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MINISTRY SCHEDULE FOR NEXT WEEKEND St. Francis—Feb. 15th—4:30PM: Lector—Betty Ellen Hardy; Servers—Declan Giannone; Rosary—Mary Shaughnessy St. Francis—Feb. 16th—8:00AM: Lector—Rosanne Williams; Servers—Katie and Thomas Williams; Rosary—Martha Strojny St. Augustine—Feb. 16th—10:30AM: Lector—Judy Adams; Servers—Abigail & Tyler Rebello; Rosary—Ann Zalepa (new volunteers are welcome & needed) If at any time you see that a volunteer is needed for any ministry, please feel free to step forward and volunteer your services.

The Roman Catholic Community of ST. BRIGID PARISH, (St. Francis Xavier Church, Friendsville, Pa. and St. Augustine Church, Silver Lake, Pa.)

DECEASED Please pray for the deceased, especially Regina Pierson and Daniel Siracuse, Jr., who were known to many in our Community. May they rest in peace. Amen. SANCTUARY LIGHTS, ADORATION VIGIL CANDLES & DEVOTIONAL CANDLE DONATIONS A Devotional Candle at St. Francis burns for a Special Intention requested by Joe Purr. A Devotional Candle at St. Francis burns for a Special Intention. The Sanctuary Light at St. Francis burns in Memory of John Boyle requested by his wife Rosemary and son Kevin. CHURCH CLEANING St. Francis cleaner for the month of February is Laura Legg. St. Augustine cleaners Feb. 9 to 15—Anne & Sally Hawley; Feb. 16 to 22—Susie Reichlen. Volunteers are needed to clean St. Augustine Church. If you can help, call the rectory. PRAYER LIST Lord, hear our prayers for the sick of our Parish and Community listed below and for those who are not listed and in need of our prayers. Katelyn Andre, Michael Haefner, Bill Jones, Jr., David Zevan, Rita Powers, Debbie Jones, Julia Zangara, Kyle Stoddard, Mary Lou Gregg, Sophie Padula, Madigan Gow, John Flynn, Christine Rothwell, Donald & Theresa Baum, Mary Bakay, Donnie Butler, Tommy Williams, Stephen Ambrose, Toni Colardino, Evelyn Palulis, Mary Riley, Tom Wenman, Linda Hollenback, Jennifer Lynn, Jerry Lynch, Tyler Fletcher, Anna Mae Coleman, Joshua Welch, Jean Ryan, Richard Hutchinson, Joshua Kaminski, Kathy Holt, Aleisya Abrams, Agnes Neville, Steve Hundiak, Christopher Polk, Mary K. Long, Mary Lou Fahs, Molly Penderf, Butch Rosencranz, Ruth King, George Kotch, Brooke Arnold, Peg Taylor, Hallie Brooks, Ken Roon, Rosemary Boyle, Sarah Murnigahan, Candy Coney, Walter O’Rourke, William Chaney, Mary Cadden, Frank & Sandy Szabo, Nancy Lynch, Daniel Gavin, Sue Anderson, June Riley, John Bauer, Adam Kelly, Francis Zernone, Shawn Burns, Quinn Seymour, Roman Drab, Doddie Mondi, Pauline VerValen, John & Alberta Zielinski, Bob Fedroff, Virginia Raftis, Fred Russell, Dorothy Catlin, Marie Donahue, Nancy, Matt & Emily, Bob Murphy, R. C., Robyn Lawson, Vicky Nelson, Marie Chillemi, Robert Peifer, Kevin Phalen, Rita Flynn, Mike Rafferty, Elton Carr, Peter Purtell, Kaleena Dughi, George Moore, Molly Getter, Sam Miner, Debbie Drewry, Helen Taylor, Bill Sheredy, Dewey Newhart, Bub Davis, Tom Fitzgerald, Rusty Carmen, J. K., Ronalee Eckert, Theresa Noldy, Javina Davis, and Chelsea Judson. May they regain full health. Please pray for the needs in our Parish Intention Books. Our Lady of Good Health, pray for us. Amen. ARMED FORCES LIST Please pray for those in our Armed Forces, especially those from our Parish and Community, Cortney Allen, Christopher Reichlen, Patrick Allen, Shane Kalpokas, Ryan Gormley, Mike Griffith, Daniel Hogan, Matthew Kramer, Dustin Ryder, Ricky Trowbridge, Bobby Brostoski, Ryan Neville, Anthony Flynn, Jason Raymond, A. Jay Tewksbury, Jennifer Buttacavoli, Andrew Muscarelle, Adam Barziloski, Reed Shave, John Matousek, David Teetsel, Lisa Phillips, Carrie Krouse, Ryan Newberry, Wayne M. Bennett, Lukas Crisman, Duane Thomas, Joseph Elliott, Michael and Sean Plitt, Mark W. Gregg, Bradley J. Bryant, Taylor Cain, and all who serve with them. May they all be protected and safe from harm and return home soon to their families and friends. Amen. Please call the rectory when the person you put on the Prayer List or Armed Forces List can be removed. If you know of anyone on the list who has passed away, please let us know so that their name can be removed from the list. OIL SPILL: Please continue to pray for a successful cleanup of the remainder of the spill.

