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



9999 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 E 9999 N
SATURDAY: Vigil Mass at 4:30 p.m. SUNDAY: 7:15 a.m., 8:45 a.m., 10:30 a.m., (Interpreted for the Deaf) & 5:00 p.m.
DOMINGO: Misa en Español 12:30 p.m.
9999 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 EE-MAIL: [email protected]
WEB: cathedralpb.com PHONE: 561561-622622-2565 FAX: 561561-624624-9489
The Cathedral Parish Priests, Deacons and office
staff wish to extend warm Christmas Blessings to
our Parish Families. May the miracle of Christmas
fill your hearts with hope and peace.
December/Advent/Christmas Schedule 2013
Tuesday, December 24th - Mass of the Day - 8:30 a.m. only
4:00 p.m. Mass with Nativity Pageant and Children’s Choir
6:15 p.m. Mass with Youth Music Ministry
8:00 p.m. Misa en Español
11:15 p.m. Prelude - Carols and Traditional Christmas Music with Mass at Midnight
Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito, D.D., J.C.L. Bishop of Palm Beach, Presiding
7:15 a.m., 8:45 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
There is no Spanish or 5:30 p.m. Mass on Christmas Day
8:30 a.m. only. There is no 6:45 a.m. or 5:30 p.m. Mass
There will be no Eucharistic Adoration on Friday December 27th
Vigil - Tuesday, December 31st at 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, January 1st at 9:00 a.m.
Our blood drive will be conducted, SUNDAY,
DECEMBER 22ND from 9:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. All
donors will receive TWO FREE MOVIE
1759 Indian Creek Parkway | Jupiter, FL 33458
561-748-8994 | www.allsaintsjupiter.org
OPEN HOUSE ~ FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 2014 at 9:00 AM
Grade Range: PreK-8th Year Opened: 2003 |
Number of Students: 465 | Tuition Range: $6,780 - $8,700
Highlights: Founded in 2003 and situated on a spacious campus, All Saints Catholic School is the first interparochial school in the Diocese of Palm Beach educating students in Pre-Kindergarten through eighth
grade. iPads for students will be implemented on a 1:1 ratio throughout the school beginning 2013-2014.
The school is committed to developing responsible citizens by promoting academic success and preparing
students for high school and beyond. All Saints encourages students to open their hearts to the Lord, their
minds to learning, and their talents toward service to others.
Come change your child’s future! ~ Please call the school for a private tour.
Blessing of a Manger Scene at Home
Leader: Our help is in the name of the Lord.
All: Who made heaven and earth.
Leader: God of every nation and people, from the very beginning of
creation you have made manifest your love: when our need for a Savior was
great you sent your Son to be born of the Virgin Mary. To our lives he
brings joy and peace, justice, mercy, and love. Lord, bless all who look
upon this manger; may it remind us of the humble birth of Jesus, and raise
up our thoughts to him, who is God-with-us and Savior of all, and who lives
and rights forever and ever.
All: Amen.
Blessing of the Christmas Tree in the home
Leader: Blessed be the name of the Lord.
All: Now and forever.
Leader: Holy Lord, we come with joy to celebrate the birth of your Son, who
rescued us from the darkness of sin by making the cross a tree of life and
light. May this tree, arrayed in splendor, remind us of the life-giving cross of
Christ, that we may always rejoice in the new life that shines in our hearts.
We ask this through Christ our Lord.
All: Amen
Watch the Diocese’s Christmas Mass on TV
The Diocese of Palm Beach’s televised Christmas Mass will air on Christmas Day, December 25, from 10 a.m.
to 11 a.m. on ION Television Network (on most local cable systems it is Channel 8). This is the channel that
normally airs the diocese’s weekly Sunday morning half-hour Mass.
Bishop Barbarito will be the celebrant. There will also be great music from a choir. Similar to the diocese’s
weekly-produced televised Mass, this Christmas Mass allows those who are sick and homebound to hear
God’s Word and to celebrate Mass.
Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito, D.D., J.C.L.
Bishop of Palm Beach
Very Reverend Thomas E. Barrett
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
Monday through Friday
6:45 a.m. & 8:30 a.m.
