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"I am a servant in Christ to a foreign nation for the unspeakable glory of life everlasting which is in Christ Jesus our Lord." St. Patrick

“ Welcome to St. Patrick Parish in Sturgis in Saskatchewan”

Message from Pastor:

 

 

July the Month of the Precious Blood of Jesus

 

 

 

 

 

The month of July is dedicated to the Precious Blood. The feast of the Precious Blood of our Lord was instituted in 1849 by Pius IX, but the devotion is as old as Christianity. The early Fathers say that the Church was born from the pierced side of Christ, and that the sacraments were brought forth through His Blood.

 

Devotion to the Precious Blood is not only for priests, but for every follower of Christ. I really believe that one of the symptoms of modern society one of the symptoms of a growing, gnawing secularism is the lessening and the weakening of devotion to the Precious Blood. Devotion, as we know, is a composite of three elements: It is first- veneration, it is secondly- invocation, and it is thirdly- imitation. In other words, devotion to the Precious Blood of Christ, the Lamb of God who was slain, is first of all to be veneration on our part, which is a composite of knowledge, love and adoration.

 

Lord Jesus, You became Man in order by your Passion and Death and the draining of your Blood on the Cross, might prove to us how much You, our God, love us. Protect us, dear Jesus, from ever running away from the sight of blood. Strengthen our weak human wills so that we will not only not run away from the cross, but welcome every opportunity to shed our blood in spirit in union with your Precious Blood, so that, dying to ourselves in time we might live with You in Eternity. Amen

 

Devotions to the Precious Blood of Christ

 

Chaplet of the Most Precious Blood

 

Litany of the Blood of Christ

 

Offering in Reparation to the Most Precious Blood of Jesus

 

 


Latest News

Sturgis

 

 

Please be careful for the fake emails,  someone uses our email : stpatrickssturgis@sasktel. net

SCAM ALERT!

 

Please be aware that some emails are being sent from scammers claiming to be some of our priests and office staff. Names are being pulled from parish and diocesan websites to create fake email (often Gmail) accounts.

 

You will notice the email address may have some correct info, though in an unfamiliar form with additional characters, numbers or periods. Most will ask you to contact them or send information.

 

Please do not reply to any suspicious emails. If you are in doubt, contact the person the email is claiming to be from using an alternate contact method (do not reply to the suspicious email).

 

Also note: At no time will our priests, deacons, religious or diocesan staff contact you seeking Google Play cards, iTunes cards or any other form of personal financial assistance.


SATURDAY JUNE 14,2020

Praise be Jesus Christ!

We got the message from the Archdiocese of Regina regarding the public Mass in our Churches.The Archdiocese have made the decision to allow Masses of up to 30 persons in our parishes. 

 

 

On Wednesday we have Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 7 to 8 pm. 

 

Thank you very much for all your donations to our Church. Even if we do not have public Holy Masses we have to keep our Church going.

 

St. Patrick's is now accepting INTERAC e-Transfer. If you wish to send your Sunday donation this way please

 

e-Transfer to St. Patrick's Church with notification to this email: stpatrickssturgis@sasktel.net

 

God Bless all of you!!!


 

 

 

Fr. Michal Pajak OMI

 

To the members of CWL
All National, Provincial, and Local CWL Conventions have been cancelled.
Therefore, we will be cancelling local CWL Meetings until further notice.
 
Please be advised that our Sturgis CWL President will continue to involve members in our local CWL via email!  If you are interested in our Social Media group, please email kmackldecker@gmail.com.   Preeceville CWL members are also invited to participate in our
Social Media meetings-of-the-minds!
 
God Bless you all.  May God keep you safe and healthy.

 

 

 

Rama

 

 

Please be careful for the fake emails,  someone uses our email : stpatrickssturgis@sasktel. net

SCAM ALERT!

 

Please be aware that some emails are being sent from scammers claiming to be some of our priests and office staff. Names are being pulled from parish and diocesan websites to create fake email (often Gmail) accounts.

 

You will notice the email address may have some correct info, though in an unfamiliar form with additional characters, numbers or periods. Most will ask you to contact them or send information.

 

Please do not reply to any suspicious emails. If you are in doubt, contact the person the email is claiming to be from using an alternate contact method (do not reply to the suspicious email).

 

Also note: At no time will our priests, deacons, religious or diocesan staff contact you seeking Google Play cards, iTunes cards or any other form of personal financial assistance.

 

 

 

 

 


To my Parishioners of St. Anne's, St. Anthony, St. Patrick's and St. Thomas,

Praise to You Lord Jesus Christ
Peace and blessings to all of you during these unsettled times of this global pandemic due to the coronavirus.  Masses have been cancelled not only here where we live, but in many places in the world.  It is a very sad time for you and for me.

Our spiritual well being is now more important than ever to help us maneuver through these days as COVID-19 continues to infect God's people.  Hardships and suffering are among us - we are confined to our homes, those who work in essential services are working in worry, others have been laid off from their jobs which will cause financial hardship.  

As disciples of Christ, we are called daily to respond to the needs of our fellow parishioners and to all peoples around us with love and generosity.  I encourage you to reach out to those in need for fellowship with a phone call, text or email.  I too am available, as well by phone, for parishioners or not, to talk, listen and encourage you at this unprecedented time in your life.

Some parishioners have asked how they can continue to support the financial needs of their church.  Please contact your parish chairperson or treasurer to discuss what would work for you.  For those who can continue to support the church financially, it is much appreciated, as although the churches are closed, the expenses will continue.  For those who may not be able to continue financial support, please know that God is with you, as are my prayers.
I m celebrating private masses  every day and I offer all my prayers for you and your families in this time of pandemic. I ask that you would pray for me as well. 