(St. Brigid’s Cross)

PARISH MISSION STATEMENT “We the faithful of the Roman Catholic Community of St. Brigid Parish, (St. Francis Xavier and St. Augustine Churches), in union with our Holy Father, the Pope, and the Diocese of Scranton, are called through baptism to share in the mission which Jesus Christ has entrusted to the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. We in this Faith Community, under the leadership of our Bishop and our Pastor, cooperate to proclaim the Gospel in accordance with the teaching of the Church, to celebrate the sacraments, especially the Eucharist, for the salvation of all, and to witness by grace to the Kingdom of God so as to promote a culture of life, justice and peace. We especially endeavor to foster spiritual growth and evangelization in our present and future generations by drawing parish members back to active participation.”

P.O. Box 75 • 17 Cottage Street • Friendsville, Pa. 18818 www.ourparishcommunity.com • Phone (570) 553-2288 E-mail: sfxc@epix.net Father Casimir (Cas) Stanis, Pastor Kenneth S. Brennan, Deacon


WORLD DAY OF THE SICK THIS Tuesday, February 11th is the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes and World Day of the Sick. Anyone wishing to receive the Sacrament of the Sick will be anointed following weekend Masses this weekend. (If you would like to be anointed but can’t attend Mass, please call the office 570-5532288 to arrange anointing.) Please pray for all the sick in our Parishes, Community and World. BLESSED CANDLES Blessed Candles are available in the back of Church. A small box is next to them for donations. PASTORAL COUNCIL MEETING—RESCHEDULED AGAIN The Pastoral Council Meeting has been rescheduled to Wednesday, February 26th, (the regularly scheduled date), at 6:00PM in the Rectory. All members are invited and encouraged to attend.

MASS SCHEDULE Church - VIGIL: 5TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JOSEPH & HELEN GRIFFIN by Mike & Mary Ellen Griffin St. Francis Church - 5TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 3rd Anniv. RALPH WARNER by Mary Warner St. Augustine Church - INTENTIONS OF OUR PARISHIONERS St. Francis Church - BOBBY PURTELL by Tom Golden St. Augustine Church - LARRY MONAHAN by Rosalynd Perlick-Spencer St. Francis Church - MARY ANN AMBROSE by Bob Butler NO MASS NO MASS St. Francis Church - VIGIL: 6TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME RALPH & MARIE GESFORD by Gary & Helena Arbosheski St. Francis Church - 6TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME INTENTIONS OF OUR PARISHIONERS St. Augustine Church - CARL SPENCER by Joe & Judy Adams

