The Baptism of the Lord - January 12, 2014

Volume VII—Issue 2
The Baptism of the Lord - January 12, 2014
STAFF:
PASTOR
Fr. Bill Kenny
[email protected] (new)
DEACON
John Breeden
[email protected] (new)
SPIRITUAL DIRECTOR
Sr. Karen Crouse
[email protected]
DIRECTOR OF ELEMENTARY RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Len Urso
[email protected] (new)
DIRECTOR OF MUSIC
Debbie Hasterok
[email protected] (new)
DIRECTOR OF WORSHIP & YOUTH MINISTRY
Louie Latina
[email protected]
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
Katie Breeden
[email protected] (new)
PARISH SECRETARY
Kathy McGee
[email protected] (new)
RECEPTIONIST
Yvonne Kacvinsky
[email protected] (new)
WEEKEND MASS COORDINATOR
Tommy Roberts
MASS SCHEDULE
Weekday Masses: 7:30 AM Mon–Sat in Upper Room
Weekend Masses: Saturday, 4:00 p.m.,
Sunday, 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 12:00 noon, 5:00 p.m.
(All Weekend Masses held at Bishop Gorman High School)
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — Isaiah speaks of the Servant whom the
LORD upholds; he shall bring forth justice to the nations
(Isaiah 42:1-4, 6-7).
Psalm — The Lord will bless his people with peace (Psalm
29).
Second Reading — Jesus was anointed by God with the
Holy Spirit; he went out healing and doing good
(Acts 10:34-38).
Gospel — A voice comes from heaven proclaiming Jesus as
the beloved Son, with whom God is well pleased (Matthew
3:13-17).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997,
International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
OFFICE HOURS
Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.—4:00
Closed for lunch 12:00—1:00 p.m.;
Friday 8:00 a.m.-12 Noon p.m.
CALLED TO SERVE
The status of God’s beloved Son is not one he clings
to. It is one he shares. All of us are called to be sons and
daughters of God. In Jesus, we can all claim God’s favor.
The second reading makes this clear. Here we read of the
baptism of Cornelius and his household. Peter’s speech
recalls the anointing of Jesus by the Holy Spirit and the
great power that swept through Israel and onto the
doorstep of the Gentile Cornelius.
As for his household, so for us. There is an end to
our work on earth, to our baptismal vocation and the
honorable work we do. But there is no end to the saving
life given to us through baptism. There is no end to the
life of the children of God; there is no end to God’s
compassion, which we know in Christ Jesus. There is no
end to our status as chosen and beloved people of God.
Because of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection, we are
forever among those on whom God’s favor rests.
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SACRAMENTS AT HOLY SPIRIT
Baptisms: For children 6 and under: Call the office, 459-7778 to
schedule attendance at a baptism class. Baptisms classes are held on
the 2ND MONDAY of each month at 7:00 PM in the parish office
trailer (located behind Gorman next to the tennis courts). All
baptisms at Holy Spirit take place during regular weekend liturgies.
For children over 6: Contact Len Urso, Director of Religious
Education, for info on a special program for older unbaptized
children.
Confirmation: For information about the Confirmation Program
contact Louie Latina, 459-7778, Ext. 106
Adult Baptism, Confirmation & First Communion: Call the parish
office (459-7778).
Contact List
Volunteer Coordinators
RCIA:
Deacon John Breeden
[email protected]
Weddings: Michelle Fulkerson, Director of Marriage
Preparation—[email protected]
Social Events:
Bill Wypyski
[email protected]
Carmen Bernasconi
[email protected]
Knights of Columbus:
Phil Isakoff - 686-4056
Liturgical Ministry Coordinators
Lectors:
Eucharistic Ministers:
Bread Bakers:
Holly Shore, 210-4693
Veda Candeloro, 505-4629
Peg Scillia, 242-2966 or e-mail:
[email protected]
Hospitality/Greeters:
Call the office, 459-7778
Altar Linens:
Rose Stasiak, Jasmin Ortega,
Christina The, & Tammy Kastrup
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer in any of the above ministries, please give the coordinator a call. For Hospitality/Greeters,
1st Communion: Child must be registered in Religious Education at
Holy Spirit. Registration packets are available in the office or at
Mass. First Communion is a two-year program, beginning as early as
call the office: HLY-SPRT (459-7778).
first grade.
