GIFT AND BOOK SHOP NEWS
reminder that in addition to the regular hours before and
after weekend Masses, we will be open on Fridays during
Lent from 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM. We will also be open during
the special parish Lenten activities.
your friends and families that we carry sacramental,
religious cards, Lenten books, Easter and First Communion
items. Many of the other local religious goods stores have
closed in the area. People are unaware of what we offer,
so please spread the word. It helps fund the needs of our
parish and the Red Cloud School. Thanks for your continued
ROBERT BARRON FAITH FORMATION PROGRAM
us for a wonderful program at the Downey Brewing Company
beginning Thursday, March
1st at 7 PM. Other Thursday dates are March 8 & 22.
April 5,12,19, & 26. Concluded on May 3 & 10. You
may Lynette at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are located at 13121
Prospect. Be sure to look for and use the RED DOOR
entrance. We are part of the Finishers Corp building. The
marvelous Bishop Robert Barron will discuss what Catholics
believe and why while being immersed in the art,
architecture, literature, beliefs and practices of the
Catholic tradition. If you have not taken a class with
Bishop Barron, you will be in for a real treat!
Lenten books have arrived and are available in the
Vestibules, Gift Shop or the Parish Office. These 6 minute
reflections on the Passion according to Mark aid us in
reflection and homage during Lent. The books are available
for a donation of $1.
TIME FOR EASTER
Once again it is time
to honor your living and deceased family and friends for
Easter. You may use the form inserted in this week’s
bulletin or the envelope in your church packet. PLEASE
print all names clearly. We are beginning this tribute
early this time so all names will be able to appear in the
Easter bulletin and not published at a later date. We
suggest $5 per name, but all donations are appreciated.
The deadline date is March 12th.
Press closes for the holiday, this deadline is very
important. We appreciate your clarity and your timeliness.
STUDY: Once a week sessions surrounding the
Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus during Lent,
beginning February 15th through March 29th from 9:30 AM—11:30
AM at St. Anselm. Cost $25. Seats are limited. Contact
Donna at 274-5778.
going to Grand Rapids! We’ve planned a full day in Grand
Rapids visiting the Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture
Park and the Gerald R. Ford Museum on Thursday, May 24th
from 8 AM to 9 PM for the reasonable price of $99. Flyers
are available at the entrances to the church. Make your
reservations now. Please call Pat Ayland 313.441.3355 or
the church office with questions. Think Spring.
FOR EASTER FLOWER TRIBUTE
one more week to honor your living and deceased family and
friends for Easter. PLEASE print all names clearly. Names
will appear in the Easter bulletin. We suggest $5 per
name, but all donations are appreciated. The deadline date
is March 12th.
invited to a Seder Meal on Wednesday, March 28th at 5:45
PM in the Parish Hall. The evening consists of a
re-telling of the story of the Passover, based on the Book
of Exodus, a complete lamb dinner, including coffee and
soft drink. Please bring your own wine or other beverage.
The cost is $8.00 per individual, $30 maximum per family.
Individuals and families with school-age children (age 5
& up) are welcome. Please reserve your spot by calling
the parish office by March 7.
OPPORTUNITIES TO SERVE
are several events scheduled for this Lent at St Kateri,
all of which could use volunteers in various capacities.
Listed below is a date and description of event. If you
could help, simply check the line and you will be
return your commitment form to the Parish Office or drop
it off in the collection basket.
1. LINEN COLLECTION
(Feb. 26-March 18)—This is
a three-week program
involving collection of sheets, towels, and toiletries for
Nativity parishioners and needy outlet centers in Detroit.
Contributions can be left in the vestibules of church.
Volunteers needed on Monday, March 19 for sorting and
11:00 AM ANOINTING
MASS/SOUP & SALAD LUNCHEON (Friday,
March 2). This event involves making salads and meatless
The Parish will pay for ingredients. Cook and help needed
for setup, serving and clean-up.
ST. PATRICK’S DAY IRISH
STEW DINNER (Saturday,
March 17) 5:00 PM—7:00 PM. This event involves
decorating the dining space, serving coffee
and stew at the buffet-style meal.
PALM SUNDAY PANCAKE
Sunday, March 25,)10AM—12:30PM This involves decorating,
limited cooking, serving coffee and
juice, and clean up. (Pancakes prepared by professional:
“Jack the Flipper”.)
