May 17, 2015 - Warminster, Pa

Nativity of Our Lord Church
A Stewardship Community
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May 17, 2015
Seventh Sunday of Easter
MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday Vigil:5:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00, 10:00 & 12:00 Noon
Monday thru Friday 8:00 AM
Tuesday and Thursday 6:30 AM & 8:00 AM
First Friday 9:00 AM (October thru June)
Saturday: 8:00 AM
CONFESSIONS
Saturday: 7:30 - 7:50 AM & 3:30 - 4:30 PM
DAYTIME OFFICE HOURS~PARISH CENTER
Monday - Friday: 9:00 AM - Noon
& 1:00 - 4:00 PM
RECTORY ~ BY APPOINTMENT
Monday - Thursday : 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
& 6:30-7:30 PM
Friday - NO RECTORY HOURS
Saturday:& Sunday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Rev. Angelo R. Citino, Pastor
Rev. Msgr. William J.J. O’Donnell, Pastor Emeritus
Rev. John P. Masson, Parochial Vicar
Ms. Roselee Maddaloni, School Principal
Mrs. Jen Boag, Director of Religious Education
Mrs. Ann Marie Gervino, Director Adult Faith Formation
Mrs. Barbara Palo, Youth Minister
Michael Klenk, Director of Music
Mrs. Cheryl Kress, Business Manager
Rectory: 215-675-1925
School: 215-675-2820
Religious Education Office: 215-672-5316
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
Second & Fourth Sunday of the month at 1:15 PM. Parents
are asked to come to the Baptismal Instruction the second
Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM in the Parish Conference
Center located behind the church. Please call the Parish Center to register for the Baptismal Instruction.
We, the Parish family of Nativity of Our Lord, proclaim that by our Baptism we have received the message of
Christmas the great love God has for all people and proclaim that love to all we meet, and so to make present
the Kingdom of God on earth by service to others and by working for justice and peace.
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Dear Parishioners,
This Saturday May 16th seven men were
ordained to the priesthood by Archbishop Chaput
for the church of Philadelphia. We as a church
give thanks and praise to Almighty God for these
men and the gift of their priesthood.
On this ordination weekend I ask you to
pray for our newly ordained priests, for us here at
Nativity and for all the priests throughout our
Archdiocese. We rely on your prayers. We are
grateful for the gift of Priesthood and hope to be
good priests as we minister in the name of Jesus.
Please join me in congratulating Msgr.
O’Donnell celebrating 63 years of priesthood, Father Graf celebrating 66 years, Father Masson
celebrating 3 years and I will be celebrating 38
years.
During this month of Ordinations and Ordination anniversaries we thank and praise God
for the gift of Priesthood in our Church and ask
that He continue to call and give the grace to respond to many more good and holy priest to serve
His people.
To all our new priests and to all our
priests, Ad Multos Annos!
God bless us all!
Father Angelo R. Citino
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Acts 19:1-8; Ps 68:2-3ab, 4-5acd, 6-7ab;
Jn 16:29-33
Tuesday: Acts 20:17-27; Ps 68:10-11, 20-21;
Jn 17:1-11a
Wednesday:Acts 20:28-38; Ps 68:29-30, 33-36ab;
Jn 17:11b-19
Thursday: Acts 22:30; 23:6-11; Ps 16:1-2a, 5, 7-11;
Jn 17:20-26
Friday:
Acts 25:13b-21; Ps 103:1-2, 11-12, 19-20ab;
Jn 21:15-19
Saturday: Acts 28:16-20, 30-31; Ps 11:4, 5, 7;
Jn 21:20-25
Sunday:
Vigil: Gn 11:1-9 or Ex 19:3-8a, 16-20b or
Ez 37:1-14 or Jl 3:1-5; Ps 104:1-2, 24, 35,
27-30; Rom 8:22-27; Jn 7:37-39
Day: Acts 2:1-11; Ps 104:1, 24, 29-31, 34;
1 Cor 12:3b-7, 12-13 or Gal 5:16-25;
Jn 20:19-23 or Jn 15:26-27; 16:12-15
Religious orders are not formed for the purpose of
gathering together perfect people but those who
have the courage to aim at perfection.
