Updates for the weekend of July 4/5
Here are some updates/reminders since there isn't a new bulletin this weekend. You can find the
June 28/July 5 bulletin on our
, under "Parish Life".
, bulletin editor
Help is needed moving furniture from the classrooms into the hallway for carpet cleaning after the 8:30 and 10 AM Masses this Sunday, July 5.
July 4 & 5 Outdoor Masses at Church
Please let us know which Mass you are attending. This will save time. It's ok to change your mind, just select "modify" on your confirmation email. PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE IN TIME to 10 a.m. Sunday (instead of 11 a.m.) This will most likely be in effect through the end of August. Don't forget your lawn chairs and masks!
Saturday 4:30 PM Mass
Sunday 8:30 AM Mass
Sunday 10:00 AM Mass
Sunday, July 12 Parking Lot Mass
Sunday, July 12, 8:30 AM (PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE IN TIME) @ Village Center Cinemas, 1085 Bishop Blvd. This will be the only Mass that weekend. It will be live-streamed also.
Please leave "how many people are coming" at "one" unless your household is driving more than one car.
Pullman Regional Hospital needs cloth masks for people who come in to the hospital without them. Any kind is fine, they should be washed & dried and put in a small plastic bag. Please bring them to the front desk in the hospital. There are a number of links for mask making on our
White Privilege and Racism in the Catholic Church- a Dialogue and Discussion: Wednesday, July 8,
6:30- 8 pm by Zoom.
In light of recent events, the Social Justice Ministry is sponsoring a presentation and discussion. As a starting point, we will use a recent article in the National Catholic Reporter by Fr. Bryan Massingale titled “The assumptions of white privilege and what we can do about it”. He is the author of Racial Justice and the Catholic Church, and a Professor of Theology at Fordham University. We will watch a 25 minute interview with Fr. Massingale, followed by discussion, dialogue and questions.
Click here for the article
You need a Zoom account, using your email and a password, to get on this Zoom, link below:
Fr. Bryan asks us to -
Understand the difference between being comfortable and being threatened. The only reason for racism's persistence is that white people continue to benefit from it.
Sit in the discomfort this hard truth brings.
Admit your ignorance and do something about it.
Have the courage to confront your family and friends.
Be "unconditionally pro-life."
We look forward to dialogue on this important topic.
Social Justice Ministry
on Thursday, July 2 at 5:41PM