9999 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 E

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9999 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 E
WEEKEND MASS SCHEDULE
SATURDAY: Vigil Mass at 4:30 p.m.
SUNDAY: 7:15 a.m., 8:45 a.m., 10:30 a.m.
& 5:00 p.m.
DOMINGO: Misa en Español 12:30 p.m.
9999 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
E-MAIL: [email protected]
WEB: cathedralpb.com PHONE: 561-622-2565
FAX: 561-624-9489
The Diocese of Palm Beach
Office of Marriage and Family Life
Announces
Leading & Loving ~ A Unique Family-Centered, Catholic Approach for
Parents Who Want to Raise Virtuous Children
S T. CLARE CATHOLIC CHURCH ~ PARISH HALL
821 PROSPERITY FARMS ROAD, NORTH PALM BEACH, FL 33408
Friday, April 4 from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
~ and ~
Saturday, April 5 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Refreshments and Lunch will be served
Family Honor, Inc., brings 25 years of field experience to help answer these questions and more during
Leading & Loving, our new adult-only program for any parent or guardian of a child from infancy to 11
years of age. Leading & Loving is a unique Catholic program that will help you become more confident and prepared to raise virtuous children. SEATING IS LIMITED.
Reservations must be received by Friday, March 21, 2014. To register, go to:
www.diocesepb.org/LeadingandLoving There is no registration fee for this program,
however donations will be accepted. For more information, contact Sharon Fuentes at 561427-3898.
Lenten Fish Dinner
Please join the Knights of Columbus for their delicious
Fish Dinners beginning Friday, March 7th
from 5 - 7 PM in the Parish Hall.
Menu items include: Baked Fish, Baked Potato, Vegetable, and Cole Slaw.
Prices are $10.00 for adults and $6.00 for children 10 and under.
Desserts will be available for $1.00 each.
Our Catholic Faith
Catholics between the
ages of 18 and 59 are
obliged to fast on Ash
Wednesday and Good
Friday. In addition, all
Catholics 14 years old
and older must abstain
from meat on Ash
Wednesday, Good Friday
and all the Fridays of
Lent.
Fasting as explained by the
U.S. bishops means partaking
of only one full meal. Some food
(not equaling another full meal)
is permitted at breakfast and
around midday or in the evening
-depending on when a person
chooses to eat the main or full
meal. Abstinence forbids the
use of meat, but not of eggs,
milk products or condiments
made of animal fat.
Stations of the
Cross will be
held on Fridays
during Lent
immediately
following
benediction:
5:15 p.m. in
English and
7:00 p.m. in
Spanish
BABY BOTTLE BOOMERANG
This weekend, Miracle House will be collecting the baby bottles in the designated area in
the back of the church. With your help, women with unplanned pregnancies can be
encouraged to carry their babies to term and to plan productively for their future and the
future of their unborn babies. Please help these mother chose life and remember to keep
Miracle House in your prayers. Thank you for your generosity.
Events at Our Lady of Florida Spiritual Center
1300 US Highway One, North Palm Beach. 561-626-1300.
April 15: Young Adults (18-30) Soup & Prayer – Bringing Lent to a prayerful conclusion. Free will offering. 6:00 pm9:00 pm. Registration required.
April 16-20: Holy Week Retreat led by Retreat Team includes Triduum Services & Sunrise Mass on Easter morning.
Costs vary for Singles, Married Couples & Religious. See website for more information. Registration required.
Easter Sunday- April 20 – Sunrise Mass. Bring your own chairs and blankets. At dawn – around 6:50 AM.
HOPE AFTER ABORTION
Experience the healing love of Jesus Christ during a Rachel’s Vineyard healing retreat. This retreat
offers an opportunity to deeply enter into the grieving process and identify the ways your abortion(s)
may have affected you or a loved one. Discussions, spiritual exercises, prayer and reflection combined
with the Sacrament of Reconciliation, a Memorial Service honoring your child and a beautiful Mass,
will help to heal the wounds of your past. Participation is strictly confidential and offers a beautiful
opportunity to experience God’s love, forgiveness and tender compassion. Both men and women are
invited to experience this healing for their soul. This healing program is an apostolate of the Catholic
Charities Office of Respect Life of the Diocese of Palm Beach; however, those from other faith backgrounds are welcome to attend.
