CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION OF OUR LORD 8121 CYPRESS LAKE DRIVE

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CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION OF OUR LORD
8121 CYPRESS LAKE DRIVE
FORT MYERS, FLORIDA 33919
PASTOR: Rev. Msgr. Stephen E. McNamara, V.F., V.G.
Parochial Vicars: Fr . Oliver Toner , Fr . Thomas Kelly
Deacon: Michael Esper
Business Manager: Bonnie O’Connell
Director of Religious Education: Lea Pascotto, M.A., M.A.
Youth Ministry Coordinator: Vikki Melchior r e
Organist: Connie Kish
SUNDAY MASSES & CONFESSIONS: See inside
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
THE DEDICATION OF THE
LATERAN BASILICA
BAPTISMS & MARRIAGE: For these Sacr aments
please notify the church office as soon as possible so
that we may advise you of the requirements.
THE TEMPLE AND WORSHIP
Thank you.
In all of today’s readings, the temple is prominently mentioned.
NEW PARISHIONERS: Please fill out r egistr ation
card and return to ushers or the church office.
RCIA - Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults:
Tel. 482-6883 or 481-7172
RELIGIOUS ARTICLES STORE: Tel. 437-9876
The Gift Shop is located in the front of the church
RELIGIOUS ED OFFICE: Tel. 482-6883
YOUTH MINISTRY OFFICE: Tel. 481-5144
PARISH OFFICE: Tel. 481-7171 or 481-7172
Fax: 481-8007, www.resurrectionch.org
E-mail: [email protected]
Ezekiel speaks of streams of living water flowing out from the temple, watering the desert, bringing life to all living things, offering
fresh healing to God’s people.
Paul reminds the Corinthians that their faith rests upon the
firmest of foundations, Christ himself. More than that, Paul reveals
that those who follow Christ are themselves temples, temples of the
Holy Spirit; that is, God dwells not only with them, but in them.
For the Jews of Jesus’ time, the temple had come to be identified with the presence of God and the only place where authentic
worship of God took place. Jesus had a different perception. Jesus
identified himself not with the temple, but as the temple. In so doing, Jesus indicated a dramatic shift in what it means to worship
God, to be in God’s presence. No longer was a place to be the focus
of prayer. Instead, a person, the person of Jesus Christ, becomes the
center of our worship.
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The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
November 9, 2014
The LORD of hosts is with us;
our stronghold is the God of Jacob.
~ Psalm 46:8
SAT.
3:30
5:00
SUN.
7:30
9:00
10:30
12:45
5:00
MON.
8:00
TUE.
8:00
WED
8:00
THU.
8:00
FRI.
8:00
SAT.
8:00
SAT.
3:30
5:00
SUN.
7:30
9:00
10:30
12:45
5:00
NOVEMBER 08 - VIGIL MASS
†Hilda & Thomas Mar cellus by Family
†Pat O’Connor by Nancy O’Connor
NOVEMBER 09 ♥†People of the Par ish
†Sally Rizzo by Sheila & Andy Wilson
†Daniel & Dale Mater by Mom & Family
Latin Mass
†NO 5:00 MASS
NOVEMBER 10 †Kathleen Andr ews by The Mor r is & Snyder Family
NOVEMBER 11†Poor Souls
NOVEMBER 12†Doug McGiver on & Antoinette Car penter by Helen
NOVEMBER 13 †Poor Souls
NOVEMBER 14 †Jerry Wray by Shirley & Joe Esposito
NOVEMBER 15†Poor Souls
NOVEMBER 15 - VIGIL MASS
†Mar y Mochr ie by Husband Ken
†Poor Souls
NOVEMBER 16 ♥†People of the Par ish
†Bar clay & Dor a Tatler by Anne Tatler
†Leo & Cecile Lapor te by Luigi & Lucille
Latin Mass
†Rober t Rohn by Chloe Gier
CONFESSIONS - Saturdays 2:15-3:15 or 30 min. before Sunday
Masses or by appointment.
REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS……all those who have gone
before us marked with the sign of faith, especially the faithful of
the parish.
If you are scheduled to have a surgery and would like to
meet with a priest beforehand for Confession and Blessing
of the Sick please call the parish office to schedule an
appointment, 481-7171.
