Bulletin: First Sunday in Lent – March 6, 2022

Celebrate Mass with us:

Saturday: 4 p.m.; Sunday 10:30 a.m.

Confessions heard 1/2 hour before Mass

Morning Mass at 8:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday followed by The Rosary

+ Stations of the Cross on Friday at 3 p.m. +


MASKS ARE NOW OPTIONAL FOR WORSHIP!
At this time, masks are now optional for all participants in liturgies held in Catholic churches and worship spaces located in the Diocese of Buffalo based on prevailing guidance from health officials and/or an individual’s doctor or other medical professional. Masks may continue to be worn at the discretion of the individual. Out of pastoral concern, the safety of others should always be considered when making this choice.


Stations of the cross: Fridays during Lent at 3 p.m.


Click on this link: Bulletin-3-6-22

PLEASE READ THE BULLETIN FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION NOT COVERED ON THIS POST!


See who is in our RTR family…stay up to date with the R2R at this link: https://roadtorenewal.org/

The Renewal Prayer

In every age, O God, you have called us to be your people, to be your Church. In this time, we begin anew to discern the pathways that will lead us, your people, closer to you. Continually Bless our journey as we proclaim your Good News, celebrate your saving presence among us, serve others with charity and justice, and steward the world you have entrusted to our care. Send your Spirit to lead and guide our Emmaus journey as we commit ourselves to the renewal of our Church. This we ask through Christ our Lord. Amen.


There are openings for Masses for 2022. Remember your loved ones who have passed away, for special occasions (birthdays/anniversaries), and for those who are ill. The Mass stipend is $15 per Mass.

Please contact the rectory to schedule your intentions…or go to this link: www.saintjohnkanty.com/mass-intentions/


PRAYER FOR PEACE IN UKRAINE
O Prince of Peace,
Once more we hear the guns of war,
Once more we see the faces
Of frightened children.
We pray for the people of Ukraine,
That they may be granted peace;
We pray for the people of Russia,
That they may demand peace;
We pray for our country,
That we may be a positive part
Of peacemaking in this world.
O Prince of Peace,
Lead us from this dark time
To a deeper understanding
Of the global human family,
So all may break bread together
In the secure embrace of peace.
Amen.
~Jane Deren, Ph.D.
Copyright © 2022, Education for Justice, a project of the Ignatian Solidarity Network. (with thanks to Deacon Greg Feary for the share)

everyone…for your continued weekly support of our parish…IT IS TRULY APPRECIATED!!


Hello March…

May the early Spring awaken your soul…and remind you to celebrate the Season with the Hope and Joy it brings!

Stay well dear friends…



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