May 3, 2015 - Our Saviour`s Catholic Community

OUR SAVIOUR’S CATHOLIC COMMUNITY
5301 N. Atlan c Avenue
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
(321) 783-4554 Office
(321) 868-6743 Fax
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.oursavioursparish.org
Fr. Gerry Burns, Administrator
Mass Schedule
Saturday : 9:00 am Communion Service ~ Vigil 4:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am~10:15 am~12:15 pm
Weekdays: 8:30 am
Nursery: Extended Care Bldg. during
10:15 am Sunday Mass
Prayer Requests: Call 868-2104
Marriages ~ Call Parish Office 6 months in advance
Baptisms ~ Parental attendance at our
Baptismal Preparation
Program is required (Jan., May, Sept.)
We urge parents to attend during pregnancy.
To register for Baptism Seminar, please call 783-4554
Parish~783-4554
Marilyn Belawski ~ Parish Secretary
Karol Michelfelder ~ Bookkeeper
Raonel Barrial ~ Maintenance Department
Phil Black ~ Director of Music Ministry
Email: [email protected]
Yvette Schreurs ~ Bulletin /Religious Ed. Secretary
Email: [email protected]
Beth Murphy ~ Adult Faith Formation/Senior Needs
Email: [email protected]
Our Saviour School~783-2330
We are almost there! $5,000. to meet this year’s goal. If you have
not yet made your commitment for 2015, please remember that
every gift - (regardless of size) - brings us closer to our parish
goal of $148,414.00. More importantly, every gift helps to bring
the Gospel alive through Catholic education and faith formation;
the spiritual development of our clergy; compassionate care for
those in need; and advocacy for all people from conception to natural death.
Online gifts will be credited toward our parish goal, so please visit
www.cfocf.org/oca/give to make your gift.
Kenn Hitchcock ~ Principal
Email: [email protected]
School Web Page:www.oursaviourschool.org
Religious Education~783-4554
Director of Religious Education: Marita Borer
Email: [email protected]
Youth Ministry/High School
Pat Koralewicz, High School
Email: [email protected]
WELCOME TO OUR SAVIOUR’S COMMUNITY
The Vine and the Branches
Some years ago the CEO of Baxter International,
a medical supply company, made a decision that
cost his company $189 million. No, he was not a
crooked CEO, who financed his own luxurious
lifestyle.
It was Kraemer’s
honesty, his high
sense of ethics and
his refusal to separate his life from
his work that
caused him to
make such a decision. Executives at
Baxter
International had learned in 2001 that one of the products
they manufactured, a filter for a kidney dialysis
machine, may have been defective. Some dialysis
patients using the filter had died of unexplained
causes. Rather than covering up the situation, Kraemer recalled all the filters and instituted a rigorous investigation into the problem. This cost the
company $189 million. He also recommended that
his performance bonus for that year be cut, because this situation occurred under his leadership.
“I am the Vine you are the branches”. You can
take these words to mean branch as in a branch
office. We are branches of Jesus - The Vine. We
are supposed to reflect his values and his mission.
To be true to Jesus, we cannot chop up our lives
into little compartments as if one had nothing to
do with the other. You and I are Christians seven
days a week, all the time. People should be able to
tell that from how we act. That’s what the Gospel’s all about.
Corpus Christi Procession
Thursday, June 4, at 6:00 p.m.
Mass on the grass followed by
procession to Church for Benediction
To Our Saviour’s Bazaar Ladies Group
The Religious Education Department greatly
appreciates your generous gift of a needed
combo DVD / Television.
THE SACRAMENT OF
will be celebrated on
Saturday, May 9th at 11:00am.
All are invited for this celebration.
A reception will follow in the
Parish Center.
Becoming a Catholic: Rite of Christian Initiation of
Adults (RCIA)
Jesus said, “Truly,
truly, I say to you, if
you ask the Father
for anything in My
name, He will give it
to you. Until now you
have asked for nothing in My name; ask
and you will receive,
so that your joy may
be made full.” (John
16: 23-24)
We are having a brunch on Mother’s Day
in the Gym after the 10:15 Mass.
All Mothers and their families are invited.
The cost is $5.00 per person.
If you plan to attend, please call the parish office at
783-4554 by May 6 to make your reservations.