PRAYERS FOR PRIESTS
Please join us as we gather every Thursday immediately after
the 8:00 Mass to pr ay for pr iests.
RESURRECTION PRAYER LINE MINISTRY
For prayer requests or to sign up as a volunteer call: 481-1170.
THE GIFT SHOP IS LOCATED AT THE FRONT ENTRANCE OF THE CHURCH TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — I saw water flowing out of the temple;
wherever the river flows, every living creature shall live
(Ezekiel 47:1-2, 8-9, 12).
Psalm — The waters of the river gladden the city of God,
the holy dwelling of the Most High (Psalm 46).
Second Reading — Do you not know that you are the
temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwells in you?
(1 Corinthians 3:9c-11, 16-17).
Gospel — Destroy this temple and in three days I will
raise it up (John 2:13-22).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
For several weeks, we have considered penance as a
sacrament of forgiveness, and yet there are two other
sacraments in this category. The first, of course, is the
Eucharist itself. The other is the sacrament of the sick,
long associated with penance.
The Letter of James sets out the deep tradition for
caring for the sick: sending for the priests, who will pray
and lay their hands on the sick ones, anointing them
with oil, and giving them forgiveness. Long before other
rites of penance developed, the sacrament of the sick
was therefore a profound experience of forgiveness. Jesus often healed the sick, nearly always as a visible sign
of forgiveness of sin. The tradition didn’t unfold
smoothly, however, and within a few centuries the oil of
the sick was taken home to be applied by caregivers as a
salve, or even to be drunk as a medicine. As early as the
second century, bishops were therefore urging that
priests should be the ones to visit those separated by
illness from the Sunday assembly. Thus the practice of
consigning the Eucharist and the oil of the sick to the
non-ordained faithful to bring home was relatively short
-lived.
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
PLEASE JOIN US
FOR ADORATION
EVERY
FIRST FRIDAY
AFTER THE 8:00 MASS
GIFT SHOP HOURS :
Thurs. 8:20 - 10:00
Sat. 2:30 - 3:30
Sun. 8:00 - 12:45
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WEEKLY OFFERING
November 2, 2014
2014 CATHOLIC
FAITH APPEAL
Reg. Offertory: $24,769.34
Our assessment for this
year is $370,000.00
Education: $4,839.00
Latin: $458.00
SVDP: $689.00
RESURRECTION
CALENDAR
ALL events take place in the Parish Center unless otherwise stated.
Adoration, F irst F ridays, 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
Bereavement & Beyond Ministry, Every Monday, 8:30am. ,
Alouise 481-8168
Coffee & Donuts, Sundays after 10:30 Mass
Craft Club, Tuesdays, 8:30 - 10:30 a.m.
Men's Club, 2nd Monday of month, 7:30p.m., Sept. - May
Our Lady of Miraculous Medal Novena, Saturdays after the
8:00a.m. Mass, church
Prayer for Priests, Thursdays after the 8:00a.m. Mass, chapel
RCIA, Wednesdays, 7:00p.m., call 482-6883 for information
Rel. Ed., September - May
Resurrection for Life, 2nd Wednesday of Oct, J an, Apr. 9 am
Resurrection Prayerline Ministry, call Deanna Latell
481-1170.
Rosary, before daily Masses and Tues. & Thurs., 1:30p.m.,
chapel
Rosary Makers, 3rd Thurs every month, 9-11 a.m.
St. Vincent DePaul Board Meeting, 1st Tues. every month,
7:00 pm. For SVDP assistance call 239-600-6749
Teams of Our Lady, call J oann for more information, 4827982
Women’s Guild, 3rd Wednesday every month, 8:30a.m. Sept. May
Pledges made thus far Total: $348,340.21
Pmnts. made thus far Total: $334,012.71
We are still $35,987.29 short of
paying our assessment. Please
join our parish family in making
a sacrificial gift to the CFA
MINISTRY
OF THE SICK
The following hospitals are attended to by the parish in which they
are located:
*Gulf Coast Hospital - visited daily by Blessed Pope John XXIII
Parish, 561-2245
* Lee Memorial Hospital - visited daily by St. Francis Xavier
Parish, 334-2161
* Lee Memorial and Hospice at Health Park - visited daily by
St. Columbkille Parish, 489-3973
A priest is on call 7 days a week, 24 hours a day for the
above hospitals at the above telephone numbers.
