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ST. MARY’S CHURCH
Church, Business Offices, Meeting Rooms and Rectory
14833 Kutztown Road ▪ Kutztown, PA 19530
www.StMarysKutztown.com
Phone: (610) 683-7443 ▪ Fax: (610) 683-7625
Email: [email protected]
Religious Education Center: (610) 683-6454
PASTORAL MINISTRY
Rev. Msgr. Walter T. Scheaffer
Pastor
Permanent Deacon
Dcn. James Russo
Pastoral Assistant
Sr. Marie Clark, MSC
Coordinator of Religious Education Mrs. Denise Krell
Coordinator of R.C.I.C.
Mrs. Carol Bogansky
Coordinator of Home-Based
Mrs. Denise Krell
Religious Education
Director of Music Ministry
Mrs. Anne Sitarik
Parish Secretary
Mrs. Anne Sitarik
PARISH ORGANIZATIONS
Baptismal Preparation
Mrs. Denise Krell
Building Committee
Msgr. Scheaffer
Faith Justice Committee
Mrs. Louise Olsheski
Finance Committee
Msgr. Scheaffer
Ladies Auxiliary
Ms. Valetta Eshbach
Liturgy Committee
Msgr. Scheaffer
Men of St. Mary’s
Mr. Mike Keeney
Pastoral Council
Msgr. Scheaffer
Pro-Life Committee
Mr. John Tucker, O.P.
R.C.I.A
Msgr. Scheaffer
Scripture Study
Msgr. Scheaffer
Small Faith Sharing Groups
Mrs. Darla Molnar
DIOCESAN INFORMATION
Diocesan Victim Assistance
Coordinator:
Wendy S. Krisak
Confidential Telephone:
(800) 791-9209
Diocesan Safe Environment
Coordinator:
Sister Meg Cole, S.S.J.
(610) 866-0581 xt. 19
LITURGIES
Sunday
9:00, 11:00 AM
Saturday Vigil 4:30 PM
Daily Masses 8:15 AM
ADORATION
First Friday of the Month, 2PM-4PM
Third Wednesday of the Month, 7-8 PM
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM - Third Sunday of the month at
11AM Liturgy, except during Lent. Baptismal Prep Class
required.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION - Saturday, 4:05 to
4:25 PM, before Masses, or by appointment.
SACRAMENT OF THE ANOINTING OF THE SICK - Call the
Rectory to make arrangements.
SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY - Contact the Rectory one
year in advance. Couples must attend the Marriage
Preparation Program or Engaged Encounter.
CERTIFICATES - Parishioners in full Communion with the
Catholic Church may submit requests to receive
sponsorship certificates (for the Rites of Baptism and
Confirmation). Please allow two weeks to process requests.
One is required:
ƒ to attend Mass regularly.
ƒ to have celebrated the Sacraments of Eucharist,
Reconciliation and Confirmation.
ƒ Married individuals should be validly married in the
Catholic Church.
HOMEBOUND - Call the Rectory to arrange visitations, made
once a month by a Priest and at other times by a
Eucharistic Minister.
HOSPITALIZED - Call the Rectory to notify of someone in the
hospital so we can pray for and possibly visit him or her.
Each hospital in our Diocesan boundaries is either covered
by a local parish or has a priest on staff at the hospital.
PARISH MEMBERSHIP - Welcome to St. Mary’s Parish. Please
register for Parish membership by calling the Business
office. Please inform us if you are moving.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION - Please call the business office for
more information:
Center-based
▪Levels Pre-K to 5 meet every second week, Sunday
mornings.
▪Jr. High and Sr. High meet every second week, Sunday
evenings.
Home-based
▪Families share faith at home and come together several
times a year.
Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, November 16, 2014
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Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, November 16, 2014
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
11-17
11-18
11-19
11-20
11-21
11-22
11-23
8:15am
8:15am
8:15am
8:15am
8:15am
4:30pm
9:00am
11:00am
Souls in Purgatory
John Fry
Souls in Purgatory
Frank Schwab
Souls in Purgatory
Mary Ehrets
Salvatore Alaimo
For the Parish
READINGS & CELEBRATIONS FOR THE WEEK
Mon
11-17
Rev 1:1-4; 2:1-5; Lk 18:35-43
Tue
11-18
Rev 3:1-6, 14-22; Lk 19:1-10
Wed
11-19
Rev 4:1-11; Lk 19:11-28
Thu
11-20
Rev 5:1-10; Lk 19:41-44
Fri
11-21
Zec 2:14-17; Mt 12:46-50
Sat
11-22
Rev 11:4-12; Lk 20:27-40
Sun
11-23
Ez 34:11-12, 15-17; 1 Co 15:20-26, 28; Mt
25:31-46
Collection Info from
Regular Collection
Building Fund
Capital Campaign
Other Regular Income
Parish Partnership
Income
7,344.07
1,500.00
912.00
100.00
75.00
Expenses
16,447.29
Altar flowers are in memory of Frank and Joan Cochrane
Please Pray for the Sick, and their loved ones:
Sylvia Austermiller
Kathy Bailey
Mary Beth Benedict
Betty Bennett
Joe Bennett
Bob Beres
Marilyn Berg
Alayna Biltcliff
Dottie Boyle
Kayla Brown
John & June Bruno
Ed Caffrey
Nadia Cahill
Meaghan Clark
Barbara Darrow
Brendan Deely
Vincent DiFrancia
Kolby Jos. Doerr
Annabeth Rose Ebert
Dave Ebling
Floyd Falcone
Helen Falcone
Patricia Farabaugh
Jeannette Fayewicz
Niki Ferrizzi
Kathleen Fink
Ruth Fitterling
Chloe Flowers
Connie Fry
Eleanor Fry
Jim Fry
Sue Fry
Gary Geiger
Sandra George
Garrett Goebel
Jim Goebel
Ken Gorski
Jean Green
Hope Gunn
Anna Halderman
Linda Haurus
Philip J. Haurus
David Heffner
John Heffner
Helena Heffner
Walter Heller
Joan Hullinger
Allison Marie Innella
Justin Kane
Ramona Kemp
Edward/Rosemary Law
Julie Lindsey
James Long
McKently family
Loretta Montagner
Dorothy Opilla
Brian Otruba
Joanne O’Connell
Jane Pasquale
Alma Rhoades
Norma Roche
Dawn Rosales
Richard Rusconi
Mary Rutkosky
Helen Sadz
Dannielle Sands
Anna Savage
Charles Scanzella
Karen Schinski
Rev. James Schlegel
Jayne Serino
Mark Sidler
Faye Smith
William Stadalnik
Charles Stover Jr.
Helen Tobias
Eduardo Valentin Jr.
Paul Vasko
Randall Vresko
Joe Warkala
Janet Watson
Susan Wechezak
Russeline Wily
THIS WEEK
NEXT WEEK
MUSIC MINISTRY
Sitarik, Anne
Spanier, Chris
4:30
Casey, Peggy
Casey, Peggy
Strzelecki, Tom
Spanier, Nicole
9:00
Lazar, Anne
Cebenko, Steve
YOUTH Sedlack, Christina
NONE/Lvl 2 Liturgy
Henry, Kathy
Pirnot, Tom
11:00
Talarico, Tim
Klopp, Tom
EXTRAORDINARY EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS:
Heffner, David
Arentz, Bill
4:30
Shurilla, Donna
Arentz, Stephanie
Stadalnik, Arlene
Arnold, Ellen
Otruba, Pam
Ballantyne, Marie
Zawaly, Joe
Hadnagy, Muriel
Zawaly, Sue
Ruh, Mike
Bogansky, Carol
Coyle, Bill
9:00
Cengeri, Tom
Dunkle, Kim
Coco, Joe
Klopp, Daryl
Phillips, Rita
Kokinda, Jeff
Sedlack, Tom
Krell, Denise
Snyder, Pat
Sanchez, Mike
Cook, Bradley
Augustin, Loretta
11:00
Faccenda, Peter
Bennett, Jane
Jones, John
Neumann, Sue
Keeney, Mike
Pirnot, Ann
Kropf, Walter
Sitarik, Tim
Smeltzer-Schwab, A.
