Tuesday, June 8th 2021
JUNE 8, 2021
"The patient and humble endurance of the cross—whatever nature it may be—is the highest work we have to do."
— St. Katharine Drexel
Wishing everyone a good day! Stay Cool! God Bless!
Daily Mass will be celebrated at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday and Friday this week.
The Rosary is recited at 8:40 a.m.
Please Join us tonight June 8th at 7:00-8:00 p.m. Novena to the Sacred Heart 2021
Welcoming Jesus into our parish as King, Savior, and Friend, through the enthronement of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, is a conscious decision to place Jesus at the center of your lives, parish and home. This devotion is unique because it has been spoken about in papal letters and is centered on the love of Jesus Christ.
Patricia Reardon will be speaking tonight.
Schedule of Speakers:
June 3rd-Father Asante
June 4th -Deacon Tony Xatse
June 7th-Lisa Villa
June 8th-Patricia Reardon
June 9th-Mark Lorusso
June 11th-Most. Rev. Robert J McManus Bishop of Worcester
(Bishop McManus will be available before 7:00 p.m. this Friday to meet with parishioners. More details to come.
Religious Education will be starting up this Fall (Around September 12th)
Registration will be from July 31-August 29 in the Church Hall after each Mass.
The cost is $20 for the first student, $10 for the second child, and free after that.
The most a family will pay is $30.
We are in need of teachers-if you have some interest we would love to hear from you! The commitment would most likely be 2 mornings a month.
Confirmation will be taught on Monday evenings. We would love to hear from you-please reach out to Judy Keenan or the office.
Any student who has not done First Communion (2nd grade or older)please let us know during registration. This is also true for Confirmation students (10th grade and up).
MEDITATION OF THE DAY
"While St. Teresa was well acquainted with methods of meditation and wished her young nuns to be instructed in them, she emphatically insisted that the primary need for beginners is not to find the ideal method but to do God’s will from moment to moment throughout the day—which is probably the last thing the beginner thinks is primary. Her thought is strong and unambiguous: ‘The whole aim of any person who is beginning prayer—and don’t forget this, because it is very important—should be that he work and prepare himself with determination and every effort to bring his will in conformity with God’s will’. She then adds that ‘it is the person who lives in more perfect conformity who will receive more from the Lord and be more advanced on this road of prayer.’"
— Fr. Thomas Dubay
“May the grace of the Lord Jesus be with you. My love to all of you in Christ Jesus.”-1 Corinthians 16:23-24
Sacred Heart- St. Catherine's
on Tuesday, June 8 at 11:00AM