Christ the King Sunday November 23, 2014 Mass Schedule

St. Mary of the Woods
Christ the King Sunday
November 23, 2014
Mass Schedule
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday ........... 8:00 am
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday……..12:10 pm
Wednesday ................................. 8:00 am and 6:30 pm
Saturday ...................................... 8:00 am and 4:00 pm
Sunday ............................. 7:00 am, 8:30 am, 10:00 am
Confessions:
Saturday 3:00 pm
or anytime by appointment
Penance Services Held during
Advent & Lent
Marriage: Contact the priest at the parish
office six months before the wedding date.
Baptisms: Contact pastor.
Baptisms are held at your convenience.
A.A. and Al-anon: Meeting Sunday 8:00 pm,
Cafeteria
Parish Office: 10534 Main Cross St, Whitesville, KY
Phone 270-233-4196
Hours 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
www.stmaryofthewoodswhitesville.org
St. Mary School:
Phone 270-233-5253
www.stmarywoods.com
Trinity High School:
Phone 270-233-5533
www.trinityhs.com
STAFF
Mission Statement
St. Mary of the Woods is a family of faith,
committed to Catholic values,
centered in the Holy Eucharist and
dedicated to serving the needs of the
universal Church with compassion and care
Pastor
Rev Gerald H Baker
[email protected]
Associate
Fr John Broussard
[email protected]
Administrative Assistant
Sharon Coomes
[email protected]
Dir of Faith Formation
DeeAnna Wathen
[email protected]
Business Manager
Lane Rhodes
[email protected]
Maintenance/Custodian
Chris Bickwermert
[email protected]
Principal - THS
Ron Williams
Principal - St. Mary School Sister Suzanne Sims
WJOR 93.1
Catholic Radio
PASTOR’S CORNER
Dear Parishioners:
A partial indulgence is granted to the faithful, who piously recite the Act of Dedication of the Human Race to Jesus Christ King. A plenary indulgence is granted,
if it is recited publicly on the feast of our Lord Jesus Christ King.
Prayer:
Most sweet Jesus, Redeemer of the human race, look down upon us humbly prostrate before you. We are yours, and yours we wish to be; but to be more surely
united with you, behold each one of us freely consecrates himself today to your
Most Sacred Heart. Many indeed have never known you; many, too, despising
your precepts, have rejected you. Have mercy on them all, most merciful Jesus,
and draw them to your Sacred Heart. Be King, O Lord, not only of the faithful
who have never forsaken you, but also of the prodigal children who have abandoned you; grant that they may quickly return to their Father's house, lest they die
of wretchedness and hunger. Be King of those who are deceived by erroneous
opinions, or whom discord keeps aloof, and call them back to the harbor of truth
and the unity of faith, so that soon there may be but one flock and one Shepherd.
Grant, O Lord, to your Church assurance of freedom and immunity from harm;
give tranquility of order to all nations; make the earth resound from pole to pole
with one cry: Praise to the divine Heart that wrought our salvation; to it be glory
and honor for ever. Amen.
Prayer Source: Enchiridion of Indulgences , June 29, 1968
May God Bless you on this great Feast!
Father Baker
Budget News
Building & Grounds Fund Balance……………6,847.00
Weekly Parish Budget Needs………………...18,058.00
Unpaid Operational Bills………………….. 43,349.44
Unpaid Diocesan Loan ($45,000)…………….45,000.00
Unpaid Diocesan Assessment (’13-’14)……. 35,819.04
Unpaid Diocesan Assessment (‘14-’15)….
14,400.99
Unpaid Diocesan Capital Campaign……….. 371,056.00
New Gym Fund with Diocese……………… 964,311.00
Cemetery: Checking $1,610; Savings ……… 80,204.00
SMWS Tuition Assistance …………………. 2765.65
THS Endowment Fund………………………659,188.00
BULLETIN INFORMATION
Just a reminder—deadline for submitting in writing to the bulletin is Monday at 10 am. Fax to parish office
233-5557 or email to [email protected]
Envelopes—766 out; 242 turned in
Weekly Envelopes 11/16//14…………….$17,134.11
Building & Grounds …………………….
