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Bulletin & Events

Sunday, May 26, 2024
 

Faith Formation †

Director:  Amanda Page
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  • Vacation Bible School

    • June 10—13, 2024

    • Grades Preschool—5

    • 5:30 to 8:00 pm

On this Memorial Day, we pray for those who courageously laid down their lives for the cause of freedom.

May the examples of their sacrifice inspire in us the selfless love of your son, Jesus Christ.

May 26, 2024;  The Most Holy Trinity

“There are different kinds of spiritual gifts but the same Spirit; there are different forms of service but the same Lord; The Spirit itself bears witness with our spirit that we are children of God, and if children then heirs, heirs of God and joint heirs with Christ…” - Romans 8:16-17

If we are heirs to the kingdom of God, shouldn’t we work to build up His kingdom?  Shouldn’t we be good stewards of our inheritance, using our time in prayer, our talent in charitable works and our treasure to care for the Church that God has left to us?  Our Church is a treasured heirloom from God.  Do we treat it that way?

† ADORATION  † 

  • Tuesday 9:00 am to 8:30 pm

Pocket Change Collection for the Rectory Mortgage

Special collection the first Sunday of every month to put towards the rectory mortgage. 

Past donations:  $51,922.96; 

5-5-2024 Collection:  $470.75;  

Total:  $52,393.71

Current Total due on Mortgage:  $12,840.62

Diocesan Annual Appeal: 

SS. Peter & Paul Goal:  $14,107; donations as of  May 7, 2024:  $12,540.00

Still needed:  $1,567.00

Thank you to all who have already donated.

www.crookston.org/DAA.

SS. Peter and Paul will be serving the Warren Area Food Shelf for the month of June. 
Volunteers are needed each Tuesday from 4:45 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. to help with food distribution.  Volunteers may sign up at the back of the church.  Any questions, please contact Kristi Pederson at 745-6256. 

Thank you so much for volunteering your time!

Beginning Experience (B.E.) of Eastern North Dakota will be offering its next Weekend June 21-23, 2024  in Hankinson, ND.  The B.E. Weekend is a Friday evening to Sunday afternoon program for adults grieving the loss of a love relationship through death, divorce, or separation, who are ready to come to terms with their loss and begin to move forward with their lives. Presented by a team of persons who have suffered the loss of a loved one, they are willing to share their experience to help others. Team members lead participants through a program of presentations, personal private reflection and small group sharing. The B.E. Weekend is the core program and the foundation of the Beginning Experience ministry.   The BE Weekend Application Form and if needed a Counselor/Therapist Approval Form can be downloaded from the website: www.beginningexperience-easternnd.org/the-be-weekend. For more information & application call your BE local area representative: Fargo/Moorhead - Bonnie at 701-318-0949 or Fargo BE line 701-277-8784 (Please leave a message.), Fergus Falls BE line 218-560-1686 (Please leave a message.) or in Grand Forks – Msgr. Dan at 701-361-2051

Calvary Cemetery Rules and Regulations:

  • Grave decorations may be placed on gravesites. They shall be placed within one week before Memorial Day, and shall be removed no later than Flag Day, June 14th. 

  • Decorations remaining after June 14th will be removed and destroyed by cemetery personnel.

  • Cemetery personnel are not responsible for decorations

  • placed on gravesites.

  • It is permissible to place cut flowers on a gravesite provided they are placed in an approved cemetery ground vase.  Fresh flowers placed on graves will be removed when wilted.

  • Potted or boxed plants placed on gravesites must be stable enough for outdoor use and must be placed on the grave marker or in an approved cemetery vase or stand.  They shall not be placed in or on the ground and when wilted will be removed and destroyed by cemetery personnel.

  • Current Cemetery Committee:

    • Richard Bolduc-Chairperson,

    • Sharon Abrahamson

    • Betty Conely

    • Chuck DuBore

    • Mike DuBore

    • Toby McGregor

    • Victor Sweeney

    • Father Xavier Ilango

  • Caretaker:  Stacey Wentz

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