Saint Mary of Sorrows Church

Saint Mary of Sorrows Church
Parish Center • 5222 Sideburn Road • Fairfax, VA 22032
Historic Church • Fairfax Station Road & Ox Road (Route 123) • Fairfax Station, VA 22039
Phone 703-978-4141 • FAX 703-978-2568 • Website www.stmaryofsorrows.org
Parish Center Phone 703-978-4141 + Extension:
Pastor
Rev. James S. Barkett
ext. 15
Parochial Vicar
Rev. Christopher Hayes
ext. 16
Pastor Emeritus
Rev Donald C. Greenhalgh (Ret.)
In Residence
Rev. Jean Vanes Nicolas
ext. 17
Deacons
Marques Silva
[email protected]
Jeffrey Meyers
[email protected]
Religious Education
Esther Silva (DRE Grades K - 6)
ext. 29
Madeline Bernero (DRE Grades 7 - 8) ext. 70
Aida Willis (Registration)
ext. 28
Preschool
Elena Quartuccio
ext. 35
Youth Ministry
Brian Kissinger (YM)
ext. 11
Parish Social Ministry & Family Life
Carol Mayfield
ext. 19
Liturgy
Catherine Wester, OCDS
ext. 22
Music
Colleen Turgeon
ext. 21
Administrative Services
Maureen Vloet/Karen Ramsay (Reception) ext. 10
Cindy Bevilacqua (Registration/Baptisms/
...Bulletin)
ext. 24
Linda O’Brien (Pastor’s Assistant/
...Facilities Scheduling/Weddings)
ext. 13
Comptroller’s Office
Kathleen G. Coleman, MBA Comptroller ext. 20
Mary Ellen Kelliher
(Bookkeeper/Cemetery)
ext. 14
Facilities
Richard Witter
ext. 25
Counselors
Direct Line
Mary Ellen Ruff, LPC, ATR-BC
703-303-4983
Kathleen E. Scheg, JD, LPC, CEEP
703-568-0525
St. Mary of Sorrows is a caring Catholic community
dedicated to living the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We
Listen to the Word of God; Draw our life from the Liturgy;
Promote the sanctity of life; Proclaim the good news of the Gospel;
Serve others in a spirit of truth; Nourish through education;
Commit ourselves to proclaiming and promoting social justice.
Anointing /Visits to the Sick
Duty Priest 703-978-4141, ext. 1.
Last Sunday of the month after the 12:30 pm
Mass
Parish Center Office Hours
Mon - Fri: 8:30 am - 8:30 pm
Sat: 9 am - 6:15 pm
Sun: 8:00 am - 2 pm
Registration
Please register at the Parish Center Office so
that we can serve you more effectively. Your
use of envelopes helps us to assess our
resources and to plan for the future.
Inquiry (R.C.I.A.)
Fr. James Barkett at 703-978-4141, ext. 15.
Pastoral Council
Co-Chairpersons
Frank Adams
Thelma Garry
Members
Paul Armstrong
Charlie Gulac
Patricia Laux
Patrick Taitano
1
703-569-3935
703-978-1163
David Lopez
Ann Hartmann
Susan Lee
Weekend Mass Schedule
Worship Center
Sat: 5:00 pm
Sun: 7:30, 9:00, & 11:00 am, & 12:30 pm
& 5:00 pm September through May
Historic Church
Sun: 9:30 am
Daily Mass Schedule
Worship Center
Mon - Sat: 9:15 am
Morning Prayer: 9:00 am
Adoration
Monday, Wednesday & Friday begins after
the 9:15 am Mass until 11:45
First Friday All Night Adoration begins after
the 9:15 Mass
First Saturday Devotions begin after the
9:15 am Mass
Historic Church
Mon - Fri: 6:30 am
Holy Day Schedule - Worship Center
Vigil Mass: 7 pm; Holy Day: 6:30, 9:15 am, 7 pm
Confessions
Worship Center
Sat: 3:30 to 4:30 pm
Mon: 10 am
Wed: 6:30 to 7:00 pm
Travelers: www.Masstimes.org
0700 St. Mary
WWW.STMARYOFSORROWS.ORG
DEDICATION
OF THE
LATERAN BASILICA
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
PARISH LIFE
MASS INTENTIONS
Sunday, November 9
For the People, Santina Briatico †,
Sean Copland †, Roman David †,
Mike Bills, (HC) Elena Aiosa †
Monday, November 10
Ann Cullison †, Mike Ferrier †
Tuesday, November 11
Drew Quigley †
Wednesday, November 12
Matthew Coleman (Birthday), Becky Quigley †
Thursday, November 13
Barbara Durkin †, Carol Mayfield (Birthday)
Friday, November 14
Peggy Trice, Jack McGonigle †
Saturday, November 15
Memorial Mass (Amanda Kiesel †, Gloria Gonzalez †)
Stephen & Elsie Milisits †
Sunday, November 16
Peter Papas †, For the People,
Ken Schmitz †, Inez Lewis †,
Delores Ziac †, (HC) Margaret & Obren Dean †
Veteran’s Day Mass
Join us for our customary Veteran’s Day Mass
on Tuesday, November 11th, in the Worship
Center at our regularly scheduled 9:15 am
Mass. Following Mass a reception will be held
at Brion’s Grill, University Shopping Center. If
you are currently or have ever served our country in our armed serves in any capacity, please
come. There will not be a 6:30 am Mass at the Historic Church.