Mother’s Day Cards ar e
available on the table in the
back of the Church. A Novena
of Masses will be offered during the month of May for all the
Mothers whose names appear
on the envelopes that are returned to the Parish Office by
May 8th.
Gospel for the Li le Ones
Families with young children
(toddler age through 2nd Grade)
are invited. We offer Gospel for
the Little Ones at the 10:15am
Mass on the second Sunday of
each month. Children will be
called to leave as a group before
the Liturgy of the Word and will
return before the presentation of
the gifts. For questions or more
information, please contact Lora Fitzpatrick at 321-4460002 or [email protected]
Our Saviour’s Blood Drive
Thank you to all who donated the gift of
life at our blood drive last Sunday. You
have made a lifesaving contribution that
benefits accident victims, cancer patients,
surgical candidates, children with blood
disorders and many others. If you have never donated
blood, please consider doing so at our next blood drive.
Is your JOY complete, full? If your answer is “No.” you
may be looking for joy in all the wrong places. In prayer
to the Father, Jesus says, “…I speak in the world so that
they may have My joy made full in themselves.” I know
I long for full, complete joy and this is a continuous process through a journey of faith – through the Risen Jesus Christ. As my relationship with Christ grows &
strengthens in love, trust and honor, so does my joy!
If you are not Catholic and would like to learn
more about living a life of hope, love & joy, we
invite you to join us Sunday mornings at 11:30. Contact
Johanna Wigman at 321-506-3333 or Jessie Fletcher at
321-961-6174 for more information. Visit our webpage
at: http://oursavioursparish.org/rcia/.
Stewardship - April 26, 2015
Adult Envelopes
Loose Money
Total Sacrificial Offering
Less School Investment
For Parish Use
$12,666.00
3,756.00
$16,422.00
-5,000.00
$11,422.00
Thank you for your generous heart and loyal support
for the work of Christ through Our Saviour’s parish.
Online giving is available for our parish at
OURSAVIOURSPARISH.WESHAREONLINE.ORG
Planning a trip? Before you leave, visit us online and
update your weekly offertory payment into automatic
recurring payments.
Catholic Communication Campaign
May 10, 2015
The essential mission of the CCC is to contribute to the
process of evangelization by fostering activities in relation
to television, radio, internet, and other media, and through
special projects of the Catholic press. An annual collection is taken up in the dioceses, which remit 50% of the
funds collected to the National Office. From these funds,
grants are made by the USCCB. The remaining portion of
the collection is retained by the dioceses for use in local
communication projects.
MERCY HOUSE THRIFT SHOP
Hours: Wednesday –Friday: 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Phone: 784-1069
Delivery and pick-up service available
Please drop off your donations
during business hours only.
St. Vincent de Paul Society
During 2013, the Orlando Conference recommended we at Our Saviour’s start some new ministries to
help the poor and disadvantaged in our community. As
reported previously, we have
a medical van to care for the
medical and dental needs of
our clients. We are supplying
food for the after school programs at the Cape View Elementary School and arranging for an employment
service van to visit every week. Several other programs are being considered and will be implemented if funding is available.
SVDP Hours: Mon., Tues., Thurs., Friday: 9:30 to 2:00
Office: 321-799-3677
Every Wed: 9:30 to 2:00 with Med Van 12:30 to 3:30
“Like unto shells that wash upon the beach,
the treasures at Mercy House await you.”
SVDP members pray for our donors at every business meeting.
Items needed for pantry: canned tuna, box of penne pasta
Memorial Service
First Holy Communion
On Monday, May 25
we will have a short
service after the 8:30
a.m. Mass in the Memorial Garden to honor the many veterans buried there.
Please come and show your gratitude for their service.
A limited supply of First Holy
Communion cards and gifts are on
sale at the Parish Office.
ATTENTION
PARISH PARENTS OF
2015 HIGH SCHOOL
GRADUATES
Sunday, May 3rd is our last meeting for this semester
We would like to recognize the 2015 High School
Graduates from our Parish by featuring them on a
“2015 High School Graduates” page in our bulletin.
We will also be recognizing and blessing our
high school grads at the 10:15 mass on May 17th
with a reception to follow. Please go to our website
at www.oursavioursparish.org click on
Teen Ministry to download the
required questionnaire and reception RSVP
if you wish to participate and
respond by no later Monday, May 4th.
