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Archive for February 2015

Youth Group Meets on March 9th

The parish youth group for high school age teens will meet Monday, March 9, from 7:00-8:30 pm in the Church Hall. The topic will be “Look it’s Lent.” We meet for pizza, prayer and fun. For more information, please visit the church’s website or pick up a flyer at the church entrances. RSVP to Beth…

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Cereal Needed for Merton House Collection

We will be collecting cereal for our friends at Merton House on the weekend of February 28/March 1. Baskets will be at the entrances to the church. Thank you for your generosity.

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Lenten Pamphlets Available

All of our Lenten events and offerings are listed in a pamphlet available at the entrances to the church. Please take one.

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Lenten Reading Materials

Lenten Reading Materials—enrich your experience of this wonderful season and browse through the variety of reading materials available in the prayer chapel at the main entrance to the church. There are many types of Lenten booklets, free for the taking, for yourself or to pass along to someone you know. The books on the shelves…

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Men’s Discussion Group Meets on March 2nd

The men’s group will meet on March 2, at 7:30pm in the rectory. We will be discussing, “The Scenic Route,” an article about the season of Lent, copies of the which may be found at the front doors of the church. All men in the parish are welcome to attend.  

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Lenten Bible Study

Please join us for a six week Bible Study led by Donna Spigarolo. The classes will be held on Thursdays in Lent, through March 26, from 7 until 8:30 pm in the Community Room in the school. The study will focus on getting to know Jesus though the Gospel of Mark. Please call the parish…

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Adult Discussion Group

The Sunday Morning Discussion group meets each Sunday (follows the Religious Education calendar) at 8:45am 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.

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