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November 9th, 2014 The Dedica on of the Lateran Basilica Welcome to St. Benedict’s Parish! 8110 Jewel Lake Road
Anchorage, AK 99502
Sunday Mass
Parish Office Phone: 243-2195 • Fax: 243-0088
Office Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10:00am-5:00pm
People Mover: Bus Route 7J
Web: www.stbenedictsak.com
E-mail: [email protected]
Saturday 5:00pm;
Sunday 8:00am, 10:30am, 12:15pm
Weekday Mass
Tuesday-Friday 9:15am
Adoration and Benediction
Wednesdays, 6:00-7:00pm
Lumen Christi Jr/Sr High School
Lumen Christi Phone: 245-9231 • Fax: 245-9232
Web: www.lumenchristiak.com
E-mail: [email protected]
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Wednesdays, during Adoration
Sat. 3:45-4:45pm or by appointment
Parish Calendar of Events
Sunday
11/9
Pastor
Rev. Leo A. Walsh, S.T.D.
[email protected]
243-2195
Parochial Vicar
Rev. Jacob Stronach, O.S.B.
[email protected]
243-2195
Deacons
Deacon Ted Greene
[email protected]
273-1597 (message)
Deacon Dez Martinez
[email protected]
273-1599 (message)
Administrative Assistant
Denice Yonker
[email protected]
243-2195
Business Manager
Danna Hoellering
[email protected]
273-1553
Pastoral Assistant
Marcy Adkins
[email protected]
273-1554
Veterans Day
11/10
Tuesday
11/11
Wednesday
11/12
Thursday
11/13
Friday
11/14
Pancake
Breakfast
OFFICE
CLOSED
9:15am
• Mass
9:15am
• Mass
9:15am
• Mass
9:15am
• Mass
Mass Times:
• 8am
• 10:30am
• 12:15pm
5:30pm
• Legion of
Mary
10am
• Kid Play
6pm
• Adoration and
Confessions
11am
• Why
Catholic
10am
• Junior Legion
of Mary
7pm
• Why Catholic
5:45pm
• Zumba
5:45pm
• Zumba
1:30pm
• CCD
6:30pm
• RCIA
• Adult Ed
• Lector Training
• Youth Night
7pm
• PCE Meeting
4pm
• High School
Confirmation
• Bible Study
Saturday
11/15
Festival of
Angels
Bazaar
10am
• Baptism
Class
• Usher
Training
7pm
• Theology
Thursdays
3:45pm
• Confession
• Choir
Practice
5pm
• Vigil Mass
6pm
• Knights of
Columbus
Burger Night
Sunday
11/16
Mass Times:
• 8am
• 10:30am
• 12:15pm
1:30pm
• CCD
Veterans Day
11/17
Tuesday
11/18
Wednesday
11/19
Thursday
11/20
Friday
11/21
OFFICE
CLOSED
9:15am
• Mass
9:15am
• Mass
9:15am
• Mass
9:15am
• Mass
5:30pm
• Legion of
Mary
10am
• Kid Play
6pm
• Adoration and
Confessions
11am
• Why
Catholic
10am
• Junior Legion
of Mary
7pm
• Why Catholic
5:45pm
• Zumba
• Adult Ed
4pm
• High School
Confirmation
8pm
• YM Meeting
5:45pm
• Zumba
6:30pm
• RCIA
• Youth Night
7pm
• Bible Study
7pm
• Choir
Practice
Saturday
11/22
11am
• Catechist
Formation &
Lunch
3:45pm
• Confession
5pm
• Vigil Mass
Director of Music
Ken Miller
[email protected]
273-1540 (message)
Office of
Evangelization & Catechesis
Director
Robert McMorrow II
[email protected]
273-1552
Youth Minister
Oriele Jones
[email protected]
273-1541
Adult Education
Dr. Bob Schihl
[email protected]
273-1541
Mass Intentions (*)
11/8
11/9
5:00pm
8:00am
10:30am
12:15pm
11/11 9:15am
11/12 9:15am
11/13 9:15am
11/14 9:15am
11/15 5:00pm
11/16 8:00am
10:30am
Mello Testa (ROS)
People of the Parish
Dan Adkins (SI)
Juan Ramos (ROS)
Rosalo V. Paeste (ROS)
U.S. Marines
Loretta Dunlevy (ROS)
Police & Firefighters
Anthony Curro (ROS)
Josie Gatemen (ROS)
Madeleine & Stephen
Yonker (SI)
12:15pm People of the Parish
*see mass intentions key on back page
Sunday 11/9 Sacramental Information
Contact the Parish Office at
243-2195 for more information on:
Ezekial 47:1-2, 8-9, 12
1 Corinthians 3:9c-11,
16-17
John 2:13-22
•Baptism of Infants is celebrated either
during Mass, after the 12:15 Mass or at
any other time approved by the pastor.
