ATTENTION PARENTS OF RELIGIOUS ED. STUDENTS:
The mid-year reports are done and are on their way home by way of your
children’s catechists or place in the box marked “Mid-Year Reports” in the Great
Room next to the monitor’s desk!
Sunday, February 5
FIRST SATURDAY MASS
Today we are confronted with the reality that we, too, are Salt and Light. Yes, each one
of us is salt and light because Christ tells us so. What does this mean when we are
called salt and light?
SUPER SUNDAY –
Religious Education/RCIA Classes –
to produce longevity of food stock. The Gospel
passage of Matthew 5: 13 –
the Sermon on the Mount where we were instructed
by Christ the Teacher –
learned last week that we are students of Christ and
5:30p.m. St. Elizabeth
Confirmation Prep. -
Please make plans to join Bishop W. Francis Malooly at St. Thomas More
Academy on March 11, 2017 for Catechetical Day. John Collins, William H.
Sadlier’s National Speaking Consultant, is the
Catechists who are interested in attending
form and return it to Maureen Duggan-Cassidy in the
as soon as possible.
Ministry Gathering –
Tuesday, February 7
FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
should print and fill out the registration
Wednesday, February 8
The People of the Parish
very personal and makes us responsible for an
outcome that allows others to see perfected humanity
in us –
one of us.
Youth Ministry Team Meeting –
Julianne “Judy” McCauley Irwin
Thursday, February 9
are minimal at best and often it is that type of person who will be like the salt that loses
its flavor and does not continue to let Christ be known in and through their own life
24), Jacklyn Do
(2-26), Brianna Dickerson
27), John Walton (2-27), Donald Kempel
(2-24), Charles Johnson
9:00a.m. FLC Chapel
Friday, February 10
(2-27), Jeanne Dombroski
(2-27), Allyson Hlasney
Wednesday, February 8
Saturday, February 11
VIVA LAS VEGAS! ~ Valentine Dinner for Married & Engaged Couples
kept burning brightly throughout our entire lives. After all, we are children of the light
and not of darkness. All
we are mirroring Christ’s attitude to do the will of the Father here on earth so we may be
an acceptable sacrifice and made worthy of an entrance into heaven as was the Son of
God, Jesus Christ. Our behavior
5:30p.m. Mass at ST. BENEDICT CHURCH
Intentions of Michael Dunn
Desserts, Drinks, Fun!!!
Sunday, February 12
Brianna Nicole Freeman
Tickets will be on sale after all masses this weekend or you may contact the
Parish Office to reserve a ticket.
own lives? I see this all
personal relationship with Christ and when they receive the sacraments they fade into
the world as if by magic
do and say in the world; the light is now hidden and the salt is now without flavor. This
to me is a very sad reality.
Knights of Columbus Hospitality –
The Parish & Family Life Committee will be available
after all masses next weekend to display some new
parish Spirit Wear! Short-sleeved
emblazoned with our parish logo and name
available for order. A variety of size options are
REMEMBERING IN PRAYER THIS WEEK…
as well as polo shirts
5:30p.m. St. Elizabeth
around each week. Our FAITH IS ALIVE. The reality of Christ within each one of us is
about freely, to be seen and tasted through you –
Christ in today’s world. A tomb that is found empty because Jesus Lives
salt and light are being experienced by others; you are part of that plan because you are
handing on what has been preserved through the generations (the Catholic faith).
the Risen Christ to be known when others encounter you –
in you but alive.
Fr. Larry Kozak
a temple of the Holy Spirit, a bearer of
SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
sizes of all styles). Be sure to stop and take a look at
the samples and order
the members of your family.
Mike & Marie Smithmyer
let them see Christ not dead
Deceased Members of the
Country/Western theme and will be held on Saturday, May 20th.
It is sure to be another fun and exciting evening! We always
receive a lot of great donations of gift certificates, items and theme
baskets from our parishioners. We will start collecting
in the coming months.
may see we are individually part of the collective SALT and LIGHT and that we will
maintain our flavor and brightness for God who has come to save us.
TABERNACLE LIGHT INTENTIONS
Keep an eye on future bulletins for details.
All are welcome to attend a Town Hall Meeting
sponsored by the SS. Peter and Paul School
Advisory Board on Wednesday, February 8,
2017, 6:30pm in the School Gymnasium on 900
High Street Easton Maryland. Please join us for
an update on our Elementary School and High
School, meet our School Advisory Board
Members and hear the exciting plans and
progress towards our new High School.
Questions may be submitted in advance to
at 6:30p.m. in the Resource Room of the Family Life Center.
SE Church: ________________________
FLC Chapel: _______________________
interested in helping out with the event or just learning more you are encouraged
to attend. We are specifically in need of a volunteer to assist with data entry for
our auction items and 6-8 young adult volunteers (age 21 or older) to assist with
serving drinks at the event. Contact event chair, Tom Lough, at 410-754-7199 for
STEWARDSHIP BACK TO THE LORD
When: Thursday, February 16th
Time: 5:30-7 pm
Price: $20 per ticket * Ticket
and special shopping hours at Saint Martin’s Thrift shop during the event.
Online Giving via ParishPay
The Youth Ministry will have their Super Sunday gathering this Sunday,
we’d love to see you there!
Don’t miss this fun event to support Saint Martin’s Food Pantry
join him as we come together for the eighth annual Pilgrimage on Saturday,
April 8, 2017. Young people from across the diocese will carry the diocesan
pilgrimage cross through the streets of Wilmington with the bishop as a
representation of Jesus’ entry to Jerusalem and his journey on Good Friday to
Calvary. The day begin at St. Elizabeth Parish
with opening prayer and a concert featuring Cooper Ray at 10:30 am. We
conclude with the 5pm Mass at St. Elizabeth, Wilmington. Don’t miss this great
opportunity to wrap up your Lenten journey with hundreds of your peers. Cost for
the day is $15 per person or $45 max per family (bring your own lunch).
from the parish, Resisting Happiness?
there someone else you know –
member, friend or neighbor –
might benefit from reading the book, too? If so,
feel free to stop by the Parish Office and pick up
another copy or two to share. We have some
Ss. Peter and Paul Elementary School Cafeteria, 900 High St., Easton, MD
whom you think
p.m.: Annulment Information Night
If you use offertory envelopes and would like
to receive a statement of your 2016
contributions for tax purposes, please
contact Marie Freeman to request a copy:
Presented by Father Mark Mealey, O.S.F.S., diocesan Judicial Vicar. Information on the
new norms, the annulment
be presented. There is no cost, however, please call the Tribunal at
leave a voicemail to reserve a space to ensure enough materials are available.
Registration deadline is April 2, 2017.