100.00
Christ the King Sunday
November 23, 2014
PLEASE REMEMBER IN PRAYER:
Bernadette Gilmore, Alexis Coomes, Christine
Westerfield, Ruth Anderson, Easton Pedley, Ashley Johnson, Susan Stearsman, Louise Howard, Tommy
Payne, Billy J Boarman, Ouida Sheffield, Lafern Ling, Edith Payne, Stephanie Mattingly, Chapel Estes, Barbara Shultz, Mary C. Roby, Amelia Evans, Kendall Kidd, Charles Mayfield, Edwina Neel, Jesse Daniels,
Celena King, Theresa Clouse, Allyson Funk, Norbert Howard, Kim Schindler, Imogene Fitzgerald, Diane
Sosh, Madeline Payne, Bernice Knott, Bertk Howard, Joan Wells, Jeff Ralph, Jennifer Rudd, Jennifer Howard, Stephanie Ware, Doris Colbert, Jeremy Young, Thomasine Clouse, Blake Daugherty, Tony Hardesty,
Georgia E Wilkerson, Mike Nugent, Steve Postlewaite, Patricia Phelps, Linda Berg, Debra Williams, Bobby
Haynes, June Evans, Jackson Lemmons, Kellie Burch, Penny B Johnson, Lou & Martine Boarman, Harold
Mills, Bryan Coin, Cassie Edge, Mayleigh Augenstein, Pauline Aud, Junior Lee Willis, Mark Atkisson, Arvel
Church, Tim Pirtle, Pam Byrne, Bud Clark, Teresa W Krampe, Luke Howard, Genevieve Boarman, Jenny
Hamilton, Sherman Chandler, Martha & David Jennings, Sarah Renee Streett, Charles D Payne, Shirley Edge,
Debbie C Peters, Catherine Hardesty, Lilly Boarman, Annie Payne, Herman Payne, Amy Jo Roach, Megan
Rhodes, Peyton Howard, Howard Kirby, Margaret Beyke, Mary Howard, Hannah Mills, Norman Wright III,
Jessica C Burks, Rollie Pike, Brian Payne, Darlene Dickens, Terry Murphy, Bob Robinson, Kay O’Bryan, Ellis Edge, Michael Ransom, Blaise Mills, Aaron Knott, Jamie Wedding, Jeneen Coomes, Loretta Keller, Jean
Wedding, Stewart Payne, Barbara Stone Morris, Ruby Anne Coomes, Nelda Tierney, Ronnie Hayden, Daniel
E Blair, Dwayne Wells, Ruby Young, James (Augie) Cecil, Mary Arnold, Donna McKinley, Diddle Lanham,
Reese Payne, Lawrence Wink, Larry Sandefur, Denise Wilson, Lois Fitzgerald, Elmer Schepers
PICNIC NEWS
St Mary of the Woods
Quilting—Have started back up Mondays from 8-12 At St Mary’s Quilting
Bldg. Any questions call Barbara Roberts 270-233-9277
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CHRISTMAS BAZAAR
Saturday and Sunday Dec 6-7 from 8-2
St Mary of the Woods Parish Hall
Need Christmas Items, Nativity Sets, Ornaments, Snowmen, Angels, Religious Items,
Wreaths, Centerpieces, Homemade items
such as wood items, tie blankets, baby blankets, children’s wear, kitchen towels, gift
items, quilts, Barbie dolls, clothes, shoes.
Call Sharon 233-4196 if any questions.