Resources and Safety Talk for Senior Citizens
All women (and also men) of Saint Mary’s are invited to a special event
sponsored by the Women’s Group of Saint Mary’s on Thursday,
November 13th, at 1:00 pm in the Historic Church Hall. This event
will begin with a light buffet lunch. Lunch will be followed by a short
talk given by Supervisor John Cook of the Braddock District on all
resources that are available for senior citizens in the County and
Braddock District. The Supervisor’s talk will then be followed by Police
Officer Frey speaking on safety in and around our homes. For information and to make reservations no later than Monday, November
10th, please contact Jeannette Godlewski at [email protected]
or Thelma Garry at 703-978-1161.
READINGS
Sun:
Mon:
Tues:
Wed:
Thu:
Fri:
Sat:
Sun:
Holiday Express Sweet Shoppe & Cafe
The Boutique Ladies have been busy
sewing, knitting, crocheting, cutting,
gluing and painting for our holiday sale
on November 15th and 16th in Farrell
Hall. We could use your help.
The Sweet Shoppe needs your special baked goods. And
this year, we would like some international desserts that your family likes to bake and eat. You could also help by working a shift.
Just call Maureen at 703-425-2662.
Our Cafe is open on Saturday. It’s a tradition to serve chili
and hot dogs. Any recipe works (hot or mild). A donation of a pot
of your chili would really help. Any questions, call Barb at 703978-9118.
Bring your baked goods and chili to Farrell Hall during the day
on Friday, November 14th or early Saturday morning, November
15th. All profits benefit St. Mary's parish. If you have any questions, call Lou at 703-426-8092. Thank you for your help.
Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12 ............1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17
Jn 2:13-220
Ti 1:1-9 ............................Lk 17:1-6
Ti 2:1-8, 11-14.................Lk 17:7-10
Ti 3:1-7 ............................Lk 17:11-19
Phlm 7-20 ........................Lk 17:20-25
2 Jn 4-9............................Lk 17:26-37
3 Jn 5-8............................Lk 18:1-8
Prv 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31
1 Thes 5:1-6.....................Mt 25:14-30
DONATIONS
Donations for the Week of October 26th
Envelopes, Loose Checks & Loose Change
Parish Giving
Total
Weekly Budget
Over/(Under)
Building Fund
Capital Improvements
Heat
Additional Collections
Samaritan Fund
World Mission
Retirement Fund for Religious
$23,327.17
$9,666.51
$32,993.68
$36,500.00
($3,506.32)
$13,629.50
$405.00
$155.00
$26,288.80
$1,261.55
$210.00
Help Support Marian Homes
Marian Homes, Inc., a separate tax-exempt organization formed
under St. Mary’s Knights of Columbus Council 8600, owns and maintains two group homes for intellectually challenged men and women.
They are raising funds to support the purchase of a third house.
Please support this effort by donating through the Combined Federal
Campaign (Code 16658) or www.marianhomes.org.
2
700 St. Mary
WWW.STMARYOFSORROWS.ORG
DEDICATION
OF THE
LATERAN BASILICA
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
Fresh Christmas Centerpiece Sale
Wedding Congratulations
We invite you to place your order
early for these beautiful centerpieces
(made-to-order only this year).
