book here

Sacred Heart Parish
● Corner of Lewis Road & Walnut Street ● P.O. Box 64 ● Royersford, PA ● 610-948-5915 ●
●
Fax 610-948-0573 ● Website: http://www.sacredheartroyersford.org ●
FEBRUARY 15, 2015
R. Alleluia, alleluia.
A great prophet has arisen in our midst,
God has visited his people.
PASTOR
Reverend Peter J. DiMaria
[email protected]
WEEKEND ASSISTANT
Reverend Frank Giuffre
DIRECTOR OF LITURGY
AND SACRED MUSIC
Sister Marganne Drago, SSJ
[email protected]
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Dear Friends in Christ,
HOLY CROSS REGIONAL
CATHOLIC SCHOOL
In a few days time Lent will begin. With it comes the opportunity to enter more
deeply into the life of grace offered to us by the Lord. Will lent be different for us
this year or will we go about our daily lives in the same fashion? Bishop Sheen
used to say: “There are no plains in the spiritual life. Either we are ascending or
descending.” To continually ascend is to never grow tired of battling ourselves
and opening ourselves to others in transformative love.
Mrs. Patricia Fauls
Mrs. Theresa Healy, Principal
[email protected]
holycrossregionalschool.org
610-489-9434, ext. 2225
EUCHARISTIC
ADORATION
Come adore our Eucharistic
Lord in the Little Flower
Perpetual Adoration Chapel
which is attached to the
Rectory. The Chapel is
available for prayer at all
times day and night.
THE HOLY SACRIFICE
OF THE MASS
Saturday Anticipated Mass:
4:15 PM
Sunday: 8:00, 9:30,
11:15 AM
Weekdays
Monday - Thursday: 8:00
AM
Holy Days
Consult Bulletin for Schedule
SACRAMENT OF PENANCE
Saturday: 3:00 - 3:45 PM
Tuesday & Thursday:
7:30 - 7:50 AM
Wednesday: 6:30 - 7:15 PM
We “do” in order to “become.” Therefore, allow me to suggest that the traditional
Lenten disciplines of fasting, almsgiving and prayer enable us to “become” more
authentic followers of Christ. For the last few weeks we’ve advertised the special
Dynamic Catholic daily email Lenten program. Have you signed up for it? If you
are a senior citizen, think about making daily Mass a regular part of your Lenten
program. If you work perhaps a local Catholic Church will have a Mass you can
attend during your lunch hour? Each Wednesday evening of Lent there will be
Stations of the Cross and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. I am especially
excited about the “Shroud Encounter” which will be coming to our parish on
Monday, March 16th in the parish gym. Look for more details. Finally, I cannot
recommend enough the small groups which we are once again introducing. Great
things happen in small groups: wonderful friendships are formed and the Church
is experienced at her best.
May your lent be blessed!
Father DiMaria
REMEMBER THAT YOU ARE DUST by Father Allan James White, O.P.
Recently in England, Ash Wednesday was declared “National No Smoking Day.” Giving up
smoking is about penance and self-denial and something to do with ash, therefore Ash Wednesday seems
an obvious day to choose. “Give up smoking and save your life. When people give things up, when they
diet or go on an exercise plan, it can be because they want to feel better. They want to fashion a different
self-image. At the end of the process they can say “this is the new men. Look what I have made.” We
gain a certain satisfaction in self-mastery, but Christian self-denial is not about that. The Gospels warn us
against pride and the piety of achievement. We are not our own creations.
During Lent, Catholics deliberately cast a cold eye on death, reminding themselves that all of this
beauty will pass. It will come to an end, unravel, fragment, and disintegrate into dust. When we daub
ourselves with ashes we state that this is what we are without God, dust, like Adam before he was Adam.
Renewing our sense of who we really are before God is the core of the Lenten experience. In earlier
centuries, Lent was seen as time to consider judgment and to realize in intense penitence how our sins
brought Christ to the cross. Its character as a pilgrimage of return to the baptismal font was obscured.
Self-denial was seen as an essential component in the fashioning of the new penitent “me”; one who is worthy of heaven.
Christian self-denial has to do with growing into a new “me,” but on this journey I do not become
other than what I am but I become entirely what I am, which is what I made on the day of my baptism
when I was forged into a new creation. What is the new “me” in Christian terms? How do I grow into it?
