Saints Philip and James - John Patrick Publishing Company

January 11, 2015
The Baptism of the Lord
7:30am - 5:30 pm
ANTIPHON: After the Lord was baptized, the
heavens were opened, and the Spirit descended
upon him like a dove, and the voice of the Father
thundered: This is my beloved Son, with whom I
am well pleased.
COMMUNION: Behold the One of whom John
said: I have seen and testified that this is the Son
of God.
Msgr. Michael J. Burke, Pastor Emeritus
Residing at Saint Eugene Rectory
200 S. Oak Avenue • Primos, PA 19018
Sunday Mass Schedule
Vigil: 4:00 pm Year Round
and 5:30 pm October through April
7:30, 9:00, 10:30 am, 12:00 noon & 5:30 pm
Monday through Friday
Holy Mass 6:30 am & 8:30 am
Saturday Holy Mass 8:30 am
Saints Philip &James Rectory
107 North Ship Road Exton, PA 19341
Phone: 610 363 6536 • www.sspj.net
Parish Clergy
Rev. Joseph C. Dieckhaus, J.C.L., Pastor
Deacon Charles W. Polley, Jr.
Weekend Assistance
Rev. Harry J. Erdlen, O.S.A., Malvern Prep
Rev. Christopher J. Drennen, O.S.A. Malvern Prep
Rev. Anthony W. Dieckhaus
Parish Staff
Mrs. Barbara A. Doyle,
Parish Office Manager
Mr. Michael McCafferty,
Business Manager
Mrs. Patricia A. Bogdan, M.A., M.S.,
Office of Liturgy Planning
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Refer to page 2.
Visits
To The Most Blessed Sacrament
Saint Mary Chapel
Monday through Friday
9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Devotions
Main Church
Miraculous Medal Novena
Veneration of Saint Pio of Pietrelcina relic
for our Infirmed, especially cancer patients
Saturday after 8:30 am Service
Saints Philip & James School
Pre-K, K, Grades 1–8: 610 363 6530
Sister Helen Thomas McCann , IHM, Principal
Sister Emily Vincent, IHM, School Development
Parish Religious Education
Office: 610 363 1307
Sister Eunice Marie, IHM, Director
CYO Information
www.sspjcyo.net
January 11, 2015
Saturday
4:00 PM
5:30 PM
January 10, 2015
Steven Bibbo
Joseph Altomonte, M.D.
Sunday
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
10:30 AM
12 Noon
5:30 PM
January 11, 2015
Beatrice Martin
Anne Creamer
Harold Lay
Steven Michael Bibbo, Sr.
Hal Ferrari
Monday
6:30 AM
8:30 AM
January 12, 2015
Mary Theresa Judge
Kevin McEwen
Tuesday
6:30 AM
8:30 AM
January 13, 2015
Sanctuary Guild
Jim Kurtz
The Baptism of the Lord
A Prayer for the World Meeting of Families
God and Father of us all, in Jesus, your Son and our
Savior, you have made us your sons and daughters
in the family of the Church.
May your grace and love help our families in every
part of the world be united to one another in fidelity
to the Gospel.
May the example of the Holy Family, with the aid
of your Holy Spirit, guide all families, especially
those most troubled, to be homes of communion
and prayer and to always seek your truth and live in
your love.
Through Christ our Lord, Amen
Jesus, Mary and Joseph, pray for us!
Wednesday January 14, 2015
6:30 AM Stanley O’Connor
8:30 AM Bill Kid Lucy
Thursday
6:30 AM
8:00 AM
January 15, 2015
Ann Tierney
Patricia Griest
Friday
6:30 AM
8:30 AM
January 16, 2015
Frank & Mary DiMartini
Helen M. Widmann
Saturday
8:30 AM
4:00 PM
5:30 PM
January 17, 2015
Rita C. Lamb
People of the Parish
Joseph & Gail McCann (50th Anniv.)