Saturday - 8:30 a.m. Liturgy for the Day
Saturday, 3:00 p.m.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 1st & 2nd Friday of the Month
9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
1300 US Highway One, North Palm Beach 561-626-1300
Dec. 31: New Year’s Eve Reflection &
Celebration led by retreat team. Registration
begins at 6:00pm. Dinner promptly at
7:00pm. Include Reconciliation, Mass and
Midnight Party. $80.00 per person for
overnight - $60.00 per person for evening
only. Reservations required.
Remember your loved ones,
living or deceased, by
purchasing a poinsettia in their
honor that will decorate the Sanctuary for
the Christmas Season. Your loved one’s
name will be displayed by the Crèche and
remembered in the Christmas Liturgies.
Cost is $25.00 each. Envelopes are included
in your offertory packet and are available in
the pews and at the back of the church.
The Women's Guild will meet for
their monthly mee ng on Monday,
January 6th at 7 p.m. in the Parish
Hall. Please bring your friends and join us for a fun
evening of Bunko. Refreshments will be served.
Also, please bring canned goods for the Outreach
ministries. For ques ons, call Dee Aitken at 6222565.
We would like to thank all those who attended our
We, the People of God, as members of the Body of Christ
Parish Social Ministries Dinner Party in support of
at St. Ignatius Loyola Cathedral Parish, are conscious that
A great time was had by all. Those of our
by our Baptism we are called to carry out Jesus' mission to
supporters who could not join us, you were truly missed
establish the Kingdom of God by:
· Nurturing our faith through celebrating the and look forward to next year! And as always, our pantry
Sacraments, especially the Eucharist, and learning shelves are in need for all types of pantry food: Canned
meat and tuna, canned fruits and sweet corn, macaroni &
from Sacred Scripture and Church teaching;
· Discerning God's will in satisfying the spiritual cheese and cereal. Also, quart and gallon-sized plastic zip
needs of our faith community and committing our -bags are in need. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS
time, talent and treasure;
· Evangelizing by living, proclaiming and teaching the
message of the Gospel;
Readings for the Week of December 22, 2013
· Setting a climate for openness, and acceptance for all.
Sunday Fourth Sunday of Advent
Offertory Report for December 15, 2013
Number of Checks & Envelopes……………………..584
From Checks & Envelopes…………………………..$13,537
Loose Cash ...................... ……………………...…..$2,925
Total Offertory ...................................................... $16,462
Christmas Programs...……………………....….......$4,231
Parish Social Ministries ........................................ $1,260
Poor Box Monies ................................................. $68.97
11/30/2013 School Debt Principal Balance.………..$1,205,439.69
Monthly Contributions for debt:
(All Saints School Collection)
Parish Office Holiday Schedule
Closed - Tuesday, December 24th at 12:30 p.m. through
Thursday, December 26th.
Open - Friday, December 27th from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Monday, December 30th from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Tuesday, December 31st from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Closed - Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Open - Thursday, January 2, We resume regular office hours,
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Is 7:10-14; Ps 24; Rom 1:1-7; Mt 1:18-24
Monday Saint John of Kanty, Priest
Mal 3:1-4, 23-24; Ps 25; Lk 1:57-66
Tuesday 2 Sm 7:1-5, 8b-12, 14a, 16; Ps 89; Lk 1:67-79
Vigil: Is 62:1-5; Ps 89; Acts 13:16-17, 22-25;
Mt 1:1-25 or 1:18-25
Night: Is 9:1-6; Ps 96; Ti 2:11-14; Lk 2:1-14
Wednesday The Nativity of the Lord
Dawn: Is 62:11-12; Ps 97; Ti 3:4-7; Lk 2:15-20
Day: Is 52:7-10; Ps 98; Heb 1:1-6; Jn 1:1-18 or
1:1-5, 9-14
Thursday Saint Stephen, The First Martyr
Acts 6:8-10, 7:54-59; Ps 31; Mt 10:17-22
Friday Saint John, Apostle and Evangelist
1 Jn 1:1-4; Ps 97; Jn 20:1a and 2-8
Saturday the Holy Innocents, Martyrs
1 Jn 1:5–2:2; Ps 124; Mt 2:13-18
Sunday The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph
Sir 3:2-6, 12-14; Ps 128; Col 3:12-21 or 3:12-17;Mt 2:1315, 19-23
Parish Gift Shop
8 AM to 12 PM
1:30 PM to 5:0
0 PM
Dee Aitken, Youth Minister/D.R.E. Parish Office: 561-622-2565
E-mail: [email protected] Web: www.cathedralpb.com
December 22nd - NO LIFE NIGHT TONIGHT -
Merry Christmas!
