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June 4, 2017 † Pentecost Sunday

Sun, June 4, HOLY MASS 10:00am – Pentecost Sunday (St. Francis Caracciolo, C)

For Wayne Pivarunas and in honor of the Holy Family(Wayne Pivarunas)

Mon, June 5, HOLY MASS 9:00am – Pentecost Monday (St. Boniface, BM)

Tue, June 6, No Mass in Springs – Pentecost Tuesday (St. Norbert, BC)

Wed, June 7, No Mass in Springs – Ember Wednesday (St. Robert of Newminster, Ab)

Thurs, June 8, No Mass in Springs – Pentecost Thursday (S. Medard &Gildard, BbCc)

Fri, June 9, No Mass in Springs – Ember Friday (Ss. Primus & Felician, Mm)

Sat, June 10, No Mass in Springs – Ember Saturday (St. Margaret of Scotland, QW)

Sun, June 11, HOLY MASS 1:30pm – Trinity Sunday (St. Barnabas, Ap)

For Wayne Pivarunas and in honor of the Holy Family(Wayne Pivarunas)

“But he who loves Me will be loved by My Father, and I will love Him and manifest Myself to him.”

– Gospel from the Vigil of Pentecost


Sunday, June 4 – Ron F., James K.

Monday, June 5 – Thomas V., Oliver V.

Sunday, June 11 – Jason F., Nicholas V.

PLEASE PRAY FOR: Please keep in your prayers Mrs. Helen Ahern, Anna Ahern, Kyle Kaltenbacher,

Elijah Nosko, Mr. James Gallegos, Mrs. Rosalie Pottenger, Mr. Richard Pottenger and Mr. Jose Anaya. (Please contact the Sisters if you know of anyone who needs to be added to the prayer list.

EMBER DAYS: This Wednesday, Friday and Monday are Ember days of Pentecost. Wednesday and Saturday are days of fast and partial abstinence, complete abstinence on Friday. Please refer to the back of your Catholic calendar for the laws regarding these days.

PENTECOST!!! Mass today will be at 10:00am. Let us, on this most solemn feast, the Birthday of the

Church, to renew our love for the Holy Ghost, the Sanctifier of our souls and to pray to our Confirmation

patron for perseverance and strength. Let us all be grateful for our own confirmation, and pray for the

bishop who confirmed us and for our sponsor.

DRESS CODE FOR CMRI CHAPELS: Out of respect for the Blessed Sacrament, and in keeping with

Christian modesty, please observe the following standards of dress: Women and girls—A suitable hat or veil should be used, that covers at least the crown of the head (I Cor. 11:5, 6, 10). No slacks, no sleeveless,

revealing, or low-cut clothing (the Mary-like Crusade’s standard is that a dress be not cut more than two

fingers’ width below pit of throat). Dresses & skirts should cover knees when you are standing or sitting, and not have long slits in them. Strapless or spaghetti-strap clothing is always sinfully immodest and should never be worn. Please avoid “straight skirts” as well, since they are usually form-fitting and tight. Men and boys—Suit coat and tie, dress slacks, or other formal attire. Jeans, shorts, “flip-flops,” and other casual attire are inappropriate for church! Be sure to also avoid clothing with logos and/or large lettering, as these can be quite distracting. We welcome all our guests and visitors, and encourage you to read the blue pamphlet “Welcome to the Traditional Latin Mass” (available in the bookstore). It explains why we must completely avoid the modern Mass and liturgies introduced since Vatican II.

Veni Sancte Spiritus” 

Come, Holy Ghost, send down those beams, Which sweetly flow in silent streams,

From Thy bright throne above. O Come, Thou Father of the poor,

O come, Thou source of all our store, Come fill our hearts with love.

O Thou, of comforters the best, O Thou, the soul's delightful guest,

The pilgrim's sweet relief. Rest are Thou in our toil, most sweet,

Refreshment in the noonday heat; And solace in our grief.

O blessed Light of life Thou art; Fill with Thy light the inmost heart

Of those who hope in Thee. Without Thy Godhead nothing can,

Have any price or worth in man, Nothing can harmless be.

Lord, wash our sinful stains away, Refresh from heaven our barren clay,

Our wounds and bruises heal. To Thy sweet yoke our stiff neck bow,

Warm with Thy fire our hearts of snow Our wandering feet recall.

Grant to Thy faithful, dearest Lord, Whose only hope is in Thy word,

The sevenfold gifts of grace. Grant us in life Thy grace that we,

In peace may die and ever be, In joy before Thy face.