If you have any questions, please contact
Mrs. K at 452-39081 or 960-2318.
Parish Council Elections
Parish Council elections will be held
at all Masses on May 24 to fill three
seats for a three-year term. If you
would like to run, please email to
[email protected] a brief biography and
picture by May 4. For more information please call the
parish office and speak to Marilyn.
We thank all the members of the council for their dedication to the work of the council in furthering the Mission
of Christ in our community. We are deeply grateful to
them for their time and hard work serving Our Saviour’s.
Our next Baptism Seminar will be held
May 4, 11 and 18 at 7:00 p.m. in the
Parish Center. Attendance is required
before you schedule your child’s Baptism. Please call the Parish Office at
783-4554 no later than Monday, May 4.
The Single, Separated, Widowed & Divorced
(SSWD) group will hold a covered-dish dinner
on Friday, May 15, starting
at 5:00 p.m. in the Parish Center.
Please bring a dish to share and canned
goods for the St. Vincent de Paul Society.
Everybody Needs to Forgive Somebody is available at
the Parish Office for only $2.00. Forgiveness will unleash a power in your life that is
underrated and often ignored. It is
underrated mainly because it is underused. We fail to capture the
power of forgiveness because we
are afraid of it, because we have
grown comfortable in our familiar
words, or because we are sinfully
stubborn. But the power is there
waiting for us. This little book, and
the eleven real life stories in it, will
help you capture that power. Because everybody needs to
forgive somebody.
Rosary Making Ministry
Fundraiser this weekend
Please support the Rosary
Making Ministry fundraiser this weekend May
2nd and 3rd. Free rosary
making kits will be available at the front of the
church after all of the
Masses and there will
also be some beautiful
handmade rosaries available for purchase. Because of your continued
support we have been
able to make and donate
over 12,000 rosaries to
our parishioners, visitors,
and ministries all around the world! Thank you!
Discovering Your Money Mindsets
All are welcome to join the group.
For other details,
please call (321) 868-7775.
Celiac
Do you suffer from Celiac Disease?
If you do we have gluten-free hosts
available. People needing gluten free
hosts should see the Celebrant before
Mass.
Use this small workbook as a guide to
open the lines of communication about
finances. Learn how to uncover those
unanswered issues in your relationship
that are related to money.
Jon and Evelyn Bean are the cofounders of Compass Catholic Ministries. They first learned about Biblical
financial principles after seventeen
years of marriage and five years of major financial struggles. This experience created a passion for teaching others these same principles. They have been married over
forty years and live in Orlando Florida.
Workbook is on sale at the Parish Office for $10.00.
Our Service People
Adoration Chapel
Hours needed:
Sunday: 2:00-3:00 a.m. , 3:00-4:00 a.m.
Wednesday: 3:00 - 4:00 a.m.
Saturday: 3:00-4:00 a.m., &
4:00-5:00 a.m.
Please call Claire at 784-0565 and fill an hour.
Prayer Hour for Priests and Vocations meets
every Thursday in the Adoration Chapel
from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Join us as we pray for our Priests
Please pray for our
friends who are ill
Rudy Barrial
Matt Bellina
Charles Biederman
Helen Blier
June Brang
Kevin Chioma
Denis Clark
Frances Delmore
Bill Demmer
Ann Giers
Peggy Graves
Betty Gray
Walterine Hayes
Jack King
Nadine Knight
Gladys Lime
Alice Lom
Chris Lyle
Jim McWilliams
Doris Melanson
Lorraine O’Rourke
Suzanne Pellegrino
Olga Pimentel
Natalia Rivero
Jennifer Sallows
Eileen Stines
Mike Storm
Christina Sutch
Steve Szabo
Romey Witek
Joan Wozniak
John Wozniak
Please note that names
are updated periodically.
THE NOON
HOUR
PRAYING ONE
‘OUR FATHER’
Please join us in praying
one Our Father each day
during the noon hour for
the intention below:
Pray for those who bravely serve our country in the
military and those deployed in dangerous locations.
Thank God for those who have returned home safely.
Joseph Arais
Brian Baker
Mitchell Baker
Joe Baumgarten
Ivan DeLaSelva
Anthony Doyle
Michael Flynn
Ryan Gannon
Sean Guilfoyle
Stephen Guilfoyle
Payton Guza
Peter A. Irene, Jr.