Thomas, Cathy
LECTORS:
c-Eshbach, Valetta
c-Osenbach, Anne
4:30
l-Betts, Tom
l-Zawaly, Patty
c-Kaskey, Richard
c-Mehltretter, John
9:00
l-Pettit, Bill
l-Spevak, Joe
c-Brooks, Michael
c-Tabor, Ed
11:00
l-Kopchick, Karen
l-Smeltzer-Schwab, A
ALTAR SERVERS:
Betts, Sarah
Betts, Sarah
4:30
Domyan, Nicholas
Costello, Ann Neeka
Hayduk, Nathan
Spanier, Amelia
Cebenko, Sophie
Cebenko, Stevie
9:00
Costello, Robert
Fullington, Jesse
Sedlack, Luke
Quinn, Devin
Cook, Adam
Alicea, Adrian
11:00
Cook, Celeste
Alicea, Melinda
Cook, Isaac
Wanner, Zachary
GREETERS:
4:30 Hadnagy Family
Cook Family
9:00 Talarico Family
Sedlack Family
11:00 Fortna Family
Hosterman Family
9:00 – CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD:
LEADER Osenbach, Carol
Zawaly, Patty
NONE/Lvl 2 Liturgy
READER Osenbach, Annie
ROSARY LEADER:
4:05 Zettle, Steve
Schmura, Barry
Traffic help Wessner family
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EVENTS THIS WEEK
Sun
11.16 DISABILITIES AWARENESS SUNDAY
2nd Collection – Poverty Relief/Diocese of
Allentown
Children’s Liturgy of the Word, 9a
Track 1, 10:30a-12:15p
Baptisms, 11a
Mon
11.17 Pastoral Council, 7p
Tue
11.18 Faith Sharing, 9:30a
Wed 11.19
Adoration of Blessed Sacrament, 7-8p
Catechist formation meeting, 6:30-8:30p
Thu
Choir practice, 7p
11.20
11.22
Pray the Rosary, 4:05p
2nd Collection – Parish Partnership
Sun
11.23
NEXT WEEK
CHRIST THE KING SUNDAY
2nd Collection – Parish Partnership
1st Reconciliation Enrollment Liturgy with
Level 2 Class participation, 9a
Track 2, 10:30a-12:15p
Junior High ministry, 6-8p
Tue
11.25
Faith Sharing, 9:30a
Thu
11.27
THANKSGIVING DAY
Thanksgiving Mass, 9a
Sat
11.29
Pray the Rosary, 4:05
2nd Collection–Christmas Flower memorials
EARLY BULLETIN DEADLINES: Submit info for Nov. 30
by Tue. Nov. 18; for 21 by Dec. 08; for Dec. 28 by Dec. 11
and for Jan. 04 by Dec. 17. For publication on any other
Sunday please submit items by 12 noon Monday. Submit
full page items one week in advance.
PROJECT HOPE: November’s Project HOPE assistance
contact is Louise Olsheski: 610-682-0672. Learn more or
join the Project HOPE team; Louise: [email protected]
Giving From Our Bounty:
DISABILITY INCLUSION AWARENESS SUNDAY-Nov.
16: “We must recognize and appreciate the contributions
that persons with disabilities can make to the Church’s
spiritual life and encourage them to do the Lord’s work in the
world according to their God-given talents and capacity.” -U.S.
Catholic Bishops.
Faith Justice, 7p
Sat
The next Soup Kitchen project St. Mary’s
will sponsor approaches on Dec 20/21.
