Dedication of the Lateran Basilica

November 9, 2014
Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
7am - 5:30 pm
ANTIPHON:
Let my prayer come into your
presence. Incline your ear to my cry for help, O
Lord.
COMMUNION: The Lord is my shepard; there is
nothing I shall want. Fresh and green are the
pastures where he gives me repose, near restful
waters he leads me.
Msgr. Michael J. Burke, Pastor Emeritus
Residing at Saint Eugene Rectory
200 S. Oak Avenue • Primos, PA 19018
Sunday Mass Schedule
Vigil: 4:00 pm Year Round
and 5:30 pm October through April
7:30, 9:00, 10:30 am, 12:00 noon & 5:30 pm
Monday through Friday
Holy Mass 6:30 am & 8:30 am
Saturday Holy Mass 8:30 am
Saints Philip &James Rectory
107 North Ship Road Exton, PA 19341
Phone: 610 363 6536 • www.sspj.net
Parish Clergy
Rev. Joseph C. Dieckhaus, J.C.L., Pastor
Deacon Charles W. Polley, Jr.
Weekend Assistance
Rev. Harry J. Erdlen, O.S.A., Malvern Prep
Rev. Christopher J. Drennen, O.S.A. Malvern Prep
Rev. Anthony W. Dieckhaus
Parish Staff
Mrs. Barbara A. Doyle,
Parish Office Manager
Mr. Michael McCafferty,
Business Manager
Mrs. Patricia A. Bogdan, M.A., M.S.,
Office of Liturgy Planning
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Refer to page 2.
Visits
To The Most Blessed Sacrament
Saint Mary Chapel
Monday through Friday
9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Devotions
Main Church
Miraculous Medal Novena
Veneration of Saint Pio of Pietrelcina relic
for our Infirmed, especially cancer patients
Saturday after 8:30 am Service
Saints Philip & James School
Pre-K, K, Grades 1–8: 610 363 6530
Sister Helen Thomas McCann , IHM, Principal
Sister Emily Vincent, IHM, School Development
Parish Religious Education
Office: 610 363 1307
Sister Eunice Marie, IHM, Director
CYO Information
www.sspjcyo.net
November 9, 2014The Dedication of
the Lateran Basilica
Saturday
4:00 PM
5:30 PM
November 8, 2014
People of the Parish
Brandon Coulter
Sunday
November 9, 2014
All Souls Departed
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, 12 Noon, 5:30 PM
Monday
6:30 AM
8:30 AM
November 10, 2014
Charles Weems, Jr.
Joe Devine
Tuesday
6:30 AM
8:30 AM
November 11, 2014
Sanctuary Guild
Ruth Lyons
Wednesday November 12, 2014
6:30 AM Nancy Louise Ruffo
8:30 AM Alexander Noreika
Thursday
6:30 AM
8:30 AM
November 13, 2014
Kathleen Altman
Kelly Ann Gillespie
Friday
6:30 AM
8:30 AM
November 14, 2014
Michael Meehan
Joan Golub
Saturday
8:30 AM
4:00 PM
5:30 PM
November 15, 2014
Albert Samba Nguana
People of the Parish
Dorothy Krause
Sunday
November 16, 2014
All Souls Departed
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, 12 Noon, 5:30 PM
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Monday 7PM, Saturday, before Vigil Masses and
Sunday before 7:30AM & 9:00 AM Holy Mass.
Exposition of the Most Blessed Sacrament in St. Mary’s
Chapel Monday thru Friday 9AM-7 PM. Our Church is
always open all day Saturday and Sunday for visits.
Most Catholics think of St. Peter’s as the pope’s main church,
but they are wrong. St. John Lateran is the pope’s church, the
cathedral of the Diocese of Rome where the Bishop of Rome
presides.
The first basilica on the site was built in the fourth century
when Constantine donated land he had received from the
wealthy Lateran family. That structure and its successors
suffered fire, earthquake and the ravages of war, but the
Lateran remained the church where popes were consecrated
until the popes returned from Avignon in the 14th century to
find the church and the adjoining palace in ruins.
Pope Innocent X commissioned the present structure in 1646.