Marriage: We now offer our own Marriage Prep Program at Holy
Spirit; however, no weddings can be held at Holy Spirit until our
church is built. The chapel at BGHS cannot be used for any
weddings at all -- by decision of Bishop Pepe. Fr. Bill’s preference
is that the wedding ceremony be held at Christ the King. Please call
Michelle Fulkerson, Director of Marriage Preparation, at 702-7672591 or e-mail: [email protected], to register for the
class or for more information.
Anointing of the Sick: Please call the office (459-7778) to schedule
the reception of this sacrament.
Ministers of Care (Hospital, Care Center, Homebound): If you or a
loved one are in a facility or homebound and would like a
communion visit, call Jeanette Lombardo at 882-8750 or e-mail
[email protected]
Reconciliation/Confession: Call the office (459-7778 Ext. 105) to
make an appointment with Fr. Bill.
Please pray for our men and women in the military who are
serving in combat zones, especially those names listed
here, who are loved ones of our own parishioners. To add a
name to this list, phone 459-7778 or e-mail
[email protected]
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PFC Maxxwell Nolan Baker, US Army, Iraq
Staff Sgt. John D. Daniel, Afghanistan
Pvt. Richard Hecht (Recovering in Maryland-Deploying to
Afghanistan soon)
Col. Liana L. Bratland, US Army, Afghanistan
SFC David A. Lang, Afghanistan
Staff Sgt. Alan Rydman, Afghanistan
SFC Joshua Santos, Afghanistan
1st Lt. T. Nicholas Hallman, Afghanistan
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If you are a family member of someone who is
seriously ill and you have the sick person’s permission, you may request their name be put on our
prayer list. You may also place your own name on
the prayer list. You may phone 459-7778 or e-mail the names to
Emilia Aguilar
Margaret Hoiby
Pat & Jack Robitaille
Andrew P. Iannotti, Jr.
Sandra Arguello
Tracy Smith
Larry Jones
Belk-Hart Family
Rose Stasiak
James Kalafus
Jan Bergantino
Amparo Superiaso
Sage Kong Kee
Alex Cabiara
Walter Szymanski
Jon Paul Kennedy
Danilo R. Calilp
Edgardo Talplacido
Earl Kerr
Mary Carpenter
Erlindo Talplacido
Catherine Sun Ja Kim
Remedios Castelo
Karen Tripodi
Marie King
Marilyn Cerven
Brigette Troxel
Kathleen Kornblum
Dan Chasse
Pam Truax
Chris Leferink
Luis Chi
Priscilla Tubio
Joseph Leslie
Sweden K. Chua
Lourdes Villages
Marianne Liu
Elizabeth Cieslak
Joseph Villanueva
Donnabelle Logan
Jaime Cruz
Shelly Watson
Lopez Family
Tony & Lilian Daiz
Kevin Williamson
Robert Lucero
Anne Data
Dianne Wolf
Blake Lyons
Peggy Deboise
Charlotte YoungBeatriz Marapao
Bernardina de la Peña
Moore
Rachelle Muniga
Christian Fabbri
Arturo Yñigo
Lucy Novelo
Carolina Flores
Danette Young
Vicente Ong
Encarnacion Flores
Nora Yupangco
Pam Perrella
Antoinette Garcia
Borromeo Talplacido
Renato Grajo
Rona Pankey
Linda Heekin
Kitty Kenny Pollard
Paul Henry
Elvin Punzalan
Lydia Herrera
RCIA – An Affair
of the Heart
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is
the process which prepares persons for
reception into the Catholic Church. The
process begins with Inquiring about the
Catholic Faith. Contact Deacon John
Breeden – Phone: 702-459-7778 ext. 108 or
e-mail [email protected] for information
about RCIA Inquiry sessions and events.