The retreat begins on Friday, April 25 thru Sunday, April 27, 2014.
It will be held at Casa San Carlos Retreat Center, in Delray Beach.
Pre-registration is required.
To register or for more information call Donna Gardner at 561.602.4778
or email [email protected] all calls and emails are CONFIDENTIAL!
For more information on Rachel’s Vineyard check out our website: www.rachelsvineyard.org
On Monday, April 7, at 5:30 p.m., there
will be an Installation Mass of new officers.
We will also have a Dinner (buffet) at Verdea,
which is in Embassy Suites, PGA Blvd., PBG.
Cost $25.00. Everyone is welcome. Tickets
will be sold on the patio on March 23 & 30 and
also at the Parish Office 622-2565
K OF C SANTA MARIA COUNCIL 4999
RELIGIOUS APPRECIATION DINNER
Please join the Knights of Columbus Council 4999 for
our 27th Annual Religious Appreciation Dinner. This is your
chance to thank all of the Religious who spend countless hours
caring for our spiritual needs. This event will be held on
Tuesday, April 8, 2014 (6 p.m.) at Santa Maria Council 4999
Hall located at 11499 Prosperity Farms Road, Palm Beach
Gardens. Our Honored Guest is the Most Reverend Gerald
M. Barbarito, D.D., J.C.L., Bishop of the Diocese of Palm
Beach. Our featured speaker is Sister Roberta Popara,
Associate Director at Our Lady of Florida Spiritual Center.
Donation $40. Please purchase your tickets prior to March 25,
2014 by calling Mark at 221-8580 or Penni at 333-3224.
Carmelite Spirituality Workshop
This workshop is hosted by the Carmelite Communities of South Florida and will be held at the Gathering
Place at St. Jude in Boca Raton on March 22. The presenter is Carmelite Fr. Jack Welch, who taught
Carmelite Studies at Washington Theological Union for more than 20 years. The workshop will focus on the
spirituality taught by St. John of the Cross and is designed for those interested in deepening personal
relationships with God. This workshop will be held from 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Cost is $30, includes lunch and
early a.m. snack. Reservations 561– 267-1055 or [email protected]
IF WE BUILD IT- THEY WILL COME!
Youth Ministry currently has an opportunity
to have a permanent space for teens. We are
looking at placing a portable (class room size)
on the grounds of St. Ignatius Loyola for our
youth. This would be a place to gather in
various ways, to share their faith, have fun
and fellowship. If you would like to donate
to this cause, please contact Dee in the
parish office. 561-622-2565.
Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito, D.D., J.C.L.
Bishop of Palm Beach
Very Reverend Thomas E. Barrett
Rector
Reverend Eli St. Fort
Parochial Vicar
Reverend Harold Buckley
Reverend Dan Devore
Assisting Priests
Deacon John Beaudoin
Deacon Jaime Zapata
Deacon Miguel Muñoz
Permanent Deacons
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE
Monday through Friday
6:45 a.m. & 8:30 a.m.
Saturday - 8:30 a.m. Liturgy for the Day
Confessions
Saturday, 3:00 p.m. in the chapel
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRIES
Our food pantry is currently in need of
canned meats; (tuna, chicken, ham) pasta,
macaroni and cheese, rice, jelly and
powdered milk.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Mondays, Tuesdays and
Wednesdays at 10 a.m. Volunteers will need a valid
drivers license/insurance and their own vehicle to pick
up food. Please call social ministries at 561-627-7478 to
help!
MISSION STATEMENT OF THE
CATHEDRAL OF ST. IGNATIUS LOYOLA
We, the People of God, as members of the Body of Christ
at St. Ignatius Loyola Cathedral Parish, are conscious that
by our Baptism we are called to carry out Jesus' mission to
establish the Kingdom of God by:
· Nurturing our faith through celebrating the
Sacraments, especially the Eucharist, and learning
from Sacred Scripture and Church teaching;
· Discerning God's will in satisfying the spiritual
needs of our faith community and committing our
time, talent and treasure;
· Evangelizing by living, proclaiming and teaching the
message of the Gospel;
· Setting a climate for openness, and acceptance for all.
