A few months ago we introduced our “Not So Random Acts of
Kindness” Campaign. Since then, we’ve covered the wall of our
Mercy Room with accounts of our discipleship. Join us next
Sunday at the 10 AM Mass as we present these acts to God
through a ceremonial burning. If you have not yet had the chance
to submit all of your acts of kindness, it’s not too late! Simply
place them in the basket in the Mercy Room prior to next
Sunday’s 10 AM Mass. Slips are available by the basket.
Moving forward in this “Year of Mercy” we will continue to
collect and display your acts of kindness in the Mercy Room. To
keep this momentum moving forward, we invite you to also
submit any acts of kindness bestowed upon you. Has someone
gone out of their way to help you, to help carry you through a
difficult time, or simply done something to brighten your day?
This is the perfect opportunity to reflect on this blessing and give
We will continue to post acts of kindness, both given and
received, in our Mercy Room, and offer them up to God on a
regular basis throughout the year. Join us as we serve as a beacon
of God’s light one ‘Act of Kindness’ at a time.
The Men’s Breakfast will meet on Saturday at 7:30 AM in the Parish Hall. Join us for great food and conversation.
Food Pantry and New Day Outreach
“…I assure you, as often as you did it for one of my least brothers, you did it for me.” Matthew 26:40 On the last full weekend of each month, we have an opportunity to respond to Jesus’ call for us to help those in need. Next weekend, April 23 & 24, is our Food Pantry and New Day Outreach weekend.
This month our donations will go to the Northbridge Association of Churches Food Pantry in Whitinsville. Please purchase an extra item or two when you do your shopping this week and bring them to church next weekend. Just a note: Food pantries are not allowed to distribute any food items that have expired; they have to throw them away. Please check expiration dates carefully if you bring an item from your home!!
Monies received in the Good Shepherd Church replica on the last weekend of each month are used to help individuals and families from our parish, and also to support various community causes. Your gener
SAVE THE DATE!!~~Sunday, June 5 Come and celebrate Fr. Larry’s 40th Anniversary of Ordination and 70th Birthday More details to follow.
K of C Mumford Council #365 will hold its Annual Recognition/ Awards Night on Saturday, April 9 at the Council Hall in Whitinsville. In addition to presenting the Knight of the Year Award, the 7th Annual Mumford Beacon of Hope Award will be presented to Craig E. Maxim, Site and Program Director of the Family Continuity Agency in Whitinsville. The event is from 6-11 PM with dinner and dancing and is open to the public. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased by calling John Brouillard at 508-234-4225 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Living the Eucharist Retreat will be held on Sunday, April 17. It will begin with the 10 AM Mass and conclude at around 3 PM. There will be a pot luck lunch in the hall, music in the church, a talk by Fr. Larry, small group sharing, Eucharistic Adoration, and Divine Mercy. Sign-ups will take place this weekend and next.
Good Shepherd Senior Ministry will welcome Detective Steve Prior (a Good Shepherd parishioner) from the Uxbridge Police Department on Tuesday, April 26 from 10-11 AM. He will speak about scams, frauds, pocketbook awareness when shopping, and prescription pain medication awareness. We will meet in the St. John Paul II Room of the Parish Center. Coffee & refreshments will be available. All are welcome! Also, if you missed the “Cooking Fire Safety” presentation given by Cheryl Either, Uxbridge Firefighter, Paramedic, she will be doing it again at Lydia Taft on Friday, April 22, from 10-11 AM. It is informative and fun. Terry Kramer, Parish Nurse, Senior Ministry