Parish Bulletin - Prince of Peace Catholic Church

December 28, 2014
702 Valley Forge Blvd.
Sun City Center, FL 33573
(813) 634-2328
(813) 633-6670 fax
www.popcc.org
M A S S S C HE DU L E
DAILY MASS: 8:00 a.m.
SATURDAY VIGIL:
4:00 p.m. Church
4:00 p.m. Conesa Center
SUNDAY:
8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. & 12:00 noon
C ONFESSIONS
Monday—Friday: 7:30 a.m.
Saturday: 8:30 a.m. & 3:00 p.m.
W H A T ’ S I N S I DE
Letter from the Pastor
Page 4
Around the Parish
Pages 6-9
Around the Diocese
Page 10
Stewardship
Page 11
Ministry Contacts
Pages Page 13
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The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph
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MASS INTENTIONS
DECEMBER 28, 2014
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Sunday, December 28
8:00 a.m. † Janice Shangraw
Requested by: Robert Shangraw
10:00 a.m. † Patricia Miron
Requested by: Jerome Miron
12:00 p.m. † Eleanor Vilinsky
Requested by: Vilinsky and Meyer families
Monday, December 29
8:00 a.m. † Brian Conway
Requested by: Mom, Ann
Tuesday, December 30
8:00 a.m. † Joseph Cianciolo 2nd Anv.
Requested by: Jane Cianciolo
Wednesday, December 31
8:00 a.m. † Mary L. McCullagh
Requested by: Jim McCullagh
4:00 p.m. † Farah Berhardt
Requested by: Charles & Phyllis Silk
Thursday, January 1
8:00 a.m. † Annetta Cottet & Anna Henrrick
Requested by: The Johnson Family
10:00 a.m. Parishioners of Prince of Peace
12:00 p.m. † Dale Lorio
Requested by: Noel & Marguerite Daigle
Friday, January 2
8:00 a.m. † Sam Visconti
Requested by: Jane Visconti
MON., DECEMBER 29
1 John 2:3-11; Ps 96:1-6; Luke 2:22-35
TUE., DECEMBER 30
1 John 2:12-17; Ps 96:7-10; Luke 2:36-40
WED., DECEMBER 31
1 John 2:18-21; Ps 96:1-13; John 1:1-18
THU., JANUARY 1
Num 6:22-27; Ps 67:1-8; Gal 4:4-7; Luke 2:16-21
FRI., JANUARY 2
1 John 2:22-28; Ps 98:1-4; John 1:19-28
SAT., JANUARY 3
1 John 2:29-3:6; Ps 98:1-6; John 1:29-34
SUN., JANUARY 4
Sir 24:1-16; Ps 147:12-20; Eph 1:3-18; John 1:1-18
SAINTS & SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
MON., DEC 29 Saint Thomas Becket
WED., DEC 31 Saint Sylvester I, Pope
THU.,
JAN 1
Solemnity of Mary, the Holy
Mother of God
FRI.,
JAN 2
Saints Basil the Great and
Gregory Nazianzen
SAT.,
JAN 3
The Most Holy Name of Jesus
SUN.,
JAN 4
The Epiphany of the Lord
2014 CHRISTMAS FLOWERS
The name of your memorial
will be listed on our website
along with your name.
www.popcc.org/flowers
THE HOLY FAMILY OF JESUS, MARY AND JOSEPH
P ARISH O FFICE H OURS
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (closed from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.)
Saturday: 8:30 a.m. —11:30 a.m.
MASS SCHEDULE
D AILY M ASS :
8:00 a.m.
SATURDAY VIGIL: 4:00 p.m. Church
4:00 p.m. Conesa Center
S UNDAY:
8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., & 12:00 Noon
CONFESSIONS
Monday through Friday: 7:30 a.m.
Saturday: 8:30 a.m. & 3:00 p.m.
D E VOT I O N S Following the 8:00 a.m. Daily Mass
First Monday: St. Michael of the Saints
Other Mondays: St. Peregrine
Thursday: Miraculous Medal Novena
Friday: Divine Mercy Chaplet
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C L E RG Y
Father Joel M. Kovanis..….……………..….
