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The Christmas Dinner, Entertainment and Silent Auction
On December 18, 2022, before Christmas Dinner at noon, the Polish Center will host a Silent Auction Event that will benefit “Parafialne Przedszkole Integracyjne” (a school for children with challenges) in Tymbark, Poland.
Your support of this event through a donation of auction items would be greatly appreciated.
Please bring donations Saturday, Sunday or Wednesday to the church office.
New Year’s Dance
Will take place on December 31, 2022, in our Center.
43rd Annual Harvest Festival
Took place on September 17-18, 2022. Watch it on polish TV Republika (skip to 11th minute)
The Knights of Columbus Council 9599 will have their recycling drive every second weekend of the month before and after all the Masses.
2022 Pastoral Services Appeal (PSA)
Polish Center goal is $36,000
111 families, individuals and organizations pledged $35,441
Paid in $34,891
Please make your donation using the link below (or type: https://rcbo.org/psa-give-now/) and choose “Pope John Paul II Polish Center” from the list in the second step of the process in order to properly allocate the donation to our Center.
Liberate Ukraine – A Classical Concert
The concert took place on April 24 and grossed $3869, which was allocated entirely to Caritas-Ukraine.
Masses from Polish Center on-line
On-line offering for the Polish Center is possible on page Donations (here).
To view Sunday Mass or other recorded masses from the Polish Center CLICK HERE.
Message from our Director:
During the summer time we normally welcome our missionaries from different orders and congregations who share their mission experiences and ask us to support their work and dedication in many different realities and countries. This year because of the pandemic situation all visits have been cancelled but we can still support our Catholic Missions through our website using below link from our Diocese:
Thank you like always for all your generosity.
Deacon Jim Merle’s Blog
Deacon Jim Merle invites all to join a weekly journey on the road of Emmaus to reveal how to have an intimate relationship with God in our minds, hearts and soul. To do this please access the blog at: https://dcnjim.blogspot.com by subscribing as follows: In the top right hand corner under “Follow by Email”, enter your email address to subscribe. You will receive a weekly email by Friday morning, with a link to read the newest post.