Sunday
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
10:30 AM
12 Noon
5:30 PM
January 18-, 2015
Joseph Podziomek
William O’Donnell
Hugh Burke
Mary Ann Usavage
Charles Weems
The 10 months prior to the World Meeting of Families have been
assigned 10 themes based on the 10 chapters of the Preparatory
Catechesis Love is Our Mission: The family Fully Alive.
10 Monthly Themes
January 2015: 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.
PLEASE REMEMBER…those who are sick in your prayers, Chase
Marlin, Beth Tomeo, Carmen Podziomek and Maryann Bunch.
For those in need of Healing Prayer there are pray overs the 1st
and 3rd Sunday of each month after the noon Mass on the Blessed
Virgin Mary side of the alter.
Prayer to Our Lady, Health of the Sick
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Monday 7PM, Saturday, before Vigil Masses and
Sunday before 7:30AM & 9:00 AM Holy Mass.
Exposition of the Most Blessed Sacrament in St.
Mary’s Chapel Monday thru Friday 9AM-7 PM.
PLEASE REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS, all our
deceased benefactors .
Virgin, most holy, Mother of the Word Incarnate, Treasurer
of graces, and Refuge of sinners, I fly to your motherly
affection with lively faith, and I beg of you the grace ever to do the
will of God. Into your most holy hands I commit the keeping of my
heart, asking you for health of soul and body, in the certain hope that
you, my most loving Mother, will hear my prayer. Into the bosom of
your tender mercy, this day, every day of my life, and at the hour of
my death, I commend my soul and body. To you I entrust all my
hopes and consolations, all my trials and miseries, my life and the end
of my life, that all my actions may be ordered and disposed according
to your will and that of your Divine Son. Amen
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Dear Sisters and Brothers in the Lord,
A further word of Christmas thanks to all who helped to make the holidays brighter for those in difficult situations.
The one to one help that goes through our office each year is always impressive. People, wanting no recognition, who want to
anonymously help others are givers not only of the goods of this world but also givers of God Who is love. More than the material
gift is the realization that someone understands and wants to help. The following is a letter that particularly touched one of our
office volunteers.
From: St. Agnes Outreach Services Day Room.
Dear Father Dieckhaus, Doug and Maria Weems and Parishioners.
Gratitude to you for your friendship and generosity to people in need in our community! You have been a wonderful blessing for
the families for whom you provided Christmas gifts. They ask that we send you their deepest thanks.
It is a particular joy for us that we have this special relationship with you and that through our friendship in Christ people who
might never know one another are able to come together to give and receive kindness. We thank you for the time and effort and the
beauty of your gestures toward the poor. Such kindness is very powerful and can give hope to those struggling to survive in our
affluent county. Thank you for choosing to do something beautiful for families that you did not know. Thank you for doing
something that you did not have to do for the good of others! You are a sure sign of Christ’s Presence in our work today.
This is a very beautiful relationship and we thank God for you! May he continue to bless all in your parish with His love and His
grace. Peace and Joy in the New Year!~
God Bless .+ jcd
Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated the
Second & Fourth Sunday of most months at
1:30 PM in the Church.
Baptismal Instruction The next
scheduled class is Sunday, January 18, 2014 at
10:00 AM in the Rectory Meeting Room. Please call the
Rectory to register.
Sacrament of Matrimony
Couples must make arrangements to meet with a
priest at least six months in advance. The next PreCana meeting is scheduled for March 6 & 7, 2015.
Call the Rectory for more information.
Charismatic Prayer Meeting: Please join us on Thursday Jan
15 at 7:30 pm in the Rectory Meeting room as we strengthen
our prayer life and deepen our relationship with our Lord
through song, praise and a teaching. For more info, contact
Larry Powers at 610-363-2937.
The Wednesday morning bible study will begin the Little
Rock Scripture Study of "The Passion and Resurrection
narratives" on January 14, 2015 at 9 am in the rectory meeting
room. All are welcome. Please call Lesa Hayden for
information 610-905-1833.
