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ST. MARY CATHEDRAL LANSING, MICHIGAN 3/18/2018 ¢  Michigan Ave, Lansing, MI 48912) Reception : A simple
ST. MARY CATHEDRAL LANSING, MICHIGAN 3/18/2018 ¢  Michigan Ave, Lansing, MI 48912) Reception : A simple
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  • ST. MARY CATHEDRAL LANSING, MICHIGAN

    LANSING CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Shadow Students Is your student thinking about attending Lansing Catholic High School? Middle school or potential transfer stu- dents interested in finding out what it's like to be a Lan- sing Catholic High School student are welcome to shad- ow a current student for a school day. Parents should contact the admissions office at 517-267-2102 or admis- sions@lansingcatholic.org to arrange a shadow day for their student. Hosting International Students Host families are needed for international students who will attend Lansing Catholic High School for the 2018-19 school year. Families who host international students are also provided with a monthly stipend. If you are in- terested in hosting, please contact Lorrie Schartow at lshartow@flag-intl.org or 5174-303-9671.

    KofC PANCAKE BREAKFAST Join us after the 8:30 and 111am Masses for a pancake breakfast, TODAY, March 18, 2018.

    is saving me? Do I understand the gift I have been given? How am I willing to respond? Each of these elements can be cultivated in a single day. We have two weeks until Easter. Let us pray for each other and help each other to finish Lent well. You are in my prayers. Fr. Karl Pung

    Pray for Ireland As we are making patient strides towards ending abor- tion in our country, those same ideals are under attack in other places. Ireland will be having a referendum in May which if approved by the people, would remove the prohibition on abortion. Please keep the country in your prayers that they will not head backward into the darkness of legalized abortion. Let us send our prayers to their country and its leaders that their minds might be opened to the light of the Gospel and the value of all life. Thank you Thank you to all of our volunteers who helped to clean our pews and furniture in the Church on Wednesday. The slow dulling of dirt is tough to notice until it has been wiped away with care and a little soap and polish. It looks much nicer. I love being able to work with people who enjoy being proud of their church building. (…and their parish.) This week we will be cleaning the carpets, and strip- ping and waxing the sanctuary. By Sunday, we should be in good shape for Holy Week. Wednesday Adoration There will be no Wednesday Adoration this week. We are undecided on Wednesday of Holy week. Check back here next week. Finishing Lent Well No matter how your Lent has gone so far, finishing Lent well is not only possible, but important. In gen- eral, I hold to the habit that how we end one thing in- fluences how we begin the next. If I end a day well, I tend to begin the next day well. If I end one thing with a bad attitude, etc, without some kind of intervention, I will tend to begin the next thing in a similar vein. End- ing Lent well, will help to begin the Easter Season on the right note with the right attitude. What does ending Lent well look like? The first ele- ment is to be without guilt. Go to Confession. Do not beat yourself up for your failures. Let go of venge- ance. Free your heart to move forward. The second is to have an attitude that it is not all about me. Am I looking to the needs of people other than myself? Do I live, act, and pray as if the universe revolves around the desires of God and not mine? Third is to have a sense of the gift of salvation through Jesus Christ. Do I know from what I have been saved? Do I know who

    REGIONAL PENANCE SERVICE TODAY, March 18 at 2pm, both St. Gerard parish in Lansing and St. Thomas Aquinas parish in East Lansing, will host a Regional Penance Service. Many priests of our Diocese will be available at either location for individual confessions. Confessions are also heard here on Saturdays from 2-3:30pm and most Thursdays beginning at 11:30am. Contact the office for weekly updates.

    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. Please join us.

  • 5th SUNDAY OF LENT March 18, 2018

    Monday, March 19 12:05 +Marge & Norm Platte by Mary Lou & Tom Lehman Tuesday, March 20 8:00 +M.A. Kromenaker & Family 12:05 +Teresa Costigan by Tom & Eileen Costigan 5:15 +Mary McClorey by Droste Family Wednesday, March 21 8:00 Holy Souls in Purgatory 12:05 +Carol Whitenight by Family Thursday, March 22 8:00 +Fr. Bennett Constantine 12:05 +Irene Hundt by Hilda Deschryver Friday, March 23 12:05 +Pete Baker by Britt Family Saturday, March 24 8:00 +Dolores Long 4:00 Ann Alexander & Bruce Alexander by Family Sunday, March 25 8:30 People of the Parish 11:00 Jake Swailes by Betty Jaehnig

    March 25, 2018 +Palm Sunday of Lent+

    Mark 11: 1-10

    Isaiah 50: 4-7

    Philippians 2: 6-11

    Mark 14: 1—15: 47

    The Sanctuary candle burns this week in church

    In Memory of Teresa Costigan

    FAMILIES OF MISCARRIAGE AND CHILD LOSS The Mass for Families of Miscarriage and Child Loss with Bishop Earl Boyea welcomes families and friends who have experienced the tragedy of miscarriage or the loss of a child.

