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(Last Updated March 2, 2014 @ 7:00 PM)
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Wednesday, March 5 - ASH WEDNESDAY
There will be a morning Mass at 9:30 AM and an evening Mass at 7 PM. In addition, there will be a prayer service at 12:00 noon. Ashes will be distributed at all three services.
Stations of the Cross and Soup Suppers: Join us each Fridays of Lent for Stations of the Cross beginning at 6:00 PM followed by a soup supper starting Friday, March 8.
Mass and Confession Return To Parish Property: Beginning on Saturday, March 1, 2014 we will be celebrating Mass in the Parish Hall on weekends at the usual times: Saturday at 5:30 PM and Sunday at 9 and 11 AM. All are welcome!
Daily Mass & Adoration Return to Parish Property. Beginning March 3, 2014, daily Mass will be offered in the Parish Hall at 8:30 am on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. There is no daily Mass on Wednesdays. On Fridays, Adoration will begin after the 8:30 AM Mass and conclude at 4 PM. All are welcome.
Faith Formation Classes Return to St. Luke's Campus March 4
We are pleased to announce that the Faith Formation classes and children's choir practice will return to St. Luke's beginning March 4. We look forward to seeing everyone Tuesday evening!
St. Luke Parish Pledges to 2014 Bishop’s Annual Appeal
Your St. Luke pledges and payments may be made directly online by going to the Diocese of Raleigh’s website at: http://www.dioceseofraleigh.org/how/stewardship/baa/.
Contacting Parish Office & Staff: Although the parish hall and classrooms are now open, our parish office will not be reopened until March 11. Parish staff will continue to work from their temporary offices at the Diocese. Our temporary office setting does not provide us with any drop in visits, however, our office hours for use of phone calls will remain 9:00 am - 3:00 pm, but please feel free to leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible. All parish emails are functioning as normal.
Weekly Note From Our Pastor (Parish Bulletin for March 1-2, 2014)
As we joyfully move back to our Parish Hall for Mass, we are filled with gratitude to God for His many blessings during this challenging time. We were so blessed to have weekend Masses and other activities at Renaissance Funeral Home. We are grateful to our parishioner, Joseph Smolenski, III, Manager & Funeral Director and all the friendly folks at Renaissance. If you are ever in need of the services of a funeral home, I Highly recommend Renaissance.
We are also grateful to All Saints Academy for hosting our Faith Formation classes, youth meetings, and other activities. ASA is a wonderful, Catholic, family, inclusion school that I Highly recommend! We are also grateful to our parishioners, Don and Laurel Davis and everyone in Carlyle for the use of their clubhouse for daily Mass and other activities.
Thanks also go out to our staff, PC, FC, and ministry leaders, all who provided advice, help, and leadership. I hesitate to mention individual parishioners because I know I will leave many people out. But as examples, I am very grateful to Bill and Jeannette Schultz and Barb Mueller for Mass set up and so much more, Dave Knudson for his incredible generosity in donating his construction expertise so that we could get back in the Parish Hall and offices, Jerome Savage for helping with parking and other things, and Maria McGee for coordinating meals for me during my busiest time.
And thanks to everyone who is helping in any way, large, or small. It is all deeply appreciated. Together, we celebrate being back on our church campus. And together, we wait in expectation for the day we can return to our beloved sanctuary.
God is good!
Blessings in Christ,