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Sunday Parish Bulletin 





 Fr. Novajosky’s Note


    Dear Members of the Cathedral Parish,

    The Harvest Festival Dinner and Raffle is only one week away! Jennifer Vazquez and the planning committee has been discussing, preparing and organizing to make it a fun and successful evening. Come join us if you can. There will be food from Vazzy’s and homemade dishes and desserts from parishioners, music, activities for children, a little bit of prayer (we are a church after all) and……the raffles!!! In addition to the drawing for the raffle tickets, there will be additional raffle opportunities and items. Come by on Saturday night and have a look. The donation for food and admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children.

    Next weekend there will be a special collection by the Diocese for World Mission Sunday. The money collected will support mission territory, that is, places where the Christian faith and society are less developed, but not necessarily any less vibrant. The focus for this year is areas impacted by war. You must use the special envelope designated for the collection in order to ensure that the money goes to the correct donation. Extra envelopes can be found in the back of on the church on one of the tables.

    Finally, there are a few things in the works for consideration as possibilities for the parish or that are being planned for execution that I bring to your attention. We hope to have a special event to pray the rosary together in different languages. The Knights of Columbus Murphy Council are looking to sponsor a Halloween event at Kolbe Cathedral Gymnasium on Sunday, October 28. November is the month when we especially pray for the faithful departed. We will have a special Requiem Mass on All Souls Day, Friday, November 2, to pray for our deceased parishioners, family members and friends, particularly from the last year. We are working on a parish Mass of Reparation, as asked by Bishop Caggiano to be done by all parishes. As mentioned before, there are ongoing improvements to the website including the ability to submit prayer requests that will be included in one of our petitions on Sunday. Finally, there are going to be opportunities to join new and restored committees that help to serve the life of the parish and further our mission as a Church in a variety of ways.

    Have a great week and see you again soon. You are in my prayers daily, especially during the offering of the sacrifice of the Holy Mass. Saint Augustine and Saint Patrick, our patrons, pray for us!

Fr. Novajosky





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