March 2013 Ministry Newsletter

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St. Patrick Catholic Community
M I N I S T RY L E A D E R N E W S L E T T E R
March 7, 2013

Safe Environment
We Need Your Help! We are scheduled for a Safe Environment audit in May. What does this mean? The diocese will be checking our minister records for compliance meaning are all ministers up-to-date on their Safe Environment training? We need ALL Ministry Leaders to send Sue Orlando at street address. A screen will appear that displays your current information. Update if needed. Click continue on the bottom of the screen. The next screen will show your For any questions status. You can then register for a class if regarding the contents needed. If you have of the questions, contact Sue Ministry Leader Orlando 480-998-3843 or Newsletter, please [email protected] www.safeenvironmenttraining.org [email protected] Click on My Obligations. contact a current list of your Type in your name and Mary Permoda ministry members and their Director of Pastoral Lenten Almsgiving Ministries at: The Bishop is Coming- both of them! 480-998-3843 or Please return your Habitat banks [email protected] Bishop Nevares will celebrate the March 23/24 — Thank you for your Sunday, March 17, 10:30 AM Mass here support! contact information (including email) so she can update our database as members of your ministry. Please remind your ministers to stay current with their training status. You can check your status by: Go to

in honor of our feast day – St. Patrick’s Day! Please join us for hotdogs and hamburgers right after the 10:30 AM Mass and greet our auxiliary Bishop Nevares. Lunch tickets are $5 each and will be sold after all Masses March 9/10 and in the Parish Office. Limited tickets available at the door.

Food Collection on Holy Thursday— During the offertory, you will be invited to bring your nonperishable food item donations for Vista del Camino up to the altar as your offering for the poor.

Parish-Wide Email
We are moving ahead with our database clean up which will allow us to send email correspondence to all registered parishioners! Remember to let Sue Orlando know when your email changes!

Bishop Olmsted will be making his 5 year visit to St. Patrick on Tuesday, March 26. He will be meeting with Fr. Eric, staff, the Pastoral Stewardship Council and the Finance Council. It will be great to share our hopes and dreams with Bishop Olmsted!

SAVE THE WEEK! March 24 through March 31 HOLY WEEK

M I N I S T RY L E A D E R N E W S L E T T E R Upcoming Opportunities
Are you Confused about Medicaid? What is the impact on Mental Health Care? How does it affect my family? What does it mean to Arizona?

MARCH 7, 2013

St. Patrick is hosting a Civic Academy on Understanding Medicaid Tuesday, March 12 at 6:30 PM in Fenlon Hospitality Center Featuring Kim Van Pelt Director, AZ Health Futures St. Luke's Health Initiatives PLEASE JOIN US!

We are asking all parishioners to make sure the Holiest Week of the entire year is kept clear by all Christians. The saving acts of Jesus have been remembered by Christians for centuries and the challenge for us today is to make sure Holy Week is not the same as every other week in our lives. We are asking all ministry leaders to lead by example and clear their calendars of anything that could wait until the following week, and plan to attend Holy Week Services. Please communicate with all your ministers to see what things in their lives can be put on hold and make Holy Week sacred. March 24-31 is Holy Week Sunday, March 24 is Passion (Palm Sunday) Mass with the proclamation of the Passion. Holy Thursday Thursday at 7:00 PM begins Triddum with a Mass that remembers the Last Supper, the washing of the feet and exposition of the Blessed Sacrament after Mass until midnight. Please assign your ministry a time to come and pray, either one hour or a half hour. As Jesus prayed in the garden before his saving act we can join him in prayer. Good Friday Stations of the Cross at noon, the church is open for prayer until 3:00 P.M. Good Friday service is at 7:00 P.M. Easter Vigil Saturday At 7:00 PM the “mother” of all liturgies, the most beautiful, where we celebrate the resurrection and we welcome the newly baptized into the faith community. Easter Sunday Masses Easter Sunday begins the seven week celebration of Easter until the Feast of Pentecost. I am asking everyone to make a strong effort to do the best they can to make Holy Week different from any other week of the year. Thank you for supporting this great effort to remember our salvation history.

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