01/18 - St. Simon Stock Parish

SACRAMENTS
MASSES INTENTIONS
READINGS FOR THIS SUNDAY
SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
MASS INTENTIONS
SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
January 18, 2015
SAT 1/17
4:00 PM
First Reading: 1 Samuel 3:3b-10, 19
This powerful story describes Samuel, who at the time was the
servant of the high priest. The Lord called out to Samuel, who
twice thought Eli had called him. They gradually realized that it
was the Lord who called for him. So the third time Samuel
answered and the Lord remained with Samuel as he grew.
SUN 1/18
8:00 AM
Second Reading: 1 Corinthians 6:13c-15a, 17-20
Paul explains to the Corinthians that their body is a temple of
the Holy Spirit. He tells them to avoid lewd conduct, and glorify
God by keeping their bodies pure.
9:30 AM
11:30 AM
Gospel: John 1:35-42
John told two of his disciples that Jesus is the Lamb of God.
They turned and followed him, immediately curious and
attracted to him. Andrew told his brother Simon about Jesus.
Simon also came to meet Jesus, who renamed him Cephas, or
Peter.
MON 1/19
8:00 AM
Daily Readings for the Week
Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Monday
Heb 5:1-10; Mk 2:18-22
Tuesday
Heb 6:10-20; Mk 2:23-28
Wednesday
Heb 7:1-3, 15-17; Mk 3:1-6
Thursday
Heb 7:25—8:6; Mk 3:7-12
Friday
Heb 8:6-13; Mk 3:13-19
Saturday
Heb 9:2-3, 11-14; Mk 3:20-21
TUES 1/20
8:00 AM
WED 1/21
8:00 AM
Henry J. Swanson 1st Anniversary Req. by
Richard & Jane Danser
Peter Feyt Req. by his Mother
Deacon Richard McCarthy Req. by Jackie
Bonfiglio & Kristin
Diana Scharle Req. by Joe & Derri Donahue
John T. Riley Req. by Tony & Mary Ziccardi
Helen Somers Req. by M/M Michael Tartaglia
Sabatino & Santa Lancetti Req. by Nephew,
Anthony Lelli
Lydia Bonsted Req. By Willie & Joan Torres
Gennaro Pizzileo Req. by St. Simon Stock
Parish
Karen Piccinini Req. by the Wachowski Family
Cecilia C. Bush Req. by Christopher, Michelle &
Joseph Saponaro
THURS 1/22
8:00 AM
Perpetual Remembrances
SACRAMENTAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
FRI 1/23
8:00 AM
SANCTUARY CANDLE
In Memory of: Dorothy Frilette
Requested By: Daughter, Sue, and Dennis
SAT 1/24
8:00 AM
BANNS OF MARRIAGE
4:00 PM
Cesar Garcia and Brianna Noelle Vierling
BAPTISMS
We welcome into the Catholic Christian Community:
Sophia Eloise Sarkisian
SUN 1/25
8:00 AM
Please pray for those who have continued on
their journey to the Kingdom of God:
9:30 AM
Harry B. Gabb
CONFESSIONS: Confessions are held every Saturday
from 3:15 – 3:45 pm in the Church.
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: is held every Wednesday
in the rectory Chapel following the 8 AM Mass until 5 PM
with the Miraculous Medal Novena at 4:30 PM.
Irving Motluck Req. by his Wife
Louis Rucci Sr., Req. by Tony & Betty Cipolone
and Family
Linda Markey Req. by Caterina Ferri
Intentions of M/M Gerald Dirvin Req. by Lenny
& Mary Ward
11:30 AM
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People of the Parish
Sue (Santa) Donio Req. by St. Simon Stock
Parish
James J. Porter Req. by his Wife & Children
Walter Nelson Req. by the Porter Family
Betty Quigg Req. by her Nephew, Bill Badey
For the Intentions of M/M John Gorman
Req. by Lenny & Mary Ward
Bill Jordan Req. by Terry and Gary
Nicola Gambale Req. by M/M Soccorso Boccella
Anne Turney Req. by Robert & Rosemarie
Ravoni
Frank Snyder Jr. Req. by Denise DiFiore
Diana Scharle Req. by Mrs. Bartolone & Grade 2
of OLMC
Michael Rosebaum Req. by Mom
Deceased Members of Lelli Family Req. by
Anthony Lelli
Sarah Troiana Req. by Norma Rightler
SPIRITUALITY & PRAYER
Please pray for those who have asked for our prayers:
SS John M. Ciaccio
SGT Adam Cutaiar; USMC
CTI 2 Russell Hagner
US Army Sgt. Jason E. Healey
Lt. Robert John Perales, Army
Barbara Angelucci
Regina Arey
Baby Audrey
Dorothy Bannar
Sister Rosina Bayliss
Richard Beppel Jr.
