Our Mass Times

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Daily Week Day:

9:00am

Saturday Evening:

5:00pm

Sunday Morning:

7:30am, 9:00am,

10:30am and 12 noon

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Create a clean heart in me, O God, and renew a right spirit within me... Psalm 51-10

Facilities Faith Lift

Thank you for your continued support of our
Facilities Faith Lift Campaign. Your support
and prayers are vitally important to the success
of our three year campaign.

We are continuing to accept pledges to our
Capital Campaign at any time during the three
year duration. If you wish to make a pledge
but have not had the opportunity to, please
return your commitment card to the parish via
Sunday Collections, or bring it to our office at
a time that is convenient for you. We also have
extra commitment cards available in the office
if you should need one. To all current pledgers:
Please know that you can make your pledge
payment at any time that is convenient for you.
Please contact Gayle Fontaine at the parish
office if you have any questions at all
concerning your pledge payment.
2015 Year-end pledge statements will be
mailed to all parishioners who are
participating in our Capital Campaign. If you
would like to receive one in the interim,
please call and let our office know.

Please don’t forget about our Penny Pledge!
Our next goal is $4,000, and we are well on
our way with total deposits to date of
$3,812.01 or 381,201 pennies! Keep them
coming!!! The penny container for deposits
has been moved to the far back left corner of
the Narthex when exiting the church. This
will be its new home for the next three years.
We thank you sincerely for your pennies…
our challenge is not to spend one penny for
the three years of our Facilities Faith Lift
Campaign, but to donate them to the
Campaign instead. Thank you for your
support!

How to Give

Please click on this link to find important
Questions and Answers about How to Give:

Online Pledge Payments

Parish-Giving

Facilities Faith Lift Prayer

"Thank you Father, for every blessing comes
from You.

You gifted us with time, talent and treasure.
Teach us to give time first to You. Teach us
how to pray.

You bestowed on us unique talents. By unifying
our gifts, You connect us as one body.

Teach us how to serve.

Time and Talent together create our treasures.
Teach us how to glorify YOU with every breath
of our lives."
Facilities Faith Lift Saint
Columbkill
2015 Capital
Stewardship
Campaign

Mass Schedule For This Week

Saturday 02/13:

5pm: Father Marty Kern


Sunday 02/14:

7:30am: Father Marty Kern

9:00am: Father Marty Kern

10:30am: Father Marty Kern

12 noon: Father Marty Kern


Lenten Schedule 2016

Daily Mass at St. Columbkill:

9:00am (Monday thru Friday)

Wednesday evenings at 7:00pm

Thursday mornings at 6:30am


Eucharistic Adoration:

Every Monday after 9am Mass
9:30am to 9pm.


Miraculous Medal Novena:

Every Monday after 9am Mass


The Most Holy Rosary:

Daily Morning Mass
Monday Evenings 6:30pm.


Sacrament of Reconciliation:

(Confession)

Saturdays 4:00pm to 4:45pm

By Appointment: Call 610-367-2371


Stations of the Cross:

Every Friday Evening 7:00pm

(following our Simple Supper)


Liturgy Of The Hours:

Sunday Evening Vespers 6:00pm

(in the Holy Family Chapel)


Fasting

Who must fast?

All Catholics who are between the
ages of 18 and 50 are to fast on
Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.


What does fasting mean?

The observance of fasting means
that those obliged may take only
one (1) full meal on the day of
fast. Two (2) smaller meals may
be taken to maintain strength as
one's needs require.


Who must abstain?

All Catholics who are 14 and older
must abstain from meat and meat
products on Ash Wednesday and
Fridays of Lent.


What does abstinence mean?

The Law of Abstinence forbids
eating meat and meat products.
Voluntary Abstinence refers to
refraining from lawful pleasures in
a spirit of penance, eg, smoking,
snacks, TV/movies, computer/video
games etc.


What other obligations must we fulfill

Anyone conscious of serious sin is
reminded of the obligation to make
a good confession at least once a
year, In addition, all Catholics are
required to fulfill what has come to
knowm.


Sacramental Life

Reconciliation / Confessions:

Saturday, 4:00 to 5:00pm or any
time by contacting the Parish office.


Baptism:

1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at
1:00pm. Baptism Prep Classes for
parents and god-parents are held the
2nd and 4th Sundays of the month
at 1:15pm in the Ehst Room.


Matrimony:

Arrangements must be made a
minimum of 6 months in advance.
All couples must participate in the
Marriage Prep-Program.


Cub Pack 545

Want more information? Check out
the brochure:

Parish Office

200 Indian Spring Road
Boyertown, PA 19512
Office Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 9am to 5pm

(610) 367-2371 Fax: (610) 369-0242
e-mail: fathermarty@stcolumbkill.com

Weekly Bulletin Online

Click here to get the weekly bulletin.

New Mass Responses

View the Updated Mass Response cards.

Bishop's Annual Appeal

Click here to get more information.
Click here to watch the video.

Going on Vacation?

Checkout the Mass times near your
vacation destination: www.masstimes.org
Faith... you can't leave home without it!

Do You Know?

The 9am Sunday mass is signed for the Hearing Impaired

Our facility is wheel chair accessible with sidewalk ramps, ample Handicapped Parking

Parish Registration

Are you interested in joining our Parish? If so, please complete the registration form:
Registration Form
Registration

and return to our Parish Office either in person, by mail, by email, or through the weekend collection.

Parish Mission

"Finding God!"
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
March 13th thru 15th
Led by Fr. Leo Patalinghug


MBS Lenten Schedule

Masses:
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
6:30am & 12 Noon

Tuesday & Thursday 7:00pm
Saturday 8:00am

Stations Of The Cross
Every Friday of Lent 7:00pm