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Christ the King Weekly Bulletin informs the community on all aspects of Parish life, including recognition’s, events, stories, and Ponderings

More from Pope Francis

by Michael Mitchell

  The Pope keeps a busy schedule, and sometimes it’s hard to keep up with him! His honest and candid style of speaking lends credibility to his message. Here are some more quotes from Francis’s latest reflections and teachings.   “Our greatest pride is to have as a Father a God who has no favorites, who does […]

Journey to Jerusalem: Prologue

by Michael Mitchell

“ With God is my safety and my glory, He is the rock of my strength; my refuge is in God. Trust in him at all times, O my people! Pour out your hearts before him.” Psalm 62: 8-9 This Lenten Season, as in past ones, we share the stories of Jesus on his human […]

Living Lent

by Michael Mitchell

Ash Wednesday is the starting point of our Lenten Journey, leading us into the 40-day pilgrimage of Lent and concluding at the baptismal font on Easter. By virtue of our Baptism, we do not journey as individuals, but rather, as a community of faith. It is important to reflect on the three pillars of Lent […]

Humility in an Age of Power

by Michael Mitchell

How do we live with a heart of humility in a world obsessed with power? On Monday, March 27 at 7:00 pm noted author and Scripture scholar Alice Camille will challenge your perceptions about power and give you the tools to develop a humble heart. This is a great opportunity to enrich your Lenten experience […]

Parish Family in Need

by Michael Mitchell

On the Thursday before school vacation, the Cotter’s family home went up in flames. Megan, Chris and their 3 children (grades 5, 3 and Kindergarten) lost everything, when their house burnt to the ground. The good news is that the family dog, Toast, was saved – but the bad news is that this family needs […]

Stephen Ministry Message

by Michael Mitchell

When things go wrong, we usually burden ourselves with thinking about what might have happened IF we had done something differently. Robert Littell put it this way, “If, if, if…an extraterrestrial arriving from Mars would reasonably conclude that life on the planet earth is an endless line of Ifs.”  Worrying about the “what ifs” is not helpful. […]

Welcome House Meals

by Michael Mitchell

The 7th grade classes will continue their year of stewardship by preparing a meal for Welcome House, our local shelter. Grade 7B – (Lancaster) will be in the parish hall kitchen, on Sunday, March 5 during class time. Please have your student report to the parish hall kitchen, they will be dismissed from there as […]

Stewardship

by Michael Mitchell

We would like to compliment the students from the Youth Group and the parents who participated in The Breadline Ministry on February 16/17.  The students prepared 320 sandwiches and delivered them to Providence to distribute them at the Cathedral to The Breadline Ministry that helps feed the needy and homeless.

Empty Bowls

by Michael Mitchell

Fight Hunger in South County Thursday, March 9: 5-7 p.m. at Msgr. Clarke School. Enjoy locally made soups and bread. You set the price, and in addition to a delicious meal, take home a unique bowl. ALL proceeds benefit the Jonnycake Center of Peace Dale, which distributed almost 280,000 pounds of food to local residents last year.

Parish Lenten Mission

by Michael Mitchell

To Know, Love and Serve God St. Francis of Assisi Parish. Wakefield Father David Thurber will present a Lenten Mission: To Know, Love and Serve God. Monday, March 13, 7 p.m.: To Know God: How can we know God is so much greater than we are? Tuesday, March 14, 7 p.m.: To Love God: How […]