Joshua Johnson
Nicholas LaBella
Christopher Lehr
Christian Meko
Joey Messina
Eve O’Connor
Richard Pattillo, Jr.
Scott Plunkett
Robert Romano
Esther Sablan
Scott Shadforth
Anthony Shea
Russell Slover
Corey Sweetman
Brandon Sweetman
Michael Tiedemann
Douglas Wercinski
Nicholas Zehr
Rebecca Zehr-Marvin
If your loved one has returned home from the Military,
please contact the Parish Office.
Mass for Healing with Anointing
Mary’s Guidance
Tuesday, May 12th
11:00 a.m.
Please come and pray
for all in our community
who are ill and suffering.
Lunch will follow
in the Parish Center.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
That Mary,
Star of Evangelization,
may guide the Church
in proclaiming Christ
to all nations.
Monday:
Acts 14:5-18; Ps 115:1-4, 15-16;
Jn 14:21-26
Tuesday:
Acts 14:19-28; Ps 145:10-13ab, 21;
Jn 14:27-31a
Wednesday: Acts 15:1-6; Ps 122:1-5; Jn 15:1-8
Thursday: Acts 15:7-21; Ps 96:1-3, 10; Jn 15:9-11
Friday:
Acts 15:22-31; Ps 57:8-10, 12; Jn 15:12-17
Saturday: Acts 16:1-10; Ps 100:1b-3, 5; Jn 15:18-21
Sunday:
Acts 10:25-36, 34-35, 44-48; Ps 98:1-4;
1 Jn 4:7-10 or 1 Jn 4:11-16; Jn 15:9-17
or Jn 17:11b-19
ADORATION CHAPEL-Open 24/7.
Info. call Claire Nicholson 784-0565.
ROSARY CENACLE- meets every Monday at 6:00 p.m.
in the church. For information-Rosie 452-9553.
SECULAR FRANCISCAN GATHERING- meet the
third Saturday of each month after the 9:00 a.m. Mass.
Contact Claire Nicholson 784-0565.
SMALL CHRISTIAN COMMUNITIESInformation-Dale Conro 784-0765.
SUPPORT GROUPS
BIRTHRIGHT- Information-call 783-8102.
† = in loving memory of
Mass Intentions - Monday—Friday
will be combined into the 8:30 a.m. Mass
Saturday 9:00 a.m. will be included in
Saturday 4:00 p.m. Mass
Sunday 5:00 p.m. will be included in the 12:15 p.m. Mass
Saturday, May 2nd, St. Athanasius; First Saturday
4:00 † Mary Brown and
† Theresa Perricone
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT MINISTRYInformation-783-4554.
GRIEF SUPPORT-For individual grief support call
Joan Throm, Psychologist 208-2590.
(RI DISCOVERY)-a self-help group for those with
emotional and nervous symptoms-meets every Thursday at
7:00 p.m. in the parish office conference
room.www.recoveryinternational.org Call Sheila 784-0694
Sunday, May 3rd, Fifth Sunday of Easter;
MINISTRIES
ELIZABETH MINISTRY- All expectant mothers are
invited to enroll for prayer support during their pregnancy. We will ask God’s support for you in this special vocation. Contact Sue Llibre, [email protected]t or 453-1357.
Monday, May 4th,
FAMILY PROMISE-provides temporary shelter for
homeless families in Brevard County. Contact Roland 321289-6065 or [email protected]
MERCY HOUSE THRIFT SHOP-784-1069
RCIA-Questions about the Catholic FaithFor information call the church office 783-4554.
RESPECT LIFE- meets the second Monday of each
month in the Spellman Room at 7:00 p.m.
Contact Richie & Jacqui Breed at 806-9754.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETYFor info. contact Angela Raymond at 799-3677.
LET’S GET INVOLVED
BUNKO- Friday in the Parish Center 1:00 to 4:00 pm.
Info. Dee at 784-2390.
EXERCISE GROUP- meets every Monday, Wednesday
& Friday at 8:00 a.m. in the parish center.
Info. call Carolyn 799-4282.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS- meets the second Tuesday
of each month at 7:00 p.m. For info. contact Lou Lenhart,
Grand Knight 576-3692.
OS COMMUNITY CLUB- meets on Thursdays at 11:00
in the B Room. For info. call Arlene Howley at 783-3280.
