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Parish Site: Queen of Peace
820 North Hills Avenue, Ardsley, PA 19038
of
Peace Parish
Parish E-mail: [email protected]
Parish website: www.qofpeacechurch.org
Rectory Phone: 215-887-1838 Rectory Fax: 215-887-8328 Worship Site: St. John of the Cross
2741 Woodland Rd, Roslyn, PA 19001
Convent Phone: 215-887-4785 PREP Phone: 215-886-3014
Pastor
Rev. John J. Nordeman
E-mail: [email protected]
Deacon
Deacon Raymond Jacobucci
Sunday Ministry
Rev. Rene Barczak, O.F.M.
Joseph Costello - Parish Business Manager
E-mail: [email protected]
Music Ministry
Dee LeFevre Organist/Pianist
Parish Secretary
E-mail: [email protected]
Marie DePasquale Adult/Youth Choir Director
Parish Services and Support Coordinator
Email: [email protected]
Chris Marsh - St. John of the Cross Worship Site
Skipp Webb & Joe Wright
Maintenance
P.R.E.P.
Anne Florian E-mail: [email protected]
Mon. – Fri.: 9:00 AM-12:00 PM & 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Masses
Saturday Evening: 5:00 PM, Sunday: 7:30 AM, 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM
Daily: 8:00 AM (Monday thru Saturday)
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Good Shepherd Catholic Regional School
Phone: 215-886-4782 | Fax: 215-517-6708 | School Website: www.gscregional.org
Principal: Sister Patricia Healey, I.H.M. | E-mail: [email protected]
Advancement Director: Mrs. Barbara A. Gress
School Business Manager: Mrs. Marilyn Shapiro
Phone: 215-886-0126
Phone: 215-884-1591 | Fax: 215-887-9241
E-mail: [email protected]
E-mail: [email protected]
November 30, 2014
FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
Saturday, November 29, 2014
5:00 PM Nicholas Prozzillo req. by Marie Prozillo
Sunday, November 30, 2014
Is 63:16b-17, 19b, 64:2-7 / 1 Cor 1:3-9 / Mk 13:33-37
7:30 AM Alfonso Taglianetti req. by Jack & Pat
Thompson
9:30 AM Charles Petosa req. by Betty & Joan Dominick
11:00 AM Robert J. Valenti, Sr. req. by Peg Valenti
Monday, December 1, 2014
Is 2:1-5 / Mt 8:5-11
8:00 AM Missa Pro Populo (Mass for the People)
Tuesday December 2, 2014
Is 11:1-10 / Lk 10:21-24
8:00 AM Lewis Dominick req. by Joan Dominick
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Is 25:6-10a / Mt 15:29-37
8:00 AM William Timmins req. by Pat Timmins
Thursday, December 4, 2014
Is 26:1-6 / Mt 7:21, 24-27
8:00 AM Tom & Mary Pietray req. by the Grundy
Family
Friday, December 5, 2014
Is 29:17-24 / Mt 9:27-31
8:00 AM Joseph Cochrane req. by Florence Cochrane
Saturday, December 6, 2014
Is 30:19-21, 23-26 / Mt 9:35 –10:1, 5a, 6-8
8:00 AM John Foley req. by Bill Grundy
5:00 PM Philip Wright req. by Lu Anne Wright
Sunday, December 7, 2014
Is 40: 1-5, 9-11 / 2 Pt 3:8-14 / Mk 1:1-8
7:30 AM Charles & Mary Zollner req. by Mary Muni
9:30 AM David H. Kelley req. by Nancy Kelley
11:00 AM Nicky Spano req. by Vinnie Spano
SANCTUARY LIGHT MEMORIAL
Week of November 30, 2014
In Memory of
George & Janet Urmson
Requested by
The Carr Family
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
Monday, December 8th is the Feast of
the Immaculate Conception. It is a
Holy Day of Obligation. Masses on
the Holy Day will be at 8:00 a.m.,
12:00 noon and 7:00 p.m.
Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday this edition
of the bulletin went to the printers early.
Collection amounts for November 22/23
will be posted in the December 6/7 bulletin.
Thank you for your understanding and
Thank you for your continued generosity.
