Cover Sheet

Cover Sheet
Church of St. Raphael-Holy Angels
3500 South Broad Street
Hamilton, N.J. 08610
Bulletin # 911176
Weekend of January 22nd, 2006
Contact Usha @ Ph#609-585-7049
Or Fax#609-585-5876
With any inquiries.
Thank you.
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Sunday January 22nd
Third Sunday In Ordinary Time
Dear Parishioners– Names removed from
the bulletin Prayer and Healing List are
those that have appeared since June 2005
or before, and are now listed in the Prayer
Intention Books at both St. Raphael and
Holy Angels Churches, unless you have
called the rectory and requested to stay on.
You may continue to call us at 585-7049 if you wish to have
someone added to this list as we pray together for the sick,
hospitalized and homebound of our parish.
Monday, January 23, 2006
7:30 a.m. - Ruth Salvatore, Altar Rosary Society
Edward V. Holland, John & Lucille
7:00 p.m. - A Special Intention, Diane M. Fair
Tuesday, January 24, 2006
7:30 a.m. - Lillian Altobelli, Fannie Borgogno
Jack Mrazik, Annie Retz
7:00 p.m. - People of the Parish
Dymphna Agos
August Angioletti
Wednesday, January 25, 2006
7:30 a.m. - David Latini, Father & Sister
Jack A. Mrazik, Betty Montagna & Family
7:00 p.m. - Henry & Theresa French, Children
Thursday, January 26, 2006
7:30 a.m. - David Chichilitti, Michele & Jim Frascella
Josephine A. Caprio Chester Monti
7:00 p.m. - People of the Parish
January 27, 2006
7:30 a.m. - Josephine Caprio, Doris, Tolly & Joe Steward
Constance Kramer, M/M Charles Dusenshine
7:00 p.m. - People of the Parish
Saturday, January 28, 2006
8:00 a.m. - Philip Niedermaier, John Margicin
Florence O’Brien, Pete & Lisa Elvis
5:00 p.m. - Jerry Giles, Janet & Paul Cinalli[St. Raphael]
Sunday, January 29, 2006
7:30 a.m. - Tommaso & Maria Costantini, Robert &
Christina Pontani [St. Raphael ]
8:30 a.m. - People of the Parish [Holy Angels]
9:30 a.m. - Bernard J. Petroni, Joseph & Barbara Demyon
and Phylis & Philip Seitz [St. Raphael]
10:30 a.m. - John N. Hornyak, Olga Hornyak & Family
[Holy Angels]
11:30 a.m. - Robert La Manna, Jessica, Mark, Markie &
5:00 p.m. - Phil Sr. & Rose Pratico, Franny
Pratico [St.Raphael]
Pope John Paul II : WORDS TO LIVE BY
Robert Benson
Alex Bencivengo
Whitney Bivens
Fred Bogdan
Michael Bridge
John Catana
Nicholas Cirillo
Anthony Davis
Joan De Lorenzo
Josephine De Marie
Robert Esposito
Tony Feldenzer
Loretta Ferri
Helen Finn
Rev. J.C. Garrett
Mary Gusz
John Hartmann
Claire Hofmann
Paul Hohman
Jack Hornyak
Dana Infantine
Linda Iorio
Fr. Eugene Keenan
Pat Kelly
Jim Kicinski
George Kmetz
Fran Kujalowicz
Marion Lanzoni
John Margicin
Patti Menichelli
Margaret McBride
Faye Moore
Anna Rose Mucci
Anatoli Gischlar
Charles Papiez
Phyllis Pelke
Janet Peterson
Rita Pisano
Elaine Ragano
Russell Paolini
Regina Procell
Rocco Ranalli
Evelyn Ranalli
Mary & Louis Revesz
Anne Rzeminski
Ray Sabat
John Sagui
Michael Serenelli
Chris Somma
Matthew Sutton
Concetta Testa
Katie Thomas
Stanley Thompson
Patricia Walter
James Widmann
Frances Womack
You may call the Parish Rectory
at 585-7049 if you would like to
make an offering of candles or
flowers in memory of your loved one.
St. Raphael’s Altar Candle this week…
In Loving Memory of Joseph M. Guadagno Sr.
