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Saint Mary of Sorrows Church
Parish Center • 5222 Sideburn Road • Fairfax, VA 22032
Historic Church • Fairfax Station Road & Ox Road (Route 123) • Fairfax Station, VA 22039
Phone 703-978-4141 • FAX 703-978-2568 • Website www.stmaryofsorrows.org
Parish Center Phone 703-978-4141 + Extension:
Pastor
Rev. James S. Barkett
ext. 15
Parochial Vicar
Rev. Christopher Hayes
ext. 16
Pastor Emeritus
Rev Donald C. Greenhalgh (Ret.)
In Residence
Rev. Jean Vanes Nicolas
ext. 17
Deacons
Marques Silva
[email protected]
Jeffrey Meyers
[email protected]
Religious Education
Esther Silva (DRE Grades K - 6)
ext. 29
Madeline Bernero (DRE Grades 7 - 8) ext. 70
Aida Willis (Registration)
ext. 28
Preschool
Elena Quartuccio
ext. 35
Youth Ministry
Brian Kissinger (YM)
ext. 11
Parish Social Ministry & Family Life
Carol Mayfield
ext. 19
Liturgy
Catherine Wester, OCDS
ext. 22
Music
Colleen Turgeon
ext. 21
Administrative Services
Maureen Vloet/Karen Ramsay (Reception) ext. 10
Cindy Bevilacqua (Registration/Baptisms/
...Bulletin)
ext. 24
Linda O’Brien (Pastor’s Assistant/
...Facilities Scheduling/Weddings)
ext. 13
Comptroller’s Office
Kathleen G. Coleman, MBA Comptroller ext. 20
Mary Ellen Kelliher
(Bookkeeper/Cemetery)
ext. 14
Facilities
Richard Witter
ext. 25
Counselors
Direct Line
Mary Ellen Ruff, LPC, ATR-BC
703-303-4983
Kathleen E. Scheg, JD, LPC, CEEP
703-568-0525
St. Mary of Sorrows is a caring Catholic community
dedicated to living the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We
Listen to the Word of God; Draw our life from the Liturgy;
Promote the sanctity of life; Proclaim the good news of the Gospel;
Serve others in a spirit of truth; Nourish through education;
Commit ourselves to proclaiming and promoting social justice.
Anointing /Visits to the Sick
Duty Priest 703-978-4141, ext. 1.
Last Sunday of the month after the 12:30 pm
Mass
Parish Center Office Hours
Mon - Fri: 8:30 am - 8:30 pm
Sat: 9 am - 6:15 pm
Sun: 8:00 am - 2 pm
Registration
Please register at the Parish Center Office so
that we can serve you more effectively. Your
use of envelopes helps us to assess our
resources and to plan for the future.
Inquiry (R.C.I.A.)
Fr. James Barkett at 703-978-4141, ext. 15.
Pastoral Council
Co-Chairpersons
Frank Adams
Thelma Garry
Members
Paul Armstrong
Charlie Gulac
Patricia Laux
Patrick Taitano
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703-569-3935
703-978-1163
David Lopez
Ann Hartmann
Susan Lee
Weekend Mass Schedule
Worship Center
Sat: 5:00 pm
Sun: 7:30, 9:00, & 11:00 am, & 12:30 pm
& 5:00 pm September through May
Historic Church
Sun: 9:30 am
Daily Mass Schedule
Worship Center
Mon - Sat: 9:15 am
Morning Prayer: 9:00 am
Adoration
Monday, Wednesday & Friday begins after
the 9:15 am Mass until 11:45
First Friday All Night Adoration begins after
the 9:15 Mass
First Saturday Devotions begin after the
9:15 am Mass
Historic Church
Mon - Fri: 6:30 am
Holy Day Schedule - Worship Center
Vigil Mass: 7 pm; Holy Day: 6:30, 9:15 am, 7 pm
Confessions
Worship Center
Sat: 3:30 to 4:30 pm
Mon: 10 am
Wed: 6:30 to 7:00 pm
Travelers: www.Masstimes.org
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SECOND SUNDAY
IN
Martin Luther King Holiday
Sunday, January 18
For the People, Kathleen Morgan †,
For the Homeless, David Wedding †,
Margaret Cicotello †, Mary Lou Sleevi †
Monday, January 19
Jose Villalobos (Birthday)
Tuesday, January 20
Barbara McNally †, Edgard Martinez †
Wednesday, January 21
Jean Kirking †, Ronald Leoni, Jr.
