Our Lady of Victory & St. John Vianney Parishes

Our Lady of Victory &
St. John Vianney Parishes
Ministering to the people of West Haven, Connecticut
“Let us then pursue what leads to peace and to build up one another (Romans 14:19).”
November 9, 2014—Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
Office for the Parishes
(Our Lady of Victory Rectory)
Phone: 203-934-6357 or 203-934-6000
Fax: 203-932-3315
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: www.olov.org
Office of Religious Education
Phone: 203-933-0044
E-Mail: [email protected]
Our Lady of Victory School
620 Jones Hill Road
Phone: 203-932-6457
Fax: 203-932-6456
Website: http://olov.eduk12.net
Beacon on the Hill
Parish Social Ministry Center
634 Jones Hill Road
Phone: 203-931-9989
Mass Schedule
Weekend Masses
Sat. 4:30PM (SJV); Sun.: 8:00AM (OLOV),
9:30AM (SJV), 11:00AM (OLOV)
Weekday Masses
7:30AM Masses: Mon., Wed, & Fri. (OLOV)
7:30AM Masses: Tues. & Sat. (SJV)
Our Lady of Victory Church (OLOV)
600 Jones Hill Road
West Haven, Connecticut
St. John Vianney Church (SJV)
300 Captain Thomas Boulevard
West Haven, Connecticut
PARISH STAFF
Priest:
Rev. Joseph R. Cronin, Pastor
Deacons
Deacon Dean Macchio
Deacon Paul Sabo
Pastoral Associate:
Sister Ellen McNulty, O.P.
Music Ministry:
Eduardo Perez, Director
Jaclyn Chiarelli, Assistant Director
Office Staff:
Ann Talevi, Business Manager
Patty Boyne, Morning Office Manager
Betty Pergolotti, Afternoon Manager
Lucy Adante, Evening Manager
Maintenance:
Nick Corso, OLOV Custodian
Ernie Conte, SJV Custodian
Trustees:
Frank Gentilesco & Connie Hubbard,
OLOV
Tim Ellis & Ann Talevi, SJV
Religious Education Office
LoriAnn Ruiz, Director of Religious
Education
Our Lady of Victory School
Ardell Bartolotta, Principal
Lucy Adante, Office Manager
Cecelia Castillon, Receptionist
Beacon on the Hill:
Rose Ann Gulisano, Director
Anita Pagogna, Clothes Closet Mngr.
Robert DeFonce & Mr. & Mrs. Greig
Food Pantry Mngrs
Barbara Messina & Marianne
Hartnack, Diaper Bank Mngrs.
Valerie Kilmartin & Claire Sullivan,
Durable Medical Equipment
Weekly Mass Intentions
SATURDAY, November 8– Weekday
7:30AM (SJV): Catherine McKeon
Req. by Marla Rapini
4:30PM (SJV): Peter Murphy Req. by Wife & Family
SUNDAY, November 9—Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
8:00AM (OLOV): Verna Gilhuly
Req. by Richard, Marie & Julianne Miska
9:30AM (SJV): Eva Widger
Req. by the Senior Exercise Group
11:00AM (OLOV): Richard S. Kramer
Req by Wife, Gloria & Sons, Richard & Edward
MONDAY, November 10—St. Leo the Great
7:30AM (OLOV): Emma Piscatelli
Req. by Karen Naples & Dennis Piscatelli
TUESDAY, November 11—St. Martin of Tours
7:30AM (SJV): Doris M. Reed
Req. by Her Family
WEDNESDAY, November 12—St. Josaphat
7:30AM (OLOV): Delores Cassidy
Req. by the Breakfast Group
THURSDAY, November 13– St. Frances Xavier Cabrini
NO MORNING MASS
FRIDAY, November 14— Weekday
7:30AM (OLOV): Leonard Robertson
Req. by Wife
SATURDAY, November 15– St. Albert the Great
7:30AM (SJV): Deceased Members of the Belard &
Novak Families
Req. by the Barnes Family
4:30PM (SJV): John Recardo & Ralph Cavallaro
Req. by Family
SUNDAY, November 16—Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary
Time
8:00AM (OLOV): P. Michael Garufi & Diane Markey
Req. by Family
9:30AM (SJV): Gary Lewis
Req. by Karen Naples & Dennis Piscatelli
11:00AM (OLOV): Lydia Casalini
Req by Family
OLOV Sanctuary Light
Dennis Joyce, Req by Family
SJV Sanctuary Light
Michelle Grillo, Requested by Mom, Laura & Grillo Family
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Fr. Joe’s Notes
THANK YOU!
