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Archive for December 2013

Imagine How God Sees You

Dear Parishioners, There’s something about New Year’s Eve that I’ve always loved. I think it’s exciting to wait out the last few hours of the old year while standing on the threshold of a new one. They say that an optimist stays up until midnight to see a new year in. A pessimist stays up…

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Prayer Shawl Ministry Meets on Jan. 11th

Prayer Shawl Ministry meets on Saturday, January 11, at 10:00 am in the Community Room on the second floor of the school building. Spend some time in prayer and creativity, fashioning shawls to be given to those living with illness or bereavement

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Adult Discussion Group Meets on Jan. 5th

Our Sunday morning adult discussion group resumes on next Sunday, January 5 at 8:45 am in the Community Room (second floor of the school building). We gather for coffee and discuss the scripture readings of the day and how they relate to our daily lives as Christians. Please join us!

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Music for the Eve of Christmas

Please join us for the last few minutes of Advent, when our Adult Choir will present a prayerful meditation for the Eve of Christmas beginning at 11:30 pm in the church. The Choir will also lead us in song at the 10 am Mass on Christmas Day.

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Discussion Group to Resume Meetings on Jan. 5th.

The Sunday Morning Discussion group meets at 8:45 am in the Community Room on the second floor of the Parish Hall. This hour-long, open discussion uses the Sunday Mass readings as a launching point for some “conversation and coffee” on matters relevant to Christian living. This group resumes meeting on Jan. 5, 21013

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Elves on the Shelves

Dear Parishioners, Warning: this column may contain material unsuitable for young children…… ……because I want to write about something that bugs me. Elves. Specifically, elves on shelves. For those unfamiliar, the “elf-on-the-shelf” became an out-of-the-box Christmas “tradition” since its debut in 2006. The actual elves look very much like the elf figures which were common…

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