SUNDAY OF THE PRODIGAL SON FEBRUARY 5, 2012

9 02 2012

Saturday, Feb. 4

4:00 PM              John & Anna Rudeski – Daughter Ann Marie Onderko

 

Sunday, Feb. 5               SUNDAY OF THE PRODIGAL SON

            8:30 AM           God’s Blessings and Good Health for all Parishioners

Tuesday, Feb. 7

9:00 AM             Leonard Lotrick – Wife Catherine Lotrick

 

Friday, Feb. 10

9:00 AM             Elaine Makowski – Eileen Miels

               

Saturday, Feb. 11

4:00 PM    Frances Bencho – John & Jule Molecavage

 

Sunday, Feb. 12               SUNDAY OF Meatfare

             8:30 AM              God’s Blessings and Good Health for all Parishioners

 

SANCTUARY LIGHT: The Sanctuary Light is requested to burn the week of

Feb. 4 – 11by George Pryslak & Family in memory of Mary T. Pryslak.

ALTAR CANDLES: The Altar Candles will burn for all the Church Services for the month of February in memory of Fred & Olga Uhas requested by Michaelene Ostrum

 

Myasopusna 2012:  Holy Transfiguration Church is pleased to announce that dinner tickets are now available for their Annual Myasopusna Festival, held at the church’s banquet hall, 240 Center Street, Nanticoke, on Sunday, February 12, from noon to 4 pm.  The Myasopusna (Meatfare) Festival is the parish’s pre-lenten celebration, preceding the Great Fast.  Dinner (a platter of holuptsi, kobasi, ham, pyrohy, borscht, black bread and butter, and a homemade dessert) will be served from 12:30 to 2:00 pm, followed by live Ukrainian music and dance performances by Kazka, Holy Year Choir, and Saint Mary’s Ukrainian Dancers.  A variety of Ukrainian crafts will be on display and for sale.  Dinner tickets are $13 ($10 if purchased by February 5) and can be purchased by calling Helen (735-4654) or Geri (824-3880).

 

Special LUC MeetingNorth Anthracite Council – League of Ukrainian Catholics will meet from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM this Sunday, February 5, 2012 at SS. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church, 20 Nottingham Street, Plymouth, PA. This is a specially called session of importance to all Council members and will end early enough for participants to be able to enjoy the Super Bowl that evening.

ROAST PORK & KAPUSTA DINNER  Fr. Paul Wolensky and the Parishioners of St. Vladimir Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Scranton PA, cordially invite you to join them for the observance of Meatfare Sunday at their annual Pre-Lenten ROAST PORK & KAPUSTA FAMILY DINNER on Sunday, February 12, 2012, at 1:00 pm at St. Vladimir Parish Center, 428 North Seventh Avenue, between West Lackawanna Avenue and West Linden Street. Adults $15.00; Students age 6-12 $7.50; age 5 and under free.  Advance reservations required:  Kathleen Izak at 346-2414 (please do not call the church).  takeout’s: pick up between 11:30 am and 12:30 pm. Menu: Slow roasted pork loin, homemade pan gravy, Ukrainian kapusta (cabbage), real mashed potatoes, hot vegetables, applesauce, rolls, butter, dessert, coffee, tea, beverages.

 

BLESSED CANDLES: The Blessing of Candles was celebrated on Thursday. The Candles are available for you to use in your homes for the donation price listed. All should have one of the Blessed Candles to burn during storms, holidays, etc.


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