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  • ST. MARY CATHEDRAL LANSING, MICHIGAN

    SPRING FORWARD! Be sure to move your clocks ahead one hour this Satur- day, March 2, before you go to bed, for daylight savings.

    HOSPITAL EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS NEEDED Lansing Catholic Hospital Ministry is looking for additional Eucharistic Ministers to distribute Communion to Catholic patients at Sparrow Hospital and McLaren Greater Lansing especially for the weekends. We are grateful for the generous response from Eucharistic ministers at many different parishes that has helped us fill most of our weekday openings. Time commitment is generally one day per month for 2 to 3 hours at Sparrow or 1 to 1-1/2 hour at McLaren. For further information, please contact Cassian Hardie at 364-2902 or cassian.hardie@sparrow.org.

    POTLUCK AND EUCHRE NIGHT It’s time to start up the weekly potlucks for 2019! Our first one of the year will be on Wednesday, March 13 at 6pm in the Parish Hall. We’re here most Wednesdays through November unless otherwise announced in the bulletin. Please bring your own table service (plate, cup, silver- ware etc.), $2 for the main dish and a dish to pass. Our cook teams provide beverages and main dish. Your dish to pass can be homemade or store bought. It’s a great way to meet other parishioners, socialize, and share a meal! If you’ve been missing us, we look forward to see- ing you again. If you’ve never attended, give it a try and bring a friend. All are welcome! Any questions or if you’d like to help, please contact Mike or Terri Hecksel at 517- 482-3196. Following potluck, beginning at 7pm, stay around for Eu- chre night! $5 admission fee, no partner needed.

    LENT VESPERS & STATIONS Each Sunday of Lent at 5:15pm, Vespers are prayed in the chapel. Stations of the Cross are prayed at 11:30am on Fridays in church. Please join us.

    ENROLLMENT AT LCHS Lansing Catholic High School is now accepting applica- tions for the 2019-2020 school year. Applications, tuition worksheets, and financial aid information is available on the school’s website: www.lansingcatholic.org. Families who would like more information should contact the ad- missions office at 517-267-2102 or admis- sions@lansingcatholic.org or tuition office at 517-267- 2107 or tuition@lansingcatholic.org.

    Lent

    Our season of penance and prayer begins this Wednesday. Please note this is not a season of punishment and self- hatred. Our penances are meant to aid our conversion, heal disordered attachments and thinking, and remind us that we fundamentally belong to another; we belong to God. There are many ways and questions we can use to go about choosing our Lenten actions. Here are a few that I hope will be helpful. Are there areas of discipleship in which I feel called to grow? (Prayer, study, service) Are there particular intentions for which I feel more called to pray or even suffer? (fasting, intercessory prayer) Are there attachments to things or pleasures from which I feel the need to move away? (what to give up, almsgiving) Are there ways of relating to God and others which I feel called to more deeply practice or receive? (attitudes, forgiveness, accepting truths about ourselves) God how do you want me to share in your Paschal Mystery? (life, death, and resurrection of Jesus) Many of these areas overlap, but hopefully these questions can spark some particular practice or issue in which God would like to move in your life. When we get to the end of Lent, it will not be about what I accomplished, but what did I allow God to accomplish in me? And did I do it the way God wanted it done? We cooperate with God’s plan to sanctify us and He always gives us the best way to participate in that plan. May you have a fruitful Lent and continue to grow into the depths of God’s divine life and our life together. Additional Confession Time

    This week we will begin having Confessions on Thursday evenings in the Church from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. There will also be choir practice going on at the same time for those who may be concerned about safety. We will try this for a year and see if it meets a need. Our current Confession times on Thursday from 11:30 to Noon and on Saturday from 2:00 to 3:30 will not be changing. You are in my prayers. Fr. Karl Pung

    ASH WEDNESDAY MASS SCHEDULE

    Wednesday, March 6, 2019 8:00am 12:05pm 5:15pm

    Ashes will be distributed at each Mass.

