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 May 28/29, 2016

 

PARISH

 

MEMORIAL DAY MASS will take place this Monday, May 30 at 11:30 a.m. in the cemetery.  All parishioners of the Catholic Community of Northern Columbia County are

invited to attend.  This will be an outdoor Mass, so please bring a folding chair or stool if you wish.  Should there be inclement weather, the Mass will be held in the church.

 

OFFICE CLOSED Monday - Have a safe holiday!

 

MONDAY NIGHT STITCHERS will not meet on Monday, May 30.  Resume Monday, June 6.

 

COMMISSIONING OF MASS MINISTERS will take place next weekend, June 4/5 at all Masses.

 

            

SUMMER LUNCHES FOR KIDS

 

 St. John’s volunteers will be preparing and serving lunch weekly on Wednesdays and Thursdays.  Adult volunteers must have Virtus training. Anyone interested in helping is asked to contact Carol Kelly at 784-2593 or Sharon Hall at

758-7472 for all the details and time commitment.

 

The program provides a healthy lunch between the hours of 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church in Valatie each weekday from July 5 until August 26. 

 

 

SUMMER LUNCH FOR KIDS Support Collection will take place next weekend, June 4/5.  This collection will ensure financial support for our volunteers to provide a healthy enjoyable lunch.  Please make checks payable to St. John the Baptist Church with Summer Lunch Program in the notation.     

 

 

35th ANNIVERSARY IN THE PRIESTHOOD

 

All are invited to

celebrate this joyful event in honor of

 

Fr. John Molyn, Fr. Jim Belogi and Fr. Donald Rutherford

 

Next Sunday, June 5

 

                               Vespers at 3:00 p.m.

Pot luck dinner will take place afterwards.

 

 PLEASE Sign-up or call the office 758-9401

to facilitate the planning.

Sheets are posted on the bulletin boards.

 

 

 

LAST WEEK’S COLLECTION was $6,130.25.

Same week last year was $3,927.17.

Collection for Church in Central and Eastern Europe was

$805.25.

 

WE ARE ON FACEBOOK go to www.facebook.com/stjohnsvalatie

 

FAITH FORMATION

 

TO OUR CATECHISTS - As we come to the end of our teaching year, may God bless each of you without whom God’s work could not have been done.  You shared your  faith with the children and young adults while meeting the call of your jobs, family or school work, a difficult balancing act at many times.  The parish family is grateful for your dedication.  

 

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CAVE QUEST

          Following Jesus, the Light of the World

July 11-15                           9-noon

For children entering Kindergarten to 5th Grade

$25 per child with paid registrations

before June 1 ($30 after)

 

 

   VBS VOLUNTEER PLANNING MEETING

Wednesday, June 1 – 6:00 p.m. in the church hall

 

 

INTERFAITH BACCALAUREATE

for

 the 2016 Graduating Seniors,

families and friends.

 

Thursday, June 23, at 7:00 p.m.

at St. John the Baptist

 

Seniors are encouraged to participate in the

planning meeting on Tuesday, May 31, 7:00 p.m.

at St. John the Baptist downstairs gathering space

and make your baccalaureate special.

Questions, contact Ruth Ellen

758-1828 or faithformationatstjohns@yahoo.com

 

 

READING MATERIALS available at the entrances of the church. Latest copies of U. S. Catholic with topics of Urban Renewal and more are free.  Check it out.

 

BISHOP’S APPEAL 2016 - commitment envelopes are in the pews and at the entrances of the church.  You can make your gift online, at www.TheBishopsAppeal.org.  

Checks should be made out to Bishop’s Appeal.

With every thousand dollars pledged/donated we add color to our church poster of a stained glass window.

 

To date: 79 families have pledged/gifted $22,909.23 to reach our goal.                                                      

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                                                                             $59,687.00

Thank you for participating.

 

HOUSEKEEPING - If you choose not to take a bulletin home with you, please return it to the entrance of the church. Thank you.

 

Pastor’s Blog

 

A team of hard-working, dedicated volunteers will soon transform St. John the Baptist’s lower level into the depths of a magical cave, ready for fun exploration and faith-filled adventures this summer at Vacation Bible School!