REST IN PEACE: Queen of Peace Parish expresses
our sympathy and the promise of our prayers to the
family and friends of: Sara R. Benn
PLEASE PRAY for all those who are ill at home, in
nursing homes, in hospitals and especially for: Savilla
O’Brien, Bob Price, Tracy Nagle, Robert Engerer,
Edward & Kathleen O’Lone, Maryann Ostrowski, Joe
Zaro, Kendall Anderson, Samantha Lohr, Elanore
Oakes, Joan Murphy, Gilbert Lewis, Harry Wilson, Irene
Pomerink, Brigid Cawley, Charles Nicholson, Alice
Opdyke, Eleanor Slavin, Roberta Leadford, Eleanor
Simpson, Marie Valoris, John Regan, Tom Mitchell,
Geri Fritz, Beatrice DiSandro, Steven Ring, Livia West,
Tony Powers, Elaine Hopham, Dominic Kramer, Mary
Krivitzki, Philip Kennedy, Joseph Greco, Keith Yarnell,
Sloane Kalin, Bill Acker, Jim Blurton, John Cawley (of
England), Marion Kash, Margaret Hebert, Baby
Francesca Dever, Phil Adamo, Jr, Margaret Forcey,
Thomas Forcey, Andy Funk, Matthew Gallagher, Tom
Henry, Joseph Kendra, Jessica Kennedy, Ryan
Kraenbring, Steven Knox, Joseph Kraft, Florence
McDermott, Sr. Marcille McEntee, IHM, Barbara
McKenna, Kate McManus Stephen Pearson, Tommy
Tilman, Rebecca Voltmer - Francis Walter, Donna
Whelan, Joseph Wolos, Sr., John Wrigley, Rose Manzo,
Vivian Razler, David Tack, John Kozlevcar, Donna
Mellon, Stephen Costello, Betty Jean Smith, Pauline
Tack, Martin Lennon, Mary Kay Mooney, William
Trippel, Michael Dougherty, Sr., Marian McCullough,
Michael Tillger, Al Dean,
Elaine Scully, Cathy
McClelland, Harry & Pat Neubert, Claire Marron, Fred
Woodward, Sr., Jerry Giovinazzo, Roberta McCormick,
Clarence Windish
PLEASE REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS
all people serving in our Armed Forces at home and
overseas, especially: 1st Lt. Sean Dudley, Jake Kelley,
Jeffrey Rohrback, DC.FA Thomas A. Forcey (Japan),
Scott Chilman, Josh Verlin, Bill Dougherty, Edward
Short, Drew Pascuzzi, Thomas Meehan (Afghanistan),
Jimmy Bell (USS George HW Bush Air Craft Carrier)
QofP– 149 p.2
PASTOR’S COLUMN:
Dear Friends In Christ,
On this 1st Sunday of Advent we begin a new liturgical year.
We also begin a new prayer initiative as a parish. We ask you
all to please take a copy of the booklet available to you as you
leave Church today. The title of it is Sacred Space. It consists
of a 1 page reflection for each day of Advent. There is a brief
instruction about a unique way to pray with the reflection in
the front of the booklet. Please put aside a brief period of time
for prayer each day of this Holy Season and remember to pray
for our parish family.
We will also begin to pray the prayer for the World Meeting
of Families before each Mass. (You will find it on the inside
cover of your misalette or in your pew). As I am sure most of
you have heard by now, Pope Francis is going to join us for
the World Meeting of Families which will take place in
Philadelphia, next September. Using this bulletin, we will
keep you updated with the latest information about this great
event and we will also share some of the reflections and
teachings on the family which will help you to prepare for it.
To begin our parish celebration of the family, I ask that you
make your best effort to come to Mass next Sunday,
December 7th, as a family. There will be doughnuts and
coffee available after each Mass on Sunday. Please take this
opportunity to spend time together as a family of faith & share
in Christian friendship together. Have a blessed week.
Yours In Christ, Father John Nordeman
Learn about the World meeting of Families, how to
prepare your parish, get involved, or get your copy of
the official Catecheses on our new website:
World Meeting2015.org
The full Preparatory Catechesis will be available for
purchase on our website. Below is a glimpse into the ten
themes on which the preparatory catechesis will elaborate:
CREATED FOR JOY: We are more than an accident of
evolution. We are greater than the sum of our biology. God
exists. He is good. He loves us. He made us in his image to
share in his joy. He takes an active hand in our lives. He sent
his only Son to restore our dignity and lead us home to him.