May God continue to bless us and keep us in His loving embrace.

Fr. Michal Pajak OMI


We can watch Holy Mass from Catholic Cathedral in Regina. Please go on this link:https://archregina.sk.ca/live

SPONSORS:
Anyone interested in being a sponsor for the 100th History Book for St. Anthony's Church may choose one of the following categories:

          DIAMOND: $2000.00 plus
          PLATINUM: $1000.00
          GOLD: $500.00
          SILVER:$300.00
          BRONZE:$ 100.00

Your donation will be acknowledged in the History Book and MUST be received before August 31,2020.
Please make your cheque payable to:  St. Anthony's Church,  Box 1,   RAMA,SK   S0A 3H0
Tax receipts will be issued. Thank you for your generosity!

 

 


St. Anthony's Church in Rama will be celebrating their 100th Anniversary on 
July 3 ,2021. A history book is in the making so information from anyone 
Re: church/grotto would be greatly appreciated! Historical photos of church/grotto or events as well descendants from Europe(if possible) with names attached would be most valuable !
All photos will be scanned and returned.

All submissions for history book MUST  be submitted no later than August 31,2020.


Information may be sent to:
St. Anthony's Church
P.O. Box 1
Rama, SK. S0A 3H0
Or.... email: maryjoe@sasktel.net
Updated info will be available on website: stpatricksturgis.ca-Rama or 

Buchanan

 

Please be careful for the fake emails,  someone uses our email : stpatrickssturgis@sasktel. net

 

SCAM ALERT!

 

 

 

Please be aware that some emails are being sent from scammers claiming to be some of our priests and office staff. Names are being pulled from parish and diocesan websites to create fake email (often Gmail) accounts.

 

 

 

You will notice the email address may have some correct info, though in an unfamiliar form with additional characters, numbers or periods. Most will ask you to contact them or send information.

 

 

 

Please do not reply to any suspicious emails. If you are in doubt, contact the person the email is claiming to be from using an alternate contact method (do not reply to the suspicious email).

 

 

 

Also note: At no time will our priests, deacons, religious or diocesan staff contact you seeking Google Play cards, iTunes cards or any other form of personal financial assistance.

 


To my Parishioners of St. Anne's, St. Anthony, St. Patrick's and St. Thomas,

Praise to You Lord Jesus Christ
Peace and blessings to all of you during these unsettled times of this global pandemic due to the coronavirus.  Masses have been cancelled not only here where we live, but in many places in the world.  It is a very sad time for you and for me.

Our spiritual well being is now more important than ever to help us maneuver through these days as COVID-19 continues to infect God's people.  Hardships and suffering are among us - we are confined to our homes, those who work in essential services are working in worry, others have been laid off from their jobs which will cause financial hardship.  

As disciples of Christ, we are called daily to respond to the needs of our fellow parishioners and to all peoples around us with love and generosity.  I encourage you to reach out to those in need for fellowship with a phone call, text or email.  I too am available, as well by phone, for parishioners or not, to talk, listen and encourage you at this unprecedented time in your life.

Some parishioners have asked how they can continue to support the financial needs of their church.  Please contact your parish chairperson or treasurer to discuss what would work for you.  For those who can continue to support the church financially, it is much appreciated, as although the churches are closed, the expenses will continue.  For those who may not be able to continue financial support, please know that God is with you, as are my prayers.
I m celebrating private masses  every day and I offer all my prayers for you and your families in this time of pandemic. I ask that you would pray for me as well. 

May God continue to bless us and keep us in His loving embrace.

Fr. Michal Pajak OMI

 

 

Norquay

 

Please be careful for the fake emails,  someone uses our email : stpatrickssturgis@sasktel. net

 

SCAM ALERT!

 

 

 

Please be aware that some emails are being sent from scammers claiming to be some of our priests and office staff. Names are being pulled from parish and diocesan websites to create fake email (often Gmail) accounts.

 

 

 

You will notice the email address may have some correct info, though in an unfamiliar form with additional characters, numbers or periods. Most will ask you to contact them or send information.

 

 

 

Please do not reply to any suspicious emails. If you are in doubt, contact the person the email is claiming to be from using an alternate contact method (do not reply to the suspicious email).

 

 

 

Also note: At no time will our priests, deacons, religious or diocesan staff contact you seeking Google Play cards, iTunes cards or any other form of personal financial assistance.

 

 

To my Parishioners of St. Anne's, St. Anthony, St. Patrick's and St. Thomas,

Praise to You Lord Jesus Christ
Peace and blessings to all of you during these unsettled times of this global pandemic due to the coronavirus.  Masses have been cancelled not only here where we live, but in many places in the world.  It is a very sad time for you and for me.

Our spiritual well being is now more important than ever to help us maneuver through these days as COVID-19 continues to infect God's people.  Hardships and suffering are among us - we are confined to our homes, those who work in essential services are working in worry, others have been laid off from their jobs which will cause financial hardship.  

As disciples of Christ, we are called daily to respond to the needs of our fellow parishioners and to all peoples around us with love and generosity.  I encourage you to reach out to those in need for fellowship with a phone call, text or email.  I too am available, as well by phone, for parishioners or not, to talk, listen and encourage you at this unprecedented time in your life.

Some parishioners have asked how they can continue to support the financial needs of their church.  Please contact your parish chairperson or treasurer to discuss what would work for you.  For those who can continue to support the church financially, it is much appreciated, as although the churches are closed, the expenses will continue.  For those who may not be able to continue financial support, please know that God is with you, as are my prayers.
I m celebrating private masses  every day and I offer all my prayers for you and your families in this time of pandemic. I ask that you would pray for me as well. 

May God continue to bless us and keep us in His loving embrace.

Fr. Michal Pajak OMI


 

 

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