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ILE ULTRASOUND CLINIC by Angela Clark, Director of A Best Choice Mobile Ultrasound & Pregnancy Resource Center

Since 2012, I have been the Director of A Best Choice Mobile Ultrasound and Pregnancy Resource Center. We are Northern Virginia’s only mobile ultrasound clinic, which provides free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds,and counseling to women in unplanned pregnancies. Over the last three years, we have counseled 440 women, given 326 ultrasounds, and have saved 95 babies whom we know of by our pro-life efforts. I have been a veteran counselor for 22 years providing pro-life support to women experiencing crisis pregnancies. I have also worked in the ProLife Office of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and am an Auxiliary Member of the Legion of Mary. I hold a Master of Public Administration in Nonprofit Management from George Mason University and helped to found a Pro-Life Student Group there. I and my co-presenter, John Murray, offer a Diocesan-approved, pro-life presentation called, “When a Friend Says, ‘I’m Pregnant,” which gives young adults the tools to help their friend choose life. It has been given to over 400 stu-

dents at Bishop O’Connell High School, St. Veronica, St. Francis de Sales, Our Lady of Angels, Christ the Redeemer, George Mason University, Camp Joshua, and St. Ann’s in Washington, D.C. My mother, Lee Haney, and I joined the Legion of Mary and our first assignment was to volunteer at AAA Women for Choice Pregnancy Resource Center in Manassas in the 90’s. I later became a regular volunteer on Saturday mornings, the busiest day for the abortion facility next door to the pregnancy resource center. I joined the staff after several years and in response to hearing about an abortion facility opening close to my alma mater, George Mason University, decided to start a mobile medical clinic to offer free ultrasounds to women in unplanned pregnancies in Northern Virginia. The mobile unit, which consists of a 21-foot recreational vehicle and an ultrasound machine provided by thirteen Knights of Columbus Councils, travels close to the abortion facilities in Northern Virginia.


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Statistics show that 90% of abortion-minded women who see their child on ultrasound and hear their baby’s heartbeat will bond with their child and choose life. If only about 10% of women are walking into traditional pregnancy resource centers, we need to go where they are. A Best Choice is the first mobile pregnancy resource center in Northern Virginia ministering on the frontlines to women who are being pressured to think of anything but the life of their child growing inside them. A mobile unit is more convenient and less intimidating for women in crisis pregnancies. A Best Choice also offers free ultrasounds to women who are referred from pregnancy resource centers that do not offer ultrasound. Our Medical Director, Dr. Kirsten Ball, facilitates the ultrasound from the RV, enabling women to encounter the humanity of their developing child on screen. Through the miracle of ultrasound, most women experience instant, maternal bonding which will hopefully lead them to make a life-affirming decision. In addition to providing compassionate one-on-one counseling, referrals for prenatal care are provided and A Best Choice works closely with Gabriel Project and Tepeyac Family Center. They also work with maternity homes, such as Paul Stefan Home and Mary’s Shelter, and, at times, provides financial assistance to women.

You can reach A Best Choice Mobile Ultrasound & Pregnancy Resource Center at (703) 946-3077 or at abestchoiceforyou@gmail.com To see stories and videos of “saved” babies, please go to www.abestchoice.us!

N.B. I am a parishioner of Sacred Heart in Manassas. Our website for our supporters is www.abestchoice.us and our website for the women we see is ABC Women’s Health and Ultrasound Center at www.abcwomenshealth.com. *Courtesy Photos

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AT ST. JOHN PAUL THE GREAT CATHOLIC

HIGH SCHOOL, TEACHING IS

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How did vocation

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discern your a teacher?

Kelly: I can only answer for myself here, but it all began when I thought I wanted to sing on Broadway (in my younger years), so that’s what I worked toward. I received my degree in music education, basically because my parents made me. They wanted to be assured that if Broadway didn’t work out, I’d still be employed, or at least employable. In between my junior & senior years of college, I had the opportunity to perform professionally for the summer at the Spoleto Festivals of Two Worlds in Charleston, SC and Spoleto, Italy. While I loved the travel aspect of the trip, I actually found out that I hated the performing part of the trip. I loved the choir concerts that we performed, but I really didn’t enjoy the opera performances or the performance-based lifestyle that we lived. As the summer wore on, I enjoyed it less and less. It gave me some great memories, but it put a huge question mark on my career choice. Then once I graduated, got married, and got my first teaching job, I found that I LOVED teaching. I loved everything about it. I felt like I had come home. It was where I belonged. I love music, as you know, but I also love working with students of every age. It is a glimpse into the future of someone whom I can hopefully help to reach their hopes and dreams. I can give them skills they need to achieve their goals. I hadn’t really given up the Broadway dream, per se, but other