Requested by Wife & Family
Christian joy expressed in song must mark every day of
the week and ring out strongly on Sunday, the “Lord’s
Day,” with a particularly joyful note. There is a close link
between music and song and between contemplation of
the divine mysteries and prayer.
Address to the professors and students of the Pontifical
Institute of Sacred Music, January 19th 2001.
Holy Angels Altar Candle this week…
In Loving Memory of John N. Hornyak
Requested by Olga C. Hornyak & Family
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Sunday, January 22nd 2006 -
Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me...
Music Notes
Pastor’s Notes
From St. Raphael’s Music Ministry…
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Please consider being part of this vibrant worship ministry! What a great New Year’s resolution singing and
ringing in choir would be! Children in grades 2 - 5 are
encouraged to sing in Cool Kidz for God Choir on
Wednesday from 5:30pm- 6:45pm. This choir leads worship at the monthly children’s liturgy. Students in
grades 6 - 12 are encouraged to join Heaven’s Echo
which will begin leading worship at the Sunday 5:00pm
Mass in the near future. Adults are encouraged to sing
with the Adult Choir which meets Thursdays from
7:45pm- 9:00pm or ring with a bell choir [ Thursdays
2:30pm - 3:45pm or 5:30pm - 6:45pm. Remember, to
sing or ring is to pray twice.
Once a year Bishop Smith asks each of us to make a financial gift to the Diocese of Trenton which will fund the
ministries that provide: the professional training, educational materials and resources, aid to immigrants, housing, food and clothing to the marginalized, spiritual and
financial assistance and many, many others gifts that
make our parishes vital and alive. This year, the 125th
Anniversary of the Diocese, we can answer the prayer of
Jesus, THAT ALL MAY BE ONE and show our solidarity by making a special effort and saying thank you to Our
Lord for the opportunities to practice our faith freely and
to share our gifts which will continue to make this a great
diocese. Our parish and the Diocese are one. Both need
your sacrificial support.
This weekend, each family is asked to make a financial
commitment to our Annual Appeal by filling out a pledge
card in the Church. I want you to know how grateful I am
to those members of our parish who have an unbroken
history of generosity to the parish and the Bishop’s Annual Appeal. I believe these parishioners have come to
understand what all of us should. Their need to give back
a portion of the gifts that God has given to each of us far
exceeds the needs of any parish, diocese or cause, important as they are. These donors, those who share a portion
of what they have, are the first to benefit from their own
sense of gratitude to God. We know that all that we have
and all that we are, are gifts from God.
On a personal note, these past few months I have served
on the advisory board for the Bishops Annual Appeal. I
believe in this Annual Appeal because the funds raised in
the Appeal are only used for ministries that serve and help
the people of God, many less fortunate. I feel I have a
responsibility to contribute to live out the great commission of Jesus Christ, who said “Go make disciples.” This
year because of the goodness of the Lord, I am able to
pledge $ 550.00 to the Bishops Annual Appeal. I ask all
families of our parish to be as generous as possible to the
Bishops Annual Appeal so THAT ALL MAY BE ONE.
You are in my prayers,
In Jesus and Mary,
Father Jeff Kegley
CD’s [ How Sweet The Sound ] are still available.
Thank You to all who supported this project; your
feedback has been wonderfully rewarding! The cost is
$15.00 per CD and they make great year round gifts!!!
From Holy Angels’ Music Ministry…
Some more copies of Fr. Sam’s “Live Farewell CD” are
left. For more information please call -Dawne Mechlinski @ 732-974-2528.
St. Raphael-Holy Angels
Food Pantry
Please join us in the fight to end hunger in
our local area by supporting our parish food pantry. Every
donation, no matter how large or small, makes a positive
difference in the lives of those we serve. Always needed
are all types of non–perishable food items such as juice,
cereal, potatoes, rice, vegetables, fruit, canned pasta, fish
and meat, as well as snacks. We also need items such as
laundry and dish detergent, household paper products, and
personal care items including shampoo, toothpaste and
deodorant. These items can be placed in the bins that are
located at the back of both churches. Perishable items are
also welcome, but must be brought directly to the pantry
on “Reach Out Saturdays”,[9-11 AM]. Monetary donations which are used to purchase items that are in short
supply are greatly appreciated and should be deposited in
the designated boxes located on the walls of St. Raphael
May God bless you for your kindness!
Upcoming “Reach Out Saturdays” are on
Saturday, Feb. 4th & 18th from 9 to 11am.