THE MISSION OF LOVE: God works through us. We have
a mission. We are in the world for a purpose — to receive
God’s love and to show God’s love to others. God seeks to
heal a broken universe. He asks us to be his witnesses and
helpers in that work.
THE MEANING OF HUMAN SEXUALITY: The tangible,
earthly, corporeal world is more than inert matter or modeling
clay for the human will. Creation is sacred. It has sacramental
meaning. It reflects God’s glory. That includes our bodies.
Our sexuality has the power to procreate, and shares in the
dignity of being created in the image of God. We need to live
accordingly.
TWO BECOME ONE: We are not made to be alone. Human
beings need and complete each other. Friendship and
community satisfy that longing with bonds of common interest
and love. Marriage is a uniquely intimate form of friendship
that calls a man and a woman to love each other in the manner
of God’s covenant. Marriage is a Sacrament. Married love is
fruitful and offered without reservation. This love is in the
image of Jesus’ faithfulness to the Church.
CREATING THE FUTURE: Marriage is meant to be fertile
and welcome new life. Children shape the future, just as they
themselves are shaped in their families. Without children,
there can be no future. Children reared with love and guidance
are the foundation for a loving future. Wounded children
portend a wounded future. Families are the bedrock for all
larger communities. Families are domestic churches, places
where parents help children discover that God loves them and
has a plan for each child’s life.
ALL LOVE BEARS FRUIT: Not everyone is called to
marriage. But every life is meant to be fertile. Every life has
the power and the need to nurture new life — if not through
bearing and raising children, then through other vital forms of
self-giving, building and service. The Church is an extended
family of different vocations, each distinct but each needing
and supporting the others. Priesthood, religious life and the
celibate lay vocation to enrich, and are enriched by, the
witness of the married state. The different ways of being
chaste and celibate outside of marriage are ways of donating
one’s life to God’s service and the human community.
LIGHT IN A DARK WORLD: At its best, the family is a
school of love, justice, compassion, forgiveness, mutual
respect, patience & humility in the midst of a world darkened
by selfishness and conflict. In these ways, the family teaches
what it means to be human. However, many temptations arise
which try to coax us into forgetting that male and female are
created for covenant and communion. For example, poverty,
affluence, pornography, contraception, philosophical and other
intellectual mistakes can all create contexts that challenge or
threaten healthy family life. The Church resists these things
for the sake of protecting the family.
A HOME FOR THE WOUNDED HEART: Many people,
especially today, face painful situations resulting from
poverty, disability, illness and addictions, unemployment, and
the loneliness of advanced age. But divorce and same-sex
attraction impact the life of the family in different but
powerful ways. Christian families and networks of families
should be sources of mercy, safety, friendship and support for
those struggling with these issues.
MOTHER, TEACHER, FAMILY: The Nature and Role of
the Church: The Church has institutional forms because she
must work in the world. But that does not exhaust her essence.
The Church is the Bride of Christ, a “she,” not an “it.” In the
words of Saint John XXIII, she is our mother and teacher, our
comforter and guide, our family of faith. Even when her
people and leaders sin, we still need the Church’s wisdom,
Sacraments, support and proclamation of the truth, because
she is the body of Jesus himself in the world; the family of
God’s people writ large.
CHOOSING LIFE: God made us for a reason. His love is
our life mission. This mission enables us to find our true
identity. If we choose to embrace this mission, we will have a
new perspective on many issues, not just the family. To live
the mission of the domestic church means that Catholic
families will sometimes live as minorities, with different
values than their surrounding culture. Our mission of love will
require courage and fortitude. Jesus is calling, and we can
respond, choosing lives of faith, hope, charity, joy, service,
and mission.
QofP – 149 pg. 3
THE JACKPOT IS $100,000.00!