Thursday, January 22
Jerry Bernhardt †, Angelo Dabbiero †
Friday, January 23
Luis Souse †, Robert Flentge †
Saturday, January 24
Maureen Vloet (Birthday), Colleen Turgeon (Birthday)
Sunday, January 25
For the Homeless, Mary Adams,
June Bigatel, Virginia Heller †,
For the People, (HC) Margaret Hamway †
The Parish Center office will be closed on Monday, January 19th,
in observance of the Martin Luther King holiday. There will be NO
6:30 am Mass at the Historic Church. Adoration in the Worship
Center will continue until the confession line ends.
42nd Annual March for Life
On Thursday, January 22nd, St. Mary’s will join prolife groups
from across the United States in the 42nd annual March for Life.
Don’t miss this opportunity to stand for the 3,300 unborn
babies aborted every day in the U.S. as a result of the Supreme
Court’s 1973 Roe v Wade decision. Motor coach will depart St.
Mary’s parking lot at 11 am and return around 4:30 pm. Please
sign up in the parish center foyer or contact John Murray at
703-978-6135 or via email at [email protected]
Senior Citizens Group
READINGS
Mon:
Tues:
Wed:
Thu:
Fri:
Sat:
Sun:
On Friday, January 23rd, guest speaker Peg Telesca, will present a
history of St. Mary’s. We will meet in the Upper Room at 11:30 am.
1 Sm 3:3b-10, 19 ..............1 Cor 6:13c-15a, 17-20
Jn 1:35-42
Heb 5:1-10.......................Mk 2:18-22
Heb 6:10-20.....................Mk 2:23-28
Heb 7:1-3, 15-17..............Mk 3:1-6
Heb 7:25–8:6...................Mk 3:7-12
Heb 8:6-13.......................Mk 3:13-19
Heb 9:2-3, 11-14..............Mk 3:20-21
Jon 3:1-5, 10....................1 Cor 7:29-31
Mk 1:14-20
Eagle Scout Project
Sean Piwowar, a 9th grader at Robinson and a parishioner of St
Mary’s, will be collecting USED MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS IN ANY
CONDITION for an Eagle Scout Project on Sunday, January 25th
between 10:00 am and 12:30 pm, and before the 5:00 pm Mass.
The instruments will be repaired and donated to those who otherwise would not have the opportunity to participate in musical programs. All donations are tax deductible. Please include a note
with your name, address, email, and phone number to receive a
tax donation letter from Potomac Arts Academy. Questions? Email:
[email protected] or call 703-323-8292.
DONATIONS
Donations for the Week of January 4th
Total
Budget
Over/(Under)
Christmas
Building Fund
Capital Improvements
Solemnity of Mary
Heat
Additional Collections
Samaritan Fund
Retirement Fund for Religious
Catholic Campaign for Human Development
JANUARY 18, 2015
PARISH LIFE
MASS INTENTIONS
Sun:
ORDINARY TIME
Church in Latin America
Next week, we will take up a collection for the Church in Latin
America. Your generosity to the collection for the Church in Latin
America is invaluable to the future of the faith in this region. Your
donations will fund catechesis, marriage and family life programs,
and seminarian formation. Please give with a joyful and generous
heart. Please support programs like these and give generously in
next week’s collection.
$47,604.90
$36,500.00
$11,104.90
$1,750.00
$72,145.30
$1,397.00
$6,940.00
$698.0
$2,114.05
$100.00
$100.00
“We have found the Messiah: Jesus Christ, who brings us truth
and grace.”
Jn 1:41, 1:17b
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SECOND SUNDAY
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ORDINARY TIME
JANUARY 18, 2015
Life in the Spirit Seminar
Lenten Mission with the FPOs
Need a faith-lift? The Life in the Spirit Seminars have been a tool of the
Catholic Charismatic Renewal since the 1970’s to bring people into a
deeper relationship with God through the power of the Holy Spirit.
Church of the Nativity and St. Mary’s Charismatic Prayer Groups will
host the Seminar for 7 consecutive weeks from January 29th – March
19th on Thursday evenings, 7:15 - 8:45 pm in NATIVITY church or
parish hall. There will be teachings, personal witnesses and small
group discussions to help you to learn to live in the fullness of your
Baptism and use the gifts of the Spirit you were given at Confirmation.