The possibility of the new humanity is offered to me in Christ who is the true face of humanity. As I am
drawn into communion with him and grow into his image I am becoming truly human. This is not a
process of acquisition but of dispossession. When I give things up, I am stripping myself of the little
self-protective certainties that hide me from myself and interrupt my life with others. In giving things up I
am not showing how strong I am, but where my true strength lies - in the God who made me, shaped me,
and who holds me in the palm of his hand.
Self-denial in our society is a revolutionary and subversive gesture. In our world we are encouraged
to define ourselves in terms of possession, what we have and what we can get. Our desires are vulgarized
and exploited, drawing us to a phantom fulfillment. Temptations waft before us, we are told we can be
what we want to be, but only if we possess this, have that, take the other. When we deny ourselves we are
not giving up essentials; we are saying, “These trivial things on which I am so dependent are not myself.
They are less than I.” In giving things up we make space for the one thing necessary, and what is that but
God? Self-denial is not about achievement; it is about charity, love. That love of God who delivered
himself into the hands of sinful men and women and kindled our ashes into the fire of the Holy Spirit. Our
life is not a process of getting but of surrendering, and only in that way can we receive the gift which is
beyond all price. At the heart of our life is the possibility of beginning again. In eeach new beginning we
find the changeless, faithful fire of divine love.
BECOMING WHAT WE ARE
Our word “Lent” derives from a Germanic word meaning “springtime.” As the earth comes to life
again after its long winter sleep, so Christ bursts from the tomb radiating the promise of eternal life. He
reveals what we are called to be. During Lent we clear the debris of our lives in order to allow the mercy
of God to fall upon them. Christ hallows the dust of our humanity with his own blood. What I am to be is
presented in the wounded body of the glorified Christ. Lent begins with ashes and ends with the fire, the
Pascal fire of the Resurrection - the assurance of what we shall be.
Page 1 - 013 Sacred Heart Parish
LET US TURN TO THE FATHER AND ASK HIM FOR THE
HEALING AND STRENGTH WE NEED THIS LENT:
That this season of Lent will be a time of greater prayer and fervent devotion for
us and for all the Church.
That these days of Lent will be marked by earnest efforts at peacemaking throughout the world.
That we will be generous in our almsgiving this Lent, and attentive to the poor.
That God will repair all the broken relationships in our life and make us merciful, gentle and forgiving.
That this Lent will be faithful to fasting and to all the ways that the Lord sanctifies us.
That God will rescue all those who live at a distance from him because of self-absorption or sin.
Loving Father, bless our observance of Lent so that we will live as your holy children.
Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
Lenten Regulations 2015 - Weekdays of Lent:
ASH WEDNESDAY,
FEBRUARY 18
Ashes will be distributed at
 Holy Mass - 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.
 Liturgy of the Word - 4 p.m.
No Confessions on the evening of
Ash Wednesday.
STATIONS OF THE CROSS &
BENEDICTION
Will be held each Wednesday of Lent
at 7:30 p.m beginning on February 25.
DAILY MASS
Monday through Friday at 8:00 AM
(There will be Mass every Friday during Lent
beginning February 20 at 8 a.m.)
All the faithful are encouraged, when possible, to
participate at Mass and to receive the Holy Eucharist daily, to celebrate frequently the
Sacrament of Penance, to undertake spiritual
reading, especially the study of the Sacred
Scriptures, and to participate in parish Lenten
devotions as well as Lenten education programs.
There is no obligation to fast. However, voluntary acts of
self-denial are recommended.
Ash Wednesday and Good Friday: These are days of
Fast and Abstinence from meat. There is a limit of one full
meal on these days for all between the ages of 18 and 59
inclusive.
Days of Abstinence:
(All Fridays in Lent)
All who have reached
their 14th year are bound
to abstain totally from meat.
East Duty Obligation:
After they have received
their First Holy Communion,
Catholics are bound by the
obligation of receiving Holy
Communion at least once a
year. This precept should
be fulfilled during the Easter
Season. Catholics are also bound to confess serious (mortal)
sins at least once a year, but this is not limited to the Lenten/
Easter Season.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is
especially recommended during Lent.
Page 2 - 013 Sacred Heart Parish
SAVE THE DATE - MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2015 –7 PM - “SHROUD ENCOUNTER”
“SHROUD ENCOUNTER” will be coming to Sacred Heart on Monday, March 16 at 7 PM and presented by Russ
Breault, internal expert on this subject.