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8

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CONFESSION SCHEDULE Saturday - 4:30PM Mass - St. Francis Church - Confessions - 4:00 to 4:20PM Sunday - 8:00AM Mass - St. Francis Church - Confessions immediately following Mass Sunday - 10:30AM Mass - St. Augustine Church - Confessions - immediately following Mass Or any convenient time upon request. WEEKLY STEWARDSHIP REPORT Thank you for your kindness & generosity in our Parish collections: St. Francis (4:30PM) $ 784.00; St. Francis (8:00AM) $ 785.00; St. Augustine (10:30AM) $ 1,112.00. LIFELINES “The future of humanity passes by way of the family.” ~Pope John Paul II, Familiaris Consortio, 86. “Society as a whole must defend the conceived child's right to life and the true good of the woman who can never, in any circumstances, find fulfillment in the decision to abort.” ~ Pope Benedict XVI, address to the Pontifical Academy for Life, February 26, 2011 HOLY COMMUNION UNDER ONE ELEMENT AND SHAKING HANDS As the winter cold & flu season is upon us already, we are suspending shaking hands at the sign of peace. Please acknowledge those around you with a wave or nod of the head. We will also have Holy Communion under one species; the Precious Blood will not be offered until further notice.

PARISH LOTTERY CALENDARS Parish Lottery Calendars are available in the back of the Churches. Calendars are $ 20.00 each. They run from April 1st thru December 31st, 2014. Each family in our Parish is asked to take at least (5) calendars to sell. There are both packages of (5) calendars and loose (single) calendars available. (Please do not break up the packages.) You are asked to please sign the calendars out on the sign out sheet provided. Please help to make this very important fund raiser a success again this year! THANK YOU ~ COLLECTION FOR CARE & EDUCATION OF PRIESTS Thank you to everyone for their generosity in last weeks collection for the Care & Education of Priests. Our collection total was $ 356.00. ALTAR & ROSARY KNIFE RADA SALE St. Brigid Altar & Rosary Society is selling Rada knives as an on-going fund raiser. Orders can be placed with a member of the Altar & Rosary or can be placed on-line by going online to www. helpourfundraiser.com and use customer number 504671. The password is mrsa01pw. Do not use capital letters in the password. WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION His Excellency, the Most Reverend Joseph C. Bambera, D.D., J.C.L., Bishop of Scranton, and the Office for Parish Life wish to invite couples celebrating their 25th or 50th wedding anniversary in 2014 to a Diocesan Wedding Anniversary Mass on Sunday, June 22nd. The event includes a 2:30PM Mass at St. Peter’s Cathedral followed by a reception. Requests for an invitation, with a mailing address, should be made through St. Brigid Parish Office by THIS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH.

SPECIAL PROGRAM ON CTV: BISHOP-ELECT JOSEPH R. KOPACZ CTV: Catholic Television has produced a special program on Bishop Joseph R. Kopacz, who was ordained and installed as the 11th Bishop of Jackson, Mississippi on February 6th. The program can be viewed on the Diocesan website at http://www.dioceseofscranton.org/media/pope-francisappoints-father-joseph-r-kopacz-ph-d-diocese-of-scranton-priest-as-bishop-of-jackson-mississippi/ DIOCESAN ANNUAL APPEAL UPDATE St. Brigid Parish Appeal goal is $ 23,750.00, the same as last year. Currently we have (138) pledges for a total of $ 20,235.00. We are ONLY under our goal by $ 3,515.00. Thank you to everyone for your generosity. If you did not already make a pledge, envelopes are available in the back of the Churches for your pledge. Completed pledges may be placed in the collection basket or mailed to the Rectory. ADORATION OF OUR LORD He dwells in our Church day and night until the end of time. O come let us adore Him, Christ our Lord. Visit our King in Eucharistic Adoration at St. Augustine’s Chapel. For a permanent hour or to substitute call Andrea Chen at 607-669-4875.