Registration prior to the first class is preferable so that discussion
groups may be assigned. You may register by email: [email protected] or by contacting Tom Finn 703-978-5180, or
Kathleen McArdle, 703-978-6811. See our flyer on page 9.
Please keep in mind our Lenten Mission begins on March 1st with
the Franciscans of the Primitive Observance. They are the same
Community that was with us last year. The details of the Mission
will be forthcoming in future bulletins. Tentative days are March
1st through the 4th.
Visits to the Sick and Homebound
Parishioners who are ill or otherwise unable to attend Mass for a
short or an extended period of time may have Holy Communion
brought to them on Sundays by calling the St. Mary’s main office at
703-978-4141. If no answer, leave a message including your
name and number. In the event of a Sacramental emergency,
please contact the Duty Priest at 703-978-4141, x1.
Ushers Needed
Lost & Found
Are you looking for a way to participate in the mass with your
family, maybe even gain service hours? We are looking for a few
more ushers for all masses and a few people available for substitutions. Ushers serve one Mass per month, the same weekend every
month. This is a vital ministry and an opportunity to participate in
the Mass. If you are interested, please contact Joe Osborne at 703250-8332 or [email protected] Please consider helping.
Missing something? We have jackets, gloves, sweaters, books, and
more that have been turned in and never claimed. Please stop in
Farrell Hall the weekend of January 31st - February 1st to see if
any of it is yours. Also, please check the front office for watches,
jewelry and keys.
LITURGY
ST. MARY’S PRESCHOOL
Please Pray for the Sick
Clay Wilson, Rev. Andrew W. Krafcik, Mary Chiarodo, Andrea Baker,
Mary Pat Lane, Amelia Schmidt, Toni Morris, Corine Frassa, Joan
Duffey, John Tedreck, Joanne Benner, Antonia Bambauer, Michael
Hannigan, Kathy Archer, Hellen Metzler, James and Martha Mullaney,
Lisa Anderson, Diane Anderson, George Bonina Jr., Lena Restivo,
Paul Anderson, Tom Copeland, Joanie Evans, Lynn Jones, Cathy
Jones, Maria Cabrera, Tony Cabrera, Lorraine Jakub, Lois Chase,
Heidi Cornwell, Pat Seiler, Walter Patronik, Philippe and Christina
Cordoba, Greg Neifert, Eileen Neifert, Alex Green, Kenneth Telesca,
Virginia MacLauchlan, Maggie Otal, Carlos Otal, Lilly Morris, Robbie
Pirhalla, Austin Ruby, and those in our book of prayers.
Names will be kept on the list for a month. Please call then and
advise if you need an extended time.
St. Mary’s Preschool program offers opportunities
for balanced growth in all areas: social, emotional, intellectual, physical, creative and spiritual. We
are a ministry to young families and are dedicated to providing a quality Catholic preschool
program to meet the needs of our community.
St. Mary’s Preschool Registration
For 2015 - 2016 School Year
Registration for the Preschool will be open to all families on
Wednesday, February 11th, at 9 am in the Preschool Office.
Please bring an original birth certificate, baptismal certificate and
a check for the registration fee. Interested families need to call
Miss Elena in the Preschool Office to make an appointment for a
tour.
Please Pray for the Deceased
Mary Beth Muldoon Prakash.
Tuition Angels Scholarship Fund
Adoration on Thursday, January 22nd
Please consider giving the gift of a "Catholic Education" by becoming a Tuition Angel to help families who do not have the financial
ability to pay tuition for our Preschool Program. Thanks to the generosity of parishioners, tuition assistance can be offered to any family in need of financial assistance to start the education process for
their children at St. Mary's Preschool. If you are interested in contributing, please contact Miss Elena in the Preschool Office. Any
assistance would be greatly appreciated.
As in past years we will have Adoration in the Worship Center after
the 9:15 am Mass all day until the bus from the March returns,
usually around 4:00 pm. If you cannot make the trip downtown to
participate in the March, please come to support the cause with
your prayer.
Let us pray for the grace
to know and closely follow the Lord.
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SECOND SUNDAY
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ORDINARY TIME
JANUARY 18, 2015
YOUTH MINISTRY
PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY
HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH
Samaritan Fund
Because of the Hypothermia Shelter in Farrell Hall next week, we
won’t have a youth ministry event after Mass.