The Soup Kitchen serves 200-400 people.
All items need to be returned by Dec 13/14.
Cooking for the soup kitchen will take place on Dec. 18 (14pm). A few addn’l. volunteers could be used. Call Mary
Alkons with any questions at 610-683-5443
As we think of the
blessings for which we are
thankful, it is also good to think
of the blessings we can share.
Giving From Our Bounty,
supported by the Senior High
ministry, is now underway. The gathering area display table
has baskets of gift tags with needed items suitable for
giving by either children or adults.
Your generous sharing allows people supported by such
worthy organizations as Lifeline, The Hamburg Center,
Berksheim County Home for the Aged, and the Kutztown
Manor to enjoy the spirit of holiday giving.
Please wrap gifts in Christmas paper and securely affix
gift tags to each gift. Gifts must be returned here no
later than Dec. 07. Thank you for your generosity.
This Sunday is Diocesan Disability Inclusion Awareness
Sunday. Let us join with fellow parishioners and celebrate the
gifts of all people. All Are Welcome!
DISABILITY ISSUES and CATHOLIC SOCIAL
TEACHING: Today as we celebrate Diocesan Disability
Inclusion Awareness Sunday at St. Mary’s, this is a perfect
time to highlight the social issues that many of our
parishioners and others with disabilities currently face. It is
also a good opportunity to see how these issues tie into our
Catholic Social Teaching. Please take time to learn more by
viewing the display in the Gathering Space.
ATTENTION ALL VOLUNTEERS: Last May the Diocese of
Allentown updated the Sexual Abuse Policies and Code of
Conduct.
The diocese is now requiring ALL volunteers, reasonably
expected to come into contact with children, to read these
documents and sign the accompanying forms. Visit the
gathering area information table for forms and a copy of
these documents or visit: www.StMarysKutztown.com
“Protecting God’s Children” in the lower left hand corner.
If you are one of our most appreciated and valued
volunteers, who has not yet done so, please complete these
forms and return them to Sister Marie.
SCRIPTURE REFLECTION: The Thessalonians wanted to
know the exact time of the “Day of the Lord.” Paul assured
them that the chronological time, the exact day and hour was
not as important as being alert at all times, living in the
presence of God and following His plan.
We do this by being like the good wife who admirable in
faithfulness, taking material good and ministry to her family
and reaching out to the poor while embracing them as her
family.
When the Day of the Lord comes God will be pleased with
us if we, as the two stewards, followed the example of their
master and doubled the treasure he left them. He was
pleased with them not just for
doubling the treasure but using
him as an example of how to
use their talents. As the
master had been successful,
so were they.
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Please pray for these persons serving our Nation.
Keenan Albright
Kyle Albright
Michael Barron
Andrew Barthol
Frank M. Bieda
John Boyer
Matthew Boyer
Jonathan Cardé
Ryan Cengeri
Eric L. Cunningham
Timothy J. DeVall
Anthony Di Pietro
Charles Douglass
Keith Essig
Shawn Gring
Michael Allen Haak
Diane Henry
Cory Holden
Dan King
James Knight
Nick Marakovits
Melissa Marks
Laura Miller
Heather O’Donnell
James Quinn
Molly Riegel
Theodore Rhoades IV
Paul Schmura
Phillip Talarico
Nathan Werner
Patrick Vymazal
Steve Ziegler
Call the office to add/remove names from this list.
THE LADIES AUXILIARY APPRECIATES the efforts of
all those who made the Bazaar a success again this year. It
was wonderful to see so many enjoying themselves during
the day. Thanks to the many who helped bring all the
activities together and transformed our Religious Ed Center
into a Winter Wonderland.
to all volunteers at this
past Kutztown Kitchen dinner and the many donations to
make it a success. We fed over 100 people in the
community and hopefully will continue to do so.