Tickets are available for purchase each week
after Masses or at the Rectory. Due to the Thanksgiving
Holiday this edition of the bulletin went to the printers
early. Winning numbers for Nov. 24th will be posted in
next week’s bulletin. Our next drawing will be Mon.,
Dec. 1st. with an anticipated Jackpot of $100,000.00
LECTOR SCHEDULE
YEAR B – 2014-15
1ST SUNDAY OF ADVENT
11/29 – 5:00 PM
Terry Kittredge
Charles Zwicker
11/30 – 7:30 AM
Michael Breslin
9:30 AM
Cathy Bryson
Chris Carson
11:00 AM
Dave Willard
Meghann Ruhling
2ND SUNDAY OF ADVENT
12/06 – 5:00 PM
Liz Evans
Caroline Maher
12/07 – 7:30 AM
Priscilla Auriello
9:30 AM
Diana Figueroa
Anne Lyons
11:00 AM
Mary Unger
Stephanie Unger
ALTAR SERVER SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29
5:00PM - Andrea & Jessica Sokolski, Megan Strange
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30
7:30AM - Alyssa Sacco, Maria Notarianni
9:30AM - Sophie Buttry, Desi White, Isabella Chesnes
11:00AM – K.Discavage, Jack Duffey, Armando Ugarte
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6
5:00PM - Liam Casey, Meghan Zwicker, Will Price
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7
7:30AM - Melissa Olimpo, Christopher Gress
9:30AM - Nicole Nguyen, Megan Arble, Madison Gass
11:00AM - Jubel Simenthy, Cassandra Simenthy, Sayla
Garcia
DECEMBER 8 - IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
12:00 PM - Stephen Ciavardelli, Samantha Carlson
7:00PM - Enzo Kerwood, Sophie Bttry
MEN OF QUEEN OF PEACE
CHRISTMAS PARTY
MOQOP members and Church ushers will have their
annual Christmas party on Thursday, December 11th
at 7:30 p.m. in Lynaugh Hall. All parish men ages
18 and older are invited to join this organization.
We ask all of our families of our parish, of all ages, to
make their best effort to come to Mass, as a family, on
Sunday, December 7th. This is our first celebration of
family life in preparation for the World Meeting of
Families which will take place in Philadelphia, in
September of next year. We will serve coffee and
doughnuts after each Mass on Sunday so please take
advantage of this opportunity to spend time together in
faith and to share in Christian friendship.
Christmas Trolleys
Do you hear what I hear? It is the sound of the
Queen of Peace Parish Carolers spreading Joy as we
continue this Christmas tradition. This year the
Trolleys will visit our homebound parishioners
on Friday, Dec. 19th, departing our parking lot
at 5:30 p.m. We have 70 seats available… so sign
up quickly! Contact the Rectory at 215-887-1838 to
reserve your seat, sign-ups are on a first to call
basis. EVERYONE is invited to join us in Lynaugh
Hall beginning at 8:00 p.m. that evening to greet the
carolers as they return and enjoy hot chocolate and
tasty treats together. Join us for this wonderful,
festive event!
GIVING TREES
“Giving Trees” for the benefit of the
residents of Edge Hill & Brookside
Nursing Homes, will be in the vestibules of
the Church beginning this weekend,
November 29 & 30. Please select a tag
from the tree and return the items by Sat.
& Sun., December 13th & 14th. We ask you to place the
items listed on the tag in a Holiday Gift Bag. Items
include:
Kleenex, Comb or brush, Hand cream,
Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Polident or Fixodent, Coin
Purse, White Socks, Large Print Word Find (no
crossword puzzle books). Tie the Giving Tree Tag to
the handle of the Gift Bag. Thank you for kindness and
generosity for the residents of our local care facilities.
QUEEN OF PEACE SODALITY
Sodality meets Tuesday evenings from 6:45 to 7:20
p.m. for prayers for the Perpetual Novena in Honor
of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal and devotions
All are welcome to join us Tuesday, December 2nd
for the Benediction and Evening Prayer
(White Evening Prayer booklets)
QofP – 149 pg. 4
Director of Religious Education:
Mrs. Anne Florian
e-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 215-886-3014
Religious Education Office is open daily, Mon-Fri. 10-3
REMINDER: All forms and projects for Confirmation
are due back on or before January 7. Sponsors who are
NOT members of Queen of Peace MUST have a letter of
eligibility from the parish in which they are registered.
December January PREP Calendars
December 3 Regular Class
December 10 Level 4 students to present The
Christmas Story during PREP time IN CHURCH.
Parents welcome. Light refreshments afterward in
Lynaugh Hall.
December 17 NO CLASS Christmas Break
January 7 Regular Class
January 14 Regular Class
January 21 Regular Class
January 28 Regular Class
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)
The RCIA is the sacramental process by which a person
seeks full initiation into the Catholic Church through the
sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist. If
you are interested in learning more about becoming a
Catholic, please contact Anne Florian at the PREP
Office at 215-886-3014
SAFETY ASSISTANTS
We are in need of (4) adults who are willing to assist
PREP parents and students to safely cross North Hills
Avenue on Wednesday nights from 7:30 – 7:55 p.m.