All-You-Eat Soup and Salad Luncheon
Saturday, Dec 6 from 11-1
St Mary of the Woods Parish Hall
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Breakfast with Santa
Sunday, Dec 7 after All Masses
ALTAR CARE NOV: Patty Wright,
Faye Wathen and Sandy Thompson
St Mary of the Woods & Catholic Charities have
partnered to provide confidential counseling services at reduced rate. For info & list of counselors
call 270-852-8328 or see Counseling Services on
diocesan web http://www.rcdok.org/ministries/
catholic_charities/counseling.php
NOV 23—30 READINGS
Sun: Ez 34:11-12, 15-17 Ps 23:1-3, 5-6 Cor 15:20-26-28
Mon: Rv 14:1-3, 4b-5 Ps 24:1b-4b, 5-6 Lk 21:1-4
Tues: Rv 14:14-19 Ps 96:10-13 Lk 21:5-11
Wed: Rv 15:1-4 Ps 98:1-3b, 7-9 Lk 21:12-19
Thurs: Rv 18:1-2, 21-23; 19:1-3, 9a Ps 100:1b-5
Fri: Rv 20:1-4, 11—21:2 Ps 84:3-6a, 8a Lk 21:29-33
Sat: Rv 22:1-7 Ps 95:1-7b Lk 21:34-36
Sun: Is 63:16b-17, 19b; 64:2-7 Ps 80:2-3, 15-16, 18-19 Cor
1:3-9 Mk 13:33-37
Christ the King Sunday
WEEKLY
MASS SCHEDULE
22Sat
8:00am Roland Pike
4:00pm L/D Doe & Liz Hamilton/Joseph
Bernard Montgomery
23Sun 7:00am +Frank Keller
8:30am Rick & Karen Stiff & Family
10:00am St Mary of the Wood Parishioners
24Mon 8:00am +Dorothy Crisp
12:10pm +Mary Ann Howard
25Tues 8:00am Mr & Mrs James Aug Cecil 71st
Wedding Anniversary
12:10pm +Jamie Sue Wedding
26Wed 8:00am Theresa Howard & Family
6:30pm Karen Mullen & Family/Kim Payne
27Thurs9:00am +Ann Newby/Kenneth Howe
12:10pm No Mass
28Fri 8:00am Rachel Rowland & Family
12:10pm +Doe Hamilton
29Sat 8:00am +Frank Keller/Dorothy Crisp
4:00pm L/D Alice & Walter Franey Family/
Beulah Robinson
30Sun 7:00am Karen Mullen & Family
8:30am St Mary of the Wood Parishioners
10:00am Fran & David Evans
EXPOSITION OF SACRED RELICS
Treasures of the Church
Friday, December 5th at 7 PM
Saint Peter and Paul, Hopkinsville, KY
Presented by Fr Carlos Martins of the Companions
of the Cross. Over 150 relics will be shown, some
believed to be as old as 2000 years.
For any information call 270-885-8522
If you want to participate in Perpetual Adoration please call:
Overall Coordinator Dwight Beyke 233-5884 Cell 929-4915
Quarterly Division Leaders:
Majella Mills
233-5481
Midnight—6:00 AM
Hope Brey
314-1638
6AM-Noon
Sharon Boarman 233-9697
Noon—6PM
Dottie Pogue
233-4943
6PM — Midnight
You Can Help Your Marriage
Do you feel alone? Are you frustrated or angry with each other? Do
you argue...or have you just stopped talking to each other? Does
talking about it only make it worse? Retrouvaille (pronounces retro
-vi with a long i) help couples through difficult times in their marriages. This program has helped thousands of couples experiencing
difficulties in their marriage. For confidential information about or
to register for the January program beginning with a weekend on
Jan 30, 2015 call 270-683-1545 ext 346 or email: [email protected] or visit the website at www.retrouvaille.org.
November 23, 2014
MINISTER’S SCHEDULE
4:00PM SATURDAY-NOVEMBER 29
LECTORS: Larry O’Bryan
SERVERS: Dillon Mattingly/Aaron
Dickerson/Andy Dickerson
MUSICIANS: Ryan
USHERS: Randall Hamilton/Fred Barr/
Frank Mayfield/Volunteer
EUCH MIN: Martha Jennings/Travis Roby/
Krista Hamilton/Brittany Morris/Carrie H
7:00AM SUNDAY-NOVEMBER 30
LECTORS: Lane Rhodes
SERVERS: Nathan Tinsley/Blaise Morris/
Reuben Morris
MUSICIANS: David
USHERS: Johnny Aud/Lewis Jean/
Volunteer/David O’Bryan
EUCH MIN: Jenny Hagan/Minnie Clark/
Bruce Hagan
8:30AM SUNDAY—NOVEMBER 30
LECTORS: Natalie Grey
SERVERS: Tyler Howard/Lauren Howard/
Juliana Bickwermert
MUSICIANS: Laura
USHERS: Gary Smith/Brian Bickett/Ron
O’Bryan/Volunteer
EUCH MIN: Abby Booker/Marvin & Mary
Ann Bickwermert//Valerie Roby/Teresa S
10:00AM SUNDAY— NOVEMBER 30
LECTORS: Parker Driskill
SERVERS: Brandon Wathen/Deven
Wathen/Cade Mills
MUSICIANS: Laura and Choir
USHERS: Jerry Morris/James Edge/Mike
Edge/Volunteer
EUCH MIN: Bob Cinnamond/Deanie Midkiff/Susan & Parker Driskill/Brent Graham
USHERS NEEDED!!!!!