My dear friends,
The weather is becoming colder and the
leaves are falling off the trees. Halloween is behind
us, and Thanksgiving is yet to come. Stores are decking themselves out for Christmas as I write this.
We’re approaching Advent, but we are still in the end
of Ordinary Time. We’re in a time of transition. We
have to make the most of these times. We can look
back and see all we have faced; we can look forward
to new things yet to come. It’s a chance to see what
has been and anticipate what will be.
My family is in a time of transition.
I will be heading up to Topsfield,
Massachusetts today for the wedding
of my niece, Evelyn, and her fiancé,
Daniel Bernays. She’s the first of the
next generation to tie the knot; not
just of my nieces and nephews, but of
all the people in her generation on
both sides of our family. My parents
are now the old generation and we
are the ones passing the torch to the
next group who are starting new and exciting lives.
It’s a new time of adjustments in family dynamics.
So we celebrate the beginning of something new as
we look back at all that brought us to this point. We
hope for good things yet to come as the family
grows even larger.
Last weekend, Deacon Dean buried his mother. Linda helped her family to prepare by reassuring
them of her faith in Christ and the love she had for
her family. They sent her off to God with assurances
of faith in the Resurrection, but it’s still a time of sorrow. They’re in a time of transition, adjusting to
their new normal. It will affect countless areas of
their lives, many in ways they can’t begin to understand right now. In this time of change, they can
look back at a lifetime of memories with a woman
they love. The transition is difficult, but with faith
and love, they will move forward as a family. Please,
keep them in your prayers as they grieve their loss
and celebrate her life and faith.
We all face times of change in our lives.
Some are joyous and some are sad, but they’re inevitable. We can use them as times for reflection. We
can see how we arrived at this point to make plans to
improve in the future. We can eagerly expect good
things to come and be happy that our God is with us
on the journey. Make the most of those times between the big moments. Use them to adjust. Like
the chilling of the climate in fall prepares us for winter, the moments of change in life prepare us for
where we will be going next. We just ask God to be
with us and guide us along the way.
Hopefully yours in Christ, Fr. Joe

We would like to thank everyone who worked so
hard to make the special All Souls’ Day liturgy a
beautiful celebration. We are most grateful for
the Lazarus Committee, Bereavement Ministry,
and Music Ministry who planned the Mass.
Thanks to the greeters, ushers, servers, Eucharistic Minister, and lectors. We are grateful for the
Hospitality Committee hosting the reception in
the hall. We thank the Knights of Columbus for
lining the walkway with luminaries, despite the
fierce winds. Most of all, we thank everyone who
attended and prayed for our departed brothers
and sisters. There is great comfort in knowing
you have the support and prayers of the parish
community in a time of grief and pain. Your
presence was a powerful message of hope and
love. Thanks to all who make this such a beautiful and powerful celebration!
?
Ask Father
?
Question: Father, I get the image of God as Father
and as Son, but what is the Holy Spirit?
Answer: The Holy Spirit is the Third Person of
the Holy Trinity. That’s the quickest, easiest, and
most direct answer, but one that doesn’t help explain what it means. To define the Holy Spirit is a
difficult thing. The Father has given the Law and
Jesus has come to speak to us by sharing in our
humanity, but the Spirit of God is something that’s
not so direct. The Holy Spirit inspires humans to
speak the truth of God, but does not speak for itself. The Spirit reveals the Word of God to us and
opens our eyes to Christ in our lives. The power of
the Spirit is to point out other things: the plan of
the Father in Creation, the love of Christ for the
world, the unity of all believers in the Church.