Makenzie Bogart
Jay Bohanon
Perry John Buford
Joe Bryson
Bob Cagle
Marie Carr
Bob Chambers
Dorothea Cheslock
Michelle Chism
John J. Clancy
Bailey Coughlin
Bella Coughlin
Chuck Coughlin
Joanne Crossetta
Ken Cullin
Benjamin Dabrowski
Herb & Rosemarie Dalbow
Kathleen Deitz
Barbara Dooley
Deborah Dowd
Msgr. Francis X. Dreger
Dennis Druding III
Joanne Edmondson
Rachele Edwards
Anna Mae & Jim Evangelisti
MILITARY
Nadeem Sarwar, US Army
SPC Justin Scheuren
Staff Sgt. David Sigwart
1st PV2 Amanda Sylvester
Sherri Mercier
AMN Jeff Warrington, US Navy
Sgt. Christopher Wright
Pvt. Steven York
HOMEBOUND AND SICK
Stephen Malloy
John Manes Jr.
Sister Marcille, IHM
Michael McDonald
Elizabeth McHenry
Savannah McSorley
Antoinette Metzger
Marie Michael
Kaitlyn Miller
Ron Miller, Jr.
Joan Morris
John Murray
Martin Nicholas
Maria O’Brien
Grant O’Neill & Anna
Eileen O’Neill
Chris O’Rourke
Francis Orsini
Catherine Perkins
Martha Piatek
Joseph Pflanz
Diana Prichard
Quinn Rathjen
Helen Rial
Deacon John Rich
Leon Rossi
John Sachs
Sammy and Sophia
Frank Santilli
Eleanor Scheidegg
Roger Schwartz
Michael Evans
Rita Farina
Dolores Fahringer
Joseph Fahringer
Baby Nora Feger
Stephanie Frago
Richard Grabowski
Daniel Guetherman
Debbie Gutjahr
Douglas Hatch
John J. Henderson
Patrick Hennessy
Judy Herlihy
Cy Hill
Jan & Drew Hohenstein
Maria & Siggy Honrychs
Michael Honrychs
Bob Horn
Patty Kalck Jackman
Maryann Jacobs
Robert Jacobs
Raymond John
Grace Kelly
Ann King
Vera Ann Kirk
Gladys LaLena
Mabel Lewis
Sophia Marie Lewis
Sarah Leyden
Audrey Liebler
Lillian Lovenduski
Krista Sheehan
Kathleen Siedlecki
Alec Silovitz
Barbara Smith
Rachel Spicer
Logan Stepler
Wayne Stepler
Dorothy Mae Stevens
Helen Swanson
Jason Talucci
Peter & Michelle Taylor
Rita Tevis
Patricia Tighe
Linda Todd
Domenic Vacanti
Donna Vancanti
Joseph VanDyke
Leo Villa
Kathy Watkins
Lorraine Walser
Catherine Welser
Joanne Wescott
Carol Whitesell
Colleen Yaniak
Early Morning
PRAYER & YOGA
St. Vincent de Paul
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
St. Vincent de Paul is in need of volunteers for
the Thrift Shop and to assist clients in the food
pantry. We are open Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday from 10:00-3:00pm. If you are
interested and can give 2-3 hours a week, call
the Thrift Store at 856-767-7391 and leave
your name and contact information.
Wednesdays at 6:30 am
Parish Meeting Center
Men and Women ~ All Fitness Levels
Start your day feeling centered, refreshed,
and more closely connected to God.
It costs nothing to attend!
Simply bring a yoga mat and join us!!!
Call Sue at 856-685-3643 for more information.
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Welcome St. Simon Stock Travelers!