Please remember those who are financially needy. Donations to the
Samaritan Fund will be used to assist with rent and utility payments, and
other basic necessities for those less fortunate in our community. Large
or small amounts may be placed in the collection box in the foyer of the
Worship Center. If you prefer, you may write a check to Saint Mary’s
with ‘Samaritan Fund’ in the memo line, and leave it in the Parish Office.
Wednesday Night, January 21st:
Evening of Prayer @ Patriot Center
Coming Events – Mark Your Calendars and
visit www.stmaryofsorrows.org, for Updates!
Email: [email protected]
This Sunday, January 18th:
No Youth Ministry Event after Mass
Hypothermia Week at Saint Mary’s – January 18th – 25th
National March for Life 2015 – January 22nd
Virginia Catholic Conference Catholic Advocacy Day – January 29th
(7:00 - 10:00 pm) Join award-winning recording artist Matt
Maher, national speaker Chris Stefanick and 8,000 other Catholics
for an evening of prayer. These tickets are available to everyone in
the parish, but our spaces are limited, so email me to reserve
yours. Cost is $15 per person.
Come Learn More About the
Super Rich and the Super Poor!
On January 28th, at 7:30 pm, in the Cassidy Activities Center of
Saint Mark’s Church, Prof. Michael Heslop will speak about “Super
Rich and Super Poor - the case of the growing income and wealth
inequality in America.” Prof. Heslop teaches economics at
Northern Virginia Community College. A native of Jamaica, Prof.
Heslop earned his undergraduate degree in Economics and
Accounting and he has two Masters degrees in economics. He is a
Fulbright Scholarship Recipient, and has spent a summer studying
at Oxford. He speaks with authority and conviction on this important topic. Saint Mark’s Church is at 9970 Vale Road in Vienna.
CLC (Catholic Life Communities)
Boys: Wednesdays from 7:30 to 9:15 pm in Room 5
Girls: Thursdays from 7:30 to 9:00 pm in Room 7
Rally and March for Life
Thursday, January 22nd
This year we’re heading to
the Patriot Center for a
rally and Mass before the
March for Life. After Mass,
we’ll take a bus into DC to
peacefully march in
defense of unborn life. The day will be from about 8:00 am until
6:00 pm, and our spaces are limited, so email me if you’re interested.
The Car Ministry Needs Cars
If you have a used car to donate, please consider The Car Ministry, a
charitable agency that processes and repairs donated vehicles which
are given to needy families and persons who can support a car and
who have been referred by pastors and social workers. The vehicles
are given at no cost to people in need of transportation. These vehicles transform people’s lives because transportation allows them to
obtain employment in places that were previously inaccessible and it
makes them self sufficient because they now have a means to get to
work. For more information, contact Peter Garry, 703-978-1163.
Next Sunday, January 25th:
SNL-MADE (5:00 to 8:15 pm)
After Mass and dinner, we’ll have games, music, small groups, and
we’ll begin our semester series all about the greatest story ever
told. So often we think of Scripture as a collection of random stories, but this semester we’ll be going through and finding how God
is telling one big story that can impact our lives today. Whether
you’ve been involved in our events in the past or not, we’d love to
have you join us this semester.
FAMILY LIFE
Make Plans Now for the 2015 World Meeting
of Families to be Held in Philadelphia
High School Winter Retreat
(February 20 - 22, 2015)
We’re hoping to bring about 60 - 70 people to our annual Winter
Retreat. We’ll be going to NORTHBAY, and I’m offering a moneyback guarantee that you have an AMAZING weekend if you come.
Invite everyone you know. Whoever brings a new friend will get a
discount!
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Join Pope Francis and families from throughout the world on
September 22nd - 27th, in Philadelphia. This gathering will
underscore the family’s importance and its positive impact on society. The 2015 theme is “Love is Our Mission: The Family Fully
Alive.” The days will be filled with Mass, Exposition, and dynamic
speakers. During the evenings, there will be film festivals, concerts, and more. There will also be an Exhibition/Marketplace
area, as well as a youth track and day care. To learn more, visit
www.worldmeeting2015.org. Registration is now open!