things became more important to me like my marriage and the children we were raising. Broadway took a back seat to my real vocation as wife and mother. I still loved music and continued to teach and work for parishes as a music director, choir director, and cantor. Even teaching took a backseat until my children got older. Then it was time to go back to teaching full time. I especially felt called to JP. From the first moment that I drove up the driveway I felt a very strong calling to work here. I applied and became music director here in 2012 right after the first class graduated. It was great and I loved it! So have I completely given up on Broadway? Yes, and no. If someone called me and said they had found the perfect role for me and they would love for me to play that part, well, I’d have to give it a try! But it isn’t something that I’d pursue on my own. I’m happy to help someone else achieve that dream, though! Frank: With my twenty-eight year career as a Captain in the Coast Guard coming to an end in 2013, I was looking for a second career that I would enjoy and continue to give my life meaning and purpose. I had been teaching at the National War College at the National Defense University in DC. I found I loved teaching so I thought it might be a good fit. Mr. Shawn McNulty, the current principal at JP, knew me from my years of coaching wrestling at the Hylton Boys and Girls Club and was hopeful that I might be interested in


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coaching at JP after I retired from the Coast Guard. I was interested in the offer but I felt that to be effective as a coach, I needed to be on the faculty at the school. I was asked to apply for a teaching job and I did, receiving an offer to teach in the social studies department. I gratefully accepted the offer after much prayer, and now I am finishing up my seventh year of teaching (AP U.S. History, AP Human Geography, European History, and Personal Finance) and coaching at the school. I very much felt a calling to serve God through teaching at a Catholic high school where Jesus is the center of everything that is done. Jacob: I have been teaching since my second year out of college and am currently in my 4th year at John Paul. I had considered teaching when I was a young teen, as I always enjoyed explaining a difficult concept in school to my friends, but thought that since the pay was so low, I would prefer another occupation. After graduating from Old Dominion, I began work as a personal trainer at a couple of gyms in the Northern VA/Stafford area. My client base was generally young athletes, so I had a lot of free time during the day and was invited by my parents to consider substitute teaching at John Paul. My year of subbing turned out to be Mr. Dobson’s last year before retiring and I was asked if I’d be interested in applying, so I did, and here I am! I currently teach Weight Training, Advanced Weight Training, and Health, but I also periodically teach PE 1 and Lifetime Sports.

What you

joys and struggles have experienced recently?

The successes that we’ve each had at work, play, or in our personal lives have brought tremendous joy. We love watching our children grow up to be wonderful people, and to love and respect one another. We’re so proud of what they have accomplished in their lives, and how they live their lives as good, hardworking, and faithful people as well. Shannon, our oldest, works for the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play in NYC. She handles all the marketing for the NY, Toronto, and San Francisco shows for that company. Josh is a contractor for the government, working at Coast Guard headquarters. Jake works with us at JP, and has a wonderful way with students. Joseph is an engineer and works at Newport News Shipbuilding, while Christian works as an engineer for a security company up in Reston. All of our children graduated from Virginia colleges with a bachelor’s degree and two of them have received or are working toward a master’s degree. We like to say we have two Dukes, two Monarchs, and a Hokie. Our son, Joshua’s, upcoming wedding in May to a wonderful young woman from Baltimore is another joy for us. She’s a great addition to our family!! We’re so happy for the two of them! Some of our struggles revolve around

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health issues, balancing work and family life, and finding enough time to do all that we want to do. We all work too hard and put in many long hours. We’re all overachievers, and sometimes we have to remind one another that we need to make time for family events, quiet time, or just down time in general. Kelly was recently diagnosed with RA (Rheumatoid Arthritis) and has to watch how much time she works. Exhaustion and fever is a major side effect of this disease and sometimes it sidetracks everything she wants to do. We find that we have to schedule date nights and family time to make sure that we have our time together doing non-school related activities like going out to dinner and Kingett Pizza Night.

along with racing. I’ve run both 5Ks and 10Ks and I was training for a half marathon when I fell and broke my hand last fall. With having RA, it was very hard to get the proper amount of training in to successfully run a half, so I’ll have to save that for when I retire. In the meantime, my goal is to run a race in all 50 states at some point in my life. So far, I’m up to 12 states. This spring & summer, I’m hoping to add 5-7 more states to that number.

