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Advent

The Holy Redeemer Happenings 2012

www.holyredeemerchurch.org

Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

The Lord is Coming! The vision of life that Advent gives us is twofold; it looks back to the first coming of Christ at Bethlehem, and it looks to the future when Christ will come again. In the interval between these two events we find meaning for our life as a Christian.

Inside: Advent Family Day…….. pg 2 Reconciliation……….….. pg 2 Light the Wreath……….. pg 2 The Giving Tree………… pg 3 The Friendship Tree……. pg 3 Holiday Giving…………. pg 3 Story of St. Nicholas……. pg 4 Prayer to St. Nicholas…… pg 4 St. Nicholas Traditions…. pg 5 Advent Love Letters……. pg 5 Eucharistic Celebrations.. Holiday Memorials…….. Children’s Patgeant…….. School Program………... Join the Choir…………...

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German Roasted Nuts….. Holiday Cheese Balls…... Nuts…………………….. Holiday Gift Cards……...

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November Calendar…….. pg 8

First we celebrate Christ becoming human. We view his life and experience his presence as a human being in our history. Christ came to show us what life can and should be. He gave us true and valid principles by which we can live

true and valid lives. But Jesus knew that the human heart could not live in isolation. He formed the Church around the concept of a people held together by love. In that community we discover unlimited possibilities and meaning. Alone we can do nothing. Together we find real meaning. When Christ left this earth, He did not abandon us. He remains with us in His Spirit, the Church, the sacraments, the Scriptures and each other. He lives in community with us and keeps Continue on page 2...

The Immaculate Conception December 8th Vigil Mass Friday at 6:30 PM Saturday Morning Mass at 8:00 AM

December Calendar…….. pg 9 January Calendar……….. pg 10

(Saturday 5:00 PM Mass is the Anticipation Mass for Sunday) (Holy Day of Obligation) Page 1


Advent Family Day!

The Lighting of the Advent Wreath

Sunday, November 18th Begin your celebration of Advent with a day of crafts and fellowship. This is a special time filled with activities for children and families to increase our understanding of the “Season of Waiting”. Activities begin at 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM, come and go as you wish. We are in need of adult volunteers. Please help make this a fun and successful day. Contact Jennifer Clausheide at 449-7541. We appreciate your help!

...continued from pg 1 His vision of life before us. When Christ comes again, His presence will no longer only in the signs and symbols of the liturgy or the words of the Scriptures. His presence among us will be revealed in all its fullness, a presence that will never end, a presence that will perfect and complete our community.

Sign your family up to light the Advent Wreath at Mass. Each Sunday during Advent a family volunteers to process into Mass with Father Paul at the beginning of Mass to light the Advent Wreath. If you would like to ensure your family has their chance to celebrate in this beautiful moment together contact Fr. Paul at pferguson@evdio.org and include your name, Sunday of choice, contact number and your Mass time preference.

Christmas but also for Christ's Second Coming. This means that when He comes again, we will be awake and watchful. He will not find us asleep. © Liguori Publications Excerpt from Advent - A Quality Storecupboard The Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer

This is the "greater significance" of Advent. In these few short weeks we take in the sweeping panorama of time from Christ's birth to His Second Coming. The season of Advent brings us the magnificent vision of life and hope for the future given to us by Christ. Advent is our time to become more involved, more caught up in the meaning and the possibilities of life as a Christian community. Thus we are preparing not only for

Reconciliation - Preparing for Joy. Come and join in the healing process in preparation of Christ this Advent Season. Efforts have been made to accommodate your schedule. Multiple Priests from the West Deanery will be present for your individual needs. All of Evansville West Deanery are welcome to come and embrace the Mercy

Wednesday, December 5th , NOON, at Resurrection Church Wednesday, December 5th, 6:30 PM, at Holy Redeemer Church Thursday, December 6th 6:30, at Corpus Christi Church

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The Giving Tree Advent is a time of awakening, waiting, anticipating, and preparing for the Lord. Here is another way we can prepare our heart and help those in need. The ‘Giving Tree’ will be in the Narthex of Church from December 1- December 14th. Take an angel from the tree, find the number of the angel & sign your name next to that number in the book. Each angel has listed a specific gift for a special anonymous person. Please return your wrapped gift to the narthex or parish center no later than Dec. 14th. Please do not exceed $20.00 on each gift. Attach the “Angel” to the bottom of the package before returning it. All names on the ‘Giving Tree’ are kept anonymous and are specifically for families in need this Christmas.