Pastor
[email protected]
Father Augustine Mailadiyil………… Parochial Vicar
[email protected]
Father Robert H. Young..........................
Assisting
Deacon Matt Shirina
[email protected]
A D M IN IS T R AT IVE S TAF F
Karen Fernandez-Valentine......................Office Assistant
[email protected]
Gabriel Pantojas............Coordinator of Communications
[email protected]
Maureen Vilcheck…………………...Business Manager
[email protected]
P AS TO R AL S TAF F
ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT Lorna Carter………...………………...RCIA Facilitator
[email protected]
Each Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
Diane Cerulli.......................Evangelization & Stewardship
In the event a funeral is scheduled on Wednesday, Adoration
[email protected]
will begin immediately following the funeral.
Pamela Hadden……………...……....Pastoral Outreach
[email protected]
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
Every First Monday of the month during the 8:00 a.m. Keith Rasmussen…………………...Music Coordinator
[email protected]
Mass. Please call the parish office to sign up.
MISSION STATEMENT
Prince of Peace Catholic Church is a welcoming
Catholic community rich in diversity and culture.
United by our love of God and one another, we come
together to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ,
foster mutual love and spiritual growth, and provide
outreach to the community by sharing our time, talent,
and treasure. We strive to grow in faith through our
celebration of the sacraments of the One, Holy,
Catholic, and Apostolic Church.
WELCOME NEW PARISHIONERS
We extend a warm welcome to those who are visiting
our parish for the first time. If you are new to the area
and are looking for a parish to call home, we welcome
you! Contact the parish office to register as a
parishioner.
F ACIL IT IE S
Bryan Mando........................................Facilities Supervisor
[email protected]
Slobodan Bogdan
Jeff Bunker
Marguerita Esteva
Lucio Rodriguez
O NLINE C ATHOLIC R ESOURCES
Prince of Peace Catholic Church: www.popcc.org
Diocese of St. Petersburg: www.dosp.org
Florida Catholic Conference: www.flaccb.org
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
(USCCB): www.usccb.org
Vatican: www.vatican.va
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Letter From The Pastor
Dear Parishioners,
During the holy Christmas octave we celebrate the Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph.
The family is where progress in the Christian life, the way of ordinary holiness, finds its raw material. Whether
we choose to respond to grace - and develop the eyes to see, ears to hear, and hearts to accept the hidden
invitations to learn to love beneath the surface of that daily living - is all wrapped up in the mystery of human
freedom. Our choices not only affect the world around us, they make us become the people we are.
This upcoming year is a very special one for us as Catholics. The 8th World Meeting of Families will
take place in Philadelphia, September 22-27 and Pope Francis is expected to attend. The theme of the
gathering is, “Love Is Our Mission: The Family Fully Alive.” Families from around the world will come
together for prayer, speakers, celebrations, and activities. The 10 months prior to the World Meeting of
Families have been assigned 10 themes based the 10 chapters of the Preparatory Catechesis Love is Our
Mission: The Family Fully Alive. The theme for December 2014 has been: 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.
Look for information in the new year about opportunities for catechesis that will allow us to grow in our love
and appreciation of the family that is at the heart of who we are as a people and community.
Thank you to parishioners Minda Cameron, Shirley Chaban, Anita Farney, Karen Fernandez-Valentine,
Fulvia Fiorani, Ann Marie Kirker, Dolores Korolevich, Patrick Lonegan, Norma Shively and Louise Wagner
who have helped to decorate the Church and Conesa Center for Christmas. We appreciate their good work to
honor our Lord.
May the Holy Family of Nazareth keep you and your families in love – Father Kovanis
SOLEMNITY OF MARY,
THE HOLY MOTHER OF GOD
HOLY DAY OF OBLIGATION
MASS SCHEDULE
Wednesday, December 31st:
4:00 p.m. (Vigil)
Thursday, January 1st:
8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m.
Prayers
PARISH PRAYER LINE
IN MEMORIAM
Bernard DeLeo and all of the
souls of the faithful
departed.