-Saint Francis DE Sales
GOD’S PLAN FOR GIVING ~ TITHING
Sunday May 10, 2015
Sunday Collection:
Online Giving:
Total Sunday
$17,281.06
$ 2,869.00
$20,150.06
Thank You for your support! Fr. Citino
H.O.P.E.
Captain for the week of
05/09 - 05/30 is Trish Lamb, 215-8174447.
Flowers for Saint Gianna
In honor of 50th wedding anniversary
Kathleen & Frank McCloskey
Our Sanctuary Lamp in the Church
burns in honor of
Anna
Flowers for Saint Joseph & Blessed Mother
in loving memory of
Robert Dee
Love Dee Family
Flowers for the Sacred Heart
In loving memory of
Thomas Catanese
We miss you and love you, your family
Catechism of the Catholic Church
283. What is the meaning of transubstantiation?
Transubstantiation means the change of the whole substance of bread into the substance of the Body of Christ
and of the whole substance of wine into the substance of
his Blood. This change is brought about in the eucharistic prayer through the efficacy of the word of Christ and
by the action of the Holy Spirit. However, the outward
characteristics of bread and wine, that is the “eucharistic
species”, remain unaltered.
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
Seventh Sunday of Easter;
World Communications Day
Monday:
St. John I
Wednesday: St. Bernardine of Siena
Thursday: St. Christopher Magellanes and
Companions; Julian Calendar Ascension
Friday:
St. Rita of Cascia
Saturday: Vigil of Pentecost; Shavuot (Jewish
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THIS WEEK AT NATIVITY
SATURDAY ~ May 16, 2015
7:00 AM ~ Saturday Morning Bible Study-H
8:00 PM ~ Faustina - Church
Messenger of Divine Mercy
MONDAY ~ May 18, 2015
7:00 PM ~ Pro-Life Meeting - PCC-K
7:00 PM ~ Kathleen McCarthy - C
TUESDAY ~ May 19, 2015
8:30 AM ~ Adoration
7:00 PM ~ Baptismal Class - PCC
WEDNESDAY ~ May 20, 2015
7:30 PM ~ Prayer Group - PCC
THURSDAY ~ May 21, 2015
12:00 PM ~ Senior Meeting/Luncheon - PCC
6:30 PM ~ Grief Support - MMC
7:00 PM ~ Bible Study - PCC
SATURDAY ~ May 23, 2015
7:00 AM ~ Saturday Morning Bible Study-H
SUNDAY ~ May 24, 2015
10:00 AM ~ Parish Celebration
of Pentecost - Church
****MASS CHANGES****
Beginning the first week of June the 6:30 AM mass
will be celebrated here at Nativity of Our Lord Parish on TUESDAY & THURSDAY ONLY.
We will return to the regular schedule the first week
of September, 2015.
MASS INTENTIONS
SATURDAY May 16, 2015
8:00 AM Ed Reilly
5:00 PM Frank Spada
SUNDAY May 17, 2015
8:00 AM Walter & Theadora Price
10:00 AM Andy Mumbauer
12:00 PM Frank Roselli
MONDAY May 18, 2015
6:30 AM NO
8:00 AM Kevin Kelleher
TUESDAY May 19, 2015
6:30 AM People of the Parish
8:00 AM Mark Roman ~ 1st Anniversary
WEDNESDAY May 20, 2015
6:30 AM Elizabeth, William and
Elmer Arner
8:00 AM Louis Berlanda
THURSDAY May 21, 2015
6:30 AM Deacon Bob Tracy
8:00 AM Emilio & Michael DiSandro
FRIDAY May 22, 2015
6:30 AM Margaret Hafich ~ 1st Anniversary
8:00 AM Joan Pursell ~ 1st Anniversary
SATURDAY May 23, 2015
8:00 AM Deacon Leo Gladnick
5:00 PM John & Catherine Thomas
SUNDAY May 24, 2015
8:00 AM John Lambert ~ 1st Anniversary
10:00 AM Francis Drulis
12:00 PM Jesus Garcia
NEPAL EARTHQUAKE RECOVERY
Brothers and Sisters,
We have all seen and heard the news about the devastation caused by the earthquake in Nepal. The United
States Conference of Catholic Bishops has suggested that
(arch)dioceses consider sponsoring a collection to support Catholic Relief Services (CRS) in their efforts to
help the Nepalese people in their recovery. Therefore,
Archbishop Chaput is asking the pastors in the Archdiocese to consider taking up a voluntary collection for the
benefit of the Nepalese people on the weekend of May
30 & 31.
