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12:15PM

Lenten Fasting/Abstinence Obligation

REMINDER: Ash Wednesday is an obligatory day of universal fast and abstinence. Fasting is obligatory for all who have completed their 18th year and have not yet reached their 60th year. Fasting allows a person to eat one full meal. Two smaller meals may be taken, not to equal one full meal. Abstinence (from meat) is obligatory for all who have reached their 14th year.

Fridays in Lent are obligatory days of complete abstinence (from meat) for all who have completed their 14th year.

 

11:51AM

Lent Begins March 1st!

LENT IS ALMOST HERE!

 

ASH WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE (MARCH 1ST)

*day of abstinence from meat & fasting

      Mass Times: 9AM & 7PM

       Eucharistic Adoration: 7:30PM

 

FRIDAYS OF LENT JOIN US: 

*days to abstain from eating meat

     6PM Simple Meatless Potluck

     7PM Stations of the Cross

     7:30PM Eucharistic Adoration/Confession

 

 

CONFESSION SCHEDULE: Fridays 7:30PM & Saturdays 4:00-4:45PM

ST NICHOLAS PARISH PENANCE SERVICE: Tuesday, March 28th, 7PM

 

 


1:44PM

St Nicholas Church's Sweetheart Dinner and Dance

"Then and Now"   

Saturday, February 11th at 6:30pm

Mark your calendars and treat your sweetheart to a night down memory lane. This is an evening of dinner, dancing, and conversation for any and all COUPLES who wish to attend. The cost of of evening is $60 per couple. Dinner will be catered by "The Works." 

Come join fellow parishioners for an enjoyable evening celebrating married love and devotion!

Tickets go on sale this weekend and next weekend after Mass OR reserve your tickets at any time on our website's "Sweetheart Dance" page. 

2:06PM

Catholic Singles Valentine's Day Social Event 

ATTENTION CATHOLIC SINGLES

Valentine's Day Social

Bobby's Downtown Restaurant in Fairbanks

February 14th, 5-7pm

 

Enjoy a good meal and the company of other single Catholics. (Dinner will be pay-your-own way) 

 

Make reservations at (907) 374-9528 

~Teresa Chepoda-Usibelli

The Office of Stewarship and Development

 


3:28PM

Road System Permanent Deacon Formation

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The Diocese of Fairbanks would like to announce the formation of a group of men to prayerfully consider a call to the permanent diaconate along the road system. Becoming a deacon involves a vocation from God; it is not simply another volunteer job or ministry. A person becomes a deacon not just out of personal desire or interest, but for the common good of the Church as determined by the bishop. The deacon is first and foremost a servant. He is an ordained servant to the Church, the People of God and to the community. His service provides the bishop and his priests greater latitude in their own ministries. It is for these reasons that the selection, discernment, and formation of deacon candidates are rigorous efforts. The entire formation process in fact, is a journey of discernment. Through systematic opportunities for prayer, spiritual direction, formal course work, and pastoral-skills development, the candidate is able to reflect critically on his life and the various ministries to which he might be assigned. This process of discernment continues to the very moment of ordination.

On Saturday, February 11th at 9:00 am, men interested in beginning their discernment will meet at the chancery office on the Cathedral property. Men must be at least 32 years old, full-initiated Catholics in good-standing and have a note of endorsement from his pastor in order to attend. This first meeting will outline the steps of pre-discernment, discernment/formation, and the commitment required to start the process. If you have questions, please contact Fr. Robert Fath at 907-374-9511 or email family@cbna.org.