One of Rome’s most imposing churches, the Lateran’s
towering facade is crowned with 15 colossal statues of Christ,
John the Baptist, John the Evangelist and 12 doctors of the
Church. Beneath its high altar rest the remains of the small
wooden table on which tradition holds St. Peter himself
celebrated Mass.
PLEASE REMEMBER…those who are sick in your
prayers, Judy Polley, Peter Xuan-Thuy Nguyen, Grace
Fischer, Sue Kobleas, Matthew Rittenhouse, Dan Keating and
Chase Marlin.
For those in need of Healing Prayer there are pray overs
the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month after the noon Mass
on the Blessed Virgin Mary side of the alter.
PLEASE REMEMBER all our
deceased benefactors especially
Rita Lamb.
Difficulty Hearing in Church? Did you know that you can bring
any transistor radio with a head set to church and tune to channel
107.5 to receive assistance with hearing. Those who have been
using this assistance are most pleased. The radio does not have to
be special. The least expensive ones work just fine.
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Dear Sisters and Brother in the Lord,
Welcome to SSPJ Bishop John McIntyre. We are grateful for your pastoral visit and celebration of the Eucharist, Sunday,
September 9 at Noon. We are blessed to have a successor to the Apostles in our midst.
I know you join me in expressing SSPJ’s gratitude to Fr. Stephen DeLacy, Archdiocesan Vocation Director, for preaching
at all of our weekend celebrations of Holy Mass, November 1 & 2. What a great way to celebrate national Vocation
Awareness Week. Please continue to pray for those being called to the Sacred Priesthood and Religious Life. Father
DeLacy, and some of our young men from our parish, joined me in the rectory for soup land sandwiches after Sunday
evening’s Mass. Father DeLacy certainly establishes great rapport with youth. Please pray for the success of his outreach
to the young men of our Archdiocese. Please also remember to point out the fact to young men and women who you think
would be good candidates for the Priesthood and Religious Live. Looking at statistics, the chances of being happy in the
fulltime service of God and His Church are infinitely higher than that of any other state in life or occupation.
Speaking of Vocations, as you know the annual Seminary Collection is in process. Envelopes have been mailed to our
parish homes to solicit your help with the education/formation of our future priests. Please mail whatever sacrifice you can
make for this most worthy cause directly to the Seminary or if you prefer the collation basket on Sunday. Those who may
wish to use pledge cards for payments through the year may find these at the doors of the church. Seminarian Eric Tamney
will speak on behalf of the Appeal at our weekend Masses, November 22 & 23.
A sincere thank you to the representatives of the boy and girl scouts, CYO and youth group for the weekend service time
through the month of October for the annual “October Count”. On average we have 3,000 worshipers each Sunday at
SSPJ. This is a great tribute to our faithful parishioners and all who join us in our celebrations. We are blessed to have so
many involved people in the planning and execution of our Liturgies. Thank you and God bless you one and all. Father
DeLacy had me laughing, but proud, on Sunday when he told me that our celebrations are well oiled machines, this is due
to the fact that it is a not an infrequent comment from our many visitors. As you know the public prayer of the Church is
best done in such a way that the individual parts of the Mass, and those who execute them, are presented in a seamless way
so as not to distract from the common effort of communicating with God. Liturgy is not meant to be a show or
entertainment but a vehicle for the faith community to join in public prayer.
Thank you also to all who helped with our annual Mass of Remembrance. It was a moving experience for all involved
especially those who recently lost loved ones. +jcd
Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated the
Second & Fourth Sunday of most months at 1:30
PM in the Church.
Baptismal Instruction The next scheduled
class is Sunday, November 16, 2014 at 10:00 AM
in the Rectory Meeting Room. Please call the Rectory to
register.
Sacrament of Matrimony
Couples must make arrangements to meet with
a priest at least six months in advance. The
next Pre-Cana meeting is scheduled for March
6 & 7, 2015. Call the Rectory for more information.
Charismatic Prayer Meeting: Please join us on Thursday
11/13 at 7:30 pm in the Rectory Meeting room as we
strengthen our prayer life and deepen our relationship
with our Lord through song, praise and a teaching. For
more info, contact Larry Powers at 610-363-2937.
Adult Club—meets at 12:30 pm on the first and third
Thursday of each month. Refreshments, a short meeting,
bingo or bridge. We also arrange day trips during the
year. MaryAnn 610-344-7619 & Gloria 610-363-5977.