TO ALL PARISHIONERS AND VISITORS:
To protect your privacy hospitals do not give
out information on patients without their
permission. If you wish a visit from one of
the Resurrection priests please notify the
hospital as well as the parish office,
481-7171 as quickly as possible.
Resurrection priests visit the above hospitals
daily upon request.
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Please join us November 30th for
Mass with Bishop Dewane at 3:00 p.m.
Reception in the Parish Center,
immediately following.
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In Loving Memory of a Long-Time Parishioner
and Head Sacristan of Resurrection Parish
It is with a heavy heart that we report the recent passing of Ken Gibson, a
former long time parishioner and Head Sacristan at Resurrection parish.
Ken was our Head Sacristan for nearly 20 years. He began his duties in May of 1993 and
retired in September 2012. Ken had a quiet, dignified presence and took his duties seriously.
He worked with respect and reverence for Our Lord.
We will miss his wonderful smile and his many interesting stories about his past travels.
May you rest in peace Ken, with our Heavenly Father, and may He comfort your family and
those of us mourning the loss of our friend.
In anticipation of the World Meeting of
Families in 2015 the Diocese of
Venice will be promoting family
throughout the year leading to the
WMF in Philadelphia. Each month
they will bring different ideas to
strengthen your family
The first issue of the Diocese of
Venice Family Life Newsletter is now
available. Each issue contains articles
and information related to Catholic
family life. This newsletter is available
online at:
www.dioceseofvenice.org
WOMEN’S GUILD NEWS
We wish to thank our membership and the many Resurrection parishioners for their
support of our Fall Fair. We appreciate all the donations as well as the lovely baked
cookies, pies, jams and cakes contributed to make our event a success. The Craft Club
did a beautiful job providing a variety of seasonal items which they have been working on throughout the year. They will continue to meet on Tuesday mornings 8:30 10:30 a.m. at the Parish Center.
Our next meeting will be held on Wednesday November 19 at the Parish Center immediately following the 8:00 a.m. Mass. Our theme will be Thanksgiving Traditions. We welcome guests and
new members. Come on over. The coffee will be ready! Bring a guest and perhaps your favorite Thanksgiving recipe, tradition or story. We will have a 50/50 drawing, a door prize and a table of Craft Club items for
sale.
The Women’s Guild pink brochure as well as membership envelopes can be found at all the entrances of the
church.
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RESURRECTION MEN’S CLUB
SEEKING NEW MEMBERS
RMC for the last 20 years has been filling many of the
needs of our parish. Formed in 1994 at the request of then
Fr. McNamara. Over the years the RMC has provided man
-hours and money to help those in need in our parish, our
community and our Diocese. RMC was also set up as a social organization to allow us to get to know our fellow parishioners. RMC now needs your help. All men of the parish are asked to consider joining our organization to allow
us to continue our service to this great parish. Time and the
spinning off of 3 other parishes from ours has reduced the
number of our members. We need to rejuvenate our membership. That means YOU!! We need you and your energy
and commitment to serve your parish.
Our meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month
at 7:30 p.m. The meeting is preceded by the recitation of
the Rosary at 7:15 p.m. Prayer and service is our guiding
mission. Can it be yours?
Call 437-6650 for more information.
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Altar Flowers This Week:
In loving memory of
Angeline & Carmen Scalise
by Children & Grandchildren
In loving memory of
Rick Georgeson
by Family
This week’s Sanctuary
Candle:
In loving memory of
Duane “Butch” Buck, Jr.
by Duane & Judy Buck
RESURRECTION FOR LIFE NEWS
The first Resurrection for Life meeting for this season will be Wednesday, November 19 at 7:15 p.m. in
the Parish Center. This a great time to share what
God is bringing our way to support all human life. If you haven’t
been to a meeting yet, come and sit in and enjoy our time together.
Are we not all Resurrection for Life?
PLEASE DON’T FORGET THE POOR BOXES; THEY ARE THE BREAD BOXES OF THE POOR!
