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DIVINE MERCY Sunday Lamb Roast & Potluck-April 12th
You and yours are invited to a traditional 'cordero al asador' lamb spit roast.
We'll gather at 2:30pm to watch the final stages of the roast, taking it off the fire at 3 to rest while we pray/chant the Divine Mercy Chaplet. Then we'll carve and serve the meal at 3:30. We'll be roasting all day; come when you can. Meat and flatbread will be provided. Appetizers, side-dishes, desserts and drinks will be potluck style, so bring your favorite dish. Hopefully weather will permit outdoor play of all kinds. All are welcome. Bring your friends and family and celebrate this 2nd Sunday of Easter with us. Please call Lauren with any questions, 463-6328.

Fun Run planning meeting

There will be a meeting to begin planning a parish sponsored 5K Fun Run after the 10:30 am mass Sunday, April 12, 2015. If you like running, walking or just want to help , please bring your ideas to the meeting. If you can't attend the meeting but would like to participate, email Lucy Hellier-Clarke at or call 206-463-5470, or sign up on the sheet in the social hall. Would you be willing to be a second contact person? If so please add your information to the announcement.

FEAST OF MERCY NOVENAFor those interested in praying this Novena, it starts on Good Friday. There are brochures on the table in the vestibule with the prayers for the Novena as well as the Divine Mercy Chaplet.

World Youth Day
Join Archbishop Sartain, along with the Youth Delegation, on a pilgrimage to World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland July 22-August 1, 2016. Includes visits to Czestochowa, Auschwitz, and Zakopane – several sites that were important in the life of Saint John Paul II. Space is still open for parish groups or families - see website for participant guidelines. Information: 206-274-3175

Seattle Catholic Men’s Conference
"Iron Sharpens Iron 3" on April 25th at St. Stephen the Martyr, Renton. Featuring Archbishop J. Peter Sartain, Matt Fradd, Hector Molina, Fr. Bryan Dolejsi, and Fr. Ed White. $50 fee includes lunch. Visit the archdiocese website for more information.

The Surprising Sacrament of Matrimony

by Father Thomas Vandenberg
May 2nd, 10am-3pm
We are delighted to welcome Fr. Tom Vandenberg to our parish community as he helps us explore the Sacrament of Matrimony, focusing especially on what distinguishes it from all other marriages.


Hurry only stations 7, 9, 10, and 11 remain. Please adopt a station of the cross for 2015. The effort is about a half hour a month and requires you to keep the area looking tidy. Please contact the office.

Pancake Breakfast

Mark your calendar… Our pancake breakfast celebrating the Easter season will be Sunday, April 19th.

Celebrating its 40th year, CRS Rice Bowl is Catholic Relief Services’ Lenten faith-in-action program for families and faith communities. The program provides a powerful, tangible way for Catholics to answer Jesus’ call to serve the world’s poor and experience Lent as a time of spiritual renewal and sacrifice for those in need. Seventy-five percent of the funds are being used by Catholic Relief Services overseas for development projects in the poorest areas of the world. Twenty-five percent of your donation stays in western Washington as grants to parishes, Catholic Community Services and other organizations to fight hunger in our local communities. Your support of the CRS Rice Bowl program is very much appreciated. Because of you, this archdiocese remains a leader in the U.S. regarding participation in this Lenten program. What your parish gives up for Lent truly can change lives around the world. Thank you for including CRS Rice Bowl as a part of your faith life!

A New Beginning for Your Marriage
Retrouvaille (pronounced retro-vī) helps distressed couples rediscover each other and take positive steps to begin a new life of healing, commitment and love. For confidential information about, or to register for our upcoming program beginning April 24-26, 2015 call 206-706-2608 or visit