St. Pio Prayer Group of Chester County meets the 3rd
Saturday of every month, at SS. Philip and James Church,
Exton, beginning at 8 AM. All Chester County Parishes
are welcome to attend. Our next meeting is November
15th. For more information call
484-433-9401.
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DIRECTION FOR OUR TIMES would like to invite
everyone to join us at our monthly prayer meeting. We
meet on the third Thursday of every month at St.
Mary's Chapel @ 7pm. We have been blessed to
receive the "Nihil Obstat" and "Imprimatur" on all of
the writings by "Anne". "Come and see". Call Kathy
Dibrino, 484-888-1531 with any questions.
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SSPJ Food Drive weekend of 11/1516. Cash donations are requested for
Lord’s Pantry and West Chester Food
Cupboard the weekend of 11/1516. These cash donations will allow the
pantries to purchase food through their wholesalers at
up to 50% discount – resulting in twice as much food
to stock the pantries. For any questions, please
contact Dot Wolfgang via e -mail at
[email protected]
The 2014 Chester County Christmas Program
is coming soon! The Giving Tree, decorated
with ornaments presenting the children’s
Christmas wishes and their families’ needs,
will be in the vestibule of the Church before
and after all masses on November 15th and 16th. Volunteers
will be available to register anyone who wants to take an
ornament and to provide additional information. Gifts will
need to be returned during the weekend of December 6th & 7th.
We are also looking for volunteers to help with donor signups, gift sorting, and loading the truck to deliver the gifts to
St. Agnes. For more info, or to volunteer, please contact Doug
or Maria Weems at (610) 594 -9798 or
[email protected]
2015 Youth Basketball Clinic
Coordinator(s) SSPJ CYO
would once again like to hold
the Youth Basketball Clinic for K-4 students currently
registered in the parish. The objective of the clinic is to
teach the fundamentals of the sport in a non-competitive
environment. The clinic runs for 5 weeks on Saturday
evenings starting in late January and ends in early
March. We are in search of one of more motivated
individuals to organize the clinic and enlist volunteers to
help run the drills.
We are very eager to continue these skill development
workshops for our parish children.
Please contact John Dougherty at [email protected] if
you are interested in learning more about this
Coordinator opening.
Please NOTE: The 2015 Youth Basketball Clinic will be
cancelled if we are not able to secure a Coordinator(s) for
this year’s program.
Youth group members are reminded of
upcoming meeting on Saturday, Nov. 15 in the
gym 7:30-9:30 pm. New members from all
schools are welcome. Please wear sneakers to
play basketball and social games led by our teen staff. For
info on YPC, call Karen Truncellito, 610-363-1484.
SSPJ . . . a tithing parish in its foundation and future
STEWARDSHIP IS A WAY OF LIFE
Tithing: God’s Plan for Giving:
10% for God by giving 5% to your parish and 5% to God’s
other good works.
Stewardship Status as of November 2, 2014
Current Week Contributions
Actual
$35,586
Budget
$30,900
Surplus
-$4,686
Year-To-Date Contributions
Actual
$572,395
Budget
$587.100
Deficit
-$14,705
Auto Debit Contributions
New Enrollment
Form can be located on Parish
website www.sspj.net
Contribution Changes Contact [email protected]
Confirmation of Change will be sent
via email
SSPJ’S Thrift Shop Hours
Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:30-7:00 PM
Saturday 10-4 PM & Sunday 1-4PM
SSPJ Mothers Group Meeting—We will have our social
gathering on Tuesday, November 11th from 9:00am to
11:00am in the rectory meeting room. Come enjoy fellowship
with other mothers, as well as pray the rosary for our children
and our families. Children and new faces are always
welcome. For more information, please contact Phuong
Judkins (610-594-8759 or [email protected]).
The Prayer Shawl Group Crocheters and knitters are invited to join
the prayer shawl group which will meet November 14th at 9 AM in
the rectory meeting room. [email protected] 610-363-1720
[email protected]
SSPJ Helping Hands Volunteers A hand is here for
the asking! We are a volunteer group and ready to help our
fellow parishioners with temporary needs. We make meals,
visit, drive for errands and Drs. appointments, groceries and
church. Ask if you think we can lend a helping hand, or you
would like to join our volunteer group. Contact Sarah Hart 610
-269-4689 [email protected]
Dear Joann Carlin: Birthright of
Coatesville thanks you for your
kindness. We much appreciate your constant and continued
support helping us help our mothers and their babies.
