Saturday, November 22. A great way for families to prepare for Advent! Sponsored by the Tri-Parish Religious Education program and Walla Walla Catholic Schools.
Each year at tax time, we conscientiously give “to Caesar what belongs to Caesar.” Does my stewardship indicate that I am as faithful about giving “to God what belongs to God”?
CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS #668 will be celebrating National Catholic Daughter’s Day by attending mass together at Assumption Church on October 19 at 10:30 am. Look for the purple and gold. Any of our local Catholic Daughters’ would love to share with you about one of the oldest and largest organizations of Catholic women in the Americas. They will also be serving coffee and doughnuts after the 8:30 am mass at Assumption that day. Plan to join us for a no-host brunch at Smiths following the 10:30 am mass. Contact Cheryl Leamer at 529-5850
Joy of the Gospel presentation will be led by Fr. Brian Sattler in place of Bishop Skylstad who will be attending Bishop Cupich’s installation as Archbishop of Chicago on November 18.
Mark your calendars for the Knights of Columbus Annual Steak Feed on Sunday, November 9th from 4:30 PM to 7:00PM at St. Francis Parish Hall. We will be serving green salad, steak, baked potato, green beans, and ice cream. Steak dinner cost is $15 and children’s dinner is $4 (hamburger & chips). We will also be serving adult beverages. Come and enjoy a great steak dinner and support your local Knights of Columbus and your Catholic Community.
Tuesday, October 28, from noon-1 p.m., Sacred Heart Radio, KTTO 970 AM (Spokane). Call with questions and comments: 509-327-3695. Questions can be emailed to email@example.com
Two new books are in the library on the recommendation of Bishop Cupich and Fr. Pedro. “The Joy of the Gospel” is a passionate call by Pope Francis, for every Christian, to be constantly ready to bring the love of Jesus to others. “The Gospel of the Family”, by Cardinal Walter Kasper. This little book is rich in helping families become strong Catholics.
Christian Aid Center is looking for retired nurses who would like to volunteer at the mission by providing health screenings. For more information call Jeannette, 525-7153 ext. 114.
We have been blessed wit a long Indian Summer in October, but sub-freezing nights may be just around the corner. If you are interested in getting on a list to volunteer at a warming center and receive training, please email Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children of the three parishes will invite us to participate in a huge food drive, to restock the food banks in time for Thanksgiving. As may of us give thanks for our plenty, we must not forget the less fortunate who struggle to have food on the table.