Shroud Encounter is a production of the Shroud of Turin Education Project, Inc. The presentation is a fast moving,
big-screen experience using over 200 images covering all aspects of Shroud research.
Mr. Breault has been featured in several national documentaries seen on CBS, History Channel and Discovery. He
was interviewed last year for Good Morning America to discuss the latest research.
A free will offering will be accepted. Seating will be available in our gymnasium.
The Media Ministry of Sacred Heart was
formed to increase our Church’s web, media and social
media presence and to increase marketing of Church
events. We also handle the audio and video needs for
the Church. Recently, we released on youtube our first in
a series of videos called, “Sharing our Faith.” We design
and create signs and logos for Sacred Heart. With many
varied talents in our group, we are looking to make Sacred Heart Church and all it has to offer, known to our
Parishioners and our community via the efforts of this
Ministry. Our group and our needs have grown since we
formed less than a year ago, so we are in need of new
members to join our team. This is an exciting volunteer
opportunity and a chance to share your talents for our
Church. We specifically are looking for people with
marketing, web or design experience and are also in need
of people who would like to be involved with new social
media such as Snapchat, Spotify, Instagram and much
more. (Teenagers welcome!) To find our more information or to volunteer, email [email protected] or call the church
office at 610-948-5915.
www.sacredheartroyersford.org
The Sacred Heart CYO Varsity Girls Team
NEXT WEEKEND,
FEBRUARY 21/22
(7th and 8th graders of the parish) won the District 18
championship vs
Blessed Teresa CYO
of Schwenksville, on
Saturday night. Score
47-35.
An opportunity for parishioners to once again
sign up for a FREE 8” x 10” FAMILY
PORTRAIT and A PARISH DIRECTORY.
UNABLE TO SIGN UP THIS WEEKEND?
YOU MAY REGISTER ON LINE at
www.sacredheartroyersford.org
Page 3 - 013 Sacred Heart Parish
The girls are amazing
and now excitedly
move on to the
Archdiocesan
tournament.
MISSION TRIP 2015: We have twenty missionaries signed up for our June trip to
assist the poor of Appalachia! Only four slots remain. If you are on the fence, jump in
ASAP!!! Contact the Mission Team at [email protected] or flag down
Gretchen Brosius, Diane Brunner, George Miller, or Bob Zeller. Visit the SH web site for
info form and FAQ. Donate in the collection (mark it "Mission 2015"). And pray, pray,
PRAY!!!
THE KING'S MEN: Lent is a great time to join, or come back to, The
Kings Men. Our Lenten resource is "St. Paul and the Power of the Cross"
by Ft. Mitch Pacwa. Men 18+, come grow in the Catholic faith with us
each Wednesday 7:10 to 9 pm in Meeting Room A on 2nd floor of Fr.
Sheehan Hall (connects the gym and the school). Contact us at
[email protected] or call 610-310-5646.
03.07.2015 - A MEN’S SPIRITUALITY CONFERENCE
This year Man Up Philly will be holding the 7th annual Men’s Spirituality Conference in
Philadelphia. We encourage all men to join us for an inspiring time of faith and sharing.
Experience our area’s largest Men’s Spirituality conference first-hand and join others who
are ready to Man-Up, by living their true calling.
When: Saturday, March 7 - Where: St. Joseph’s University Hagan Arena—2450 N. 54th St. Philadelphia
Registration: Order your tickets Online at www.ManUpPhilly.com/Registration.
Speakers: This year’s lineup features:
 Dr. Scott Hahn -Author of “Rome Sweet Home” (www.scotthahn.com)
 Devin Schadt - The glory, necessity, and power of fatherhood (www.josephswaybook.com)
 Gus Lloyd - Host of “Seize the Day” on Sirius XM’s The Catholic Channel (www.guslloyd.com)
 Marie Joseph - Executive Director of Legacy of Life Foundation, a pro life non-profit organization and Author
of “Faith on Fire” (www.FiredUPCatholics.com)
As Catholic men of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, we strive to make Jesus Christ present in our lives.
Called together, we seek God’s grace to strengthen one another and grow in commitment to our Catholic
faith. Equipped as witnesses of the Gospel, we serve our families and the Church. “Please note our special
Student rate of $25 for middle school, high school, and university students” Financial support is available. Sign up
soon to receive the early bird discount. For more info please contact Bob Zeller at [email protected] .
