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Visit the Italian Lake District, Venice, Florence, Assisi, Hometown of
Registration now open!
Adult, Middle & High School
Youth Volunteers
will be needed – Please
contact the Parish office
WEEKEND MASS S CHEDULE
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.
CHURCH & OFFICE ADDRESS
9999 N. Military Trail,
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
E-MAIL: [email protected]
WEB: cathedralpb.com PHONE: 561-622-2565
FAX: 561-624-9489
OUR LADY OF FLORIDA RETREAT CENTER
May 23-25: Healing Retreat led by Fr. Robert
Richardson Cost: $210.00 Registration & deposit required.
June 4: Day of Reflection: Presenter: Deacon Bob
Rodriguez “Reflections on the Life of St Joan of Arc”
10:00am-2:30pm $30.00. Reservations required.
June 20-26: Silent Directed Retreat. Cost: $550.00
Registration & deposit required. See website for brochure.
June 20-26: Centering Prayer Intensive Silent Retreats
led by Fr. Sam Fuller, OFM Cap. Cost $560.00 Contact
Basha Perez (407-869-0781) for registration.
July 11-13: Annual Young Adults Retreat (18-30 years
old) Led by Passionists & Peer leaders with the Diocese of
Palm Beach. Cost $195.00 Registration & deposit required.
Rosary Service Held Every Month
“I was hungry and you gave me food,
I was thirsty and you gave me
drink….in prison and you visited
me.” (MT 25:35-36)
Catholic Charities Office of Respect Life
conducts a Rosary Service the first
Saturday of each month at 9 a.m. outside
the Presidential Women's Center in West
Palm Beach. The center is located at 100
Northpoint Parkway, just off 45th St. and
Village Blvd. Please join us across the street
from the abortion center as we peacefully
pray. For information, call Catholic Charities
Respect Life Office at 561-775- 9565.
Accept God’s invitation to bring His message of love,
mercy and forgiveness to the boys and girls
incarcerated in the Palm Beach Regional Juvenile
Detention Center in West Palm Beach, near St. Mary’s
Hospital. Our team visits this center on Thursday
evenings, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Men and
women are needed to minister to these youngsters.
For information, contact Thomas Lawlor, Director of
Prison Ministry, Catholic Charities, 561-360-3326
ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC SCHOOL
1759 Indian Creek Parkway | Jupiter, FL 33458
561-748-8994 | www.allsaintsjupiter.org
Grade Range: PreK-8th Year Opened: 2003 |
Number of Students: 465 | Tuition Range: $7,280-$9,200
Highlights: Founded in 2003 and situated on a spacious campus, All Saints Catholic School is the first inter
-parochial school in the Diocese of Palm Beach educating students in Pre-Kindergarten through eighth
grade. ASCS utilizes iPads on a 1:1 ratio for all students 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.
Thank you to those who have faithfully responded and made a gift or
pledge to the DSA!
2014 Diocesan Services Appeal Update
Just a reminder!
If you have not made a gift or pledge to the 2014 DSA, join your fellow parishioners
and please consider sending in your pledge card today. Additional pledge cards
are available in the back of the church. As good stewards, we are called to share
our gifts. Please be generous in your sharing by supporting this important work.
Give online: diocesepb.org/giving
Annual Memorial Day Mass & Military Tribute
The Diocesan cemetery, Our Lady Queen of Peace Cemetery, will be celebrating its annual Memorial
Day Mass on Monday, May 26, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. with His Excellency, the Most Reverend
Gerald M. Barbarito, as the main celebrant. All clergy, parishioners, and families of the Diocese of Palm
Beach are invited to attend this Mass.
This Mass is offered for all of those who have died in service to our country and for all of those who have
served in the military. There will be a special military tribute, a tribute to all of our Priests who have
served our country, and the dedication of the final phase of our Priest Memorial. A light reception will
follow.
A limited amount of seating will be provided so you are invited to bring your own chair, if so desired.
The cemetery is located exactly one mile west of State Road 7 (US-441) and is three miles west of the
Florida Turnpike at 10941 Southern Boulevard, in Royal Palm Beach. For additional information, please
call us at 561-793-0711 or email us at [email protected] You may also visit us at
www.ourqueen.org.