Parents and Godparents are required to
attend a Baptismal Preparation Class
prior to the baptism of the child.
Sunday 11/16 •Marriages are scheduled by meeting
with the pastor at least six months prior
to the wedding date.
Proverbs 31:10-13, 1920, 30-31
1Thessalonians 5:1-6
Matthew 25:14-30
•Funerals contact the parish office immediately after the death.
•Anointing of the Sick, Communion to
the Homebound, Call the parish office to
request a visit.
~Pastors Corner~
Celebrating the First Christian Church
This weekend, we celebrate the Solemnity of the Dedication of the Lateran
Basilica, the first Christian church ever built and the mother church of all Christendom. As with many things, this celebration represents so much more than just the dedication of a
building.
As most people know, Christianity was not legal in the Roman empire for the first three centuries.
Ironically, they were typically persecuted as atheists. The Romans were very religious people and the
well-being of the empire depended on keeping the gods happy. When things went wrong, the Christians were often seen as the source problem because they would not sacrifice to the Roman gods.
However, all that changed early in the fourth century during the civil war between Maxentius and
his younger brother Constantine. On October 28, 312, Constantine’s forces were massed outside the
city. That night, Constantine had a dream. In this dream he saw a large gleaming cross in the clouds
and heard a voice say, “In hoc signum vincet!” (With this sign, conquer!) The story goes that Constantine then had the cross affixed to all the battle standards. When the two forces met at the Milvian
bridge, Maxentius’ horse slipped on the rocks and he was thrown onto the riverbank and fractured his
skull. With the death of their leader, Maxentius’ forces were defeated soundly.
Constantine attributed his victory to the intervention of the Christian God and as a gesture of gratitude, he legalized Christianity and built four large basilicas in the city, the first of which was the basilica in an area known as the Lateran. The structure was completed and dedicated on this day in 313,
under the patronage of Sts. John the Baptist and John the Evangelist. It has always been the Cathedral of Rome. The building has undergone some repairs over the last 1700 years, the Lateran Basilica
is essentially the same as it was the day it was built.
So in celebrating the Dedication of the Lateran Basilica, we celebrate ourselves and the power of
the God of History to build up his Church at all times and in all circumstances. Happy feast!
Pastoral Council Update—In your pews you will notice a nomination form for the At-Large members
for the Pastoral Council. After prayerful discernment, please take a moment to nominate two people to serve on the
council. As mentioned each committee or team of ministries has already selected their members. In addition, two atlarge members will be chosen from the parish and two more will be appointed by the pastor, bringing the total membership to twelve. Pastoral Council members will serve for three year staggered terms.
Listen to Fr. Leo's recorded homily podcasts: www.stbenedictsak.com/podcasts.htm
Please Pray for: Valie Visaya, Diana Bennett, Paul Larson, Mary Dubois, Caryle Keefe, Paulo Iloilo, Kevin Pfeiffer,
Glenn Allen, Virginia Aberle, Harold Adams, Joan Alles, Martina Almeida, Rafael Apostol, Clifford Baker, Jane Barnham,
Elizabeth Bastiani, Maria Elisa Bente, Solita Balones, Belarde Family, Mark Blumenthal, Deneen B. Bozeman, Mike Bygott,
Chasse Family, Doris Claussen, Jim Curro, Kate Daniel, Riza Daniel, Christine Driskell, Monica Estil, Basilia Flores, Bobby
Garcia, Jose Garcia, Pierro Garcia, Victoria Garcia, Christina Garcia, Lillian Gibson, Louise Goetsch, Brittany Groenke,
Mary Heinz, Angelica Hess, Patricia Hoerling, Kim Hole, Anne Jaskier, Betty Johnson, Stacey Koenig, Paul Lacey, Debra
Larson, Keith Lauwers, Chuck Lastufka, Corazon Legarda, Patrick Maitland, Audrey Mather, Mark Mather, Greg Maturo,
Natividad Mendoza, Roldan Milallos, Thomas Milton, Leoncia Morante, Modesta Munoz, Hien Pham, Maddie Rey, Jeanne
Rosauer, Alfred Russell, Heriberto Saiz, Orlando Sargento, Mark Schoendaller, Joe Shaw, Stanley Smith, Lucia Soriano, Betty
Stokes, Rosalie Tadda, Steven Taylor, David Thompson, Helen Thompson, Peg Bernert, Patricia Vollendor, Beatrice Walsh,
John Logan, Marijes Apostol, Tuyen Pham, Jane Branham, Nicole Johnson.