Choose between a single candle
($18) and a three-candle centerpiece ($25). Please view our poster
with photos and order forms in the lobby of the Worship Center.
Your centerpiece will be ready for pick-up in Farrell Hall on
Sunday, December 14th, between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm. Please
call Irma Adibpour, 703-978-4678, or Luisa Robinson, 703-3235834 for orders/questions. Proceeds will benefit the Fil-Am
Ministry and the St. Mary of Sorrows Building Fund. Thank you
so much for your support.
Congratulations to Nicole Broussard & Hunter Brown who were
married at St. Mary’s last weekend. Our parish family rejoices as
you begin your vocation of love.
Taize Holy Hour Special Intentions
Our customary First Friday Taize Holy Hour will now have a special intention to accompany any personal intentions you may have.
This prayer time is one accompanied with soothing repetitive
music, the lighting of a candle to represent your intention, the
reading of a scripture verse and short reflection by one of our
priests. Confessions are available after the reflection. The special
intentions scheduled are as follows: December - All Children,
January - Homeless, February - Separated and Divorced Catholics,
and May - First Communicants.
Simbang Gabi Choir Welcomes New Members
Simbang Gabi (Filipino Advent Mass) Choir is welcoming new members. If you would like to learn Filipino Mass songs and can sing
with a group, we invite you to join our choir for Simbang Gabi on
Saturday, December 20th, at 7:00 pm in the Worship Center. Please
contact Nenette Medina, 571-277-0912, [email protected],
or Judith Scyoc, 571-334-6369, [email protected] for details.
We usually practice on Friday nights at 7:00 pm in the Worship
Center. Please check the calendar.
Interfaith Thanksgiving Service
Join us for our Thanksgiving Interfaith Service on Tuesday,
November 25th, at 7:30 pm. It will be held here at St. Mary of
Sorrows in the Worship Center this year. The following congregations will join us this year: Congregation Adat Reyim, Burke
Presbyterian Church, Institute of Islamic & Turkish Studies, and St.
Andrews Episcopal Church. After the prayer service in the
Worship Center there will be a reception in Farrell Hall.
Advent Magnificats
The salvation of the just comes from the Lord.
God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in distress.
“Be still and know that I am God! I am exalted among the
nations, exalted on the earth.”
Psalm 46: 1, 11
The Advent Magnificats will be available in the foyer next weekend.
One copy per family please.
Recruiting New Lectors
If you have a special devotion to the Word of God, please consider the lector ministry. The parish needs a few well-spoken individuals to serve in this special ministry, particularly at the 7:30 am
and 12:30 pm Masses. New lectors can be scheduled starting in
December. If you can make a commitment to this ministry, please
contact us at [email protected]
LITURGY
Please Pray For The Sick
Jean Capps, Eric Jones, Marge McMahan, Andrea Baker, Mary Pat
Lane, Amelia Schmidt, Toni Morris, Corine Frassa, Joan Duffey,
John Tedreck, Joanne Benner, Antonia Bambauer, Michael
Hannigan, Kathy Archer, Hellen Metzler, James and Martha
Mullaney, Don Mezera, Lisa Anderson, Diane Anderson, Ann
Anderson, George Bonina Jr., Lena Restivo, Joe Anderson, Paul
Anderson, Tom Copeland, Joanie Evans, Lynn Jones, John Jones,
Cathy Jones, Maria Cabrera, Tony Cabrera, Lorraine Jakub, Lois
Chase, Kathy Prindle, Heidi Cornwell, Pat Seiler, Walter Patronik,
Philippe and Christina Cordoba, Greg Neifert, Eileen Neifert, Alex
Green, Kenneth Telesca, Virginia MacLauchlan, Maggie Otal, Lilly
Morris, Courtney Lenaburg, Robbie Pirhalla, Austin Ruby, and
those in our book of prayers.
Names will be kept on the list for a month. Please call then and
advise if you need an extended time.
Each year on November 11th, we observe Veterans Day and
remember all those who have served our country in times of war.
Let us pray for those veterans.