EASTER EGG HUNT (Palm
Sunday, March 25) 12:15 PM This involves you laying and
hiding eggs on church grounds, supervising with
parents in two groups of children (ages:2-5 and 6-9).One
thousand pre-filled plastic eggs expected to be collected
(Palm Sunday, March 25)10 AM—12:15
event invites volunteers to share their family traditions
and talents weaving crosses and processional palms from
ones blessed and distributed this weekend. Event held in
Resurrection Hall (Gathering Space)
HOT CROSS BUNS AND COFFEE
Thursday, March 29) 8 PM—9:30 PM This is held in the St.
Francis Room (Parish Hall)
after the Liturgy of the Lord’s Supper. Volunteers
needed to set-up and clean up.
Got Books? DVD’s
Video games? Please donate them to the St. Anselm Festival
Used Book & Media Sale scheduled for June 1-3, 2018,
in their parish gym. Donations can be placed in the bins
inside the vestibule at St. Anselm or for large donations
or if you need assistance, call 313.563.3430 to schedule a
pickup. 100% of this sale will benefit the parish school.
NO ENCYCLOPEDIA SETS OR MAGAZINES, PLEASE.
At the Hop A 1950’s
Inspired Auction & Dinner Event: Saturday, March 10th,
beginning at 5:30 PM in the Activity Center. A fabulously
delicious 8 PM catered meal, great music and everything
but the kitchen sink for auction. All proceeds benefit our
school. Tickets are $35 per person or $250 for a table of
8 and are available in the school office or on the parish
website. For more information contact Becky at
is still room for our Firekeepers bus trip on Tuesday,
January 30th at 9 AM, $30 per person ($20 for gaming and
$5 food voucher). To reserve your spot call Steve Jacek
at 248-349-0490 or email him at email@example.com If you
can’t make it, our next trip will be Tuesday, March 27,
Annual Tim O’Brien Trivia Contest to benefit the U of M
Comprehensive Cancer Center is coming on Saturday,
February 10, 2018. Tickets are $25 per person. To reserve
your team of four call Nora O’Brien at 313.565-4379.
Fish Fry- Starts Ash Wednesday, February 14th at 4 PM.
Friday Fish Frys during Lent hours are11 AM—8 PM. Join
us for some great fish.
Study: Once a week sessions during Lent, Beginning
February 15th through March 29th from 9:30 AM—11:30 AM
at St. Anselm. More information to follow.
St. Vincent de Paul Clothing Drive: March 17th & 18th.
Donation bin will be located in the parking lot both days.
Mass times: Beginning April 17th-Saturday 4 PM, April 18th
–Sunday 8 & 10 AM and 5 PM. Confession times:
Saturday 3 PM Weekday Masses: Weekday Masses 8 AM on
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday. Check bulletin for other
in for “Tea”: The West Wayne Vicariate will be hosting
their Spring Tea on Sunday,
March 4th at the Knights of Columbus O’Kelly Banquet
Hall. This spiritual reflection and catered lunch is a
wonderful way to celebrate the upcoming Spring season. For
more information contact Donna Stachulski, DRE/St. Linus
here and so are the Friday Fish Frys starting at 11
AM until 8 PM. Bring your family and friends for a
great fish dinner along with your favorite drink. Carry
outs are also available at 313-278-5600.
Easter Bunny will be stopping by O’Kelly’s on Saturday,
March 31st for lunch. Tickets are $5 for all over
the age of 9. Children under age 8 are free. Call
313.278.5600 to make your reservations.
annual St. Patrick’s Day parade party will occur Sunday,
March 11th at 2 PM. Admission is free. Corned beef and
cabbage dinners/Irish Stew for purchase at 6 PM.
HOLY TRINITY ST. PATRICK’S DAY CELEBRATION
Holy Trinity invites you to be a part of the fun, the
food, the history. Proceeds benefit Most Holy Trinity’s
outreach ministries. Mass at Noon– 1050 Porter
St., Detroit 1:30 PM-Luncheon, Corktown IBEW Hall 1358
Abbott Street, Detroit $40 Adult ticket 5:00 PM-Happy
Hour, IBE Hall, Food, Beer, Music -$20 advance/$25 at the
If you have broken rosaries and would like to donate them,
please drop them off at the church sacristy or parish
DEARBORN POLICE SPECIAL
Call 313.943-3030 to report any suspicious activity.
Support our law enforcement officers. Be their eyes and ears!