To assure continued success for the Kutztown Kitchen
project new leadership will be needed. Please consider your
personal “Time and Talent” inventory. If you think you can
guide this fulfilling community project contact Judy
Mehltretter and she will gladly help you get started.
THANKSGIVING DINNER DRIVE: Purchase a needy Berks
County family’s Thanksgiving
dinner; deliver it to the
Catholic Charities’ Reading
office by 12n on Nov. 24, or
make a cash donation. To
determine how many families
we can serve please call
Catholic Charities at 610-376-7144 asap.
BCHS NOW ACCEPTING: Berks Catholic High School
accepting applications for 2014-2015 school year. For more
info: Admissions Office 610.374.8361 ext 244 or
[email protected] Financial Aid and Transfer
Grants are available.
3RD ANNUAL BERKS FESTIVAL WINE TASTING
w/Tapas Stations: 5-8P, Nov 16, at Crowne Plaza Reading
Hotel, 1741 Paper Mill Road. Join Catholic Charities,
Diocese of Allentown, in its mission of providing
compassionate human services in the Berks County. Bishop
John Barres will be in attendance. Tickets $75 each;
sponsorships are available. To receive an invitation, sponsor
the festival or make a gift, please contact Sandra Gaspar,
Catholic Charities Advancement Director, at 610-435-1541
ext. 328 or [email protected]
GETHSEMANE Cemetery personnel will be cleaning the
cemetery Monday, Nov 17. Please take all plants, containers,
etc. that you would like to keep. Please refrain from bringing
new decorations until after Nov 21. Thank you!
UPON THIS ROCK: 5:30-7:30p, Nov. 17, at the Lehigh
University Newman Center, a new young adult speaker series
sponsored by the Office of Youth & Young Adult Ministry
open to all young adults, 18-35. Rev. Allen Hoffa, Chaplain of
Lehigh University & Allentown Central Catholic HS will speak
on “Who Am I To Judge? Pope Francis & Homosexuality.”
Food and beverage will be provided; event is free of charge.
For more info visit www.adoyyam.com or email Alexa
Doncsecz, [email protected]
ROAD TO COLLEGE: 6:30p, Nov 20 at Berks Catholic HS.
This interactive program provides an overview of the college
search process and is designed for 8-11 gr. students &
families. This program is open to the public; please bring a
non-BC friend(s). Visit berkscatholic.org for more info.
Berks Catholic HS FALL SHOW: THREE INSTANCES OF
INTRIGUE- 7pm Nov 21 and 22 in Franco Post Aud., w/3 oneacts: SORRY, WRONG NUMBER, THE NEW MARGO, and TWITCH.
Tickets on sale Nov 3; $8/person, for ticket info, contact
Judi Kane: 215-651-2391/ [email protected]
CHRISTMAS BAZAAR: 8a-1p, Nov 22, St Mary’s, Hamburg.
Crafts, theme basket raffle, homemade cookies, quilt raffle,
soups/sandwiches. More info at: 610-562-7657 or
www.rc.net/Allentown.stmaryhamb
The Holy Family Manor Auxiliary Holiday Craft Sale: 10a3p, Nov. 22/23 at Holy Family Manor, 1200 Spring St.
Bethlehem. Begin your holiday shopping with Holiday
Crafts/Vendors/Bake Sale. Proceeds benefit programs and
services for residents. Last year Holy Family Manor provided
$4 million+ in charitable care. For info contact Rose: 610-8655595 x 522 or Ann: 610-997-8409.
GROUP SESSIONS at FRIEND, INC. COMMUNITY SVCs.
Join monthly sessions 10:30a-12p with Friend Inc.’s Family
Guidance Center therapist Jamie Hogan. Nov.25 topic:
Coping with the Holidays; Do the Holidays stress you out?
Review things you can do to manage the holiday blues and all
the stress of preparing for the Holidays. Call 610-374-4963
x105 to reserve.