If you or a loved one are ill or
awaiting surgery, contact our
Parish Prayer Line so that our
priests and parishioners can pray
for your intentions.
(813) 634-2328
PRAYING FOR THOSE
SERVING OUR COUNTRY
Sgt. Jed Booth, LCDR Paul Bures, Brady
Cunningham, Sgt. Bradley Doneth, Tommy Engel,
1st Lt. Arthur Gibford, Spc 5 Kyle Goss, LtCmdr.
James J. Harkins V, Shawn Michael Hunter, Pvt.
Marvin Tekaia-Jacobs, Chf. Ptty. Offcr. Josh Kuhn,
SPC Brian McPhillips, Pvt. Jonathan Munas, Cpt.
Robert Rochford, SPC John Shannon, Pvt. Austin
Thibodeaux, Nathan Woodeshick, Edward
Zimmerman, 2nd Lt. Kyle Treece
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Happening This Week
PARISH OFFICE
MONDAY, DECEMBER 29
7:30 a.m. Confessions
Church
9:00 a.m. Carmelite Formation
Library
9:15 a.m. Charismatic Prayer Group
Room 5
12:00 p.m. Bunka Class
AND CONESA CENTER
In observance of the New Year
holiday, the parish office and
Conesa Center will be closed
on Thursday, January 1st. We
will reopen on Friday, January
2nd at 8:30 a.m.
Rooms 9 & 10
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30
7:30 a.m. Confessions
Church
9:00 a.m. Carmelite Formation
Library
10:00 a.m. St. Vincent de Paul
Assistance Program
Rooms 5 & 6
Pray for our Priests
Father Henry L. Hemmerling
DEC 29
Father Gerald Hendry
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31
Father Richard C. Hermes
7:30 a.m. Confessions
Church
8:30 a.m. Adoration
Church
Father Ramón Hernández
3:00 p.m. Benediction
Church
Father Joseph M. Hertel
4:00 p.m. Vigil Mass (Solemnity of
Mary, the Holy Mother of
God)
Church
DEC 30
DEC 31
Father Paul Hervey
Msgr. Laurence E. Higgins
THURSDAY, JANUARY 1
JAN 1
Father Stanley Holland
OFFICE AND CONESA CENTER CLOSED
Solemnity of Mary, The Holy Mother of God
8:00 a.m. Mass
Church
10:00 a.m. Mass
Church
12:00 p.m. Mass
Church
Father Dennis E. Hughes
JAN 2
Father Eric Hunter
Father Douglas Hypolite
JAN 3
FRIDAY, JANUARY 2
9:00 a.m. Carmelite Formation
Father Ralph Intranuovo
Library
SATURDAY, JANUARY 3
NO FAITH FORMATION CLASS
Father George M. Iregi
JAN 4
Msgr. Patrick Irwin
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Around the Parish
Footprints of God Bible Study
LIGHTHOUSE CATHOLIC MEDIA
Holy Land movie on Mary
“Mother of God,” led by Steve
Ray in brilliant photography.
Our next session will take place
on Wednesday, December 31st,
9:00-10:30 a.m. in Room 1 of the
Conesa Center.
1. The Daughter of Zion becomes the Mother
of God.
2. The Doorway.
3. Mary, the Mother of the Church.
Our Lenten Mission (February 23-25, 2015) will be
presented by Ken Yasinski. He is the founder of Face to
Face Ministries, a Lighthouse Catholic Media Speaker,
author, and songwriter. SAVE THE DATE!
4. Mary, the Queen of Heaven: Pentecost.
Advance Reading: The Gospel of Luke, chapters
1 & 2; the Gospel of Matthew, chapter 2.
Informative notes provided before and
discussion hosted afterwards for those interested.
Film length 85 minutes. For more information,
please contact Albert Baxley at (813) 634-4326.
