Dear Parishioners and Friends of St. Ambrose Parish Family,

Here’s the link for Mass for the Fifth Sunday of Lent:

https://www.facebook.com/steven.janoski.33/videos/3684487938233327/

Thanks to Patrick King for assisting.

Reminder that both St. Michael and St. Ambrose Churches will be open for private prayer today (Sunday) from 9:00-11:00 a.m. Please observe all CDC guidelines. 

St. Ambrose Church is open during daily office hours (Monday-Friday 9:00-11:00 a.m.) and in the evening (Monday-Friday) from 5:00-7:00 p.m. for private prayer.  Again, please observe all CDC guidelines. 

If anyone in the parish needs financial assistance during this pandemic, please contact the St. Ambrose Community Outreach at 466=2921, extension 4.

If you know of any parishioner in need of meals or transportation assistance, please contact the parish office at 466-2921.

At the end of the Mass for the Fifth Sunday of Lent, I extended the Birthday Blessing for our April birthdays…a list of these folks is attached. april_birthdays.pdf

Adult Coloring Books are still the rage.  They are a great way to pass the time and a way to clear one’s mind.  I use them sometimes to prepare for prayer OR even use it as prayer.  Here’s a free download for you to consider using during this time of “sheltering.” catholic-coloringbook-Patheos.pdf

 

And so the kids aren’t left out…here’s a free download of Lent Stories for them.  Take-Up-Your-Cross-Print.pdf Lent lasts another ten days, so it’s not too late to reflect on these stories with your children/grandchildren.

 

 

And a set of Stations of the Cross to color….

Station-1-Coloring-Page.pdfStation-2-Coloring-Page.pdfStation-3-Coloring-Page.pdf Station-4-Coloring-Page.pdf Station-5-Coloring-Page.pdf Station-6-Coloring-Page.pdf Station-7-Coloring-Page.pdf Station-8-Coloring-Page.pdf Station-9-Coloring-Page.pdf Station-10-Coloring-Page.pdf Station-11-Coloring-Page.pdf Station-12-Coloring-Page.pdf Station-13-Coloring-Page.pdf Station-14-Coloring-Page.pdf

 

Please offer a little prayer for all those who are hospitalized, including the six-month old nephew of a parishioner.  The little guy’s name is Henry.

 

May God continue to bless all of you!