We are short 15 Ushers. Any parishioners over 14
years of age can be an usher (ladies included). If you
would be willing to help out call Frank Hagan at 270
-729-2904 or 270-231-3328.
Christ the King Sunday
St. Mary’s Grade School
135 Years of Teaching the Faith 1879 – 2014
Happy Thanksgiving!
Congratulations
The students and their families are the blessing of our
School. We especially congratulate and praise God for
the students whose talents are recognized by the Duke
(University) TIP Awards for their outstanding scores on
the Spring ITBS:
Grade 4: Nicholas Goetz, son of Roxi & Jeff Goetz
Cecelia (Cece) Miller, daughter of
Christie & Frank Miller
Grade 5: Taylor Pedley, daughter of Jenny & Brad Pedley
Bailey Wright, son of Davida & Jeff
Wright
Grade 6: Erin Beatty, daughter of Robin & Joey Beatty
Jamison Mills, son of Carrie & Derek
Mills.
Weekly Lucky Angels Raffle
Rose Kimley (Owensboro) is the “Lucky Angel” ($100)
for 11-14-14. We still have tickets to sell. Each ticket
(only 300 will be sold) costs $30. Please buy a ticket and
wait for that Friday afternoon/evening call. License
0142.
Amadora Sheets for Christmas?
Once again, we have the sales brochures for the Amadora
microfiber sheets (like 1500 count Egyptian cotton)
available through our School. They also have throws and
a variety to new patterns. Stop by the office or call and
we will get the brochure to you if you are interested.
Each sale does help our School even if it is not an official
fundraiser. Save a trip and the shopping fatigue. Choose
Amadora.
Hold the Dates
New Year’s Eve Dance: Wednesday, December 31, Parish Hall, Proceeds for class trip to D.C. by the 8th grade
parents. Get your table together. Tickets are available at
the school office!
Mardi Gras Gala 2015: Saturday, February 7, Parish
Hall, PTO-in-high-gear.
Like us on “Facebook”
www.stmarywoods.com
March for Life
St. Mary of the Woods youth will be going to the
March for Life in Washington D.C. in January.
Youth are taking orders for Boston butts, ribs, and
chickens that will be ready on 12/6.If you are interested in supporting the trip, sponsoring a youth, or
placing an order, please contact DeeAnna Wathen
for more information.
November 23, 2014
Bingo Teams
First Monday — Team Captain—Andrea Aud
Second Monday—Team Captain— Robin Isbill
Third Monday-Team Captain- DeeAnnaWathen
Fourth Monday—Team Captain— Sue Mills
1st Thurs—Team Captain-Jerry/Vickie Morris
2nd Thurs—Team Captain– Stephanie Kinsey
3rd Thurs —Team Captain—
4th Thurs— Team Captains Sue Howe
Volunteers needed for Bingo. If you can give an hour, a whole
night, any amount of time & talent would be deeply appreciated. Call Sue Mills THS 233-5533
Our Lady of Lourdes Knights of Columbus
will have another Fish Fry on Fri, Dec 5 from 5:30-7PM in
their Parish Hall. All you can eat catfish fillets, white beans,
French fries, hush puppies, cole slaw, desserts & drinks.
Adults $10, Kids 5-12 $5, Kids 4 & under Eat Free!!
Trinity High School
Important Dates
11/22/14
11/24/14
11/25/14
11/26/14
12/01/14
Girls Bball at Hopkins CC
Y Club Blood Drive
Boys Bball at Whitefield Acad
Thanksgiving Break Begins
School Resumes from Thanksgiving
Break
New Trinity App
Exciting news! Trinity High School has a NEW Athletic
App for all android and apple products! Simply search
for THSAthletics to find the new app. This app will
give live updates for all athletic events, roster information, schedules, team news, athletic department
news, and so much more! Be sure to subscribe to notifications when you download the app!
YClub Blood Drive
On Monday, November 24th, Trinity’s Y Club will be
having their annual blood drive through WKRBC!
Come out and support those in need by giving blood
anytime from 9am-4pm in the Trinity High School
parking lot! All donors must meet the following requirements: at least 17 years old or 16 with parental consent,
weigh at least 110 pounds, must check medications with
center staff, should have eaten a good meal prior to
donation, and must allow 56 days between donations.