“Cave Quest: Following Jesus, the Light of the World” will truly be a tri-parish collaboration, with volunteers of all ages and children in kindergarten through fifth grade from St. James, St. John’s, and St. Joseph’s coming together from July 11th through 15th to get excited about their faith and learn more about Jesus. It’s our third tri-parish VBS, with “Kingdom Rock” in 2014 and “Everest” in 2015.

Each day of VBS, which lasts from 9 a.m. to noon, offers children a Bible point, key verse, Bible story, and special buddy – all relating to the central theme. This summer, children will learn about how “Jesus Gives Us Hope” (Day 1), “Jesus Gives Us Courage” (Day 2), “Jesus Gives Us Direction” (Day 3), “Jesus Gives Us Love” (Day 4), and “Jesus Gives Us His Power” (Day 5). Cave Quest provides something for everyone’s varied interests: singing, dancing, arts and crafts, science experiments, Bible lessons, outdoor games, themed snacks, movies, a saint of the day, God sightings, and a service project to help others in need.

What’s more, Vacation Bible School isn’t just for the children… it touches the lives of every single person who participates, including the teen volunteers, adult leaders, families, friends, our parishes, and our communities. Everyone at VBS teaches and learns from each other, and by the end of the week, no one is the same as before. Teen volunteers also cultivate leadership skills through VBS that will serve them well for their futures.

Our three parishes’ religious-education classes are finished for this school year, but Vacation Bible School encourages us to remember that learning does not cease at the classroom door – and that Faith Formation is a continuous, lifelong process!

    

 

CATHOLIC CHARITIES Benefit Event

 

JAZZ in the GARDEN

featuring Chris Ferrone Trio

 

Wine and Refreshments               Sunday, June 26

3-5 p.m.      rain or shine

 

At the home of Tom & Joanne Murphy

23 White Bridge Rd., Old Chatham 

Donation $60 per person.  RSVP 392-1529 or knausshouse@fairpoint.net

Check payable to Catholic Charities

 

 

THIS WEEK’S MASS SCHEDULE

 

Sat   5/28  4:00 Edwin Strehler by Mickey

                 & Sandy Conlee

               & Debbie Simonsmeier by

                 Rob & Katherine Havelka

Sun   5/29  7:30 Isabel Arndt by Paul

                 Arndt

               & Mary & Donald Rutherford

                 by their family

           10:30 Larry Nicholson by the

                 Lockmer Family

               & Valarie Horwedel by the 

                 Barkley Family

Mon   5/30 11:30 Deceased Members of Our

                 Nation’s Military

Wed   6/1  11:00 Robert G. Cole by Carl

                 Cappello & Carol

                 Calobrese

Sat   6/4   4:00 Fr. Peter Nabozny by

                 Maureen Dourney

               & Donald Primiano by Amelia

                 Nabozny

Sun   6/5   7:30 Mary & Donald Rutherford

                 by Charles & Andrea

                 Rutherford

               & Martin Pisano by the

                 Colgan Famiy

           10:30 Isabel Arndt by Paul

                 Arndt

               & Patricia O’Keefe by her

                 family

 

 

Please keep in your prayers the sick and homebound of our parish and those who care for them:  

Jim Ackermann, Elmer Allen, Bob Babirad, Eileen Bracone, Alfred Carpentier, Sandra Critelli, Stephanie de Lancastre, Michael Doyle, Beth Drzymala, William Dupuis, Mary Fleming, Donald Gaylord, Janet Gregory, Thomas Gregory, Mary Hayes, Deborah Igras, Lisa Jacob, Nancy Kelly, Noreen Kennedy, Dennis Knoll, Pinky Laviano, William Lindberg,  Mary Ann Lizzi, Mark McIntosh, Marianne Martinez, Judy Martino,  Caroline Martone, Catherine Meyers, Damian Monahan, Melissa Ann Murray, Amelia Nabozny, Ann Neary, Raymond Novak, JoAnn O’Shea, Pappalardo Family, David Picchione, Tim Renn, Rosemarie Rizzo, Alice Salvatore, Eileen Scott, Maddi Sidarous,  Katy Smith, Special Intentions, Sean Spicer, Charles Stickles, Kevin Sutton, Nancy Taggart Turgeon, Diane Van Tassel, Matthew West, Carol Wisenhunt, and Erica Wordon.

 

 

Next Sunday’s Readings:             

1 Kings 17:17-24                 I will praise you, Lord,      

Galatians 1:11-19                for you have rescued me.

