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Fair Trade coffee, chocolate and a small selection of gift items are now available in the gift shop. Supporting Fair Trade supports farmers and artisans in developing countries in a number of ways, but most importantly, it gives them dignity and hope.
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Spiritual and psychological healing for anyone affected by an abortion experience. Don’t suffer any more! Call 1-888-456-HOPE (4673). More info available online at www.hopeafterabortion.com.
The rosary is said each Sunday at 8:00 AM for our “For All Generations” campaign and for all intentions of our parish family. Everyone welcome to come and pray.
DAILY ROSARY: The rosary is recited daily before the 7:00 AM Mass, around 6:30 AM. Everyone is welcome to come and start your day off with praying to Mary.
What difference has it made in your life when you made a decision in accord with Jesus’ teaching? When will you have a make a decision this week? What will help you with a good decision?
FROM THE PASTOR’S DESK:
In today’s Gospel we listen to some of the last words Jesus spoke on the night before his death, but they are words that prepared his disciples for his physical departure from them forty days after his resurrection. Jesus speaks of coming back with his Father so that they can make their home in the disciples who love them. Our notion of the Triune God is one who is prepared to come and live within each of us. But God waits patiently to be invited into our hearts; our inner space. God is neither demanding nor intrusive. Do we welcome the presence of Father, Son and Holy Spirit in our hearts? How so?
STEPHEN MINISTRY: We are looking for people who are interested in joining our Stephen Ministry team. Stephen Ministers provide high quality, confidential, Christ-centered care and support to people experiencing grief, divorce, cancer, job loss, loneliness, disability, relocation, and other life difficulties. We will be starting the training program in September 2013. Contact Father Mike or one of the Stephen Leaders: Lori Hock, Terri Zeleski, Sarita Panowicz or Renee Miller if you are interested in more information.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL will be June 3-7 from 9:00-11:30 AM. VBS is open to children age 4 through those students ending 5th grade. Cost for the program is $25.00 per student with a $60.00 family maximum. Adults helping with the week will not be charged. Registration weekends will be May 4 & 5 and May 11 & 12 after all the Masses. Help is still needed for the week. Please sign up on the bulletin board by Therese's office or call 308-382-0976
ST. LUCIA/ST. VINCENT WISH LIST: WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!
We are in the process of gathering items for our trip to St. Lucia and St. Vincent in May. The items we need are located in the foyer of the church. Feel free to grab items that you would like to donate and bring them back to church by May 12th. The items are color coded in that some of the items are for St. Lucia and some for St. Vincent. Please place the colored sheet back on the items that you have purchased or bag them together and place the colored sheet on the bag so we can keep them organized that way. Place them in the parish nurse office back in the classroom area. We couldn’t do this without the generous hearts and spirit of the people at Resurrection. Thank you so much for your help!!! Call Renee Miller at 380-7062 with any questions.
HIGHER GROUND RETREATS:
Registration for the Higher Ground Retreats is now open. Higher Ground is a Five-day Catholic youth program for those who will be juniors or seniors in high school. This program is sponsored by the Diocese of GI’s Office of Youth & Young Adult Ministry. The purpose of Higher Ground is to create an environment where Christian community may be experienced. The activities provide an enjoyable opportunity for young people to develop a better sense of self, to build positive relationships with others and to grow closer to God. The cost of the week retreat is $150 with an $80 fee for bus transportation. Resurrection Parish is offering to help with the cost in order to support our young people in their faith journey. More info and registration materials can be found on the Diocese website www.youth.gidiocese.org or contact Michalene Iversen at 382-5639.
is a new group that is working to collect items our service agencies need for their families. 5 Points Bank locations are the drop-off locations.
|Come see the new face of the Knights! Grand Knight John Webb invites all new members of Resurrection, and anyone else who would like to learn about Council #11363 to join them. 6:30pm February 25 in the Parish Hall. Call John for more information at 308-227-9281.|
We would like for the youth to help sing. PLEASE COME and SHARE YOUR TALENT and TIME. Any questions, call Sharon Klanecky 381-1637 or Bonnie Kool 384-6707.
Alive in Christ! That’s what we are. Among the many readings of Easter, St. Paul reflects on this “newness of life” in his letter to the Romans. The Christian life is a resurrected life. It is new life, one of truth, inner joy and genuine fulfillment. God has transformed our lives for all eternity, and that transformation is what it means to be a Christian. Do you know the resurrected life? Have you genuinely experienced it? Good stewards have; and in their commitment to the Lord, they know what it means to be alive in Christ. It is time to rejoice. He is risen! Alleluia!
DCCW COLLECTS BEST CHOICE UPC's
...as a way to raise money and awareness of their project to dig wells in Third World countries, as water is a precious resource. In the years 2007-2012, $15,952.43 was collected for wells using UPCs. Please save them for the Altar Society and place them in the blue watering can provided in the kitchen by the microwave. This is a very easy and inexpensive way to help. We all need water!!!!