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SECOND SUNDAY
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HAPPENING IN THE DIOCESE
JANUARY 18, 2015
WEEKLY SCHEDULE
Hypothermia Shelter in Farrell Hall ~ 2 pm - 7 am ~ January 18th - 25th
Sun
18
Hypothermia Shelter
2:00pm
FH
Squire Roses
9:00am
OSMH
Lector Training
2:00pm
WC
Mon 19
Mothers’ Group
10:00am
OSMH
Girl Scout Meeting
5:15pm
OSMH
Cub Scouts
7:00pm
OSMH
Lord Teach Me to Pray
7:30pm
5L
Patricians
7:30pm
8L
RTA
7:30pm
UR
Boy Scout Planning Committee
7:30pm
OSMH
Tues 20
Preschool Sight Screenings
9:00am
7L
Bible Study
9:45am
UR
Lord Teach Me to Pray
10:00am
8L
OLPH Rosary Makers
10:30am
6L
Knights of Columbus
7:00pm
OSMH
Italian Language Class
7:00pm
6L
Bell Choir
7:30pm
WC
Wed 21
Lord Teach Me to Pray
10:00am
UR
Preschool Hearing Screenings
10:00am
7L
Choir & Orchestra Practice
7:00pm
MR
RCIA
7:00pm
UR
Logs of Fire Prayer Group
7:30pm
Chapel
Joyful Noise
7:30pm
WC
Legion of Mary
8:15pm
6L
Thu
22
Preschool Hearing Screenings
9:00am
7L
Spiritual Ministry
10:00am
HC
New Spirit Singers
7:00pm
WC
Boy Scout Troop 697
7:30pm
OSMH
Core Life Transformation
7:30pm
UR
Marian Singers
7:30pm
MR
Fri
23
Preschool Sight Screenings
9:00am
7L
Senior Citizens Group
11:30am
UR
Sat
24
Spanish Class
9:45am
8L
Baptisms
10:30am
WC
Sun
25
Coffee & Doughnuts
8:00am
FH
Boy Scout Venture Group
3:00pm
OSMH
“Behold the Lamb of God.”
Could it be that you are being called to point out the Lord to others as a priest, deacon or in the consecrated life? Call Father J.D.
Jaffe at 703-841-2514, or write: [email protected]
Saint Ambrose School Open House
Sunday, January 25th, 11:00 am - 1:30 pm
Enrolling grades PreK - 8
Prayer Service for Healing for
Victims/Survivors of Sexual Abuse
Presided by Bishop Paul S. Loverde, the next Prayer Service will be
February 4th at 7:30 pm at Saint Mary of Sorrows. The Prayer
Services include a survivor’s testimony of his or her efforts to heal
from the effects of sexual abuse, followed by a light reception.
Please join us as we pray for healing for our victims/survivors in
the Diocese of Arlington and around the world.
Busy Couple’s 7-Day Online Retreat with
Bishop Loverde
In honor of National Marriage Week 2015, Bishop Loverde will
lead an online retreat for couples beginning on World Marriage
February 8th. Sign up to receive daily video reflections from
Bishop Loverde, offering reflections and practical steps for growing closer to Jesus and your spouse. The retreat will conclude at
10 am on St. Valentine’s Day with a live reflection, exposition and
Holy Mass led by Bishop Loverde at the Cathedral of St. Thomas
More, in Arlington. There is no cost to register. To learn more and
to sign up, go to www.arlingtondiocese.org/CouplesRetreat.
Join Us at the 2015 Catholic Charities Ball!
The 2015 Catholic Charities Ball, “Growing In His Love,” will be held
February 13th at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, in Tysons Corner. You are
invited to join in the festive, black-tie event which will have dinner,
dancing, a raffle and a live auction! Please visit www.ccda.net to register today or get more information. The annual Catholic Charities
Ball plays a vital role in how we can help our communities. The
Ball’s increasing success allows us to continue serving more of our
neighbors in need, regardless of their religious affiliation.
2015 Men’s Conference
Victory of the Common Enemy: Overcoming Sin & Evil
On Saturday, March 7th, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, at Foxchase Manor,
8310 Chatsworth Drive, Manassas. Confession available at 7:00 am.
Continental breakfast at 7:45 am. Featured speakers are Rev. Larry
Richards, Founder & President of Reason for Our Hope, Mr. Neal
Lozano, Executive Director of Heart of the Father. Registrations
made through February 7th: $45; registrations February 8th March 7th: $55. Register at www.arlingtondiocese.org/men.
Continental breakfast, lunch & parking included.
Retreat for Young Adults: Claiming Your
Freedom in Christ – February 20th - 22nd
Young adults, please join us for a Young Adult Retreat led by Matt
and Jennifer Lozano, married couple and members of the Unbound
Ministry team. The ministry focus is empowering people to reclaim
their true identity in Christ as sons and daughters of the Father.