(To add or remove please call 243-2195).
On Veterans Day we honor all, who answered to a service call.
Soldiers young, and soldiers old, fought for freedom, brave and bold.
Some have lived while others died, and all of them deserve our pride.
We’re proud of all the soldiers who, kept thinking of red, white and blue.
They fought for us and all our rights, they fought through many days and nights.
And though we may not know each name, we thank ALL veterans just the same.
~November Anniversaries~
Michael & Delma Moore
William & Patricia Vollendorf
Bernard & Beatrice Freeman
Thomas & Maureen Petrunic
Mark & Susan Truskett
Robert & Cynthia Ben
Robert & Patrice Walsh
Lonnie & Marcy Adkins
Doug & Rebecca Berry
Michael & Jocelyn Mullins
Roy & Filomena Vaimili
Jeremy & Erica Dufrane
William & Chelsea Pohland
Clifford & Aurora Baker
Ken & Linda Miller
11/24/1956
11/26/1966
11/29/1969
11/07/1970
11/05/1971
11/15/1980
11/28/1980
11/27/1982
11/28/1992
11/11/2000
11/30/2000
11/15/2002
11/20/2010
11/13/2011
11/11/2012
Many thanks and grateful prayers for your steadfast witness to the gospel in the vocation of married life. May Christ richly bless
you in the coming year! If you want to be sure that your anniversary is acknowledged, contact the parish office at 243-2195.
Calling All Welcoming People! The NEW
Welcoming Ministry is looking for you to greet
fellow parishioners before Mass at the entry doors
with a hearty "Good Morning, Good Afternoon or
Good Evening" while handing them a bulletin. We
also plan to start quarterly dinners to welcome
new Parishioners. All we are missing is
YOU!! If you are new to the Parish this could be
the ministry for you. Call Karen Sobolesky for
more information at 245-4116 evenings. Thank
you.
THANKSGIVING BASKETS
Why Catholic? Faith-Sharing Groups: We The Outreach Ministry is preparing for the annual
now have 2 faith sharing groups participating in
the Why Catholic? Program. One group meets at
Lumen Christi in the library Wednesdays from 78:30 and the other group meets Thursdays 1112:30 in the church. Both groups welcome new
participants. Please call Colleen 354-4372 to join.
Kid Play Fridays: We have access to Lumen
Christi gym on the following Fridays from 10am
until noon: December 19th, 26th, and January
2nd. Of course we are meeting every Tuesday
from 10am until noon.
The Parish Community Events Ministry
(PCE )will meet on Tuesday, November 11th, at
7:00 pm in the Parish Hall.
Thanksgiving Basket program. If you are able to
donate food, it will be appreciated. Below is a list
of suggested food items, according to the first letter of your last name. The food will be packaged
on the Friday before Thanksgiving, and will be
delivered on Saturday, November 22. You may
drop off food in the basement of the church by
noon on Thursday, November 20. Turkeys can be
dropped off at Tastee-Freez any time before and
tell them they are for St. Benedict’s Church.
Please call Outreach at 273-1596 if you need a
basket and leave your name, address, phone number and how many people are in the household.
Also, let us know if you can pickup your own
basket on Saturday November 22 between 10a
and 11a. any extra food will go to Outreach to
help families throughout the year.
Liturgical Ministry Important Dates!
Lector Training: Nov. 12 - 7pm
Usher Training: Nov 15 - 10am
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Food needed:
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If you have not signed up yet for the
new liturgical year you may do so
when you attend training.
STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE:
The Offertory Collection for Sunday, November 2: Weekly
offering was $13,114.00 online giving added $5,433.25 the
Building Fund was $877.00 online giving added $105.00.
for a total of 19,529.25 for the weekend. Our weekly average
is $14,691.43.