WORLD DAY OF THE SICK THIS Tuesday, February 11th is the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes and World Day of the Sick. Anyone wishing to receive the Sacrament of the Sick will be anointed following weekend Masses this weekend. (If you would like to be anointed but can’t attend Mass, please call the office 570-5532288 to arrange anointing.) Please pray for all the sick in our Parishes, Community and World. BLESSED CANDLES Blessed Candles are available in the back of Church. A small box is next to them for donations. PASTORAL COUNCIL MEETING—RESCHEDULED AGAIN The Pastoral Council Meeting has been rescheduled to Wednesday, February 26th, (the regularly scheduled date), at 6:00PM in the Rectory. All members are invited and encouraged to attend.

MASS SCHEDULE Church - VIGIL: 5TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JOSEPH & HELEN GRIFFIN by Mike & Mary Ellen Griffin St. Francis Church - 5TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 3rd Anniv. RALPH WARNER by Mary Warner St. Augustine Church - INTENTIONS OF OUR PARISHIONERS St. Francis Church - BOBBY PURTELL by Tom Golden St. Augustine Church - LARRY MONAHAN by Rosalynd Perlick-Spencer St. Francis Church - MARY ANN AMBROSE by Bob Butler NO MASS NO MASS St. Francis Church - VIGIL: 6TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME RALPH & MARIE GESFORD by Gary & Helena Arbosheski St. Francis Church - 6TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME INTENTIONS OF OUR PARISHIONERS St. Augustine Church - CARL SPENCER by Joe & Judy Adams

Sat. Feb.

8

4:30PM St. Francis

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9

8:00AM

Mon. Feb. Tue. Feb. Wed. Feb. Thur. Feb. Fri. Feb. Sat. Feb.

10:30AM 10 12:00NN 11 8:30AM 12 8:30AM 13 14 15 4:30PM

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CONFESSION SCHEDULE Saturday - 4:30PM Mass - St. Francis Church - Confessions - 4:00 to 4:20PM Sunday - 8:00AM Mass - St. Francis Church - Confessions immediately following Mass Sunday - 10:30AM Mass - St. Augustine Church - Confessions - immediately following Mass Or any convenient time upon request. WEEKLY STEWARDSHIP REPORT Thank you for your kindness & generosity in our Parish collections: St. Francis (4:30PM) $ 784.00; St. Francis (8:00AM) $ 785.00; St. Augustine (10:30AM) $ 1,112.00. LIFELINES “The future of humanity passes by way of the family.” ~Pope John Paul II, Familiaris Consortio, 86. “Society as a whole must defend the conceived child's right to life and the true good of the woman who can never, in any circumstances, find fulfillment in the decision to abort.” ~ Pope Benedict XVI, address to the Pontifical Academy for Life, February 26, 2011 HOLY COMMUNION UNDER ONE ELEMENT AND SHAKING HANDS As the winter cold & flu season is upon us already, we are suspending shaking hands at the sign of peace. Please acknowledge those around you with a wave or nod of the head. We will also have Holy Communion under one species; the Precious Blood will not be offered until further notice.

PARISH LOTTERY CALENDARS Parish Lottery Calendars are available in the back of the Churches. Calendars are $ 20.00 each. They run from April 1st thru December 31st, 2014. Each family in our Parish is asked to take at least (5) calendars to sell. There are both packages of (5) calendars and loose (single) calendars available. (Please do not break up the packages.) You are asked to please sign the calendars out on the sign out sheet provided. Please help to make this very important fund raiser a success again this year! THANK YOU ~ COLLECTION FOR CARE & EDUCATION OF PRIESTS Thank you to everyone for their generosity in last weeks collection for the Care & Education of Priests. Our collection total was $ 356.00. ALTAR & ROSARY KNIFE RADA SALE St. Brigid Altar & Rosary Society is selling Rada knives as an on-going fund raiser. Orders can be placed with a member of the Altar & Rosary or can be placed on-line by going online to www. helpourfundraiser.com and use customer number 504671. The password is mrsa01pw. Do not use capital letters in the password. WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION His Excellency, the Most Reverend Joseph C. Bambera, D.D., J.C.L., Bishop of Scranton, and the Office for Parish Life wish to invite couples celebrating their 25th or 50th wedding anniversary in 2014 to a Diocesan Wedding Anniversary Mass on Sunday, June 22nd. The event includes a 2:30PM Mass at St. Peter’s Cathedral followed by a reception. Requests for an invitation, with a mailing address, should be made through St. Brigid Parish Office by THIS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH.