Offertory Report for March 9, 2014
Attendance……......................................................2145
Number of Checks & Envelopes………………….….570
From Checks & Envelopes……………………….....$14,867
Loose Cash ...................... ……………………...…..$3,849
Total Offertory ................. ……………………….….$18,716
Education of Seminarians.....….….…….....…..........$4,255
Parish Social Ministries ......................................... $442.00
Poor Box Monies................................................... $140.50
Online Giving ……………………………..…………$1,733
2/28/2014 School Debt Principal Balance.…....$1,202,602.82
Interest:
$4,151.89
Monthly Contributions for All Saints Debt:
$4,399.74
Readings for the Week of March 16, 2014
Second Sunday of Lent
Gn 12:1-4a; Ps 33; 2 Tm 1:8b-10; Mt 17:1-9
Monday
Saint Patrick, Bishop
Dn 9:4b-10; Ps 79; Lk 6:36-38
Tuesday
Saint Cyril of Jerusalem, Bishop and Doctor of the
Church
Is 1:10, 16-20; Ps 50; Mt 23:1-12
Wednesday
Saint Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary
2 Sm 7:4-5a, 12-14a, 16; Ps 89; Rom 4:13, 16-18, 22;
Mt 1:16, 18-21, 24a or Lk 2:41-51a
Thursday
Jer 17:5-10; Ps 1; Lk 16:19-31
Friday
Gn 37:3-4, 12-13a, 17b-28a; Ps 105; Mt 21:33-43, 4546
Saturday
Mi 7:14-15; 18-20; Ps 103; Lk 15:1-3, 11-32
Sunday
Third Sunday of Lent Ex 17:3-7; Ps 95; Rom 5:1-2, 58; Jn 4:5-42 or 4:5-15, 19b-26, 39a, 40-42
Sunday
2014 Diocesan Services
Appeal Report - March 2014
We are most grateful to those
who responded to the 2014
Diocesan Services Appeal. So far
$142,895.00 has been pledged from 349
families getting us to 57% our goal of $250,000. This is a
wonderful example of your stewardship and your
willingness to reach out to others. If you have not had the
opportunity to respond, please make an effort to do so.
Thank you again for sharing in a way that allows Bishop
Barbarito and our diocese to provide the leadership,
vision, and assistance tour our people in need.
ITALY PILGRAMAGE
hosted by
FR. TOM BARRETT
12 DAYS: NOVEMBER 10-21, 2014
$3629 per person from Miami
(Air/land tour price is $2999 plus $630 govt. taxes/airline fuel
surcharges)
TOUR INCLUDES:
Roundtrip Air from Miami, $630 govt. taxes/
airline fuel surcharges,
First Class/Select Hotels, Most Meals,
Comprehensive Sightseeing
Visit the Italian Lake District, Venice,
Florence, Assisi, Hometown of Padre
Pio; San Giovanni Rotondo, Sorrento
Area, Monte Cassino and Rome with
Vatican City and Papal Audience
For a brochure & more information contact:
Fr. Tom Barrett at: (561) 622-2565
GRIEF & LOSS
SUPPORT GROUP
St. Ignatius Cathedral has begun a grief
and loss support group with the next
meeting taking place on March 18th at
10 a.m. in the Parish Hall.
The purpose of the group is to offer
support to persons who are experiencing symptoms of grief due
to a recent loss. In general the group will be held weekly for
6-8 weeks. The group is open to men and women. The
meetings will be on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. -11 a.m. in the
Parish Hall. For more information call the Parish Office.
ST. IGNATIUS LOYOLA YOUTH MINISTRY
Dee Aitken, Youth Minister/D.R.E. Parish Office: 561-622-2565
E-mail: [email protected] Web: www.cathedralpb.com
LIFE TEEN HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH
MIDDLE SCHOOL NEWS
Life Nights begin after the 5:00 p.m. Mass with dinner in the parish hall.
All High School Teens are welcome!!
Meets Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.
Life Night - March 16th: Bowling at
Jupiter Lanes until
9PM, please let Dee know if you will need a ride,
permission slips are online on the website or see Dee
after the Mass.
Grades 6, 7 & Grade 8 - (CN I)
March 19th - NO CLASS THIS WEEK
YARD SALE & CAR WASH
Lifeteen will host a Yard Sale & Car Wash
Saturday, March 29th
7 a.m. – 1 p.m.