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THE WEEK AHEAD
MONDAY, JANUARY 13
7:30 AM
Morning Mass Upper Room
6:30 PM
Non-Catholic Inquiry Office Conf. Room
7:00 PM
Baptism Preparation Class Upper Room
TUESDAY, JANUARY 14
7:30 AM
Morning Mass Upper Room
6:30 PM
Liturgy Team
7:00 PM
Catholicism: It’s Your Story Upper Room
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15
7:30 AM
Morning Mass Upper Room
5:15 PM
Edge Night Upper Room
5:30 PM
Religious Ed K-5 BGHS
7:15 PM
Music Rehearsal Office Conf. Room
THURSDAY, JANUARY 16
7:30 AM
Morning Mass Upper Room
8:15 AM
Catholicism: It’s Your Story Upper Room
FRIDAY, JANUARY 17
7:30 AM
Morning Mass Upper Room
SATURDAY, JANUARY 18
7:30 AM
Morning Mass Upper Room
4:00 PM
Mass - Fr. Bill Kenny
SUNDAY, JANUARY 19
8:00 AM Mass - Fr. Bill Kenny
10:00 AM Mass - Fr. Bill Kenny
12:00 PM
Mass - Fr. Bill Kenny
5:00 PM
Mass - Fr. Bill Kenny
CATHOLICISM: It’s Your Story…10
Week DVD and discussion series –
led by your Holy Spirit staff.
Learn what Catholics believe and why.
Discover the full meaning of the faith.
Come join us on Tues evening, 14 Jan from 7:00-8:30
p.m. (facilitator = Deacon John) or on Thurs morning,
16 Jan from 8:15-9:45 a.m. (facilitator = Fr. Bill)
This week’s journey with Father Robert Barron is
“AMAZED AND AFRAID: THE REVELATION OF
GOD BECOME MAN”
Come early on Thursday and begin the morning
session by attending daily Mass at 7:30.
This is an encore presentation of the Catholicism
Series presented last year.
Parking is available for TUESDAY nights in the tennis
court parking lot next to our trailers.
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READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Sunday, January 12 - The Baptism of the Lord
Isaiah 42:1-4, 6-7; Ps 29:1-4, 3, 9-10; Acts 10:34-38;
Matthew 3:13-17
Monday, January 13 - St. Hilary
1 Samuel 1:1-8; Ps 116:12-19; Mark 1:14‑20
Tuesday, January 14
1 Samuel 1:9-20; 1 Samuel 2:1, 4-8abcd; Mark 1:21‑28
Wednesday, January 15
1 Samuel 3:1-10, 19-20; Ps 40:2, 5, 7-10; Mark 1:29‑39
Thursday, January 16
1 Samuel 4:1-11; Ps 44:10-11, 14-15, 24-25; Mark 1:40‑45
Friday, January 17 - St. Anthony
1 Samuel 8:4-7, 10-22a; Ps 89:16-19; Mark 2:1‑12
Saturday, January 18
1 Samuel 9:1-4, 17-19; 10:1a; Ps 21:2-7; Mark 2:13‑17
Sunday, January 19 - 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Isaiah 49:3, 5-6; Ps 40:2, 4, 7-10; 1 Corinthians 1:1-3;
John 1:29-34
Employment Opportunities at
St. Bridget Catholic Church
•
Full time Parish Secretary/Office Manager. The position entails
providing secretarial and related office services for the parish as well
as other tasks as requested by the pastor. Other responsibilities
include bulletin editor, phones, scheduling Baptisms and
Quinceanera and others. Must be fluent in English and Spanish,
computer literate in Microsoft Word and Publisher, organizational
skills, strong knowledge and commitment to all aspects of
Catholicism and the traditions of the Catholic Church, and personal
maturity and ability to handle issues with discretion/confidentiality.
• Parish Business/Financial Manager. The position entails
administration and the oversight of the finances, and facilities of the
parish. The person would be a steward of the physical and financial
resources of the parish. Must be fluent in English and Spanish, have
excellent management and supervisory skills, very good knowledge
and significant experience in budgeting/financial systems and
facilities/property management; knowledge of laws and practices
related to human resources management; strong knowledge and
commitment to all aspects of Catholicism and the traditions of the
Catholic Church, and personal maturity and ability to handle issues
with discretion/confidentiality. Work experience including a
minimum of 3-5 years of successful human and financial resource
management is an added advantage. This position is full-time but we
can be flexible.