The next Faith & Ale meeting will be on November
13, 2014, beginning at 6:00 p.m. at Church of the
Resurrection Parish Center.
PLEASE JOIN US
IN THE PARISH CENTER FOR
DONUTS AND COFFEE AFTER THE SUNDAY
10:30 MASS
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Did you know???
Sun. 11/9— NO CLASS
Wed. 11/12— Chapter 10
We have a Ministry for you!!!
*Sun 11/16— Chapter 11
*Wed. 11/19— Chapter 11
We are a faith filled community of Catholic
Young Adults from area parishes who fellowship
with each other and journey along side one
another. We have a core group of Young Adults
but want to extend an invitation for others to join
us. If you are a Young Adult single or married,
have kids or don’t, or know someone who may be
interested contact:
Lea, Director of Religious Education at
482-6883 or email at [email protected]
Sun. 11/23— Chapter 10
Wed. 11/26— NO CLASS
Interested in
becoming
Catholic?
Sun. 11/30— NO CLASS
40th Anniversary Celebration
4-6pm
Wed. 12/3— Reconciliation
Service
Fri. 12/5- Babysitting Bonanza (pre-register)
**Sat 12/6-1st Reconciliation @ 10
Sun 12/7— Reconciliation Service
Wed. 12/10— Nativity Activity
Sun. 12/14— Nativity Activity
Wed. 12/17— NO CLASS
Pageant Rehearsal
Sun. 12/21– Wed. 1/7
Christmas Break
** Student/Parent Sacramental Prep Dates
•
If so, the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
is for you!!!
If you or someone you know is
questioning becoming Catholic please have them
either call or e-mail me,
Lea @ 482-6883 or
[email protected]
As people journey through life,
sometimes they realize that they are
wanting something more from life. Many times you
are searching for a faith community.
If you are searching and want to inquire more about
Catholicism, please do not hesitate to call— I would
love to talk with you!
November
Offertory
we are
collec ng:
Canned Tuna Fish
Student Sacramental Prep Dates
“To be sure, the testimony of faith comes in very
many forms, just as in a great fresco, there is a
variety of colors and shades;… In God’s great
plan, every detail is important, even yours, even in
my humble little witness, even in the hidden
witness of those who live their faith with
simplicity in everyday family relationships, work
relationships, friendships.
There are saints of every day, the ‘hidden’ saints,
a sort of ‘middle class of holiness’, as a French author said, that ‘middle class of holiness’ to which
we can belong.”
♦ Pope Francis
♦ Homily, April 14 2013
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The Catholic Faith Explained
Come and join us in the Parish center
Wednesdays 7:30-9pm to join in discussion each week
Or
Watch each session in your own home and join our discussion when you can!
Two ways to Register:
1) Go to the Church of the Resurrection Web Page at www.resurrectionch.org and click the register now
link on the left hand side of the page (under the green buttons)
Or:
2) Go to Http://symboloncatholic.org/register and enter code 377363 to watch each
session and to print out participant study guides
Knowing the Faith
October 22—SESSION 1: THE JOURNEY OF FAITH: Trinity, Faith and the God Who Is Love
October 29—SESSION 2: DIVINE REVELATION: God Seeking Us and the Compass for Our Lives
November 5- SESSION 3:THE BIBLE: God’s Love Letter to Humanity
November 12- SESSION 4: THE STORY OF SALVATION: Creation, Fall and Redemption
November 19- SESSION 5: WHO IS JESUS?: Just a Good Man or Lord of our Lives?
December 3- SESSION 6: THE PASCHAL MYSTERY: The Mystery of Jesus’ Death and Resurrection
December 10- SESSION 7: THE HOLY SPIRIT AND THE LIFE OF GRACE: God’s Divine Life Within Us
January 14- SESSION 8: WHY DO I NEED THE CHURCH?: The Mystery of the Catholic Church
January 21- SESSION 9: MARY AND THE SAINTS: Our Spiritual Mother and the Communion of Saints
January 28- SESSION 10: THE LAST THINGS: What Happens After We Die?