WINTER/SPRING TOURS 2015
World Religions
So….WHAT will you do on this
TOUR? Take a detour back to
ancient times to explore various
faith traditions, religious beliefs,
movements and rituals.
So….WHO will you meet on this TOUR?
People such as Zoroaster, Orthodox
Catholics, Confucius, the Sioux and more!
*Gatherings: Mondays 1:00-3:00pm or 7:00pm in the Parish Meeting Center*
January19, 26—Eastern Catholic Churches & Polish National Church
February 23—Native American Spirituality
March 23—Quaker Spirituality & Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints (Mormons)
April 20—Zoroastrianism, Taoism, Confucianism
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LENTEN TOUR 2015
Mary Takes Us Through the Stations of the Cross
So….WHAT is Mary’s TOUR about? Mary will
travel with us to help us understand Jesus’
passion through her own eyes then and
through her eyes now as well.
Any person who wants time during Lent to
honor Mary as a mom. A mom who
experienced sorrow, pain and injustice, yet
she was compassionate and forgiving and
trusting.
So….WHO should sign up for Mary’s TOUR?
*Monday, March 9 at 1:00-3:00pm OR 7:00pm in the Parish Meeting Center*
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ANYTIME TOUR
“Welcomers” Team
So….WHO does the welcoming and WHOM
are you welcoming? Our team welcomes our
new parishioners! We have 3 teams. The first
team arranges a welcome bag full of goodies
such as the history of our parish, sanctuary
artwork info, a refrigerator magnet with our
parish info, and maybe a baked goody. The
second team goes to homes to visit the new
parishioners. The third team writes and sends
greeting cards to those who are listed on our
prayer chain.
So….WHAT do you need to become a
“welcomer?” A nice, warm, “welcomer”
personality! If you got it, you’re in!
*Simply contact SueAnn for your pass into the Welcome Team Tour*
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For more information on our tours please contact our tour guide, SueAnn Jeral:
856-767-1537 or [email protected]
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LITURGICAL MINISTRY SCHEDULE FOR JANUARY (Revised 12/29)
1/17-18
EMs
4:00 PM
(1) A. Contrevo, P. Tresca
(2) B. Piontkowski, J. Talucci
A. Cullin, K. Talucci
J. McKay
8:00 AM
(1) J. Kohler, A. Tuttle
(2) C. Kohler, W. Piatek
P. Miller, S. Markiewicz
9:30 AM
(1) R. Tartamosa, D. Bilella
(2) S. Tartamosa, D. Quinn
C. McCullough, R. Wright
D. Williams
11:30 AM
(1) K. Maronski, M. Leyden
(2) B. Maronski, Sh. Leyden
C. Codario, C. Warrington
Lectors
K. Nicoletta, M. Fisher
B. Vadino, V. Vadino
B. Wright, C. Rainey
R. Voltaire, B. Handy
Altar
Servers
B. Michaelis (MC), Z. Dean
M. Michaelis, B. Johnson
B. Pallante (MC), J. Holwell
E. Pallante, J. Rigolizzo
Jam. Bilella (MC), J. Carty
Jos. Bilella, A. McKeon
M. McPeak (MC), O. Horan
J. McPeak, E. Donaldson
Music
Linda, Terry
Rich
Junior Choir- Tony, Liz
Adult Choir
1/24-25
EMs
4:00 PM
(1) M. Fahringer, B. Bansch
(2) R. Fahringer, A. Cullin
A. Contrevo, A. Martini
J. McKay
8:00 AM
(1) J. Martin, C. Kohler
(2) K. Johnson, D. Fox
S. Tartamosa, M. Werner
R. Tartamosa
9:30 AM
(1) B. Hansen, D. Druding
(2) P. Miller, F. Flood
C. Sheridan, D. Flood
F. Andringa
11:30 AM
(1) Sa Leyden, T. Brisbin
(2) L. Tartaglia, J. Ralston
S. Rosenbaum, C. Codario
Lectors
P. Tresca, B. Piontkowski
J. Hill, J. Rigolizzo
C. McCullough, J. Eddis
M. Leyden, Sh. Leyden
Altar
Servers
A. Ingram (MC), Z. Ingram
J. Ingram, Z. Holland
M. Matthew (MC), A. Mathew
M. Millenbach, S. Millenbach
Cam. Katkocin (MC), A. Goshaw
Chr. Katkocin, M. Tees
B. Michaelis (MC), S. Bradley
M. Michaelis, B. Johnson
Music
Liz, Theresa
Matt
Contemporary
Liz, Mike
DIOCESAN CAP SESSION
St. Simon Stock Parish
Tuesday, January 20th
Parish Meeting Center~7:00 pm
Junior Choir News: The Junior Choir is open to all
youth of the parish, second grade and above. You may
join anytime during the year. We welcome all. For more
information, please call Mary Ziccardi at 435-0901.