If you are interested in either of these positions, submit resume with
cover letter to Fr. Paul Oye, O.P. at [email protected] or
call 384-3382.
In Loving Memory…
Additional donations for Christmas decorations
were made in memory of the following:
Elizabeth & Faith Bodenstine
Garry & Rae Van Helden
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2014
So……….that was a very
unique beginning to a New Year: a
heart attack! After feeling some
awful pain in my upper left chest
area, I went to San Martin Hospital
on January 1 about 10:00 p.m. Of
course, extensive tests were done and
it was decided that I needed an
angiogram to determine exactly what
damage might have been done to the
heart; when the angiogram showed a 90% blockage to one of
the left arteries, angioplasty followed with a stent put in
place. I was released on Saturday, January 4, took a couple
of days rest and returned to work on Tuesday, January 7. I
will go see my own cardiologist on Monday, January 13 to
see what follow-up is recommended. I am grateful to God
for such amazing procedures as angiogram and angioplasty
and for such a quick recovery! And, I cannot begin to
express adequately how thankful I am to so many of you
who inundated me with prayers, e-mails, text messages, get
well cards, gifts, flowers, hospital and home visits, phone
messages and calls. I am truly blessed. I feel very good,
renewed energy and better “color” -- so say many who have
seen me this past week. I promise that I will do what my
doctors tell me to do -- regarding diet, exercise and other
“after care”. We’ve got lots of things to do together this
year!
Next week at the 10:00 a.m. Mass on Sunday,
January 19, about 100 attendees to the Pastoral Week for
the National Catholic Office for the Deaf (NCOD) will be at
Mass. Bishop Joseph Pepe will be one of the presiders as
well as myself and other priests and deacons (some of whom
will be deaf). Since we are the only parish in the Diocese
which offers Mass in American Sign Language (ASL) we
were asked to host this Sunday liturgy during their stay here
in Las Vegas. There will be a breakfast reception afterwards
for those attendees. For more info, you can go to
www.ncod.org/pastoralweek2014.
With the New Year, there are several new things
happening:
1) Actually, this is not totally “new” but a return of
the very popular DVD series of “Catholicism” (see more
info on page 3). This is for anyone and everyone who wants
to learn more about our Catholic faith. There are two
sessions a week: Tuesday night or Thursday morning (the
Thursday morning session is a repeat of the Tuesday night
session -- but sometimes a different facilitator).
2) A continuation of “Guess Who’s Coming to
Dinner?” -- when you invite ME to your home; and now
“What are You Bringing for Dinner?” -- when you come
to my home (really the Parish Rectory owned by Holy Spirit
-- so it’s the “People’s Home”); I can accommodate about 8
(or less) in the house. You bring the food and I will provide
the drinks and dishware. Call Kathy at 702-HLY-SPRT (459
-7778) to make a reservation for either type of social.
Have a good week!
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PARISH FINANCIAL REPORT
Weekend Budgeted Income for 2013/2014
$12,900.00
Collection of Dec. 21/22:
Online contributions week of Dec. 21/22
TOTAL:
$11,331.00
1,212.00
$ 12,543.00
Collection of Dec. 28/29:
Online contributions week of Dec. 28/29
TOTAL:
$10,921.50
2,375.00
$13,296.50
Collection of Jan. 4/5:
Online contributions week of Jan. 4/5
TOTAL:
$16,970.42
2,567.20
$19,537.62
CHRISTMAS COLLECTION:
Online contributions for Christmas:
TOTAL:
$36,428.42
295.00
$36,723.42
Thank you for your continued generosity to Holy Spirit!
Religious Ed Program for
Grades K-5
Class Schedule K-5th - Jan-April 2013
Wednesdays, 5:30 PM @ Gorman H.S.
January 15
CLASS
January 22
CLASS
January 29
CLASS
February 5
CLASS
February 12
CLASS
February 19
CLASS
February 26
CLASS
March 5
NO CLASS (Ash Wednesday)
March 12
CLASS
March 19
CLASS
March 26
NO CLASS (Parish Reconciliation)
April 2
LAST CLASS
1st Communion (Sacramental Prep)
Schedule
Sundays 10:00 AM Mass—11:30 AM
January 12, 2014
January 26, 2014
February 9, 2014
February 23, 2014
March 9, 2014
March 23, 2014
April 6, 2014 (Last Class)
Blog:
holyspiritreligiouseducation.blogspot.com
Email: [email protected]
Parents: Have you scheduled your child’s First
Communion? Call the office asap!
