On Monday, November 3 at 7:00 PM in the church there will be a Mass of Remembrance for all those who have lost a loved one in the last year. Please come and join us for the liturgical celebration.
Letters from our pastor, Father Tom, have been mailed to all parishioners. Please use the special envelope to indicate your new contribution amount and enclose it in this envelope. In succeeding weeks place that amount in your regular Sunday envelope or online giving.
Thanks to all for our very successful 5th Annual Mitzvah Day! Our thanks to God for the beautiful weather first of all. Thank you to the 300+ volunteers who engaged in 28 activities and service sites. Your generosity and flexibility was amazing. Thank you to all those who donated blood or attempted to give blood, a total of 41 pints was given. Thanks to all who prayed for us for the success of the day. We also thank the committee which organized the day: Jan Cote, Mary Horvath, Deb Celhar, Andy Hunt, Eva Vitello, Cathy Staines, Barbara Long, Carla Spates, Ann Landau, and Pat Slater. Thanks to Deb Gardner-Lozado who organized the potluck and thanks to the potluck helpers. Thanks to Joy Pearl who did data entry and Ben DiPaolo, her back up.
Thank you to those who donated gift cards and cash to help out with food and supplies for the service sites. Thanks to those who donated toiletries, craft items. socks and cell phones. A special thanks to Third Base Sports who donated our Mitzvah t-shirts and Eric Danver of Papa John's who donated our lunch pizzas. We are grateful for a parish where this type of activity can happen. The ground is tilled all year through ongoing generosity and compassionate care. Thank you.
Do you know someone who may feel there is something missing in their lives? Perhaps you have a sister, brother, cousin or friend that was baptized but never made their First Eucharist or Confirmation in the Catholic Church. If you do, why not suggest the RCIA program. This journey of faith may be just what they are seeking for. The RCIA team is now welcoming new people into the Inquiry Phase of Discernment. If you have any questions or would like to inquire, please call Barbara Long at 856-810-0881.
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Saturday Evening 4:30 PM Sunday Morning 7:30, 9:00, and 11:00 AM Sunday Evening 7:00 PM Monday- Friday 8:00 AM First Saturday Mass - 6:30 AM Saturday Communion Service - 9:00 AM Holy Days: 7:00 PM Vigil, 8:00 AM, 12 Noon, 7:00 PM
Saturday 3:30 - 4:00 PM or by appointment
Matthew: 22: 34 – 40
(instead of a question for the adults, we off this method of pondering Scripture called Lectio Divina)- Listen: Listen for God’s Word or a passage that touches your heart- Meditate: Ponder the word. Allow God’s word to resonate in you.- Contemplate: Notice the presence of God’s love within you. Allow yourself to be still in God’s presence- Converse: Speak to God your thoughts and feelings. Share what you found in your heart.
God commands us to love Him and to love each other. If all people did this, what would our world be like?
How do you know that God loves you? How do you share God’s love?
October 26, 2014
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