  • 8TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME March 3, 2019

    Monday, March 4 12:05 +Grace Andrews by Rachelle Neal & Family Tuesday, March 5 8:00 +Dennis John DeWitt by Barbara Haddad 12:05 +Linda, Laura, April, Mike & Anna Rose 5:15 +Thomas & Esther Noice Wednesday, March 6 Ash Wednesday 8:00 +Jo Tomancik by Stephen & Veronica Patoprsty 12:05 +Arthur Rademacher & Loretta Koenigsknecht 5:15 +Rose Karn Thursday, March 7 8:00 Peter & Diane Arzberger by Wissner Family 12:05 +Anthony LaForgia by MaryBeth LaForgia Friday, March 8 12:05 +David Duda Saturday, March 9 8:00 Dick Jandron by John & Karen Crowley 4:00 +Ann Alexander & +Bruce Alexander by Family Sunday, March 10 8:30 People of the Parish 11:00 +Mary Slater by Rosemary Rowan

    March 10, 2019 +1st Sunday of Lent Deuteronomy 26: 4-10

    Romans 10: 8-13 Luke 4: 1-13

    The Sanctuary candle burns this week in church

    In Honor of DallaVecchia Family

    i.d.916 DISCIPLES’ NIGHT Attention all young adults in their 20s and 30s! Join us for our March Disciples' Night on March 7 at 6:30 p.m. at St. Mary Cathedral. This night will be the second part in a three-part series over the next three months called "Bearing the Image." The second talk is by John Bishop and is titled, "Sexual Authenticity." To find out more about our group, or to RSVP please visit our Facebook group "i.d. 916 Lansing" and RSVP on the event there, or email us at id916lansing@gmail.com. For more information, visit www.id916.com.

    WEDNESDAY ADORATION– March 27 We are changing our Wednesday Adoration to only once a month and will be moving from the Crypt to the Main Church. We will be gathering on the Fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. At the beginning of Exposition there will be a 20-30 minute talk on some aspect of Discipleship and then Exposition will continue with some music and prayer. We will begin Benediction around 8:20 p.m. with the intention of people being able to leave by 8:30 p.m. This evening of formation and prayer is one of the ways in which our parish is responding to this Year of Prayer about how to form our parish as an Intentional Community of Missionary Disciples. Please make the effort to join us once a month.

    Budget Weekly Collection: $10,717.00 Actual: Envelopes: $ 6,788.72 E-Giving: $ NA Non-Envelopes: $ 1,293.30 ACH: $ 522.00 Total: $ 8,604.02

    vs. Budget $ -2,112.98 Year to date (+/-) ( ) Candles $ 121.95 Capital Improvement: $ 90.00

    PRAY TO END ABORTION Join our local 40 Days for Life effort for the Spring campaign, which is focused on filling every abortion day with prayer every hour on Wednesdays from early morning through the afternoon beginning March 6 through April 17 during Lent. Chemical abortions are performed on Wednesdays at the Planned Parenthood located in Lansing’s Frandor Shopping Center. Prayer location will be on the grassy area on the West side of Clippert North of Vine Street. There will be a Rosary prayed EVERY HOUR between 7am-5pm and led by a For Life Representative. 3:00 pm Divine Mercy Chaplet followed by the Rosary will be led by a priest or deacon. Would you and your friends be willing to take one hour to pray together as a group? Contact Soraya Nowland at 517-755-6909 or signup4prayer@gmail.com

    LANSING CATHOLIC SINGLES invite all single men and women (mid 30’s&up) to join them March 8 for a Happy Hour at 5:30 pm at Kelly’s Downtown Irish Pub and Restaurant in Lansing. For more information phone (517)321-7886 or email lansingcatholicsingles@gmail.com. Come join us for food, fellowship and fun among friends! New members always welcome.

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    – St. Mary Monthly Memorial & Intentions – Marshall E. Davis Alvarado Family Zipple Family Toffolo Family Robert Hecksel Family Bruce Brennan Family

    Hembree Family Diedrick Family Krasko Family Dobepakacy Family Robert & Gladys Stump Family Joe & Elaine Reynolds Family

    Howard Kane Family Edward Debnar Family Bruce Woodhull Charles & Sharon Dion Sambhajirao & Saroj Pawar Dummer-Salerno Family

    James Pecora Albert & Mildred Debnar Haun Family Ba Me, Thanh Hien Hguyen Poor Souls in Purgatory

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