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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:

    

SUNDAY, MAY 2, 2021 , FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER                                                                                                           

 

Remain in me, as I remain in you. Some of you may ask, “What does that even mean?” Saint John answers this in today’s second reading. Children, he says, let us love not in word or speech but in deed and truth. In other words, don’t just spout pious niceties, do the work of the Gospel. Feed the hungry, clothe the naked, visit those in prison. Love one another. For those who keep his commandments remain in him, and he in them, and the way we know that he remains in us is from the Spirit he gave us.

 

Uniting ourselves to Jesus brings us into the divine life of the Holy Trinity. In order to abide with Christ, we need to take on his mind and his heart, and act accordingly. This we are empowered to do through the gift of the Holy Spirit. The Spirit works in us, giving us gifts and helping us to bear fruit for the sake of the Kingdom. This sounds easy on the surface. Yet we probably can think of ways just in the last couple of days that we did not act with the mind or heart of Jesus.

 

If we profess faith in Jesus Christ, he expects us to offer our whole lives to him. That includes every action of every day, no matter how we may feel. By this is my Father glorified, Jesus says, that you bear much fruit and become my disciples.

 

We can drop the “it looks easy” part here. The most important question we can ask at this point is, “Why?” If the world can offer distractions, pleasures, and a reasonably fulfilling life, why remain with Jesus? 

 

Because no other vine that the world can offer is as life-giving as that of Jesus. A life apart from him will wither, and be thrown out like a branch at the time of judgment. Without Christ, we can do nothing. Every breath we take is simply and only because God has willed it so. God desires our good, and has made us to live with him forever in heaven. Nothing the world offers can even compete. Why sacrifice the permanent on the altar of the immediate? Yes, the ask can be considerable, but it is far surpassed by what our Lord offers us in return.

 

The world cannot offer infinite love. Only God does that. The world cannot provide consolation. Only the Holy Spirit does that. God is greater than our hearts and knows everything, and we receive from him what we need, and what we ask. Jesus is the source of life. Remain with him, and keep his commandments.

 

 

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Sturgis

 

 

FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER , MAY 2

 

  9.00 am - Holy Mass

 


TUESDAY OF EASTER, MAY 4

 

 

 

 9.00 am - Holy Mass

 

 

 

 

 

 WEDNESDAY OF EASTER , MAY 5

 

 

 

 

 

 7.00 pm-Holy Mass

 

 

 

 

 

 FIRST FRIDAY OF MONTH , MAY 7

6.00 pm - EXPOSITION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT

7.00 pm - Holy Mass

 


 

 

 

SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER, MAY 9 

 

 

 

 9.00 am - Holy Mass




 

 

 

 

 

 




 

 


 

Rama

 

 

 FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER , MAY 2

 12.15 pm - Holy Mass


SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER,  MAY 9

 11.00 am - Holy Mass


THE ASCENSION OF THE LORD, MAY 16

12.15 pm - Holy Mass






You’re Invited for Celebration of St. Anthony’s 100th anniversary-Rama,SK

 

 

Saturday, July 2, 2022

2.00 pm- Registration

5.00 pm - Supper

6.30 pm - Confession

8:00 pm – Mission & Holy Mass

• Fr.Andrzej Sowa omi

 

 Sunday, July 3, 2022

3:00 pm - Holy Mass - Archbishop Don Bolen

5:00 pm – Banquet &Program

Blessing of Graves at parish cemetery Bar-B-Q lunch

RSVPby.....April1,2022-omimichal@gmail.com or maryjoe@sasktel.net)

Cost:  
- Registration Fee: $15.00 for adults or $30.00 per family
- Banquet: $25.00 ( 13 and over)
                     12 and under FREE
- Sunday  Bar-B-Q: $10.00
- History Book: $50.00 (MUST BE PRE-ORDERED)
      Note: Limited number, to ensure you receive a copy, payment must be received   
                  By APRIL 1st, 2022.

PLEASE REPLY IF YOU WISH TO BE PART OF THIS SPECIAL OCCASION BY 
APRIL 1st, 2022.    ( Space is limited)
Make your cheque payable to: ST. ANTHONY'S 100th ANNIVERSARY
MAIL TO: St. Anthony's Parish
                   Box 1
                   Rama, Sk.   S0A 3H0


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 31,2021.
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 2 ,2022. 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 31,2021.


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

 

 

 

 FIFTH SUNDAY OF EASTER SUNDAY, MAY 2 

 

11.00 - HOLY MASS


 

SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER,  MAY 9 

 

 

 

 12. 15 pm - Holy Mass






 






Norquay

 

 THURSDAY, MAY 6

 10 am - HOLY MASS

SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER ,

SATURDAY, MAY 8

pm - HOLY MASS

 

 

 

 


 

 





 

 

 


 

 





 

 

 




 


 

 

 





 


 

 



 

 

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