Attention:
We ask all parishioners not to bring food
and drink into the church. Water only. With the new
carpet and pew replacements we have updated our
church and it is looking beautiful, clean and fresh. We
have had several accidents already. SO… PLEASE
COOPERATE. Also we need to remove all seating in the
rear against the wall at the Order of the Fire
Marshall. SO… please do not move chairs from the
positions they have been placed in the church. Thank
you.
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The Office of Child and Youth Protection is announcing CAP
(Child Assault Prevention) sessions. CAP is the safe
environment training program for adults who have regular
contact with minors. Attendance is required in order to comply
with the USCCB’s Charter for the Protection of Children and
Young People. The policy of the Diocese of Camden is that
adults will attend CAP once every five years. CAP 1 teaches
attendees to recognize child abuse and neglect and how to
report to the proper authorities. Adults are taught that children
have the right to be safe, strong and free. CAP 1 is for new
volunteers and employees. CAP 2 is called No More Bullies,
No More Victims and is a workshop addressing bullying
awareness and bullying prevention. Cyber-bullying is also
presented. CAP 3 is called Cyber-Empowerment and is a
workshop which promotes adults understanding of cyber
activity of youth while teaching them realistic ways to help
children keep their own rights and guard the rights of others in
the cyber-sphere. Each presentation is 90 minutes. Adults
who are new employees or volunteers should attend CAP 1
before attending CAP 2 or CAP 3. After five years, adults have
the option of attending CAP 1 or 2 again if they prefer.
LIFELONG FAITH FORMATION
Mrs. Bea Raiker, CRE [email protected]
to love your faith. All are welcome: bring your friends! If
coming out for meetings on Sunday night is not your
thing, Volunteer. Stay connected by joining in different
activities going on in the Parish. Do you like to sing, play
an instrument, enjoy reading or greeting people? We
have a special place for you! Please contact me by email
[email protected]
Betty Cipolone, Admin. Assistant [email protected]
856- 767-1537
FAITH FORMATION
FIRST RECONCILIATION
January 31st at 9:30 or 11:00 am
The Sacrament of First Reconciliation will be celebrated
on Saturday, January 31st at 9:30 or 11:00 am.
Jan.
11
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We ask the parishioners of St. Simon Stock to please
keep these little ones in your prayers that they come to
know and trust the forgiveness of the Lord.
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Child Lures Prevention Program
The Diocese of Camden has selected Child Lures
Prevention as a safe environment program for our
religious education programs in the parishes. The basic
premise is that an individual who intends to harm a child
uses a “lure” to get the child away and to do harm. So,
children are taught how to recognize lures and how to
protect themselves.
Feb.
01
08
15
22
Mar.
Each year your child will be taught a different lure. The
Diocese of Camden is committed to ensure that the
children entrusted into our care are safe and that we
provide them with the tools they need to guarantee their
safety.
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15
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YOUTH GROUP SCHEDULE
Planning Meeting – Bring donation of
Peanut Butter & Jelly
Make 350 PB & J Lunches for Cathedral
Kitchen
Sign Up for Follow Me – Church – 6:30 pm
Directors, Actors, Readers, Choir & Set.
Must attend with parents (brief informational
meeting and to sign Commitment Paper)
SOUPER BOWL SUNDAY
No Youth Group
Follow Me Stations of the Cross 1st Practice
NO YOUTH GROUP (President’s Weekend)
Mother/Guardian & Daughter night
Speaker - Jessica Boyington
Follow Me Stations of the Cross Practice
Follow Me Stations of the Cross Practice
Father/Guardian & Son only evening
Follow Me Stations of the Cross Practice
If you do not wish your child to participate in the session,
please let Mrs. Raiker know immediately. If you have
any questions about the program, please do not hesitate
to call me for further information at 856-756-7900 ext.