The Friendship Tree The ‘Friendship Tree’ will be in the Narthex of Church from Dec 15th - Dec 23rd. It bears on its branches the names and addresses of many of our brothers and sisters in Christ who are shut-ins, nursing homes residents, or grieving the loss of a loved one. Please take a name and reach out this season by sending them a special Christmas card with a caring note. Please include the tag with the Christmas card.

Food For the Holidays Holy Redeemer’s Food Ministry is called ‘Smart Choice Food Source’. It provides boxes of groceries at a reduced and reasonable price for all families. There is no pay scale requirement or special government requirements. It’s simply for those in need, if you eat you qualify. I believe if we all look around hard enough, we could possibly see a family or two in need. Please consider this year donating a box of food to a family in need for the holidays. Cost is only $29.00 for a family, or up to $32.00 for a specialty steakhouse cuts box. You can either donate the money and drop it off in the office with attention Rose Sartore - Food Ministry, and Holy Redeemer will hand deliver to families in need. Or you can simply order a box and deliver it yourself. Either way it is a beautiful gesture in this season of Joy. Orders can be place online at www.smartchoicefood.com or pick up a order form in the narthex or parish office. Also visit the website to view the contents of the food box. Order deadline for November is Nov. 15th for pick up at Holy Redeemer on Nov. 17th. Order deadline for December is Dec. 13 for pick up at Holy Redeemer on Dec. 15th.

A Better Thanksgiving The Beatitudes teach us to feed the poor and to love others as God loves us…. With this in mind, Holy Redeemer is collecting non-perishable goods to donate to local food pantries and soup kitchens. We are asking the school students, Religious Ed. Students, and Liturgy of the Word students to bring the following based on their last name: A - Capp = bleach laundry detergent, dish detergent Carr—Eppler = paper products (ie. paper towels, toilet tissue) Eskew - Hayes = cake mixes, boxed cereals Heacock - Kelley = sugar, flour Kempg - McLin = instant pudding, jello, pancake mix McManus - Pierson = canned vegetables Plocik - Schofield = mayo, ketchup, gravy mix, hamburger helper, syrup Schoolf - Trinh = foil, plastic wrap, wax paper, salad dressing ,pickle relish Turi - Z = soups, beef stew, canned tuna Please bring your items to the alcove of the Narthex before any of the Masses between November 3rd and November 26th.

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The story of

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icholas

The real Santa lived a long time ago in a place called Asia Minor. It is now the country of Turkey. His name was Nicholas. Nicholas' parents died when he was just a teenager. His parents left him a lot of money which made him a rich young man. He went to live with his uncle who was a priest. Nicholas heard about a man who had lost all his money. He had three daughters who were old enough to get married. But in those days young women had to have money in order to get married. This money was a "dowry" and it was used to help the new family get started. If you didn't have dowry money, you didn't get married. This family was so poor they had nothing left to eat. The daughters were going to be sold as slaves because they couldn't live at home any longer. They were very sad. They wouldn't be able to have families of their own. And they would have to be slaves—no longer able to decide where they would live or what they would do. The night before the oldest daughter was to be sold, she washed her stockings and put them in front of the fire to dry. Then all of them went to sleep—the father and the three daughters. In the morning the daughter saw a lump in her stocking. Reaching in, she found a small, heavy bag. It had gold inside! Enough to provide food for the family and money for her dowry. Oh, how happy they were! The next morning, another bag with gold was found. Imagine! Two of the daughters would now be saved. Such joy!