Living the Faith
February 4- SESSION 11: THE SACRAMENTS: Baptism & Confirmation
February 11- SESSION 12: THE EUCHARIST: Source & Summit of Christian Life
February 25- SESSION 13: WALK THROUGH THE MASS: Exploring the Sacred Liturgy
March 4- SESSION 14: PENANCE & ANOINTING OF THE SICK: God’s Mercy Revealed
March 11- SESSION 15: MATRIMONY & HOLY ORDERS: The Sacraments of Service & Communion
March 18- SESSION 16: A CATHOLIC MORAL VISION: Virtue, Grace & the Path to Happiness
March 25- SESSION 17: A LOVE THAT LASTS: The Call to Self-Giving Love
April 15- SESSION 18: A LOVE THAT LASTS: God’s Plan for Sexuality
April 22- SESSION 19: CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING: Building a Civilization of Love
April 29- SESSION 20: CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING: Protecting the Dignity of the Human Person
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What a great experience to attend another Youth Rally!
The teens from Resurrection joined with the other parishes in our Diocese at the
Charlotte Harbor Event and Conference Center on November 1st.
To see over 1500 teens come together to enjoy a full day of music, building community and awesome guest speakers was terrific! Adoration was followed by a
beautiful Eucharistic Procession through Punta Gorda to Sacred Heart Catholic
Church where we filled the Parish for Mass with Bishop Frank Dewane.
I encourage the teens to check out the speakers on-line for more great info …
Matt Fradd, Apologist and speaker, and Leah Darrow. A full time apologist for
Catholic Answers.
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F.A.N.
Friends And Neighbors
YOUTH MINISTRY
NEIGHBORHOOD
OUTREACH
PROGRAM RIGHT
HERE IN OUR OWN
NEIGHBORHOOD!
Catholic Charities, Clare House in Fort Myers offers an afterschool program for underprivileged children in elementary school. The children in the program make up
30 families.
Each year, RYM delivers a full Thanksgiving dinner to each of the families. It’s a great experience for the teens to meet the families and personally give them the dinners.
On Monday, November 24th we will deliver the dinners, enjoy cake with the children,
sing songs and celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. They look forward to seeing us and
count on us for their Thanksgiving dinners!
Would you kindly help us with any of the following donations:
*FROZEN TURKEY
*Rice * stuffing mix *cranberry sauce *potatoes
*canned sweet potatoes *corn muffin mix *canned veggies,
*gravy *sweets/desserts
If it’s more convenient to make a monetary donation, we’ll grocery shop for you!
No amount of help is to big or too small!
Please drop off your donations at the Parish Center.
If you have any questions, please contact Youth Ministry, Vikki Melchiorre at 481-5144.
And do not neglect doing good and sharing; for with such sacrifices God is pleased. ~Hebrews 13:16
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OPLATKI WAFERS AVAILABLE AT THE
GIFT SHOP AND PARISH OFFICE
Available at Gift Shop
& Parish Office
The Christmas wafer (opłatek, plural opłatki) is a Central European Christian
Christmas tradition celebrated in Polish, families during Christmas Eve V igil).
The unleavened wafers are baked from pure wheat flour and water, are usually rectangular in shape and very
thin; they are identical in composition to a round wafer which become the Host after the Consecration during
Mass in the Roman Catholic Church. Being only a reminder of the Body of Christ used in private homes,
Opłatki lack sanctification by a priest or bishop. The Opłatki wafers are embossed with Christmas related religious images, varying from the nativity scene, especially Virgin Mary with baby Jesus, to the Star of Bethlehem.
Polish tradition
Family members and friends break off a small piece of the opłatek wafer and give it to one another along
with a blessing. Breaking off and exchanging part of opłatek with someone is symbol of forgiveness between
two people and is meant to remind participants of the importance of Christmas, God, and family. A sample
blessing can take the form of "I wish you much health, happiness and the Lord's bountiful blessings as well as
the fulfillment of all your plans and everything you wish for yourself." or just wishing good grades to a child
and good health to your parents. It is also common to put a "shared part" into the envelope while you're sending a Christmas card to someone close to you so that during Christmas Eve supper someone could share it
with you as well as those personally present. Another tradition, connected to the belief that during the Holy
Night (the Night 24/25th Dec) animals could speak with a human voice, is to give the only colored wafer to
the farm animals. This tradition is still continued mostly in villages and farms.