ST. MARY’S PRESCHOOL
Preschool Spaces are Available
for the 2014 - 2015 School Year
Spaces are available in the morning 3-year-old and
afternoon 4-year-old classes. Please call Miss
Elena in the Preschool Office for information, 703978-4141, x35
Please Pray for the Deceased
Andrew Sage.
3
700 St. Mary
WWW.STMARYOFSORROWS.ORG
DEDICATION
OF THE
YOUTH MINISTRY
LATERAN BASILICA
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
Fall Harvest Food Drive
This year, we will be collecting food donations on November 15th and 16th. Much of
the food we collect will be delivered to the
Catholic Charities Fall Harvest Food Drive, to
help needy people throughout the Diocese of
Arlington. Like most parishes in the diocese, Saint Mary’s has been
encouraged to support the fall food drive for Catholic Charities. The
Catholic Charities food ministry has greatly expanded. Since participation in our parish’s traditional Thanksgiving food deliveries has been
declining, the decision was made to support the Catholic Charities
effort this year. Please take a brown bag and return it next weekend
with as many of the listed items as you can contribute. Thank you in
advance for your great support!!!
HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH
Email: [email protected]
This Sunday, November 9th: SNL- Healed
(5 - 8:15 pm) After Mass and dinner, we’ll have games, music, small
groups, and a short talk about Confirmation. This semester we’ll be
learning about the sacraments, which the Church calls “personal and
privileged encounters with Jesus Christ.” Sometimes because we
experience sacraments every week, it’s easy to take them for granted
or wonder what they’re all about. Come and learn more about these
7 ways that God uses to break into our world and our lives.
CLC (Catholic Life Communities)
Advocacy Sign-Up This Weekend
Boys: Wednesdays from 7:30 to 9:15 pm in Room 5
Girls: Thursdays from 7:30 to 9 pm in Room 7
(5:00 - 8:15 pm) After Mass and dinner, we’ll have a short talk and a
time of Eucharistic Adoration. There will be some music, but we’ll also
have quiet time to be still and rest in the presence of Jesus. In the middle of schoolwork, stress, busyness, and drama, we’re offered a chance
to just be present and experience God’s love. All teens are welcome.
On November 15th & 16th, our parish will be holding a Virginia
Catholic Conference Advocacy Sign-up Sunday. Our Catholic faith
compels us to seek the common good in public life. The Virginia
Catholic Conference, established by our Virginia bishops, is one
quick and easy way to advocate for legislation that does just that,
supporting life, protecting the family, and the poor and vulnerable.
Learn more about the Conference’s work and how you can become
involved at www.vacatholic.org.
COUNSELING
Christmas Outreach
Next Sunday, November 16th - Adoration
Our Christmas program benefits hundreds of needy people in our community and puts smiles on faces of people of all ages. Saint Mary’s is blessed
with wonderful volunteers and generous givers. Please consider participating in any or all of the following ways:
• Sign up after Mass during the weekends in November to bring
a gift for a child, or a special adult referred to us by County or
other organizations;
• Bring a gift for a non-designated child, teen, or adult, including senior citizens;
• Organize a group adoption of a needy County family for
Christmas gifts and food;
• Bring food for the Fall Harvest and Christmas Food collections;
• Make a monetary donation. Give a check marked ‘Holiday
Fund’ to our receptionist.
• Assist with sign-up weekends in November, or during the
weekends of November 29th & 30th and December 6th & 7th
when gifts will be brought to Saint Mary’s, and as needed during
the week after the gifts are collected;
• Deliver Christmas gifts to Fairfax County families on
December 13th.
Please contact Chris Mikrut, [email protected], or Carol
Mayfield, [email protected] for more information.
Counseling Services at St. Mary’s
St. Mary of Sorrows Counseling Center offers counseling, personal
growth, healing and transformation within the context of Christian
values, respect and empathy. Please contact Kathleen E. Scheg, JD,
LCPC, NCC at 703-568-0525, or Mary Ellen Ruff, LPC, ATR-BC at
703-303-4983.
PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY
Samaritan Fund
Through the Samaritan Fund we are able to help men, women and
children in need, regardless of their race, creed or national origin.
This week your donations assisted a single, unemployed woman who
needed help with her rent. Please pray for those in need and donate
to Saint Mary’s Samaritan Fund, so that we’ll be able to continue
responding as we have done, with prayer and financial assistance.
