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WELCOMEWe would like to extend a warm welcome to all who arevisiting St. Mary’s Cathedral. Whether you are from a nearbyparish, a traveler from out of state, or not a Catholic, we arepleased to have you celebrate with us.WORSHIPSchool Mass: We are invited to join the students, faculty andparents of Cathedral School for Mass, Wednesday, April 11 at8:30am.Young Adult Mass: Join the Metropolitan CatholicFellowship young adults (18-39+) for this monthly Mass,Sunday, April 15 at 5:30pm. For more information aboutother MCF events go to their website at mcfpdx.org.Seniors’ Communion Service: Please join the Third graderson Wednesday, April 18 at 11am in the church for acommunion service followed by lunch in the CathedralCenter. Call Gail Kingsley at 503.241.2521 with questions.FAITH FORMATIONThe Contemporary Issues & Faith Series: On Tuesday,April 10 at 7pm in the Cathedral Lower Center, HeatherKnight, John and Robin Pigott will present An Ancient Walkfor Modern Times: The Camino de Santiago. Since the timeof Exodus, the People of God have been in motion, a pilgrimpeople, a people in progress. Three of our parishioners sharethe journey of their walk to St.-Jacques de Compostella inSpain. There is no need to register and no fee to attend.Baptismal Preparation for Parents of Infants: The nextsession will be on Thursday, April 26 at 7pm in the CathedralUpper Center. Enter from NW 17th Street.SOCIAL SERVICESHygiene and Cleaning Items Collection: As the Springvacation approaches, we ask all our parishioners to rememberthe homeless and donate their travel hygiene items to ouroutreach programs. A collection basket will be placed in thevestibule of the church. Thanks so much!STEWARDSHIPElectronic Giving! St. Mary’s Cathedral online contributionprogram is up and running! To set up your giving go to ourwebsite: maryscathedral.com, and click the E-Giving buttonon the left side of the Welcome Page. Registered parishionersare able to donate via credit/debit cards or checking/savingaccount. Parishioner numbers must also be part of thedonation information. If you do not know/remember yourparishioner number, please call the parish office and we willbe happy to give it to you.OTHER ITEMS OF INTERESTMetropolitan Catholic Fellowship Service Event: Pleasejoin us at Blanchet House of Hospitality on Saturday, April 14at 11am to help serve lunch. Blanchet’s mission is to feed,clothe and shelter those in need in downtown Portland. PleaseRSVP for this event as the volunteer openings are limited.Contact Emily at Emily@mcfpdx.org.University of Portland’s 18th Annual Reading Fair isSunday, April 15 from 11am-3pm in the Chiles Center on UPcampus. The event is free to attend, and every child willreceive a free, new book of their choice. Kid-friendly eventsthroughout the day include live readings from children’sauthors; arts, crafts and games that focus on reading; and anobstacle course.Rebuilding Together: Join MCF for this incredible annualservice project on Saturday, April 28. Partner with St. Mary'sCathedral and Rebuilding Together, MCF rehabilitates thehomes of low-income homeowners particularly the elderly,disabled and families with children, so they can continue tolive in warmth, safety and independence. We will be helpingto rebuild two homes this year and we need your help to makethis day a success! No special skills are required, just awillingness to help and an open mind. Come join us! RSVPsoon! Please, contact: Emily@mcfpdx.org.Art of Cinema Series hosted by Fr. Chun. Rent and viewthese movies: Chungyang (Korea’s most famous story) andAngel A (from France), before the discussion on Monday,May 7 from 7-8:45pm in the Lower Cathedral Center.Mark Your Calendars for the Annual Archbishop’sSeminary Tea on Wednesday, May 9 from 4-7pm at thePortland Golf Club. Come have tea and meet ArchbishopJohn Vlazny, Bishop Kenneth Steiner and Abbott GregoryDuerr. Tickets are $25 and are available at the tea.Rice Bowls: If you have not already done so, please turn inyour Rice Bowls. You may put them in the collection basket,drop them off at the parish office or write a check for theamount you collected (put Rice Bowl in the memo line).The Knights of Columbus Council #15295 wouldlike to thank everyone for supporting our simplesupper during the Lenten Season.

