH:

RECEIVE PLENARY INDULGENCE DURING THE YEAR OF ST. JOSEPH
Archbishop Schnurr has designated the following parishes to serve as temporary shrines during the Year of St. Joseph: St. Joseph, North Bend; St. Joseph, Dayton; and St. Joseph, Wapakoneta.

A pious visit to one of these churches during this holy year is an occasion for receiving a plenary indulgence for those who recite an Our Father and the Creed, along with fulfillment of the other requirements for obtaining an indulgence (prayer for the intentions of the Holy Father, sacramental confession, and reception of Holy Communion).

Please visit the parishes’ websites to see church visiting hours and any possible devotional activities:

St. Joseph Church, North Bend, Ohio
www.stjosephnorthbend.com

St. Joseph Catholic Church, Dayton, Ohio
www.stjosephdayton.org

View Year-of-St-Joseph.pdf

St. Joseph Church, Wapakoneta, Ohio
www.petersburgparishes.org

Visit St Joseph (Wapakoneta)
Ash Wednesday:

Wednesday, February 17th, 2021 at 7:00 PM

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Sunday, February 14th, 2021:

Consider your pledged to Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA)
Archbishop Schnurr sends his thanks to everyone from St. Patrick who has pledged to the 2021 Catholic Ministries Appeal. If you have not yet made your pledge, please consider doing so this week. These important local ministries depend on our help each year. You will find extra pledge envelopes in the back of Church for your convenience this weekend. To make a donation online, visit www.AOCstewardship.org.
Sunday, February 7th, 2021:

Commitment Weekend for the Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA)
This is Commitment Weekend for the 2021 Catholic Ministries Appeal. Please join with Catholics in every parish throughout our archdiocese who are standing with local, Catholic ministries serving people right here in our communities. These ministries depend on our help each year!

Pledge cards are available in the back of church for your convenience this weekend. If you have already responded by mail or online, or if you brought your completed pledge card to place in the offertory today, thank you! To make a gift online, visit www.AOCstewardship.org.
Sunday, January 31st, 2021:

Participating in the Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA)
Next weekend is Commitment Weekend for the 2021 Catholic Ministries Appeal. Please join with Catholics in every parish throughout our archdiocese who are standing with local, Catholic ministries serving people right here in our communities. These ministries depend on our help each year! You can mail your pledge card or bring it to Mass next weekend. For more information or to donate online, please visit www.AOCstewardship.org. Thank you!
Sunday, January 24th, 2021:

Our Support of Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA)
This weekend we will be listening to an audio message from Archbishop Schnurr explaining how our support of the Catholic Ministries Appeal allows us to stand with the ministries that teach, feed, and heal throughout the archdiocese. Thanks to the generosity of many families here at St. Patrick, a total of $12,944 was contributed to the 2020 CMA from our parish community. This year, our goal is $13,363.

Families will be receiving a CMA mailing from Archbishop Schnurr in the coming week or so. Please prayerfully complete your pledge card and return it in the envelope provided, or bring your completed pledge card and envelope to Mass. For more information or to donate online, please visit www.AOCstewardship.org. Thank you!
Friday, January 22nd, 2021:

Day of Prayer
The bishops of the United States have designated next Friday, January 22, the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, as a day of prayer and penance for the legal protection of unborn children. Your prayers and sacrifices are greatly needed. Please find a concrete way to bring before Our Lord all the unborn, mothers and fathers in crisis pregnancies, those who suffer the effects of a past abortion, those who support abortion, and all the leaders of our country.

Visit the bishop's website, at usccb.org.
https://www.usccb.org/committees/pro-life-activities/january-roe-events/january-22-day-of-prayer

Below are some great resources for anyone you know who might be suffering from a past abortion. Please share, and say a prayer for all those who are in need of God's healing touch!
https://resources.catholicaoc.org/offices/respect-life-ministries/issues/project-rachel

9 Days for Life, January 21-29
https://pro-life-activities.lpages.co/9-days-for-life-2021-english/
Sunday, January 17th, 2021:

2021 Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA)
It is time to kick off the 2021 Catholic Ministries Appeal throughout the archdiocese! The CMA is our opportunity each year to support the work of six vital ministries all of which operate right here in our archdiocese.

Also, if we exceed our parish goal for the CMA, 50% of our overage comes back to the parish to be used toward a parish ministry that we have selected:

Please prayerfully consider supporting this year’s CMA. Your help is needed as we stand with the thousands of people served throughout our archdiocese. For more information or to donate online, please visit www.AOCstewardship.org. Thank you!
Monday, January 11th, 2021:

There will be no weekday mass from 1/11 to 1/15, and 1/18 to 1/22. The weekend masses will be as normal.
Sunday, January 3rd, 2021:

Blessed chalk will be available this weekend!

Blessing one’s home on Epiphany is a wonder way to claim your house for Jesus Christ, and to consecrate the whole year to the service of Our Lord.

Using the blessed chalk, mark the lintel of your front door (or front porch step) as follows: 20 + C + M + B + 21

Say: "The three wise men, Caspar, Melchior, and Balthazar, followed the star of God’s Son who became human two thousand and twenty-one years ago. May Christ bless our home and remain with us throughout the new year. Amen. Visit, O blessed Lord, this home with the gladness of Your presence. Bless all who live or visit here with the gift of Your love; and grant that we may manifest Your love to each other and to all whose loves we touch. May we grow in grace and in the knowledge and love of You. Guide, comfort, and strengthen us in peace, O Jesus Christ, now and forever. Amen."
Mary, The Holy Mother of God Mass:

Friday, January 1st, 2021, 10:00 AM

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Saturdays at 7:00 AM
That Man Is You - Men's Group
Saturdays at 7:00 am in Makley Hall RCIA Room.