They are dedicated to equipping people throughout the world to
take hold of the freedom that they have been given in Jesus Christ.
The retreat will be held from February 20th through noon on
February 22nd at the San Damiano Spiritual Life Center located in
White Post. Online registration is now open! For more info, visit
www.arlingtondiocese.org/yamretreat or call 703-841-2550.
ORDINARY TIME
Catholic Singles of Greater Washington
Catholic Singles of Greater Washington is an organization for single
Catholics, ages 21 to 65-plus, enjoying each other’s company in a
wide variety of social, religious, and cultural settings. Please find out
more about us at http://dcsinglecatholicpro.org or call Anne at 301218-2772.
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POWER SURGE
FAITH BOOST FOR THE NEW YEAR
Young Adult Day of Encounter
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3304 Washington Blvd.
Arlington, VA
Saturday, January 31, 2015
9am Parish Mass in Chapel followed by coffee
and donuts in Gym
10am-4pm Program in the Gym, lunch included
Pre-registration - $10 until Jan 27 at 9am at
! On-site registration - $20 cash or check only
(payable to Catholic Diocese of Arlington)
become empowered to live His will with boldness in love
Talks by Brian Kissinger - Diocesan Youth Minister and Steubenville
Conference Speaker
Praise and Worship led by Perry Rihl - Diocesan Youth Minister
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30+ Years Experience Helping 20 to 80 Year Olds
Individual Attention Given To All. Ethical & Caring
SEVICE GUARANTEED FROM A FELLOW PARISH MEMBER
CALL/TEXT: BONNIE KYTE - 703-517-2322
Re/Max Gateway - bonniekyte.com
EXOTICA FLORIST
Fresh Flowers For All Occasions • Plants • Silk Flowers
Fruit and Gourmet Baskets • Chocolates and Balloons
4085 Chain Bridge Rd., Suite 101
703.778.9779
Fairfax, VA 22030
www.ExoticaFlorist.net
Parishioners receive 10% OFF any order
6050-C Burke Commons Road
(K-Mart Shopping Center)
Burke, VA 22015
www.villabellarestaurant.com
(703) 239-3580
Fax: (703) 239-3583
Julie
PREMIER DESIGNS
by
6025D Burke Centre Pkwy.
Burke, VA 22015
~ parishioner ~
Have a jewelry party, earn FREE
JEWELRY as the hostess & I’ll donate
10% of profits to the church
571.212.1264
ROBERTA KRAIS, CPA, PLLC
(703) 250-2671
Specializing in Income Tax Preparation
Mon-Fri: 10-8 • Sat: 930-6
Sun: 11-5
Landscaping • Hardscape • Snow Removal
Proudly Serving the Grounds of St. Mary of Sorrows
Unique Gifts & Home Acccessories
571-245-3522 • 571-383-7980
HOME VIDEO STUDIO® eye exams • contact lenses • laser surgery services
“Video Services for Everyone!”
VIDEO & DVD SERVICES
• Video Production
• Videotape to
DVD Transfer
• Photo Video
Keepsakes
• Home Movie & Slide Transfer
• Format Conversions
Rush Services Available
Free Pick-up & Delivery
Evening & Weekend Appointments Available
Call (703)
537-0520
4084 UNIVERSITY DRIVE • SUITE 101 • FAIRFAX, VA
Dr. Michael Caplan
Dr. Anne Meccariello
Dr. Courtney Shay
9314-A Old Keene Mill Rd., Burke
www.virginiaeyecare.com
703.569.3131
703-323-6110
10507 Braddock Road, Suite C
FAIRFAX
www.homevideostudio.com/nva
[email protected]
Commercial Rates are at an All Time Low. Contact us today to get a free analysis
to see if we can help Save you money with your monthly payments on your
commercial property. Multi-Family, Retail, Office Building, Apartment and Condos.
Can close in as little as 45 days! Four season customer service is our top priority.
