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Pax Christi Men’s Group presents the 19th Annual John Mattingly Golf Scramble

Friday, May 10 at the   Golf Club of the Bluegrass

Sign in—11:30 a.m. Lunch—12 p.m.

Tee Off—1:00 p.m.

Putting Contest starts at 11:30 a.m.

Lunch and drinks provided

$80 Entry Fee per player and

2 for $10 Mulligans

For more info or to sign up, contact Tom DeLuca at 619-1938 or tdelucalex@aol.com or Lee Goss at kyyankee1013@aol.com

April 27—9 am until noon—Mass at 8 a.m.

Pax Christi Catholic Church

Denise Ware, wife, mother, and parishioner of St. Leo’s Church in Versailles will share her faith journey. 

Come hear her story and how she was blessed to be able to interact with

Mother Teresa of Calcutta. 

Contact Nkechi Amadife at 859-879-9433

If you have questions, feel called to serve the parish in this way, or know someone you would recommend, please contact Mark Kelder at mkelder@energyinsagency.com or Frances Goodfriend at francesgoodfriend@yahoo.com, or you may pick up a nomination form in the office.

Prayerfully consider if you are being called to serve Pax Christi in this important ministry!

Prayerfully consider if you are being called to serve Pax Christi in this important ministry!

The Pastoral Council is the advisory Board to the Pastor of a parish.  We have several openings for this next year.   Nominees for Pastoral Council must be baptized, confirmed, practicing Roman Catholics in good standing with the Catholic Church. They must be registered and active members of the parish for at least one year. 

Now may be the time for you or someone you know to become more deeply involved with the parish.  This is a wonderful opportunity to be the voice of the parish as we are Advancing the Journey and celebrating our 25th Anniversary.  Please consider nominating yourself, or someone you know.

Members of the Pastoral Council serve a three-year term, meet once a month and serve as liaisons to committees within the parish.  If you feel called to serve the parish in this way, or know someone you would recommend, please contact Mark Kelder at mkelder@energyinsagency.com or Frances Goodfriend at francesgoodfriend@yahoo.com, or you may pick up a nomination form in the office.

Wednesday, April 17 at 6:30 p.m. (No Mass)

The Jewish Seder is a ritual meal performed by a community or by multiple generations of a family.  It involves a retelling of the story of the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. This is both liturgy and meal. Come learn more about the root of our Mass. Please sign up to bring a side dish to share or help prepare the lamb.

If you wish to prepare a cooked lamb for Seder, please purchase through the church. The parish will purchase the legs of lamb needed at cost.  The Social Life Committee will have recipes for either grilled or roasted lamb available. Contact Gloria Becker at       301-908-4359 for more information.

 

Holy Saturday, April 20
9 p.m. Easter Vigil Mass (no 5 p.m. Mass)
Easter Sunday, April 21
6:30 a.m. Easter Sunrise Mass
9:45 a.m. Easter Egg Hunt for pre-school through 5th grade children.
8:30am & 11:00 am Masses on Regular Schedule

Chrism Mass, April 16
10:30 a.m. At the Cathedral of Christ the King
Oils used through the year are blessed at this Mass
 
Seder Meal, Wednesday, April 17
6:30 p.m. This is not a Mass.
 
Holy Thursday, April 18
6:30 p.m. Mass with the Washing of the Feet
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament until 11 p.m.
 
Good Friday, April 19
12 p.m. Stations of the Cross
Priest available to hear confessions throughout the
afternoon
6:30 pm Good Friday Service and Veneration of the Cross

The Confirmation Candidates spent last weekend at Camp Burnamwood…..some of the takeaways of the weekend: Bonding with one another, good food, fun, no phones/internet, nature hikes, bon fires, Mass outside, and time for spiritual focus about what Confirmation means to them.

 
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