A Night At The Races
On Saturday, May 7th St. Patrick - St. Anthony Parish will be celebrating the
Kentucky Derby by hosting a Night at the Races.
This is an event that you will not want to miss!!
Ladies start thinking about you beautiful derby hat design for the competition
and a lot more fun that evening for all.
Please join us for Dinner at $20 per person and there will be 90 horses for sale $25 each
and you as the owner will get the naming and cheering rights
and if your horse wins you will win cash and a trophy too!!
Any questions please contact Mellan Hansen at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call her direct office number 616-935-8740.
Please sign up at www.stpatsgh.org.
Most Reverend David J. Walkowiak, bishop of Grand Rapids, issues the following statement after the release of video in the officer-involved shooting of Mr. Patrick Lyoya.
We always grieve the loss of life, but especially when it happens in such a violent and tragic way.
Please join me in praying for the repose of the soul of Mr. Lyoya and for his family as they grapple with the loss of their loved one and seek answers. We must also hold the men and women in our law enforcement community in prayer, recognizing the impact this is having on them as well.
Our community is hurt and angry. This pain cannot be ignored. In this moment we are called as brothers and sisters to pray fervently, care for each other, and work peacefully for justice. We must remember we are disciples of Christ and those are not mere words. Through baptism, we are called to do our part to share in His mission to build up of the kingdom of justice, love and peace, both here on earth and in our hearts.
During this Holy Week, we have many opportunities to join together in prayer and worship. On Easter, we
celebrate in a most powerful way the power of God’s love and mercy over sin and death. As followers of the risen Lord, we are called to put such love and mercy into practice and witness to it.
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED
Healing Our Church begins April 21
Come together in small groups with fellow Catholics to pray and reflect on the clergy abuse scandal and envision a path forward as a Roman Catholic family of faith.
The Healing Our Church process will be held on Thursdays from April 21 – May 26 at Cathedral Square Center, 360 Division Ave. S., Grand Rapids. This Healing Our Church opportunity is the same one offered at parishes in 2019 and is an opportunity for anyone who may not have had the ability to previously join to experience this program.
Each session will last from 7 – 8:30 p.m. and follow the outline provided by RENEW International.
There is no cost to attend, but registration is required for the purchase of materials and planning.
Register by visiting: https://bit.ly/HOC2022
The Knights of Columbus regret to inform us that it will NOT have a fish fry on Good Friday due to a lack of fish availability.
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