Anyone student in grades k-8 interested in signing up for SH CYO track and
field can register in the cafe after 9:30 or 11:15 Mass on 2/15 or 2/22. Any
questions? Contact Gretchen @ 610-792-0554
CYO BASEBALL REGISTRATION THIS WEEKEND:
2/15 - Parish Café - Time: After 9:30 and 11:15 Mass - Questions: please email Chris
Haffey at [email protected]
Knights of Columbus Council 1374 is accepting orders for Easter Candy.
Go to http://www.gertrudehawkchocolates.com/index.cfm?act=programs and enter the participant no.
711199-001 to access our group’s site. Thank you for your support. Delivery approx. 2 weeks before Easter or mailed to your home.
Page 4 - 013 Sacred Heart Parish
Voice of Therese, The Little Flower
God is admirable, but He is, above all,
lovable. Let us, then, love Him!
STEWARDSHIP IS A WAY OF LIFE
GOD’S PLAN FOR GIVING
Contributions: 02/8/2015 $ 11,779.00
Electronic - Month of January: $ 16,998.26
(Requests for end of year contribution statements are being taken by contacting [email protected] or
Valerie at 610-948-5915 Ext. 121.)
Praying For the Sick and Those That Need Our Prayers
Peggy Haitz, Joseph Iannccone, Kevin Schurr, Audrey Grainer,
Caroline Cummings, Mary Colicino, Gloria Goodrich, Danny
Boyle, John Jeffers, Christine Jeffers, Josephine Martinez, Jim
Wineburg, Hank Edleman, Sr., Donna Willoughby, David Hritz
BABYSITTING DURING 9:30 AND 11:15 am
WEEKEND MASSES
Children ages 6 weeks to 4 years of age are accepted. Children
around age five are encouraged to begin going to Mass with their
parents. For additional info please contact
Miss May at 484-535-0470.
WOMEN OF SACRED HEART!! (All Ages-High School +)
Weekend Retreat - March 6, 5 pm to March 8, 12 pm
Malvern Retreat House Family Life Center led by Fr. Charles
Smiech. More info and reservations - Sunny Dougherty @ 484744-3920 or [email protected]
Meals for St Mary's Shelter - Our parish will
provide meals for the shelter Monday, February 23
through Friday, February 27 . Please plan on feeding
15-20 people. You can provide the complete meal or a
portion (salad, dessert, etc). Help is greatly appreciated.
Please call Susan Bowes if you can help 610-715-5412.
Thinking about your next
Fun Adventure?
Think VBS!
Summer Vacation is only 5
months away! Sacred Heart VBS
will be in town from June 29 to
July 3, 2015!
Registration is in APRIL! DON'T MISS OUT ON THE
FUN! ( limited availability)
THE HOLY SACRIFICE OF THE MASS
Monday
February 16, 2015
8:00 A.M.
Alfred and Theresa DePaoli
Requested by Children of Martin & Anne DePaoli
Tuesday
February 17, 2015
8:00 A.M.
Helen Edleman
Requested by Henry Edleman, Jr.
Wednesday
8:00 A.M.
4:00 PM
7:00 PM
February 18 2015
Mrs. Alberta Hozyash
Requested by the McGuigan Family
Liturgy of the Word
Tink Veale
Thursday
February 19, 2015
8:00 A.M.
Patrick Rigg
Requested by the Mellon Family
Friday
February 20, 2015
8:15 P.M.
Dr. John J. Maron
Requested by the Decerio Family
Saturday
February 21, 2015
4:15 P.M.
Lewis and Rose Calcinore
Requested by Children of Martin & Anne DePaoli
Sunday
February 22, 2015
8:00 A.M.
9:30 A.M.
11:15 A.M.
Theresa Saveri
Requested by the Gilinger Family
Sacred Heart Parishioners, Living
and Deceased
Chuck Yanchulis
Requested by the Santos Family
ALTAR SERVER SCHEDULE
Saturday,
February 21 4:15 PM
Zachary Azar
Jake Bird
Christian Shaffer
Sunday,
February 22, 8:00 AM
Brendan Kenning
Brett McMenamin
Sunday,
February 22, 9:30 AM
Michael Cunningham
Melissa Israel
Ryder Pham
Sunday,
February 22, 11:15 AM
Jack Brosius
Andrew D’Annuzio
Andrew Wrightson
SAVE THE DATE! Mary Poppins PJPII High -Mar. 13,14, 19, 20 & 21 @ 7 pm;
Mar. 15 - 1 pm. Tickets on sale Feb. 27 or online
@ www.pjphs.org. so, save your "tuppence" and
mark your calendars.