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Let there be peace on earth, the peace that was meant to be...
St. Raphael School
proudly presents:
Catholic Schools Week
January 29-February 4, 2006
Dear Brothers and Sisters!
Last Sunday, in which we celebrated the Baptism of the Lord,
the Ordinary Time of the liturgical year began. The beauty of
this time lies in the fact that it invites us to live our ordinary life
as a way of holiness, that is, of faith and friendship with Jesus,
continually discovered and rediscovered as teacher and lord,
way, truth and life of man.
This is what John's Gospel suggests to us in today's liturgy, on
presenting to us the first meeting between Jesus and of some of
those who became his apostles. They were disciples of John the
Baptist, and he in fact brought them to Jesus when, after the
baptism in the Jordan, he presented him as the "Lamb of
God" (John 1:36).
Two of his disciples then followed the Messiah, who asked
them: "What do you seek?" The two asked him: "Rabbi, where
are you staying?" And Jesus answered: "Come and see," that is,
he invited them to follow him and to spend some time with him.
They were so impressed in the few hours they spent with Jesus,
that immediately one of them, Andrew, went to see his brother
Simon to tell him: "We have found the Messiah." We are before
two particularly significant words: "seek" and "find."
Catholic Schools Week Is a chance to demonstrate just how integral
Character, Compassion, and Values
are to all that we do.
Please join in our celebrations !
Participate in activities, lend a hand, visit the classrooms during our Open House, meet with the teachers and students, take pride in our accomplishments, and –last but hardly least-enjoy every moment!
For a full schedule of events please
see page
[7] seven of this weeks bulletin.
We can extract these two verbs from today's evangelical passage and draw a fundamental guideline for the new year, a time
in which we want to renew our spiritual journey with Jesus,
with the joy of seeking and finding him incessantly. The most
authentic joy, in fact, is in the relationship with him, having
found, followed, known and loved him thanks to a continuous
tension of the mind and heart.
Please pray for the deceased of our parish
and their families Bertha Ann Clendenin
Elizabeth Stonis
Carmella Barth
Theresa Hennessey
To be a disciple of Christ: This is enough for the Christian.
Friendship with the Master assures the soul profound peace and
serenity, even in dark moments and the most difficult trials.
When faith goes through dark nights, when one no longer
"hears" or "sees" God's presence, friendship with Jesus guarantees that, in reality, there is nothing that can separate us from
his love (cf. Romans 8:39).
We welcome...
Joshua Thomas Kasa and
Ashton James Holman
as new members of the Church
reborn in baptism
To seek and find Christ, inexhaustible source of truth and life,
is what the word of God invites us take up again, at the beginning of a new year, this journey of faith that never ends.
"Rabbi, where do you live?" We also ask Christ and he answers: "Come and see."
For the believer, it is an incessant search and new discovery as
Christ is the same yesterday, today and always, but we, the
world, history, are never the same, and he comes to us to give
us his communion and his fullness of life. Let us ask the Virgin
Mary to help us follow Jesus, experiencing every day the joy of
penetrating ever more in his mystery.
“ Baptism brings about a sacramental
bond of unity among all who have been reborn through
it. A purifying water, the water of life, it enables us to
pass through the one door which is Christ”
- Homily at the opening of the Holy Door of the Basilica of
St. Paul - Outside-the-Walls - Jan.18th,2000 Pope John Paul II -
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With God as our father, brothers all are we...
(Ages 18-35)
Urgently Needed !!
1]Co-Cathecist to assist with the FCP on
Looking for an alternative
To going to clubs
on the weekends?
This is the place for you!
1st and 3rd Sundays.
CCD - Tuesday, January 24, 2006
Grade 3 - 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Grades 6 & 7 - 7:00 PM to 8:15 PM
CCD - Wednesday, January 25, 2006
Grades 1 & 2 - 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Grades 4 & 5 - 7:00 PM to 8:15 PM
Friday, January 27th at 7:30 pm
Beginning with a time of
Adoration and reflection in the Convent
Then out to a local
For drinks and appetizers.