Join us on December 29th after the 5:00 p.m.
Mass for dinner and a movie at Downtown in the
Gardens. Permission Slips required, RSVP to Dee.
January 16-18
Service project for high school teens.
Camp out in the church parking lot
while providing service to the
community. Permission Forms
required. Contact Dee for more info.
Teen Drop-IN Nights
Wednesdays 6:30 p.m.– 8:00 p.m.
These evenings are social not structured
and open to teens and organized by college
students. Whether playing volleyball, or
ping-pong or pool, hang out or do
homework. Contact Christopher Bastien
or Rachel Banaszewski if you know them,
if not contact the youth office and we will
connect you.
Upcoming Sessions for
Middle School Parents
January 8th:TOB: “How Should I
Act?” (Teens will see on this night, you will
view the upcoming week also)
January 15th: TOB: “Sex, Love, and
January 22nd: TOB: “To Use or Not to Use?
- That is the Question: The Opposite of Love”
January 29th: Fred Topor will present:
“EUCHARIST: The Real Presence”
Classes will resume on January 8, 2014
Grades 6, 7 & 8:
January 8th: “How Should I Act?”
Blue Knights
Boys Club
We would like to begin a Blue
Knights Boys Club here at St.
Ignatius Loyola. The Blue
Knights Catholic Club is a boys’ club aimed at
teaching the truths of the Catholic faith to boys
through Scripture, saint’s biographies, games, crafts
and the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Dan
McGuire (founder), maps out nine virtues for boys
ages 5 and up in the first year, and then follows up
with three years covering nine catechetical lessons
each. If you are a parent of a young boy and would
like to share responsibility as a group facilitator,
please contact Dee Aitken in the parish office. We
would like to begin in February if possible.
Summer Camps & Conference
Lifeteen Covecrest Camp: Total cost $650 /
Deposits should be in. Total due by March 23rd,
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
Religious Education Classes 2013/2014
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.
(6, 7, & 8th grades)
Meet Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
and will return on JANUARY 7/8, 2014
Please arrive at 3:00 p.m. in the Cathedral
on Tuesday, December 24th to prepare for
Students scheduled to receive First
Eucharist on April 26 need to attend
First Reconciliation on Saturday,
January 18 at 9:30 a.m. in the Cathedral. Parents
are to stay with their children during the service and
are also welcome to receive reconciliation when
students are finished.
RCIA meets on
at 7:15 p.m. in the
Parish Hall
The “Rite of Christian Initiation for
Adults” is a weekly session for anyone
who may be interested in becoming
Catholic, for those who have not
completed their Sacraments of Initiation,
or for someone who just may want to
refresh their faith journey. Our doors are
open and we gladly welcome you! For
further information and to register please
contact Deacon John in the Parish Office.
Invites all children in
Grades 2 through 6 to
be a member of the children’s choir.
When: Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
One 10:30 Sunday Mass per month and special
occasions; a schedule will be given
Where: In the Cathedral
Directed by: Mr. Tom Wilcoxson, Cathedral Director
of Music, assisted by Mrs. Rosemarie Gondek
Confirmation II
Class meets Sundays @
3:45 p.m. includes the 5 p.m. Mass
The final week of Advent brings us to the fourth
candle, the last purple candle also known as the
Angel’s Candle, for those who announced the love of
God now present in the world. "
Prayer: Come Lord Jesus into our
hearts and our lives this Advent season. Fill us
with your love. As we prepare for your coming,
help us remember those who are in need. Show
us the way to love all people in your name. In
the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy
Spirit. Amen.
January 12, Gifts of the Holy Spirit
January 26, Interviews, Robes & all
requirements must be turned in
Confirmation II Retreats
End of the year Retreat: Our Lady of Florida
in North Palm Beach,
February 23, 2014
Rev. Thomas E. Barrett, Rector
Tel.: 561-622-2565
• Intención de la misa: Joanne Burman
• Intención de la misa: Francisca I. Lara
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.
CONFESIONES: Sábados de 3 a 4 P.M.
Evangelio Mt 1:18-24
Así es como el nacimiento de Jesucristo fue así.
Su madre, María, estaba desposada con José y,
antes de vivir juntos,
se halló que había concebido del Espíritu Santo.
José, su esposo, que era un hombre justo,
sin embargo, no quieren exponerla a la vergüenza,
decidió repudiarla en secreto.