The Spirit is the Paraclete, an advocate and a consoler of mankind. It is the dynamic presence of
the divine in Creation, moving and directing us
along the path to sanctity. It’s difficult to see that
which is always reflecting something else. That is
why it is so hard to define and explain the Holy
Spirit. It’s like the love of a couple. You can see
the two people, but their relationship itself is a
powerful, real thing that affects their lives and the
lives of others around them. Think of the Holy
Spirit as the love of the Father and the Son that
shapes and moves the world God has created.
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Parish Information Page
Sacraments

Ministry & Organizations
Baptism
Homebound Ministry
Contact our parish office to arrange a baptism.
Baptismal preparation class usually takes place
the first Sunday of the month at OLOV, 12:15PM.
Please call to schedule with us before attending.
Marriage
Please, contact the rectory if you, a family member or a friend is unable to come to church. We
have people to visit at home and our Eucharistic
Ministers can bring Communion. Please, call us
to make arrangements.
Call the rectory to make arrangements
to be married at either church. Participation in marriage preparation class is
required. Call for more information.
Knights of Columbus
Our parishes have their own council,
#14326, that meets the second Tuesday of every month in the hall at SJV
at 7:30PM.
Confessions
The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available to
Choir
all every Saturday afternoon from 3:00-4:00PM at
St. John Vianney Church. You may also call to
Rehearsals are on Tuesdays, 7make an appointment if needed.
9PM for Adults. Children’s choir
practices on Tuesday, at 5PM.
Sacrament of the Sick
Should anyone need Anointing of the Sick, call
Father at the rectory to make an appointment.
OLOV Smoke-free Bingo
Play starts Tuesdays at 7:30PM in the
hall at OLOV. Doors open at 6:30PM.
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Prayer Groups & Bible Study
The social group meets on Mondays as scheduled.
Bible Study
On Tuesday, November 11th, we
will study Job, Chapter 13 - A Plea
for Confronting God
All are welcome to join us!
Rosary and Divine Mercy
SJV: in the chapel Thursday afternoon at 1PM.
OLOV: in the church at 5PM every weekday
(except legal holidays) we recite the rosary.
Our prayer group meets two Sundays per month
at St. John Vianney. See Calendar for dates. All
are welcome to join us!
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Weekly Offering:
All Souls:
Cub Scouts
One pack of Cub Scouts meets on
Fridays in the hall at OLOV once a
month. Call 203-933-0237 for
dates and information. Another
pack meets at St. John Vianney on
Thursday evenings in the hall.
CO-DA Solutions
Lord of Peace Prayer Group
OLOV
Social Group
(Women’s 12 step Codependency Meeting)
Learn to create healthy relationships. A women’s
group of Co-dependence Anonymous meets Monday evenings from 7-8PM at SJV in the chapel.
Collections: November 2, 2014
Weekly Offering:
Monthly Offering
All Souls:
$9,559.00
$1,534.00
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SJV
$2,674.80
$ 1,335.36
$ 329.00
Benefiting Our Lady of Victory School
CHRISTMAS
GREENERY
SALE
Poinsettia (red) 4 1/2” Pot
Poinsettia (red, white or marble) 6 1/2” Pot
Poinsettia (red, white or marble) 8 1/2” Pot
Wreath w/Bow
Cemetery Pillow
$7.00
$11.00
$20.00
$15.00
$17.00
Poinsettia (red) 4 1/2” Pot
Qty
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Poinsettia (red) 6 1/2” Pot
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Poinsettia (white) 6 1/2” Pot
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Poinsettia (marble) 6 1/2” Pot
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Poinsettia (red) 8 1/2” Pot
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Poinsettia (white) 8 1/2” Pot
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Poinsettia (marble) 8 1/2” Pot
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Wreath w/Bow
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Cemetery Pillow
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OUR LADY OF VICTORY
SCHOOL RAFFLE
The school is
raffling off a
50” VIZIO E
Series Smart
LED HDTV
Tickets are only $10.00.
The drawing will take place
Sunday, November 23rd,
12:30p.m.
at the Christmas Boutique.
Stop by school or rectory and
get your ticket.
You can’t win if you don’t play!