Luke 7:11-17                                             

 

 

NEVER ALONE Grief Support Group is meeting June 8 & June 29 from 2:30 - 4:00 p.m. in the rectory.  For more information please call the office at 758-9401.




Most Holy Trinity – May 21/22, 2016

 

PARISH

 

SECOND COLLECTION for the Church in Central and Eastern Europe will take place this weekend.  The collection provides training for seminarians, pastoral care, catechesis and builds the future in the region.  Please make checks payable to St. John the Baptist Church as we send one check to the diocese. There will be a second pass of the basket.

 

 

35th ANNIVERSARY IN THE PRIESTHOOD

 

All are invited to

celebrate this joyful event in honor of

 

Fr. John Molyn, Fr. Jim Belogi and Fr. Donald Rutherford

 

Sunday, June 5

 

                               Vespers at 3:00 p.m.

Pot luck dinner will take place afterwards.

 

Signing-up will facilitate the planning.

Sheets are posted on the bulletin boards.

 

 

The BLOOD DRIVE was successful with a collection of

70 units.  The blood will serve the special needs of many people.  We thank the members of the Knights of Columbus for sponsoring this event.

 

            

SUMMER LUNCHES FOR KIDS

 

 St. John’s volunteers will be preparing and serving lunch weekly on Wednesdays and Thursdays.  Adult volunteers must have Virtus training. Anyone interested in helping is asked to contact Carol Kelly at 784-2593 or Sharon Hall at

758-7472  for all the details and time commitment.

 

The program provides a healthy lunch between the hours of 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church in Valatie each weekday from July 5 until August 26. 

 

 

NEVER ALONE Grief Support Group is meeting Wednesday, May 25 from 2:30 - 4:00 p.m. in the rectory.   For more information please call the office at

 758-9401.

 

LAST WEEK’S COLLECTION was $4,906.45.

Same week last year was $ 4,463.92.

 

BISHOP’S APPEAL 2016 - commitment envelopes are in the pews and at the entrances of the church.  You can make your gift online, at www.TheBishopsAppeal.org  

Checks should be made out to Bishop’s Appeal.

With every thousand dollars pledged/donated we add color to our church poster of a stained glass window.

 

To date: 69 families have pledged/gifted $19,974.23 to reach our goal.                                                      

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                                                                             $59,687.00



FAITH FORMATION

 

 

Congratulations  to our children

who received the

Sacrament of First Holy Communion

 

 Aaron Aubin                           Nicholas La Bounty

 Diego Bonilla Gross               Solomon Le Nguyen

 James Calcagno                       Emma McGuirk

 Kevin Canuteson                    Abigail Milazzo

 Derek Finn                             Finley Nelson

Annika Geiger                             Emma Phillips 

 David Gray, Jr.                          Sam Radez

 Dakata Hamm                            Michael Rodrigue

 Jackson Jablanski                      Ava Scali

 Maxwell Johnson                    Trevor Van Allen

 William Kosnick                      Grace Vinchiarello

                                  Jack Welch

 

We thank their Catechists

Jodee Kosnick & Brynn La Bounty

 

Catechist Aide

 Nathan Norton

 

 

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CAVE QUEST

          Following Jesus, the Light of the World

July 11-15                           9-noon

For children entering Kindergarten to 5th Grade

$25 per child with paid registrations

before June 1 ($30 after)

 

 

   VBS VOLUNTEER PLANNING MEETING

Wednesday, June 1 – 6:00 p.m. in the church hall

 

 

 

                     ST. JOHN’S GOLF TOURNAMENT

                                      Friday, July 29

                         at Olde Kinderhook Golf Club

 

                                Fee is $95.00 per person

     includes:

 18 holes of golf, cart, lunch at the turn, beer and soda on the course, dinner back at St. John’s afterwards.

 

Money prizes for winners, and other course contests, hole in one prizes including a Kinderhook Toyota car, and raffle golf prizes.

                                                                 

    Get your foursome together.

 

RECITATION OF THE ROSARY will take place after the morning Mass on this Wednesday.   All are invited to participate. Our thanks to Jim Barker for leading the prayers.

