Sunday, July 6, 2008

Announcements for the week: Eighth Sunday After Pentecost

Please pray for Fr. Julian Gilchrist. His attempts to obtain permanent residency in the United States failed and earlier in the month of April he had no choice but to return to New Zealand. Anyone who wishes to send condolences to him, you may contact him using these following addresses:
104 Anzac Road,
Whangarei, New Zealand
or by e-mail:
Pray for vocations to the priesthood. Let us pray also for the people of New Zealand so that the presence of Fr. Gilchrist will bring more converts to the True Faith.

The 3rd Annual Camp St. Philomena for Girls will be holding their summer camp between July 29, 2008 to August 6, 2008 at Mount St. Michael's in Spokane, Washington. The program is for young girls ages 10-18 and the program includes daily Mass, various forms of recreation and Catechism classes (please refer to link on sidebar for details). The fee is $325 per person. A $100 deposit fee is required (as part of the fee) and is refundable up to July 15, afterwards it is non-refundable. Please register early, space is limited. Deadline for registration is July 15, 2008.
For more information you may contact:
Sister Renee Marie @ (509-467-1077)
Sister Marie Janae @ (509-466-9178)
Or you may e-mail @

On the Mondays when Fr. Gerard is present, he generally celebrates Mass at 8:00A.M. All are welcome to attend

A seminarian of Mater Dei Seminary, Fratre Bernard Welp, CMRI and Rev. Mr. Alexander Kryssov will be ordained to the priesthood on October 7, 2008 at 4:30 P.M. at Mount St. Michael's in Spokane, Washington. Please keep them in your prayers.

October 8-12 2008, Mount St. Michael's in Spokane, Washington will be hosting this year's annual Fatima Conference. The title of this years conference is called: "Am I Not Here, Your Loving Mother?" Anyone interested to attend can register online at Mount St. Michael's online registry. Anyone interested in sponsoring someone who does not have the means but wishes to go, please use the same link on the CMRI website. More information will be posted as things transpire in the coming months.

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