Coming Events – Mark Your Calendars
Christmas Gift Sign-Ups - November 15th, 16th, 22nd, 23rd, 29th
& 30th.
Brown Bag Distribution Sunday – November 9th
Virginia Catholic Conference Sign-Ups – November 15th & 16th
Fall Harvest Food Collection – November 15th & 16th
Fair Trade Coffee Sale - November 22nd, 23rd
Virginia Catholic Conference Catholic Advocacy Day - Jan. 29, 2015
4
700 St. Mary
WWW.STMARYOFSORROWS.ORG
DEDICATION
OF THE
LATERAN BASILICA
Hypothermia Prevention Shelter 2015
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
WEEKLY SCHEDULE
It is time to start planning for our week of hosting the Hypothermia
Prevention Shelter, January 18 - 24th, 2015. During this important and rewarding ministry, we open our doors so that people who
have nowhere to sleep at night can come inside to avoid dangerous
freezing temperatures. We feed them a warm dinner, welcome them
with evening services and activities, watch over them all night, feed
them breakfast, and send them off with bagged lunches to take with
them for the day. All this takes a lot of volunteers, especially if we
get storms and keep the guests during the day, as we did last year.
One of our lessons learned from last year is that we need a Volunteer
Coordinator to help organize and recruit volunteers. Many of you
have told us you feel blessed to have served in this ministry. If you
can help coordinate volunteers, please contact Anita Keeler and
Mary Jo O'Connell, 703-250-1564, or [email protected] or
Carol Mayfield at [email protected]
Sun
09
Mon
10
Tues
11
Wed
12
Thu
13
HAPPENING IN THE DIOCESE
Fri
14
St. Ambrose Catholic School Open House
Sat
15
Sun
16
The Car Ministry Needs Cars
If you have a used car to donate, please consider The Car Ministry,
a charitable agency that processes and repairs donated vehicles
which are given to needy families and persons who can support a
car and who have been referred by pastors and social workers.
The vehicles are given at no cost to people in need of transportation. These vehicles transform people’s lives because transportation allows them to obtain employment in places that were previously inaccessible and it makes them self sufficient because they
now have a means to get to work. For more information, contact
Peter Garry, 703-978-1163.
St. Ambrose Catholic School will be having open houses on
Sunday, November 15th, 11:00 am - 1:30 pm, and on Monday,
November 16th, 8:30 - 10:00 am. Call 703-698-7171 for more
information or to schedule a tour of the school. Information is
also available on our web site, www.stambroseschool.org. The
school is located at 3827 Woodburn Road in Annandale.
Pancake Breakfast
8:00am
Bingo
2:00pm
Boy Scouts Venture Group
3:30pm
Lord Teach Me to Pray
10:00am
Mothers’ Group
10:00am
St. Mary’s Homeschool Group
1:00pm
Girl Scout Meeting
5:15pm
Patricians
7:00pm
Cub Scouts
7:00pm
Lord Teach Me to Pray
7:30pm
RTA & ACOA/ACDF
7:30pm
Bible Study
9:45am
Boutique
10:00am
Knights of Columbus
7:00pm
Landings
7:00pm
Contemplative Class
7:30pm
Bell Choir
7:30pm
Holy Hour for Project Rachel
7:30pm
Lord Teach Me to Pray
10:00am
Prayer Shawl Ministry
12:30pm
Children’s Choir
5:00pm
Historic Church Cemetery Cte.
6:00pm
Choir & Orchestra Practice
7:00pm
RCIA
7:30pm
Logs of Fire Prayer Group
7:30pm
Joyful Noise
7:30pm
Legion of Mary
8:15pm
Spiritual Assistance Ministry
10:00am
St. Mary’s Women’s Group
1::00pm
New Spirit Singers
7:00pm
Boy Scout Troop 697
7:30pm
Core Life Transformation
7:30pm
Marian Singers
7:30pm
Preschool I-Dent-A-Kid
9:30am
Senior Citizens Group
11:30am
Fil-Am Music Practice
7:00pm
RCIA Retreat
8:00am
Boutique Workers Meeting
8:00am
Holiday Boutique Sale
10:00am
Spanish Class
9:45am
Memorial Mass for Deacons & their wives
11:00am
Boutique Holiday Sale
8:00am
Squire Roses
9:00am
La Salette
2:00pm
FH
FH
OSMH
8L
OSMH
FH(B)
OSMH
8L
OSMH
7L
UR
UR
FH(B)
OSMH
Apt.