Tal era su intención cuando, he aquí,
el ángel del Señor se le apareció en sueños y le dijo:
"José, hijo de David,
no temas recibir a María tu mujer en su hogar.
Porque es a través del Espíritu Santo
que este niño ha sido engendrado en ella.
Dará a luz un hijo y le pondrás por nombre Jesús,
porque él salvará a su pueblo de sus pecados. "
Todo esto sucedió para que se cumpliera lo que el Señor había dicho
por medio del profeta: He aquí que la virgen concebirá y dará a luz un
hijo, y le pondrá por nombre Emmanuel, que significa ." Dios está con
nosotros"Cuando José se despertó, hizo lo que el ángel del Señor le
había mandado y se llevó a su esposa en su casa.
La Eucaristía semanal tiene lugar cada domingo a las
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 tenemos
los bautismos; el 2°. domingo se da la bendición a los
• Exposición del Santísimo Sacramento todos los viernes de 9 de la
cumpleañeros del mes; el 3r. domingo se hace la
mañana a 5 de la tarde, en la capilla. (primeros y segundos viernes hasta las
8 pm).
presentación de recién nacidos y bendición a ellos y sus
• Santa Misa en honor al Sagrado Corazón de Jesús cada 1r. viernes de
padres; y el 4°. domingo ofrecemos una bienvenida
mes a las 8 de la noche en la capilla. Se ora por los enfermos.
especial a quienes nos han visitado por primera vez en
el mes.
• La preparación a los sacramentos es seria y esperamos que
El sacramento de la reconciliación (confesión)
ustedes también la tomen con seriedad y entusiasmo.
puede ser recibido en el horario normal de la parroquia
Aprender a vivir la fe cristiana no se hace en unos pocos
los sábados de 3 a 4 pm. También puede hacer una
meses. Recuerden que no nos preparamos sólo para recibir un
cita para recibir el sacramento en otro momento oporsacramento, sino para vivir de acuerdo al ejemplo de Jesús.
tuno en la oficina parroquial.
Los sacramentos nos ayudan, fortalecen y guían en el camino
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.
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
Hora santa en español. Cada segundo viernes de
Movimiento Renovado de Acción Católica todos los
mes a las 8 de la noche. Jesús es quien nos invita:
domingos después de misa o llamen al 624-6312.
"Vengan a mí ustedes que están cansados y ago• Para la lista de los ministerios por favor diríjase a la página
biados, y yo los aliviaré” (Mateo 11, 28)
web de la parroquia: WWW.CATHEDRALPB.COM y busque
la página en español.
Parish Directory
Parish Office…...561-622-2565
Email: [email protected]
Altar Servers…………. Dee Aitken
Bookkeeper …....……..Barbara Puglisi
Bulletin Editor ................ Jeanne Hogan
Children's Liturgy .......... Patty Rabideau
Facility Manager……..…....Dn. John Beaudoin
Director of Music…….Tom Wilcoxson
Lectors ............................ Parish Office
Life Teen Music ........... Glen Aitken
Liturgy ............................ Monet Murray
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……......................... 745-4482
Contemplative Prayer ............... 694-8953
Divine Mercy ............................ 691-1775
Eucharistic Adoration ............... 691-1775
Legion de María........................ 248-1798
Stewards of Ministries for Women
There will be no Seasonal 5:30 Daily Mass.
