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      Our 2014 Summer Schedule for Masses has begun:
      We have 5:00 PM Mass on Saturdays.
      We have 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM and 10:30 AM Masses on Sundays.
      Our Noon Mass is suspended, resuming September 21, 2014 

      We supply the lemonade; you bring the cookies! We plan lemonade and cookies on July 27 & August 10 after the 7:30, 9:00 & 10:30 Masses. Please bring
      cookies to Mass those days and share them with your fellow parishioners!
       Christmas in July is an opportunity to shop early to help families celebrate a merrier Christmas in December. The primary focus is to provide families paper products, cleaning supplies, and toiletries. The costs of these items add up and they cannot be purchased with food stamps.  July 5 and 6 weekend, please consider donating : toothpaste, toothbrushes (adult & child), shampoo, conditioner, and/or bath tissue (single rolls or 4-packs). Please leave your contributions in the Donation Room (by the restrooms). Thank you for your ongoing support!
       A SUMMER READ     Pope Francis has preached and lived the power of God's Mercy.  If you are inspired or intrigued by our new Pope, join with others in the parish in reading  these selections from his public addresses and writings.  The editors have selected texts which both express and explain his sense and experience of God's Mercy and how he envisions us living that as a church today .  

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    • Fr. Peter's Perspective

       July 27, 2014—Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
      1 Kings 3:5, 7-12
      “There has never been anyone like you up to now; there will come no one to equal you.”
      Romans 8:28-30
      The Son was the firstborn among many brothers and sisters.
      Matthew 13:44-52
      “The kingdom of God is like a net thrown into the sea.”
      Questions for Reflection:
      If someone offered you wisdom or money right now, which would you take?
      What would your life be like today if you have more wisdom or more money?
      How many blood brothers and sisters have you? How many others have earned that intimacy in your life?
      Put together a kingdom collage from the images Matthew presents so far. Based on these clues, do you know what we’re looking for yet?
      Readings for Next Week: Isaiah 55:1-3; Romans 8:35, 37-39; Matthew 14:13-21

       Some Things consider from Fr. Peter

      Readings for Next Week: Isaiah 55:1-3; Romans 8:35, 37-39; Matthew 14:13-21

       The Teaching Mass The Mass is an act of worship, in this write up, Fr. Peter explains the different sections of the mass. 

    • SJR EVENT Calendar
      • Jul 21-31, 2014
        Go to our sister parish and help the children with their reading skills. First week M-F; Second week M-Th. We will end serving ice cream at an ice cream social.
      • Aug 11, 2014
        1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
        This meeting will be held in the gathering room - 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
      • Aug 16, 2014
        5:00 PM
        Prayer Shawls will be blessed at the 5:00 Mass on Sat. Aug 16 Members of the prayer shawl ministry will be available in the Gathering Room after the 5:00 Mass to help you pick out a shawl.
      • Sep 8, 2014
        7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
        Monthly Meeting Speaker: Joe Mack D-Day +1 Survivor Menu: Italian Chef: Sam Trapani
      • Oct 16, 2014
        7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
        Monthly Meeting Speaker: Dave Reid Medicare 2015 Menu: Oktoberfest Chef: Kusak & Busch
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      • The 2014 edition of Vacation Bible School has concluded to the joy of all our children who participated. Click on the above title to view the photos of our young people who spent the week with Jesus on "SonTreasure Island"