Call us today 215-586-1575 or 267-251-0341
www.duqcapital.com
3900 City Avenue, Suite 107 • Philadelphia, PA 19131
700 St. Mary, Fairfax Station, VA (i)
John Patrick Publishing Company, Inc. (800) 333-3166 • www.jppc.net
533-0341
MURPHY FUNERAL HOMES
1102 W. Broad Street
Falls Church
ROBERT J. MURPHY, Founder
BARRY M. MURPHY, Senior Advisor
Mickie Shea, Associate Broker
Certified Residential Specialist
“Successfully helping parishioners Sell their homes
& Buy new homes since 1985”
703-250-8929
www.FairfaxVaHouses
[email protected]
Burke/Fairfax Station, Va
MICHAEL
J. LUKACS
®
REALTOR ~ Parishioner
St. Maryy of Sorrows Knights of Columbus
Columbu Member
LLC
$500 TO ST. MARY OF SORROWS
FROM EACH SALE OR PURCHASE
Over 20 years of experience in selling homes &
investment properties in Northern Virginia
Cell: 703-851-5888 • Home: 703-988-0258
Website: www.PointSysHomes.com
Email: [email protected]
4510 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington
CRAIG ANDERSON, ATTORNEY
Mary Kay Cosmetics
Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorney,
Guardianships, Estate & Trust Administration Help
Bernie Reinsel
703-591-7056
Call 571-282-3635 • Email: [email protected]
REORDERS
EVERYTHING IN STOCK!
THIS LAWYER MAKES “HOUSE CALLS!”
(By Appointment: Weekdays, Evenings & Saturdays)
parishioners
Proudly serving the Washington DC area
for over 17 years
2011 Best of Alexandria Award Winner
3 years running
Our services include
Medication Reminders • Food Preparation
Laundry/ Light House Keeping
Transportation To Appointments
Personal Care and Hygiene
Personal Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
Companionship
1055 N. Fairfax Street • Suite 202
Alexandria , VA 22314
703.549.7894
920-4800
Wall to Wall Carpeting • Armstrong Vinyl
Hardwood Floors • Accessories
Area Rugs • Countertops
Customer Window Treatments
Pergo• Wilsonart
Twinbrook Shopping Center
9541 Braddock Road • Fairfax, VA
703-978-2603
let us be your island of peace
www.isoladipace.com
Massage Services
Yoga & Tai Chi Classes
Childcare while you’re here
www.isoladipace.com
571.308.3396
10396 Willard Way Fairfax
(Parishioner owned & operated)
William L. Moore
Electrician
www.marykay.com/breinsel
Email: [email protected]
Plumbing, Heating
& Air Conditioning
IN YOUR HOME
OR AT YOUR BUSINESS
Call Clover Services
TO
5% OFF
PARISHIONERS
703-352-2701
www.cloverco.com
Ceiling Fans
Recessed Lighting
Service Upgrades
No Job Too Small
KLINE MEMORIALS
Quality Monuments
Since 1901
(703) 368-5013
9014 Centerville Road
Manassas
703-273-5040
HomeWork Remodeling
Improve Your Quality of Life
A CATHOLIC BOOKSTORE
QUALITY GIFTS & ART
11214 Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA
(Jermantown Square)
(703) 273-5956
ORTHODONTIST
PIANO LESSONS
BRACES & INVISALIGN
FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS
5204-B Lyngate Ct.
Burke, VA 22015
Over 20 years teaching experience.
Christine Ryktarsyk
Dr. Rodney J. Klima
703-425-5125
www.klimaortho.com
Training students to
make music for life.
(703) 978-2073
5319 Windsor Hills Dr., Fairfax, VA
[email protected]
15%
OFF
For All
Church
Members
WINDOWS – SIDING
ROOFING – DECKS
Free Estimates
Free Financing
703-803-6500
HOUSE
CLEANING
Licensed • Bonded • Insured
703-856-5391
703-856-2512
Maria Barreda, Parishioner
BRENNAN’S TREE SERVICE
703-218-8003
WWW.BRENNANSTREESERVICE.COM
Storm Damage • Pruning & Thinning • Cabling
Tree Removal • Planting • Hazard Pruning
Firewood • Deep Root Fertilization
Crane Service • Stump Removal
$10 off any Service Call. Offer expires 12.31.2014
Catie & Steve
Parishioners
“We have been blessed to assist
many of our St. Mary’s Parishioners
in reaching their Real Estate goals.
We would be honored
to assist you in reaching yours.”
703-278-9313
Portion of Commission [email protected]
returns to St. Mary’s
www.CallCatie.com
700 St. Mary, Fairfax Station, VA (b)
John Patrick Publishing Company, Inc. (800) 333-3166 • www.jppc.net