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
Parish Prayer List
Sunday, December 22
7:15 a.m. Robert Sullivan †/Bob Sullivan
8:45 a.m. Marlena Basile †/Mom & Dad
10:30 a.m. Joseph & Catarina †/Maria Tran
12:30 p.m. Joanne Burman †/Mark & Susan Wayde
5:00 p.m. Othelia Bacca †/Family
Monday, December 23
6:45 a.m. Juan Lopez †/Sister
8:30 a.m. Barry & Corinne Hallett SI /Hank & Jane
Tuesday, December 24 - Christmas Eve
8:30 a.m Mildren Malt †/Carol Douglas (Mass of the Day)
4:00 p.m. Betty & Joe Kaminski †/Donna Kaminski
6:15 p.m. The Dell Family
8:00 p.m. Francisca Isidora Lara /Alicia Lara & Family
12:00 p.m. The Fontana/Bengiovanni Family
Wednesday, December 25 - The Nativity of the Lord
7:15 a.m. Catherine Davi †/Husband
8:45 a.m. People of the Parish
10:30 a.m. The Marro/Lomangino Family
12:15 p.m. Lavo Ladasic †/his wife
Thursday, December 26
8:30 a.m. Diana S. Boyes †/John MacDonald & Dorothy Nicole
Friday, December 27 - No Eucharistic Adoration
8:30 a.m. Doris Hoffman †/Taka Mendelson
Saturday, December 28
8:30 a.m. Tom Gaetje †/his neighbor
4:30 p.m. Craig Bielefeldt †/Parents
Sunday, December 29
7:15 a.m. Jay Roork †/Joseph
8:45 a.m. Joanne Burman †/The Sterer Family
10:30 a.m. James M. Wallace †/Pauline Wallace
12:30 p.m. Diana Boyes †/ Bill Boyes
5:00 p.m. The Tran Family SI /Maria Tran
Monday, December 30
6:45 a.m. Frances Leatherburg †/The Oakley Family
8:30 a.m. James T. Murphy †/Rosemary Horstmann
Substance Addiction Ministry
Are you or a loved one effected by addic ons? 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
Please pray for those in need, especially those who have
died recently and their families who mourn them…
Butch Anderson, Brandon Archer, Josh Archer, Leticia
Arévalo, Sonia Aurora, Inga Bagrationi, Dorothy Becker,
Joseph Beninato, Jr., Eleanor Beresky, Angie Bertolini,
Susan Beyersdorf, Natalie Bezout, Terry Biadasz, Sandra
Brady, Violet Boulter, Sean Burke, Harold Bouchard, Al
Capizzi, Salvatore Carrubba, Ricky Carver, George Cavaliere, 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, Deeb
Family, Tommy Deeb, Rocky DePalma, Kathleen DeWoody, Mrs. Dion, Marianne Donavan, Timothy Donegan
Family, Donna Dore, Estelle Dubin, Jules Ducarme,
Barbara Dudash, Sean Durkin, Bret Dutton, Deborah
Duxbury, Marie Emmerich, Anthony V. Errice, Ed Errice,
Andrew Espinosa, Quentin Fabiano, David Feliciano,
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, Barry Hallett, Dianne Hannan, Janice Harvey,
Colin Harrington, Harrington Family, Evan Hartstock,
Dolores Hernandez, Siena Hernandez, James Hogan,
Mildred Horn, Frances Ryan Hutchinson, Dorothy & Steve
Hydro, Maritza Cuervo Ibanez, Philip Irmish Family,
Salvatore Izzo, Vincent Izzo, Dorothy Jamison, Carol L.
Johnson, Kathleen, Frank & Jennifer Katina, Peggy & John
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, Patricia Lashon, Penny
Lashon, Troy Lashon, Terri Latino, Don Laubert, Teresita
Leonard, Alana Lester, 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, 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, Natalie Piescik,
Frank Petrera & sons, Harry Michael Pompiean, Jack
Proverb, Betty Previty, Maryanne Puglisi, Michael Puglisi,
Paula Pungello, Pat Quinlan, Susan Rahner, Allison J.
Reid, Ann Repici,Frank Repici, Marsha Rewak, The
Reynolds Family, Hernan Reynolds, Ruby Reynolds,
Mary Ellen Rice, John Rieger, Letizia Mancuso Riggi,
Chris Robinson, Beverly Rogers, Christian Russell,
Maureen Setaro, Santos Family, Alice & Joseph Santos,
Ron Santos, Madalyn Sarafeen, Thomas Sarofen, Emily &
Julia Schuts, Maureen Setaro, Joyce Sheriff, Karen Shirley,
David Slimboch, Bob Somerville, Jessie & Carol
Snelgrove, Ken Snyder, Michael Snyder Angela Soriano,
Ann & Basil Spitale, Bruce Stephenson, Gary Lee Struder,
Joan Sucher, Mike Tassone, Jean Tucker, Melisssa Tripp,
MacKenzie Vanderpool, Dorothy Verfaillie, Connie
Vitucci, Ron Weber, Audrey Wega, Roberta Weiner,
David Weir, David Werill, Bernard West, Ray & Ruth
Whealin, Christopher White, Mary Wilkenson, Carmeline
Williams, Melissa Wohlust, Marcie Worrell, & Louise
Please contact the parish office to have a loved one placed
on the prayer list. Names appear for
approximately one month.
December 22
December 23
December 24
December 25
December 26
Parish Hall Closed this week,
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
December 27
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