CCD - Sunday, January 29, 2006
Kindergarten - 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
Family Centered Program
[ FCP] -Sunday, February 5, 2006 - 9:30 AM to 12:00 Noon
Tuesday, January 24th - 7th Grade Confirmation Gown
Measurement - All Classes, SRS & FCP @ 7:00PM–
All Purpose Room
For more info, contact the
Office of Youth and Young Adults
609y585y7049 ask for Jeanine
Monday, February 6th – 7th Grade Confirmation Parent Meeting at 7:00 pm in the All Purpose Room.
Wednesday, February 8th – 2nd Grade Reconciliation
Practices - SRS, FCP and ALL CLASSES at 4:00 pm to 5:15 pm
in the All Purpose Room and in Church.
Saturday, February 11th– 2nd Grade 1st Reconciliation at 9:00
am - Group A [ 2a, 2b & 2c ], Group B [ 2d, 2e & SRS ].
You can reach The Religious Education Office @ 585-3848 from 9am to 12:00noon and 1:00pm to 3:00pm, Monday to Friday.
St. Raphael School
Annual Tricky Tray Auction
Mark your calendar! Saturday February
18th 2006 is the date to save for St. Raphael School annual Tricky Tray Auction. Doors open at 6:00pm at the
Parish Center and admission is $3.00 at the door. Over
100 exciting items will be auctioned including a Balloon
Raffle for an extra special surprise. The committee is still
looking for donated “New” items for this year’s event.
Volunteers are also most welcomed so please come out to
help and to enjoy this wonderful event. For more information call: Joanne Everett at 609-387-2209.
“Let your light shine” - Matthew 5:16
“ You are ready for what Christ wants of you now.
He wants you - all of you - to be the light of the
world, as only young people can be light. It is time
to let your light shine!”
“Pope John Paul II
Saint Louis, Missouri”
February Dates
Committee Planning
Thurs. Feb.9th 2006 @6:30pm
Children’s Rehearsal
Thurs. Feb.16th 2006 from
6:30pm to 7:15pm
Next Children’s Liturgy
Sun.Feb.26th 2006 @ 9:30am
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Let me walk with my brother, in perfect harmony...
Is “It” a Baby? (Life 1-Number 3)-
We celebrate the Incarnation at Christmas
recognizing Jesus’ birth. We celebrate the
Annunciation of His birth each year just 9
months before Christmas on March 25th.
When did He become a baby? Was it on Christmas
Day or the Annunciation? Abortionist advocates
tried for years to convince us that the baby in the
womb was not a baby and they tell pregnant women
that “it” is not a baby. Why lie? They favor the use
of “fetus” as if “it” is not a baby because even after
40 million abortions, they know that a mother and
father abhor killing a baby. The word of God, Jesus,
Because a baby as an egg in Mary’s womb was mysteriously fertilized by the Holy Spirit, Mary’s baby,
Jesus, grew in her womb as all babies do until, at
Christmas He became visible to all. We learn this in
our faith but it is truth of science that the result of the
mother’s egg being fertilized is a new baby. The Jesus we welcome at Christmas was alive for 9 months
inside Mary, just as you and I were in our mothers
before our own incarnations. We also honor the Holy
Innocents at this time of the year remembering those
tiny babies put to death by Herod, who sought to
eliminate Jesus. Our world needs to seek forgiveness
for all the holy innocents put to death since 1973.
For more on the New Jersey Right to Life visit us @
Lord God,
I thank you today for the gift of life,
and for the lives of all my brothers and sisters.
I know there is nothing
that destroys more life than abortion,
Yet I rejoice that You have conquered death
by the Resurrection of Your Son.
I am ready to do my part in ending abortion.
Today I commit myself
Never to be silent,
Never to be passive,
Never to be forgetful of the unborn.
I commit myself to be active
in the pro-life movement,
and never to stop defending life
Until all my brothers and sisters are protected,
and our nation once again becomes
A nation with liberty and justice
Not just for some, but for all,
Through Christ our Lord.
Fr. Frank Pavone
National Director
Priests for Life - 2005
For more information contact:
Spiritual Adoption Program Announcements
Your spiritually adopted baby is already well-formed internally and externally. All major developments have taken place. He only needs time to gain
weight and grow strong. Pray that the Lord of Life fills his mother’s heart
with love to provide the time for her baby to grow.
Please pray daily the Prayer of Bishop Fulton J. Sheen:
Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, I love you very much.
I beg you to spare the life of the unborn child
That I have spiritually adopted
who is in danger of abortion. Amen.
