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Vacation Bible School: July 18 - 22 Adults who enjoy acting and using props and skits are needed. See bulletin.
Fall FF Registration News: Please Note: DEADLINE IS JUNE 15th!
eMMe Youth Ministry:
High Schoolers: come join us this Friday See info and pictures in bulletin!
Bereavement Support Groups:
Beginning in June; sponsored by Good Shepherd Hyospice. Info in bulletin
Diocesan Year of Mercy Special Sites:
Bishop Murphy has designated four sites in the Diocese to be "Doors of Mercy." See bulletin for more information.
For the Ride Home:
The Body and Blood of Christ May 29, 2016
Today’s Gospel is an event in the life of Jesus that was very special for his followers. This is the only miracle story told in all four Gospels! All four tell of Jesus feeding thousands of people with very little food. As we hear, Jesus was speaking to the crowds about God’s Kingdom and He was healing people who needed to be cured. But as the day went on and evening was coming, the apostles approached Jesus with the practical problem of feeding so many people. Instead of being worried, Jesus took the small amount of food that was there: five loaves and the two fish, thanked God for his goodness, blessed the food, and then shared it with the people. Thousands had enough to eat! How did he do that? We cannot ever understand, but Jesus’s faith in God points the way for us toward an answer.
1. Before Jesus performed this miracle, he told his apostles to feed all these people. How do you think they felt at that moment?
2. Can you think of some time in your life where you thought that Jesus was asking too much of you? What happened?
3. In addition to taking care of the people’s hunger, what do you think Jesus was trying to help them to understand about God and his care for them?
Peanut Butter and Jelly Ministry: Friday, June 3 at 7pm in the Auditorium
Diapers Not Needed?: We gladly accept all sizes (including adult).
We are located between the Church and Parish Center. Our Spring/Summer hours are Tuesdaysand Thursdays 10am - 2pm. NO SATURDAY HOURS. Please call the Parish Social Ministry Office(631-732-3131 x119) to arrange
drop-offs of large items.
WE ARE IN NEED OF: Spring and summer clothing. for women, chlidren, teens and men are needed as well as shoes of all sizes. Leave
your donations in the bin to the right of the Shop or drop them
off at the Parish Center during office hours.
needed for Saturday Mornings. Can