Parish Weekly Newsletter | Mar 11, 2021

   
 
 
Bulletin - Mar 14, 2020
 
 


Lenten Retreat

Location: at St. Ann Church

 

St. Joseph Novena

 

Hail, Guardian of the Redeemer, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary. To you God entrusted his only Son; in you Mary placed her trust; with you Christ became man. Blessed Joseph, to us too, show yourself a father and guide us in the path of life. Obtain for us grace, mercy and courage, and defend us from every evil. Amen.

Joseph most just - pray for us

Joseph most strong - pray for us

Joseph most faithful - pray for us

 

 

Feedback on Pastoral Plan Draft

Archdiocese of Seattle

 

Last March, the Archdiocese launched an online survey collecting nearly 8,000 responses from Catholics across the region. This Catholic survey was followed by listening sessions in October, centered on the preliminary elements of the mission statement, guiding principles, and a shared vision.  These sessions informed the development of the Pastoral Plan Draft. We invite all Catholics to review the draft below and share feedback in this survey

 

Archdiocese Pastoral Plan Draft for Review

 

 

 

Holy Week Schedule

Holy Thursday (April 1st)

St. Ann (Eng.) 6:00 p.m.; (Viet) 8:00 p.m.

 

Good Friday (April 2nd)

St. Ann (Eng.) 6:00 p.m.; (Viet) 8:00 p.m

 

Easter Vigil (April 3rd)

St. Ann: (Eng). 5:30pm; (Viet) 8:30 p.m.

 

 

Other Information

  • RCIA Schedule
    Saturday Mar 13 @ 430pm: Second Scrutiny at St. Ann church
    Saturday March 27th: RCIA retreat at SJOW from 9-12 noon
    Any questions, please call our Director, LB Gilmer at (928) 446-9045


     
  • Stewardship - Weekly Offering - March 6 & 7
    Envelopes: $6,153 (122 envelopes)
    Online giving: $2,047.28
    Heating: $580
    Thank you for your continued support

 

  • Stations of the cross
    In English: @ 3pm Friday Mar 12
    In Samoan: @ 5pm Friday Mar 12
    In Vietnamese: @ 3:30pm Sunday Mar 14



     
  • Holy Hour 
    Thursday Mar 11
    4pm – 5pm: praying the Rosary and Chaplet of Mercy
    5pm - 6pm: Silent

 

  • Chrism Mass
    Join Archbishop Paul Etienne for Chrism Mass on March 25 @ 3pm
    Livestream @Archdioceseofseattle on Facebook or Vimeo

 

 

Special Message from Archbishop Etienne

 

 

Archbishop Etienne has a special video message on the anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic.
"We know not only the cost and the suffering that's been a part of this past year, but hopefully how we've been able to unite that to the cross of Jesus, and how we've been able to draw from the life of the risen Jesus as our real sustenance and as our real source of hope and strength," the archbishop said.
"As we continue with our own struggles, let's bring them to the Lord who cares, who is with us, who accompanies us. Let's ask him for the grace and the courage to accompany one another now in these days ahead, as we not only rebuild our faith communities and society, as disciples of the Lord, we go forth to build his kingdom."

 

Archdiocese of Seattle Statement
on COVID-19 Vaccines

In accordance with the instruction of the Holy See and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, the use of all current COVID-19 vaccines during this pandemic is morally acceptable. It is not only important for one’s personal health, but it is also our responsibility to care for the common good of the broader community, and getting a vaccine is one way to do so. Whenever you are allowed to get the vaccine, please do so knowing that it is morally acceptable to receive whichever vaccine is being offered.
 

Vatican Resources
The Holy See recently published a resource kit to assist you with COVID-19 vaccine communication. The kit includes materials about the COVID-19 vaccine for varied audiences, relevant quotes from Pope Francis and episcopal conferences, links to useful information, and short messages for websites, parish bulletins, or other media. Please see the toolkit here.

We’re All in Phase 2 
All parishes are in Phase 2. This means that all parishes are at 25% capacity, but are not limited at 200 people. Also important to note is that if your parish has overflow space, it is no longer necessary to require that space to have its own restroom access. One set of restrooms is adequate to serve the church and other overflow space, provided 6 feet of distancing is maintained between each person. Here is a link to most recent faith-based guidance

Updated Liturgy Q&A
As the pandemic continues to unfold, the guidance on public worship, both from the state of Washington and from the Archdiocese of Seattle, has changed with our growing understanding about how COVID-19 is spread. This document is intended to provide an overview of current guidance and quick answers to the most frequently asked questions from parishes about celebrating the liturgy during the pandemic. 




 

Prayer List

Muriel Bate, Martha Borja, Miyoko Fine, Kathleen Genge, Ed Glass, Wayne Haverkorn, Nancy Jones, Jackie Lane, Terry Mathern, Doris McGuire, Wesley McMakin, Helen Murray, Neagle Family, Donald Orris, Bernadette Robinson, Valerie & Jerry Rochefort, Milla Schlatter, Eldon & Marge Weber, Joan & Woody Woodring, Virginia Wooten.

We pray for all servicemen and servicewomen and their families.

We pray for all those around the world suffering from the coronavirus.

If anointing of the sick please call Sr. Anna at 253-592-2455.