Flu Shots

Walgreens will be offering free flu vaccinations at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church on September 23, after the 5:00 pm Mass, in the Social Hall. Every flu shot given will help provide children in need access to life-saving vaccines. Immunizations are one of the world’s biggest public health success stories. But

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Council of Catholic Women

Blessed Sacrament Council of Catholic Women conclude their summer recess and will hold their first meeting for the upcoming year on Tuesday, September 19th. Join us for another year packed with special speakers and outstanding events. Meetings begin promptly at 11:00 am in the Social Hall followed by a pot

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Come Join the Music Ministry at BSCC

All singers and instrumentalists are invited to join the Music Ministry at Blessed Sacrament. Prior experience not required, and there is an opportunity for almost all ages and ability. Ensembles will begin following Labor Day weekend. SANCTUARY CHOIR Sanctuary Choir is comprised of volunteer members who give of their time

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Community Breakfast

Join us next weekend after the 8:00am and 10:00am Mass in the Social Hall for delicious scrambled eggs, sizzling sausage, fluffy pancakes, chilled orange juice, hot coffee and tea. Sposored by BSCC Men’s Club. Suggested donation $5 per person. Children under 10 are free.

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Thank You

Friday, August 4 marks the end of a chapter for our Maintenance Supervisor, Greg Nielsen, who retires after 15 years of service to the community of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church. Greg, we thank you for all that you have given to this community. As you journey onward, may you remember

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The 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Dear Parishioners, Happy Independence Day Weekend! I share with you, once again, the prayer written in 1791 by Bishop John Carroll of Baltimore, our nation’s very first Bishop, and adapted for today’s use: We pray, Thee O Almighty and Eternal God! Who through Jesus Christ hast revealed Thy glory to

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The 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Dear Parishioners, I have always admired “fearless” people who have the surety of character and ability to boldly enter into a difficult situation and face it head on. It can be seen in the faces and actions of first responders, peacekeepers and many others who, with a strong sense of

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The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

Dear Parishioners, Each year, on the second Sunday following the Solemnity of Pentecost, the Church pauses to reflect upon the gift of the Holy Communion. On this Sunday, known more frequently by its Latin name of Corpus Christi, I can’t help but be reminded of some words of the theologian

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Campus Weather Updates

Threat for Strong/Severe storms is increasing. Tornado Watch in effect until 3 pm EDT. A Lake Wind Advisory is in effect through 8 PM this evening. Some thunderstorms could become severe with wind gusts of 58 mph or greater. Small hail, frequent lightning, and an isolated tornado or two will be

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What does the Church believe about Mary?

Traditionally the Catholic Church has honored Mary, the mother of Jesus, during the month of May. Some parishes hold May processions—participants sing hymns about Mary, recite the Rosary, and crown a statue of Mary with a wreath of flowers. Some people believe, mistakenly, that Catholics worship Mary. Worship is reserved

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