Noce of Open Posions
Diocese of Palm Beach
Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito, D.D., J.C.L.
Bishop of Palm Beach
Very Reverend Thomas E. Barrett
Rector
Staff Accountant – Pastoral Center,
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Principal – St. Joan of Arc School - Boca Raton, FL
Associate Director of Development – Pastoral Center,
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Reverend Eli St. Fort
Parochial Vicar
Reverend Harold Buckley
Reverend Dan Devore
Assisting Priests
Catholic Chari#es of the Diocese of Palm Beach
Deacon John Beaudoin
Deacon Jaime Zapata
Deacon Miguel Muñoz
Counselor/Therapist – Pahokee, FL
Permanent Deacons
Community Outreach Specialist – Pahokee, FL
Part Time Grant Writer / Development Assistant (24
hours per week) – Pastoral Center,
Palm Beach Gardens
Please see our job pos#ng and applica#on instruc#ons
at h2p://www.diocesepb.org/job-lis#ng
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
2014 Diocesan Services
Appeal Report - 2014
We would like to thank our generous
supporters who donate towards our
Food Pantry. We are currently in need of Pasta
Sauce, Canned Meats, Macaroni & Cheese,
bottled water & plastic qt. & gal size zipper bags.
We are most grateful to those
who responded to the 2014
Diocesan Services Appeal. So far
$234,715.00 has been pledged
from 502 families getting us to 94% 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.
MISSION STATEMENT OF THE
Thank you again for sharing in a way that allows Bishop
CATHEDRAL OF ST. IGNATIUS LOYOLA
Barbarito and our diocese to provide the leadership,
We, the People of God, as members of the Body of Christ vision, and assistance tour our people in need.
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 May 11, 2014
Attendance……....................................................2119
Number of Checks & Envelopes…………………...564
From Checks & Envlopes………………………...$12,660
Loose Cash ...................……………………...…..$3,075
Total Offertory .............……………………....….$15,735
Catholic Com. & University….…………..….......$2,667
Parish Social Ministries .................................. ...$642.00
Poor Box Monies ............................................ ...$72.86
Online Giving ……………………………..…...…$1,948
04/30/2014 School Debt Principal Balance.…....$1,200,346.47
Interest:
$4,440.09
Monthly Contributions for All Saints Debt:
$3,668.85
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
Readings for the Week of May 18, 2014
Sunday Fifth Sunday of Easter
Acts 6:1-7; Ps 33; 1 Pt 2:4-9; Jn 14:1-12
Monday Acts 14:5-18; Ps 115; Jn 14:21-26
Tuesday Saint Bernardine of Siena, Priest
Acts 14:19-28; Ps 145; Jn 14:27-31a
Wednesday Saint Christopher Magallanes, Priest, and
Companions, Martyrs
Acts 15:1-6; Ps 122; Jn 15:1-8
Thursday Saint Rita of Cascia, Religious
Acts 15:7-21; Ps 96; Jn 15:9-11
Friday Acts 15:22-31; Ps 57; Jn 15:12-17
Saturday Acts 16:1-10; Ps 100; Jn 15:18-21
Sunday Sixth Sunday of Easter
Acts 8:5-8, 14-17; Ps 66; 1 Pt 3:15-18;
Jn 14:15-21
GRIEF & LOSS
SUPPORT GROUP
St. Ignatius Cathedral has begun a grief
and loss support group with the next
meeting taking place on May 20th 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
Life Nights begin after the 5:00 p.m. Mass with dinner in the parish hall.
All High School Teens are welcome!!
May 18th: Bowling At Jupiter Lanes / Teens
must have permission slip. We will bowl till
9pm, returning to Cathedral by 9:30 p.m.
Parents can drop off and pick up at the bowling
alley if they would like.
Help our Teens!
We have the opportunity for
a portable for our youth!
$10,000 is the goal, we are
a quarter of the way there!
Please consider supporting
this effort to have a space
for our youth in the parish.
Thank you and God Bless
you!
$10,000
TEEN SUMMER EVENTS
VOLLEYBALL
We have 2 ways to play!!
1) Monday nights beginning May 12th,
from 6:30 - 8:30, Lifeteen & EDGE
will have "Open Volleyball Nights" here at St.