WEEKLY READINGS
Monday, November 10: Ti 1:1-9, Lk 17:1-6
Name:________________________________________________
Tuesday, November 11: Ti 2:1-8, 11-14/Lk 17:710
Telephone: _________________________________________
Wednesday, November 12: Ti 3:1-7, Lk 17:11-19
Email Address:____________________________________
Thursday, November 13: Phlm 7-20, Lk 17:20-25
Amount Enclosed:________________________________
Return this form to school by November 14, 2014.
Make checks payable to
Our Lady of Victory School
Friday, November 14: 2 J n 49, Lk 17:20-25
Saturday, November 15: 3 jn 5
-8, Lk 18: 1-8
Sunday, November 16: Pr v
31:10-13, 1 Thes 5:1-6
Mt 25:14-30
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Please pray for:
Judy Alexander, Jason Adams, Kaye
Alonso, Peter Alonso, Brady Antaya, Valeria Aspreli, Anthony & Catherine Augliera, Michael P. Augliera, Salvatore M. Augliera, Jason Ballaro, Kathleen Behringer,
Josephine Boccanfuso, Gary Bonci, Billy
Bruneau, David & Nina Burke, Vanya
Calerucci, Lenore Campaniolo, Mary Ann
Capardi, Michael Carter, Michael Cote,
Robert G. Cretella, Gina Cuccaro, Joe &
Marie Cullen, Judy Cunningham, Bob Curran, Ray Curran, Eleanor D., Kayla D.,
Deana DeMaio, Barbara DeMayo, Anthony
R. DeNigris, Samuel & Carolina DeNigris,
Frank Jr. & Jack Dini, Robert D. DiVerniero, Mark D’Onofrio, Marie Duffy, John
Dymarcik, Mary Errato, John Farina, Connie Feuhrer, Therese Gill, Alex Gregory,
Hunter Grove, Paul Hotchkiss, Rachel
Radziszewski Houston, Edna Hall, Harrison
Iamartino, Dolores Iuteri, Frank Joyce, Jim
Kurlander, Rita Kapinos, Eva Grace Kelly,
Tracey Kippur, Thomas Lague, Laurrain,
Maurice Lapre, Helen Leavitt, Louise
MacLennan, William Magrino Jr., Tina
Markantonakis, Anthony Mastriano, Jimmy
Maxwell, Mary Ellen McMillan, Michael
McNamara, Angela Meloni, John G. Messina, Norman & Lillian Misheloff, Ralph
Monaco, Kate Moriarty, Paula Nanacchio,
Maureen Ochoa, Dawn Marie Palmisano,
Ignazio (Iggy) Palmisano, Gina Parisi, Lorita Patchell, Louise Porto, Walter
Radziszewski, Ana Rambilus, Peggy Reiss,
Peter Rossi, Alison Rydzewski, Anthony
Sagnella, Danielle Santoro, Ann Sault, Marian Serphillips, Jack & Joan Shea, Camille
Speigler, Jim Stearns, David Swanson, Raymond & Audrey Sweeten, Margaret Tango,
Anthony Terrasi (son), Caroline Thibideau,
Barbara Tonucci, Juana Torres, Mike Vanucci, Thomas Venditto, Josephine White,
Dick Wicker, baby Jack York, Youssef,
Donna Zamlonski
THANKSGIVING FOOD
DRIVE
It’s time again for our annual Thanksgiving food drive. Slips of colored paper are
in the pews with lists of items needed.
We ask that you please take one or more
of these slips and return the bags of food
to church the weekend of November 15
& 16. Bags will
be placed before the altar as
Thanksgiving
offerings to
God. After the
Masses, the
bags will be brought to the Beacon on the
Hill to sort and store for delivery to various agencies in our region. Your support
is greatly needed! Please, help us make
this a wonderful holiday for many families in need. We thank you for your generous cooperation!
We could also use help loading cars with
bags of food after the 9:30AM and
11:00AM Masses the weekend of November 15 & 16 and also unloading the vehicles at the Beacon on the Hill.
UPDATE NEEDED
It is time to update our list of homebound parishioners. If
your relative or neighbor can no longer join
us at Mass, please call
the Parish Office with
this information by
November 17th.