CHRISTMAS BAZAAR: 12-4p, Dec. 6, Nativity of BVM
Ukrainian Catholic Church, Reading. Pierogies, Halushki,
Holupchi, nut-apricot-poppyseed rolls, arts & crafts and more.
For more info: 610-376-0586 or: [email protected]
CONSIDER ADVERTISING in the PARISH BULLETIN. It
helps fund bulletin publication and brings the business of our
loyal, appreciative parishioners. Call our parish representative
Jim Finnen 610-653-2145/610-838-2238.
MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER: Life rolls on & keeps you busy.
Plan now for a break for the two of you: WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE
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REFLECTION… by Rev. Leonard N. Peterson
The ratings prove that TV viewers like watching shows like
“The Voice” and “America’s Got Talent.” For me and
others “of a certain age” who can recall TV’s pioneer
days, there was once a weekly program that could count
as great grandfather to these modern offerings. It was
known as “Ted Mack’s Original Amateur Hour.” I smile
as I recall the avuncular host Ted Mack interviewing the
guest talents as if it were yesterday. One person came on
the show and announced to Mr. Mack that he played the
handsaw. “Really?” asked the host. Then we would all
HELP WANTED: Berks Encore is always looking for Meals
on Wheels volunteers to deliver meals weekdays throughout watch and listen as the man used a violin bow to produce
a pleasant if not haunting sound from his saw. That early
Berks County. In addition to individual volunteers, we
encourage local businesses to adopt a route. Volunteer once TV show not only showcased people’s talents, but
a week, once a month or as often as you like. Choose to be a exemplifies the innocence of a bygone era in
substitute volunteer and fill in when the regular volunteer is entertainment that I wish we could bring back.
unavailable. For info about Meals on Wheels volunteer
Returning to this matter of talent, we have to remember
opportunities, contact [email protected] or 610-374- and celebrate the fact that God in His love has given each
3195, x 220, or call Berks Encore-Fleetwood: 610-944and every one of us an ability or aptitude that no one else
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has. Jesus reminds us today that God expects us to use
that special something to benefit others. All of us are
PROLIFE: “If we understand the human person as the
traveling on this relatively little blue ball floating in the
‘temple of the Holy Spirit’—the living house of God—then
universe amid the stars enroute to a heaven beyond our
these latter issues fall logically into place as the
powers of imagination. Each individual is charged with
crossbeams and walls of that house. All direct attacks on
innocent human life, such as abortion and euthanasia, strike making the journey better for the rest of us.
We know that some of us are able to do that for
at the house's foundation. These directly and immediately
violate the human person's most fundamental right – the
millions of others through the so-called “magic” of our
right to life. Neglect of these issues is the equivalent of
inventions. Recall the many tributes given recently to
building our house on sand.” “Living the Gospel of Life: A
Robin Williams and Joan Rivers. Of course, we don’t have
Challenge to American Catholics” (A Statement by the
to reach millions. We are successful in God’s eyes if we
Catholic Bishops of the United States), no. 22, (USCCB)
reach but one other.
Our belief in Jesus empowers us for this project. So we
need not fear or be daunted by the challenge of it.
However, there is a “downside” if you will to all this
happy talk of our individual gifts. It is captured in the sad
phrase “could have been.” We are not talking here about
some human prize lost. But just put your name in front of
“could have been” and the words “a saint” behind that
verb and see the potential for a bitter eternity.
Luckily for us all, that sentence does not have to
describe us. We are blest to have the time and place right
here and now to change “could have been” to “became”
with a sincere decision to follow Christ’s plan for our
talents, and be a light in the darkness.
Once upon a time, a little boy attended a church that
had beautiful stained glass windows. He was told that the
windows contained pictures of Saint Matthew, Saint Mark,
Saint Luke, Saint John, Saint Paul and others. One day
somebody asked the boy “What is a saint?” And he
answered so wisely and well: “A saint is a person whom
the light shines through.”
