October 4, 2020

This Week
Masks required for all Masses and events inside the Parish
Friday, October 2
Mass, 8:45am

Saturday, October 3
Pro-Life Mass 10am - off Franklin Rd near Planned Parenthood (in case of rain: Holy Apostles (masks and distancing required)
Limited Seating Mass, 5pm
(See Below - no reservation needed)
5pm Mass is Live Streamed

Sunday, October 4
Limited Seating Mass at 7am
Parking Lot Mass & Pet Blessings, 9am
Limited Seating Mass at 11am & 6pm
Pet Blessings at 5pm in the parking lot
11am Mass is Live Streamed

Monday, October 5
Mass, 8:45AM

Tuesday, October 6
Mass, 8:45am
Adult Ed Class - "Origins of Priesthood", 9:45am in person & on Facebook Live (see more below)
Baptism Prep Class (more below), 6:30pm
Wednesday, October 7
Mass, 8:45am
Altar Server Refresher Training, 4:30pm

Thursday, October 8
Communion Service, 8:45am

Friday, October 9
Mass, 8:45am

Saturday, October 10
Limited Seating Mass, 5pm
5pm Mass is Live Streamed
Pickup a bag & list of foods for the Fall Food Drive from the Knights after Mass

Sunday, October 11
Limited Seating Mass at 7am
Parking Lot Mass, 9am
Limited Seating Mass at 11am & 6pm
11am Mass is Live Streamed
Pickup a bag & list of foods for the Fall Food Drive from the Knights after all Masses
Lots of Parish Ministry Updates
Baptism Prep Classes Resume—This class is required for anyone interested in having their child baptized. Please RSVP by calling the Parish Office at 208-888-1182. Classes are the First Tuesday of every month, beginning October 6th from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm in the Dining room. Classes are limited to 20 people and masks are required.
Altar Servers Refresher Training All students who are currently on the October calendar for altar serving are asked to please attend: Altar Server Refresher Training on Wednesday, October 7th from 4:30 to 5:30pm For questions? Please email Deacon Shack at: dshackley@holyapostles.net
Healing Prayer Services - return in the church on Thursday, Oct 15th at 7pm. Social distancing & masks required.
Apostles Book Club moves to MONDAY nights. Monday, Oct 19th at 6:30pm will be indoors and masks are required. 
All are invited to discuss the October book, A Woman of No Importance by Sonia Purnell. Based on new and extensive research, Sonia Purnell has for the first time uncovered the full secret life of Virginia Hall—an astounding and inspiring story of heroism, spycraft, resistance, and personal triumph over shocking adversity. "A Woman of No Importance" is the breathtaking story of how one woman's fierce persistence helped win the war.  
Adult Ed with Fr. Len
TUESDAY, Oct 6th at 9:45am in the dining room & on Facebook

ORIGINS OF THE PRIESTHOOD

 The class will cover:
  • The Jewish Origins of the priesthood
  • How Jesus changed the priesthood.
  • The New Testament origins of the priesthood
  • A defense against those who say Jesus did not want a priesthood
 
Please plan to wear your mask. 

If watch previous classes, visit:
Parish Nursing Updates

Anointing Reminder: If a loved one is terminally ill, please do not wait till the last moment to contact the parish for an anointing. In cases of an emergency anointing, it may take a couple hours before the priest is available.
 
Welcome Baby Program: Offers our “newest” Parishioners a Welcome call from our Parish Nurse team to support new Moms, offer prayer, answer any questions about infant care, feeding, post-partum care, connect families in the Parish, offer community resources and Baptismal information. We also have a Lactation Specialist available for consultation. Call the Parish Nurse office at 208-888-1182(ext 3008) for information. 
 
Save the Date - Mobile Mammograms will be at Holy Apostles November 24th. Sign-ups with Monique at 208-888-1182 ext 3008 or mkilroy@holyapostles.net
 
Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline Call or Text: (208) 398-4357

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
Both Hotlines offer information and support.
 
More Parish Nursing Info here: www.holyapostlesmeridian.net/nursing

Watch the video below to learn more about this vital annual campaign. Learn More and Donate at: www.catholicidaho.org/ICA
Holy Apostles will continue to live stream Mass on Facebook Weekdays at 8:45am,
Saturdays at 5pm and Sundays at 11am

The Mass live stream can also be viewed at: https://holyapostlesmeridian.net/Mass

Click Here for the Song Sheet (now inside the bulletin)
Please remember your mask must be covering your NOSE AND MOUTH.
Much appreciation for your respect and care of all.
All information about attending Mass can be found at: https://www.holyapostlesmeridian.net/attend
Thank you
Holy Apostles
for Your Continued
Support

Thank you to all who have continued to support Holy Apostles during the pandemic. Your generosity is very much appreciated.
How can I continue to tithe during the pandamic?


  • Text "Give2HA" to 800-950-9952 on your cell phone to send (NOTE NEW NUMBER)

  • Mail your contributions to Holy Apostles, PO Box 708, Meridian, ID 83680.

  • Drop in our NEW secure mailbox in the Parish parking lot.

Call the parish office at 208-888-1182 and speak to Lisa if you need assistance.

We are Holy Apostles!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR DONATIONS and
CONTINUED SUPPORT!
Father Len’s Podcast

Fr Len and Holy Apostles parishioner Irish McMahon have created a new podcast. They describe it this way: “Two fun-loving and God-fearing Irishmen, a Catholic priest and his good friend, grapple with the big questions about faith, religion, and life.”

Check out the latest episode:

Father Len explores the relationship between gratitude, happiness, and finding the presence of God in everyday life.
Highlights, Ideas, and Wisdom
  • The custom of athletes and entertainers thanking Jesus after winning games and awards inspired this episode.
  • Father Len uses the ancient Jewish feast that celebrates the birthdays of trees to reveal the importance and value of gratitude.
  • Gratitude helps prevent narcissism and entitlement.
  • Gratitude helps us grow and mature as true human beings.
  • Gratitude makes us happy.
  • Gratitude improves our health.
  • Gratitude makes us more compassionate.
  • Father Len introduces “The Daily Examen” gratitude exercise created by St. Ignatius.

You can listen, subscribe, and submit questions for Father Len at the podcast website: http://wwgshow.com/
News from St. Ignatius Catholic School

The Fall 2020 Howl is here! We hope all the members of our parish will take a moment to find out about what is happening at St. Ignatius Catholic School during this 2020-21 school year.

If you are not receiving The Howl directly to your inbox and would like to in the future, please subscribe at the bottom of the homepage of our website here. This is a great way for our parishioners to stay current on the important things happening at St. Ignatius! 


We are still looking for substitute teachers for the 2020-2021 school year. More information can be found HERE

Bishop Kelly is now accepting applications for a Route Bus Driver, Activities Bus Driver, Substitute Teachers, and Substitute Kitchen Assistants. For a complete job description and how to apply, go to: www.bk.org/about-bk/employment
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