After a brief break for the summer, we are back with our newsletter for the month of September. If you enjoyed the delicious Mexican Black Bean and Corn Salad at the Parish Feast Day in June, check inside for the recipe!
Every week fellow parishioner Valerie W. inspired by the Holy Spirit, pens for us a poem based on the Sunday Gospel. They are great! I hope you take the time to savour them.
Since there is no bulletin this week, the poem is posted here.
We must forgive as Jesus taught
If we want to be pardoned.
Forgiveness is no option;
Our hearts may not be hardened.
Our Heavenly Father will treat us
As we treat another.
If we want our sins absolved
We must absolve each other!
Thank you to our many volunteers who make Blessed Sacrament the parish that it is. Thank you to those who give their time and talent during the summer months. Thank you to all who make Church happen on weekends. Thank you to those who maintain our yard and buildings during the week. Our parish is built on volunteers. Know that you are appreciated. Thank you!
Here is our newsletter for June. We're taking a break for the summer, so look for us again in September!
The yard awaits the celebration of our Parish Feast Day of Blessed Sacrament. June 11 2023. Eucharistic Celebrations 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00pm. Parish BBQ at 1:00pm. Bouncer, games for the children and families. Music, joy and friendship. Come celebrate! If you have bring a lawn chair.
Our former priest Fr. Rodrigo Lazarte died on his birthday Sunday March 12th 2023. Sincerest condolences to the family of Fr. Rod and parishioners of Blessed Sacrament Parish. Memorial Mass will be celebrated Wednesday March 22nd 2023 6:30pm at Blessed Sacrament Parish.
Fr. Kevin Bettens