As a result, Nativity of Our Lord will be doing a voluntary second collection on May 30 & 31 to help support
the Nepalese people. I ask that you be as generous as
your means allow. Your prayers and support for the
Nepalese people is greatly appreciated.
WEEKLY FAITH SHARING
Question of the Week
How do you determine what is true?
Our Parish Family is asked to pray:
for our military, police, firefighters & all
first responders. May God bless & protect
them.
Hospital Visits:
If you or a family member enters the hospital
unexpectedly, or while in the hospital need a priest in an
emergency situation, please ask the nurses or hospital
personnel to contact the chaplain on call. The parish
priest is happy to make hospital visits, but are not
available for emergencies. Every hospital has a priest on
call for emergencies.
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UPCOMING EVENTS
Nativity’s Evening Bible Study will begin an in-depth
study of the Gospel of Mark. Except for December,
the sessions will be on the first and third Thursdays of
each month at 7:00 PM at the Parish Conference Center. We will discuss Mark’s view of Jesus or Isaiah’s
Suffering Servant who takes on our sin to make atonement to God for us.
Nativity’s Evening Bible Study Schedule:
May 21
July 2 & 16
September 3& 17
November 5 & 19
June 4 & 18
August 6 & 20
October 1 & 15
Nativity Seniors will hold their
last meeting of the season on Thursday,
May 21, 2015, at 12 noon in the Parish
Conference Center. There will be a
free lunch for paid members only. Non
paid-up members will be charged $4.00
per person. Lunch will be pizza, a beverage and delicious home-made desserts.
Senior meetings will resume in September, 2015. For
further information please contact Grace at 215-3945893.
"A support group is a healthy,
safe place for you who are
grieving to bring yourselves,
your stories, your anger, and
your bewilderment, and to
know that it's likely that others will have been there
and will recognize in your story, their story. And it
is possible that something in your story
will encourage another griever in the group". Harold Ivan Smith.
Nativity Grief Group Spring Session is open to
any adult dealing with the loss of a loved one. We
meet on Thursday evenings, in the school media
room from 6:30 to 8 PM. Enter from the back of the
school and follow the blue balloons.
May 21 Surviving Stress as We Grieve
June 4 Memories are Our Treasures
For further information and/or questions, please call
Dot Cassidy (215) 672-8230 or Terri Carr (215) 441
-8478.
Divorced & Separated Support Group
Our parish has begun a monthly support group to
offer friendship and encouragement for those experiencing the pain of separation or divorce. The group
will meet the first Thursday of every month at 7:00
p.m. in Nativity’s Parish Hall. Next meeting will be
on June 4th. For further information, please contact
Nativity Parish Center: 215-675-1925.
Nativity of Our Lord
Church Welcomes
Kathleen
McCarthy
“You Will
Receive Power”
How to learn to hear the voice of the
Holy Spirit in your Life
Monday May 18, 2015, 7:00 p.m.
Nativity of Our Lord Church
Kathleen McCarthy is a published author, Catholic radio broadcaster & has been a
Catholic lay evangelist for over 40 years. Her
message of the Father’s merciful love, the Real
Presence in the Holy Eucharist, & the power of
the Holy Spirit are central to the doctrines of the
Catholic Church.
Kathleen has traveled across the country
& internationally as a sought after conference
speaker. She gives days of renewal, parish retreats and workshops. Kathleen has been involved in healing ministry for over four decades. Her willingness to share her faith & wisdom has established her as a dynamic instrument for proclaiming God’s word to both believers & inactive Catholics of all ages. She is a
gifted speaker who shares with enthusiasm &
motivates many to experience the living God.
