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Pentecost - May 24, 2015

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Bible Sharing will resume on Thursdays from 8:30 to 9:30 in the Parish Hall beginning Thursday, April 23. We are studying the gospel of Luke and everyone is welcome!


May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.


Itinerary at a Glance:
  • Day 1: Dublin Tour & Book of Kells
  • Day 2: 6th Century Glendalough& Dunbrody Famine Ship
  • Day 3: Waterford Crystal & Blarney Castle
  • Day 4: Ring of Kerry Drive & Sheepdog Trials
  • Day 5: Cliffs of Moher & Galway Drive-around
  • Day 6: Yeats´ Grave & Derry Walk
  • Day 7: Giant´s Causeway & Glyde Inn Dinner/Show
  • Day 8: Bus Tour with Guinness or Jameson
  • Day 9: Tour Ends after Breakfast

Don't miss the flyer in this week's bulletin concerning our planned trip to Ireland from October 4-13th.

You can contact our Vacation Specialist Lou Abitabilo for any details of the tour package. Lou can be reached at (570)955-0470 and will be happy to answer any questions.

Click here to to view the details of our planned trip to Ireland from October 4-13, 2015.

Your Irish Vacation with CIE Tours - 14:18


Auxiliary Bishop Peter Baldacchino will celebrate the Memorial Day Mass on Monday, May 25th, at 10:00 am at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Cemetery, 1500 S. State Road 7 in North Lauderdale..

For more information, please call 954.972.1234.


We received the following letter from the Task Force For Ending Homelessness:

Dear Monsignor Fetscher:

Please express our gratitude to the parishioners at St. Sebastian Church for their generous Lenten offerings. Your sock drive was phenomenal, we were so surprised at the volume of socks that were donated.

I also want to thank you on behalf of my staff.

I have a really good little group of very caring Outreach Workers and it is difficult for them to not have the resources, like a pair of socks, to give to a homeless person in need. The parishioners of St. Sebastian made their jobs easier and their hearts lighter.

Again, thank you and your parishioners for the continued support and kindness.

Loraine D. Wilby
Chief Executive Officer


We at St. Sebastian have the power to drive out hunger in one part of Fort Lauderdale. Your donation of ONE food item per week will ensure a needy child or adult receives much needed nutrition.

The St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry at Blessed Sacrament Church will accept all food, but especially needs:
Canned Tuna Toothpaste
Pasta Sunscreen 30
Cereal Deodorant
Canned Soup Hand Soap
Canned Beans Toilet paper
Canned Vegetables

**No opened food containers can be accepted.**
Please place your donation in the shopping carts at the doors of the Church.

"If you bestow your bread on the hungry and satisfy the afflicted; then light shall rise for you in the darkness, and the gloom shall become for you like midday." Isaiah 58:10

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