Enrollment
If you would like to enroll your child or know someone
interested in enrolling at Trinity High School, please
call Kim Rydecki at 270-233-5533 or email her with
any inquiries you may
Christ the King Sunday
FAITH FORMATION
11/23/14 PREP: 9:40-10:45
No Youth Group
11/25/14 No RCIA
11/30/14 No PREP, No Youth Group
12/2/14 RCIA: 6:30-8:00, activity room
12/6/14 March for Life meat sale, IGA
Parade, 3:00; Christmas Tree Lighting, 5:15
12/7/14 No PREP; Breakfast w/ Santa
Youth Group (grades 6-12), 5-7
Please join Bishop William Medley and Bishop
John J McRaith as they celebrate Bishop John’s
80th Birthday with Mass at St Stephen Cathedral
On Friday, December 5, 2014 at 12:05 PM.
St. Gerard Life Home in Owensboro, Ky.—
provides free shelter & services for pregnant women 18 & older in a
crisis pregnancy. A woman may come to us at any point in her pregnancy & may stay for up to 3 months after the birth of her child.
There are no limitations on race, nationality or religion. Let us help.
Call 270-852-8328 or email: [email protected] A ministry of
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Owensboro, Ky.
Cathechist Spotlight
Mary Hill is the Kindergarten PREP catechist. She has
been volunteering with Kindergarten since she moved
to Whitesville and enrolled her son in PREP. The past
three years she has loved spending time with the kids.
She plans to continue to volunteer her time teaching the
children about God’s love for them.
Join the Feisty Fifties of Immaculate Parish
April 26th to May 2nd
As we journey to Savannah, Jekyll Island & Beaufort, SC
We will visit each place & tour St Simons Island & Parris Island
Marine Base. The Ocmulgee National Monument Visitor Center in
Macon, GA is also on the agenda. Price $534 ppd, includes lodging, breakfasts & 4 dinners. Call Mickey 270-685-3015 for a flyer.
SCRIP NEWS
UpComing Holiday Hours
Scrip Office will be OPEN Wednesday 11/26 3-7 PM
Scrip Office will be CLOSED on Thursday 11/27
Normal Scrip Hours:
Thursdays 3:00—7:00 PM
Saturdays After Mass
Sundays After Masses
Scrip Office is located in Parish Hall Music Room
November 23, 2014
Bishop Soenneker Home is a non-profit Personal Care Home
serving up to 66 residents. We’re located at 9545 Hwy 144,
Knottsville, KY, beside St Williams Catholic Church. We offer assistance with medication schedule, personal care, prepared meals according to diet, personal hygiene and a loving
home. Our motto is Committed to Caring. Please stop by for a
tour or call 270-281-4881 and ask for Paula.
My Daily Insight
The question is not how to survive, but how to thrive
with passion, compassion, humor and style.
——May Angelou
Come Visit Our Prayer & Bible Study Group
Living in the Power of the Holy Spirit
From Word Among Us
Wednesdays 7:00 PM
St Mary’s Cafeteria
If anyone needs any help with food, clothing
or utilities please call or come by St Vincent
de Paul, Phone 233-1802. They are in need
of the following foods: Canned food such as soup,
fruit, vegetables, pork’n beans, sloppy joes, tuna,
crackers, mac & cheese, dried beans, spaghetti &
sauce, cereal, corn meal, instant milk, peanut butter
and plastic bags.
Volunteer Tax Preparers and Screeners Needed
Please consider serving as a volunteer income tax preparer or
screener for the Green River Asset Building Coalition in the
2015 tax season. Last year the coalition’s volunteers filed
over 4500 tax returns free of charge for working low to moderate income families. It saved them an average of $150$200 in tax preparation and filing fees—money that can be
used to meet the basic financial needs of their families. An
accounting degree is not necessary but basic computer literacy is important. Learn more at GRABC.org or email [email protected] or call 270-685-1603.
GIVING TREE
The Giving Tree will be put in church on
November 20th. If you have any questions
either on a heart you take off the tree or on a
family in need call Pat Burch 270-233-5976
or Tricia Masterson 270-314-1115. All gifts
need to be returned to church by December
21st. Attach your heart securely (use lots of
tape) to the gift.