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Do you love Mary?
Is she your loving mother?
Then come honor her by sharing
her love and care with others. Legion of Mary members will visit
our lonely, sometimes forgotten
neighbors who are so very grateful
for our attention. Morning and
evening times are available for weekly meetings.
Mary’s love is to be shared. Devotion to her must
be encouraged. She is depending on us as we depend on her.
For additional information, please call Eileen Ziebis
at 215-442-7380.
Prayer Requests ~ 9AM - 11AM
Dolores 215-674-1966
PLAY BRIDGE IN THE
CHURCH HALL ON
THURSDAYS.
CONTACT BOB GILLIS IF
YOU ARE INTERESTED.
BOB CAN BE REACHED AT 215-773-0838.
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
ST. KATHERINE OF SIENA SCHOOL
ADVANCEMENT DIRECTOR
St. Katherine of Siena School in Philadelphia is currently seeking an Advancement Director to replace
the current Advancement Director to plan, coordinate, and manage marketing, enrollment and fundraising programs. This is a full time, 12 month position.
The Advancement Director will have the following
responsibilities: Enrollment Management, Development, Communications, and Strategic Planning. He/
she will report to the Principal. Please see their
website for the complete job description.
Interested candidates should email a cover letter,
current resume, and salary requirements to Mrs. Regina Tanghe, 215-637-2181.
Email: [email protected]
To everything there is a season and a time
for every purpose under heaven.
“...a time to be born…”
Dominick Decklin Marzocco
Greyson Nicholas Narisi
Joseph Vincent Passio
Payton Noel Opdyke
“...a time to love…”
Sarah Marie (Melvin) &
Frederick Edward Goodwin
“...a time to be healed…”
Leticia Alfredo, Oakley Amerman, Genevieve Arber,
Ann Best, Valancia Blessington, Lou Borghi, Shane
Boyle, Craig Brennan, Mary Buck, Ann Campbell, Michael Christiansen, David Chubb, William Chubb, Sandra Clark, Connie Dasconio, John Delaney, Alfonso
DeLuca, Lucille Deissler, Christina Davis DiDomenico,
Janice Dockery, Edward Dugan, Angelo & Caroline
Fanelli, Krissy Farabee, Jamie Ferrari, Joseph Formica,
Janeen Harper, Mickey Heston, Betty Huf, Joseph Jenkins, Msgr. Joe Kane, Howard Kaness, Anna King, Joseph Jenkins, Paige La Rosa, Robert Lawler, Ed Little,
Mary Lucci, Ann Mackey, Dan Maffei, Julia Maher, Virginia Mallatratt, Frank Maransky, Anne Marcinkevich,
Herb Martin, Sister, Mary Martin, IHM, Ann
McCloskey, Joan McDonald, John & Jinny McIntyre,
Matthew McKinney, Matthew McNamee, John Mikulich, Bill Miller, Bill Mulholland, Ellen O’Donnell, Mae
O’Donnell, Macallen O’Leary, Lauren Pastore, Ann
Marie Pearson, John Pemrick, Carol Pero, Dolores Pers,
Louise Pfau, Harry Pursell, Kathleen & Joseph Reichart,
Barbara Renk, Lt. Col. Mark Reynolds, Jim Reilly,
Margie Sarsfield, Bob Schaefer, Loretta Schmid, Dolores
Selvey, Mary Solomon, Kevin Stewart, Richard
Sweeney, Johnny Tate, Frank Thomas, Kathy Tellado,
Bea Verbinski, Carol Woltemate, Miriam Yochim, Baby
Cater Zimmerman & Nicole Zimmerman, Mary Zuccarelli, & all the sick of the parish.
“...a time to die…”
Joseph Jankowski,
Jo Ann Koestler,
William Lennon &
Loretta Schmid
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CYO NEWS
CYO News
Please continue to visit our website during the
school year for our new calendar of events and all
CYO information. Don’t forget to register on the
website for all important CYO related emails.
www.nativitycyo.org
CYO End of the Year Mass and Banquet
– Sunday June 7, 2015
The end of the year is approaching fast. We are
looking forward to celebrating the accomplishments of our CYO boys and girls. Please join us at
the 8am Mass and then the Banquet at the Spring
Mill Manor. The cost of the event is $16/person.