LIFETEEN LOCK-IN
Teens! We plan to have a LOCK-IN on
Saturday March 22nd at 8 PM
through Sunday March 23rd at 8 AM.
Yard Sale spaces available to rent for $25
For more information & participation contact
Dee Aitken 561-622-2565
Funds raised from these events
support our Youth Ministry
All teens must have a permission slip and a free
will offering of $5 for food and supplies.
IMPORTANT
Summer Camps & Conference
Lifeteen Covecrest Camp: Total cost $650.
Deposits should be in. Total due by March 23rd,
2014.
Alive in YOU! Deposit due by April 6th, 2014
Steubenville Conference: Deposit due by March
30th, 2014. For more information call the Youth
Office 622-2565.
facebook.com/CathedralPB
Volunteers needed for
Breakfast with the
Easter Bunny &
Egg Hunt
We are looking for teens that
would like to help out with the
Saturday, April 12th Breakfast
with the Easter Bunny and Egg
Hunt. Teens interested are to
contact the Youth Office or sign
up at Youth Nights.
Religious Education Classes 2014
ELEMENTARY GRADES K - 5
K-4th meet on Tuesdays from 5:30 p.m.- 6:45 p.m.
Grades 2, 5, and Special Sacraments meet on
Wednesdays from 5:00 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
MIDDLE SCHOOL/EDGE/CONFIRMATION I
(6, 7, & 8th grades)
meet Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
NO CLASSES on March 18 & 19 due to
SPRING BREAK!
Have a happy and blessed week off!
MARCH CLASSES WILL MEET
ON MARCH 25/26
First Holy Communion Rehearsal
There will be a rehearsal for the children
receiving their First Holy Communion
on April 23, 2014
from 6:00 p.m.—7:00 p.m.
in the Cathedral
NOTE TO PARENTS:
Please sign your child in and plan to stay, as we
will keep the rehearsal schedule to one hour.
For any questions contact Dee Aitken
in the parish office.
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SPONSOR A TEEN!
Each summer the opportunity for teens
to go to a Catholic Camp or Youth
Conference comes up and Many times
they need financial support to be able
to participate. Our Parishioners have
been very generous to support Our
teens in the past, it is that time again
that I let you know, we are in need
once more. Cost of transportation,
lodging and camp/conference itself
generally run between $500 - $650
dollars, we do fundraise, but at times
need a bit more. If you would like to
sponsor a teen, contact Dee Aitken in
the Youth Office, thank you!
Rev. Thomas E. Barrett, Rector
Tel.: 561-622-2565
www.cathedralpb.com
• Intención de la misa: Lavo Ladasic
Es una alegría inmensa contarles en nuestra comunidad
cristiana hispana de esta Catedral de san Ignacio de
Loyola. Somos una comunidad de creyentes que
queremos tener como centro de nuestras vidas a Jesús
y su mensaje de amor y servicio. Las puertas de esta
comunidad están abiertas a todos sin distinción de
nacionalidades o culturas. Queremos vernos como hermanos a quienes nos une la misma fe católica.
La Eucaristía semanal tiene lugar cada domingo
a la 12:30 de la tarde.
Les pedimos venir a tiempo para participar con
más fruto de nuestra celebración, dejándose penetrar por la Palabra de Dios. El 1r.domingo– celebración de los bautismos; el 2°. domingo- presentación de los recién nacidos, bendición quinceañeras y aniversarios especiales; el 3r. domingo bienvenida especial a quienes nos han visitado por
primera vez en el mes; y el 4°. domingo– bendición a los cumpleañeros del mes.
El sacramento de la reconciliación (confesión)
puede ser recibido en el horario normal de la parroquia
los sábados de 3 a 4 pm. También puede hacer una
cita para recibir el sacramento en otro momento oportuno en la oficina parroquial.
EVENTOS SEMANALES
•
Lunes a las 7 de la noche: grupo de oración “Agua
Viva” se reúnen en el salon H del salón parroquial.
•
Lunes a las 6:00 pm: Clases de preparación a la
primera comunión en el salón parroquial. [Se sigue
el horario escolar del condado de Palm Beach]
•
Miércoles a las 7:30 pm: Legión de María en el
salón parroquial (H)
•
Santo Rosario: Todos los viernes del mes rezo en
familia, a las 6:30 pm en la capilla.