Sacrament of Confirmation
The Sacrament of Confirmation will be
administered at SS. Philip and James
Parish on May 5 & 6. Any adult
Catholic who has not had the
opportunity to receive this sacrament should contact the
Religious Education Office (610-363-1307) to arrange to be
included as a candidate for this sacrament.
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The Prayer Shawl Group Crocheters and
knitters are invited to join the prayer shawl
group meeting in the rectory meeting room.
Call [email protected] 610-363-1720
[email protected]
SSPJ’S Thrift Shop Hours
Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:30-7:00 PM
Saturday 10-4 PM & Sunday 1-4PM
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Adult Club—meets at 12:30 pm on the first and third
Thursday of each month. Refreshments, a short meeting,
bingo or bridge. We also arrange day trips during the
year. Ed 610-524-2592 & Mary 610-933-5989
DIRECTION FOR OUR TIMES We meet on the third
Thursday of every month at St. Mary's Chapel @ 7pm. Call
Kathy Dibrino, 484-888-1531 with any questions.
SSPJ Helping Hands Volunteers A hand is here for
the asking! We are a volunteer group and ready to help our
fellow parishioners with temporary needs. We make meals,
visit, drive for errands and Drs. appointments, groceries and
church. Ask if you think we can lend a helping hand, or you
would like to join our volunteer group. Contact Sarah Hart 610
-269-4689 [email protected]
YPC will meet on Sat. Jan 24 at 7:30 pm in
the gym. New members from all schools are
welcome. Wear sneakers for social games
and basketball. Info Karen T. 610-363-1484
SSPJ . . . a tithing parish in its foundation and future
STEWARDSHIP IS A WAY OF LIFE
Tithing: God’s Plan for Giving:
10% for God by giving 5% to your parish and 5% to God’s
other good works.
Stewardship Status as of January 4, 2015
Current Week Contributions
Actual
$29,344
Budget
$30,900
Deficit
-$1,556
Year-To-Date Contributions
Actual
$847,746
Budget
$865,200
Deficit
-$17,454
Auto Debit Contributions
New Enrollment
Form can be located on Parish
website www.sspj.net
Contribution Changes Contact [email protected]
Confirmation of Change will be sent
via email
Additional Audited Financial Statements
for Fiscal Year 2013-1014
In November, we shared that the Archdiocesan Pastoral Center
entity's audited financial statements for fiscal year 2013-1014
were being posted to www.CatholicPhilly.com. As you know ,
several other entities, which are separate, we not included in
that report.
Young Adults: Connecting Artistic Beauty and
Contemplation Kate Capato of The Culture Project will be
joining us this Wednesday at 7:30pm for a talk about beauty
in the arts - and how that allows for contemplation. We hope
to see you there! For more info about CYACC's social,
service, and spiritual opportunities for young adults, check
us out on Facebook, at www.cyacc.org, or request more info
by emailing [email protected]
Audited financial statements for fiscal year 2013-1014 for
these entities will be published on www.CatholicPhilly.com
today at 12:00 p.m.
Malvern Prep will be hosting it’s annual fundraiser
Empty Bowls on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
(January 19th) at 6pm at Malvern Preparatory
School. This event benefits the homeless and
hungry in Philadelphia by selling hand-made, ceramic bowls
and auctioning off bigger, more elaborate pieces at the
event. Once you arrive at the event you will present your
ticket to the person at the front door and then go pick out the
bowl you want. You then will receive soup and dine with
your friends and listen to several people who talk about what
the proceeds will go towards and what Empty Bowls
means. This is a casual, family friendly event that has proven
to be a fun time for all who go and has truly been a beneficial
force for feeding and housing the homeless of
Philadelphia.
To purchase tickets visit our website
www.malvernprep.org/empty-bowls-2015. Thank you and I
WORLD MEETING OF FAMILIES
OPPORTUNITY
His Excellency, Archbishop Chaput has announced
training sessions for any Catholic who would be
willing to be available to the press relative to the
World Meeting of Families in Fall 2015. It is
expected that 5,000 reporters will be here for the
event. Catholic voices will host a second initial
information session for all those interested in this
opportunity. Tuesday, Jan. 13th at 6 PM, at
Vianney Hall auditorium at Saint Charles
Seminary. It will be an opportunity to learn more
about this opportunity so as to decide whether or
not to become involved in this event.
