Weekly Announcements: September 12th - 18th

Monday, September 12th - The Most Holy Name of Mary
8:00am (Low Mass) - Repose of the soul of Brian Bergkamp r/b Daniel Mitchell
Tuesday, September 13th - Feria
8:00am (Low Mass) - Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul Margaret Heyer
Wednesday, September 14th - Exaltation of the Holy Cross
8:00am (Low Mass) - Erica Curtis r/b Cretella Family
Thursday, September 15th - Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary OR St. Nicodemus
8:00am (Low Mass) - Repose of the soul of James H. Milkowich r/b Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Stoudt
Friday, September 16th - Sts. Cornelius & Cyprian OR St. Euphemia
8:00am (Low Mass) - The Mitchell Children r/b Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Mitchell
Saturday, September 17th - Impression of the Stigmata of St. Francis
8:00am (Low Mass) - the Peacock Family r/b Mr. & Mrs. M. McDonald

The Sacrament of Penance is offered 30 minutes before each Mass. Requests are also taken after Mass as time dictates.
But that you may know that the Son of man hath power on earth to forgive sins (then said He to the man sick of the palsy): Arise, take up thy bed, and go into thy house. And he arose, and went into his house.
Sunday, September 18th - 18th Sunday after Pentecost
7:45am (Low Mass) - Repose of the soul of James H. Milkowich r/b Duane & Carol Costenbadir
10:15am (High Mass) - Missa pro populo
Everyone is welcome to join the parish family for coffee, refreshments, and fellowship in the social hall downstairs following the 10:15am Mass on Sundays.
Father Pendergraft also teaches Catechism to all ages for 30 minutes beginning at 12:30pm
As you have probably noticed, pieces of the first side altar have been picked up and will be painted over the next few weeks. I hope to have the blueprints for the future sanctuary in the next few weeks to present to the parish.
I continue to be surprised by the generosity that is being shown in helping the parish to resolve the many problems and works that arise almost weekly. I especially give thanks to those who have helped to build the access to the basement and who addressed the flooding issue of last week. May God reward all of you.
Please continue to consider whether you can assist at all or part of the pilgrimage to the shrine of the North American martyrs. I hope to have a chance to teach more about these men who sacrificed all to bring the Faith to those who knew nothing about it.
May God continue to bless all of you.

-Fr. Gregory Pendergraft, FSSP