What hobbies interest each of you?

Jacob - I enjoy just about any sport that exists. Coaching is also a passion of mine that I can’t imagine not doing. When I have the time, I also love to read.

Kelly - running, reading, cooking, watching old movies, and traveling. There are many more, but these are keeping me busy at the moment! Running started after I’d lost 80 lbs and my nieces asked if I wanted to run with them one day. We all signed up for the Princess 5K in Disney World, and I ended up loving it! OK, some days I really hate it, but I love crossing the finish line, getting the race bling or treats, and all the comradery that goes

Frank - hiking, tennis, biking, and most outdoor activities. Kelly and I purchased a fifth wheel RV last summer so we have gone camping on long weekends and are planning a cross-country trip soon. Coaching wrestling and tennis keeps me busy year round but I love it, so it is a labor of love.

How are you involved in parish life? Frank & Kelly are parishioners at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Lake Ridge. Kelly offers her time to help with the music and liturgy department as the need arises and provide support to the Music Director. In the past, Frank was part of the Holy Fam-


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ily parish council and the finance council. All Kingett family members have gotten roped into singing with the choir at one time or another! Jacob is a parishioner at OLA where he attends Mass regularly. He was a Summer Friendship director at Holy Family for two summers. We were all very active parishioners at Holy Family, which is a wonderful parish, but as everyone moved away, and Kelly changed jobs, we needed a change in our parish life, too. It was time to take a step back and focus on the prayer life aspect of our parish life. We had been so active for so long in every place we had lived. We were good at being a “Martha”, but we felt that it was time to be more like “Mary” and take a more prayerful place. Share how you remain strong in your Catholic faith and how you have helped your adult children keep the faith. Catholicism has the fullness of truth and truth is attractive. We live in an era where truth has become relative to a lot of people, so it’s hard to separate fact from fiction. I think that we focus on truth first and foremost. There have been struggles throughout our lives, but we tried not to lose track of what is real, true, and beautiful. That IS the Catholic Faith. Sometimes it’s

messy, but when you take all the superficial things away that may be muddying the waters, it’s really about Truth. You can’t run from that. And then there are those wonderful sacraments that are such beautiful gifts! They are our superhighways to salvation! How could we ever turn away from that? We can’t. It’s just that simple. We keep it real, and we take the time to teach our children as much as we can and to expose them to the beauty of our faith. Even when life gets hard, Jesus is there as a friend and helper. During a particularly difficult time, I (Kelly) had a hard time praying because of the tragic death of friends of our family. I remember telling, and not asking, God to just walk with me, but not talk. I wasn’t ready to listen, but He could accompany me on my sad journey. I learned that He could handle that better than I. God can handle the tough stuff as well as the little things. Through this we hope that they see its importance in all aspects of our lives and in theirs as well. We also hope that they see the very real relationship that we have with Jesus: the good, the bad, and the ugly! He’s not just an historical figure - he is a friend to each and every one of us, and we in turn seek friendship with him in all that we do.

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My name is Elizabeth Shanks, and I am involved in the Daughters of Veronica in Eucharistic Stewardship (DOVES) Ministry. Prior to my introduction to the DOVES ministry, I often found myself wondering where my faith would lead me in the future. I didn’t really think much about the future when I began; I was only in middle school. I thought I would have my whole life ahead of me before even needing to think about my involvement in the Catholic Church beyond just going to Mass on Sundays. To be quite frank, I wasn’t sure where my life was heading in any capacity--I didn’t think about the direction I wanted my life to go in, or where I would end up for a career. Then I became a DOVE. Once there, it was as if my eyes were opened to endless more possibilities than I could imagine, and I found myself surrounded by people who were just as young as I was that didn’t know a whole a lot about where their lives were going, but they knew they wanted to be a part of the Catholic Church. We meet once a month on the First Saturday for a family holy hour and a workshop. We discuss theology and scripture, as well as ways we can better ourselves through Christ and our families. Since DOVES is also a mother/ daughter organization, it’s helped me to bond with my mom while we were going through some pretty rough times.