8L
WC
HC
UR
Apt.
WC
OSMH
MR
UR
Chapel
WC
6L
HC
OSMH
WC
OSMH
UR
MR
Apt.
FH
WC
UR
FH
FH
Apt.
WC
FH
OSMH
OSMH
St. Joseph Catholic School Open House
St. Joseph Catholic School (a National Blue Ribbon School) will
hold an open house on Tuesday, November 18th, 9:30 - 11:00
am. The school is located at 750 Peachtree Street in Herndon.
Weekend Retreat for
People Facing Serious Illness
A special retreat planned for men and women facing serious physical illness will be held at the Dominican Retreat House in McLean,
Virginia, from December 12th to 14th. A team of doctors, nurses, priests, sisters and helpers will be present around the clock.
Scheduling allows plenty of time for rest and reflection. This
retreat is offered free of charge. This is a non-smoking weekend.
Registration closes December 2nd. If you are interested in attending please call the Dominican Retreat House at 703 356-4243 or
Doug Sebek at 703 477-5681.
PVI Players Presents The Miracle Worker
PVI Players presents The Miracle Worker, the inspirational drama
based on the true story of Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan, on
Thurs, Nov. 20th (7:00 pm), Fri. & Sat., Nov. 21st & 22nd (7:30
pm) & Sun, Nov. 23 (2:00 pm). Tickets $5.00 students/seniors,
$10.00 adults; Family Package discount available. Tickets go on
sale Nov. 10th. Check www.paulvi.net/producers for ticket order
form & more info, or call Mrs. Katherine Miller, 703-352-0925,
x371. Paul VI High School, 10675 Fairfax Blvd., Fairfax, VA 22030.
5
700 St. Mary
Home Comfort
Problems?
Don’t take the Lord’s
name in vain-Call us to solve them.
703-997-7068
Financial Advice & Investments
FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION
Patricia Garman, CFP®
Michael Torrey, CFP®
Serving Northern Virginia Since 1993
Heating-Cooling-Plumbing
www.MeFlow.com
The Irish Plumber, Inc.
ERIE INSURANCE
(703) 924-3100
FRANK D. SPICER JR.
Se Habla Español • [email protected]
AUTO HOME COMMERCIAL LIFE
www.erieinsuranceoffice.com
www.TheIrishPlumber.com
Parishioners receive $25 OFF
any service call with this ad
John Lewett
President
Lowest Rates Available to Qualified Applicants
703-385-5100
Licensed & Fully Insured
Fair Oaks Mall (Next to Marriot)
CAPITAL KINGSTON
REMODELING
CAR CARE
DESIGN
Kingston Design Remodeling
7978 Forbes Place, Springfield serving the DC Metro Area since 1981
Fairfax, VA
(703) 359-4444 321-8981 Foreign & Domestic
additions
Email: [email protected] “Virginia State Inspection” kitchens
Dr. Budner and Associates
Fairfax Optometrists
Our office specializes in hard to fit contact lens
patients and medical issues of the eyes.
(703) 352-3337
Securities offered through Triad Advisors, Inc. Member FINRA/SIPC
baths
sunrooms
basements
aging in place
free in-home
consults
703.323.6527
www.kingstonbuilders.com
We accept virtually all insurance plans, but offer discounts
on many products and services for those who do not.
Be sure to tell us you are a member of the parish
for your gift at the time of your visit.
4084 University Dr., #204 Fairfax, VA, 22030
Drbudner.com
(703) 691-8008
...a real Hi Fi shop
where music still matters
5720 Pickwick Rd., Centreville
703/818-8000
www.giftedlistener.com
Mary Hayes Lawrence
Member of Arlington Diocese
Samantha M. Musso, Associate
Parish Member
M.H. Lawrence, P.C
Estate Planning, Certified Elder Law, Special
Needs, Guardianships, Probate Administration
& Veterans Benefits
4000 Legato Road, Suite 400 Fairfax, VA 22033
703-267-9666 www.mhlawrence.com
700 St. Mary, Fairfax Station, VA (3)
John Patrick Publishing Company, Inc. (800) 333-3166 • www.jppc.net
EVERLY FUNERAL HOME
Funerals - Cremations - Pre-Arrangement Plans
10565 Main Street, Fairfax, VA
385-1110
PAUL T. OLENYN
D.D.S., LTD.