ST. M ARY’SCATHEDRALOF THEIMM ACULATE CONCEPTIONMOST REV. JOHN G. VLAZNYArchbishop of PortlandREV. PATRICK BRENNANPastorPARISH OFFICE: 503-228-43971716 NW Davis StreetPortland, Oregon 97209-2120Fax: 503-242-2568Web site: www.maryscathedral.comHours: 9am to Noon and 1pm to 5pm,Monday through Friday. At other times,phone messages will be relayed.PARISH STAFF:Rev. Patrick Brennan, PastorDeacon Thomas GornickDeacon Craig CaseyAmy Biggs, School PrincipalPaulette Peynet, Director of RCIAStephanie Fisher-Hunt, DirectorSunday School of ReligionJulie Cettina, BookkeeperElizabeth Stephenson, Administrative AssistantSr. Rita Vistica, Adult Education CoordinatorMary Jo Gornick, ReceptionistAlex Chan, ReceptionistAngela Westhoff-Johnson, Music DirectorDouglas Schneider, OrganistWade Wisler, Chair, Pastoral CouncilSOCIAL SERVICES OFFICE:Gail Burke Kingsley, 503-241-2521ST. MARY’S CATHEDRAL PARISH SCHOOL:503-275-9370 Web site: cathedral-or.orgBULLETIN NOTICES: Must be submitted by 5pmTuesday to the Parish Office or sent to:office@maryscathedral.org.LITURGIES (MASSES):SATURDAY VIGIL:5:30pm Congregational SingingSUNDAY MASSES:7:30am9am Congregational Singing11am Cathedral Choir5:30pm Contemporary EnsembleDAILY MASSES:7:30am and 5:30pmAdoration Chapel: 6am-6pmContact: Wilma Sawyer, 503-275-6119BAPTISM: Infant & Adults: Please contactthe Parish Office.MARRIAGE: Call the Parish Office.Preferably six months in advance from yourwedding date.RECONCILIATION (CONFESSIONS):SATURDAY: 4-5:15pm.Other times by appointment.ANOINTING OF THE SICK: Celebrate thishealing sacrament before your scheduled surgeryor hospital stay. Call the ParishOffice.NEW TO PARISH: We extend a warmwelcome to new parishioners. Registrationforms are in the book racks by church entrance.

Presiders:Vigil7:30Fr. Patrick BrennanFr. Patrick Brennan11:00 Fr. John Tuohey9:00 Fr. John Tuohey 5:30 Fr. Patrick BrennanLectors:Vigil Karianne Kenyon, Betty Donnelly7:30 Pat Pearce9:00 Hayden Thomas, Dan Bush11:00 Christina Friedhoff, Daniel Lyons5:30 Young Adult MassGreeters & Ushers:Vigil Brian Kirkwood9:00 Karie & Lenny Enriquez, Pat Walters,Bill Kehrli, John Carlos11:00 Bill Joyce, Sr. Connie Furseth, Michael Thayer,Chris O’Brien, Gary TownsendLiturgical Ministers - Apr 14 & 15Extraordinary Ministers of Holy CommunionVigil Karen Knight, Margy Willis7:30 Pat Pearce, Todd Adkisson, Bob Simmons9:00 Valarie Marrs, Steve Brophy, Ann Mepham,Sherry Feather, Debbie Ackroyd, Tracy Niedermeyer11:00 Esneda Patton, Eileen Vallone, Donne Merriman,Joan Townsend, Cerise Joe, West Morrill5:30 Young Adult MassAltar Servers:Vigil Melissa Kelly, Maria & Peter Bocci7:30 TBA9:00 Ashley & Brigitte Mepham, Erin Foley11:00 Olivia & Anthony Langton, Emily Buchholz5:30 Tully & Payton Bush, Olivia Anderson

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