St. Faustina Church - Weekly Update
St. Faustina Weekly Update
Happy Friday! It has been wonderful seeing so many of our families return to the weekend Masses. We have seen our reservations filled for each of our Masses in English these last few weeks, so we are moving our reservations up to 275 per Mass! While we have been able to accommodate all who have walked up to Mass without a reservation, we highly encourage you to make a reservation especially with our Masses now regularly hitting our 25% capacity! Please use our
to make your reservation. We also want to remind you to bring back any food bags you picked up last weekend to donate for this Thursday's Food Drive. Finally, we have adopted St. Margaret Catholic Church in Lake Charles, LA to help them with their rebuilding efforts due to the destruction caused by Hurricane Laura. Please look at the information below, as we will also be taking up a second collection for them this weekend. We hope and pray you have a wonderful weekend!
Reflection on Sunday's Readings
Since most of us of us have trouble forgiving even once or twice, the standard set in today's Gospel is hard to comprehend. To help Peter, and us, understand that we are to forgive so much because we have been forgiven so much, Jesus tells the parable of the servant who owed a great debt to his master. Enjoy this reflection through our free account with
Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
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Sunday's Video Reflection
St. Margaret Catholic Church in Lake Charles, LA received extensive damage from Hurricane Laura. We, as a community, are reaching out to help them recover from this devastating storm.
Their family center was heavily damaged, the rectory is unlivable and several classrooms in the school were damaged. Additionally, some of their parishioners need help clearing the debris from their yards and piling it by the street.
How can you help? A collection is being taken up this weekend and all donations will be sent directly to the Pastor, Rev. Nathan Long for use towards the insurance deductible and in the reconstruction of the buildings lost. Donations are also being accepted by dropping off at the Church, mailing to P. O. Box 1099, Fulshear with Hurricane relief noted in the memo and through
this link on Faith Direct
If you are interested in traveling to Lake Charles to help with cleanup efforts, please
visit our website
for more information and to sign up to help.
Sacrament of Confession: 3-4:30pm
Reserve a spot at Mass for your family online
Formation Book Pick-Up (10-2, 4-7pm)
Wednesday Night Live (7:30pm)
Food Distribution (8am)
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Bulletin for September 13, 2020
on Friday, September 11 at 2:59PM