Interested? Contact Anne Florian @ 215-866-3014.
Private School and Home School Parents, please
contact Anne Florian to obtain the Confirmation
Application and Sponsor Information sheets needed
for your child preparing for Confirmation in March.
Do you have questions or concerns that you would like to
share with the Transition Team? YOU CAN SEND AN
E-MAIL TO THE TRANSITION TEAM!
In order to facilitate communication with your transition
team, there is now available an e-mail for any questions or
feedback. This will help the team to work in collaboration
with Fr. Nordeman as we continue to merge and become
one parish. Please feel free to contact the Transition Team
through email at [email protected]
It has been known that knitters and crocheters derive a
great deal of pleasure giving their projects to others. It’s
one way to let others know of our love, appreciation, and
concern. QoP wishes to keep the Prayer Shawl Ministry
going, but we need your help. Baby blankets will be
made and given to welcome the newly baptized into our
parish. Blankets or shawls will be made and given to
those in need of physical or emotional healing in our
parish. There is a generous spirit in our community, and
we know we can count on your help. Besides volunteers
to knit and crochet, we’d like to find someone to oversee
this ministry. If you think you might be interested,
please call Lorraine at the rectory for more information.
Adult Faith Formation at Queen of Peace
A few weeks after the New Year, in January, we are
going to offer you a blessed opportunity to grow in
your faith. We are going to be viewing, in small
groups, the inspiring and informative DVD series
produced and narrated by Father Robert Barron.
The series is called Catholicism and Father Barron is
an excellent presenter who went all around the world
to film at the great sites of Christianity in order to
form us all in our Catholic faith. In one instance, he
filmed at the site of Jesus' birth in Bethlehem as he
speaks to us about the Incarnation. In another
instance he goes to the Mount of the Beatitudes when
he speaks about Jesus' great Sermon on the Mount
and so on.
A number of our parishioners have already viewed
the series and had the opportunity for discussion
about each part of the series and how it nurtured
their own faith. They will be helping to facilitate
conversation among all who will come share in this
faithful, fruitful endeavor as we seek to grow
together as the Body of Christ, the Church. Times
and places to meet will be posted soon in the
bulletin. We hope and pray that you will consider
joining us for this time of prayer, learning and
reflection.
3RD ANNUAL ARDSLEY TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY
Saturday, December 6th at 6:00 p.m.
Ardsley Community Center
Join us for Caroling, Craft Vendors, Yummy
Treats and a visit from Santa Claus!
Questions? Contact Township Commissioner
Dennis Zappone at 215-887-0224 or
[email protected]
QofP – 149 pg.5
Good Shepherd
Catholic School
A School fostering: God + Scholarship +
Community + Service
What does GSC offer?...
As a school community we
model the Gospel values of faith,
hope and love to lead our
students to a deep and
meaningful relationship with GOD. We challenge our
students to value SCHOLARSHIP as a life-long love of
learning. We lay the foundation for our students to become
caring, responsible members of the global COMMUNITY. We
lead our students to reach out to others through acts of charity
and SERVICE in our parishes and neighborhoods. This is the
MISSION of Good Shepherd Catholic School. GSC has all the
advantages of a private school experience, but without the
private school cost! Come join us!
GSC Alumni News… Each quarter the faculty of
Archbishop
Wood
High
School
recognize one of their students from
among all their classes. This student is
awarded the “Cornoam Fidelitas Merebit
Award.” The award recognizes that
student who impressed their teacher by truly living the
motto of Archbishop Wood High School – “Faithfulness
Merits the Crown,” faithful to their job as a student. The
students will be recognized at a breakfast reception on
Friday, November 21 in the school cafeteria. We are
proud of the following students who are graduates of
GSC and recipients of this award:
Sophomore Class
Kevin Discavage – Biology
Kathryn Ratner – Medical Careers
Junior Class
Kristin Boligitz – French 3
Mackenzie Stovall – American Studies
Senior Class
Griffin Kidd – Theology 4
Hannah Seaver – Theology 4
Samantha Stasen – Forensic Science
O Come All Ye Faithful…
The school community of GSC
will re-enact the story of the
first Christmas on December 17
at 7:00 PM in Queen of Peace
Church. Join us for prayer and
song as we praise and give
thanks to God for giving us the gift of Jesus, our Savior.