6010.
Rod Herrara LCSW
Diocesan Director, Office of Safe Environment for Children
“Follow Me” Youth Stations of the Cross
April 1st at 7:00 PM
YOUTH OF THE PARISH
“Follow Me” is a contemporary, prayerful presentation of
the Stations of the Cross. The youth of the parish
present this reenactment as a gift to the Parish at the
start of Holy Week. This presentation is directed by the
Young Adult Ministry in collaboration with the Junior
Choir, readers from 4th – 8th grade, and presenters from
7th-12th grade.
Calling all young people in grades 6-12!
St. Simon Stock Youth Group
6, 7 & 8 grade meet in the gym
9-12 grade meet in the PMC
Sunday night 6:30 – 8:00 pm
A fun and energetic group of young people who have the
opportunity to hang out and have a good time. Prayer,
trips, fundraising, service projects, game nights, gym
time are just a few of the ways we get to know each
other and make friendships based in God’s love within a
supportive and loving environment. For more information
contact Mrs. Bea Raiker, Youth Group Coordinator at
856-767-1537 or [email protected]
St. Simon Stock offers opportunities for 6th through 12th
grades to become more involved in the parish. I
encourage you to take advantage of all our parish has to
offer you. You have the opportunity to learn, to live and
Rehearsals:
February 8 – 1st Practice
Directors: Young Adults: Readers: 6, 7, & 8th grade;
Junior Choir: 2nd thru 8th grade; Presenters: 7, 8th & High
School; Adult Moderators
March 8
March 15
March 22
March 29 – Dress Rehearsal
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STEWARDSHIP
TIME, TALENT AND TREASURE
STEWARDSHIP
Stewards Looking For God
“Jesus turned and saw them following him and said to
them, ‘What are you looking for?’” - JOHN 1:38A
OUR LADY OF MT. CARMEL
REGIONAL SCHOOL
What are Stewards looking for? Are you wasting your
time looking for the material comforts of the world? Or, is
your heart longing for something deeper that can only be
found by spending time with God? Take time, each day,
in silence and ask the Lord what it is that He wants you
to do.
"Lighting The Way"
OFFERTORY COLLECTION
January 11, 2015
Sunday Collection: $ 11,119.00
Electronic Parish Giving: $ 953.00
Capital Needs Debt Collection: $ 1,432.00
Electronic Parish Giving: $ 120.00
Candles: $ 169.00
Poor Box: $ 116.20
OPEN HOUSE
Thursday, January 29th
6:30-7:30PM
MISSION MEMBERSHIP SUNDAY
The Society for the Propagation of the Faith, founded
in 1822 by a French lay woman, is the basic means of
support for the Church's worldwide missions in dioceses
in Asia, Africa, the Pacific Islands and remote regions of
Latin America.
ATTENTION: EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS
First of all thank you for your service to God and His
People. You are a great help to our priests and a
blessing to our parish community.
As you know, some of our EMs go beyond the doors of
the Church to bring the Eucharist to the homebound and
the patients in the rehab and nursing home in Berlin. It
is a rewarding and blessed ministry for all concerned.
On the weekend of January 24th & 25th, all of us in the
Diocese of Camden will have an opportunity to make a
special commitment to the worldwide missionary work of
the Church through enrollment in the Propagation of the
Faith on Mission Membership Sunday. In doing so, we
can reach out to the peoples of the world and to provide
the financial resources to assist priests, Religious Sisters
and Brothers, and lay catechists as they help young
people who are searching for meaning in life, comfort
refugees in their spiritual and material needs, minister to
the sick, teach small children, prepare adults for
Baptism, or bring help and hope to the suffering in times
of natural disaster and war. Please be as generous as
your means will allow in next week’s second collection.
At this time, there is a need for a volunteer to visit the
nursing home and rehab in Berlin on the second Sunday
of each month. Would you consider being this person?
If so, please call me at 856-767-2563 Ext. 310 and leave
your name and phone number. Thank you and God
bless you!