CATECHISM CORNER
Article 437: To the shepherds, the angel
announced the birth of Jesus as the Messiah
promised to Israel: "To you is born this day in the
city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord."32
From the beginning he was "the one whom the
Father consecrated and sent into the world",
conceived as "holy" in Mary's virginal womb.33
God called Joseph to "take Mary as your wife, for
that which is conceived in her is of the Holy
Spirit", so that Jesus, "who is called Christ",
should be born of Joseph's spouse into the
messianic lineage of David.34
32 Lk 2:11.
33 Jn 10:36; cf. Lk 1:35.
34 Mt 1:20; cf. 1:16; Rom 1:1; 2 Tim 2:8; Rev 22:16.
English translation of the Catechism of the Catholic Church for the United States of
America copyright © 1994, United States Catholic Conference, Inc.
—Liberia
Editrice Vaticana. English translation of the Catechism of the Catholic Church:
Modifications from the Editio Typica copyright © 1997, United States Catholic
Many religions make contrasting claims about Jesus. Even
different Christian denominations can’t decide what they
believe. So how do we know what’s true? In this talk, Ken
Yasinski gets the heart of the issue by looking at what Jesus
said about Himself and the impact this has on us.
Tuesday Movie
The weekly Tuesday Movie will take a
short break during the holiday season. The
movies will return on Tuesday, January
13th. More information on the next movie
will be included in upcoming bulletins.
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Around the Parish
The winter session of the
Bereavement Support Group will
begin on Thursday, January 22, 1:00
p.m., continuing for eight-weeks in
the Conesa Center. This support
group is based on the teachings of
the Catholic Church. It is completely
confidential and will cover topics
such as the spiritual elements of grief and healing, surviving stress and loneliness, and working through anger and
confusion. The group size will be limited to 10 people. Registration is now open for those who have lost a loved
one. If you were part of a bereavement group in the past, but feel you need a refresher course; this is a good
opportunity for reaffirmation. The facilitators for this group are Mary Ann Fitzpatrick and Tom English. For
more information or to register, contact the parish office.
I can’t stop the rain from falling but I can wait it out with you until it does. I am here for you. Anonymous
March for Life St. Augustine
Join people from Florida and South Georgia for the
March for Life in St. Augustine on Saturday, January
17, 2015. The March is for anyone of any faith who
believes in the sanctity of human life! The Office of
Life Ministry will be offering a bus trip for the cost of
$40/person Boxed lunch and drinks provided. Buses
will be picking up at Nativity Catholic Church,
Brandon 6:30-7:00 a.m. and returning 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Registration information and itinerary are available
under Upcoming Events at www.life.dosp.org, by
contacting the Office of Life Ministry at 727-344-1611
or at www.popcc.org.
Fill the Bus!
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Around the Parish
Traveling Chalice
Council of Catholic Women
MEETING:
This week Anthony and Patricia
Gerbino receive the chalice into
their home. If you are interested
in hosting the chalice and praying
for vocations to the Priesthood
and religious life, please contact
Tom & Bonnie Cummings at
(813) 633-6979.
THURSDAY, JANUARY
8, 2015
(Please note this is the
second Thursday of
January.)
Join us in church for Mass
at 8:00 a.m., followed by a
light breakfast and meeting
in the Conesa Center.
Volunteer Needed
If you are interested in
volunteering as an Outreach
Eucharistic Minister at the
new St. Joseph Hospital
South, please contact the
parish office, 634-2328,
before Monday, 1/12/15.
The Prince of Peace
Council of Catholic Women will honor our Patroness,
Our Blessed Lady, at our January meeting when
distinguished Toastmaster Tom Cummings will
present, “Lessons from our Lady”, sharing her story
and her influence on his life. What a marvelous way
to kick start the New Year. Why not plan to join us
for the 30 minute presentation?
Receiving Communion
In our meeting business portion, the Nominating
Committee for our upcoming election will be
announced.
While in the Hospital
For additional information, please contact Lynn at
(941) 723-8431.
While in the hospital, if you wish to receive
communion or have a priest visit, you must tell
registration and your nurse that you are a
Catholic. Due to privacy acts this information is
not made available unless permission is given
beforehand by the patient.
PAPER RECYCLING COLLECTION
WEEKEND, JANUARY 3RD/4TH
DO WE HAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS?