 

 

 

 

Pastor’s Blog

     This week’s Evangelist profiles our recent celebration on Ascension Thursday which followed our combined liturgy.  I found the interest and support of the Diocese inspiring and hope you are as proud as I am of the progress we have made as an extended family.  I also appreciate your prayers and concern for me personally as we all adjust to Fr. Dan’s recent reassignment.  Next week I will be sharing a special message from him as well as print his new address.

     Please be generous to this week’s special collection for the Catholic Church of Central and Eastern Europe.   The theme is “Restoring the Church – Building the Future”.  The Church in this region of the world continues to have great needs for its pastoral work. Your donations invest in future generations of Catholics: a gift of faith to the future.

     Proceeds from the Collection go directly to build churches and support scholarships for ministry and faith formation.  They also support Catholic organizations that provide family support, food, shelter, medical care and religious education in the region. 

     The reason that the collection can support this effort without administrative costs is that your donation to the Bishop’s Appeal, as well as similar campaigns in all the dioceses of the United States, subsidize this program and others such as those addressed by Catholic Relief Services.  Please support your local church while maintaining the mission of our Lord, Jesus Christ.  God bless you.

 

 

 

Next Sunday’s Readings:             

Genesis 14:18-20                 You are a priest forever,        

1 Corinthians 11:23-26                in the line of

Luke 9:11b-17                            Melchizedek.                

 

 

Men! Attend The Road to Emmaus Men’s Conference on June 11, 2016 at Siena College.
Featured speakers will be Vinny Flynn, author of
Seven Secrets of the Eucharist, Fr. Brian Dunke, SJ, author and professor of theology at Boston College, and Fr. Daniel Cambra, MIC. This conference will meet you on your road to Emmaus and refresh your pilgrimage to holiness.
For more information and to register, visit www.albany-emmaus.org. This conference is presented in partnership with the Vocations Office of the Diocese of Albany.

 

 

 

 


     THIS WEEK’S MASS SCHEDULE

 

Sat   5/21  4:00 Jane & Warren Wills by

                 their family

               & Rodney Gage by St. John’s

                 Elves

Sun   5/22  7:30 Isabel Arndt by Paul

                 Arndt

               & Thirza Myers by the

                 Parish Staff

           10:30 Kathleen & David Love 

                  Sr.                     

                 by Elmer & Mary Ann Allen

               & Margaret Gorke by Traci,

                 Mike and Analisa Martino

Mon   5/23 11:00 Health of Fr. Jack by a

                 friend

Wed   5/25 11:00 Fran by Pat Kuhner                

Sat   5/28  4:00 Edwin Strehler by Mickey

                 & Sandy Conlee

               & Debbie Simonsmeier by

                 Rob & Katherine Havelka

Sun   5/29  7:30 Isabel Arndt by Paul

                 Arndt

               & Mary & Donald Rutherford

                 by their family

           10:30 Larry Nicholson by the

                 Lockmer Family

               & Valarie Horwedel by the  

                 Barkley Family

 

 

Please keep in your prayers the sick and homebound of our parish and those who care for them:  

Jim Ackermann, Elmer Allen, Bob Babirad, Eileen Bracone, Alfred Carpentier, Sandra Critelli, Michael Doyle, Beth Drzymala, William Dupuis, Mary Fleming, Donald Gaylord, Janet Gregory, Thomas Gregory, Mary Hayes, Deborah Igras, Lisa Jacob, Nancy Kelly, Noreen Kennedy, Dennis Knoll, Pinky Laviano, William Lindberg,  Mary Ann Lizzi, Mark McIntosh, Marianne Martinez, Judy Martino,  Caroline Martone, Catherine Meyers, Damian Monahan, Melissa Ann Murray, Amelia Nabozny, Ann Neary, Raymond Novak, JoAnn O’Shea, Pappalardo Family, David Picchione, Tim Renn, Rosemarie Rizzo, Alice Salvatore, Eileen Scott, Maddi Sidarous,  Katy Smith, Special Intentions, Sean Spicer, Charles Stickles, Kevin Sutton, Nancy Taggart Turgeon, Diane Van Tassel, Matthew West, Carol Wisenhunt, and Erica Wordon.

 

 

Thanks to our advertisers renewing or purchasing an advertisement for the back of our bulletin.  This makes our bulletin possible.                  

                Please patronize our advertisers!

 

HOUSEKEEPING - If you choose not to take a bulletin home with you, please return it to the entrance of the church. Thank you.