Difficulty Hearing in Church? Did you know that you can bring any transistor radio with a head set to church and tune to
channel 107.5 to receive assistance with hearing. Those who have been using this assistance are most pleased. The radio does not
have to be special. The least expensive ones work just fine.
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Bishop Shanahan High School Winter-Summer Programs:Bishop Shanahan High School and Dr. Richard Fuller offers the
most comprehensive 35-hour training experience in a PSAT/
SAT Program in the area (with a student teacher ratio of 8:1 in
math), classes begin January 21, 2015. We also have
information on our summer programs which include: Algebra I
enrichment program (grades 5-9) and Math Programs in
Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus and Calculus (all grades) ;
“Critical Thinking and Study Skills” program (grades 8-12);
and a PSAT/SAT Program (with a student teacher ratio of 8:1)
summer classes start June 22, 2015. For more information call
Dr. Fuller 610-275-9660 or BSHS 610-518-1300.
Mark your calendars now for the 21st Annual Mom
Heart of the Home Spring Day of Renewal March 21,
2015 • 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Sts. Simon and Jude Meehan
Center, West Chester. Calling all moms, grandmothers,
step-mothers, or women of nurturing nature. Do
yourself a favor…Plan ahead to spend the day with us!
Give yourself this one day out of 365 to slow down and
replenish your spirit. Deepen your relationship with God
and Mary, Our Mother. The day includes times of
reflection with all of our amazing, inspirational morning
and afternoon speakers. Registration opens in
December. For more information, call Cookie Davis at
610-296-4137, [email protected] or visit http://
www.mom-heartofthehome.org to see what we’re all
about
UPCOMIG COMMUNITY HEALTH SCREENING
Discernment Retreat
January 16-18, 2015
Friday 6PM -Sunday 1PM
Villa Maria House of Studies
Young women (18-35) are invited to join us for this retreat
which focuses on the IHM Charism and the importance of
listening to God's call and discovering the many ways that God
speaks to us. Time will be included for personal and
communal prayer as well as the opportunity to interact with the
sisters in Formation. (Contact: [email protected] or 610-8891553)
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2015
Saints Philip and James Rectory is pleased to offer a
preventive health event. Life Line Screening, a leading
provider of community-based preventive health screenings,
will host their affordable, non-invasive and painless health
screenings on 2/13/2015. Five screenings will be offered
that scan for potential health problems related to: blocked
arteries which is a leading cause of stroke; abdominal aortic
aneurysms which can lead to a ruptured aorta; hardening of
the arteries in the legs which is a strong predictor of heart
disease; atrial fibrillation or irregular heart beat which is
closely tied to stroke risk; and a bone density screening, for
men and women, used to assess the risk of osteoporosis.
Register for a Wellness Package which includes 4 vascular
tests and osteoporosis screening from $149 ($139 with our
member discount). All five screenings take 60-90 minutes
to complete. In order to register for this event and to
receive a $10 discount off any package priced above
$129, please call 1-888-653-6441 or visit
www.lifelinescreening.com/community-partners.
