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Weekly Bulletin – February 27, 2011

February 26, 2011

Weekly Schedule

Sunday,         Feb. 27, 2011 Sunday of Meat Fare *
10:00 AM Divine Liturgy
following liturgy Knights of Columbus Brunch  in St. Mary’s Hall
Monday,         Feb. 28, 2011
5:30 PM Divine Liturgy    †Peter Cimar Jr
Tuesday,        Mar. 1, 2011
5:30 PM Divine Liturgy    †John Morrison
Wed.,               Mar. 2, 2011
9:00 AM Office of the 3rd Hour
6:30 PM Parish Council Meeting
Thursday,       Mar. 3, 2011
9:00 AM Office of the 3rd Hour
5:30 PM Divine Liturgy      †John Potoma
Friday,              Mar. 4, 2011
9:00 AM Office of the 3rd Hour
Saturday,         Mar. 5, 2011 All Holy Ascetical Fathers and Mothers
9:00 AM – 4 PM Parish Bake Day
5:00 PM Vigil Divine Liturgy         for Sunday
Sunday,           Mar. 6, 2011 Sunday of Cheese Fare *
10:00 AM Divine Liturgy
following liturgy Pitch-in Brunch in St. Mary’s Hall  

* denotes obligation to attend liturgy that day


Brunch Today and Cheesefare Sunday

Following today’s Divine Liturgy the Knights of Columbus are serving brunch. Favorites like pancakes, eggs, hash browns, ham and Eastern European foods such as pirohi (potato-cheese, sauerkraut-onion, and lekvar), kielbasi and sauerkraut are being prepared for you. The KofC requests that you help offset the cost of the meal with a free will offering.

Next Sunday is the last day before the start of the Great Fast. Our tradition is to have everyone bring in a meatless dish to share with others as a remembrance of the Lenten season. During the Great Fast we may refrain from certain foods like meat and dairy so on Cheesefare Sunday we are saying goodbye to dairy. Please let the rectory know what you plan to bring. Thank you!

Parish Council Meeting

The parish council and any other interested parishioners will be meeting Wednesday evening at 6:30 PM.

Baking for Spring

Cyndi supervises while Bill, Al & Harry assemble nut rolls

It’s time to start building an inventory of baked goods in anticipation of sales for Easter. Please volunteer to help the parish make our famous nut & poppy seed rolls, pumpkin logs and other baked goods. A few hours is helpful so don’t fret about using up your entire Saturday. If you don’t know how to make them then this is the opportunity to learn – and you don’t have to pay to go to culinary school. Volunteer bakers also get a discount for helping out.

Food Pantry

We need more donated items for the food pantry. If you don’t know what to bring then call the rectory or donate money so we can use scrip cards to buy the food. Thank you kindly for your generosity.


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