Announcements for May 31, 2015

THE GRADUATION BOUQUET IN THE SANCTUARY IS GIVEN TO THE GLORY OF GOD ON THE OCCASION OF AND IN THANKSGIVING FOR THE GRADUATION OF: Jarrod Davis from Dakota Ridge High School, Littleton, CO, son of Greg & Polly Davis and grandson of Bill & Nancy Davis; August Lindgren-Ruby from Cleveland High School in Portland, OR, the grandson of Marge Ruby; Emily Farquhar from Littleton High School, Littleton, CO, the granddaughter of Tony Farquhar; Elliott Varga BA in Exercise Science from Western State College, Gunnison, CO, the son of Art & Pam Varga; Erin Hegel Master of Professional Studies in Leadership and Organizations, Concentration in Philanthropic Leadership from the University of Denver, wife of Phil & mother of Gwenn;

THE CHURCH SCHOOL PICNIC is today after the late Mass.

THE FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI is Thursday, June 4th. The 6:30 pm mass will be followed by a Barbecue dinner sponsored by the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament.

OUR 3RD ANNUAL SHREDDING DAY is Saturday, June 13th. Now you have less than two weeks to get your old papers organized. Bring boxes, bags and trunks full. to our parking lot between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm and watch your paperwork be shredded. $10/large box (case of paper size), trunks are negotiable. This is a terrific fund raiser for us, everyone has personal paperwork to dispose of properly. Tell your friends and neighbors too!

THE BANNOURA FAMILY IS OFFERING unique religious handicrafts made from Holy Land olive wood after all the Services on Sunday, June 14th. All Bethlehem Handicrafts products are created by Christian artisans from the wood of young pruned trees and tree trimmings from the Bethlehem area. Because of the political situation in the Holy Land, commerce in and out of Bethlehem is extremely difficult. They are trying their best to maintain a Christian presence in the town where our Savior was born. Your purchases financially support the livelihood of artisans and their Christian families in Bethlehem. As Joseph taught his Son faithfulness to the trade, so too has the Bannoura family remained faithful to their God and to this rich cultural heritage. They take great pride in this distinct and traditional art form. Your generous consideration for the livelihood of the peoples of Bethlehem is greatly appreciated. Please visit for more information.