    Date: TODAY, March 18, 2018 Mass Time: 1:00 pm, celebrated by Bishop Boyea

    Where: Church of the Resurrection, Lansing (1514 E Michigan Ave, Lansing, MI 48912)

    Reception: A simple punch reception with Bishop Boyea to immediately follow after Mass

    Any family and their friends who are grieving miscar- riage, abortion, or the death of a child are welcome to attend; their loss could be a recent one or could have

    occurred a long time ago. There is no registration for this event. Questions. Please contact the Office of Marriage and Family Life at 517.342.2440.

    PALM PREPARATION On Friday morning, March 23, we will be pre- paring and trimming the Palms for Palm Sun- day, March 24-25. We could use the helping hands of several people with the project. If you are able to help on March 23, at 9:15am, in the parish hall, call Sr. Joan 484-5331 or see her in the Sacristy after Mass on weekends.

    Please bring a pair of scissors with you. Thanks for your help.

    OUR WEEKLY COLLECTIONS Weekends of 3/11

    Envelopes $6,077.93

    E-Giving $532.00

    Non Envelopes $1,180.25

    Candle $406.98

    Youth $9.25

    Total $8,206.41

    Capital Improvements $347.00

    MASS INTENTIONS What a wonderful gift it is to request a Mass for a living or deceased loved one! Stop by the office or call to schedule a Mass or two. The book is open for all of 2018.

    A CELEBRATION OF DIVINE MERCY ...was requested by Jesus through St. Faustina, Jesus said to St. Faustina: "I desire that the Feast of Mercy be a refuge and shelter for all souls, and especially for poor sinners. On that day the very depths of My tender mercy are open. I pour out a whole ocean of graces upon those souls who approach the fount of My mercy." Begin by praying the Divine Mercy novena on Good Friday and ending on the Sunday after Easter. The 2018 annual Feast of Divine Mercy celebration will be held at St. Therese Parish, Lansing on April 8th the Sunday following Easter, at 2:30 PM. There will be Eucharistic exposition and individual confessions available.

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    Mon. - Thurs. 11 am - 10 pm • Fri. & Sat. 11 am - 10:30 pm

    2006 W WILLOW 487-6087

    MARK M. JOHNSTON, DDS Parishioner

    1850 W Mt. Hope - Suite 1 482-4623

    New Patients Always Welcome www.mmjdds.com

    The ONE store for your perfect floor

    1201 E. Saginaw St.

    www.maloneycarpetone.com 482-1455

    Electrical Service

    FDHayes.com

    517-482-0608

    Generac Standby Generators “PowerPro Elite” Dealer

    485-9466

    428 N Cedar (1 Block N of Lugnut’s Stadium)

    IN BUSINESS FOR 47 YEARS Come and see what we’re all about

    LANSING 482-1651

    Locally Owned Lance Lynch - Parishioner

    MID-MICHIGAN’S FINEST

    HOLT/DELHI 694-2631

    OF LANSING

    - Water Conditioning - Water Coolers - Bottled Water

    Sales - Rentals - Service

    3460 Dunckel Rd.

    393-1900

    better water. pure and simple.™

    Building & Structure Preservation & Restoration Service

    525 Filley • 517- 482-1625 BORNOR RESTORATION, INC

    Commercial — Industrial — Historic

    737 N. Grand • Lansing

    820 Charlevoix Dr. • Grand Ledge

    Lansing’s Professional Pharmacy

    482-0882

    622-4000 Tom Eifert - Parishioner

    HEATING  COOLING PLUMBING

    484-9944

    Same Day Service

    www.theifert.com

    GORSLINE RUNCIMAN FUNERAL HOMES

    GRFuneralHomes.com

    DEWITT 517-669-6465 517-337-9745

    EAST LANSING 517-482-1533

    LANSING MASON 517-676-2447

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    3888 South Canal Road lanSing

    INDUSTRIAL • MUNICIPAL • CHURCHES parking lots, roads & repairs

    hot mix asphalt available year around award winning, michigan owned and operated

    FULL SERVICE ASPHALT PAVING & MANUFACTURING FACILITY

    www.SupeRioRaSphalt.Com SERVICE BEYOND THE SURFACE

    3232 W SAGINAW 321-2211

    Kevin C. Schaible Paul Tate - Area Manager

    – St. Mary Monthly Memorial & Intentions – Marshall E. Davis Family Zipple Family Alvarado Family Joseph H. White Joe & Eliane Reynolds Family Bru

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