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  • ST. MARY CATHEDRAL LANSING, MICHIGAN

    LANSING AREA CATHOLIC COUNCIL ON AGING The Spring Day of Reflection is coming in April. Speaker will be Fr. David Rosenberg. Look to upcoming bulletins; more information to follow.

    LANSING CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL NEWS ENROLLMENT Lansing Catholic High School is now accepting applica- tions for the 2017-2018 school year. Applications, tuition worksheets, and financial aid forms are available on the school’s website: www.lansingcatholic.org. Families who would like more information should contact the admis- sions office at 517-267-2102 or admis- sions@lansingcatholic.org or tuition office at 517-267- 2107 or tuition@lansingcatholic.org. 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. Families who would like more information should contact the admis- sions office at 517-267-2102 or admis- sions@lansingcatholic.org. HOSTING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Host families are needed for international students who will attend Lansing Catholic High School for the 2017- 2018 school year. Families who host international stu- dents are also provided with a monthly stipend. If you are interested in hosting, please contact Lorrie Schartow at lschartow@flag-intl.org or 517-303-9671.

    ~Fr. B

    NEW CATHEDRAL RECTOR NAMED As was announced at all the Masses last weekend, Bishop Boyea has appointed Fr. Karl Pung as the next Rector of the Cathedral. The appointment is to take place on Wednesday, June 28, 2017. Fr. Pung is currently serving as the Pastor of St. Patrick Parish, Brighton, MI. More information on the transition will be included in future bulletins.

    SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT The word “behold” is used twice in today’s Gospel ac- count of the Transfiguration of Jesus on Mt. Tabor. This scene is recounted every Lenten season on the Second Sun- day. Sr. Mary McGlone in her article for Preaching Resources believes the word means more than “Look!” or the more current expression, “OMG!” She believes it’s more like, “Take a very good look, and then look again, because there is more here than you can grasp.” I didn’t read more of her article but remembered another resource and so I went there to look up another’s descrip- tion of this epiphany/revelation event. This is what I found that made me appreciate “Behold!” “The transfiguration scene serves as ‘a twin of sorts’ to the execution narrative in Mt. 27:32-54. Davies and Allison beautifully note the parallels. ‘In the one, a private epipha- ny, an exalted Jesus, with garments glistening, stands on a high mountain and is flanked by two religious giants from the past. All is light. In the other, a public spectacle, a hu- miliated Jesus, whose clothes have been torn from him and divided, is lifted upon a cross and flanked by two common criminals. All is darkness. We have here a pictorial anti- thetical parallelism, a diptych in which the two plates have similar lines but different colors.’ The parallel scenes high- light the horror of Good Friday and the splendor of Jesus’ love for us. It is no ordinary man that will be crucified on Calvary, but the beloved Son of God revealed in glory at the transfiguration. This same glorified Son will freely sub- mit himself to utter humiliation in order to redeem the hu- man family.” (Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture: The Gospel of Matthew by Curtis Mitch and Edward Sri, pp 218-219.)

    Behold! Indeed. Take a very good look, then look again, because there is more here than you can grasp.

    BLACK AND INDIAN MISSION COLLECTION Thank you to everyone who participated in the 134th an- nual Black and Indian Mission Collection last weekend. Your prayerful support enables people to come to know Jesus Christ in African American, Native American, and Alaska Native communities all over the U.S.A. Spreading the Gospel couldn’t happen without your support. If you just discovered the special envelope in your bi- monthly packet, it’s not too late to make your gift to this worthwhile annual appeal.

    LENTEN SCHEDULE FOR CONFESSION The annual Regional Communal Penance Services are both scheduled for Sunday, March 26, at 2:00 pm, at St. Gerard on West Willow Hwy., and at St. Thomas Aqui- nas on Alton Rd., East Lansing. In addition to that communal celebration, individual con- fessions are heard each Saturday afternoon from 2:00 – 3:30 pm here at the Cathedral. Also, barring a funeral, confessions are heard MOST Thursdays from 11:30 am until all are heard.

    CATHOLIC WOMEN’S CLUB The Catholic Women's Club will host a luncheon Thursday, March 16 at Tony M's in Lansing. We begin at 12:30 and the cost is $18.00. All Catholic women of the Lansing Diocese are invited to join us. To make a reservation, or for further information, please contact Michele at 706-9198.

  • 2nd SUNDAY IN LENT March 12, 2017

    Monday, March 13 12:05 +Charles Hyde Tuesday, March 14 8:00 +Lindsey Sherick by Alfreda Schmidt 12:05 +Marie Van Ryckeghem by Diane Arzberger 5:15 +Charles Saba by Kathy Saba Wednesday, March 15 8:00 +Kathleen Dahl 12:05 +Mary Lou Tenbusch Thursday, March 16 8:00 Memorial Mass Association 12:05 +Jolynn Nelson by Ann Berardo Friday, March 17 12:05 Holy Souls in Purgatory Saturday, March 18 8:00 +Richard Fata by Marie Fata 4:00 +Anna & Sylvio DeLuca by Ann Stump Sunday, March 19 8:30 People of the Parish 11:00 Theresa LeBlanc by Mom & Dad

    HOLY SPIRIT ORATORY The Holy Spirit Oratory Eucharistic Adoration Chapel is an intimate prayer chapel that has been in existence for 17 years. It is open 24/7 and is conveniently located at 3815 South Cedar Street, North of Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. This is the perfect place to enter into the Holy Presence of Jesus as he is exposed in the Blessed Sacrament for your adoration. Please, take some time out of your busy day and come and experience Him radiating His love upon you. He patiently waits for your visit. We are in need of individuals who are willing to commit to one hour of adoration each week. Please contact Jack Chan at (517) 668-8113 if you are interested.

    MASS FOR MISCARRIAGE AND CHILD LOSS Who: Any family who has experienced the tragedy of miscarriage or the loss of a child are welcome to attend. Date: March 26, 2017 Time: 2:00 p.m. Mass celebrated by Bishop Boyea Reception: A simple punch reception with Bishop Boyea immediately after Mass. Place: St. Patrick's Church - Brighton (711 Rickett Road, Brighton, MI 48116)

    SAVE THE DATE The Parish Picnic is scheduled for Sunday, August 20 from 4-9pm, at Grand Woods Park large pavilion. Mark your calendars, more details to come.

    OUR WEEKLY COLLECTIONS Weekend of 3/05

    Envelopes $

    E-Giving $682.00

    Non Envelopes $

    Candle $

    Youth $

    Total $

    Capital Improvements $

    March 19, 2017 +3rd Sunday of Lent+

    Exodus 17: 3-7

    Romans 5: 1-2, 5-8

    John 4: 5-42

    PANCAKE BREAKFAST The Knights of Columbus will be hosting a pancake breakfast next Sunday, March 19, following both the 8:30 and 11:00 Masses. The cost is by donation.

    The Sanctuary candle burns this week in church

    In Honor of Stump Family

    LIVE 4 LIFE - A FUNDRAISER A St. Patrick's themed event sponsored by Lansing area Catholic Homeschoolers For Life will be held on Satur- day, March 18th at 6:30-8:30 PM. In the Cathedral Par- ish Hall. An evening of entertainment by local high school students. Free admission and refreshments. Fea- turing a silent auction. 25% of proceeds go to Shared Pregnancy Women's Center. For more information call Julie at 517-272-9639.

    As we celebrate the Second Sunday of Lent, consider how you give of yourself.

    Visit www.stvcc.org or call 517-323-4734 and ask about a Journey of Hope to learn more about how you can

    help your local Catholic charity.

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