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Weekly Bulletin May 13, 2018 Ascension of the Lord

Weekly Collections May 5th & 6th
Sunday Regular Collection $8,203
Online Giving $1,966
Other (Candle, Coffee) $102
Weekly Goal $8,500

Adopt A Pot: We have 20 pots on our patio. Buy some annual flowers, plant your own pot. Meet on the patio May 19th at 10:00 a.m. for planting. Bring your plants and tools. Call Linda Nystrom if you need more information.

BINGO: Knights of Columbus would like to invite all BINGO players, family and friends. On the Thursday, May 17th, the doors open earlier, at 5:30 p.m. for supper and the games begin at 6:30 p.m. Gift cards and prizes for the winners. This month, Chili Dogs or Pizza will be on the menu. Please join in the Food & Fun!

Catholic Communication Campaign Collection: The Mission of CCC is to evangelization through media and special projects of the Catholic press. A portion of the collection is retained by the diocese for use in local communication projects. Envelopes for this collection are in the pews and can be included with the regular collection next weekend.

HFCCW Quilt Raffle: Council of Catholic Women will be selling raffle tickets for a beautiful home made quilt donated by one of our parishioners.Tickets will sell for $1.00 or 6 tickets for $5.00.  This is one of our fundraisers that helps us keep our ministry working for all of you. The Quilt will only be on sale the weekend of May 12th-13th and May 19th-20th.  Don't miss out on this beautiful quilt that will be on display in the Gathering Space.  

First Communion Class—2019: We are now taking registration for next year’s First Communion Class that will begin in September 2018 and end in May 2019. If you plan to have your child make First Communion next year, please fill out a registration form in the RE Office. (All families with children making First Communion next year must fill out a registration form.) For those families with second graders next year attending St. Joseph Elementary School, your child will not be required to attend the regular weekly Sunday RE class at Holy Family. First Communion preparation will be done at the Catholic School. In the Spring 2019, we will bring the RE and Catholic School children and parents together for a few meetings since both groups of children will be making First Communion together at Holy Family Church in May.

K of C Raffle Tickets: For the Notre Dame vs Pittsburgh weekend in South Bend, IN. Oct. 12th-14th. Includes two lower bowl tickets, two round trip airfare and hotel with breakfast. Tickets are $5.00 each, available in the Gathering Space.

Emergency Response Training: The Parish Council has arranged for formal training conducted by the Weber County Sheriff’s Office. It will train parishioners in disaster and emergency medical procedures to assist the parish and the local community during natural disasters and medical emergencies. The Council is looking for 30-35 volunteers to attend the 7 week training course. The classes will be every Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. starting Sept. 6th and ending Oct. 18th. The cost is $35 per person, which pays for personal protective equipment needed for the class. The parish will pay the $35 fee for the volunteers. Jason Adams, the Parish Council President, will have an information and sign up table in the Gathering Space and 19th-20th after all Masses.

How our Catholic Community Benefits for the Diocesan Development Drive: Hospital Ministry provides pastoral care for patients in hospitals. Chaplains are available for the distribution of the Holy Eucharist and for the Anointing of the Sick.
The Lay Ecclesial Ministry Formation program prepares laity to assist clergy in parishes and missions, as well as to serve in other ministries of the Chruch in Utah. The program offers participants formation in the four traditional areas: theological study, spiritual development, human resources skills and supervised pastoral experience.

Adoration: “How little faith you have! Why did you falter?” (Mt 14:31) Few, things please Jesus more than a deep, abiding faith in him. When we believe firmly enough in him to trust him, to commit ourselves to him, he is greatly pleased with our faith. Our faith may be tested at times. When the winds of life blow violently against us, when the cresting waves threaten to engulf us, our confident cry, “Lord save us!” will not only please Jesus greatly, but it will bring an immediate rescuing response to our need.

Mass Intentions
5/12 5:00pm  Louise McNally +/ Jil Morby
5/13 8:00       For The People
5/13 10:30     Mother’s Day Novena
5/14 8:30       Mother’s Day Novena
5/15 8:30       Mother’s Day Novena
5/16 8:30       Mother’s Day Novena
5/17 8:30       Communion Service
5/18 8:30       Mother’s Day Novena
5/19 5:00pm   Kathy Bendict +/ Jim & Carolyn Wold