Posts from ‘August, 2017’

From the Pastor’s Desk,

As we celebrate Labor Day this weekend we are celebrating and honoring the American worker. The first Monday in September was chosen by Peter J. Maguire (although recent research has shown that it might have been his brother Matthew’s idea), a labor […]

WE ARE CALLED

Would you like to learn more about our faith? We have a great opportunity to attend Father Lewis’ adult education sessions on Sunday mornings at 10am. The first session was held last Sunday and we’re ready for more. Due to the holiday, […]

SENIOR UNLIMITED AFTERNOON GAMES

On Sept. 11th we will gather from 1:15 -2:00pm (ish) to play some games. You can decide if you want to play a game that requires some skill or merely rely on luck. I am suggesting those of you with difficulty walking […]

PSR SPECIAL LEARNERS CLASS

We are reinstating our Parish School of Religion special learners class. This class is for students with learning disabilities like autism and other learning disabilities who might not be able to keep up with a regular class. Our classes are on the […]

Knights of Columbus Blood Drive

Success! 11 units were collected. Thank you to all participants!

Fr. Joseph Stoverink, August 20, 2017

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From the Pastor’s Desk,

The last couple of years I have been much more involved in the lives of several of our seminarians, especially Josh Carroll, Andrew Williams, Deacon Joseph Stoverink (now Fr. Joseph our Associate Pastor). For the past 8 months I have been the […]

PCCW AND ST MARTHA’S GROUP

We will begin meeting again on Wed., Sept. 6, at 9:15am; right after the 8:30 Mass. Along with other matters of discussion, we will be looking at the PCCW budget, making suggestions, and ratifying it for the year. Because St. Martha’s Group […]

SENIOR UNLIMITED AFTERNOON GAMES

On Sept. 11th we will gather from 1:00 -2:00Ish pm to play some games. You can decide if you want to play a game that requires some skill or merely rely on luck. I am suggesting those of you with difficulty walking […]

WE ARE CALLED

I love St. Ignatius’s First Principle and Foundation, as explained by Father Michael Gaitley in his Consoling the Heart of Jesus study program. “Man is created to praise, reverence, and serve God our Lord, and by this means to save his soul. […]