Pre-Need Arrangement
Service Available
Since 1841
Demaine
Funeral Homes, Inc.
~ Diana Lerro, General Manager ~
520 S. Washington Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
(703) 549-0074
FAM I LY D E N T I S T RY
Burke Professional Center
5207 A Lyngate Court
Burke 978-8560
5308 Backlick Road
Springfield, VA 22151
The UPS Store
Chiropractic • Acupuncture
Physical Rehabilitation
Keyvan Shahverdi, D.C., L.Ac.
Pan-Am
Shopping Center
3057 Nutley Street
Fairfax, VA 22031
10721 Main St., Suite 2500, Fairfax, VA
Office 703-657-0202
E-mail: [email protected]
www.MapleCAC.com
Open: M-F 8:30am-7pm
Sat 9am-5pm
(703) 280-1500 Phone
(703) 280-9100 Fax
BONNIE - THE NAME THAT LEADS YOU HOME
30+ Years Experience Helping 20 to 80 Year Olds
Individual Attention Given To All. Ethical & Caring
SEVICE GUARANTEED FROM A FELLOW PARISH MEMBER
CALL/TEXT: BONNIE KYTE - 703-517-2322
Re/Max Gateway - bonniekyte.com
EXOTICA FLORIST
Fresh Flowers For All Occasions • Plants • Silk Flowers
Fruit and Gourmet Baskets • Chocolates and Balloons
4085 Chain Bridge Rd., Suite 101
703.778.9779
Fairfax, VA 22030
www.ExoticaFlorist.net
Parishioners receive 10% OFF any order
6050-C Burke Commons Road
(K-Mart Shopping Center)
Burke, VA 22015
www.villabellarestaurant.com
(703) 239-3580
Fax: (703) 239-3583
Julie
PREMIER DESIGNS
by
6025D Burke Centre Pkwy.
Burke, VA 22015
~ parishioner ~
Have a jewelry party, earn FREE
JEWELRY as the hostess & I’ll donate
10% of profits to the church
571.212.1264
ROBERTA KRAIS, CPA, PLLC
(703) 250-2671
Specializing in Income Tax Preparation
Mon-Fri: 10-8 • Sat: 930-6
Sun: 11-5
Landscaping • Hardscape • Snow Removal
Proudly Serving the Grounds of St. Mary of Sorrows
Unique Gifts & Home Acccessories
571-245-3522 • 571-383-7980
HOME VIDEO STUDIO® eye exams • contact lenses • laser surgery services
“Video Services for Everyone!”
VIDEO & DVD SERVICES
• Video Production
• Videotape to
DVD Transfer
• Photo Video
Keepsakes
• Home Movie & Slide Transfer
• Format Conversions
Rush Services Available
Free Pick-up & Delivery
Evening & Weekend Appointments Available
Call (703)
537-0520
4084 UNIVERSITY DRIVE • SUITE 101 • FAIRFAX, VA
Dr. Michael Caplan
Dr. Anne Meccariello
Dr. Courtney Shay
9314-A Old Keene Mill Rd., Burke
www.virginiaeyecare.com
703.569.3131
703-323-6110
10507 Braddock Road, Suite C
FAIRFAX
www.homevideostudio.com/nva
[email protected]
Commercial Rates are at an All Time Low. Contact us today to get a free analysis
to see if we can help Save you money with your monthly payments on your
commercial property. Multi-Family, Retail, Office Building, Apartment and Condos.
Can close in as little as 45 days! Four season customer service is our top priority.
