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ST. MARY CATHEDRAL LANSING, MICHIGAN ... 2018/06/17 ¢  ST. MARY CATHEDRAL LANSING, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY
ST. MARY CATHEDRAL LANSING, MICHIGAN ... 2018/06/17 ¢  ST. MARY CATHEDRAL LANSING, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY
ST. MARY CATHEDRAL LANSING, MICHIGAN ... 2018/06/17 ¢  ST. MARY CATHEDRAL LANSING, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY
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  • ST. MARY CATHEDRAL LANSING, MICHIGAN

    WEDNESDAY POT LUCK DINNERS The St. Mary parish potlucks are every Wednesday night at 6pm in the Parish Hall. The potlucks have been a great way to share a meal and socialize/get to know fel- low parishioners. All you need to do to attend is to bring a dish to pass, your own table service and $2 (for the main dish that the cooking team has provided). The cooking teams provide a main dish item as well as bev- erages. Come join us for the Wednesday night potlucks - you’ll be glad you did! If you would like more infor- mation on this or would like to help, please contact Mike or Terri Hecksel at 482-3196.

    RECEPTIONS Those bringing goodies for the reception for Msgr. George, next weekend, are asked to drop off items in the parish hall (preferably on a dish/tr y that does not need to be returned) at least one hour before each Mass. Someone will be present to receive them. Questions? Call Sr. Joan (484-5331) or Mike (896 6913).

    Receptions for Msgr. George Michalek Next weekend will be Msgr. George’s final weekend with us. After each of the Masses there will be a farewell reception and a chance for us to offer him our gratitude and memories. Let us send him off with our love and prayers. Happy Father’s Day It can take some digging in our culture to find an im- age of a father who is inspiring. I am having trouble thinking of one right now, even though I know there are some. Many times in entertainment, fathers are portrayed as buffoons, absent, abusive, or just bland. I do not know any man who wants to be a father like that. I think most men want to give the best of them- selves to their families, but do not always know how. Imperfect men, who wish to be more perfect. Imper- fect men, who ache above most things, for the respect and love of their families and friends. I wish a happy Father’s Day to all the men who wish to be more than what sometimes our culture says a father can be. You are men of sacrifice, vulnerabil- ity, decision, service, caring, hope, leadership, pres- ence, and faith. The list can go on. Many times your care is invisible. Know that it is seen by God and will be felt by your family, even in unknown ways. Our ache for more is God’s longing within us that only He can complete and only He can really guide. To be a father is to reflect God in a particular way. It takes a choice to be a Father. It takes encouragement and grace to persevere in fatherhood. I invite us all to name a quality or two in our fathers (living or dead) and to thank them for those attributes. We all need to hear the good named within us, because sometimes we only give voice to the bad. We also all need to speak the good in one another to help cultivate the gift that every other person is. I also invite us to pray for our fathers. Grace completes nature. Happy Father’s Day! May the God who made you and whom you represent to your kids bless you, heal you, and help you to rejoice in Him. You are in my prayers. Fr. Karl Pung

    PRAISE AND ADORATION Every Wednesday from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. we will be hav- ing Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and praise mu- sic weekly in the Crypt chapel. Come and spend some time with the Lord. All ages are welcome.

    DIOCESAN ASSEMBLY Be sure to register today for the September 22nd Dioce- san Assembly “Made for Happiness”. The Eucharistic Procession begins at St. Mary Cathedral and will follow a four-mile route to the site of the Assembly’s afternoon events at the Breslin Center on the campus of Michigan State in East Lansing. You are welcome to join in for the whole four-mile route or just a portion of it. Parish groups and ministries are invited to participate as a group by making and carrying a banner of their organiza- tion or apostolate. The procession will be live streamed to the Breslin Cen- ter for those who prefer to participate remotely. Doors will open at 7am and a free shuttle service will begin at that time from the Breslin Center. To learn more about the September 22 Eucharistic Procession and to register for the full day of events that are part of the Assembly, refer to the website: madeforhappiness.org. Be sure to register early because space at the Breslin Center is lim- ited.