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SSPJ Bulletin Holiday Deadline Schedule ONLY
November 30th Bulletin deadline to the Rectory Nov. 19
December 21st Bulletin deadline to the Rectory Dec. 10
December 28th Bulletin deadline to the Rectory Dec. 16
January 4th Bulletin deadline to the Rectory Dec. 19
All bulletin request send by Email to
[email protected] & [email protected]
Thank you
CELEBRANT SCHEDULE
November 15/16, 201
4:00 PM Fr. Jablonski
5:30 PM Fr. Jablonski
7:30 AM Fr. Anthony Dieckhaus
9:00 AM Fr. Erdlen
10:30AM Fr. Erdlen
12:00 PM Fr. McCabe
C. Polley
5:30 PM Fr. Jablonski
Counting Team 7
Annual Thanksgiving Outreach.
For those of you who are unfamiliar
with this outreach all you need to do
is put together a traditional
Thanksgiving meal for a family in
need to prepare and enjoy in their home. Suggestions are
a frozen turkey, 2 boxes of stuffing, a large box of
mashed potatoes , 4 or more cans of vegetables, cranberry
sauce, gravy, dessert (not frozen), rolls/bread. (THERE
IS NO COOKING REQUIRED ON YOUR PART). In
order to ensure each meal gets placed with a family, we
need to have an accurate count of how many meals we
will be providing. contact Scott or Debbie McNamee at
610-429-9606 with how many meals and/or any questions
you may have. Drop off will be Sun., Nov. 23, from 7:30
a.m. to 12 noon in the school cafeteria. Thank you!
Please send all bulletin request to the rectory by 12
noon on Mondays. Email [email protected]
&[email protected] Thank you.
PRIESTLY FORMATION - Mr. Matthew Biedrzyck, Seminarian
People were inquisitive when I entered the Seminary after graduating from Temple University with a degree
in Business Administration. Many asked me “Why?” For me, it was perfectly clear; this was my calling.
Through prayer, time spent with Our Lord in the Eucharist, and by way of Campus Ministry, retreats, and
leading Bible studies, I grew in my faith and realized this is where God was leading me.
Once, while hearing a priest preach on the mystery of Baptism, I felt God place a desire in my heart to do the
same one day – to become a priest, myself. After some time, I entered St. Charles Borromeo Seminary with
the confidence that here I would come to know His Will for me in His Church.
I’ve witnessed strong spiritual leadership from the priests in my life growing up in Holy Innocents and St.
Martha Parishes in Philadelphia. Their examples and guidance have greatly influenced me as I have grown to
more fully understand the beauty of our Catholic Faith.
I want to bring Christ to others. Once you realize Jesus Christ is there in the Eucharist – Body, Blood, Soul
and Divinity – it’s pretty powerful. St. Charles Seminary gives me the tools to learn God’s Will. I am being
formed after the heart of Jesus. Most recently, I was given the opportunity to bring Jesus into the classroom
at Bishop Shanahan High School. Sharing my story and His love allowed me to further my journey.
At the Seminary, I’ve experienced the fruits of servant leadership. I’ve learned that before you can truly lead
others, you need to first love them. I wouldn’t have had the strength or knowledge to lead in His image
without St. Charles. With the formation of strong leaders, motivated by love, our Church’s future is bright.
WAYS TO GIVE, - You may contribute to St. Charles Seminary Appeal in many ways: Pledge Gift, One
Time Gift, Credit Card Gifts, Matching Gifts, Electronic Fund Transfer, Gift of Securities, Planned Gifts,
Tribute Gifts. For more information, please visit www.stcharlesseminaryappeal.org or call 215-587-5650.
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SSPJ School News
Thanks Be to God!
Students Helping Students
At SSPJ School, there is so much for which we are
grateful! Our students are spending extra time
thinking about what we should not take for granted.
Below, read what two of our second graders consider
to be blessings in their lives:
Peer Tutoring is a new initiative that is taking place
in the SSPJ Middle School Math program. On
Wednesday’s after school, students team up to help
one another with the understanding and practice of
current math concepts and study skills. Even the best
students find it helpful to work in pairs to improve
their comprehension. In addition, the key to
mastering any subject is to teach it to others. Below
are several pairs of students working together during
a peer tutoring session.