ROSARY MAKING For more information please call
Cindy at 449-0361.
SINGLE/SEPARATED/WIDOWED/DIVORCEDgroup meets at 5 p.m. in the Parish Center on the third
Friday of each month and for lunch at various restaurants
on the first Friday of each month. For info contact Sally
868-7775.
8:00 †
10:15
12:15 †
†
Nuara and Dolci Families
Our Saviour’s Parishioners
Ron Wing and
Ciro Jerry Rivieccio
8:30 † Delores George
Tuesday, May 5th,
8:30 † Agnes Ivory and
Andrew and Margaret Mawn
Wednesday, May 6th,
8:30 † Maureen Sullivan
Thursday, May 7th,
8:30
Thanksgiving to the Sacred Heart
Friday, May 8th,
8:30
Special Intention— Priests and Nuns
Around the World
Saturday, May 9th,
4:00 † Peter Mulholland and
† Nick D’Avanzo
Sunday, May 10th, Sixth Sunday of Easter; Mother’s Day
8:00 Our Saviour’s Parishioners
10:15 Mother’s Day Novena
12:15 † Carl Gerken and
Roseanna Downes
Family Promise Thanks & Upcoming Hosting Dates
Thanks go out to all those who helped transition two families to independence this April by providing meals and
shelter at our Parish Center and helping them find work
and permanent housing. St. Vincent DePaul referred one
of these great families to us. That dad found a job that
same week in landscaping and the mom found work later
in the month waitressing. We helped pay for critical car
repairs so they could continue to get to work. Knights of
Columbus provided an awesome Picnic and the Gym was used a lot by the Children in the evenings. Two of our guest
children from the other family asked to join in the Stations of the Cross on Good Friday when they saw the crowd from
the playground no less. After joining in and finishing, these two children asked and joined in to do the Stations again
a 2nd time. Both families attended Easter Sunday Mass on the beach and were literally surrounded in love by four of
our overnight host families during the Mass (Libres, Fitzpatricks, Stelzers, and Schlierfs). The Easter Bunny even
made a visit after Mass. In the month of April they went from being homeless to being in our care to moving into a
permanent home in Palm Bay through the rapid rehousing support of Steadyfamily and the compassion of Dwight Bell,
president of Wings of Grace Ministries. Our next hosting dates are:
Setup June 20th, Hosting June 21-28.
Setup July 18th, Hosting July 19-26
Setup November 14, Hosting November 15-22
A HUGE thanks goes out to Our Saviour’s School who raised over $2000 and awareness for our Family Promise Box
City 2015 event. Over 20 of our students and parishioners attended the fund raising walk, ate at our Soup Kitchen,
and spent the night in the rain to show their solidarity with the over 2000 documented homeless children in Brevard. Approximately 150 attended overall and raised over $24,000 for the event graciously held at Holy Name of Jesus in Indialantic. Thanks to Phil Black, Tom, and Cherie for providing some great music!
The Saintly Times
May 2-3, 2015
$1,000 Club Winners for March are: $60 - John Mazza
$100 - Natalie Galloway
$1,000 - Tony Schwab
Thank you to Natalie Galloway for donating her prize of $100 to the school. Our parishioners are wonderful supporters
of our school.
Registration: What makes Our Saviour Catholic School so special? We offer Religious Education daily to all students as well as Art, Music, PE, Media, Computer Lab, and Foreign Language for all classes K-8. We have a full Athletic Program and PreK3-Grade 5 students have at least one recess period each day. Grades 2-8 take ONE standardized test
per year; Grades 5-8 also take a national Religion test once a year. These tests are used to help students learn, not to determine if they move to the next grade. We have a well-respected reputation for Academic Excellence. Every classroom
has a Smartboard with at least five computers. Two high school level classes are offered each year for our eighth graders
and qualifying seventh graders. We accept McKay scholarship students and Step Up For Students (Florida Tax Credit
scholarships). It goes without saying that we have excellent teachers, many holding multiple Master’s degrees. Our students are happy, smiling, challenged, and loved here. What more could you ask for your child?
Middle School: In Middle School, the 6th grade World History class has been creating travel brochures for a visit to an
ancient civilization. Their goal is to entice travelers to want to time travel back in history and experience the ancient cultures. The 7th grade Civics class will be reviewing the entire year’s Civics coursework before proceeding on to a section
on Economics. The 8th grade American History class will be continuing their study of the Civil War. While the 9th
grade World History class will begin studying World War II and how it leads the world into the Cold War, as well as
discussing the impact of the Holocaust.
