FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST

17 07 2022

 

JULY 10, 2022

Saturday, July 9

                     4:00 PM ✞Albert Ferkel – the Benjamin Evans Family

        Sunday, July 10 FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST

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

Saturday, July 16

4:00 PM ✞Donald Magill – Anna Magill

Sunday, July 17 SIXTH SUNDAY AFTERPENTECOST

FATHERS OF THE SIX ECUMENICAL COUNCILS

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

God’s Plan

If we could see beyond today and know what lies ahead
We would clasp the hand of Christ and ask forgiveness for the life we led

If we could see beyond tomorrow we would hold to Him to ease our sorrows
If we could go back to the yesteryears we would dry the sin caused tears

Praise God, we have no need to see the future or relive the past
We have the promise of our Savior His Love will forever last

His death on Calvary’s tree has promised Eternity for you and me
His resurrection from the grave to us Eternal Life He gave

Thank you dear Savior and Lord unworthy as we are
You have paid the price for us our sins have been taken afar

SANCTUARY LIGHT:  The Sanctuary light is requested to burn this week 

July 9 – 16 by Rose Marie Kachinko in memory of Ronald Kachinko.

CEMETERY;  Our thank to Joan Baury’s for her donation to the Cemetery Care. The offering is greatly appreciated.

REMINDER: Please keep in mind the Women’s Society will be sponsoring the annual Rummage Sale in October. If you have any items, suitable for resale, please bring them to the church or call one of the members for assistance. A Basket Raffle will be conducted in this project plus a Bake Sale and Soup Sale. Your donations to this affair will be greatly appreciated. 

CHICKEN DINNER: Saints Peter & Paul Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church will hold a Chicken Dinner as their Why Cook Wednesday Dinner for July.  The dinner will be on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 in their school hall on the corner of North River and West Chestnut Streets, near the General Hospital Parkade in Wilkes-Barre.  This dinner will be Take-Out Only and Pre-Orders are strongly encouraged.  Dinners will be $15 and will include; a brined and roasted half-chicken, baked potato, corn, macaroni salad, roll and dessert.  Place your order by calling the School Hall Kitchen (570) 829-3051.  Pick-Ups will be from 4:00 to 7:00pm.  Tickets will also be sold for a Basket Raffle.  Remember…When Baba Cooks, Everybody’s Happy!

Fr. Walter will be away on retreat this week, Monday through Friday.  If you have an emergency and need a priest please call Fr. Roman Petryshak at (570) 752-3172.

PLYMOUTH HISTORICAL SOC.: The Plymouth Historical Society is celebrating their thirty-sixth year with an Open House on Sunday, September 18, 2022, from 2-5 pm at Historical Society on Gaylord Avenue. The Program will consist of skits performed by PHS Board Members and friends, telling tales of Old Time Plymouth; A hilarious afternoon of local memories. The program is free and everyone is welcome! Free refreshments follow the program.


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