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The Season Of Lent

The Season of Lent

Lent is the liturgical season that prepares us for Christ’s death and Resurrection. In this season of penitential preparation, we turn our hearts and minds to God through prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. Lent lasts 40 days, from Ash Wednesday to Holy Thursday, excluding Sundays. Sundays are an important part of Lent, but we do not include them in the “40 days” because every Sunday, we remember and celebrate the Resurrection of Christ in the Mass.

Palm Sunday, the last Sunday during Lent, occurs on March 24. It signifies Jesus’s triumphant return to Jerusalem after spending 40 days and nights in the desert. Good Friday occurs between Palm Sunday and Easter as part of the Easter Triduum. It will occur on March 29, one day after Holy Thursday.

Lent ends with the start of the Mass of the Lord’s Supper on Holy Thursday. This year, Lent ends on March 28. Easter falls on Sunday, March 31. Easter is a moveable feast as opposed to a fixed date each year. Easter is celebrated on the Sunday following the first full moon of spring (March 21 or later) and dates back to the Council of Nicea in 325.

 

 

 

 

 

Join Us At The
Lenten Fish Fry

2024 Saint Charles Borromeo Parish Lenten Fish Fry events.

The 2024 Saint Charles Lent Fish Frys will occur on February 16, March 1, and March 22 from 4 to 7 pm in Borromeo Hall. Carryout service will be available in the Commons Space. There will be tasty items for the whole family. View the flyer now.

The Fish Fry dinner menu will include your choice of Batter-Fried Fish, Baked Fish, Cajun Shrimp, or Clam Chowder that includes a baked potato, coleslaw, Italian bread, dessert, and drink (tea or lemonade – dine-in only). A Pizza and Mac & Cheese dinner will be available for kids.

The cost is $12 for the Fish and Clam Chowder meals, $14 for the Cajun Shrimp meal, and $5 for the kids' meal. The Knights of Columbus Council 3414 and Saint Charles Team Rebuilt sponsor the Saint Charles Lenten Fish Frys.

 

 

 

 

St Joseph's Table - March 17

St. Joseph's Table event at Saint Charles Borromeo Parish

Mark your calendar; the 2024 annual St. Joseph Table event will occur on March 17 (11 a.m. to 6 p.m.) in Borromeo Hall.

View the beautiful table filled with homemade foods and enjoy the wonderful Italian dinner. You can also purchase homemade Italian cookies, candies, cannoli, pastries, bread, and Betty’s Famous Chocolates. A raffle for various quilts will also be available.

Dinner will include Milanese pasta, Pasta with plain sauce, bread, Frozia, and beverages. There is no cost, but freewill donations will be accepted and greatly appreciated. Proceeds benefit those in need. Donate online now.

Monetary donations will be accepted by cash, check (payable to St. Joseph Table), or online here. The Table blessing and viewing will occur at 9:30 a.m. on March 17. Table donations may be delivered to Borromeo Hall on March 15 (non-perishable) and March 16 (perishable).

 

 

 

 

Jesus and the Eucharist
Study Groups

Jesus and the Eucharist Group Study at Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church

Saint Charles will offer the Jesus and the Eucharist study group as part of our parish participation in the National Eucharistic Revival. This seven-part series will focus on the Kerygma (Greek word for “proclamation”) at the center of our Eucharistic faith. Study groups will be offered in both English and Spanish in Borromeo Hall. Everyone is welcome to join us at any session.

The study topics will be Session 1) "What’s Our Story?" Session 2) "Who is Jesus?" Session 3) "Am I Saved?" Session 4) "Why a Church?" Session 5) "God is with Us." Session 6) "The Story of the Eucharist.” and Session 7) “Bread for the Journey."

The English study group will be offered each Thursday (from 1 to 3 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.). The session dates will be February 15, 22, and 29; March 7, 14, and 21; and April 4. The Spanish study group will meet each Wednesday (7 to 8:30 p.m.). The Spanish session dates will be February 21 and 28, March 6, 13, and 20, and April 3 and 10. Questions? Please contact Barb Liles at [email protected].

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Sign Up For The
SCB Business Friends List

Saint Charles Borromeo Business Friends Sign Up

Saint Charles is starting the SCB Business Friends List. A resource to our parish and school community, allowing them to patronize our parishioners, friends, Alumni, parents, family members, and staff who have businesses. The list will be published soon on both the parish and school websites.

If you are a present or past member of our parish or school community, put your business on the list now by clicking here or on the image below.

Questions? Contact Lane at [email protected].

 

 

 

 

 

Support The 2024
Annual Catholic Appeal

Bishop Johnston invites all to be part of serving God with the gifts you have been given by participating in the 2024 Annual Catholic Appeal (ACA) from the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph. The ACA is the primary means for the Diocese to fund more than 30 ministries providing critical assistance to our parishes and Catholics throughout the diocese. This year’s Appeal is guided by our theme, “Giving in Love.”

God has given us many blessings. Let us join as one family through acts of love as disciples of Our Lord. The 2024 financial goal is $2,000,000. These funds provide the foundational support for the key Diocese Ministries: Pastoral (Vocation Office, Seminarian Education, Office of Consecrated Life, Diaconate Program, Divine Worship Office, Priestly Life and Ministry, Marriage and Family Life, Young Adult Ministry, Campus Ministry, Office of Youth Ministry, Human Rights Office, Respect Life Office, Office of the Tribunal, and Administrative Services for All Employees), Education/Faith Formation (Catholic School Office, Bright Futures Fund, and Office of Catechesis and Faith Formation) and Social Service/Outreach (Catholic Charities, Parish-Based Ministry Grants, and Hispanic Ministry).

Watch Bishop Johnston's video below to learn more.
Make your donation or pledge now.