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  • ST. MARY CATHEDRAL LANSING, MICHIGAN

    OLD PALMS Wednesday, March 1, is Ash Wednesday this year. We will be burning old palms to prepare the Ashes for distribution on Ash Wednesday. There will be boxes in the Church to receive your old palms on February 12, February 19, and February 26, in order to give us time to burn the palms and get them prepared for Ash Wednesday. If you have old palms, please bring them on these dates.

    CATHOLIC WOMEN’S CLUB The Catholic Women's Club will host a luncheon Thursday, February 16 at Coral Gables in East Lansing. We begin at 12:30 and the cost is $18.00. All Catholic women of the Lansing Diocese are invited to join us. For further information, please contact Michele at 706-9198.

    FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHT St. Vincent Catholic Charities is proud to partner with the Michigan Catholic Conference for From Darkness to Light: Human Trafficking & Our Response. Human traf- ficking is a growing crime that violates the fundamental rights and the dignity of women, children and men. On Saturday, February 11, attendees of the conference will learn more about the issue of human trafficking, organi- zations that work to combat the crime, and ways they can make an impact in awareness efforts. You can complete the required registration at www.micatholic.org/ fromdarknesstolight/. Contact abennett@micatholic.org or 517-316-3588 with questions.

    RETREAT FOR DIVORCED CATHOLICS February 10-12, 2017 at St. Francis Retreat Center in DeWitt. This warm and uplifting event is less about the daily details of your life–or the devastation of your di- vorce–than it is a special time to draw close to Our Lord. Drawing from the story of the Samaritan woman who en- counters Christ at Jacob’s well, this event recognizes that after divorce people are much more aware of the deep thirst that needs quenching … particularly in all their relationships. Included in the weekend is a fun wel- come and introduction, talks, helpful exercises, small group breakouts, quiet time for reflection, meals, a full- length movie, and more. The Sacrament of Reconcilia- tion will be available. To register, go to www.stfrancis.ws/upcoming-retreats.html

    PRESCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN OPEN HOUSE Thursday, February 23, 2017

    5:30-6:30PM IHM-St. Casimir Catholic School

    3830 Rosemont Ave. Lansing, MI 48910

    Come and see how we tie in hands-on learning, laughter

    and love into a faith-based environment!

    * Zoo themed activities for children 3-5 years of age! * Meet the Preschool and Kindergarten Teachers,

    the Child Care Director and the Principal! * Pizza will be provided

    PARISH MARDI GRAS PARTY Mark your calendars for a non-costume Mardi Gras Party at the Parish Hall, Saturday, February 25 from 6:00- 10:00pm. Adult event 18 years and up. Bring your best hot or cold appetizer or a dessert to accommodate 10-15 servings. Come with your spouse or with a friend or even on your own! We will have a DJ playing all types of music. You can dance or sit and chat and watch others dance. Please plan to attend! No cost but free will do- nations will be taken. Any questions, call Diane Arzberger at 517-402-2880.

    LCHS PROSPECTIVE FAMILY NIGHT Lansing Catholic High School will host its winter Pro- spective Family Night on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. This event is open to prospec- tive families with children of all ages to learn more about what LCHS has to offer. Families will be taken on a school tour led by a LCHS student, attend breakout ses- sions (on curriculum, tuition, college planning, and extra- curricular and athletic activities), and attend a questions and answer session. Registration is not require, but is appreciated for this event. Please contact the admis- sions office at 517-267-2102 or admis- sions@lansingcatholic.org to register.

    2017 POTLUCKS Our Wednesday night potlucks have begun! These gath- erings are held most Wednesdays at 6pm in the parish hall (unless noted in the bulletin). Everyone is invited to attend and feel free to bring a friend or two. We always have a main dish and charge just $2 each to defray the cost. Everyone is asked to bring a dish to pass—home made or store bought—and their own table service, if possible. If you haven’t attended before, why not join us in the near future? Enjoy good food and good company. See you soon. Any questions, contact Mike or Terri Hecksel at 517-482-3196.

  • 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time February 5, 2017

    Monday, February 6 12:05 +Harvey Devereaux & Deceased members of Devereaux Family Tuesday, February 7 8:00 +Mark Krish 12:05 +Assunta Pecora by Sos & Mena Castriciano 5:15 Special Intention Wednesday, February 8 8:00 Holy Souls in Purgatory 12:05 +Frank Krupiarz by Regina Krupiarz Thursday, February 9 8:00 +M.A. Kromenaker & Family 12:05 +Mary Lou Tenbusch by Kathy Saba Friday, February 10 8:00 Special Intentions Saturday, February 11 8:00 Alice & Ed McGowan by Friends in State Government 4:00 Don & Rita Irrer & Family Sunday, February 12 8:30 People of the Parish 11:00 Jacinta Cousineau by Mary Glipin

    ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN The Association of Catholic Women will have their monthly luncheon Saturday, February 11th, 12:00 noon, St. Mary Parish Center, Elizabeth Seton Room, 219 Seymour Avenue, Lansing. The speaker will be Suzy Khoury from the Attorney General's Office. Topic - Identity Theft. The cost of the meal is $12.00. Please contact Jeanette @ 627-5370 before Monday, February 6th if interested in attending.

    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: As you begin this New Year, you may be giving some thought to volunteering. The parish is always in need of volunteers in many capacities. We are in need of addi- tional Eucharistic Ministers and Lectors (you are coming to church anyway). We can always use help serving/ preparing funeral luncheons, and we can always use ad- ditional Mass servers. Training will be provided. If you can help us out, please call Sr. Joan (484-5331). Your help is appreciated.

    OUR WEEKLY COLLECTIONS Weekend of 1/29

    Envelopes $7,523.00

    E-Giving $682.00

    Non Envelopes $1,257.22

    Candle $190.89

    Youth $3.00

    Total $9,656.11

    Capital Improvements $120.00

    February 12, 2017 +6th Sunday in Ordinary Time+

    Sirach 15: 15-20

    Corinthians 2: 6-10

    Matthew 5: 17-37

    The Sanctuary candle burns this week in church

    In Honor of Patrick Stump

    DIOCESAN MEN’S CONFERENCE Bp. Boyea invites all men in the diocese to prayerfully consider attending “The Man Event– 2017 Diocese of Lansing Men’s Conference” on February 25, 2017, 10am -3pm at Our Lady of Fatima Church, Michigan Center. This will be a great opportunity to reflect and prepare for Easter. The featured speaker is Dr. James Keating– re- nowned Catholic author and inspiring speaker on men’s issues. Music by Brian Flynn and band. Opportunities for the Sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharistic Ado- ration will also be available throughout the day. The con- ference will conclude with Mass, celebrated by Bp. Boyea. Open to all men 12 yrs old and above. Please invite your sons and neighbors. A pig roast lunch is in- cluded. Register at: theMANevent.org

    2017 WEDDING ANNIVERY CELEBRATIONS LAST CHANCE! For all parish couples who have cele- brated their Sacrament of Marriage in 1992 (25 yrs.), 1987 (30 yrs.), 1982 (35 yrs.), 1977 (40yrs.), 1972 (45 yrs.), 1967 (50 yrs.), 1962 (55 yrs.), 1957 (60 yrs.), or before all those years… you are invited to be a part of our annual Celebration of Wedding Anniversaries on Sunday, February 12th at the 11:00am Mass. You are also invited to a champagne brunch in the Parish Hall immediately following. Register by calling the office at 484-5331, before 4pm on Monday, February 6.

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