Weekly Announcements - February 19th - February 25th

Sunday, February 19th - Septuagesima Sunday
7:45am (Low Mass) - Missa pro populo
10:15am (High Mass) -  † Repose of the soul of Charles R. Hauf, Jr. 

Monday, February 20th - Feria
8:00am (Low Mass) - David M. and Claudia M. Drew

Tuesday, February 21st - Feria

8:00am (Low Mass) - Souls in Purgatory

Wednesday, February 22nd - Feast of the Chair of St. Peter

7:00pm (High Mass) Diane Anna Kozak

Thursday, February 23rd - St. Peter Damian, Bishop, Confessor, & Doctor

8:00am (Low Mass) - For deceased members of the van Deursen Family

Friday, February 24th - St. Matthias, Apostle

8:00am (Low Mass) - Souls in Purgatory (especially nearest Heaven)

Saturday, February 25th - Saturday of Our Lady

8:00am (Low Mass) - † Repose of the soul of Charles F. Sohn

The Sacrament of Penance is offered 30 minutes before each weekday Mass. Requests are also taken after Mass as time dictates.

Thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build My Church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it; and I will give to thee the keys of the kingdom of Heaven. Whatsoever thou shalt bind upon earth, it shall be bound also in Heaven; and whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth, it shall be loosed also in Heaven.
-St. Matthew 16 : 18-19
Sunday, February 26th - Quinquagesima Sunday
7:45am (Low Mass) - † Repose of the soul of Aunt Anne Hause
10:15am (High Mass) - Missa pro populo
Visitors, please join the parish family for refreshments and fellowship in the social hall following the 10:15am Mass on Sundays. Fr. Pendergraft teaches Catechism to all ages for 30 minutes beginning at 12:30pm.
Today, Sunday, February 19th, the catechism talk will be immediately after Mass at 11:30 as I have a previous engagement in NY which will require me to leave at noon. You may eat during the talk and socialize after it.

This Wednesday, February 22nd is a feast of the 1st Class for the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter. We will have a Sung Mass at 7 PM and refreshments downstairs after.

I wish to thank all those who continue to help in many little ways. It was St. Therese of Lisieux who said, “All great things are made up of many little things.”

-Fr. Gregory Pendergraft, FSSP