Ignatius Loyola. Permission slips are online or
can be obtained from Dee Aitken. (Some will be
on hand at the court)
2) We will have Summer Volleyball Teams for
St. Ignatius, that will be played at Trinity Methodist.
If you would like to play volleyball either on a
Middle of High School Team, contact the Youth
Office 622-2565
TIME, TALENT & TREASURE
$3,000
IMPORTANT
Summer Camps & Conference
Lifeteen Covecrest Camp is June 9-14. All teens
attending must have complete paperwork. Please
bring a copy of your health insurance card. Please
keep our Teens & Adults in your prayers.
Steubenville Atlanta Youth Conference is July 1113. We will have a meeting for this conference
June 17. All teens planning on attending must attend
meeting. We still have a few spots open for those
interested. If you are not sure about attending, come
and see what a conference is about at this meeting.
Alive in YOU! Work Camp is June 24-28: We will
have a meeting for the Alive in YOU! Camp on
Tuesday, June 3rd, at 7PM. If any teen is interested in
participating in helping others at this camp, come to
this meeting.
Hey Teens! Serve the larger community with service
projects as well as serving the Parish community at Mass:
Ushers, Lectors, Extraordinary Ministers, Lifeteen Music
Ministry, or perhaps Religious Education to assist with
smaller children.
Parents! Religious Education is in need of teachers
& assistants for the upcoming fall session. Please
contact Dee Aitken at the parish office. 561-6222565.
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!
Religious Education Classes Fall 2014/2015
ELEMENTARY GRADES K - 5
Grades K-4th and Special Sacraments I & II
meet on Tuesdays from 5:45 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Grades 1 - 5 and Special Sacraments I & II
meet on Wednesdays from 5:00 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
MIDDLE SCHOOL/EDGE/CONFIRMATION I
Grades 6, 7, & 8th (Confirmation I)
meet Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
CONFIRMATION II
Grade 9 (Confirmation II) will meet
Sundays from 3:30 - 4:45 p.m.
Registration now open for fall sessions. Please remember you
must be a registered parishioner to enroll. BOTH parents must
sign form for student to receive a Sacrament, along with a
copy of baptismal certificate and payment to complete
registration.
July 28th through August 1st
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Pre K - 5th grade
Registration is now open. For more info.
contact the Youth Office: 561-622-2565
2014/2015 REGISTRATION FEES
Kindergarten -7th grade = $80 for 1 child
$140 for 2 children
$190 for 3 or more
Grade 8 (Confirmation I) = $150
Grade 9 (Confirmation II) = $200
Little Flowers Girls' Club® is a Catholic program for girls
ages 5 - 10 based on learning Catholic virtues through the
lives of Catholic saints, Scripture and the Catechism of the
Catholic Church. They currently meet on Tuesdays at 4:15
p.m. if you have a daughter who would like to join us!
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. 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, 561-622-2565.
Rev. Thomas E. Barrett, Rector
Tel.: 561-622-2565
www.cathedralpb.com
MISA DOMINICAL: 12:30 P.M.
CONFESIONES: Sábados de 3 a 4 P.M.
• Intención de la misa: Francisca Robles
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.
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.
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
Stewards of Ministries for Women
Damas Católicas en Acción ..... 624-6312
Women's Guild ......................... 622-2565
Stewards of Ministries for Men
Catholic Men’s Fellowship…..775-9409
Knights of Columbus............... 248-4098
Sunday
Monday
MASS INTENTIONS
Sunday, May 18
7:15 a.m. Sarah Wilson †/Seena Hardie
8:45 a.m. Dick Caudill †/Loretta Caudill
10:30 a.m Rocco DePalma †/Pauline Wallace
12:30 p.m. Francisca Robles †/Mercado-Lara Family
5:00 p.m. Mother’s Day Novena
Monday, May 19
6:45 a.m. Mother’s Day Novena
8:30 a.m. Florence Pisano†/
Tuesday, May 20
6:45 a.m. Jeffrey Howe †/Herb & Kathy Duane
8:30 a.m. Fr. Brian King SI/Richard & Sonia Verfaillie
Wednesday, May 21
6:45 a.m. Regina †/Cathy Fefferkorn
8:30 a.m.