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ST. JOHN VIANNEY - MEMORIAL BRICK WALKWAY
In honor of our 50th Anniversary, we are selling personalized bricks for a
walkway. The bricks are 4” x 8” and may have up to three lines engraved
(a maximum of 18 characters per line). The cost for the first brick is $100,
$90 for the second, and $80 for the third or more bricks purchased. Checks
are made out to St. John Vianney. Fill out the order form, attach payment,
and drop it in the collection basket in an envelope “Anniversary Brick”.
You may also drop it off at the rectory. All forms and or any questions go
to Patty Boyne at (203) 934-6357 or email: olovrectory @yahoo.com. Print
what you want engraved on the brick. One letter per box. Leave a space
between each word. Give us your contact information should we have questions.
Name: _______________________________________________________________ Phone: _____________________________
+++ —-OPTIONAL ART MAY BE ADDED —- +++
For $10 extra per brick, you may add an image to the brick. If so, you have only 15 characters of text
per line each of the three lines. There are five options listed below. Check one options if you chose.
___ 1) Celtic Cross ____ 2) Latin Cross ___ 3) Knights of Columbus Logo ___ 4) American flag ___ 5) Rose
ST. JOHN VIANNEY CHURCH COOKBOOK
As part of our 50th Anniversary, we will be publishing a cookbook.
Now is the time to share your favorite recipes with your family and
friends. We will be collecting recipes over the next few months.
Please submit a sheet that contains the following information:
Recipe for St. John Vianney’s 50th Anniversary Cookbook
Category:
Recipe Title:
Ingredients:
Directions:
Comments:
Submitted by:
Telephone # to contact, if any questions:
Please either drop recipe off at rectory, drop in collection basket at
either church or mail to OLOV 600 Jones Hill Road, West Haven.
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Christmas Shopping? Think SJV 50th Anniversary “Church Merch”!
Skip the mall and the Black Friday crowds this year and consider giving a unique and special gift
that supports your parish. Here are some great holiday gift ideas from the St. John Vianney 50th anniversary committee
Tee
Jersey
Hoodie
Onesy
Go to the Café Press website at www.cafepress.com/sjvolov and shop for SJV logo apparel.
Order now and wear your SJV apparel to the Christmas Sing Along on
December 12th to be entered in a drawing for a special raffle prize!
Baseball Hats – a limited number of adjustable baseball hats in maroon with white
logo are available for purchase. Stop by the “Church Merch” table after Masses and
pick up a SJV logo baseball cap for only $10.00. One size fits all!
SJV Christmas Ornaments
Christmas ornaments commemorating the 50th
Anniversary of St. John Vianney Parish are
here!
Beautiful CT made, Ernie Conte designed
pewter ornaments of the old church building
and the St. John Vianney Statue are $10.00
each or the set of two for $18.00. They make a
great stocking stuffers, hostess gifts or gift tags!
On sale at the rectory office!
Call the rectory at (203) 934-6457
If you would like any additional information or
help with your shopping!
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PAINT NIGHT
PLAN AHEAD!
LESSONS & CAROLS
OUR LADY OF VICTORY
Sunday, December 7
4:00PM
TREES OF WEST HAVEN
ST. JOHN VIANNEY
Saturday, December 6
10:00AM—4:00PM
5:30PM-6:00PM
Sunday, December 7
10:30AM—6:00PM
CHRISTMAS SING-A-LONG
On Saturday, November 15th we are hosting a
“Paint Night” to benefit Beacon on the Hill. It’s a
fun way to spend the evening with friends and
you each get to go home with a 16x20 masterpiece painted by YOU! It will take place in St.
John Vianney Hall from 7-9p.m. The cost is $35
per person, advanced tickets are highly recommended and can be purchased on
www.paintsipfun.com, just find our date and
check out –the link will also be on our website
and our Facebook page.
Beginners Encouraged—
All painting supplies will
be provided.
The event is BYOB and if
you’d like, please bring an
appetizer or dessert to
share. Bring friends—all
are welcome! Come and
join the fun!
Our Lady of Victory School
Christmas Boutique
SJV—FATHER’S REYNOLDS HALL
Friday, December 12
6:30PM
Sat., Nov. 22
9:00am-4:00pm
&
Sun., Nov. 23
8:00am—
1:00pm
CHRISTMAS MASS SCHEDULE
CHRISTMAS EVE
OLOV– 4:00PM
(Children’s Mass)
OLOV—Midnight
Raffle Drawings
Breakfast & Lunch Service
Amazing Craft Items
Variety of Vendors
CHRISTMAS DAY
SJV—9:00AM
OLOV– 11:00AM
See our newly re-designed webpage at:
ww.olov.org
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With questions call Cecelia at
(203) 932-6457.
