Saint Patrick News
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Give in thanksgiving. “The nuns left lasting impressions on me,” writes a donor. “I shall always be grateful for my Catholic education.” Please join in thanking the thousands of senior Catholic sisters, brothers, and religious order priests who worked tirelessly to educate the young and serve those in need. Next week’s second collection is for the Retirement Fund for Religious, which helps hundreds of
religious communities acre for aging members. Please give generously.
Masses for the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary will be on Monday, December 9 at Christ the King at noon and Holy Trinity at 6:30 p.m.
Our Communal Reconciliation Service will be on Tuesday, December 10 at Christ the King beginning at 6:30 p.m. There will be 3 priests present.
There will be a special live performance of Mark Scarpelli and Dan Kehde’s play, “Mary,” at Christ the King Church on Wednesday, December 11, at 7:00 p.m. Admission is free, but a love offering will be taken. Invite your family and friends – all are welcome.
As of September 24, 2019, Christ the King has raised $4,370, which is 69% of our parish goal of $6,370. Holy Trinity has raised $8,051, which is 101% of our parish goal of $8,010. St. Patrick has raised $4,420, which is 123% our our parish goal of $3,600. If you haven’t had the opportunity to date yet, please remember that 100% of all donations above 50% of our parish goals will come back to the parish!
Thank you for your past generosity in support of the annual appeal and our parishes and for what we can accomplish this year. To save postage, you may drop your CSA envelope in the collection basket, and we will forward it to the Diocese. Make your check payable to the Catholic Sharing Appeal.
If you would like to request a Mass Intention, you can fill out a Mass Intention envelope at the church or you can create an envelope with the following information: who the Mass Intention is for and whether the person is living or deceased, the date you are requesting, your name and a telephone number where you can be reached during the day, and the amount you are offering. You may drop your Mass Intention envelope in the collection basket or sent it to the office. If the date you request is unavailable, your intention will be scheduled for the next open date available unless you request otherwise.
In accordance with the guidelines from the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston. Mass stipends are deposited in a separate checking account. If you are writing a check, please make it payable to your respective church. The current suggested level of giving is $20 for a weekend Mass or $10 for a daily Mass. Any offering, however, is most welcome, and if you do not have funds to offer, you are encouraged to still request your Mass Intention.
As you know, we keep a list on the church bulletin of people who are sick and homebound. Please remember these people in your prayers and let us know if you have a special prayer request. Also, please let us know when we need to remove someone from the list.
Calendar of Events
CTK – Christ the King | HT – Holy Trinity | SP – Saint Patrick | TP – Tri-Parish