I’ve never felt closer to her in my whole life up until that point than in those moments when we were surrounded and bonded through Christ at the monthly DOVES meetings. Beyond getting involved in our own parish , DOVES also gives me the opportunity to learn about other people in Virginia who are on their own journeys of faith. Once a year, the DOVES will dedicate a meeting to writing cards for seminarians in the area. I learned how much these seminarians truly need our prayers and support--they are going through higher education that, while it leaves a feeling of fulfillment when completed, is a long process that can take up to a decade for some. When I wrote those cards, I felt as though I was offering the best support I could, even though I couldn’t be there to help them directly. People don’t always realize that support, even from far away, can mean the world to someone who is trying to go through schooling so they can help other people on their own journeys. It truly is a beautiful profession, and they hold the utmost respect in my heart. Had it not been for DOVES, I may not have known the struggle of these seminarians. I thank God every day for the opportunities these seminarians are given, and I pray that their journey leads them to a fruitful end. I also thank God for the people I have met through DOVES,


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and all I have learned in this ministry as a result of these families’ compassion and guidance through Christ. I am a senior in high school, and I am getting ready to continue my education at James Madison University in the fall of 2020. It will certainly be a big transition, and it has kept me up at night thinking about how different things will be. It’s almost like I’m a little kid again--the same questions arise of, where will I go? what will I do? how am I going to do this by myself? It scares me to think that this will be my first venture into the real world without my family to be right there beside me. But I know that no matter how far away I am, I won’t be alone. God will always be by my side and lead me down the right paths when trouble comes my way. Oftentimes in school when I am feeling overwhelmed or like I can’t handle anything going on in my life, I turn to God and He guides me through it. He hasn’t failed me yet! I’ve managed to remain successful in my schoolwork, and I have no doubt that His guidance will prevail once I’m at college come the next few months. Life has not been shy about throwing challenges and obstacles my way, but praying to God and surrounding myself with Christ-centered friends and my family has led me to amazing opportunities I may not have had otherwise. The best part about being

Catholic has been the lessons it has offered me throughout my life thus far. I have found myself in the company of others who may have made poor decisions in their lives, or they may have skewed ideas of what love and compassion are. I’ve even met some people whose morals are so far off the correct path that it’s frightening to witness them going through that. However, in spite of seeing so much hurt in the people around me, it hasn’t strayed me from my beliefs. If anything, it’s strengthened them. I see these people and I pray for them, and I pray that they can find their way. Before I know it, I’m helping them to find who they really are after being lost for so long. I’m helping them to learn the true definition of love and kindness, God’s definitions. I’ve learned all about the trials a single person can go through in one lifetime and how to bounce back from them. God does not set us back--He merely tests our trust in Him and His ways. I’ve learned all about the people around me, and how to help those in need. Even if those troubled souls don’t know the prayers I’ve dedicated to them for the rest of their lives, it is enough for me to know that I simply made a difference by praying for them. I value every lesson the Catholic church and community has taught me, and I know that I will hold them near and dear to my heart for as long as I live.

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Simple Reflection:

St Joseph, Lent, and Hospital Ministry by Father Stefan Starzynski

St Joseph is a beautiful patron for Lent. We are called to fast, pray, and give alms. We are called to be more like St Joseph: a faithful man who always followed God’s inspiration. When God spoke to him through an angel, ‘Joseph did what he was told.’ Like Joseph, we are called to be faithful to God.

could be remaining silent while we do God’s Will. St. Joseph spoke no words. Like Joseph, we can be quiet when we are called to do God’s Will. As a hospital chaplain, I ask you to consider offering prayers for all the sick in the hospital. Saint Joseph calls us to be faithful in quiet ways.

Perhaps one of our intentions this Lent

Publisher’s note: Pictured with Father Stefan is our own Joseph Sutton, whom you may remember from issue number four as he shared his beautiful and faith-filled conversion story. Recently Joe underwent a simple medical procedure that resulted in unexpected, serious complications and open heart surgery. Father has been a great comfort to Joe and to all those he serves as a hospital chaplain for the Arlington Diocese. Please keep Father in your prayers, as well as Joe, who is still in the hospital at press time.