What about your new cell phone number? Please help us keep our parish records as
current as possible by updating your contact information in one of the following ways:

Send us an Email with any changes in name, address, additional phone numbers
and we will update our data base immediately. Email: [email protected]

Stop by the Parish Office and fill out a change form at the front desk
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE !
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Around the Parish
Fellowship Sunday
Join us on Sunday, January 4th after all Masses.
This Fellowship Sunday is graciously hosted
by the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul.
APA Donor Thank You Reception
Prince of Peace would like to thank all of the parishioners who contributed to the 2014
Annual Pastoral Appeal with a pizza lunch on Thursday, January 29th, at noon. Please
R.S.V.P. to Karen by January 22nd to let her know that you will be attending.
Wounded Warriors and Veterans
Formal Military Ball - No Prior Military Service Required
Sponsored by The 4th Degree Knights of Columbus
January 30, 2015 at the Conesa Center
Guest of Honor and Speaker– Wounded Warrior SSG Justin Lansford US Army Ret. - SSG Lansford has
appeared on Good Morning America, Fox News, CNN, and various Atlanta stations.
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Social hour - 4:00 p.m.

Posting of Colors - 5:00 p.m.

Dinner - 5:10 p.m.

Entertainment and Dancing - 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Music by the St. Dennis Variety Band
Price $50 per person. Reserve a table or individual seats. For tickets call Val Korolevich at 813-938-3205 or Mike
McCluskey at 813-634-8381.
BULLETIN SUBMISSION
Does your ministry, group, or organization have an event coming up soon? Would you like a notice printed
in our weekly bulletin?
Please contact Gabriel Pantojas in the parish office for more information on the updated procedures:
(813) 634-2328 or [email protected]
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Around the Diocese
Family: The First House of Formation
The Diocesan Vocation Enrichment Team would like to invite all who
are interested in promoting vocation awareness to a special workshop.
Family: The First House of Formation
Saturday, January 17, 2015, 8:00 am - 1:30 pm
Bethany Center (18150 Bethany Center Drive, Lutz)
Cost: Free! (Continental Breakfast and Lunch provided)
Keynote Speaker: Rev. Alfredo Hernandez, Dean of Pastoral
Formation, St. Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary.
For registration, visit www.popcc.org/vocations-workshop
Contact Heidi Varley, Administrative Assistant, Office of Vocations with any questions at [email protected] or
727-345-3452.
Honoring Couples
The Jubilee Mass of Thanksgiving with Bishop
Robert Lynch honoring couples throughout the
diocese who will celebrate 25, 50 or more years of
marriage during 2015 will take place at the Cathedral
of St. Jude the Apostle on Sunday, February 8, 2015
at 3:00 p.m. If you wish to attend, please contact the
parish office. Registration must be received by
Tuesday, January 20, 2015.
Blessing of a Christmas Manger or Nativity Scene
God of every nation and people,
from the very beginning of creation
you have made manifest your love:
when our need for a Savior was
great you sent your Son to be born
of the Virgin Mary.
To our lives he brings joy and peace,
justice, mercy, and love.
Lord, bless all who look upon this manger;
may it remind us of the humble birth of
Jesus, and raise our thoughts to him,
who is God-with-us and Savior of all,
and who lives and reigns forever and ever.
R/.Amen.
-From "Catholic Household Blessings & Prayers"
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STEWARDSHIP
Financial Report
Due to the holidays, the offertory for the weekends
of December 20/21, December 27/28 and January
3/4 will be published in the bulletin of January
10/11, 2015.
Did you know that you can
participate in the Sunday collection
through giving online? You can give
in a number of ways: through automatic draft from
your bank account and/or via major credit cards.
We accept:
It's fast, easy, and secure!
For more information visit our website
www.popcc.org or contact Maureen in the parish
office at 634-2328 or [email protected]
FOOD PANTRY COLLECTION
WEEKEND, DEC 3RD/4TH
Please make checks payable to:
Our Lady’s Pantry
Open BEFORE and AFTER all Masses.
Located just inside the main entrance of the church.