“I thank God for my family because they care
for me. We go to church together. My family
makes me feel so happy!” ~ Grace
“I thank God for water because it helps us. I
drink it so it can keep me strong and healthy.
I like water!” ~ Kollin
Having Fun and Raising Funds
Upcoming Events
Mommy & Me - Ages 3, 4, 5
Thursday, November 13 - 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Mommy & Me Story and Craft! Register by visiting:
http://school.sspj.net/1969/mommy-and-me.
In anticipation of Halloween, our students were
allowed to wear orange or black if they made a small
donation to benefit cancer research. The total donated
was over $300! There were other fun activities
during the day including guessing how much candy
was in a candy jar. This fundraising effort was
coordinated by SSPJ’s student council. Pictured left
to right are some students who participated: Danny,
Madelyn, Patrick, Roger, and Nathan.
Open House - Pre-K to 8th Grade
Thursday, November 13 - 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Find out how our students “. . . Grow in grace and in
the knowledge of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ.”
2 Peter 3:18
Flapjack Fundraiser
Saturday, November 22 - 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Applebees,174 Eagleview Boulevard, Exton
Visit www.school.sspj.net for additional details.
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You can own this car for just $100!*
SS Philip and James Parish
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THE WINNING TICKET WILL BE DRAWN ON THANKSGIVING DAY
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SS. Philip and James School
All Class Reunion! Thanksgiving Weekend!
Space is Limited.
RSVP today!
Sunday, November 30, 2014
12:00 p.m. Mass
1:00 p.m. Reception in the Cafeteria
Check all that apply:
Alumni
Parents of Alumni
Clergy/Faculty/Staff Member
Name: ______________________________________________ Maiden Name: ______________________
Address: ________________________________________________________________________________
City, State, Zip: ________________________________ E-mail: __________________________________
Phone #: ______________________________ Year graduated: ______________
Number of people attending age 12 and older:
___________ x $15 = ______________
Number of people attending ages 6 - 11:
___________ x $5 = ______________
Number of children attending under age 6 (no charge):
___________ x $0 = ______________
Total amount = ______________
I may be interested in having my business included as a sponsor. Please contact me.
Reservations are due by Sunday, November 16. Please put this form in the Sunday collection bin with a
check made payable to SS. Philip and James School or mail to: Sister Emily Vincent, IHM, SS. Philip and
James School, 721 E. Lincoln Highway, Exton, PA 19341.
Tell us how you are doing, stay in touch with us, send us your photos! Visit www.school.sspj.net/alumni and
join our Facebook group at http://tinyurl.com/SSPJAlumni. Questions? Contact Sr. Emily Vincent at 610-3636530 x152 or [email protected] (Lower left photo courtesy of Eileen Auch Stewart dated 1967 and lower right courtesy of John Lesko
dated 1984).
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Visit SS. Philip and James School!
Thursday, November 13, 2014
Mommy & Me
1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
 For children ages 3 - 5 who are not yet members of SSPJ School.
 Visit us with your child for a God-centered story, craft, and snack.
 To register go to http://school.sspj.net/1969/mommy-and-me/.
Open House
6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 For families of students entering Pre-K through 8th grade in 2015-16.
 Meet our principal, teachers, and parents.
 Take a guided tour with our students.
 RSVP to [email protected] or call 610-363-6530 x152.
 If you are not available on this evening, call for a tour!
 In the meantime, visit our web site at www.school.sspj.net.
The Exton Lionville Ministerium
Invites you to a
Thanksgiving Prayer Service
On Sunday, November 23 at 7 PM
At Grove United Methodist Church
490 West Boot Road, West Chester
Theme: The Crowning of the Year with Bounty
Preacher: Pastor Jonathan Hauze , Saint Paul United Church of Christ of Exton
Light Refreshments and informal socializing after the Prayer Service
Free will offering for the Ministerium Emergency Relief Fund
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[email protected]
610-458-4044
www.picasopainting.com
501 E. Uwchlan Ave.
Chester Springs, PA 19425
WaterproofingOne.com
610-873-8490
Serving Seniors in Chester County for 20 Years
Excellent Nursing Care
Rehabilitation Therapies
Beautiful Outdoor Gardens
610-280-0722
[email protected]
www.stmarthamanor.org
CatholicHealthCareServices.org
All Souls Cemetery
OPTIMAL NUTRITION
ON A DAILY BASIS
West Brandywine Twp.
