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Entries for November 2020

Thanksgivng Day Mass 9am

Posted on November 13, 2020 in: General News

Thanksgivng Day Mass 9am
St. Bernard's will have a 9am Mass on Thanksgiving Day, November 26th.

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Advent Book

Posted on November 19, 2020 in: General News

Advent Book
Those popular “Little Books” for Advent can be ordered directly from their website:            littlebooks.org.  

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Advent Weekly Themes

Posted on November 23, 2020 in: General News

Advent Weekly Themes
4th Weekend: Dec. 19 & 20 Baby Shower.  This weekend is set aside to honor Jesus through babies and children by having a Baby Shower for Jesus.  NO need to wrap these baby items with paper, just your love.  Bring your gifts to the ALTAR before Mass.  LaVie will use these gifts to affirm the young moms and their new born babies.  Thank you for your interest in donating items to LaVie for our patients and clients. The gifts they receive are always a huge blessing to them! Please note, especially with the Covid 19 season we are in, we ask that A...

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2020 Christmas Mass Times and Reservation Information
St. Bernard's Christmas Eve: 4pm, 6:30pm, 8:30pm Christmas Day: 9am Reservations are Required. Dear Parishioners, Due to limited seating during this Covid 19 affliction, we shall offer reservations  for  Christmas Masses so that everybody doesn’t show up at the same time.  We won’t have the children’s pageant this year to safeguard the kids. Details to reserve a spot for yourselves are below. Hopefully this will work smoothly – we’ve never done it before.  We are allowing 200 people per Mass. Reservations...

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Posture Change For Mass

Posted on November 25, 2020 in: General News

Posture Change For Mass
Posture Change for Mass Directed By Bishop Michael Warfel “After consultation with the Diocesan Worship Commission and with members of the Priest’s Council on this question, the normal posture following the Lamb of God at Mass will be kneeling until the beginning of the Communion procession. The effective date in which all parishes are to return to the kneeling posture following the Lamb of God is the First Sunday of Advent.”

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