And the next night, the father planned to stay awake to find out who was helping his daughters. He dozed off, but heard a small "clink" as another bag landed in the room. Quickly he jumped up and ran out the door. Who did he catch ducking around the corner? Nicholas, the young man who lived with his uncle. "Nicholas, it is you! Thank you for helping us—I hardly know what to say!" Nicholas said, "Please, do not thank me—thank God that your prayers have been answered. Do not tell others about me." Nicholas continued helping people. He always tried to help secretly. He didn't want any attention or thanks. Years passed and he was chosen to be a bishop. Bishops look after their people as shepherds look after their sheep. And that is what Nicholas did. When there wasn't any food, he found wheat; so no one went hungry. He always helped people in trouble. All his life Nicholas showed people how to love God and care for each other. Everyone loved Nicholas. After he died, they told stories of the good and kind things Nicholas had done. Sailors took these stories about Nicholas everywhere they went. Some of the stories were about his special care for children—helping and protecting them when danger threatened. And so more and more people learned about good, kind Nicholas. They wanted to be like him. He is an example of how we should live. And that is why he became a saint. This is the story of the real Santa Claus, St. Nicholas. To this day people say that St. Nicholas, or Santa, is the special friend of children.

The Feast of St. Nicholas of Myra , December 6th. God our Father, we pray that through the intercession of St. Nicholas, you will protect our children. Keep them safe from harm and help them grow and become worthy in your sight. Give them strength to keep their Faith in You; and to keep alive their joy in your creation. Through Jesus Christ Our Lord.

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Holiday Eucharistic Celebrations Thanks Giving Day Mass 9:00 am Feast of the Immaculate Conception The United States Patronal Feast (Holy Day of Obligation)

Vigil Mass 6:30 pm on Dec 7th Saturday Morning Mass at 8:00 am

Holiday Memorials Would like to have a loved one remembered at Christmas Day masses through the Christmas Flower Memorial Fund? A “flower Offering” envelope is included in our December offerings envelopes. Please return it to the Parish Office or in the Sunday collection by December 16th. Those remembered in Christmas Memorials will be listed in the special Christmas program. Memorials will be accepted after Dec. 18th, but will not be published. Please give to the Christmas Memorial Fund rather than bringing in flowers.

Christmas Eve 3:30 pm Children’s Christmas Pageant 4:00 pm Children’s Christmas Mass 11:00 pm Caroling in Church 11:30 pm Midnight Mass Christmas Day 9:00 am Christmas Mass New Years Eve Mary Mother of God (Holy Day of Obligation)

Vigil Mass 6:30 pm New Years Day Mary Mother of God Mass 9:00 am

Children’s Christmas Pageant Would you like your child to be a part of this year’s Children’s Christmas Pageant? Any child between the ages 3 and 14 are invited to join. Adults, we need your help! Adult volunteers are needed to make this a wonderful and successful pageant. Adults and kids can sign up in the narthex of church or e-mail Doug Rasler at drasler@evdio.org. Please include the number of youth participating, their ages, and their names. Practices for the pageant will be December 8th and 15th, 9:30-11:00am.

Holy Redeemer School Fine Arts Program

Dec. 18th 5:30 PM in the Cafeteria

Performed by: Holy Redeemer School

6:30 PM in the Church

Join the Music Ministy Are you interested in being a part of the music ministry at Holy Redeemer? Maybe you've thought about joining one of the choirs or being a cantor but didn't know when or how to do so? Well the time is now and it's as easy as an email or phone call. This is an open invitation for singers and instrumentalists (youth and adults) with a passion for making joyful music and sharing it with those around them. If interested or even just curious, please email Josh Riedford atjriedford@evdio.org or call (812)499.1999. Thanks!

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DEC 6th

6 Family Traditions

Here are 6 simple and fast ways to keep the Feast Day of St. Nicholas of Myra a special tradition in your family’s home. 1. *MOST POPULAR - On the night before his feast, Saint Nicholas has been known to leave bags, stockings, or shoes filled with gifts and treats for the children as a small foretaste of the graces God desires to give His children while they are in this world to help them attain Heaven. St. Nicholas comes to them in Jesus Name. 2. In the morning, along with the usual family morning prayers, we should read aloud an account of the life and works of St. Nicholas. If the account we have in books is too hard for little children to understand, see page 4 of this newsletter to help your little ones understand. 3. Copy the little prayer from St. Nicholas on to the top half of a 3x5 card. Fold the card in half and stand one next to each person's place at the meal table to be read with the grace before meals. Prayer:"O God, who did adorn, by the working of countless miracles, the holy bishop Nicholas; grant we beg You, that by his merits and prayers, we may be delivered from the pains of hell." 4. To keep the spirit of this feast in a special way, the evening meal should be a festive one. The table can be covered with a beautiful white table cloth to coincide with the white vestments worn today at Mass. Use the best China. The meal should be eaten by candlelight. 5. Fashion a pretty centerpiece of evergreen boughs symbolizing everlasting life. Place a statue or picture of St. Nicholas , bishop, in the center. Adorn each side of this centerpiece with 2 red candles to be lit all during the festive evening meal. There is a classical painting often printed on small cards, of St. Nicholas tossing the bags of gold in the window of the home of the 3 daughters who, without this dowry, would have been sold into a life of sin. It can form the basis of a little discussion of the importance of modesty and purity for our children. 6. During Bedtime prayers, pray the prayer on the back of a holy card of St. Nicholas; "Prayer for Children" "God our Father, we pray that through the intercession of St. Nicholas, you will protect our children. Keep them safe from harm and help them grow and become worthy in Your sight. Give them strength to keep their Faith in You; and keep alive their joy in your creation. Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen."