Box Tops…Your “Box Tops” are valuable to us! With
your support in this simple collection, we are able to
purchase many worthwhile educational resources. The
money received has really helped to support our
technology fund. Keep cutting out those labels and send
them into school. Thank you for always helping us in
this endeavor.
QofP – 149 pg. 6
From the Advancement Office
Good Shepherd Catholic School
Experience GSC
“We chose GSC because God lives in this school.”
A parent’s testimonial.
Please partner with us and share our message regarding
enrollment opportunities. We are excited to announce
our “Year of Christian Witness” transfer grants
available to students in public, private or charter schools,
grades 1 - 8. We welcome an opportunity to talk with
your friends, family, and neighbors regarding enrollment
opportunities here at Good Shepherd Catholic School.
We strongly believe that at Good Shepherd Catholic
School we offer families an affordable, faith-based
academy experience for their children while ensuring a
rewarding academic journey for each student.
Thank you very much for honoring Good Shepherd
Catholic School with your faith, commitment, and
QofP – 149 pg. 6
support.
Barbara A. Gress
Advancement Director
Good Shepherd Catholic School
[email protected]
215-886-0126
PLEASE SUPPORT
Good Shepherd Catholic School students through
Opportunity Scholarships
The * OSTC Program is like free money for GSC
from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Please consider using your State tax dollars to help
Good Shepherd Catholic School students. As a
business owner you can do this by simply redirecting
to GSC the State taxes you already pay.
Please contact me to begin your participation in this
program on behalf of GSC students. I am happy to
provide you with more information and to answer any
questions you may have. My office # is 215-886-0126.
Please feel free to contact me via email as well at
[email protected]
* Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit Program
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✓ Comprehensive Wound Care
✓ Chronic Illness Management
✓ Post Hospitalization Rehab.
“Dad needed Surgery and we knew he would need rehab.
Brookside did a wonderful job caring for him. I am so
please, Thank you Brookside.” Mary P
2630 Woodland Road, Abington, PA 19001 • 215-884-6776
www.Brooksidehealthcare.com
Medicare and Medicaid Certified
Tour our elegantly decorated facility in the heart of Roslyn, PA.
Accepts HMO, PPO and Commercial Insurance plans
Frenchy & Dee
Soups And Stuff, LLC
15% OFF
“Home Made Soups”
Carpet &
Upholstery
Cleaning
Lobster Bisque, Beef Barley,
Shrimp & Crab Bisque,
Chicken Corn Chowder, Chili
PLACE YOUR ORDER TODAY!
Parishioner
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ELECTRIC
Certied & Insured
Commercial & Residential
Cable • Phone • All Electrical Needs
215-370-0693
Tile & Grout
Cleaning
(200 sq ft min)
20% OFF
Air Duct &
Dryer Vent
Cleaning
25% OFF
Carpet
Stretching
& Repair
CLEANING SOLUTION INC.
215-520-5881
[email protected]
MATT ADELSBERGER
$75 OFF
PLUMBING, HEATING, DRAIN CLEANING
& AIR CONDITIONING
SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT
FREE ESTIMATES
Ph: (215) 728-1482
Fax: (215) 742-7098
8675 Torresdale Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19136
WWW.BILLFRUSCO.COM
149 Queen of Peace, Ardsley, PA (I) Rt. D
✔ Air Duct Cleaning (helps w/ allergies & sinus issues)
✔ Carpet Cleaning, Stretching & Repair
✔ Tile & Grout Cleaning - Kitchen, Bath & Shower
Re-caulking, Re-grouting, Sealing, Tile Replace & Repair
✔ Dryer Vent Cleaning (major re hazard!)
✔ Power Washing for Decks, Walkways, Patio & Siding
Licensed
&
Insured
1.866.264.8444
SENIOR CITIZEN
DISCOUNT
CHURCH MEMBER
DISCOUNT
John Patrick Publishing Company, Inc. (800) 333-3166 • www.jppc.net
Est. 1979
W ILLIAM R. M AY
F U N E R AL HOM E, INC.
Carpeting • Hardwood • Ceramic Tile
No Wax Floors • Window Treatments
180 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AMBLER, PA 19002
215-793-9000
State Inspection
Emissions
A Family Tradition of Care
Easton Rd. & Keswick Ave.