The tradition of sharing the Opłatek wafer is one of the rich variety of traditions that Poles still celebrate during Christmas Eve Supper which is the most elegant and sumptuous evening in the whole year. Among others
there are:
~ partial fasting and full abstinence from meat; during December 24th families skimp on the quality and
quantity of food, eating only two small meals before the great Christmas feast at supper
~ eating dishes; there should be 12 of them (for the memory of 12 Apostles), no meat but there must be carp
in various forms along with other kinds of fish
~ putting some pieces of hay under the white table cloth (for the memory of Jesus lying on the hay)
~ the meal is strictly closed to members of a family circle - however, one place at the table left for "the unexpected guest"
~ carol singing at home and in church while waiting for the joyful Solemn High Mass at midnight to begin
Origins
The tradition traces its origins to the times of early Christianity and is seen as a non-sacramental foreshadowing of the liturgical partaking of the Holy Eucharist (Host), unleavened bread consecrated into the Body,
Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ. As a Christmas custom the “opłatek” originated in Poland and was
spread widely as far back as the 17th century. It was the part of the szlachta's (Polish nobility) culture and the
custom had spread throughout the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and neighboring countries. In the 19th
century in the aftermath of the partitions of Poland it gained patriotic subtexts as the common wish during
sharing of “opłatek” became the wish for Poland's regaining its independence. Since that time “opłatki” are
often embossed with religious images.
~From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Mike Stone MBA • Todd Donofrio EA
“ Let us do your taxes!”
6mile Cypress & Daniels
• INDOOR AIR QUALITY
• FREE ESTIMATES & 2ND OPINIONS
www.lmacinc.com
Certified Master Technicians
Computer Diagnostics Specialists
Parishioners
2217 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
239-482-4048
All Foreign & Domestic Vehicles
Mark Martina, M.A. CCC/A
Certified Audiologist
15271-17 McGregor Blvd.
239-433-2060
www.MartinaAudiology.com
www.CertifiedAutoFL.com
The Oyster Shell Restaurant
SERVING FRESH SEAFOOD SINCE 1978
SOFTSHELL CRABS, OYSTERS & OYSTER STEW
Open Tues-Sat 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
• Corner of Cypress LK Drive & McGregor Blvd.
13451-10 McGregor Blvd. Ft. Myers, FL 33919
239-481-2040
The/Floor Covering Specialists
Carpet • Wood • Vinyl • Ceramic
12551 S. Cleveland Ave.
936-6900
6000 Trail Blvd., N. Naples
239-597-2195
261 W. Marion, Punta Gorda
941-639-2610
Tel:
239.561.6500
6900 Daniels Parkway
Suite A-11
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Website:
www.shopmyflorist.com
FACIALS • WAXING • NAILS
MASSAGE • ACUPUNCTURE
$500 OFF Any
Service or Massage
Shellac Nails $3000 w/Ad
Specializing in:
• Heel Pain • Diabetic Foot Care
Laser Treatment for Toenail Fungus
• Orthotics • Ingrown Nails • Hammer Toes
Call for an • Sports Injuries • Fractures • Wound Care
Parishioner
appointment!
www.mcnamarafootcare.com
14350 Metropolis Ave., Suite 2 Fort Myers, FL 33912
514006 Resurrection of Our Lord (B)
Formerly
theSenior Barbershop
across from
Jamaica Bay
7 BARBERS • WALK-INS WELCOME
SENIOR MEN $8
MON-FRI 8AM-6PM
REGULAR CUTS $10 SATURDAY 10AM-2PM
STYLES $13.+
CLOSED SUNDAY
Located in METROPOLIS PLAZA
12951 METRO PARKWAY, FT. MYERS, FL 33966
(239) 404-0376 FOR MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN
239-481-1111
“Excellence In Eye Care”
12951 Metro Pkwy.
Fort Myers
JEFFREY L. ZIMM, M.D.
ANDREW J. HART, O.D.