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ST. JOSEPH’S CREAM PUFFS by Colleen Rooney www.celebratecatholiclife.com

CREAM PUFFS INGREDIENTS (for 10 cream puffs of 20 minis) ½ cup of butter or margarine 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour ¼ tsp. salt 4 eggs FILLING INGREDIENTS 1/3 cup of sugar 1 tbsp. all-purpose flour 1 tbsp. cornstarch ¼ tsp. salt 1 ½ cups milk 1 slightly beaten egg yolk 1 tsp. vanilla ½ cup whipping cream, whipped GLAZE INGREDIENTS 1 ½ cups sifted confectioners’ sugar 2 squares (2 oz.) semisweet chocolate 1 tbsp. butter or margarine 1 tsp. vanilla extract 2 to 2 ½ tbsp. hot tap water Optional: cherries or whipped cream for decorating

DIRECTIONS (PREHEAT OVEN TO 450) 1.Melt butter in 1 cup of boiling water. 2. Add flour and salt all at once, stir vigorously. 3. Cook and stir till mixture forms a ball that does not separate. 4. Remove mixture from heat; cool slightly. 5. Add eggs, one at a time, beating after each till smooth. 6. Drop by tablespoon 3 inches apart on greased cookie sheet for ten cream puffs, or drop by teaspoon for mini cream puffs. 7. Bake at 450 degrees for 15 minutes, then at 325 degrees for 25 minutes. 8. Remove from oven; split puffs in half horizontally. 9.Turn oven off, put cream puffs back in oven to dry, about 20 minutes. 10. Cool on rack. DIRECTIONS (For Custard) 1. In saucepan, combine sugar, flour, cornstarch, and salt. 2. Gradually stir in milk. 3. Cook and stir till mixture thickens and boils; cook and stir 2 to 3 minutes longer. 4. Stir in a little hot mixture into egg yolk; return to hot mixture. 5. Cook and stir till mixture just boils. Add vanilla; cool. Beat smooth; fold in whipped cream DIRECTIONS (For Glaze) 1. Melt semisweet chocolate and butter in microwaveable bowl on high for 40 seconds. Stir thoroughly. 2. Combine remaining ingredients and stir till smooth and of a glazing consistency. 3.Add a few more drops of water to thin, if necessary. Use immediately. DIRECTIONS FOR ASSEMBLING THE CREAM PUFFS 1. Place split puffs top and bottom side by side. 2. Place about ¼ cup of French Cream filling in bottom half of puff. 3.Cover with top half. 4. Drizzle chocolate glaze over top of cream puff. Repeat. Makes ten.


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COUNTY PARISH DIRECTORY

OUR LADY OF ANGELS 13752 Marys Way, Woodbridge, VA 22191 (703) 494-2444

ST. FRANCIS 18825 Fuller Heights Rd, Triangle, VA 22172 (703) 221-4044

SACRED HEART 12975 Purcell Rd, Manassas, VA 20112 (703) 590-0030

HOLY FAMILY 14160 Ferndale Rd, Woodbridge, VA 22193 (703) 670-8161

ST. ELIZABETH ANN SETON 12805 Valleywood Dr, Lake Ridge, VA 22192 (703) 494-4008

HOLY TRINITY 8213 Linton Hall Rd, Gainesville, VA 20155 (703) 753-6700

ALL SAINTS 9300 Stonewall Rd, Manassas, VA 20110 (703) 368-4500


LENTEN CONFESSION SCHEDULES OUR LADY OF ANGELS

ST. FRANCIS

ST. ELIZABETH ANN SETON

Monday 6:30 PM Tuesday 6:00 AM, 8:30 AM Wednesday 6:30 PM Thursday 6:30 AM, 8:30 AM Friday 6:30 PM Saturday 3:30 PM

Wednesday 7:30 - 8:30 PM Saturday 4:00 - 5:00 PM

Monday 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Wednesday 6:30 - 8:00 PM Friday 9:30 - 10:15 AM Saturday 3:30 - 4:30 PM

SACRED HEART

HOLY TRINITY

Wednesday 7:00 - 8:00 PM Saturday 3:30 - 4:30 PM

Tuesday 6:30 - 7:30 PM Thursday 5:30 - 6:45 PM Friday after 9:00 AM Mass Saturday 4:00 - 5:20 PM, 6:30 PM (Bilingual)

HOLY FAMILY

ALL SAINTS

Wednesday 6:30 - 8:00 PM Friday 7:00 - 7:30 PM (6:30 - 7:00 PM on 1st Fridays) Saturday 8:30 - 9:00 AM, 4:00 - 4:30 PM

Wednesday 6:30 - 8:00 PM Friday 7:30 - 8:00 AM (7:00 - 7:45 PM on 1st Fridays) Saturday 3:00 - 4:00 PM Lenten Penance Service: April 7th 6:30 - 8:30 PM


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An inspirational monthly magazine by Catholics in Prince William County, Virginia