Please pray for our American Men & Women who serve our country in all parts of the world. Keep them safe
O Lord & bring them home soon. Casey Brey, Tony Burch, Greg Roby, David Stiff, Adam Roberts, Scott Connor, Chris Roberts, Chad Roberts, Jody Roberts, Dwayne Roberts, Heath Conder, James S. Hunt, Phillip Mills,
Todd Jump, Michael Bickwermert, Michael Murphy, Vanessa Clark, Derek & Jamie Vantuyl, Adam Cecil, Michael
Beavin, Damion Monarch, Jaren Wells, Chris Cecil, Nick Husk, Jesse Burch, Travis Morgan.
Knights of Columbus Turkey Shoot
November 23, 2014
Knights of Columbus Grounds Haynes Station Rd
Win Hams, Turkeys, Cash
Scatter Boards
Target Shoots
50/50 Pots
OUTREACH NEWS!!!!
Pitino Shelter
St Mary’s Community Outreach is considering
cooking/serving a meal @ Pitino Shelter in Owensboro the 1st Saturday of every month. Anyone
interested in this service project, please call Frank/
Connie Hagan (270-729-2904) for more info.
Community Christmas Tree Lighting
St. Mary of the Woods is creating a youth choir to sing
two Christmas carols at the Whitesville Community
Christmas Tree Lighting on 12/6/14, 5:15 PM. There
will be practices 11/23 & 11/30 after 10:00 mass in
church. Call DeeAnna Wathen or Connie Hagan for
more information.
Bulletin Bites
“Whatever you did for one of the least brothers of mine, you did for me.”
How can we identify a real king or a queen? Is it the fine
clothes & jewel encrusted crowns they wear or their regal
demeanor & stately appearance? Do they sit on thrones
raised above all the other people & give orders that make
others fearfully rush to fulfill their every command? No!!!!
Hollywood may portray them as such & that may be how
some kings & queens actually lived. But a real king or queen
is one who cares equally about everyone for whom they are
responsible. David was a real king. Despite his well documented faults & sins, he sought to assure that all of the Kingdom of Judah shared equally in the resources & protection of
the kingdom. He understood that whatever he did for the
least in God’s kingdom, he did for God. That is why the
Northern Kingdom of Israel prevailed upon David to be their
king. Jesus is a Davidic King so today we honor him as
Christ the King. Jesus challenges us to be Davidic kings &
queens who understand that whatever we do for the least in
God’s kingdom, we do for God.
DATES TO REMEMBER
Nov 28—Thanksgiving Day
Dec 6-7—Christmas Bazaar
Dec 7—Breakfast with Santa
Dec 13—Christmas Church Cleaning
8:30AM, need men & women
Dec 25—Christmas Day
Jan 1—New Year’s Day
Covenant of Love Date Night
Thank you to all the couples that attended the potluck dinner! If you
haven’t made it to a Date Night yet, it isn’t too late to start! Join us
Sat., Dec 12th in the Parish Hall 6-8 PM. Child care is available. All
married/engaged couples are invited. It’s an evening (without the
kids!) to enjoy adult fellowship & nurture our marriage relationships.
Plus it’s free!
MARRIAGE MATTERS
Selfishness is the cause of marital problems.
Selfishness is the root-cause of most marital difficulties and
breakups. Selfishness is choosing to do what “I” want and when “I”
want, without any regard for its impact on my spouse. We act selffishly when we place “me” at the center of our relationship instead
of “us”. Are your conflicts caused by selfishness?
Job Opportunities
Diocese of Owensboro Food Services has opening for a part
time position in the St Mary’s & Trinity cafeteria. Job requirements are knowledge of food/kitchen & maintaining &
recording inventories. Must have Safe Environment Certificate. Call Joanna Roberts 270-233-5648 or 270231-3035.
café@stmarywoods.com
Coordinator of Buildings & Grounds: st Stephen Cathedral
Selection Committee is now accepting applications for a part
-time Buildings & Grounds Coordinator. This person is responsible for providing adequate maintenance of parish
buildings, equipment & grounds to ensure safety to all persons & to extend the life & the appearance of these items.
The Coordinator of Buildings & Grounds overseas volunteers & contractors working on projects to assist this position; flexible schedule may be needed. This Coordinator
works closely with the pastoral staff. A detailed job description
can be found on our parish website: www.ststephencthedral.org.
ST. MARY OF THE WOODS CATHOLIC CHURCH
10534 Main Cross Street
Phone 1-270-233-4196
Whitesville, Ky. 42378
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Hot/Cold Deli
Fresh Rolling Pin Donuts
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