484-410-4110
Lots Available - Free Literature
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www.archphila-cemeteries.org
Wet Basement? Call today
St. Martha Manor
470 Manor Avenue • Downingtown, PA
Fax: 610-280-0985
PAROCHIAL & PUBLIC
SCHOOL STUDENTS
WELCOME
~ St. Elizabeth Parishioner ~
A & A TAX
(610) 525-0173
Simple Will - $95
I make house calls for the sick & elderly
Power of Attorney $95 • Living Will $95
Living Will language is approved by the Catholic Bishops of Pennsylvania
W. Marshall Pearson
311 Exton Commons, Exton, PA
610.363.3700
Cleanse...Revitalize...Replenish
In-Home Senior Care
Lose Weight Naturally
Through Effective Cleansing!
(610) 524-1954
KATE CLORAN
Health &
Wellness Coach
www.interimhealthcare.com/extonpa
When it
matters most,
count on us.
Ph: 484-880-9795
[email protected]
www.katecloran.isagenix.com
Robin Palmieri, RN, Owner
Call On The Guys In White
$51.00 OFF
Service Call
Excludes
Response Fee
PA# 15275
1-877-Plumber • 610-497-8664 • stongplumbing.com
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to see if we can help Save you money with your monthly payments on your
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Call us today 215-586-1575 or 267-251-0341
www.duqcapital.com
3900 City Avenue, Suite 107 • Philadelphia, PA 19131
WG Handyman Services, LLC
KAY, TABAS & NIKNAM
Ophthalmology Associates
EYE PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
Kristin M. DiDomenico, MD
General Ophthalmology/Cataract
www.kaytabas.com
Bill Garthwaite, SSJ Parishioner • Licensed (#PA103171) & Insured
Curtis Center, Ste. L-30
601 Walnut St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
No Job Too Small
(215) 925-6402
Carpentry/Remodeling • Drywall/Painting
Electrical Fixtures • Plumbing • Odd Jobs
610-620-4202
High quailty roofing for
your home.
GAF Authorized Installer
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610.873.1696 • We don’t subcontract!
James J. Terry
Funeral Home
15% OFF
Carpet &
Upholstery
Cleaning
Independent Living
Personal Care
Memory Support
Continuing Care Retirement Community
490 Manor Avenue • Downingtown, PA
736 E. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown
888-479-4314
James J. Terry, Supervisor, Funeral Director
Gregory C. Froio, Funeral Director
144 Ss. Philip & James, Exton PA (I) Rt. E
(610) 667-6760
$75 OFF 20% OFF
Tile & Grout
Cleaning
(200 sq ft min)
Air Duct &
Dryer Vent
Cleaning
25% OFF
Carpet
Stretching
& Repair
CLEANING SOLUTION INC.
610-296-9555
Traditional Funerals • Cremation Services
Pre Planning Services • Largest On-site Parking
(610) 269-6567
50 Monument Rd.
1st Floor
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
www.villasaintmartha.org
CatholicHealthCareServices.org
✔ Air Duct Cleaning (helps w/ allergies & sinus issues)
Licensed
✔ Carpet Cleaning, Stretching & Repair
&
Insured
✔ Tile & Grout Cleaning - Kitchen, Bath & Shower
Re-caulking, Re-grouting, Sealing, Tile Replace & Repair
✔ Dryer Vent Cleaning (major fire hazard!)
✔ Power Washing for Decks, Walkways, Patio & Siding
SENIOR CITIZEN
DISCOUNT
1.866.264.8444
CHURCH MEMBER
DISCOUNT
CHARLES A. MESSA, JR., DDS, M.A.G.D.
FAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY
72 W. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown
610-269-7000
John Patrick Publishing Company, Inc. (800) 333-3166 • www.jppc.net
Wakeley
Chester Valley
Rehab & Nursing
Center
Landscaping
Fall Cleanup • Firewood
Professional Realty
610-416-1188
Bill Gero
Virtual Tours at
www.BillGero.com
REHAB & NURSING CENTER
283 E. Lancaster Ave.
Malvern, PA 19355
Tel. 610-296-4170
Fax. 610-296-0514
www.chestervalleyrehab.com
Betsy Rettew
484.202.0490
CRS, CLHMS, Realtor
Relocation Specialist
Parishioner
484-459-8007 Direct
610-363-8444 Office
CHESTER VALLEY
Bookkeeping for
Small Business
Quickbooks Certified
FUNERAL HOME
CONTINUOUS FAMILY SERVICE SINCE 1875
610-696-1181
#PA008802
Joseph J. DellaVecchia, III., F.D. / Supv.
410 North Church Street • West Chester
10% OFF
SPJ
Up to a $30 value. Valid for repairs only. Coupon cannot be
combined with other offers. Must be presented at time of service.
CARNUCCIO COUNSELING LLC
Domenic J. Carnuccio, MA, NCC, LPC
CATHOLIC CHRISTIAN COUNSELING
Marriage • Family • Individual • Group
Member of Diocese
www.tobetterplaces.com
PROGRESSIVE CARE AT HOME. IT'S THAT SIMPLE!
Services at home, assisted living
and retirement communities.
Private Duty during hospital stays and rehab.
THE Nursing OFFICE
10% OFF 1st Month Of Services W/ This Ad
Complimentary Consultation • Qualified Care Providers • RN Assessment & Oversight
FURNITURE
WHOLESALE DIRECT
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RX
(877) 750-1012 • 24 /7 Support
3836 West Lincoln Hwy.
Downingtown 484-593-0640
progressivecareathome.com • 661 W. Germantown Pk., Ste. 8, Plymouth Meeting, PA
Windows • Doors
Siding • Carpentry
Roofing • Repairs
Free
Estimates!
Edward Callahan Inc.
610-399-1372 (484) 368-2206
“Better hearing through
professional care.”
www.furniturewholesaledirect.com
Financing Options To Suit Your
Budget & Needs
H: M,T,Th 7 F 12-7 W Closed,
Sa & Su 12-5
Parishioners... We Pay Your
SALES TAX!
Bring Ad For An Additional 6% OFF
Not to be combined w/ other offers or disc.
Quality Selection & Prices
That Can’t Be Beat!
FREE
INSPECTION
ASSOCIATES IN
AUDIOLOGY
Dr. Michael McCandless, AuD
Charles Lindsay, M.A.
Gigi Madison, HIS
Free Hearing Consultation
(610) 431-2044
BRAND NAME FURNITURE...
FOR LESS!
MERIDIAN
PC
SOLUTIONS
Computer Sales,
Service &
Repair
iPhone Repair
Banbury Shoppes
(next to Wawa)
Licensed & Insured
484-753-7300
www.meridianpcsolutions.com
PA Lic. #006806
215-427-1727
Sealcoating
Residential • Commercial
Sealcoating • Striping • Crack Filler
Patching • Powerwashing
(484) 999 - 4667
15¢ Per
Sq. Ft.
For Sealcoating
Min. $100
[email protected]
144 Ss. Philip & James, Exton PA (B) Rt. E
610-280-7891
Eagleview Blvd.
20% OFF!
www.chestercountyhearingaids.com
Romero
(parishioner owned)
B/W - Color
Engineering Copies
Passport Photos
Shredding - Shipping
We are the
Lionville Post Office
www.reagentprint.com
Mention this AD and get
BASEMENT WATERPROOFING SPECIALIST
407 W. Lincoln Hwy.
610-363-1340
REAGENT
EXPRESS
CENTER
PA4240
Therapy & Wellness, LLC
A Professional Psychotherapy,
Psychiatry and Nutritional
Counseling Practice Helping
Adults, Adolescents and Children.
Heating Oil - Propane
Furnaces-Boilers
Air Conditioners
1 N. Bacton Hill Rd., Ste. 107
Malvern, PA 19355
Sales / Service / Installation
“Our Roots are here,
others only have Branches”
(610) 616-5935
Call today for a price quote
Most Insurance Plans Accepted
www.cornerstonetherapy.com
610-692-3388
John Patrick Publishing Company, Inc. (800) 333-3166 • www.jppc.net