This Week’s Sunday Gospel Reflection
Readings available at www.usccb.org/readings
Contemplation from Lectio Divina
What conversion of mind, heart, and life is the Lord asking of me?
He approached, grasped her hand, and helped her up.
How can I help to lift others up? Who in my life is in need of support?
He left and went off to a deserted place, where he prayed.
What things distract me from prayer? How can I quiet or remove those distractions?
For this purpose have I come.
To what purpose is God calling me? How can I discern my life’s purpose?
Sign Up for Mass February 6 & 7
We encourage you to pre-register to save time when you check in at Mass, as well as to help us gauge attendance. Pre-registering is not required, however. Kindly sign up for Mass by 3:00 PM on Saturday, February 7. Here’s how:
- Click here and then click the “Sign Up” button of the Mass you’d like to attend.
- Select the number of people in your household who will be attending from the drop-down menu.
- If you’re already in the Flocknotes database, the system will recognize you when you click the sign-up button. If not, enter a contact name and email or phone number if prompted.
- Click Submit and close the sign-up window/tab.
- You’ll receive an email confirmation after your sign up is complete. The confirmation email gives you the ability to modify or cancel your registration after you’ve signed up.
Casserole & Food Pantry Drop-Off This Sunday, February 7, 8:30-11:30 AM
The drop off for both St. Elizabeth of Hungary Food Pantry and Our Daily Bread Casseroles is this Sunday, February 7. Volunteers will be in front of the parish office from 8:30-11:30 AM.
Disposable casserole pans and copies of the recipe are available in the green bin in front of the parish office. The recipe may also be downloaded here. Thank you for your continued generosity to help feed those in need!
Haiti Poor Box/Collection Next Weekend
The weekend of February 13-14, the second collection, as well as proceeds from the Poor Box, will be donated to aid our sister parish in Haiti. If you won’t be attending Mass, Haiti donations may also be dropped off or mailed to the parish office.
Be sure to read the Winter edition of “Haiti News,” available in the bulletin here.
Your continued generosity to our brothers and sisters who are so much in need is deeply appreciated.
Ash Wednesday – February 17
Make Your Marriage “Fireproof!”
Looking for something to do with your loved one for VALENTINE’S DAY?
Watch the movie “Fireproof” on your own in advance, then join us on ZOOM on Saturday, February 13, 2021 at 7 PM to discuss how to make your marriage “Fireproof.” Sign up here: https://sjehydes.flocknote.com/signup/38127.
Q & A Session: “Annulment: Fact & Fiction”
Sign up for info session at: https://sjehydes.flocknote.com/signup/35257
Pilgrimage to Greece & Turkey – Info Meeting on February 8, 6 PM
Sign up for the Zoom meeting at: https://collette.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEvdeuhqjMtE9LClbnMgMxgdo-Wkfa9xOs2
Make This Lent About What You Do, Not What You Don’t Do!
Have you ever wished you had more time to think about the more important things in life? Why not make that time during this Lent? Why not join one of the small groups of 8 to 10 people in our parish who will meet once a week for six weeks starting the week of Ash Wednesday?
When we gather, we will read Scripture, pray, and share our faith. This experience will provide more than you can imagine; it could make this the most memorable Lent in your life.
Sign up by Friday, February 12 for a small group – there are multiple days and times to choose from. Sign up here: https://sjehydes.flocknote.com/signup/37196
For more information or questions, contact Colleen Sisolak at 410-592-6206, ext. 108 or firstname.lastname@example.org.