Page 5 - 013 Sacred Heart Parish
SHALKOP GRACE STRUNK
FUNERAL HOME
AND CREMATION SERVICES, INC.
Your Parish Funeral Home
Charles H. Shalkop, F.D. (1916-1995)
135 Bridge Street
Robert W. Strunk, Jr. F.D. Spring City, PA 19475
Supervisor, Parishioner of St. Joseph
(610) 948-7672
QUALITY WORK • REASONABLE RATES • Sewer & Drain Cleaning
• Water Heaters
Registered
• Boilers • Sinks
Master
• Faucets • Toilets
Plumber
• Well Water Pumps
• New Construction
• Additions • Repairs
R Beers
S Plumbing
& Fully
Heating
Insured
Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes
Royersford
MARK YABLONSKI
Parishioner
Serving PA, NJ & DE
610-696-0100
285 Bethlehem Pk.
Colmar, Pa 18955
267-477-1445
Rt. 309 & Advance Ln.
430 W. Main St.
Trappe, Pa 19426
484-902-8030
Next to Trappe Tavern
PLUMBING • PUMPS
WATER SOFTERNERS
610-948-5194
852 Limerick Rd.
Schwenksville
287-7831
DESIGN~
INSTALL~
~MAINTAIN~
~
~
Brian Thornton & Sons
Follow us on:
SPECIALIZING IN
BASEMENT WATERPROOFING
& MOLD REMEDIATION SINCE 1984
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
610.495.6347
Licensed & Insured
www.thortonandonselectric.com
You've enjoyed our famous "Smith Island" crab cakes
DRAINAGE SYSTEMS • PUMPS • COATINGS
with your church fundraiser ~ now enjoy them year
FOUNDATION REPAIR
round at our 2 retail locations
OUTSIDE WATER MANAGEMENT
Wild Caught Steamed Shrimp • 5 Types of Crab Cakes
EMERGENCY SERVICE
Party Trays & Appetizers • Homemade Soups
FREE INSPECTIONS
Lobster Tails & King Crab Legs
Sides, Salads & Desserts
LICENSED & INSURED
Check out our reviews on:
Take & Bake • Made Fresh Daily • Restaurant Quality www.morganbasementwaterproofing.com
$650 OFF 10% OFF
JOBS OVER
$2000.00
CHURCH
MEMBER
DISCOUNT
FREE
10% OFF
INSPECTION
SENIOR
CITIZEN
DISCOUNT
AAA COSMETIC INC.
✔ Expert Basement Waterproofing
LIFETIME
✔ Basement Remodeling
WARRANTY
✔ Mold Remediation & Odor Removal
✔ Water Damage Restoration & Cleanup
Licensed
✔ Crawl Space Water Proofing
&
Insured
✔ Financing Available
215-512-2309
TOM MAGUIRE
LIC. # 086933
INT./EXT. PAINTING
~ Parishioner Discount ~
No Job Too Small
30 Years Exp.
Home
Cell
(610) 222-3824
(610) 504-4800
Fully Insured
610-718-6001 •
Christian Bookstore
PA Lic. #006806
RIGHTWAY
WATERPROOFING CO.
AUTO • HOME • BUSINESS • LIFE AND HEALTH
212 W. Main Street, Suite 1
FREE INSPECTION
Trappe, PA 19426
Licensed & Insured
(610) 489-9442
www.kellyins.com BASEMENT WATERPROOFING SPECIALIST
610-337-0988
TAG & NOTARY
SERVICES AVAILABLE!
Collegeville
Trappe
GUTTER
CLEANING
WWW.TRICOUNTYHOME.BIZ
REPAIRS & REPLACEMENTS • ROOFING • SIDING
GUTTERS • WINDOWS & CARPENTRY
FREE ESTIMATES • LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED
Tags & Notary
1st Communion • Confirmation
610-705-0130
142 Shoemaker Rd., Pottstown
Members of the Diocese
Three Peas
In A Pod
FLORIST & GIFTS
442 N. Lewis Rd. 610-948-7190
www.threepeasflowers.com
610-776-2000
GUTTER DOCTORX
Licensed & Insured PA 050067
CATTERMOLEKLOTZBACH
Funeral Home
610-948-7330
600 Washington St., Royersford, PA
Damian M. Petaccio, F.D., Supervisor
William E. Harner, IV, F.D.
