Thank You For Your Generosity to This Year’s Jesse Tree!

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Throughout Advent, Saint Clement parishioners generously supported 11 local charities with their wish lists for the season. Nearly all of the 1,450 tags were taken from the trees! Overall, as a parish, we were able to donate more than $14,647 in gift cards and donations, as well as more than 1,965 items of clothing, toys and more.

The following gives a breakdown of the distribution:

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Ash Wednesday Mass and Prayer Services

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Begin your Lenten journey with the visible reminder that we were shaped from clay by God's hands, and that we will return to God.

  • 7:00 a.m. | Full Mass with ash distribution
  • 9:00 a.m. | Full Mass with ash distribution
  • Noon | Prayer service with ash distribution
  • 4:00 p.m. | Prayer service with ash distribution
  • 5:30 p.m. | Prayer service with ash distribution
  • 7:00 p.m. | Full Mass with ash distribution
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5th Sunday in Ordinary Time Reflection by Rachel Espinoza

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I might be a Church nerd, but I love it when all of the readings for Sunday Mass coalesce around a single theme. Usually, the first reading and the Gospel have some parallel, but it’s not often that the second reading gets in on the action too. Today is one of those lucky days!

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Update on Parroquia San José, Luquillo, Puerto Rico

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The weekend of January 19 and 20, a small group of parishioners traveled to Puerto Rico to visit Parroquia San José (St. Joseph Parish) in Luquillo. If you recall, the parish suffered damages from Hurricane Maria in September 2017. Through our parish Lenten almsgiving, Ash Wednesday collection, 10% of the Anchor Ball paddle raise from 2018, and other generous donations, we were able to send the parish around $23,000 to assist with rebuilding efforts. After ongoing conversations with Fr.

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Parish Office Closed Wednesday and Thursday

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Please note, the parish office will be closed on Wednesday, January 30 and Thursday, January 31st due to inclement weather. Daily Mass and events will be canceled these days. 

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3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Reflection by Deacon Tim Sullivan

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Today's New Testament reading from Paul and the Gospel selection by Luke are very appropriate when we read the newspaper or watch the news at night. We have a terrible division in our country now, obviously disregarding Scripture. Paul makes the comparison between the body of the Church and our human bodies. In order for our human bodies to function in a healthy way, each part has to be intact. The various parts of the body are individually and collectively needed.

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