Advent Love Letters This year decide to do something different. Plan to share Advent with your family in Words of Affirmation. In a nutshell, take the time to hand write 23 little love letters to someone in your family, or your whole family and string them up in your home for everybody to see. Each day on the way to Christmas they get to read a love letter from mom or dad. You may possibly even go the extra step and include grandparents, neighbors, and friends. Words of Affirmation are an amazing tool to heal the soul. This is an amazing way to prepare your hearts for Christmas this year! This may be one Advent Tradition that sticks around for years!

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Holiday Fundraising German Roasted Nuts We’re selling Homemade German Roasted Nuts again this year! They were delicious last year, so don’t miss out on your chance to spice up your holidays this year. Pre Order your nuts before November 30th and pick them up on December 8th & 9th after all weekend Masses. 1 lb of Mixed German Roasted Nuts in decorative bag ………$15 1 lb of Mixed German Roasted Nuts in decorative tin………..$20 *All proceeds go to Holy Redeemer Church.

Holiday Cheese Balls—Youth Fundraiser Back with an overwhelming Mmmm...Mmmm...Mmmmm! The Holiday Cheese Balls are back this year! Made with love and care by your Favorite High School Youth, these cheese balls help form the spirituality of our youth through activities such as March For Life, Mission Trip, and Spiritual Retreats. Save your time and energy this year and pick up these family favorites for your holiday parties. Cost only $8.00, flavor is beef and onion. Can freeze. Selling Nov. 17th & 18th or Dec 1st & 2nd after all the weekend Masses. Hope You Enjoy! *All proceeds go to Youth Ministry activities.

Nuts Consider going that little extra step and purchasing your nuts for your holiday baking needs at Holy Redeemer!! Bags of nuts (assorted types) will be sold after the weekend Masses during the season of Advent. To order a larger amounts contact Ann Burdette. *All proceeds go to Holy Redeemer.

Gift Cards (SCRIP) Christmas season is the perfect season to consider the Holy Redeemer Gift Card Program. As we choose Christmas gifts for our friends, family, and employees…..don’t forget gift cards! Purchase a Lic’s gift card….and 20% returns for debt reduction. Purchase a GD Ritzy’s gift card...and 15% returns for debt reduction Purchase Bar B Q Shack, Barnes & Nobles, Donut Bank, Los Bravos, ect…...and receive at least 10% back for debt reduction. AND THE LIST GOES ON AND ON! Or use the cards to purchase your gifts for your family and friends. Choose from over 100 places! Place your order early in the parish office, Narthex SCRIP Office, or school office and help reduce our debt. (School family proceeds may partially go to tuition)

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26 3:00 pm Youth Choir 7:00 pm St. Vincent DePaul Food Drive Ends

25 8:00 am RCIA 9:15 am Rel. Ed. Classes 10:30 am Liturgy of the Word 6:00 pm HRYG Youth Sunday

Feast Day of St. Nicholas of Myra

Tue

Thursday 8:00 am Mass

Friday 8:00 am Mass

Thu

Sunday 8:00 am Mass 10:30 am Mass

29 6:30 Choir Practice

9:00 am Mass School/Offices Closed

Thanks Giving Day

22

15 6:00 pm Stewardship Com. 6:30 pm Choir Practice Smart Choice Food Deadline

8 6:30 pm Choir Practice 6:30 pm Spiritual Life 7:00 pm Community Involvement

Adoration Chapel Anniversary

1 All Saints Day

Saturday 8:00 am Com. Service 5:00 pm Mass

28 1:30 pm Rel. Education 6:00 pm Knights of Columbus 6:30 pm NO MASS 6:30 pm 1st Reconciliation

21 1:30 pm Rel. Education 5:30 pm Strengthening Families No School

20 9:00 am Legion of Mary .