Joshua T. Klotzbach, F.D.
013 Sacred Heart - Royersford (inside) R
John Patrick Publishing Company
(800) 333-3166 • www.jppc.net
ROSMOS KEPP
Petaccio’s
PARK TOWNE DEVLIN
& GATCHA
BEVERAGE, INC.
Driving
School, LLC
FUNERAL HOME
at a time.
310 North Lewis Rd. & Cremation Services, Inc. Forming one safe driver
Now Offering
GEORGE MICHAEL T. GATCHA, SUPERVISOR
Royersford, PA
An Online
J. RICHARD ROSMOS, F.D.
Driver’s
Open 7 Days
Safety
Funeral Pre-Planning
Katie Harris
Course
517 S. Main St. at Fourth Ave.
610.948.4979
Phoenixville 610-933-3012
ParkTowneBeverage.com
www.DevlinRosmosKepp.com www.RoyersfordDrivingSchool.com
610-948-0970
G CANNON
FUNERAL HOME &
Cremation Center, Ltd.
“Caring & Compassionate Service”
ROOFING • SIDING • GUTTERS
New Location Serving Royersford Area
at
484-653-5800
www.cannonroofingandsiding.com
MAYERSON INJURY LAW
A Professional Corporation
610-906-1966
SPRING-FORD
FAMILY PRACTICE
WADE A. BROSIUS, D.O.
610-InjuryLaw.com • [email protected]
SACRED HEART PARISHIONER
“Concentrating exclusively in personal injury law
and insurance claim disputes since 1994”
POTTSTOWN MEDICAL
SPECIALISTS, INC.
307 S. LEWIS RD.
ROYERSFORD, PA 19468
Defer capital gains when
selling business use or
investment real estate.
610-792-0300
FAX 610-792-3790
www.1031CORP.com
610.792.4880
www.pottsmed.com
Margo McDonnell, Parishioner
329 N. Lewis Rd.
610-948-1950
Jason Pozar, Supervisor
Gregg S. Catagnus, F.D.
Also Serving
Pottstown & Boyertown
Phoenix Tax
Consultants, LLC.
“The Tax Tacklers”
Tax Preparation
& Tax Planning
Julie Brufke Wenger, EA
$25 OFF with this ad
610-933-3507
www.taxtacklers.com
Butler's
Janitorial Service
Floors Stripped & Waxed
Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning
Window Cleaning
Power Washing • Home & Office
Wilma Butler
610.933.0519
Kelly Stento
Director
Park Town Plaza • Royersford
610-792-8801
Angels of Our Lady
COMMUNION DRESSES AND SUITS
RELIGIOUS GIFTS AND BOOKS
www.LeRouxDance.com
592 Schuylkill Rd. - Rt. 724
Phoenixville
610-917-9470
Catering Available
Piazza Honda
of Pottstown
629 N. Lewis Road
Limerick, PA 19468
www.piazzahondapottstown.com
Tom Reed, General Manager
WE DELIVER
301 N. Lewis Rd.
610-792-1974
www.RossisPizzeria.com
(610) 495-7076 ext. 516
Michele Sheehan - A Sacred Heart Parishioner
RE/MAX Results Realty
$10 LARGE PIZZA
(425) 210-1634
489-7355
email: [email protected]
Cell:
Office: (610)
$5 OFF ANY
ORDER OVER $35 Helping You Find The Place To Call Home
013 Sacred Heart, Royersford (back) R
Ages 18months & Up
Mention Ad to Receive a FREE T-shirt!
JAMES JOHNS
PAINTING
Deck Refinishing • Power Washing
Free Estimates • Fully Insured
PARISHIONER
935-2924 • 948-2327
Louis J. Simonetti, D.O.
BOARD CERTIFIED IN FAMILY MEDICINE
Limerick Office Court
168 W. Ridge Pike, Suite 220
Limerick PA 19488
610-454-9488 • Hours By Appointment
New Patients Welcome
John Patrick Publishing Company • (800) 333-3166 • www.jppc.net