Please keep in your prayers our brothers and sisters who are sick.
Denise Tibbet as she undergoes medical tests
Phoebe Corey, daughter of Janet and John Corey, for upcoming surgery January 17.
Paul Amyot, who is undergoing heart surgery in January.
If you want to request prayers for someone in need, please e-mail Fr. Daniel Greenleaf. It is important that we get the approval from these individuals first in order to protect their privacy.
We are all called to be disciples of Jesus. What does that mean? How are we doing as individuals, and how can our parish strengthen its commitement to discipleship?
The first step is always to learn where we are now, so that we can then decide where we want to be and plan how to get there.
Deacon Dennis Popadak explains how we will accomplish that first step:
I am excited to share with you that our parish has been selected to participate in a survey to identify how we are growing spiritually as individuals and the ways in which our parish community supports that growth. The survey will be available on-line and in printed form from February 6 to March 6. 10-15 minutes of your time will • Allow each of us to reflect on our spiritual growth and discipleship. • Identify the ways in which the parish effectively supports that growth. • Look at opportunities to support that growth more in the future • Create goals and action plans to achieve that growth It is important that as many as possible respond to this survey. Our goal is to ensure that we hear all voices. Watch for a letter with more information about the survey and instructions about how to find and complete it. This survey offers us a unique and important opportunity to learn about issues of importance to families in a confidential and professional way. We very much appreciate your enthusiastic support for this survey. Thanks for the encouragement that you will provide.
Sunday, January 22, 2017
Holy Martyrs Church, Falmouth 1:00 - 5:00 pm
1:00 pm Pro-Life Rosary
2:00 pm Stations of the Cross
3:00 pm Divine Mercy Chaplet
4:00 pm Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament followed by the 5:30 Mass
God made each of us in his own image and likeness. He desires to be united with us forever in a loving relationship. God loves us, treats us with respect, and asks us to do the same to others. Every person is sacred and must be treated with the dignity they deserve. No one should ever be treated callously or carelessly - everyone should be cherished and protected! (Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan)
Due to the increase in colds and flu during the winter season, our parish will follow the established protocol of the Diocese by suspending distribution of the Precious Blood during Communion.
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