27 9:00 am Legion of Mary 6:30 pm Parish Council

14 1:30 pm Rel. Education 5:30 pm Strengthening Families 7:00 Teen Council

7 1:30 pm Rel. Education 5:30 pm Strengthening Families

Wed

13 9:00 am Legion of Mary 5:00 pm Knights of Columbus 6:30 pm Finance Committee

9:00 am Legion of Mary 6:30 pm Education Com.

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Wednesday 8:00 am Com. Service 6:30 pm Mass

19 3:00 pm Youth Choir 7:00 pm St. Vincent DePaul

18 Advent Family Day Follow-up Weekend Parish Coffee Holiday Cheese Ball Sale 8:00 am RCIA 9:15 am Rel. Ed. Classes 10:30 am Liturgy of the Word 6:00 pm HRYG Youth Sunday

Tuesday 8:00 am Mass

12 3:00 pm Youth Choir 7:00 pm St. Vincent DePaul

11 Connected in Faith Commitment Weekend 8:00 am RCIA 9:15 am Rel. Ed. Classes 10:30 am Liturgy of the Word 6:00 pm HRYG Youth Sunday

Monday 8:00 am Communion Service

5 3:00 Youth Choir Practice 7:00 St. Vincent DePaul

Mon

4 8:00 am RCIA 9:15 am Rel. Ed. Classes 10:30 am Liturgy of the Word

Sun

Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

November 2012 Nov 12th only

Sat

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17 Smart Choice Food pick up Holiday Cheese Ball Sale

10 Tap & Cork

3 Confirmation Food Drive Begins in Narthex

Individual Reconciliation is available in the back of church, Saturdays at 4:00 pm or with appointment. Contact Parish Office at 4248344 to make an appointment.

30 German Roasted Nuts Order Deadline

23 School/Offices Closed 8:00 am Com. Service

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10 3:00 pm Youth Choir 7:00 pm St. Vincent DePaul

9 2nd Sun. Advent German Roasted Nuts Sale

31 New Years Eve

30

6:30 pm Vigil Mass for the Solemnity of Mary Mother of God

24 Christmas 3:30 Children Pageant 4:00 Mass 11:00 Caroling 11:30 Midnight Mass School/Office Closed

School/Office Closed

18 9:00 am Legion of Mary 5:30 pm School Fine Arts Program

Father Paul’s Birthday!

11 9:00 am Legion of Mary 6:00 Knights of Columbus 6:30 pm Finance Com.

4 9:00 am Legion of Mary 6:30 Education Com.

Tue

Monday Tuesday 8 am C. Service 8 am Mass

School/Office Closed

9:00 am Christmas Mass

Eve 25 Christmas Day

25

23 4th Sun. Advent 6:00 pm HRYG Youth Sunday The Friendship Tree Deadline

10:30 am Liturgy of the Word 6:00 pm HRYG Youth Sunday

Parish Coffee/Friendship Tree 8:00 am RCIA/9:15 am Rel. Ed.

16 3rd Sun. Advent Celebration Weekend Breakfast with Santa

10:30 am Liturgy of the Word 1:00 pm Legion of Mary 2:00 pm Jr. High Caroling 6:00 pm HRYG Youth Sunday

17 3:00 pm Youth Choir 7:00 pm St. Vincent DePaul

3 3:00 pm Youth Choir 7:00 pm St. Vincent DePaul

2 1st Sun. Advent Holiday Cheese Ball Sale The Giving Tree 8:00 am RCIA 9:15 am Rel. Ed. Classes 10:30 am Liturgy of the Word 6:00 pm HRYG Youth Sunday

8:00 am RCIA/9:15 am Rel. Ed.