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  • 11th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME June 17, 2018

    Monday, June 18 12:05 Father’s Day Novena Tuesday, June 19 8:00 Father’s Day Novena 12:05 +Guiseppe Filice by Charles & Judith Filice 5:15 Special Intention Wednesday, June 20 8:00 +John Schramek by Michalek Brothers 12:05 Father’s Day Novena Thursday, June 21 8:00 Father’s Day Novena 12:05 +George & Grant Heckman by Donna Wirth Friday, June 22 12:05 Father’s Day Novena Saturday, June 23 8:00 Father’s Day Novena 4:00 +Vincent DeLuca (Anniv.) by DeLuca Family Sunday, June 24 8:30 Father’s Day Novena 11:00 People of the Parish

    LANSING AREA CATHOLIC FAMILY CAMPING TRIP Friday, September 7th- Sunday, September 9th The Lansing Area Directors of Religious Education (lead by Jackie Rosalez, DRE at St. Martha's in Okemos) would like to invite you to join us for a very fun, family and faith cen- tered camping trip at Walnut Hills Family Campground. The campground is located at 7685 Lehring Rd, Durand, MI. There will be a variety of activities including a family fun time on Friday night and Mass and pot luck on Saturday evening. To register, please contact Rebecca Kanclerz before June 16th so we can reserve a space for you. The cost of the sites is $34/night which includes water and elec- tricity. There are both tent and RV sites. You will need to put down one night’s stay as your deposit. Check out the campground website at walnuthillsfamilycampground.com

    June 24, 2018 +Nativity of John the Baptist+

    Isaiah 49: 1-6

    Acts 13: 22-26

    Luke 1: 57-66, 80

    The Sanctuary candle burns this week in church

    In Memory of William Rademacher

    PICNIC TIME IS COMING! Our St. Mary Cathedral Parish Picnic will be here soon. Mark your calendars for Sunday, July 22 from 4-8pm at Grand Woods Park. Hotdogs, burgers, drinks, and table service will be provided. Please bring your favorite dish to pass. A raffle will take place (no charge). Everyone receives a raffle ticket upon arrival. We need donations for prizes. Homemade items, bought items, restaurant or gas gift cards… your choice! PLEASE– NO WHITE ELEPHANTS!! You may drop off your donations at the parish office or after Masses in the Sacristy. All donations must be in by Thursday, July 19. We had a wonderful variety (and many) at last year’s event. Let’s see if we can all get involved for a great day! Questions? Call Jan & Mike Maurer 886-6328 or Terri & Mike Hecksel 482-3196.

    OUR WEEKLY COLLECTIONS Weekends of 6/10

    Envelopes $4,812.00

    E-Giving $532.00

    Non Envelopes $1,372.97

    Candle $95.44

    Youth $2.00

    Total $6,814.41

    Capital Improvements $261.00

    TASK FORCE ON RACE & CATHOLIC SCHOOLS The public is invited and welcome to attend the next and final listening session and meeting of the Diocese of Lansing Task Force on Race and Catholic Schools at 5:00pm, Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at St Thomas Aquinas Church, East Lansing. The task force is a racially and ethnically diverse group comprising appointees from around the diocese. Bishop Boyea has asked the members of the Task Force to listen to all diocesan Catholic School constituents – students, families, faculty, and staff – on the matter of race and Catholic schools. Bishop Boyea expects the task force to develop and deliver to him a set of recommendations later this year, in accordance with Catholic social teaching about how Diocese of Lansing Catholic Schools can better understand the needs of racial and ethnic communities in the context of the community of God, which gives meaning and substance to each of us and our relationship with each other, as Jesus made clear.

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    Lansing’s Professional Pharmacy

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    HEATING  COOLING PLUMBING

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