William P. Meehan
Attorney At Law
General Practice
1950 Courtney Dr., Ste. #205
939-4254
939-3163
www.jspaluch.com
6150 Diamond Center Ct., Unit 900
Fort Myers, FL 33912
768-7022
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-432-3240
METRO DELI / CAFE
FOR ALL YOUR CATERING NEEDS
Funeral Packages
10% off for parishioners
239-561-0010
HE
President, Fee-Only Advisor, Parishioner
Providing Advice Since 1986
Phone: 239.275.1122
www.mackefinancial.com
Lunch Mon-Fri
11:30am-4pm
Dinner 4pm Daily
LIVE MUSIC
Funeral and Cremation Service
Serving the Community for over 100 years
239-936-2177 • www.harvey-engelhardt.com
C. Sutherland, Parishioner
www.metrodeliandcafe.com
Todd C. Macke , CFP®
HARVEY~ENGELHARDT
• No Commissions
• No Referral Fees
• No Conflicts of Interest
• Adheres to a Fiduciary Oath
HOME WATCH
AXIOS CLEANING RCV$15.00
Per Visit
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Licensed, Insured, Bonded
Watch Your House
www.rcvhomewatch.com
While You’re Gone
239-220-3884
Reliable, Honest & Trustworthy
Ron Vandenack, Parishioner
Two Lunch Entrees for $14.00 Must Present Ad
Good References
Happy Hour Daily 11:30am-7pm
½ Price on All Drinks, Wine by the Glass & Beer
Early Dining Daily $10.00 Dinners
Winner Casual Dining 2012 & 2013
Italian & American Cuisine
239-433-4449 • 12984 S. Cleveland Ave. • Fort Myers
TUTORING
“Let us make your home Sparkle”
Call today for a
Free Estimate
MARTA SIDEROPOULOS
Sunbelt Realty
239-841-0961
K-10 Test Prep
Math and Reading Skills
[email protected]
239-293-3797
Cynthia Ewald, MA, Parishioner
(239) 745-0902
[email protected]
www.boboxnard.com
EXCELLENCE
IN DENTISTRY
PHONE:
239-936-5252
[email protected]
Seafood Steaks Martinis
47 BARKLEY CIRCLE, S.W.
FORT MYERS, FL 33907
437-4377
Cosmetic Dentistry • Family Dentistry
Private Function Room
Parishioners
Lunch Mon-Fri 11:00-2:30
Bishop Verot
Dinner Nightly from 4:00
Catholic High School
Cypress and Summerlin
Sponsors Needed!
For deserving students
to continue their
Catholic Education.
Inquire by calling
274-6780
LEVINS & ASSOCIATES LLC
6900 Daniels Parkway, Ste 3
Fort Myers
239-768-2600
239-936-7275
FREE CONSULTATION
Tom Dyson, EA
Sausage
E-File & Tax Preparation
Tax Consultation/Representation
Year Round Service
& Mozzarella
Hot & Cold Catering
USDA Choice Cuts
Beef, Pork, Veal & Poultry
12326 Cleveland Ave.
Fort Myers, FL 33907
GOT PAIN?
CHRISTOPHER A. DAWSON M.D.
JESS W. LEVINS
Interventional Pain Management • Board Certified & Fellowship Trained
MEMBER of FLORIDA BAR &
Dr. Dawson specializes in treating back, neck, knee,
shoulder and hip pain WITHOUT SURGERY.
Certified Management Accountant
TDA TAX SERVICES
Home Made
The Friendly Attor neys
You Can Talk
Talk To
To ...
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Estate Planning Power of Attorney
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Living Wills Corporations
Bankruptcy and Asset Protection
Servicing SouthWest Florida
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239-415-2400
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Lawrence Schubert
(239) 564-0379
[email protected]
License #CFC1425906
Breakfast Tues.-Fri. 8 AM-11 AM
Sat. & Sun. 8 AM-2 PM
Lunch Tues.-Sun. 11 AM-2 PM
Dinner Friday night 5 PM-9 PM
9405 Cypress Lake Drive, Ste A
Behind La-Te-Da-Salon
& Cypress Pharmacy
SCOTT A. CUMMINGS
MEMBER
of FLORIDA BAR
239-437-1197
6843 Porto Fino Circle #1 • Fort Myers, FL 33912
514006 Resurrection of Our Lord (A)
239-433-7400
8851 Boardroom Circle, Fort Myers
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