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New Rectory Hours

Beginning June 11, the new rectory office hours are as follows:

> Sundays: 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
> Monday thru Thursday: 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM. Letters, pre-ordered Mass cards, and documents may be picked up until 7:30 PM.
> Friday: 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM only.
> Saturday: The rectory office is closed.

You may call the rectory and leave a message outside of these hours and someone will return your call as soon as possible.

Emergency for receiving the Sacrament of the Sick may be at any time–day or night.

Encountering the Word with Jeff Cavins

In this week’s Encountering the Word video, Jeff Cavins discusses lessons we can learn from the readings for the Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time, including why we should not fear spreading the gospel in even the darkest of places. The readings are:

First Reading: Jeremiah 20:10-13
Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 69:8-10, 14, 17, 33-35
Second Reading: Romans 5:12-15
Alleluia: John 15:26B, 27A
Gospel: Matthew 10:26-33

Living Your Faith

Jesus waits for us in this Sacrament of Love

“In the sacred Host, He is present, the true treasure, always waiting for us.
Only by adoring this Presence do we learn how to receive Him properly.”

Additional people to spend one hour of Adoration per week are needed.

All adoration times are for one hour. It is required that when the Blessed Sacrament is exposed on the altar, at least one person must always be present. Please please prayerfully consider committing an hour to the adoration of our Eucharistic Lord so that all of our scheduled exposition times will be filled. Call the rectory and leave your name, phone number and your selected time of adoration, or to find what times are in need of adorers.

Throughout the year names of the sick and the deceased are listed in the bulletins requesting your prayers. At this very special and holy season of the year I respectfully request that you add to your own personal daily prayers for all the sick and the deceased of our parish regardless if you know the person or their names. It can be a simple prayer like: Lord, Bless all those who are sick or deceased from my parish. Amen.

Remember to add to your daily prayers those who care for the sick at home: for those in nursing homes or hospitals: and for those who will be undergoing surgery.

Remember in your daily prayers all those still “recovering” from the loss of a family member or friends but especially all those who have lost someone suddenly.


Help for the Needy in Rural Kentucky

The Mohan and Robinson families request your assistance in their mission to rural Kentucky in
helping with seniors with home projects, working a food bank and education of children. What is most needed is the following: New pack of children/youth underwear (place in box at main entrance of church marked: KENTUCKY.)

Donations are gratefully accept for the purchase of these items by placing a contribution in the St. David collection basket marked for Kentucky Assistance.

All donation of clothes and/or money must be received by July 23rd. Thank you very much.