Mon

Sun

Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

Wednesday Thursday 8 am C Service 8 am Mass 6:30 pm Mass

26 8:00 am Com. Service 6:30 pm Com. Service (There will not be a Mass) School/Office Closed

27 8:00 am Com. Service School/Office Closed

20 6:00 pm Stewardship Com. 6:30 pm Choir Practice

13 6:30 pm Choir Practice 6:30 pm Community Involvement Com. Smart Choice Food Deadline

6:30 pm Deanery Reconciliation at Corpus Christi

6 6:00 pm Stewardship Com. 6:30 pm Choir Practice

Thu

6:30 pm Vigil Mass for the Immaculate Conception

Fri

29

22 3:00 - 4:45 pm Reconciliation (last chance for Advent)

Individual Reconciliation is available in the back of church, Saturdays at 4:00 pm or with appointment. Contact Parish Office at 4248344 to make an appointment.

28 8:00 am Com. Service School/Office Closed

21

German Roasted Nuts Sale

Mass 8:00 am Mass

(Holy Day of Obligation)

The Immaculate Conception

15 8:00 am Smart Choice Food pick-up

8

1 Holiday Cheese Ball Sale

Sat

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14 The Giving Tree Deadline

7

Friday Saturday Sunday 8 am Mass 8 am C. Service 8 am Mass 5:00 pm Mass 10:30 am Mass

19 1:30 pm Rel. Education 5:00 - 6:15 pm Reconciliation

12 1:30 pm Rel. Education

5 Noon - Deanery Reconciliation at Resurrection 1:30 pm Rel. Education 6:30 pm Deanery Reconciliation at Holy Redeemer

Wed

December 2012

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14 3:00 pm Youth Choir 7:00 pm St. Vincent DePaul

21 3:00 pm Youth Choir 7:00 pm St. Vincent DePaul

13 8:00 am RCIA 9:15 am Rel. Ed. Classes 10:30 am Liturgy of the Word 6:00 pm HRYG Youth Sunday

20 Lenten Family Day Parish Coffee 8:00 am RCIA 9:15 am Rel. Ed. Classes 10:30 am Liturgy of the Word 6:00 pm HRYG Youth Sunday

Monday 8:00 am Communion Service

Tue

Thursday 8:00 am Mass

29 9:00 am Legion of Mary 9:00 am - 2:00 pm Pint Size Heros Blood Drive

22 9:00 am Legion of Mary 6:30 pm Parish Council

15 9:00 am Legion of Mary

8 9:00 am Legion of Mary 6:00 pm Knights of Columbus 6:30 pm Finance Com.

School/Office Closed

Mass 9:00 am (holy day of obligation)

Mary Mother of God

1 New Years Day

Wednesday 8:00 am Com. Service 6:30 pm Mass

Catholic Schools Week

28 3:00 pm Youth Choir 7:00 pm St. Vincent DePaul

Tuesday 8:00 am Mass

27 8:00 am RCIA 9:15 am Rel. Ed. Classes 10:30 am Liturgy of the Word Pilgrimage for Life Returns

7 3:00 pm Youth Choir 7:00 pm St. Vincent DePaul

6 8:00 am RCIA 9:15 am Rel. Ed. Classes 10:30 am Liturgy of the Word 6:00 pm HRYG Youth Sunday

No School

Mon

Sun

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Friday 8:00 am Mass

Saturday 8:00 am Com. Service 5:00 pm Mass

Sunday 8:00 am Mass 10:30 am Mass

Catholic Schools Week

Catholic Schools Week

Pilgrimage for Life

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19

12

5 High School Youth CLUE Night

Sat

Individual Reconciliation is available in the back of church, Saturdays at 4:00 pm or with appointment. Contact Parish Office at 4248344 to make an appointment.

Pilgrimage for Life

Pilgrimage for Life Begins

31 6:30 pm Choir Practice

25 8:00 am Com. Service

18 Jr. High Ski Trip

11

4

Fri

24 6:30 pm Choir Practice

17 6:30 pm Choir Practice 6:00 pm Stewardship Com.

10 6:30 pm Choir Practice 6:30 Spiritual Life Com.

3 6:30 pm Choir Practice

Thu

30 1:30 pm Rel. Education

23 1:30 pm Rel. Education 6:00 pm Knights of Columbus

16 1:30 pm Rel. Education

9 1:30 pm Rel. Education 7:00 pm Teen Council

2 School Resumes 1:30 pm Rel. Education

Wed

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