Glenside, PA 19038
Harry M. May, Supv
Main St. & Elm Ave.
North Wales, PA 19454
Michael J. McDonald, Supv.
FITZGERALD’S 215-884-8410
TIRE & AUTO SERVICE
JENKINTOWN & EASTON RDS.
GLENSIDE
215-699-3442
(215) 885-1100
Alignments Brakes Tune-Up
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15% OFF
Let us Host Your Next Event
DINNER
ENTREES
Showers • Christenings
Confirmations • Communions
Funeral Luncheons
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Include Salad
SUNDAY thru THURSDAY ONLY
215-576-6888
1185 Easton Rd., Roslyn
Moonlight Family
DI N ER
Monday-Tuesday
1 Kids Meal FREE
Alice J. Tillger
Water Mitigation
Mold Remediation • Fire Restoration
Emergency Board Up
(267) 808-7200
24/7 Emergency Service
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Direct Insurance Billing
2708 LIMEKILN PK., GLENSIDE
Call for Parishioner Discount
215-517-7719
(betwn. 5pm-8pm; from kids menu)
PARISHIONER, SENIOR CITIZEN & VETERANS DISCOUNTS
Wills • Probate
Elder Law
Medicaid Planning
Real Estate
~ Since 1998 ~
Serving The
Parish Since 1989
www.StoneFinishRemodeling.com
(215) 997-4100
24 Hr. Emergency 215-880-9945
Painting • Patios/Decks • Home Repair/Remodeling
Jason Stone - Owner • Free Estimates
NEED ELECTRICAL WORK?
Filitalia Abington Chapter
Promoting the Italian Culture through meetings,
classes and events. Scholarships available
to members. New members welcomed.
For information, call Gloria at:
267-716-8486.
Ask about the Dinner Dance March 7, 2015
Parishioner
Attorney At Law
215-657-7440
Commercial • Residential • Fully Insured
Donald J. Miller
Donald J. Miller
813 Glenside Ave.
Wyncote, PA 19095
(215)886-9513
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* Member PA & NJ Bar
Thomas
Bowman
ATTORNEY AT LAW
(215) 886-7489
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by Anne Marie
215-277-1624
AT THE HEART
OF CHARITY
IS
Maripat King
Realtor®
“Your Neighborhood Expert”
Home Delivery
Servicing, All Make & Models
Owner Tech
Local Diocese Member
The Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia
is your single source for charitable giving by
supporting what you care about most.
215-659-0891
DK AUTO REPAIR
DAVE KAISER
Direct: 215-358-1066
www.maripatking.com
All Major Brands & Micro Brews
1305 EASTON RD
ROSLYN, PA 19001
Open for Lunch & Dinner
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501 Old York Rd., Jenkintown
Jenkintown Plaza • 215-886-2266
215-882-1220
(215) 358-1100
1409 Easton Rd., Roslyn, PA
Residential & Commercial Electric Contractors
Family Owned & Operated Since 1948
813 E. Abington Ave., Wyndmoor, PA 19038
Phone: 215-233-0598 • Fax: 215-233-0133
Email: [email protected] • www.frankduffelectric.com
Matt & Patti Duff • Parishioners Since 1993
Hairstyling
Criminal Law - DUI & Juvenile Cases
Wills & Estates • Accidents - Personal Injury
162 South Easton Road, Glenside, PA 19038
Frank Duff Electric Service, Inc.
215.587.5650
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Dublin Woods Family Dentistry
Dr. Robert Brett, D.D.S., F.A.G.D.
& Associates
1390 Fitzwatertown Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001
(215) 659-4477
149 Queen of Peace, Ardsley, PA (B) Rt. D
3401 W. Moreland Rd.
Willow Grove, PA
[email protected]
• Family and Cosmetic Dentistry
• Preventative Care
• Orthodontic/Orthopedics
• Day and Evening Hours
• Sleep Apnea/TMD
• Implants
• Laser
BARRY F. DAROCHA, D.M.D., M.A.G.D., F.I.C.O.I.
SUSAN M. ROTZAL, D.M.D., M.A.G.D., F.I.C.O.I.
230 N. Keswick Ave.,
Glenside, PA 19038
Phone: 215-885-4252
Fax: 215-885-7487
[email protected]
www.dynamicmoderndentistry.com
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215-886-1077
162 S. Easton Road, Glenside 215-572-0955
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Email: [email protected]
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