On behalf of all the unborn babies that cannot speak for themselves, we
would like to thank all those families who agreed to participate in the spiritual adoption program.
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Let peace begin with me, let this be the moment now...
Character, Compassion and Values
Sunday January 29: Join us at Mass at 11:30am for the opening of catholic Schools Week followed by our
Open House and refreshments from 12:30-3:00 pm. Feel free to walk the halls and stop by the classrooms to
check out the many wonderful things our students do here. One highlight is our First Annual Art Show.
Don’t miss it!
Monday January 30: “Teacher Switch” During the second period of the day, the Eighth grade students take
turns at teaching. Students come to school professionally dressed and take a walk in the teachers’ shoes!
Join us in the gym at 1:30 when the PTA sponsors “The Book Man”, a program that is sure to be fun and
Tuesday January 31: Blue and Gold Day! Join us in the gym at 9:00 am as the children compete in many different relays. Who knows -the teachers and staff may even try their hand at a game of “Keep it Up” with the
Eighth graders! The PTA provides a snack for all. In the afternoon, the entire school will watch a movie
complete with freshly popped popcorn! A very fun day!
Wednesday February 1: Students will complete different projects in their classrooms. At 1:45 pm in the gym,
Judy Dill from Usborne Books kicks off the “Reach for the Stars” reading program. All are welcome!
Thursday February 2: Special Persons Lunch at noon. Grades Pre-K-5 will meet in the Parish Center and enjoy lunch with the special person of their choice. Students prepare placemats and decorations. Grades 6-8
meet in the All Purpose Room at noon to enjoy lunch with their special person. This year the Middle School
students are taking on the task of preparing a Pasta Lunch to be served to their special person. The menu
even includes dessert! They are also making decorations! The students are very excited!
Friday February 3: Please join us at 9:00 am for the Closing Liturgy. The First Grade will be hosting the
Mass. After Mass, the PTA provides the school with breakfast. The students play bingo and join in a dance
party! We also take time out to thank our faculty and staff. This is a 1/2 day of school with dismissal at
Throughout the entire week the school will be having
“Penny Wars”
The classes will toss pennies into buckets in the All Purpose Room.
The winning class will earn a Dress Down Day.
All proceeds will go to
the Holy Childhood Association.
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With every step I take, let this be my solemn vow...
- January 21st and 22nd Today is Pledge Sunday for the Bishop’s
Annual Appeal. Let us celebrate this anniversary year by making a pledge and saying thank
you to Almighty God for the opportunity to
share our faith and our means with one another. Simply fill out the pledge card with your
name and address and indicate the total
amount you choose to contribute. This pledge
can be paid in full or over ten months.
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To take each moment and live each moment in peace eternally...
Weekly Collection for Jan.14th & 15th
1st collection
- $ 12,357.40
2nd collection
- $ 2, 821.25
Children’s envelopes
- $ 15,282.65
Additional Christmas
Knights of
PTA Lucky Number Calendar Raffle
Winning Numbers+
January 15
January 16
January 17
January 18
January 19
January 20
January 21
Council #6213 will hold a Sweetheart Oldies Dance on Saturday, February 11th,2006 from 7:00 to 11:00 pm at the Council
Home on Klockner Rd. Admission is $15.00pp
and includes snacks, beer, soda, coffee and dessert. Please call
Frank Santini @ 586-0582 for ticket reservations.
St. Gregory the Great Council #7677 announces it’s 18th Annual Valentines Day Dinner Dance on Saturday February 11th,
2006 at their Parish Center, 4620 Nottingham Way, Hamilton
Square . Admission is $35.00 pp and includes a buffet dinner,
beer, wine, soda, desserts and coffee catered by D&D catering.
Doors open at 6:30 pm, dinner is at 7:00 pm and dancing to
music by the Mahoney Brothers from 8:00 pm to midnight. For
tickets call 609-588-4174 or 609-426-9677.
Parish and Community Events…
The Rosary Altar Society - Our Society is sponsoring a
trip to Resorts Casino in Atlantic City on Thursday Feb.
16th. The bus will leave St. Raphael Church parking lot at
12:30 pm. For more information please call Lucy Ingling
at 609-888-2744 or Lou Di Falco at 609-585-7114. We
look forward to seeing many of you there.