This month the National Junior Honor Society will be choosing new officers to serve during the 2015-2016 school year.
The Eighth Grade graduating class is currently working on their stepping stones which will be placed within the courtyard area. On May 8th, the class will be attending Gradventure at Universal Studios for their final field trip.
Planet Earth: Kinder gar ten was been explor ing the wor ld ar ound us. We ar e investigating plants and animals in
celebration of Earth day. We went on a nature walk to find different types of leaves and
then looked at them under the microscopes to see the cells of the leaves.
We are doing other experiments to see how plants take in water using
celery and food coloring…purple celery is so cool! We are learning
about the variety of habitats we have on this planet, and the importance
of preserving the ecosystems for all God’s creatures. We are writing
stories for an informational book on how to take care of the Earth including reducing, reusing and recycling materials. We are also learning
about the water cycle and how to save and conserve water. It’s been great fun and we are looking forward
to moving into a unit on the oceans and having a touch tank in the classroom. Hands –on learning is
AWESOME!
Spring Stewardship: Last month we had over twenty students and at least six par ents par ticipate in the event at
Holy Name of Jesus. We had a fund raising event called “Penny Wars,” and in three days raised over $2,064 for the
Homeless in Brevard County. Our Third Grade class was responsible for almost $600 of the funds raised.
Back in February we sold hearts to support our Jimma Water Project in Ethiopia. We raised $1,050 for that event. The
students were very supportive of replacing our Candy grams fund raiser and participate in this instead. I am so proud
of our student for wanting to help other who are less fortunate than themselves.
We also raised $2,719 for the American Heart Association in March. We held a Jump Rope for Life and a Hoops for
Life marathon during our PE classes and the students solicited sponsors for this event.
Our students have learned the true meaning of Stewardship.
Senior Needs
Have you been a caregiver and don’t know what to do with yourself now that it is
over? The Sunflower house at the Merritt Square Mall offers the Caregiver Life
Transitions pr ogr am, it is specifically for individuals who have been car egiver s
and are now transitioning to life beyond the caregiver years. The support group offers
a place to socialize, make new friends, and become an active member of a larger community. Caregiver Life Transitions also offers counseling, social activities, and classes
on self-esteem building, stress reduction, and financial and health issues. As part of
this program, the Sunflower coordinates day trips and hosts potluck meals and clubs.
Please contact the Sunflower House at (321) 452-4341 for more details about these programs or visit their webpage:
http://agingmattersbrevard.org/service/sunflower-house
What is a Baccalaureate?
The CBHS Annual Baccalaureate Service is a W orship Celebration for the Graduating Class of 2015. The Baccalaureate is a time to acknowledge the Spiritual Contribution to the
education of the whole person. The Baccalaureate is a Time
of Thanksgiving and Inspiration for the Future.
Graduating seniors are encouraged to participate in this worship service, either liturgically, musically or otherwise. If
you are interested and able to participate, please contact
2012 Baccalaureate Coordinator, Coleman Todd; Director of
Christian Education Cocoa Beach Community Church at
783-3961 or [email protected]
On May 17, seniors are asked to arrive 30 minutes prior to
the service and attend in their graduation gowns, no caps or
stoles. We ask seniors and their parents to be involved and
help promote participation and attendance in your school
and churches.
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638-1373
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7620 N. Atlantic Ave.
Cape Canaveral, FL 32920
321-784-4248
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5675 N. A1A | Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
(In the Publix Plaza next to Beef O’Brady’s)
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Hard to Fit Foot Specialist, Diabetic Socks, Footcare Products
190 Fortenberry Rd.
514216 Our Saviour Church (B)
459-3882
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Kelly Sloan, D.V.M.
321-784-1190
www.thefatsnook.com
2464 S. Atlantic Ave.
Cocoa Beach
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GARY C. NAWROCKI, D.M.D., M.A.G.D., F.I.C.O.I.
Jewelry by Rizzo’s
$4.72 Watch Battery
Complete Family Dental Care
(Limit 3)
Special w/Bulletin
Across From O.S.