Call us today 215-586-1575 or 267-251-0341
www.duqcapital.com
3900 City Avenue, Suite 107 • Philadelphia, PA 19131
700 St. Mary, Fairfax Station, VA (i)
John Patrick Publishing Company, Inc. (800) 333-3166 • www.jppc.net
533-0341
MURPHY FUNERAL HOMES
1102 W. Broad Street
Falls Church
ROBERT J. MURPHY, Founder
BARRY M. MURPHY, Senior Advisor
Mickie Shea, Associate Broker
Certified Residential Specialist
“Successfully helping parishioners Sell their homes
& Buy new homes since 1985”
703-250-8929
www.FairfaxVaHouses
[email protected]
Burke/Fairfax Station, Va
MICHAEL
J. LUKACS
®
REALTOR ~ Parishioner
St. Maryy of Sorrows Knights of Columbus
Columbu Member
LLC
$500 TO ST. MARY OF SORROWS
FROM EACH SALE OR PURCHASE
Over 20 years of experience in selling homes &
investment properties in Northern Virginia
Cell: 703-851-5888 • Home: 703-988-0258
Website: www.PointSysHomes.com
Email: [email protected]
4510 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington
CRAIG ANDERSON, ATTORNEY
Mary Kay Cosmetics
Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorney,
Guardianships, Estate & Trust Administration Help
Bernie Reinsel
703-591-7056
Call 571-282-3635 • Email: [email protected]
REORDERS
EVERYTHING IN STOCK!
THIS LAWYER MAKES “HOUSE CALLS!”
(By Appointment: Weekdays, Evenings & Saturdays)
parishioners
Proudly serving the Washington DC area
for over 17 years
2011 Best of Alexandria Award Winner
3 years running
Our services include
Medication Reminders • Food Preparation
Laundry/ Light House Keeping
Transportation To Appointments
Personal Care and Hygiene
Personal Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
Companionship
1055 N. Fairfax Street • Suite 202
Alexandria , VA 22314
703.549.7894
920-4800
Wall to Wall Carpeting • Armstrong Vinyl
Hardwood Floors • Accessories
Area Rugs • Countertops
Customer Window Treatments
Pergo• Wilsonart
Twinbrook Shopping Center
9541 Braddock Road • Fairfax, VA
703-978-2603
let us be your island of peace
www.isoladipace.com
Massage Services
Yoga & Tai Chi Classes
Childcare while you’re here
www.isoladipace.com
571.308.3396
10396 Willard Way Fairfax
(Parishioner owned & operated)
William L. Moore
Electrician
www.marykay.com/breinsel
Email: [email protected]
Plumbing, Heating
& Air Conditioning
IN YOUR HOME
OR AT YOUR BUSINESS
Call Clover Services
TO
5% OFF
PARISHIONERS
703-352-2701
www.cloverco.com
Ceiling Fans
Recessed Lighting
Service Upgrades
No Job Too Small
KLINE MEMORIALS
Quality Monuments
Since 1901
(703) 368-5013
9014 Centerville Road
Manassas
703-273-5040
HomeWork Remodeling
Improve Your Quality of Life
A CATHOLIC BOOKSTORE
QUALITY GIFTS & ART
11214 Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA
(Jermantown Square)
(703) 273-5956
ORTHODONTIST
PIANO LESSONS
BRACES & INVISALIGN
FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS
5204-B Lyngate Ct.
Burke, VA 22015
Over 20 years teaching experience.
Christine Ryktarsyk
Dr. Rodney J. Klima
703-425-5125
www.klimaortho.com
Training students to
make music for life.
(703) 978-2073
5319 Windsor Hills Dr., Fairfax, VA
[email protected]
15%
OFF
For All
Church
Members
WINDOWS – SIDING
ROOFING – DECKS
Free Estimates
Free Financing
703-803-6500
HOUSE
CLEANING
Licensed • Bonded • Insured
703-856-5391
703-856-2512
Maria Barreda, Parishioner
BRENNAN’S TREE SERVICE
703-218-8003
WWW.BRENNANSTREESERVICE.COM
Storm Damage • Pruning & Thinning • Cabling
Tree Removal • Planting • Hazard Pruning
Firewood • Deep Root Fertilization
Crane Service • Stump Removal
$10 off any Service Call. Offer expires 12.31.2014
Catie & Steve
Parishioners
“We have been blessed to assist
many of our St. Mary’s Parishioners
in reaching their Real Estate goals.
We would be honored
to assist you in reaching yours.”
703-278-9313
Portion of Commission [email protected]
returns to St. Mary’s
www.CallCatie.com
700 St. Mary, Fairfax Station, VA (b)
John Patrick Publishing Company, Inc. (800) 333-3166 • www.jppc.net