Sr. Anne Pierre, IHM
Pastoral Minister of the Sick
K OF C FREE THROW CHAMPIONSHIP
TAX STATEMENTS
The Knights of Columbus will hold a Council Free Throw
Championship on Saturday, January 24th at the St.
Simon Stock parish gym and it is open to all boys and
girls ages 10-14. Registration and warm up from 9:00
until 9:20 AM. Contest from 9:20 – 10:45 AM. All
winners will then participate in the District Championship
which will be held immediately following the conclusion
of the Council contest. Information will be available in
your school and CCD program or contact PGK Gary
Strain (St. Jude Council) 489-6455 or PGK Bill Harle
(Archangel Council) 357-7882. You must bring birth
certificate for registration. Come and join us for an
afternoon of fun. Snow date is February 7th.
If you would like to receive a statement of your
contributions for the 2014 Tax Year, please call the
parish office at 856-767-2563 (ext. 300) and leave your
name address and telephone number. Thank you.
WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER
A Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend is a
weekend full of fresh love, rebirth, and new beginnings.
Your marriage deserves it, and so does your home life.
The next weekends are Feb 6-8 and April 17-19. For
more information call 609-742-4035 or email
[email protected]
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UPCOMING EVENTS…AROUND THE DIOCESE
Prayer for the World Meeting
of Families in Philadelphia
JOIN BISHOP SULLIVAN in IRELAND
July 18 through 29, 2015
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.
Bishop Sullivan is hosting a tour of Ireland departing
Philadelphia on Saturday, July 18th and returning to
Philadelphia on Wednesday, July 29th. Visit Dublin,
Cavan, Armagh, Knock, Galway, the Cliffs of Mohrer,
Limerick and much more. Tour includes 11 days/10
nights; ten full Irish breakfasts; ten dinners (one with
Irish storytelling and entertainment); gratuities to
driver/guide; porterage of one piece of luggage; four star
hotels; air conditioned motor coach; and a few Irish
ballads sung by the Bishop along the way. The land
cost of this tour is $2209 p/p double with a $479 single
supplement; space is limited. Airfare costs are based on
availability at the time of booking (current estimates are
roughly $1300/non-stop). For more information or to
register contact [email protected] or
[email protected] or call 856-5832807. A non-refundable deposit of $500 p/p is due with
registration.
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.
We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen
Catholic Charities’ Year of the Family
Catholic Charities’ Year of the Family newsletter for the
month of January is now available on our website:
http://www.catholiccharitiescamden.org/wpcontent/uploads/2015/01/Jan.-newsletter.pdf
The theme for the month of January as we move through
the human lifecycle is school-age children. The
newsletter contains an article for parents on navigating
those years with their children from one of the
counselors in our school-based family support program.
We also use this issue to highlight our asset
development program as we begin a new year. Finally,
to commemorate the Catholic Bishops’ observance last
week of National Migration Week, the issue contains a
reflection on the refugee families we serve from our
refugee and immigration services program director.
To learn about all the ways we are celebrating the Year
of the Family at Catholic Charities and to subscribe to
the newsletter, visit our Year of the Family homepage:
http://www.catholiccharitiescamden.org/yearofthefamily/
PICTURING MARY
Picturing Mary, presented by the National Museum of
Women in the Arts (Washington, DC), is a rare
opportunity to meet Mary as she was imagined by some
of the greatest Renaissance and Baroque artists.
More than sixty masterworks are brought together from
museums, churches, and private collections in Europe
and the United States. The exhibition presents images of
Mary as a daughter, cousin, and wife; the mother of an
infant; a bereaved parent; the protagonist in a rich life
story; a link between heaven and earth; and an active
participant in the lives of those who revere her.
Celebrate the Virgin Mary through beautiful art that
visually captures her importance to your faith. For more
information or tickets ($10 adults/$8 for those over 65)
please visit www.nmwa.org or call the National Museum
of Women in the Arts, 1250 New York Avenue NW,
Washington, DC. At 202-783-5000.