Thank you for your continued
and generous support!
A-E: coffee, tea, powdered milk, brown sugar,
sugar, flour, peanut butter
F-J: foil, oatmeal, instant potatoes, canned fruit,
canned vegetables, toilet paper
K-N: canned sweet potatoes, pancake mix, syrup, pie filling, cranberry sauce, soap
O-S: jello, gravy, dream whip, marshmallows,
foil pans, stuffing, jam or jelly
T-Z: butter or margarine, rolls, black olives, pie
crust, paper towels, soup, juice
~Knights Table~
www.facebook.com/kofc12290
"Burger Night for the month of November is
Saturday November 15th from 6-9pm.
This months burger night is a celebration of Father Leo's birthday
so there will be no charge, but donations to the Knights of Columbus
Scholarship Fund are welcome.
This night is to celebrate Father Leo's Birthday, so come out for
some good fellowship and celebration!"
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
14th ANNUAL THANKSGIVING GLOVE DRIVE
The Knights of Columbus is holding our fourteenth annual Thanksgiving glove drive. All
the gloves collected will be donated to Catholic Social Services and
given to the needy. All new or like new gloves can be placed in the
basket which is located in the rear of the church. Please help those
that are less fortunate. Think of how you would feel if you didn’t
have a pair of gloves this winter to keep your hands warm. “When I
was naked, you clothed Me” Thank you.
POT OF GOLD RAFFLE 2014
GRAND PRIZE $15,000 • Nine $1,000 prizes
• Proceeds go to Knights of Columbus Charities
• Drawing Dec,5th 2014 at Holy Family Cathedral
• Limit of 3000 tickets at $25 per ticket (permit #563)
"The ticket sales are coming to a close. If you haven't gotten your tickets yet see a knight."
Contact Mike Moore (907)563-6224 or ask any knight.
The Office of
EVANGELIZATION
Bob McMORROW, Director
CATECHESIS
Oriele JONES, Youth Ministry
273-1552 [email protected] 273-1541 [email protected]
Dr. Bob SCHIHL, Adult Ministry
273-1541 [email protected]
CONFRATERNITY OF CHRISTIAN
DOCTRINE (CCD)
Family Faith Formation
Who: Kindergarten thru eighth grade and their
parents.
What: Family catechesis from 1:30-2PM followed
by CCD for the children and optional adult
education classes for the parents.
When: Sundays from 1:30-3PM.
Why: Faith is fun, exciting and life changing!
Where: We will begin in the gym.
And: Come early for family fun time - Gym and
youth center will be open from noon to 1:30 PM
for optional family fun: coffee, juice, and cookies
will be provided.
Door prizes every week for all families
who have parents in attendance!
Symbolon Group Study
An adult group will meet during the high school faith
formation classes(4 - 5:45 PM) to look at the new
Symbolon video series. The group meets in room
109 LCHS. The topics are The Who is Jesus & The
Paschal Mystery followed by Q & A.
“This is no time to be ashamed of the
Gospel. It is the time to preach it from
the rooftops. Do not be afraid to break
out of comfortable and routine modes
of living in order to take up the challenge
of making Christ known in the modern
metropolis.”
Pope St. John Paul the Great
Catechists Needed
People who love Jesus, His Church, and
have a desire to share the faith with others!
Call 273-1552.
We are looking for catechists and other volunteers to help with our new SUPER SUNDAY family faith formation program.
Classes meet from 1:30-3:00 PM on Sunday afternoons. If you are interested, call
or email Bob McMorrow.
Our team will walk with you, and prepare
you in both teaching skills and Catholic content.
Super Sunday Team—We need help setting up each Sunday, taking attendance,
running the technology, and manning the
prize tables. If you are able to help, email or
call Bob McMorrow.
More Saints showed up on
Super Sunday!
ADULT CATECHESIS
On SUPER SUNDAYS
Starting at 2 PM
Dr. Bob Schihl “The Infancy Narratives from the
Gospels according to Matthew and Luke”
November 9th: Merry Christmas from Sts Luke
and Matthew
November 16th: The Genealogy of Jesus
in Matthew
LCHS Room 109
Fr. Jacob Stronach, O.S.B. “Praying the Bible: the
Divine Reading.”
November 9th: Lectio Divina: What is it?