Trenton Council #355 will celebrate its 47th Annual Charity Ball
and Banquet on Saturday, February 25th,2006, starting at 6:00
pm at the Roman Hall, 100 Whittaker Avenue, Trenton. This
year the “Humanitarian of The Year “ award will be given to Mr.
Thomas Mladenetz, Exec. Dir. of CYO, for his dedication and
commitment to the youth of our community. Council will also
make a presentation to Sr. Loretta Janiszewski of Divine
Mercy Parish, who has recently celebrated 60 years of religious
life. The event includes a cocktail hour, cash bar, dinner, the
awards program and music by “ Rick and Chick “. Admission is
$55.00 pp and reservations can be made by calling Michael
Santilla at 609-581-4955.
Have Faith In Him
Holy Hour for Life
Cruise to the Caribbean
“ Explorer of the Seas “
Sailing from Cape Liberty in Bayonne, N.J., July 28th August 6, 2006. Two relaxing days at sea to explore this
elegant ship and then on to San Juan, St. Thomas, St.
Maarten, Labadee [Royal Caribbean’s private island} with
another two days at sea on the return. Outside cabins
starting at $1,860.00 per person [other cabins available].
Msgr. Ed Arnister of Divine Mercy Parish will serve as
chaplain, with celebration of Mass daily. For more information, please call Barbara Comaty at 609-587-8520.
Holy Trinity Prayer Community Presents “The Life in
the Spirit Series” beginning Tues. Feb.7th 2006 @ 7:30
pm and continuing every Tuesday through March
21st,2006. Come experience prayer and worship with
contemporary music in Holy Trinity School, Stockham and
Osborne Avenues in Morrisville, Pa. To register call Marie
Guaragno @ 215-295-6283 or Joan [email protected]
Sunday, January 22, 2006
@ 3 pm
All are invited for a time of prayer at
St. Gregory the Great to celebrate life.
What better way to unite our prayers for life
and the dignity of the human person?
The afternoon will include
music, prayer, preaching, Adoration of the Blessed
Sacrament and Benediction.
For more information,
please call Maureen at 587-1131x3.
Att’n :Mc Corristin/St.Anthony High School Alumni An Alumni Memorial Liturgy will be in the chapel at Trenton Catholic Academy, Mc Corristin Campus, 175 Leonard Avenue, Hamilton NJ 08610 on Thursday Feb. 2nd,
2006 at 7:00 pm. Families and friends of deceased alumni
are invited to celebrate the life and service of those who
share eternal life.
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Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me.
Grade 3
Grade 6&7
St. Raphael’s
Parish Gym
St. Raphael’s
SR Parish Center.
4:00PM 7:00PM 5:30PM –
7:30PM –
8:30PM –
8:00PM –
Grades 1&2
Grades 4&5
St. Raphael’s
4:00PM 5:00PM
7:00PM 8:15PM
5:30PM — 6:45PM
St. Raphael’s
St. Raphael’s
St. Raphael’s
St. Raphael’s
SR Parish Center.
SR Parish Center.
7:00PM –
8:00PM –
St. Raphael’s
9:00AM - 11:00PM
Holy Angels
9:30AM - 12:00 Noon
Monday, January 23rd, 2006
Tuesday, January 24th, 2006
Heaven’s Echo and High School Music Ministry
Adult Recreational Volleyball
Contemporary Ensemble
Wednesday, January 25th, 2006
Cool Kidz for God & Awesome Angels
Thursday, January 26th, 2006
Afternoon Bells
Evening Bells
Charismatic Prayer Meeting
Adult Choir
Friday, January 27th, 2006
Lucky Number Drawing
Saturday, January 28th, 2006
Reach-Out Saturday
Sunday, January 29th, 2006
Adult RCIA
This is the last weekend
for the collection of cell
phones and accessories for
our “cell phones for soldiers” project. Thank You
to everyone who supported this cause. You
have helped make it possible for many soldiers to keep in touch with their loved ones
at home. Visit
Photography Ministry
Are you interested in photography? We are in need of a
group of people who would like to record pictures of various
Parish events for posting on our website
as well as for the history of the Parish. We have a digital camera you can use and we can process the pictures to the website.
We just need your artful eye to take the pictures. Come on and
take part in making Parish history.
If you are interested call the rectory and speak with Dennis @
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