Charismatic Retreat at the IHM Spirituality
Center
1140 King Road, Immaculata, PA 19345
Charismatic Retreat
Retreat Director: Rev. Augustine Esposito,
OSA
Jan. 24-26, 2015: 6PM Fri.-12Noon Sun. (a few openings still
available)
Saturday Only: 8AM-8Pm
For more information and /or registration, contact Sister
Barbara Cook at 610-647-4136;
[email protected]
CELEBRANT SCHEDULE
January 17/18, 2015
SSPJ Email Alerts If you would like to receive e-mail alerts from
the Parish, please go to the website below and fill-in the required
information. http://tinyurl.com/SSPJAlert
All bulletin request send by Monday of each week by
Email to [email protected] &
[email protected] Thank you
4:00 PM
5:30 PM
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
10:30 PM
12 Noon
5:30 PM
Fr. Dieckhaus
Fr. Drennen
Fr. Anthony Dieckhaus
Fr. Erdlen
(CYO Mass winter sports)
Fr. Welsh
Fr. Erdlen
C. Polley
Fr. Dieckhaus
Counting Team 1
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January Announcements and WMOF resources
Bulletin Announcements January 2015
Office for the New Evangelization
Host a Family for the World Meeting of Families Two million visitors from all over the world are expected to visit
Philadelphia for the World Meeting of Families congress and visit by Pope Francis on Sept 22-27, 2015. Local residents in the
Philadelphia region and Tri-State area are being asked to sign up as host families for the event and welcome visitors into their
homes during the celebrations. To learn more, visit http://www.worldmeeting2015.org/get-involved/host-a-family/.
Prepare for the World Meeting of Families! Prepare for the World Meeting of Families by attending local preparation events
designed to prepare our minds and hearts for this once-in-a-lifetime event. A running list of local WMOF preparation events can
be found at phillyevang.org/wmof.
Catholics Returning Home
Do you know someone who has left the Church? Are you a Catholic who now feels separated from your church? Nativity of Our
Lord Parish in Warminster will conduct an ongoing series called Catholics Returning Home on six consecutive Monday evenings
at 7PM beginning January 19th, 2015, in the Nativity Parish Conference Center (building in back of the Church). The sessions
are for non-practicing Catholics who are seeking answers to questions about returning to the Church. If you know someone who
has left the Church, please invite them to join us. For more information, call Charlie Scally (267-884-2970).
Pope Francis' Joy of the Gospel
Join us for five consecutive Saturday evenings starting January 17th through February 14th, to hear excerpts from Pope Francis'
Apostolic Exhortation The Joy of the Gospel. The excerpts will be followed by a panel discussion to explain the "New
Evangelization" and how families can put Pope Francis' words into action. Beginning Saturday, January 17 after 5:15pm Mass at
the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul. Please RSVP to: [email protected] or call Michael Campbell 215-407
-7402
2015 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
THE EXTON-LIONVILLE MINISTERIUM
invites you to
An Evening of Prayer & Fellowship on
Sunday, January 25, 2015, 7:00 PM
at Saint Paul’s United Church of Christ101 Worthington Road, Exton, PA
Theme: “Jesus said to her: Give me a drink”Reflections on John 4
Preacher: Rev. Dr. Mark D. Atkinson
Fairview Evangelical Presbyterian Church
Light refreshments and informal socializing after the prayer service. Free will offering for the Ministerium Emergency Relief
Fund. All are invited to bring non-perishable items for The Lord’s Pantry Food Cupboard.
For directions/more information, call 610-942-2640.
Participants include the pastors and congregations of:
Exton Community Baptist Church, Exton
Exton United Methodist Church, Exton
Fairview Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Glenmoore
Grove United Methodist Church, West Chester
Saint Elizabeth Roman Catholic Church, Upper Uwchlan
Saint Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lionville
Saint Paul’s United Church of Christ of Exton, Exton
Saints Philip & James Roman Catholic Church, Exton
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SSPJ School News
7th Graders Present
Christmas Tableau
Merry Multiplication!
The entire school body gathered in the church for a
tableau and music service prior to Christmas break.
While students narrated the story of Jesus’ birth,
seventh grade students portrayed those scenes. After
the service, students chose “courts of the King,”
which is a tradition in which each person prays to
choose which virtue they need the most. Below are
Lauren and Ben portraying Mary and Joseph. To the
right is Logan selecting a court from Annie.
Third graders had a merry time with multiplication
by creating word problems associated with a
Christmas theme! In addition to writing out their
problem, they drew pictures of each!
Skylar’s problems were:
I caught 8 snowflakes on my tongue 4 times. How
many snowflakes did I catch?
