|of Beach, Golva, and Medora, North Dakota
FULL STEWARDSHIP PARISHES
162 2nd Avenue SE
PO Box 337
Beach, ND 58621
Fax: (701) 872-4377
Pastor: Father Daniel Berg
Office hours 9-4 M-TH 9-2 F Summer
Office hours 9-4:30 M-F Winter
St. John the Baptist
Summer: April 30 to Oct. 29, 2016
Sunday: 10.30AM year round
Daily Mass times: Check the bulletin.
Winter: Saturday 4:00PM November through April
St. Mary's Golva
Sunday: 8:00AM year round
St. Mary's Medora
Summer: April 30 to Oct. 29, 2016
Saturday: 4:00PM at the church until May 28 then
switches to the Medora Community Building through
Sept. 10. Then switches back to the church through
From November through April - No services
Regular times plus communal services during Advent & Lent.
St. John's: l/2 Hour before Daily Mass
(confession available following the weekend Masses at St. John the Baptist)
Saturday: 1 Hour Before Mass
St. Mary's: l/2 Hour before Mass
*ANYTIME BY APPOINTMENT*
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
This sacrament is celebrated annually in each parish
community. Anyone preparing for surgery or wishing
to receive the sacrament is asked to call the parish office.
Please notify the pastor upon admission of a family member
into the hospital.
St. John's call Marian Quale at 872-4617
St. Mary's-G call Charlene Weinreis 872-5777
COMMUNION TO SHUT-INS
Any homebound parishioner wishing to receive Communion
on Sunday is asked to call the parish office.
Contact the parish office at least one month before the baby is
to be born.
Contact the parish office and visit with the priest
at least nine months before the desired date.
|Tri-Parish Catholic Churches
|US Conference of Catholic Bishops
Canon Law, Bible Verses
and much more.
|Hi Father Dan:
I HAVE BEEN AWAY FROM THE CATHOLIC CHURCH FOR SOME TIME NOW – HOW DO I COME HOME AND BECOME ACTIVE AGAIN?
• Recognize that your Father in Heaven wants you to come home. Regardless of what has happened in your life or how long you've been away, you can always come
home to the Catholic Church. And our Lord wants you to come home. Think about the Prodigal Son. The young man had walked away from his father. But eventually, he
had a change of heart and tentatively made his way home, full of doubts about whether his father would accept him back. The story has a happy ending. Not only did the
father welcome his son home again, but he threw a party in celebration of his son's return!
• Call Father Berg and schedule a good visit. He would love to meet with you to hear about your journey home and to help your transition in becoming active again. During
this visit, any concerns or issues you had could be discussed. As well, he could determine whether you need any help with irregular sacramental situations, (for example:
getting your marriage con-validated if you were married outside the Church, addressing unbaptized or unconfirmed children, etc).
Lenten Regulations: During the season of Lent, Catholics are called to take part in certain
days of fasting and abstinence. The Rules for Roman Catholics in the United States for
"fasting and abstinence": Every person 14 years of age or older must abstain from meat
(and items made with meat) on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday, and all the Fridays of Lent.
- Every person between the age of 18 and 59 (your 59th birthday begins your 60th
year) must fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.
- Every person 14 years of age or older must abstain from meat on all other Fridays of
the year, unless he or she substitutes some other form of penance for abstinence.
- When fasting, a person is permitted to eat one full meal. Two smaller meals may also
be taken, but not to equal a full meal.
- March 31
- 5:30 -6:30pm
- Fish Fry
- Golva Knights of
- At St. Mary's Golva
* Free will offering.
* * *
We are raising funds