40 Days For Life 2018 Fall Campaign



Fall campaign 2018

Wed. Sept. 26 thru Sun. Nov.4 – 7:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. daily

We are praying at the right-of-way outside of

Planned Parenthood at 201 N. Hamilton in Richmond

Area churches are taking one day of the campaign and staffing it with parishioners to ensure prayer coverage

Saturday, October 27 is Saint Bridget’s Day

Please consider committing to one hour of prayer on this day either at the vigil site outside of Planned Parenthood,

in church, or in your home. Of course, you are welcome to pray anytime during this campaign!

Our goal is to have 24+ parishioners signed up.

Your prayers make a difference! Thank you.

  For more info go to: 40daysforlife.com/Richmond

Or contact Darius at dmyaz@verizon.net or by cell (804) 397-0754.

We pray for…

*An End to Abortion … (14,643 lives saved that we know of

since 40 Days for Life began in 2007)

*The conversion of abortion workers…(abbyjohnson.org)

*Healing of those hurt by abortion…

(rachelsvineyard.org, rv4hope@gmail.com)

*The continued success of our pregnancy resource centers –

prcrichmond.org, eastendpreg.org, pregnancytricities.org, phcchesterfield.com



September 26              St. Benedict

October 3                    Our Lady of Fatima

October 5                    Ironbridge Church

October 7                    Our Lady of Lourdes

October 9                   Saint Peter

October 10                  Saint John

October 11                  Saint Patrick

October 20                  Winn Baptist Church

October 21                  Holy Rosary

October 22                  Saint Michael

October 27                  Saint Bridget

October 28                  Saint Edward


FORMS:   40 Days_statement_of_peace 2018 2

first Sunday of the month is our weekend to do donuts

Dear Brother Knights,

This Sunday is the first Sunday of the month and it is our weekend to do donuts.  Please help out if you can at the 9:00 and 11:00 Masses.  The set up usually takes about twenty to thirty minutes so arrive at least a half hour before mass begins.  Then after Mass the serving and clean up take about another 30 minutes or so.  It is not difficult so if you have never done it before stop by and we will show you what to do.

  • Here are the basic steps:
  1. Make a pot of regular and a pot of decaf coffee.
  2. Remove the donuts from the boxes and put them on platters.  (Some of the donuts can be cut in half for the small children)
  3. After the priest processes out of church (but not before).
  4. Place the platters of donuts on the tables
  5. Pour and serve the drinks –  milk, lemonade, orange juice and water.  (Adults can serve themselves coffee)
  • After the crowd disperses after 9:00 mass.
  1. Everything back to the kitchen.
  2. Leave the coffee pots on the counter – the 11:00 mass will replenish them.
  3. Clean all of the platters used and leave in the dish strainer.
  4. Make sure the kitchen looks nice and neat.
  •  After 11:00 mass.
  1. The coffee pots will be emptied and cleaned and put away.
  2. The platters will be washed, dried and put away.
  3. All the counters will be wiped and the kitchen left nice and clean.

Wow! Wasn’t that easy and soooo much fun!?  Join us this Sunday all you who attend the 9:00 and 11:00 masses.  Your families can help too!

Thank you,

Jay Pierotti, KOC Council 5476 Minister of Donuts