SUN
9
NO
CCD
2PM
Lord of
Peace
Prayer
Group-SJV
16
Blood
Pressure
Coffee
and…
CCDOLOV
9:45-10:45
Thanksgiving
Food
Drive
23Christ the
King
“Giving
Trees”
CCD-OLOV
9:45-10:45
8am-1pm
Christmas
Boutique
OLOV Hall
2PM
Lord of
Peace Prayer Group-SJV
30
NO CCD
MON
10
9AM Veterans Day
Prayer Service in
OLOV Hall
5PM OLOV
Rosary
NOVEMBER
WED
THURS
TUES
11 NO CCD
2PM Bible StudySJV
5PM OLOV Rosary
OLOV Choir
Children 5PM
Adult 7PM
NO CCD
7PM RCIA Inquiry SessionOLOV Rectory
CO-DA Solutions-SJV
7-8PM
17
5PM OLOV
Rosary
CCD-OLOV
4-5PM, 5:15-6:15,
6:30-7:30
7PM RCIA Inquiry SessionOLOV Rectory
CO-DA Solutions-SJV
7-8PM
7-8:30PM Bereavement Support
Group-Beacon
OLOV BINGO
7:30pm
FRI
13
14
5PM OLOV
Rosary
1PM SJV Rosary &
Divine Mercy
5PM OLOV
Rosary
5PM OLOV
Rosary
6:30-8PM Cub
Scout Pack
288—OLOV
Hall
Thanksgiving Food
Drive
7PM Adult Confirmation –Rectory
6-8:30pm Biblical
School-SJV St.
Joseph Room
Diaper Bank
9:3011:30am
Blood Pressure after
4:30 Vigil
Mass –SJV
K of C Meeting –
SJV 7:30PM
18
19
20
21
22
2PM Bible Study
SJV
5PM OLOV
Rosary
1PM SJV Rosary &
Divine Mercy
5PM OLOV
Rosary
5PM OLOV Rosary
OLOV Choir
Children 5PM
Adult 7PM
6-8:30pm Biblical
School-SJV St.
Joseph Room
5PM OLOV
Rosary
3PM Christmas
Fair Set-Up
6:30pm Confirmation Rehearsal-SJV
7PM
CONFIRMATION—SJV
9am4pm
Christmas Boutique
OLOV
Hall
7-8:30PM Bereavement Support
Group-Beacon
24
25
CCD-OLOV
4-5PM, 5:15-6:15,
6:30-7:30
5PM OLOV Rosary
OLOV Choir
Children 5PM
Adult 7PM
CO-DA Solutions-SJV
7-8PM
15
12
OLOV BINGO
7:30pm
5PM OLOV
Rosary
SAT
26
27
28
5PM OLOV
Rosary
HAPPY &
BLESSED
THANKSGIVING
9:00AM
MASS
AT SJV
OFFICE
CLOSED
2
3
4
5
5PM OLOV Rosary
OLOV Choir
Children 5PM
Adult 7PM
5:30PM Wellness
Team Mtg—
Beacon
5PM OLOV
Rosary
3PM Breakfast
with Santa SetUp
2PM Bible Study
SJV
7-8:30PM Bereavement Support
Group-Beacon
“Giving
Trees go
up.”
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OLOV BINGO
7:30pm
1
12:00 Social
Group luncheon
5PM OLOV
Rosary
CO-DA Solutions-SJV
7-8PM
2PM Bible Study
SJV
7-8:30PM Bereavement Support
Group-Beacon
5PM OLOV
Rosary
7PM Liturgy
Committee MtgBeacon
OLOV BINGO
7:30pm
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1PM SJV Rosary &
Divine Mercy
7PM Parish Social
Justice Committee
–Beacon
5PM OLOV
Rosary
6
8AM
Breakfast
with Santa
9:3011:30AM
Diaper
Bank
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