8 x 4 = 32
Grandma went shopping for 2 days. Each day she
bought 11 gifts. How many gifts did Grandma buy?
22 gifts.
Joren’s problems were:
Mommy bakes Christmas cookies. She needs to fill
12 boxes with a dozen cookies. How many cookies
does she need to bake in all?
12 x 12 + 144 cookies
Band Presents Christmas Concert
The band members gave a wonderful performance at
their Christmas concert! We are so proud of the five
eighth graders who have been with the band since the
beginning--five years ago. This year, 11 new students
joined the band and played in duets, trios, and as a
band. We are impressed with how much the newest
members learned from just a few months ago! All the
students in between did a great job as well!
My 3 cousins sell Christmas wreaths for their church
fundraising. Each of them sold 3 wreaths at $11 per
wreath. How much money do they have in all?
3 cousins x 3 wreaths = 9 x $11 = $99
1st row (left to right): Jessica K. - clarinet, Jessica H., Hannah,
and Elizabeth - flute 2nd row (left to right): Daniel, Sean, and
Ryan - bells
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SS. Philip and James School
721 E. Lincoln Highway
Exton, PA 19341
610-363-6530
www.school.sspj.net
Open House
Sunday, January 25, 2015
1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Learn about our:
 Christ-centered quality education
 Middle School Program
 Full Day Pre-K (with half-day option)
 Honors Math Program
 State of the Art classrooms,
computer lab, library, and gym
 Middle States Reaccreditation
 Band, Choir, Piano
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Meet our principal, teachers, and
parents. Take a guided tour with
our students.
RSVP to [email protected] or call
610-363-6530 x152.
Not available on this day? Call
for a tour.
In the meantime, visit our web
site at www.school.sspj.net!
“. . . Grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord and
savior Jesus Christ.” 2 Peter 3:18
Early Childhood
Elementary
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IMMACULATA UNIVERSITY
Flowers for All Occasions CERAMIC • HARDWOOD FLOORS • CUSTOM RUGS
167 W. Lincoln Hwy. •
Exton, PA
610-363-6550
Wedding Receptions, Anniversaries,
Parties, Business Meetings
LAMINATES • SHEET VINYL • CARPETING
1145 King Road, Immaculata, PA 19345
www.leaffloorcovering.com
610-296- 2336
CHILDREN’S
PIANO INSTITUTE
484-467-5000
& Financial Services, Inc.
(ages 5 and up)
Tony Rescigno
610.647.4400 Ext. 3112
Free Estimates 234 Lancaster Ave., Malvern
Carl Scheuermann, Master Electrician
Proud Member of SS. Philip & James
CTS Electric, LLC
Residential and Commercial Services
610-363-2006
[email protected]
www.ctselectric.com
PRIVATE PIANO INSTRUCTION
Beginner through Advanced
Lessons year round at
Ss. Philip & James School
Painting by Picaso
NANCY L SMOLINSKI
Call Ed DiGiorgio for free estimate
Instructor
34 yrs. teaching exp.
[email protected]
610-458-4044
www.picasopainting.com
501 E. Uwchlan Ave.
Chester Springs, PA 19425
WaterproofingOne.com
610-873-8490
Serving Seniors in Chester County for 20 Years
Excellent Nursing Care
Rehabilitation Therapies
Beautiful Outdoor Gardens
610-280-0722
[email protected]
www.stmarthamanor.org
CatholicHealthCareServices.org
All Souls Cemetery
OPTIMAL NUTRITION
ON A DAILY BASIS
West Brandywine Twp.
