2021 04 11 eBulletin

 

 THEY MAKE IT LOOK EFFORTLESS 
 

   - The Redemptorist Priests
   - Flowers, Banners & Environment
   - Lectors, Greeters, Ushers
   - Cantors, Choir & Instrumentalists
   - Candle Lighters & Cross Bearers
   - Livestream Crews
   - Sr. Mavourneen McGinty


 

Divine Mercy Novena Continues...

Join us for nine days of prayer leading up to Divine Mercy Sunday. The Novena begins on Good Firday and continues through Divine Mercy Sunday is April 11th. You can pray in your home as a family or join us in the church. Novena times in the church:                                                          Aprll 8 (Thursday)             9:30am
         Aprll 9 (Friday)                  9:30am
         April 10 (Saturday)           11:00am
         April 11 (Divine Mercy Sunday) After the 9:30am


 

Men's Group        

The St. Catherine’s men’s group is currently praying through Fr. Dave Pivonka’s great video series on the Holy Spirit on formed.org. At this time we meet via zoom Friday’s at 6am or so.  For more information please see our webpage or email Chad Bitzer at cdbitz@gmail.com
 

Bible Study

Join us on Sundays at 11:30 via Zoom for a parish bible study. If you are interested, email Shannon Wilson for more information and the Zoom link.
 

Holy Communion to the Homebound

If you or someone you know is shut in or needs Eucharist there are people who will bring Holy Communion and pray with them; please call the Parish Office to let us know and we will arrange for one of our ministers to visit. This can be a limited or long term arrangement.


 

AROUND THE ARCHDIOCESE



ADVOCACY & CARING FOR CHILDREN is associated with Catholic Community Services. They are recruiting women to join their organization. For more information, see their flyer or contact Gayle Kaplan, member of St. Catherine and active Memeber of ACC. 


 

St. Francis House accepts donations at their Immaculate Conception location at 820 18th Avenue - clean, gently worn, or new clothing for men, women, and children; shoes; travel sized toiletries and/or grocery gift cards.  They are open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9 am - 12 pm for donations.


April 9, 9:30am-3pm
Learn About Vocations
Explore religious life, the priesthood and the diaconate on this virtual tour! Hear the stories of women religious and how they got to the Pacific Northwest, as well as some inspiration. Learn more

 

April 10 at 5pm
Calling All Women - Exploring Religious Life
A virtual Zoom retreat for women between 20 and 40 who are discerning a vocation to religious life.
Learn more and register

 


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MASS TIMES:
Saturday Vigil 5 pm
Sunday 9:30 am
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
9 am

Mass attendance increases to 50% of church capacity!

With Seattle moving into Phase 3 of the State's Reopening Plan, we can now accomodate more people at each Mass. We continue to keep off every other pew blocked off to allow for social distancing but are joyful that more people can now gather together for the celebration of the Eucharist. 

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE:
Pre-registration is no longer required. Please note that the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass remains.

WHAT TO EXPECT AT MASS

WSCC Says Vaccines Are Morally Permissible

Should You Stay Home From Mass?

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