5360 N. Atlantic Ave.
783-6242
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G & L STORAGE
(321) 431-2858
452-8080
MARCIE KIERNAN
One Mile North of Barge Canal
3545 N. Courtenay Parkway • Merritt Island
Catering to Our Saviour’s Parishioners
Parishioner/Realtor
[email protected]
CROWNS
COSMETIC DENTISTRY
GUM DISEASES
ROOT CANALS
DENTURES • IMPLANTS
INVISALIGN BRACES
4301 N. Banana River Blvd., Cocoa Beach 783-7514
www.cocoabeachdentist.com
Parishioner 40 Years
FIRST ALUMINUM PRODUCTS
SERVING BREVARD COUNTY SINCE 1952
321-452-4911
3625 N. Courtenay Pkwy., Merritt Island
Susan’s Birkenstock Plus
520 & A1A
White Rose Center
Since 1999
799-9858
Imprinted Sportwear & Promotional Products
321-453-7453
6116 N. Courtenay Pkwy.
Merritt Island
www.spaceshirts.com
Parishioner
NOLAN’S
AUTHENTIC
IRISH
PUB
Non Smoking
Serving Pub Grub
204 W. Cocoa Beach Cswy.
(1 Block off A1A on SR 520)
www.nolansirishpub.net
(321) 783-8499
Parishioners 20 years
Screen Rooms & More
Parishioner Discount
Bonded • Insured & Licensed
Member of Diocese
Catherine Vergara, DDS, PA
Creating Smiles
452-6237
MARK D. KABBOORD
Broker • Parishioner
Ocean Realty. Inc.
“Cocoa Beach Specialist”
3201 North Atlantic Ave.
Office (321) 783-1234
Cell (321) 960-9266
DAVID KABBOORD
CHRISTA ROBBEN, D.C.
Catering To Our Saviour Parishioners
OSS Graduate & Parishioner
5505 N. Atlantic Ave., Suite 109 Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
www.CocoaBeachChiropractic.com
(321) 784-4794 • Fax (321) 783-0747 • Parishioner
3000 N. Atlantic Ave., #104
321-868-2225
409 S. Banana River Blvd.
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
TOM HOSKINS
Ocean Animal Hospital
AIR CONDITIONING
Full Service Facility
AND SON, INC.
“We treat your pet like they are
one of our own”
Sales • Service
321.406.1618
• Installation • All Brands
L. WAYNE ROBBEN, D.D.S.
COSMETIC & FAMILY DENTISTRY
New Patients Welcome
Member of Parish
3000 N. Atlantic Avenue, Cocoa Beach
784-1300
150 E. Columbia Lane, Ste 1
Open: Mon. thru Fri., Sat. by Appt.
Dr. Dave Capraro
www.OceanAnimalHospital.com
(321) 799-1073
Parishioner
Rosary By Design
Saint Margaret
Special* Extraordinary* Handmade
Molly A Orduna, Parishioner | Designer ~ Maker
Sunday Missal
An ideal companion
8597 Cape Canaveral Blvd., Cape Canaveral, FL 32920 for personal prayer.
[email protected] | 561 596 1690
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Courtenay Springs Village
1200 S. Courtenay Parkway, Merritt Island, FL 32952
321-452-1233
A Retirement Housing Foundation Community
William “Bill” Pickens
Charles Sikes
Ollie Follweiler
Owner, LFD
Owner, LFD
Owner, LFD
family owned family operated
since 1978
Beckman-Williamson
Funeral Homes & Crematory
Viera - Rockledge
Cocoa Beach
5400 Village Drive
Viera, FL 32955
321.635.1973
101 N. Brevard Avenue
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
321.784.0116
www.beckmanwilliamson.com
JOHN J. KABBOORD, JR.
ESTATE AND TRUST ATTORNEY
HELPING PARISH MEMBERS AND
RELATIVES FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS
PARISHIONER 50 YEARS
1980 N. Atlantic Ave., Ste. 801
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
HOME: 784-0114
OFFICE: 799-3388
NO FEE REQUIRED FROM THOSE IN NEED
514216 Our Saviour Church (A)
Julie Kabboord
Parishioner
All Lines of Insurance
321-576-9009
210 McLeod Street
Merritt Island, FL 32953
www.jspaluch.com
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626 Glen Cheek Dr.
321-799-1616
Port Canavoral
Parishioner
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