Please register at http://www.nativitycyo.org/apps/
webstore/products. We look forward to seeing you
there!
Stocks Pound Cake Fundraiser - $13
This yummy fundraiser is back. Complete the order
form at www.nativitycyo.org and send it into
school with your student or mail it into the Parish
office noting “CYO Stock’s Fundraiser” on the envelope: CYO Stock’s Fundraiser, 625 W. Street
Road, Warminster, PA 18974. Orders will be
taken up to Monday, June 8 or until we are sold
out! Orders may be picked up at La Fogata located
in Center Point Shopping Center, 768 W. Street
Road, Warminster. Pick up date: Saturday, June
20 from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm. Please call Elena
Shields at 215-275-1853 with any questions…
Thank you!!!!!
CYO Football and Cheerleading registration will be held after the 10:00 AM
and noon Masses on Sunday, May 17.
There will be a registration table in
the front and rear parking lots, (Msgr
Healy Annex if it rains). There are two
teams, 5th & 6th grade are JV while 7th & 8th grades
are varsity. Registration fee is $140 for football and
$80 for cheerleading. For more info please call Joe
Meehan@ 267-250-3492 or e-mail us at:
[email protected]
You MUST be registered in the
Parish and attend Nativity School
or be registered in the PREP
program.
It's time again for final preparations for our trip to the Steubenville Summer Youth Conference
This trip has been in the planning stages for months now
and we met this week for the first of at least 3 meetings
before our trip in July. Excitement is at an all time high
level! All but 2 seniors are returning from last year and we
have 16 new participants! That is awesome!, The Holy
Spirit has been truly working in the lives of these teenagers.
What is a Steubenville Summer Youth conference?
These conferences are specialized to address the resources
and needs of today's Catholic youth, organized on a regional
level. With an exciting lineup of speakers, musicians, and
presenters, the HS conference will challenge Catholic youth
to stand firm in their faith, rely upon the awesome power of
Jesus Christ who is their guide, friend and Savior and to
show that faith to the world. It is an experience like no other
and shared with 3000 other teens from across the country
each weekend.
STEUBENVILLE "ADOPT-A-TEEN"
PROGRAM 2015
Would you please prayerfully consider "Adopting" a
teenager who will be traveling to Steubenville University
of Ohio for the Summer Youth Conference in July. We
ask that you make a donation that will help defray the
cost per student traveling this summer. Each person making a donation will be assigned a teenager to pray for and
support. The student in turn, will keep you in prayer and
write you a letter when we return telling you about the
weekend. There will also be an opportunity for you to
meet your adoptee and join us in our pre trip get together
during June and July. The total cost for this year’s conference is $340 per student. Any amount that you are
comfortable with donating would be greatly appreciated.
Simply fill out the form below and return it to the Parish
Office, mail or place your donation in collection basket at
your convenience. Thank you and God bless you!
If you have any questions about the program, please contact Fr. John or Barbara Palo at the Parish Office:
215.675 1925 or by email at [email protected] or
[email protected]
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Steubenville 2015 "Adopt-A-Teen"
Sponsorship
Your Name: ___________________________
Address: _____________________________
Phone: __________________
I/ We would like to sponsor a teenager and are
offering a donation towards their trip in the
amount of:
$10 ___ $25___ $50___ $100___ Other: $____
Please make all checks payable to Nativity teen ministry
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PARISH CELEBRATION OF PENTECOST
A Might Wind ~ A Festival of the Holy Spirit
SUNDAY, May 24, 2015 ~ 10 A.M. MASS
Before ascending, Jesus said to His disciples: Go therefore and make disciples.
Jesus promised to send the Holy Spirit who would assist them with this mission. On Pentecost the Holy Spirit filled the Apostles with a desire to share their faith. The disciples
took to the streets and the Church was born. Many were drawn to Christ by the conviction
of their words and the witness of their lives. All Catholics, through our Baptism, are sent
on mission to do the same.
