Weekly Update: Jan 9 - 17
Upcoming Mass Schedule
Baptism of the Lord
1/9 – Mass 5:00PM CT – Sts. Peter and Paul
1/10 – Mass 8:30AM ET/7:30 CT – Sacred Heart @ Sts. Peter and Paul in Goodland
1/10 – Mass 10:00AM CT – St. Augustine
Daily Mass Schedule Change This Week
(**NOTE TIME ZONE CHANGES**)
Monday, January 11: No Mass
Tuesday, January 12: 5:30pm CT Mass @ St. Augustine
Wednesday, January 13: 8:30am CT Mass @ St. Augustine**
Thursday, January 14: 5:30pm CT Mass @ St. Augustine**
Friday, January 15: 8:30am CT Mass @ St. Augustine (
Mass time will change to 10:15am if school has a 2 hr delay
Saturaday, January 16: 9:00am CT Mass @ St. Augustine**
As regards Masses, Sacred Heart will continue to have Sunday Mass at Sts. Peter and Paul in Goodland at 8:30am ET/7:30am CT through the month of January.
Daily Masses (Tuesday-Saturday Morning) will be at St. Augustine.
Saturday, January 16 Pork Chop Dinner
To Benefit The Safe Haven Baby Box Effort
at Franciscan Hospital
Knights of Columbus Council 1881 are pre-selling tickets for this event after each Mass in the Pastorate this weekend!
Serving from 5:00 - 7:00CT
1" Grilled Pork chop, potatoes, vegetable, and salad
Single Pork Chop Dinner - $11.00
Dine in or carryout (219-866-9938)
More information about the Safe Haven Law and the Safe Haven Baby Box can be found here:
Take Down Christmas Decorations
We will be taking down Christmas Decorations as Follows:
St. Augustine: Sunday, January 10 after 10am Mass
Sts. Peter and Paul: Wednesday, January 13 @ Noon CT
If you are able to help, many hands make light work!
Year of St. Joseph
On December 8th, Pope Francis inaugurated a year dedicated to St. Joseph to commemorate the 150th anniversary of St. Joseph's dedication as Universal Patron of the Catholic Church.
To mark this occasion,
Pope Franics issed an Apostolic Letter on St. Joseph
, which I highly encourage everyone to read and to use in your increased devotion to St. Jospeh.
We will begin to plan public devotions to St. Jospeh this year.
Hail, Guardian of the Redeemer,
Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
To you God entrusted his only Son;
in you Mary placed her trust;
with you Christ became man.
Blessed Joseph, to us too,
show yourself a father
and guide us in the path of life.
Obtain for us grace, mercy and courage,
and defend us from every evil. Amen.
Also, the Apostolic Penitentiary announced a special
Plenary Indulgence for the Year of St. Joseph.
The plenary indulgence will be granted under the usual conditions (sacramental confession, Eucharistic Communion, detachment from sin, and prayer for the Pope’s intentions) to those who participate in the Year of St Joseph in any of the following ways: (Dec 8 2020 - Dec 8 2021)
Meditate for at least 30 minutes on the Lord’s Prayer or take part in a Spiritual Retreat with meditation on St. Joseph
Perform a spiritual or corporal act of mercy following St. Joseph’s example
For families or engaged couples who recite the Holy Rosary together
Entrust your daily work to St. Joseph or ask St. Joseph’s intercession for the unemployed to find dignifying work
Recite the Litany of St. Joseph or any other Prayer to St. Joseph for the persecuted Church and relief of all Christians suffering from persecution
For more information
The Bulletin can be found online, each and every week.
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Catholic Ministries Appeal
It's not too late to make your pledge!
Make your Pledge NOW!
The Pledge is to be paid between now and Dec 31, 2021,
in installments or lump sums as best fits your budget.
Please keep praying for a successful campaign
and that we all might fulfill our pledges!
Prayer cards and pledge cards are still available in the Church!
Father Joshua Bennett
on Saturday, January 9 at 10:00AM