MISA DOMINICAL: 12:30 P.M.
CONFESIONES: Sábados de 3 a 4 P.M.
La transfiguración 1 Seis días después, Jesús tomó consigo a
Pedro, a Jacobo y a Juan su hermano, y
los llevó aparte a un monte alto; 2 y se
transfiguró delante de ellos; y su rostro
resplandeció como el sol, y sus
vestiduras se volvieron blancas como la
luz. 3 Y he aquí, se les aparecieron
Moisés y Elías hablando con El.
4 Entonces Pedro, tomando la palabra,
dijo a Jesús: Señor, bueno es estarnos
aquí; si quieres, haré aquí tres
enramadas, una para ti, otra para Moisés
y otra para Elías. 5 Mientras estaba aún
hablando, he aquí, una nube luminosa los
cubrió; y una voz salió de la nube,
diciendo: Este es mi Hijo amado en quien
me he complacido; a El oíd.
SACRAMENTOS
• La preparación a los sacramentos es seria y esperamos que
ustedes también la tomen con seriedad y entusiasmo.
Aprender a vivir la fe cristiana no se hace en unos pocos
meses. Recuerden que no nos preparamos sólo para recibir un
sacramento, sino para vivir de acuerdo al ejemplo de Jesús.
Los sacramentos nos ayudan, fortalecen y guían en el camino
de la vida cristiana.
• Para recibir los sacramentos del bautismo, eucaristía,
confirmación tiene que estar inscrito como miembro de la
parroquia al menos tres meses antes.
• La diócesis de Palm Beach pide 2 años de preparación para
recibir la primera comunión y también para la confirmación.
• Para el sacramento del matrimonio además han de venir con
6 meses de anticipación a la fecha prevista.
• Vocaciones: Si un joven o señorita está interesado en entrar
al seminario o un convento para servir a Jesús en la vida
religiosa o consagrada por favor hable con el sacerdote,
el diácono Jaime o diácono Miguel. Y no se olviden todos de
rezar por el aumento de vocaciones sacerdotales y religiosas.
• Damas católicas: pueden inscribirse como miembros del
ACTIVIDADES MENSUALES
• Exposición del Santísimo Sacramento todos los viernes de 9
de la mañana a 5 de la tarde, en la capilla.
• Santa Misa en honor al Sagrado Corazón de Jesús cada 1r. viernes
de mes a las 8 de la noche en la capilla. Se ora por los enfermos.
Movimiento Renovado de Acción Católica todos los
domingos después de misa o llamen al 624-6312.
• Para la lista de los ministerios por favor diríjase a la página
web de la parroquia: WWW.CATHEDRALPB.COM y busque
la página en español.
MASS INTENTIONS
Parish Directory
Parish Office…...561-622-2565
Email: [email protected]
Altar Servers…………. Dee Aitken
Baptisms//RCIA….... ..….....Dn. John Beaudoin
Bookkeeper …....……..Barbara Puglisi
Bulletin Editor ................ Jeanne Hogan
Children's Liturgy .......... Patty Rabideau
Director of Music…….Tom Wilcoxson
Facility/Maintenance ..... Mark Aitken
Lectors ............................ Parish Office
Life Teen Music ........... Glen Aitken
Marriage Preparation ..... Parish Office
Youth Ministry/D.R.E. .. Dee Aitken
Parish School
All Saints Catholic School ....... 748-8994
Parish School Liaison ............... 385-1659
Parish Social Ministries. …......627-7478
Coordinator .................. Dn. Miguel Muñoz
Prayer Line ....………………..627-7478
Respect Life .............................. 694-8953
Substance Abuse ....................... 846-1904
Stewards of Worship Ministries
Ministers of Holy Communion....844-2522
Ushers ........................................ 622-0855
Stewards of Prayer Ministries