Let’s celebrate Pentecost ~ the Birthday of the Church ~ in a special way again this year. At the 10 A.M.
Mass we will have our petitions read in different languages and our gift bearers will wear special clothing from
their country of origin. Also, our Choir will lead us in song and you can participate more fully by the following:
You are encouraged to wear something red ~ remember last year when the church was filled with red?
You are asked to attach a red ribbon to the outside of your home and car as a sign to the neighborhood that your house is filled with the Holy Spirit.
Invite a family member or friend who has been away from the Church to come home and hear again
the words of Peter to the people of many nations gathered outside that upper room.
What a beautiful time to celebrate, as a parish family, our baptismal call to mission and service. Let’s be
witnesses of our joyful and welcoming spirit and continue to live out our faith by bringing the good news of
Jesus Christ to others.
Let this Pentecost be “a mighty wind” of rededication, hope, and promise.
Nativity of Our Lord Carnival
~
June 16th - 20th
Rides - Food - Live Music - Bingo
Mega 50/50 tickets. $5.00 donation for each chance you purchase and you can
win 50% of all monies collected.
Thank you to HG La Fogata located in Center Pointe Shopping Center, Shop Rite
of Warminster, Collision Max and Hector’s Coal Fired Pizza for their ongoing
support of the Carnival.
Family night Tuesday & Thursday.
Ride bands are $20.00 per night, per person (6:00 PM to 10:00 PM)
MEGA PASS ~ ride all night/every night for only
$35.00 per person in advance / $40.00 at Carnival.
(During all operating hours - height and age restrictions may apply)
Be a part of the success by volunteering; we need help in the food tents and games.
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Kindergarten
Emily Mandes
Level 1
Madeline Boyle
Trevor Miller
Level 2
Dylan Buraczewski
Daniel Ellis
Kendell Goelz
Maura Kelly
Maria Mandes
George Robles
Angelina Stancker
PREP Perfect Attendance Awards 2014-2015
Level 3
Level 4
Skylar Cataldi
Kaitlyn Decker
Brenden Heath
Troy Mangin
Cameron McGrath
Jenna Mitros
Gregory Moore
Savannah Rorvik
Austin Belisairo
Gabrielle Buber
Collin Heath
Kevin Keating
Connor Kelly
Hailey Kirchner
Emily Schleigh
Level 5
Level 6
Alex Boyle
Anne Clark
William Clark
Olivia Drulis
Jae Lynn Golderer
Rosemary Green
Jillian Sedlacsik
Jenna Sparkevicius
Veronica Wheatley
Owen Clark
Mckenna Craig
Dylan Drulis
Rachel Gentner
Jakeb Shaw
Molly Sheahan
PREP Perfect Attendance Awards 2nd Semester
Kindergarten
Nicholas Capozzi
Matthew Lieb
Level 1
Madeline Boyle
Alexander Bubuer
Rebecca Colonna
Martie Corcoran
Madison Decker
Collin McVey
Trevor Miller
Level 2
Laura Albrecht
Dylan Buraczewski
Julia Clark
Brennen Corcoran
Daniel Ellis
Bridget Foley
Kendell Goelz
Maura Kelly
Riley Loughlin
Maria Mandes
Landon McCandless
Anne Maria Pallozzi
Bryce Power
George Robles
Angelina Stancker
Level 3
Anthony Capozzi
Skylar Cataldi
Kaitlyn Decker
Ava Franks
Alyssa Gorman
Isabella Jones
Brenden Heath
Isabella Jones
Jacob Lieb
Logan MacGowan
Troy Mangin
Madison McAnulty
Cameron McGrath
Jenna Mitros
Gregory Moore
Savannah Rorvik
Brandan Venit
Level 4
Austin Belisairo
Gabrielle Buber
Rebecca Grace
Collin Heath
Kevin Keating
Connor Kelly
Hailey Kirchner
Jadeyn Kueny
Emily Schleigh
Kyle Smuszkiewicz
Level 5
Katelyn Barbour
Abigail Boyle
Owen Clark
McKenna Craig
Leila Doran
Dylan Drulis
Chase Dubzak
Jeremiah Farkas
Rachel Gentner
Jack Gerrard
Ryan Hunt
Rhiley Jenkins
Emily Kane
Erik Meakim
Holden Meakim
Megan Miller
Aidan Pettine
Kirsten Scott
Jakeb Shaw
Molly Sheahan
Sean Spinosa
Jack Steilen
Evan Weckerly
Level 6
Alex Boyle
Anne Clark
William Clark
Joseph Connelly
Olivia Drulis
Jamie Garofalo
Jae Lynn Golderer
Rosemary Green
Sara Lieb
Rocco Martusciello
Nicholas Polymenakos
Jillian Sedlacsik
Jenna Sparkevicius
Veronica Wheatley
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Peace with Food
Light Weigh One King is a twelve-week Catholic Weight Loss Bible Study-DVD series which focuses on teaching members to overcome the food
struggle and achieve peace with food or other
temptations. The One King approach teaches
members practical and spiritual techniques,
which can lead to peace in all areas of life.
