Right now, with all of the coronavirus stuff going on, I am looking for practical ways to help. I’ve talked with some other seniors at Marian, and we are trying to start something to help the elderly of the community, since they are really the only ones at a larger risk from this virus. We are offering our services to run errands, grocery shop for, etc the elderly, since they are at the highest risk every time they leave their houses.

The headline on the front of the Our Sunday Visitor this week reads “Holy Week at Home”. Yes, we will be spending this most Holy Week and home and with family. It is a good time for prayer and preparation for the joy of Easter. As we recall the passion death and resurrection of the Lord I encourage you to please take time to watch by streaming or by internet or You Tube or whatever the celebrations of this week. Hopefully you will be able to enter into this week by taking time in prayer and quiet. The Cathedral will be open all week as we have in the past two weeks.

This is a wonderful time to join the choir in preparation of the holy season of Lent, followed by Holy Week.  Our rehearsals are Thursday evening at 7:30.

Also, please consider singing with other choirs in the area for the Chrism Mass on Monday April 6.  There are 2 separate rehearsals on Tuesday March 24 and March 31  

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Understanding the passion, death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the perspective of a 1st century Jewish person to better understand the breadth of what Jesus did.

Presenter: Tom Kostielney
When: Beginning Thursday, February 27, 2020

Join us for our Parish Pot Luck - “How Faithful Catholics Can/Should/Must View The World’s Non-Christian Religions”
Professor Robert Gimello

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Mass 5:30 p.m., Pot Luck and Presentation Immediately Following - School Lunchroom
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Please bring your favorite side dish or dessert to share. Childcare provided.
You Can Lend a Hand Coupon books will be available for purchase in the Miami Street vestibule following all masses the weekend of February 8 and 9.

$3 per coupon book.  Over $100 value.