Agua Viva……......................... 842-7542
Contemplative Prayer ............... 694-8953
Cursillo…………………….…670-3906
Divine Mercy ............................ 691-1775
Eucharistic Adoration ............... 691-1775
Legion de María........................ 248-1798
Sunday, March 16
7:15 a.m. Thomas Conroy †/Jr. Datzman
8:45 a.m. Catarina & Joseph †/Tran Family
10:30 a.m Wendy McBride †/Joseph Baviensi
12:30 p.m. Lavo Ladasic †/his wife
5:00 p.m. Peter Cinicolo †/ The Russo Family
Monday, March 17
6:45 a.m. Millie Girgenti †/Donna & Jude Giovengo
8:30 a.m. Deacon Jaime Zapata SI/Don & Carol Bal
Tuesday, March 18
6:45 a.m. Donald Bishop †/Jerry & Nancy Inman
8:30 a.m. James Buerkle †/Don & Carol Bal
Wednesday, March 19
6:45 a.m. Maria Rouse †/Zeny Franco
8:30 a.m. George Gratson †/Don & Carol Bal
Thursday, March 20
6:45 a.m. Eladio Gregorio †/Zeny Franco
8:30 a.m. Kay Walczak SI/Don & Carol Bal
Friday, March 21
6:45 a.m. John McCusker †/John Gallagher
8:30 a.m. CiCi Cushing †/Donna & Jude Giovengo
Saturday, March 22
8:30 a.m. Alberta Palladino SI/friend
4:30 p.m. Martha Chrzanowski †/Gondek Family
Sunday, March 23
7:15 a.m. People of the Parish
8:45 a.m. Dick Caudill †/Loretta Caudill
10:30 a.m William Bruno †/M/M Thomas Modzelewski
12:30 p.m. Victoria Adum †/Benita Santos
5:00 p.m. Frank Murphy †/Wife
Substance Addiction Ministry
Stewards of Ministries for Women
Damas Católicas en Acción ..... 624-6312
Women's Guild ......................... 622-6420
Stewards of Ministries for Men
Catholic Men’s Fellowship…..775-9409
Knights of Columbus............... 248-4098
Sunday
Monday
Parish Prayer List
Please pray for those in need, especially those who have died
recently and their families who mourn them…
Are you or a loved one effected by addicons? YOU ARE NOT
ALONE. This support group is held at St. Patrick Church in
Palm Beach Gardens the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month
from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Contact Greg Gast 561-846-1904
Michela Amaducci, Butch Anderson, Brandon Archer, Josh
Archer, Leticia Arévalo, Sonia Aurora, Inga Bagrationi, Mark
Bailey, Joshua Basante, Dorothy Becker, Joseph Beninato, Jr.,
Eleanor Beresky, Angie Bertolini, Susan Beyersdorf, Natalie
Bezout, Terry Biadasz, Sandra Brady, Violet Boulter, Maria Byk,
Sean Burke, Harold Bouchard, Al Capizzi, Salvatore Carrubba,
Audrey Carver, Ricky Carver, Alexandria and Zachary Carter,
Carter Family, George Cavaliere, Keven Cecilio & Family,
Karen Cernak, Stephanie Chavez, Colleen Christman, Charlotte
Cimino, Adrienne Cole, Beverly Cole, Penni Conroy, Michael
Cordani, Tyler Creech, John Cushman, Richard Daniels, Dawson
Family, Susan Davis, Magdelena Daza, Agnes Decarlo, Deeb
Family, Tommy Deeb, Rocky DePalma, Kathleen DeWoody,
Mrs. Dion, Marianne Donavan, Timothy Donegan Family,
Donna Dore, Shawn Dorsey, Estelle Dubin, Jules Ducarme,
Barbara Dudash, Sean Durkin, Bret Dutton, Deborah Duxbury,
Marie Emmerich, Anthony V. Errice, Ed Errice, Andrew Espinosa, Quentin Fabiano, Antonette Felice, David Feliciano, David
Fernandez, Lillian Fischer, Cindy Fitting, Gino Forcino, Marie
Alice Fougy, Crissy Fox, JoAnn Fratianni, Desmond Furlong,
Sophie Gagnon, Bertha Gallagher, Estefania Garcia, Preston
Garling, Glen George, Mary Gibran, Andrew Glesson, Judy
