Message From the Pastor

Lenten Penance Service, Tuesday, April 8 @ 7 PM

J ust a reminder that we will have a Penance Service with individual Confessions on Tuesday, April 8th at St. Mary’s at 7 PM. We plan to have 10 Confessors. We will do our best to complete the Celebration of the Sacrament of Penance / Reconciliation by 8:00 PM. If you or your family need to leave after you have celebrated the Sacrament, that is clearly understandable. Just make your own thanksgiving for God's grace of forgiveness.

Pope Francis lately has emphasized the Sacrament: "Everyone say to himself: ‘When was the last time I went to confession?’ And if it has been a long time, don't lose another day! Go, the priest will be good. And Jesus, (will be) there, and Jesus is better than the priests – Jesus receives you. He will receive you with so much love! Be courageous, and go to confession," urged the Pope on Feb. 19.

Knights of Columbus News

  • The Mt. Angel Council selected the family of Lance and Jodi Arritola as its "Family of the Month" for March. Congratulations, Arritolas!
  • Please come to our breakfast this Sunday, April 6th. We will also have information about the Knights and a chance to sign up if you are interested in joining.
  • Check our the Knights of Columbus sites websites: www.kofc.org. and for Oregon, www.kofc-or.org.
  • Also, check out www.fathersforgood.org. This is a Knights of Columbus initiative to help make Catholic men better fathers and husbands.

Don’t forget to keep utilizing the resources that we gave out for LENT. Stations of the Cross and Soup Supper, Friday @ 6 PM .

Gratefully, Father Philip Waibel, OSB, Pastor

Liturgical Schedule

Daily Morning Prayer & Mass
at 6:50 am St. Mary
Week-End
Saturday Vigil - 5:30pm
Sunday - 7:30am, 10:00am
Sunday Spanish - 12:30pm

Holy Rosary Mission
Sunday - 10:00 am

Holy Days of Obligation
St. Mary - 7am & 5:30pm (7pm Spanish)
Holy Rosary - 7:00pm

Confessions - 3:30 - 5pm
**View our Holy Week Schedule**

Upcoming Readings

April 20, Easter Sunday

1st Reading - Acts 10:34a, 37-43 (42ABC)
2nd Reading - Colossians 3:1-4
Gospel - John 20:1-9

Virtue First - Living Life Heroically

TOLERANCE: Fair and balanced attitude toward those whose opinions or practice differ from your own.

Romans 16:17 I appeal to you, brothers, to watch out for those who cause divisions and create obstacles contrary to the doctrine that you have been taught; avoid them.

"On her part the Church addresses people with full respect for their freedom. Her mission does not restrict freedom but rather promotes it. The Church proposes; she imposes nothing. She respects individuals and cultures, and she honors the sanctuary of conscience." —Redemptoris Missio, John Paul II

Volunteers Needed

1.Anyone interested in serving at any of the Holy Week Masses please let me know.

2. We are in need of ushers at all the Saturday / Sunday Mass times. All men that have been confirmed are encouraged to serve the parish in this way.

3. If you are a lector and haven’t received your book for this year please pick it up in the parish office or find Meghan Bischoff after Mass.

Contact Meghan Bischoff online or call 503-551-2907