484-410-4110
Lots Available - Free Literature
BASEMENT WATERPROOFING, MOLD REMOVAL, FOUNDATION REPAIR
www.archphila-cemeteries.org
Wet Basement? Call today
St. Martha Manor
470 Manor Avenue • Downingtown, PA
Fax: 610-280-0985
PAROCHIAL & PUBLIC
SCHOOL STUDENTS
WELCOME
~ St. Elizabeth Parishioner ~
A & A TAX
(610) 525-0173
Simple Will - $95
I make house calls for the sick & elderly
Power of Attorney $95 • Living Will $95
Living Will language is approved by the Catholic Bishops of Pennsylvania
W. Marshall Pearson
311 Exton Commons, Exton, PA
610.363.3700
Cleanse...Revitalize...Replenish
In-Home Senior Care
Lose Weight Naturally
Through Effective Cleansing!
(610) 524-1954
KATE CLORAN
Health &
Wellness Coach
www.interimhealthcare.com/extonpa
When it
matters most,
count on us.
Ph: 484-880-9795
[email protected]
www.katecloran.isagenix.com
Robin Palmieri, RN, Owner
Call On The Guys In White
$51.00 OFF
Service Call
Excludes
Response Fee
PA# 15275
1-877-Plumber • 610-497-8664 • stongplumbing.com
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to see if we can help Save you money with your monthly payments on your
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Call us today 215-586-1575 or 267-251-0341
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3900 City Avenue, Suite 107 • Philadelphia, PA 19131
WG Handyman Services, LLC
KAY, TABAS & NIKNAM
Ophthalmology Associates
EYE PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
Kristin M. DiDomenico, MD
General Ophthalmology/Cataract
www.kaytabas.com
Bill Garthwaite, SSJ Parishioner • Licensed (#PA103171) & Insured
Curtis Center, Ste. L-30
601 Walnut St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
No Job Too Small
(215) 925-6402
Carpentry/Remodeling • Drywall/Painting
Electrical Fixtures • Plumbing • Odd Jobs
610-620-4202
High quailty roofing for
your home.
GAF Authorized Installer
Call for a guaranteed price Today!
610.873.1696 • We don’t subcontract!
James J. Terry
Funeral Home
15% OFF
Carpet &
Upholstery
Cleaning
Independent Living
Personal Care
Memory Support
Continuing Care Retirement Community
490 Manor Avenue • Downingtown, PA
736 E. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown
888-479-4314
James J. Terry, Supervisor, Funeral Director
Gregory C. Froio, Funeral Director
144 Ss. Philip & James, Exton PA (I) Rt. E
(610) 667-6760
$75 OFF 20% OFF
Tile & Grout
Cleaning
(200 sq ft min)
Air Duct &
Dryer Vent
Cleaning
25% OFF
Carpet
Stretching
& Repair
CLEANING SOLUTION INC.
610-296-9555
Traditional Funerals • Cremation Services
Pre Planning Services • Largest On-site Parking
(610) 269-6567
50 Monument Rd.
1st Floor
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
www.villasaintmartha.org
CatholicHealthCareServices.org
✔ Air Duct Cleaning (helps w/ allergies & sinus issues)
Licensed
✔ Carpet Cleaning, Stretching & Repair
&
Insured
✔ Tile & Grout Cleaning - Kitchen, Bath & Shower
Re-caulking, Re-grouting, Sealing, Tile Replace & Repair
✔ Dryer Vent Cleaning (major fire hazard!)
✔ Power Washing for Decks, Walkways, Patio & Siding
SENIOR CITIZEN
DISCOUNT
1.866.264.8444
CHURCH MEMBER
DISCOUNT
CHARLES A. MESSA, JR., DDS, M.A.G.D.
FAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY
72 W. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown
610-269-7000
John Patrick Publishing Company, Inc. (800) 333-3166 • www.jppc.net
Wakeley
Chester Valley
Rehab & Nursing
Center
Landscaping
Fall Cleanup • Firewood
Professional Realty
610-416-1188
CHESTER VALLEY
REHAB & NURSING CENTER
283 E. Lancaster Ave.
Malvern, PA 19355
Tel. 610-296-4170
Fax. 610-296-0514
www.chestervalleyrehab.com
Tim Sullivan General Contractor
Bill Gero
CRS, CLHMS, Realtor • Kitchens
Relocation Specialist • Bathrooms
• Alterations
Parishioner
484-459-8007 Direct
610-363-8444 Office
Virtual Tours at
www.BillGero.com
610.636.7427
[email protected]
FUNERAL HOME
CONTINUOUS FAMILY SERVICE SINCE 1875
610-696-1181
#PA008802
Joseph J. DellaVecchia, III., F.D. / Supv.