You are invited to explore what this program can
mean in your life!
An Orientation will be held on Tuesday, June 2nd
at 3:30 in the Trinity Center (upstairs- the new
building) at Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish in
Southampton. Questions? Call Mary O’Driscoll @
215.357.6554.
St. Cyril Jubilee Golf Outing
Sponsored by the
Knights of Columbus
Monday, June 22nd at Spring Mill Country Club,
2:00PM shotgun start. Registration forms are available on line at www.saint-cyril.com or at the rectory. Sign up for individual or a foursome early!
Cost is $125 per player (includes greens fee/cart,
lunch and dinner). Contact Fred Porter at 215-4890094 or [email protected] or Cassie Dunn at
215-343-4996 or [email protected] with any
questions.
Archbishop Wood
Boy’s Summer
Basketball Camp
June 22nd-26th 2015
9:00am-3:00pm; June 26th 9:00-am12pm
Archbishop Wood HS 665 York Road
Warminster, PA18974
Who:
Current 3rd-8th grade boys
Tuition:
$135 Early Bird by June 1
$125 additional sibling
$150 after June 2
Each camper will receive a camp shirt, evaluation, and
workout program.
Registration Info: To register for this camp, please contact Matt Funk at [email protected] to receive a flyer
with detailed information about how to register for camp.
Hope to see you there!
Date:
Time:
Where:
2015 RUMMAGE SALE
Our Lady of Mount Carmel School
225 East Ashland St. Doylestown, PA
Celebrating our 50th Anniversary
Monday*, June 15,
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM *Early Entrance Fee:
$10.00 (Monday Only)
Tuesday, June 16,
9:00 AM to 8:00 PM (no fee)
Wednesday, June 17,
9:00 AM to 7:00 PM (no fee)
Thursday**, June 18,
9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon **THURSDAY Only,
Clothing will be $5.00 per bag! All other items
are half price
Shop the area’s largest Rummage Sale for
Clothing, Household Items, Jewelry, Toys,
Books and more, all at great prices. Bring a
friend!
HAVE YOU PRAYED FOR FATHER LATELY?
St. Catherine of Siena hosts a Holy Hour For
Priests on the 1st & 3rd Sunday of each
month. The Holy Hour is held in the Chapel at
7 P.M. Join us as we support our priests with
prayer. Know that your prayers are helping.
The next date is May 17th. St. Catherine of
Siena is located at 321 Witmer Rd., in Horsham.
All are welcome!
Biz Camp ~ July 6–10, 2015
9:00 am–4:00 pm
The HFU BIZ CAMP is a one-week program by Holy
Family University aimed at enriching
the business experience of motivated high school students
entering their senior year. Join us for lively discussions,
interactive exercises, lectures by HFU professors, and
group activities and gain an understanding and appreciation for starting a business while maintaining ethical
business practices. Students gain knowledge of teamwork
and leadership, communications, and networking as well
as functional business skills. Students also experience
the college life—college professors, campus classrooms,
campus center, and athletic facilities.
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