The Baptism of the Lord - January 12, 2014
21st Annual Lights for Life
Pro-Life Prayer Vigil
We congratulate the following children who were
baptized recently at Holy Spirit:
December 21, 2013
KIANA KIM HILDEBRANDT
child of Myeons and Jeffrey
December 22, 2013
NIA I. COX
child of Nicole
DYLAN SKYLER POLICARPIO PELAEZ
child of Mary Ann and John
HUNTER GRACE HELMI
child of Jennifer & Nader
December 28, 2013
BRAYDEN HUNTER ZAHN
child of Angela & Vincent
BROOKS HARLEN ZAHN
child of Angela & Vincent
JAYDEN JOSE YATES LEONGUERRERO
child of Ashley & Joshua
December 29, 2013
LIAM JOSHUA POTOCZNY
child of Denisse & Marcin
January 4, 2014
REAGAN AMÉLIE MORENO
child of Roxanne & Luis
ROSALEE KATHERINE VECE
child of Elizabeth & Martin
Lights for Life is an annual interdenominational pro-life event
held at the federal courthouse marking the tragic 1973 U.S.
Supreme Court decision of Roe v. Wade with prayer,
testimonials and songs of praise. Lights for Life is not a rally,
but a time for deep reflection and contemplation of the over 50
million pre-born children who have been legally aborted in this
country.
Come stand in solidarity with the America’s Pro-Life
faithful this important weekend as they gather from
Washington D.C (March for Life) to San Francisco (Walk for
Life) to take a stand for LIFE!
WHAT: 21ST Annual Lights for Life Pro-Life Prayer Vigil
WHEN: Sunday, January 19, 2014, 3:00 p.m.
WHERE: Lloyd George U.S. Courthouse (333 Las Vegas
Blvd. at Bridger)
Prior to the vigil, Fr. Dave Casaleggio will celebrate a 12:00
p.m. Pro-Life Mass at St. Anne’s Catholic Church at 1901 S.
Maryland Pkwy, LV (St. Louis).
This event is organized by the Pro-Life ministry of CFCFFL
(Couples for Christ Foundation for Family and Life), Las
Vegas, Nevada, and sponsored by the Diocesan Pro-Life
Office. For more information call 212-6472.
Funerals at Holy Spirit
Catholic Funeral Mass Planning
and Coordination Our faith reminds us of the sure and certain hope
that our loved one who died in Christ will rise with
him on the last day. A compassionate and nonjudgmental funeral coordinator will guide you in
planning a beautiful funeral liturgy for your
deceased loved one. You will be assisted in choosing
Scripture readings and hymns that express our
Christian hope in Christ’s saving death and
resurrection.
Contact: Patti Fitzpatrick 702-459-7778
In Memoriam…
Maria Susan Magat Salazar, an
active member of our parish since
2011, passed away on December 17,
2013. Susan served as a Eucharistic
Minister. She is survived by her
husband Fred and daughter Genel, as well as a large
extended family. Please keep her family in prayer.
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Fr. Bill would like to communicate with
You on a regular basis!
Do we have your E-mail address? If not, please call
us at 459-7778 or E-mail us at:
[email protected]
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The UPPER ROOM
Confirmation
February 16th: Confirmation Reflection Day
12:00—4:45pm. Sacramental Year (Year 2) only.
Meet in the Upper Room. Lunch Provided. Attend
the 5pm Mass at the conclusion of the session.
Sunday Nights 6:30pm-8:00pm
in the Holy Spirit Upper Room Trailer
The Upper Room is open to all High School
Students grades 9-12. ALL students are invited
March 9th: Formation #3: “Support System”—
Candidate/Sponsor Session
2:30—4:30pm. Formation Year (Year 1) candidates
and their sponsors only. Attend the 5pm Mass at
the conclusion of the session.