November 16th: Meditation and Contemplation:
Compared and Contrasted
Lumen Library
Bob McMorrow “ Early Church History: The First
Three Hundred Years
November 9th: From Empty Tomb to the Ends of
the Earth
November 16th: Upon the Rock I Will Build My
Church: The Papacy in the Early Church
LCHS Room 107
ADULT FAITH CATECHESIS
BIBLE STUDY
All are welcome; Bible text and notes are provided.
No experience with the Bible is necessary. We are
studying
A Personal Faith Formation Program
for Every Parishioner
Encounter your Catholic faith - not just on Sunday but throughout the week, on your own time, at your
own pace, as much as you want top spend at a
time.
SYMBOLON is an on-line 20-episode video series
that presents the “big picture” of our Catholic faith.
These episodes are filmed on-location in Rome, in
the Holy Land, in Calcutta, and at the Augustine Institute Studios in Denver.
You create a login that permits you to access
Symbolon on your own, on your computer, your
smart phone, or your tablet.
Begin by registering at
http:// symboloncatholic.org/register
Then enter our St. Benedict Code: 2a81e2
“ Render unto Caesar: Serving
the Nation by Living Our Catholic Beliefs in Political Life.” By
Archbishop Charles J. Chaput.
To survive, American democracy depends on an engaged citizenry - people of character, including religious believers. Lighthouse Catholic Media. Available in
the church vestibule or from amazon.com.
The Gospel according to St. John
Tuesday evenings at 7 PM,
room 109, LCHS;
Coffee and dessert will be
available.
THEOLOGY THURSDAYS
MEDITATION OF THE WEEK
“If angels could be jealous of men,
they would be so for one reason:
Holy Communion.”
This series will return in January.
St. Maximillian Kolbe
(1894-1941)
Catechist formation and
lunch
Theology
and Brew
Three Dominican Sisters of Nashville will
present
A young adult
“The Heart of Catechesis in the
speaker series
Mind of the Church”
will gather at 7:30PM on Friday, Nov. 21st to hear
On Saturday, Nov. 22nd from
11-2PM
Lunch will be provided.
All catechists, and those who
think they might want to be
catechists are encouraged to
come.
Please RSVP so we know how many lunches
we need to provide. Email Bob at
“Sr. Joanna Marie, O.P.
Present on
Adventure God’s Style: Aussieland to Nashville
in Three Weeks”
How God’s Providence arranges
the universe for
our happiness.
Location to be announced.
[email protected]
YOUNG ADULT
MINISTRY
Krakow WYD is geared for young people
aged 16-35.
The pilgrimage will be in July, 2016. There
will be an optional pre-trip to Ireland.
Registration forms are now available in the
youth center. Or email Bob McMorrow if
you want more information.
ST BENEDICT
ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE
The destination of our 2015 pilgrimage is to
the sites of Ancient Rome, the Vatican and
Assisi, the home of St. Francis. Our tentative
dates are May 18th-28th. We hope to have an
audience with Pope Francis too.
Tea Tuesday
Join young adults (18-30) from around Anchorage for an evening of great conversation
and fellowship.
We meet from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm at
Coffee and Communitas
Questions? Contact Oriele Jones at 907-2731541. Find us on Facebook “Tea Tuesdays”
Located at 12100 Old Seward Hwy
St. Andrew Bobola, S.J.
Patron of our E/C Team
Pray for us.
~Our Community~
November 15
Lumen Christi
Festival of Angels Bazaar
Calling on vendors!
Lumen’s craft bazaar is gearing up for the holiday
season. If you are a vendor and interested in selling your craft at the bazaar, you can find more information, including the space and table reservation application: http://www.lumenchristiak.com/
pvo/fundraiser-events/festival-of-angels-craftbazaar/
Catholic Campaign for Human Development
Next weekend, our Archdiocese
will hold a second collection in
support of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development
(CCHD). CCHD provides funding both here in Alaska and across the nation to
initiatives that fight the root causes of systemic,
generational poverty. CCHD empowers individuals to enact meaningful change in their lives and
communities. Please prayerfully consider a gift to
this important collection. Thank you!
November 21 | RAIS Furniture Drive-Help
Them Come Home! Refugee Assistance & Immigration Services welcomes newly arrived refugees & immigrants to their new home in Anchorage, Alaska! Furniture given or donated to RAIS
is used to furnish the homes of those new to our
community! Deliver donations to Change Point
Church located at 6689 Changepoint Drive Anchorage, AK 99518 from 9am-5pm on Friday, November 21 - or - Schedule for donation pick up on
the 21st to 907-854-4718 by November 20! RAIS will accept smaller sofas, loveseats, kitchen
tables, chairs, dressers, book shelves, and lamps.