Anthony Fox †/Bulgarelli Family
Thursday, May 22
6:45 a.m. James Murphy †/Sheila & Don Leventhal
8:30 a.m. Alfonso Cuesta †/Estela DeVarona
Friday, May 23
6:45 a.m. Adam Smulik †/his mother
8:30 a.m. Bernadette Lomangino †/Marro Family
Saturday, May 24
8:30 a.m.
Catherine Davi †/her husband
4:30 p.m.
James Skinner †/The Louis Family
Sunday, May 25
7:15 a.m. People of the Parish
8:45 a.m. Diana Boyes †/husband Bill
10:30 a.m Lavo Ladasic †/his wife
12:30 p.m. Accion de Gracias of San Antonio/Teresa
5:00 p.m. Eugene Reagan †/The Veneziano Family
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
Parish Prayer List
Please pray for those in need, especially those who have died
recently and their families who mourn them…
Michela Amaducci, Butch Anderson, Brandon Archer, Josh
Archer, Leticia Arévalo, Sonia Aurora, Katie A., Jasmine Bagley,
Inga Bagrationi, Mark Bailey, Joshua Basante, Dorothy Becker,
Joseph Beninato, Jr., Eleanor Beresky, Angie Bertolini, Susan
Beyersdorf, Natalie Bezout, Terry Biadasz, Connie & Pat Bieleckly, Sharon Bitter, The Bocchino Family, Patricia & Dolores
Broski, Mike Brown, Nicky & Bobby Boggi, Violet Boulter, Maria
Byk, Sean Burke, Harold Bouchard, Al Capizzi, Audrey Carver,
Ricky Carver, Alexandria and Zachary Carter, Carter Family,
George Cavaliere, Keven Cecilio & Family, Karen Cernak, Stephanie Chavez, Nicole Chellesser, Colleen Christman, Charlotte
Cimino, Adrienne Cole, Beverly Cole, Penni Conroy, Michael
Cordani, Tyler Creech, John Cushman, Connie Dandino, Richard Daniels, Dawson Family, Susan Davis, Magdelena Daza,
Irmana Delaqua, 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, Nikki Eggei, 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, 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, Adrienne & Michael Keiderling, Betty Kerwin, Katie
Kobold, Ronald Kratfel, Lynn Kunz, Mary Lou LaComb, 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, Jeannie Martingano, Joan Masco, Lauren Matarese,
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, Kim Moody, Connie
Moore, Rosa Morales, Sean Moran, Monica Moss, Ashley Munsinger, Jean Murphy, Maryann Nutaitis, Pam Perry, Marlo
Peterson, Kathy Petner, Michael Peiderling, Natalie Piescik,
Haley Pierce, Frank Petrera & sons, Joey Poliseno, Harry Michael
Pompiean, Jack Proverb, Betty Previty, Paula Pungello, Pat
Quinlan, Susan Rahner, Mauricio Ramirez, Allison J. Reid,
Emily Reinhart, Clara Reilly,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, Miguel Rodriguez, Beverly Rogers, Christian Russell, Maria Sabodal, Santos Family, Alice & Joseph
Santos, Carlos A. Salazar, Raquel Salazar, Ron Santos, Madeline Sarafeen, Thomas Sarofen, Emily & Julia Schuts, Diane &
Rick Scott, Sabastian Serrano, Maureen Setaro, Joyce Sheriff,
Karen Shirley, Tom Sickel, 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, Stephanie
Suess, 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
Thursday
May 22
Friday
May 18
May 19
May 20
May 21
2:00 p.m.
DCA
6:00 p.m.
Catholic
Women’s Bible Study
10:00 a.m.
Grief Support
9:00 a.m.
Cards & games
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Exposi#on of the
Blessed Sacrament
4:15
Little Flowers
6:00 p.m.
Contemplative Prayer
3:00 p.m.
Divine Mercy
7:15 p.m.
Divorce Ministry
7:00 p.m.
Legion de Maria
Lifeteen - Off
Campus
7:00 p.m.
Agua Viva
7:00 p.m.
K of C
1st Degree
7:00 p.m.
Hispanic Family
Ministry
May 23
7:00 p.m.
Hispanic Prayer &
Support group
Saturday
May 24

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