Hagan, Barry Hallett, Dianne Hannan, Janice Harvey, Colin
Harrington, Harrington Family, Evan Hartstock, Dolores Hernandez, Siena Hernandez, James Hogan, John Hogan Jr., Mildred
Horn, Frances Ryan Hutchinson, Dorothy & Steve Hydro,
Maritza Cuervo Ibanez, Philip Irmish Family, Salvatore Izzo,
Vincent Izzo, Dorothy Jameson, Carol L. Johnson, Kathleen,
Frank & Jennifer Katina, Peggy & John Katona, Steven Katona,
Grace Keating, CJ Kelley, Adrienne & Michael Keiderling,
Betty Kerwin, Katie Kobold, Ronald Kratfel, Lynn Kunz, Mary
Lou LaComb, Judy Lamia, Eileen Lang, Kim & Steven Lang,
Tony Langer, Richard Lanson, Patricia Lashon, Penny Lashon,
Troy Lashon, Terri Latino, Don Laubert, Teresita Leonard,
Alana Lester, Victoria Listander, Kelly Locke, Stella Londoño,
Frank Loomis, John Luzi, Lorraine Macey, Jeannine Mangan,
Arlene Mark, Felix Martinez, Hilda V. Marquez, Joan Masco,
Laura Mattera, Angel Mazariegos, Letty Mazariegos, Wendy
McBride, Charles McCarthy, Hank & Jane McGann, Jeanette
McInerney, Marge McManus, Brandon McNaughton, Jr., Jeff
Mc Quigg, Judy Meetze, Elvia Mendez, Michael, Michaelowski
Family, Miller Family, Santiago Miranda, Rosa Morales, Sean
Moran, Monica Moss, Ashley Munsinger, Jean Murphy, Pam
Perry, Marlo Peterson, Kathy Petner, Michael Peiderling, Tom
Piccolo, Haley Pierce, Natalie Piescik, Frank Petrera & sons,
Joey Poliseno, Harry Michael Pompiean, Jack Proverb, Betty
Previty, Michael Puglisi, Paula Pungello, Pat Quinlan, Susan
Rahner, Allison J. Reid, Emily Reinhart, Ann Repici, Frank
Repici, Michael Repici, Marsha Rewak, The Reynolds Family,
Hernan Reynolds, Ruby Reynolds, Mary Ellen Rice, John Rieger,
Letizia Mancuso Riggi, Chris Robinson, Beverly Rogers,
Virginia Rosen, Christian Russell, Maria Sabodal, Santos Family,
Alice & Joseph Santos, Carlos A. Salazar, Ron Santos, Madeline
Sarafeen, Thomas Sarofen, Emily & Julia Schuts, Diane & Rick
Scott, Maureen Setaro, Joyce Sheriff, Karen Shirley, Lana
Sitnek, Christine Skaganile, David Slimboch, Bob Somerville,
Jessie & Carol Snelgrove, Ken Snyder, Michael Snyder Angela
Soriano, Ann & Basil Spitale, Bruce Stephenson, Gary Lee
Struder, Joan Sucher, Tarr Family, Mike Tassone, Jean Tucker,Priscilla Urrutia, Melisssa Tripp, MacKenzie Vanderpool,
Dorothy Verfaillie, Connie Vitucci, Ron Weber, Audrey Wega,
Roberta Weiner, David & Paul Weir, David Werill, Bernard
West, Ray & Ruth Whealin, Christopher White, Mary Wilkenson, Carmeline Williams, Melissa Wohlust, Marcie Worrell, &
Louise Zantuhos.
Please contact the parish office to have a loved one placed on the
prayer list. Names appear for approximately one month.
IN OUR PARISH THIS WEEK
Tuesday
Wednesday
March 16
March 17
March 18
March 19
2:00 p.m.
Hispanic Pastoral
Meeng
6:00 p.m.
Catholic
Women’s Bible Study
10:00 a.m.
Grief & Loss Support
9:00 a.m.
Cards & games
6:00 p.m.
Lifeteen
Off Campus
7:00 p.m.
Agua Viva
12:00 p.m.
Diocesan Mass & Lunch
6:00 p.m.
Contemplative Prayer
1:30 p.m.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
7:00 p.m.
RCIA
7:30 p.m.
Escuela de formacion
7:00 p.m.
Legion de Maria
7:00 p.m.
Adult Choir
Thursday
March 20
Friday
March 21
Saturday
March 22
5:00 p.m.
Lenten Fish
Dinner
5:15 p.m.
Staons of the
Cross (ENG)
6:30 p.m.
Bi-Lingual
Holy Rosary/
Santo Rosario
7:00 p.m.
Staons of the
Cross (SP)
8:00 p.m.
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