410 North Church Street • West Chester
10% OFF
SPJ
Up to a $30 value. Valid for repairs only. Coupon cannot be
combined with other offers. Must be presented at time of service.
CARNUCCIO COUNSELING LLC
Domenic J. Carnuccio, MA, NCC, LPC
CATHOLIC CHRISTIAN COUNSELING
Marriage • Family • Individual • Group
Member of Diocese
www.tobetterplaces.com
PROGRESSIVE CARE AT HOME. IT'S THAT SIMPLE!
Services at home, assisted living
and retirement communities.
Private Duty during hospital stays and rehab.
THE Nursing OFFICE
10% OFF 1st Month Of Services W/ This Ad
Complimentary Consultation • Qualified Care Providers • RN Assessment & Oversight
FURNITURE
WHOLESALE DIRECT
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RX
(877) 750-1012 • 24 /7 Support
3836 West Lincoln Hwy.
Downingtown 484-593-0640
progressivecareathome.com • 661 W. Germantown Pk., Ste. 8, Plymouth Meeting, PA
Windows • Doors
Siding • Carpentry
Roofing • Repairs
Free
Estimates!
Edward Callahan Inc.
610-399-1372 (484) 368-2206
“Better hearing through
professional care.”
www.furniturewholesaledirect.com
Financing Options To Suit Your
Budget & Needs
H: M,T,Th 7 F 12-7 W Closed,
Sa & Su 12-5
Parishioners... We Pay Your
SALES TAX!
Bring Ad For An Additional 6% OFF
Not to be combined w/ other offers or disc.
Quality Selection & Prices
That Can’t Be Beat!
FREE
INSPECTION
ASSOCIATES IN
AUDIOLOGY
Dr. Michael McCandless, AuD
Charles Lindsay, M.A.
Gigi Madison, HIS
Free Hearing Consultation
(610) 431-2044
BRAND NAME FURNITURE...
FOR LESS!
MERIDIAN
PC
SOLUTIONS
Computer Sales,
Service &
Repair
iPhone Repair
Banbury Shoppes
(next to Wawa)
Licensed & Insured
484-753-7300
www.meridianpcsolutions.com
Betsy Rettew
PA Lic. #006806
BASEMENT WATERPROOFING SPECIALIST
407 W. Lincoln Hwy.
610-363-1340
484.202.0490
215-427-1727
Bookkeeping for
Small Business
Quickbooks Certified
www.chestercountyhearingaids.com
Romero
Sealcoating
Residential • Commercial
Sealcoating • Striping • Crack Filler
Patching • Powerwashing
(484) 999 - 4667
15¢ Per
Sq. Ft.
For Sealcoating
Min. $100
[email protected]
144 Ss. Philip & James, Exton PA (B) Rt. E
REAGENT
EXPRESS
CENTER
(parishioner owned)
B/W - Color
Engineering Copies
Passport Photos
Shredding - Shipping
610-280-7891
Eagleview Blvd.
We are the
Lionville Post Office
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Mention this AD and get
20% OFF!
PA4240
Therapy & Wellness, LLC
A Professional Psychotherapy,
Psychiatry and Nutritional
Counseling Practice Helping
Adults, Adolescents and Children.
Heating Oil - Propane
Furnaces-Boilers
Air Conditioners
1 N. Bacton Hill Rd., Ste. 107
Malvern, PA 19355
Sales / Service / Installation
“Our Roots are here,
others only have Branches”
(610) 616-5935
Call today for a price quote
Most Insurance Plans Accepted
www.cornerstonetherapy.com
610-692-3388
John Patrick Publishing Company, Inc. (800) 333-3166 • www.jppc.net