January 12th: Upper Room—”Word of Mouth:
Origins of the Bible
March 9th: Rite of Covenant—5pm Mass
For all Sacramental Year (Year 2) Candidates, their
sponsors, and their families. Rite will take place at
5:00pm Mass.
January 26th: Upper Room—”Vacation Bible School:
Pentateuch”
Contact Louie Latina for information in regards to our
Confirmation and Youth Ministry Program
[email protected] (702) 459-7778 Ext. 106
Blog Site: http://upperroomlv.blogspot.com
Louie Latina
Director of Youth Ministry
Grades 6-12
(702) 459-7778 ext. 106
[email protected]
January 19th: Upper Room—”The Family Bible:
Catholics and the Bible”
February 2nd: No Upper Room— Super Bowl Sunday
February 9th: Upper Room—”Divine Music: The
Psalms”
February 16th: No regular Upper Room Session—See
Confirmation Schedule to the left.
Upcoming EDGE Nights:
“Encounter” Sessions Part 2:
January 15th: Edge Night—Encounter #6: “Exile Return: Maccabean Revolt”
January 22nd: Edge Night—Encounter #7: “Messianic Fulfillment”
January 22nd: Edge Night—Encounter #8: “The Church”
“Church Semester”:
February 5th: Edge Night—”Destination Heaven: Christ Established the Church”
February 12th: Edge Night—”Building Blocks: Hierarchy & Magisterium”
February 19th: Edge Night—”Suit Up: Vocations in the Church”
February 26th: Edge Night—”Hurry Up and Wait: A Single Persons Vocation”
March 5th: No Edge Night—Ash Wednesday. All families attend the 5:00pm or
7:00pm Mass at Gorman.
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2014
JANUARY 2014
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
1 7:30am BK
Office
Closed
Thu
Fri
2 7:30am BK
3 7:30am BK
Office
Closed
Office
Closed
Sat
4 7:30am BK
4:00 BK
5
6 7:30am LC
8:00
10:00
12:00
5:00
BK
BK
BK
BK
Upper Room
6:30pm
7 7:30am BK
8 7:30am BK
9 7:30am BK
107:30am BK
Prayer Shawl
Ministry 10am
Want to Become
a Catholic or
Return? 7pm
Upper Room
Grief Support
Group
Edge Night 5:15pm
Religious Ed K-5
5:30pm
Core Team 7pm
Want to Become
a Catholic or
Return? 9:00am
Upper Room
MOMS 6:30pm
Ministers of Care
7pm
4:00 BK
Music Reh 7:15pm
12
8:00
10:00
12:00
5:00
13 7:30am LC
BK
BK
BK
BK
Upper Room
6:30pm
19
8:00
10:00
12:00
5:00
BK
BK
JP*
BK
*Mass for the
Deaf-Bishop
Pepe presiding
14 7:30am BK
15 7:30am BK
16 7:30am BK
Liturgy Team
Meeting 6:30pm
Edge Night 5:15pm
Catholicism
Series 8:15am
Baptism
Preparation Class
7:00pm
Catholicism
Series 7:00pm
Music Reh 7:15pm
20 7:30am LC
21 7:30am LC
22 7:30am LC
23 7:30am BK
OFFICE
CLOSED
Grief Support
Group
Prayer Shawl
Ministry 10am
Catholicism
Series 8:15am
Non-Catholic
Inquiry 6:30pm
Martin Luther
King, Jr. Day
Upper Room
6:30pm
26
8:00
10:00
12:00
5:00
27 7:30am LC
BK
BK
BK
VP
Upper Room
6:30pm
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Non-Catholic
Inquiry 6:30pm
Catholicism
Series
7:00pm
28 7:30am LC
Catholicism
Series 7:00pm
Religious Ed K-5
5:30pm
11 7:30am BK
17 7:30am BK
18 7:30am BK
4:00 BK
Edge Night 5:15pm
Religious Ed K-5
5:30pm
Music Reh 7:15pm
MOMS
6:30pmMOMS
6:30pm
29 7:30am LC
30 7:30am BK
Edge Night 5:15pm
Catholicism
Series 8:15am
Religious Ed K-5
5:30pm
Music Reh 7:15pm
24 7:30am BK
25 7:30am BK
4:00 BK
317:30am BK