SPECIAL PROGRAM ON CTV: BISHOP-ELECT JOSEPH R. KOPACZ CTV: Catholic Television has produced a special program on Bishop Joseph R. Kopacz, who was ordained and installed as the 11th Bishop of Jackson, Mississippi on February 6th. The program can be viewed on the Diocesan website at http://www.dioceseofscranton.org/media/pope-francisappoints-father-joseph-r-kopacz-ph-d-diocese-of-scranton-priest-as-bishop-of-jackson-mississippi/ DIOCESAN ANNUAL APPEAL UPDATE St. Brigid Parish Appeal goal is $ 23,750.00, the same as last year. Currently we have (138) pledges for a total of $ 20,235.00. We are ONLY under our goal by $ 3,515.00. Thank you to everyone for your generosity. If you did not already make a pledge, envelopes are available in the back of the Churches for your pledge. Completed pledges may be placed in the collection basket or mailed to the Rectory. ADORATION OF OUR LORD He dwells in our Church day and night until the end of time. O come let us adore Him, Christ our Lord. Visit our King in Eucharistic Adoration at St. Augustine���s Chapel. For a permanent hour or to substitute call Andrea Chen at 607-669-4875.


MINISTRY SCHEDULE FOR NEXT WEEKEND St. Francis—Feb. 15th—4:30PM: Lector—Betty Ellen Hardy; Servers—Declan Giannone; Rosary—Mary Shaughnessy St. Francis—Feb. 16th—8:00AM: Lector—Rosanne Williams; Servers—Katie and Thomas Williams; Rosary—Martha Strojny St. Augustine—Feb. 16th—10:30AM: Lector—Judy Adams; Servers—Abigail & Tyler Rebello; Rosary—Ann Zalepa (new volunteers are welcome & needed) If at any time you see that a volunteer is needed for any ministry, please feel free to step forward and volunteer your services.

The Roman Catholic Community of ST. BRIGID PARISH, (St. Francis Xavier Church, Friendsville, Pa. and St. Augustine Church, Silver Lake, Pa.)