Did you know that Prince of Peace sends out a
weekly e-mail newsletter each Friday?
Not receiving ‘The Weekender’?
Contact Gabriel Pantojas in the parish office to make
sure we have your current email address on file:
(813) 634-2328
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WORSHIP
Today’s Music
Readings are found on
page 72 of Ignatius Pew
Missal; the sung Mass
parts are found in the
Mass cards located in the
pew rack.
Gathering Hymn
St. Michael Hymnal,
# 600
Joy to the World
Responsorial Psalm
Ignatius Pew Missal,
p. 51
Psalm 128
Acclamation
Ignatius Pew Missal,
p. 52
Gifts
St. Michael Hymnal,
#702
INTERESTED IN JOINING THE CHOIR?
Once in Royal David’s City
Communion
St. Michael Hymnal,
#691
Of the Father’s Love Begotten
Going Forth
Bulletin,
Greet Now the Swiftly
Changing Year
Please contact Keith Rasmussen,
Coordinator of Music and Organist
(813) 634-2328 -or- [email protected]
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MINISTRY CONTACTS
Charismatic Prayer Group:
Mondays, 9:15 a.m.
Tom Vormwald, (813) 633-3479
Choir:
Keith Rasmussen, (813) 634-2328
Cord Rosary Makers:
First Monday of the Month, 1:00 p.m.
Mary M., (813) 633-3974
Mary A., (813) 633-0537
Council of Catholic Women (CCW):
First Thursday (September through April)
Lynn Witmer, (941) 723-8431
Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist:
Contact the Parish Office (813) 634-2328
Gift Shop:
Contact the Parish Office (813) 634-2328
Greeters:
Contact the Parish Office (813) 634-2328
Interfaith Council:
Reggie Montagna, (813) 633-0412
Lectors:
Diane King, (813) 633-3083
Librarian:
Evelyn Cagney, (813) 634-2328
Marian Prayer Group:
First Wednesday after 8:00 a.m. Mass
Vicky Molnar, (813) 642-0252
Native American Ministry:
Maureen Biebrich, (813) 215-8813
Paper Recycling:
Jim Goss, (813) 938-3579
Peace Needlers:
Marilyn Goodwin, (813) 633-1546
Dottie Elfers, (813) 642-0081
Prayer Line:
Contact the Parish Office (813) 634-2328
Prison Ministry:
Every Third Friday of the Month
Sharon Whiddon, (813) 385-5492
Processors:
Contact the Parish Office (813) 634-2328
Respect Life:
Contact the Parish Office (813) 634-2328
Servers & Sacristans:
Fulvia Fiorani, (813) 938-5067
Stewardship Committee:
Dee Sleziak, (813) 633-9270
Ushers:
Mike McCluskey, (813) 634-8381
Wire Rosary Makers:
First Wednesday of the Month, 1:00 p.m.
Ann Conway, (813) 922-4061
Benedictine Oblates:
Joan Sullivan, (813) 633-3917
Charlie Silk, (813) 633-2081
Hibiscus Council Bunka:
Marjorie Vonderembse, (813) 633-0268
Discalced Secular Carmelites:
Tricia Palmer, President, (941) 729-7871
Evelyn Cagney, Formation, (813) 634-5168
Irish Ancient Order of Hibernians:
Third Monday of the Month
LAOH—Colleen Walker, (813) 938-5476
AOH—Jim Harkins, (813) 633-0961
Knights of Columbus:
Third Degree—John Armstrong, (813) 633-3805
Second Tuesday of the Month, 6:30 p.m.
Fourth Degree—Val Korolevich, (813) 938-3205
Third Monday of the Month, 6:30 p.m.
Knights of Columbus Ladies Auxiliary
Bonnie Cummings, (813) 633-6979
Saint Vincent de Paul Society (SVdP):
Second Thursday of the Month
Tom Connolly, [email protected]
In Need of Assistance? Please call: (813) 385-6110
Secular Franciscans:
First Friday beginning with 8:00 a.m. Mass
Pat Wolfert, [email protected],
(813) 210-5902