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Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - February 1, 2015

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For centuries, the Catholic Church has performed more works of charity than any other organization in the world. Why? Because God is love, and through that powerful statement, He teaches us that it is in giving that we receive. His message is simple—to love God above all else and to love others. It is through His love that I seek your help. You are the answer to someone’s prayers, and together, we are changing lives.

Let us unite through our support of this year’s ABCD so that I… you… and we can continue to carry out the good works of Jesus Christ here in South Florida.

Please make your sacrificial gift to ABCD this week. Thank you.


St. Sebastian Council of Catholic Women will hold their annual event at the Lauderdale Yacht Club on Saturday, February 7th at 11:30am.

Tickets are $40. Tables are now for 12. Fashions by Steinmart.

For tickets call Mary Ann Smith, (954) 764-4113.
Reserve early, this is always a sellout event.


If you are celebrating your 25th, 50th or 50+ Wedding Anniversary, you are invited to Mass with Archbishop Wenski on Saturday, February 14th at 5:30pm at St. Mary’s Cathedral.

Registration is necessary, so please call the Parish Office to do so soon.


The Men’s Club will meet this Thursday, February 5th at 9am (after the 8 am morning Mass). Archbishop Emeritus James P. Keleher, of Kansas City, KS will talk about the various Patriarchal Church in union with Rome and will discuss the differences between Archbishops and Bishops.

All are invited; the success of the Spaghetti Dinner will also be reported upon.


If you received Christmas gifts you will never use, consider re-gifting them to our Auction! Call the office for information! Also please ask businesses that you frequent, for donations of goods or services for the auction.

The more YOU help, the better our auction will be...Call the office for information, and THANK YOU!


If you’d like a statement of your accountable Offertory donations for 2014, please call the office and we will be happy to mail it!


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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