DECEASED Please pray for the deceased, especially Regina Pierson and Daniel Siracuse, Jr., who were known to many in our Community. May they rest in peace. Amen. SANCTUARY LIGHTS, ADORATION VIGIL CANDLES & DEVOTIONAL CANDLE DONATIONS A Devotional Candle at St. Francis burns for a Special Intention requested by Joe Purr. A Devotional Candle at St. Francis burns for a Special Intention. The Sanctuary Light at St. Francis burns in Memory of John Boyle requested by his wife Rosemary and son Kevin. CHURCH CLEANING St. Francis cleaner for the month of February is Laura Legg. St. Augustine cleaners Feb. 9 to 15—Anne & Sally Hawley; Feb. 16 to 22—Susie Reichlen. Volunteers are needed to clean St. Augustine Church. If you can help, call the rectory. PRAYER LIST Lord, hear our prayers for the sick of our Parish and Community listed below and for those who are not listed and in need of our prayers. Katelyn Andre, Michael Haefner, Bill Jones, Jr., David Zevan, Rita Powers, Debbie Jones, Julia Zangara, Kyle Stoddard, Mary Lou Gregg, Sophie Padula, Madigan Gow, John Flynn, Christine Rothwell, Donald & Theresa Baum, Mary Bakay, Donnie Butler, Tommy Williams, Stephen Ambrose, Toni Colardino, Evelyn Palulis, Mary Riley, Tom Wenman, Linda Hollenback, Jennifer Lynn, Jerry Lynch, Tyler Fletcher, Anna Mae Coleman, Joshua Welch, Jean Ryan, Richard Hutchinson, Joshua Kaminski, Kathy Holt, Aleisya Abrams, Agnes Neville, Steve Hundiak, Christopher Polk, Mary K. Long, Mary Lou Fahs, Molly Penderf, Butch Rosencranz, Ruth King, George Kotch, Brooke Arnold, Peg Taylor, Hallie Brooks, Ken Roon, Rosemary Boyle, Sarah Murnigahan, Candy Coney, Walter O’Rourke, William Chaney, Mary Cadden, Frank & Sandy Szabo, Nancy Lynch, Daniel Gavin, Sue Anderson, June Riley, John Bauer, Adam Kelly, Francis Zernone, Shawn Burns, Quinn Seymour, Roman Drab, Doddie Mondi, Pauline VerValen, John & Alberta Zielinski, Bob Fedroff, Virginia Raftis, Fred Russell, Dorothy Catlin, Marie Donahue, Nancy, Matt & Emily, Bob Murphy, R. C., Robyn Lawson, Vicky Nelson, Marie Chillemi, Robert Peifer, Kevin Phalen, Rita Flynn, Mike Rafferty, Elton Carr, Peter Purtell, Kaleena Dughi, George Moore, Molly Getter, Sam Miner, Debbie Drewry, Helen Taylor, Bill Sheredy, Dewey Newhart, Bub Davis, Tom Fitzgerald, Rusty Carmen, J. K., Ronalee Eckert, Theresa Noldy, Javina Davis, and Chelsea Judson. May they regain full health. Please pray for the needs in our Parish Intention Books. Our Lady of Good Health, pray for us. Amen. ARMED FORCES LIST Please pray for those in our Armed Forces, especially those from our Parish and Community, Cortney Allen, Christopher Reichlen, Patrick Allen, Shane Kalpokas, Ryan Gormley, Mike Griffith, Daniel Hogan, Matthew Kramer, Dustin Ryder, Ricky Trowbridge, Bobby Brostoski, Ryan Neville, Anthony Flynn, Jason Raymond, A. Jay Tewksbury, Jennifer Buttacavoli, Andrew Muscarelle, Adam Barziloski, Reed Shave, John Matousek, David Teetsel, Lisa Phillips, Carrie Krouse, Ryan Newberry, Wayne M. Bennett, Lukas Crisman, Duane Thomas, Joseph Elliott, Michael and Sean Plitt, Mark W. Gregg, Bradley J. Bryant, Taylor Cain, and all who serve with them. May they all be protected and safe from harm and return home soon to their families and friends. Amen. Please call the rectory when the person you put on the Prayer List or Armed Forces List can be removed. If you know of anyone on the list who has passed away, please let us know so that their name can be removed from the list. OIL SPILL: Please continue to pray for a successful cleanup of the remainder of the spill.

(St. Brigid’s Cross)

PARISH MISSION STATEMENT “We the faithful of the Roman Catholic Community of St. Brigid Parish, (St. Francis Xavier and St. Augustine Churches), in union with our Holy Father, the Pope, and the Diocese of Scranton, are called through baptism to share in the mission which Jesus Christ has entrusted to the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. We in this Faith Community, under the leadership of our Bishop and our Pastor, cooperate to proclaim the Gospel in accordance with the teaching of the Church, to celebrate the sacraments, especially the Eucharist, for the salvation of all, and to witness by grace to the Kingdom of God so as to promote a culture of life, justice and peace. We especially endeavor to foster spiritual growth and evangelization in our present and future generations by drawing parish members back to active participation.”

