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Jesus said to Simon,

“Do not be afraid; from now on you will be catching men.”

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The Corporal Works of Mercy

Growing in Mercy and Love

Pope Francis has invited us to rediscover and practice the corporal works of mercy during this Holy Year of Mercy.

Here at All Saints and SS Patrick & Andrew, we will be learning about these corporal works of mercy with the aid of magnetized puzzle. The puzzles will hopefully serve as great reminders to us about the importance of practicing these corporal works of mercy when placed on our refrigerators, dishwashers, washers/dryers, filing cabinets, etc.

Each week we will focus on a different piece(s) of the puzzle. The first two pieces to put in your puzzle are the ones printed with the words: The Corporal Works of Mercy.

This Week

LENTEN REGULATIONS: Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are days of abstinence from meat and also days of fasting. The law of abstinence is binding on all Catholics 14 years of age and older. The law of fasting is binding on all Catholics 18-59. On a fast day, only one full meal may be eaten and eating between meals is forbidden. Together, other meals eaten should not equal more than a full meal. Those who are over 60, the sick, or persons who for other serious reasons should not reduce their food intake, are dispensed from the obligation to fast. In doubt, consult your priest.

Ways Adults Can Give Drink to the Thirsty

*donate a case of bottled water to a local food pantry.

*contribute to Catholic Relief Services, “Water for Life” program that brings clean drinking water to remote areas of developing countries.

*contribute a breast pump to a local Pregnancy Center to help encourage and support young moms.

*take a 6 pack of enhanced water to an elderly loved one reminding them of the importance of staying hydrated.

Ways Children Can Give Drink to the Thirsty:

*Bring a glass of water to the family member mowing your lawn, or hot

chocolate to the one shoveling the snow.

*Give younger children a ‘boost’ so they can reach the faucet to get a drink.

*Work the water table for runners at a local 5K or marathon.

*Support clean water and digging of wells in 3rd world countries.


Tuesdays after 8 am Mass at Liberty

Wednesdays after 8 am Mass at Frenchtown

Wednesdays after 5 pm Mass at Bascom

Thursdays after 8 am Mass at Alvada

Fridays 7 pm at New Riegel

Ash Wednesday Service/Masses February 10th:

 am Mass at All Saints

Noon Service at Bascom

5 pm Mass at Bascom
7 pm Mass at All Saints

Evening of Eucharistic Adoration

On Thursday, February 25th at 7 p.m.,

there will be a special evening of Eucharistic Adoration at All Saints Church.

The evening will be filled with quiet time in front of the Blessed Sacrament

along with praise and worship. Please consider joining us for this time of prayer

and praise of our Lord, Jesus Christ.