Holiday Wish List - Catholic Social Services Holiday Wish List is up for its Clare House, St. Francis House Food Pantry, and
Brother Francis Shelter. Go to
http://www.cssalaska.org/html/
holiday/holiday-wish-list.php to
see what is needed for clients
this Christmas season!
~Parish Bazaars~
November 15
•Holy Family Cathedral - 9am to 3pm
•Lumen Christi High School - 9am to 4pm
•St. Michael Church - PAL - 10am to 4pm
•Sacred Heart Church - WAS - 9am to 5pm
December 6
•St. Mary Church - Kodiak - 9am to 3pm
The Archdiocese/Holy Spirit Center
www.holyspiritcenterak.org
Advent Reflection Day: Holy Spirit Center, December 6, 9:00 to 12:30. From Creche
to Christ: A visual meditation on God’s gift
of love to us in Jesus Christ. Enter into deepening prayer and contemplation through the
dual lenses of Scripture and art. Selected art
from the 3rd to the 21st centuries will be presented. Presenter: Susan Jayich, M.A. For
more information or to register, contact Holy
Spirit Center (907) 346-2343. Registration
deadline Friday November 28, 2014. Register online at www.holyspiritcenterak.org or
call (907)346-2343.
Email: [email protected] Cost:
$35.00. Scholarships available for those
needing financial assistance. HSC is located
at 10980 Hillside Drive in Anchorage.
Following in His Footsteps Thrift Store:
Open Monday-Friday 10am-3pm, and Saturday 10am-4pm; contact the Store at
245-0017 or for other questions or to volunteer call Colleen: 354-4372 or Mary: 868-3453
Catechesis:
Choir:
Clare House:
Hospitality:
Pancake Breakfast:
Knights of Columbus:
Legion of Mary:
Samoan Mass:
Filipino Mass:
Outreach:
Prayer Chain:
R.C.I.A.:
Mass Intentions:
Bob McMorrow: 273-1552, Dr. Bob Schihl and Oriele Jones: 273-1541
See Ken Miller after Mass or email [email protected]
Food for Clare House: 4th Tuesday each month; contact Linda Fleener: 243-5688
Coffee and donuts, following 8:00am and 10:30 am Masses, except on Pancake Breakfast
Served 8:00am to 12:00pm on the 2nd Sunday of the month from October to April
Meets every 1st Wednesday (Business) and 3rd Wednesday Social & Potluck (all welcome)
Meets every Monday at 5:30pm in the Parish Hall; contact Phyllis Wilson: 344-8947
At 12:15 Mass, the 1st Sunday of the Month
At 12:15 Mass, the 3rd Sunday of the Month
Emergency food for those in need call 273-1596
For information call Ann Curro: 349-3772 or email Peg Walsh Bernert: [email protected]
Meets Tuesday 6:30-8:00 pm; contact Marcy Adkins: 273-1554
SI=Special Intentions, RTH=Return to Health, ROS=Repose of the Soul
St. Benedict's Youth Activities
Dear Young People,
“The joy of the Gospel is
such that it cannot be taken
away from us by anyone or
anything. The evils of our
world—and those of the
Church—must not be excuses for diminishing our commitment and our fervor.”
-Pope Francis
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
Junior Legion of Mary: Join us on Fridays,
beginning at 10am in the parish hall, ages 818.
World Youth Day 2016 in Krakow-We
will have registration forms available this
summer. The pilgrimage will be in July of
2016. There will be an optional Pre-trip to Ireland.
Jamaica Trip Meeting: If you are still interested in going, please contact Oriele Jones.
Youth nights
We meet every Wednesday evening from
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm in the upper room
above the gym.
This Week: French Fries and
Fransiscans: Bring fun things to top your
French Fries with and learn about Fransiscans!
Food
Friends
Faith
Regular meetings
YODA– 3:00 in the Upper Room
Youth Ministry Team– 8:00 pm on Nov. 16th
And… for the Junior high
 Junior High Night– Nov. 14th at 7PM
A movie night with the Lumen Christi Jr.
High in room 105
Small group sesh at Faith Formation