Diocese of Camden - Respect Life Mass
Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish
135 N. White Horse Pike
Lindenwold, NJ 08021
Thursday, January 22
6:30 pm Pro-Life Rosary
7:00 pm Holy Mass
SAVE THE DATE:
The Mater Ecclesiae Dinner Theater
Fundraiser presents:
"No Body Like Jimmy",
written by Burton Bumgarner
February 13, 14, and 15, 2015
Come out and enjoy a night of great food and laughs.
Tickets go on sale Jan. 4 through Feb. 9. Age restricted
to 12 and over. For more information or to purchase
tickets,
please
contact
Kathie
DiLoreto
at:
[email protected] or by calling the rectory
office at 856-753-3408. Tickets will not be sold at the
door.
January 22, the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade
Supreme Court decision, is a special day of prayer for
the Legal Protection of Unborn Children. A great
opportunity to pray in solidarity with those attending the
March for Life, join Presider and homilist Fr. Joseph
Capella, for this important evening of prayer and
reflection. Questions? Contact Mike Jordan Laskey:
[email protected] ~ 856-583-6119.
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ZUMBA! ZUMBA! ZUMBA!
START THE NEW YEAR OFF RIGHT
BY LOSING YOURSELF
IN THE MUSIC AND ENERGY OF ZUMBA!!
COME ENJOY THE LATIN INSPIRED, DANCE FITNESS WORKOUT.
A GREAT WORKOUT FOR ANY AGE AND BODY TYPE. ONE HOUR
OF MOVING OUR BODIES TO THE MUSIC HOWEVER YOU WANT,
BURNING CALOREIS AND HAVING FUN DOING IT!!
The money ZUMBA raised this past year is helping with the cost of
the new upholstery for the Church pews.
So come join our ZUMBA classes!
Where:
When:
Cost:
OLMC Regional School Hall
Tuesday Nights from 7:00- 8:00 pm
$8.00 – OR buy a punch card for 10 classes and get
2 classes for free.
There are no long term commitments.
Come whenever the mood strikes you!!!
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Call Vicky Sigwart @ 856-768-9349
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School of Liturgy sessions required for diocesan certification
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy
Communion
Spirituality and Ministry
History of the Liturgy
& a review of the
Liturgical Documents
Pastoral Care of the Sick
Practical Experience
Lectors
Spirituality and Ministry
History of the Liturgy & a
review of the Liturgical
Documents
Use of the Lectionary
Practical Experience
Cantors
Spirituality of Music
Ministers
Practical Training
Liturgical “Best Practices”
Breathing
Vocalization
Diction
Projection
Ritual Music
Hymnody
Psalmody
FEE $35 A MINIMUM OF 20 REGISTRATIONS FOR EACH MINISTRY REQUIRED FOR SESSION TO BE HELD
OCEAN CITY
MILLVILLE
CHERRY HILL
TURNERSVILLE
ST. DAMIEN PARISH
PARISH OF ALL
SAINTS
621 Dock Street
Millville, NJ 08332
CHURCH OF
ST. MARY
2001 Springdale Rd.
Cherry Hill, NJ
08003
STS. PETER & PAUL
362 Ganttown Rd.
Turnersville, NJ 08012
856-424-1454
SATURDAY
MAY 16, 2015
St. Frances Cabrini
Church Hall
2nd Street &
Atlantic Ave.
Ocean City, NJ
08226
609-399-0648
SATURDAY
JANUARY 17, 2015
8:30 – 9:00 AM
Registration
9:00-3:00 PM
TRAINING SESSIONS
856-825-0021
SATURDAY
FEBRUARY 28, 2015
SATURDAY
MARCH 14, 2015
8:30 – 9:00 AM
Registration
8:30 – 9:00 AM
REGISTRATION
9:00 -3:00 PM
9:00 – 3:00 PM
TRAINING
SESSIONS
TRAINING SESSIONS
REGISTER BY:
FEBRUARY 24, 2015
856-589-3366
8:30 – 9:00 am
Registration
9:00 – 3:00 PM
TRAINING SESSIONS
REGISTER BY:
MAY 12, 2015
REGISTER BY:
MARCH 10, 2015
REGISTER BY:
JANUARY 13, 2015
Light morning refreshments will be provided by the School of Liturgy
Please bring a brown bag lunch.
PLEASE CONTACT YOUR PARISH FOR
APPLICATIONS AND MORE INFORMATION
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