 

 

 

 

                                                                    Pentecost Sunday – May 14/15, 2016

 

PARISH

 

SECOND COLLECTION for the Church in Central and Eastern Europe will take place next weekend.  The collection provides training for seminarians, pastoral care, catechesis and builds the future in the region.  Please make check payable to St. John the Baptist Church as we send one check to the diocese.

 

BLOOD DRIVE sponsored by the Knights of Columbus in memory of Warren Delp, will be held at St. John’s on Monday, May 16, from 1:00 – 7:00 p.m.  Please contact the American Red Cross 1-800-733-2767 or visit redcrossblood.org to schedule your appointment.

 

NEEDED: Mass Ministry Scheduler.  Sue Delp is retiring.  It can be done from home anytime of the day or night so if you are looking for a way to give back to St. John's but find it difficult to volunteer at the church, this is the ministry for you! Call Sue at 758-9035 for more information.

 

CALLIGRAPHY - Do you or someone you know in the parish practice the art?  We are in need of a volunteer to help with enhancing certificates with this special form of penmanship.  Please contact the office at 758-9401 if you wish to help.

 

RECITATION OF THE ROSARY will take place after the morning Mass on Wednesdays during the month of May.  All are invited to participate.

 

35th ANNIVERSARY IN THE PRIESTHOOD

Celebrate this joyful event with

Fr. John Molyn, Fr. Jim Belogi and Fr. Donald Rutherford

Sunday, June 5

                               Vespers at 3:00 p.m.

Pot luck dinner will take place afterwards.

 

Please sign-up for the pot luck dinner.

Sheets are posted on the bulletin board.

 

FOOD PANTRY – Suggested items for May are: dinner helpers, canned fruit, cold cereal & tuna. Thank you for your help.

 

NEVER ALONE Grief Support Group is meeting Wednesday, May 25 from 2:30 - 4:00 p.m. in the rectory.   For more information please call the office at

 758-9401.

 

LAST WEEK’S COLLECTION was $5,698.15.

Same week last year was $ 4,478.75.

Ascension Thursday was $737.00.

Thank you for your support.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Save the Date

 

Baccalaureate                                            June 23           

Golf Scramble                                           July 29


FAITH FORMATION

 

 

 


Congratulations to 4th graders

who received the

Sacrament of First Reconciliation

 

  James Abrams                                   Kayla Johnson                       

  Diego Bonilla Gross                         Ewan McComb

  Kyle Bartlett                                     Jack Myers

 Elizabeth Calcagno                           Summer Reinoehl

  Isabella DeTorre                              Madelyn Rodrigue     

  Emmet Fancher                                Evan Schieren

  Dan Furey                                         Isabella Scott

  Robert Hunter                                   Makayla Walsh

 

We thank their Catechists

Emily Farrell, Nanci Hawver Moriarty.

 

Catechist Aides

 Amanda Calvin, Susanna Dolan.

 

 

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CAVE QUEST

          Following Jesus, the Light of the World

July 11-15                           9-noon

For children entering Kindergarten to 5th Grade

$25 per child with paid registrations

before June 1 ($30 after)

 

 

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Tuesday, May 24 – 6:00 p.m. in the church hall

 

U.S. CATHOLIC, Faith in Real Life magazine Copies are at the entrances of the church, which have articles with a Catholic perspective on everyday issues.

 

JUBILEE YEAR OF MERCY – Visit the Sick is now available at the entrances of the church featuring Saint Marianne Cope. This is another monthly flyer focusing on each of the Works of Mercy and featuring different saints and local stories.  

 

 BISHOP’S APPEAL 2016- commitment envelopes are in the pews and at the entrances of the church.  You can return the envelopes in the collection basket or to the office.  You can make your gift online, at www.TheBishopsAppeal.org  

With every thousand dollars pledged/donated we add color to our poster of a stained glass window.

 

To date: 58 families have pledged/gifted $17,884.23          to reach our goal.   