JOHN PAUL II CENTER for SPECIAL LEARNING: If
someone you know has a child with special needs JP II
Center provides social, educational and spiritual programs
for children and young adults, ages 3-21, with intellectual
and developmental disabilities. Like everyone else, they
have the capacity to make significant contributions to the
community by utilizing their God-given talents; JP II
Center is dedicated to making that happen. Visit
johnpauliicenter.org or call Mary Adams, Principal 610-7770605 to learn more.
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Direct number: 610-653-2145
1-800-333-3166 extension #145
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Kutztown Animal & Bird Hospital
FAMILY CARE FOR YOUR SPECIAL PET
Dr. Bridget McMahon, DVM, Owner
Birds • Cats • Dogs • Exotics • Reptiles
FULL SERVICE PET CARE INCLUDING:
SPECIAL PROGRAMS: Kittens • Puppies • Senior Pets • CERTIFIED CHIROPRACTIC CARE
New Clients Always Welcome
610-683-5353
15620 Kutztown Rd., Kutztown,PA
KUTZTOWN
AUTO PARTS
Complete Line of Auto Parts
Hours: Mon-Fri 7AM-7PM
Saturday 8AM to 2PM
~Parishioning Family~
610-683-8231
15140 Kutztown Road
HANDYMAN
• LASER SURGERY
• DENTISTRY
www.kutztownanimalhosp.com
The Kutztown Area
has its own radio
station and you
can listen on
your TV! Tune in
to Service Electric
Cable Channel 24
for lots of
cool jazz and
specialty shows!
WEBSITE: http://kur.kutztown.edu/
EDWARD J.
HILDENBRAND
[email protected]
Jeffery J. Jones, D.O.
Holly A. Hildenbrand, Supervisor
Edward J. Hildenbrand, Funeral Director
610-683-3526
346 West Main St. • Kutztown
610-682-7131
72 E. Washington Street
Topton, PA 19562
Office Hours By Appointment
Doors • Windows •Siding
General Contracting
Rewiring • Service Upgrade
Standby Generators
Parish Member
JEFF SCHENCK
484-336-4278
Joseph J. Blasiol, D.O.
FUNERAL HOME INC.
MARK D. CROSSLEY
Attorney At Law
SMALL TO MEDIUM SIZE
HOME MAINTENANCE
REPAIRS AND REMODELING
T O P T O N F A M I LY P R A C T I C E A S S O C I AT E S
Home Improvement Company
512 Walnut St., Allentown, PA 18101
610-437-1100
www.scherlinelaw.com
PARK ROAD
LOCK N STORE
Wedding Cakes
All Occasion Cakes
Cupcakes
24-7 Access
610-683-3104
3534 Kutztown Road • Laureldale, PA 19605
610-929-1702
DR. JOHN P. BOYLE
SELF
STORAGE
Walnuttown, PA
Electric Services & Contracting
484-552-4071
RICHARD L.
GESCHWINDT
FAMILY DENTISTRY
Office Hours By Appointment
15295 Kutztown Road
Main Street East End
610-683-6955
Mae A. Stump Funeral Home, Inc.
David W. Weber,, Supervisor
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
203 E. NOBLE AVENUE
SHOEMAKERSVILLE, PA 19555
Phone:
610-562-7125
117 West Main Street • Fleetwood 610-944-7621
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Open 7 Days A Week
Homemade Dinners
Party Trays
SUNDAYS
Buy One Dinner
Get One 1/2 OFF
With this Coupon
No Other Offers
15260 Kutztown Rd.
Kutztown PA 19530
(Next to Weis, in Weis Plaza)
484-641-5200
195 Saint Mary’s Church ~ Kutztown, PA (back) Rt. UPS
WALBERT FUNERAL HOME
& CREMATION SERVICES, PC
Russell P. Walbert, F.D., Supervisor
14390 Kutztown, Rd.
Fleetwood, PA 19522
[email protected]
(610) 944-9900
Fax: (610) 944-9911
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