P.O. Box 75 • 17 Cottage Street • Friendsville, Pa. 18818 www.ourparishcommunity.com • Phone (570) 553-2288 E-mail: sfxc@epix.net Father Casimir (Cas) Stanis, Pastor Kenneth S. Brennan, Deacon


PARISH PRAYER CHAIN If you would like to help respond to prayer requests (for anyone in need-not just Parishioners), please contact Rosalynd Perlick-Spencer (570-663-2212), Susie Reichlen (570-553-2618), or Mary Keenan (570-553-2431). If you have actual prayer requests, please call anyone on the list and many prayers will be offered for your particular intention. FREE FOOD DISTRIBUTION VIA THE WEINBERG FOOD BANK Free food distribution for those in need—RESIDENTS OF SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY ONLY. Distribution date is Tuesday, February 18th, from 11AM to 1PM and 5PM to 7PM, at the Little Meadows United Methodist Church, Penn. Ave., Little Meadows. Any resident of Susquehanna County who needs food is welcome. For more information, leave a message at 570-623-2746. SHEETS & BLANKETS NEEDED Old/used sheets and blankets are needed to make sleeping bags for the homeless. If you are cleaning out your closet, please consider donating them for this worthy cause. Donations can be left in the back of the Churches or dropped off at the Rectory, (if no one is there, please leave donations on the porch by the driveway). All donations are most welcome. Also needed are old, used neckties (not clip-on). NEUMANN CENTER BOTTLE & CAN DRIVE The CYO basketball teams are sponsoring a bottle & can drive to replace the scoreboard control box. You can drop donations at Neumann Hall Tuesday nights between 6 & 9PM or anytime at the Vestal Center Redemption Center, Route 26 next to the Car Wash and VanDervort’s Mini Mart. (Just mention your donations are to benefit St. Brigid Parish/CYO.) Thank you for your support. CYO VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL SENIOR NIGHT All Parishioners and friends are invited to attend St. Brigid’s team’s final home game of the season. The game will be held THIS Sunday, February 9th, at 6:00PM at Neumann Hall. Please come out to support our team and say good bye to seniors. There will be a pre-game ceremony for seniors and their families. Please come out and pack the house in support of our home town team!!! Thank you for your support—the Coaches

MOM’S HOUSE NEWS MOM’S HOUSE ROCKERTHON: The Rockerthon will be held on Saturday, March 22nd, from 11:00AM to 3:00PM, at Our Saviour Lutheran Church, 731 Hooper Road, Endwell, next to Highland Park. You can register as a group or as an individual. Registration forms are available in the back of Church today or you can get one on line at www.momshouseny.org . Emcee will be Steve Willett, “That DJ Guy”. It will be a fun-filled day with free food and drinks all day. There will be prizes and other exciting entertainment, as well as trivia contests. Come and rock as long as your schedule permits. For more information, please call Diane at 1-607-644-9972. PANCAKE BREAKFAST: The JC Lions Club will host a Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, March 9th, from 8:00AM to 12Noon, at the JC Knights of Columbus, 120 Main Street, Johnson City. Tickets are $ 7.00. Age (3) and under are FREE. You can purchase tickets at the door or call Mom’s House at 1-607-644-9972. CAPUCHIN SISTERS OF NAZARETH ~ COME AND SEE IF GOD MAY BE CALLING YOU The Capuchin Sisters of Nazareth will host a Religious Life Discernment Retreat for young women ages 16 to 30. The Retreat will be held Friday, March 28th beginning at 4:00PM and continuing thru Sunday, March 30th at 11:30AM. Reservations are required. Please contact Sr. Christina at 570-745-3334 or www.cnsisters.com . The Retreat will be held at Mother of the Eucharist Convent, 6100 Jacks Hollow Road, Williamsport, Pa. Brochures are available in the back of the Churches with more information.


February 9, 2014 bulletin