                                                  

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                                                                             $59,687.00

 

 

 

 

Pastor’s Blog

     How blessed we are to be celebrating First Communion on the same weekend as the Feast of Pentecost!  As our children and adults prepare for this sacred Sacrament, we are reminded that the power of the Holy Spirit is alive and well in our parishes.  I want to especially thank the parents and loved ones of our children who are committed to bringing their precious ones into a relationship with Jesus; one that enters into a whole new spiritual dimension as they come forward for the first time to the Table of the Lord.  In a world where we know you are pulled in so many, often conflicting, directions, you have truly blessed us as you now share the joy of your children at the Eucharistic Feast.  Please tell your sons and daughters how much they are loved and how proud we all are to share in their special day; a day that will become even more special as they continue to join us week after week.  This is particularly true of the feelings of all those who have been part of their faith formation this year and I want to also thank all of them for their loving service to your children in all our names.

     If my math is correct, this month marks the 25th anniversary of Father Dan Quinn’s First Holy Communion.  I’m sure his parents had no idea which kind of vocation would fulfill his heart and bring him to where he is today.  His journey with us is coming to an end of sorts but he will continue to be a true partner in prayer as he begins his assignment.  We were so blessed to have his gift of ministry for nearly two and a half years.  I wonder what Spiritual Gifts will bear fruit in the lives of our young people twenty five years from now.  Let us continue to work together so that the Mission of our Lord Jesus Christ continues to thrive and inspire all of God’s children, whatever age we may happen to be.  God bless you, all, especially our children.

 

 

 

Next Sunday’s Readings:             

Proverbs 8:22-31             O Lord, our God,        

Romans 5:1-5             how wonderful your name is 

John 16:12-15                       in all the  earth.                

 

 

Men! Attend The Road to Emmaus Men’s Conference on June 11, 2016 at Siena College.
Featured speakers will be Vinny Flynn, author of
Seven Secrets of the Eucharist, Fr. Brian Dunke, SJ, author and professor of theology at Boston College, and Fr. Daniel Cambra, MIC. This conference will meet you on your road to Emmaus and refresh your pilgrimage to holiness.
For more information and to register, visit www.albany-emmaus.org. This conference is presented in partnership with the Vocations Office of the Diocese of Albany.

 

 

 

 

 

THIS WEEK’S MASS SCHEDULE

 

Sat   5/14  4:00 Regina Garenani by the

                 Bereavement Ministry

               & Bob Jette by John & Jane

                 Zukowski

Sun   5/15  7:30 Linda Boll & Irene

                 Colwill by Charles &

                 Andrea Rutherford

           10:30 Isabel Arndt by

                 Paul Arndt

               & Fran & Raymond Kaminski

                 by the family

Mon   5/16 11:00 Frances Lane

Wed   5/18 10:30 Barnwell  All Are Welcome

                 Dorothy Strout by her

                 family

Sat   5/21  4:00 Jane & Warren Wills by

                 their family

               & Rodney Gage by St. John’s

                 Elves

Sun   5/22  7:30 Isabel Arndt by Paul

                 Arndt

               & Thirza Myers by the

                 Parish Staff

           10:30 Kathleen & David Love Sr.                     

                 by Elmer & Mary Ann Allen

               & Margaret Gorke by Traci,

                 Mike and Analisa Martino

 

 

 

Please keep in your prayers the sick and homebound of our parish and those who care for them:  

Jim Ackermann, Elmer Allen, Bob Babirad, Eileen Bracone, Alfred Carpentier,  Sandra Critelli, Michael Doyle, Beth Drzymala, William Dupuis, Mary Fleming, Donald Gaylord, Janet Gregory, Thomas Gregory, Mary Hayes, Deborah Igras, Lisa Jacob, Nancy Kelly, Noreen Kennedy, Dennis Knoll, Pinky Laviano, William Lindberg,  Mary Ann Lizzi, Mark McIntosh, Marianne Martinez, Judy Martino,  Caroline Martone, Catherine Meyers, Damian Monahan, Melissa Ann Murray, Amelia Nabozny, Ann Neary, Raymond Novak, JoAnn O’Shea, Pappalardo Family, David Picchione, Tim Renn,  Alice Salvatore, Eileen Scott, Maddi Sidarous,  Katy Smith, Special Intentions, Sean Spicer, Charles Stickles, Kevin Sutton, Nancy Taggart Turgeon, Diane Van Tassel, Matthew West, Carol Wisenhunt, and Erica Wordon.

 

 

Thanks to our advertisers renewing or purchasing an advertisement for the back of our bulletin.  This makes our bulletin possible.                 

                Please patronize our advertisers!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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