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November 9, 2014 Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
The Covenant Community of Jesus the Good Shepherd
1601 West Mount Harmony Road, Owings, Maryland 20736
Office: (410) 257-3810 * Fax: (410) 257-6334
Email: [email protected] * Website: www.ccjgs.org
Sister Parish – Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Diocese of Jeremie, Haiti
Mass Schedule
Saturday Vigil
5:00 PM
Sunday
8:00 & 10:45 AM; 5:00 PM
Sunday Nursery
7:45 AM-12:15 PM
(Please, no children in nursery without an adult)
7:30 AM Monday-Friday
(Chapel)
Daily Mass:
Saturday Morning
8:00 AM
(unless otherwise noted in bulletin)
Reconciliation/Penance: Sat 3:30-4:30 PM
Eucharistic Adoration
Every Thursday
8:00 AM to 9:00 PM
(Sign up outside the Chapel)
If you have young children your thoughtful use of the Quiet
Room during Mass is appreciated
Cardinal Hickey Academy
Principal: Mrs. Jennifer Griffith
410-286-0404 В· 301-812-0404 В·
Fax: 410-286-6334
www.cardinalhickeyacademy.org
WELCOME!
NEW TO OUR PARISH? - Please come to Hospitality in the Centre. We want to know you! New members’ meetings are usually held the second Sunday of the month giving you the opportunity to learn about our vision as a community, its ministries and register as a member. Registration is required of every Catholic in a parish and gives the parish an idea of the number of participating Catholics. It also allows a parish to extend
courtesies to members such as letter of sponsorship, recommendations, etc.
RCIA – We welcome adults interested in becoming Catholic.
[email protected]
Please contact Fr. Mike King at 410-257-3810 x20 or
BAPTISM PREPARATION CLASS - Usually held the third Sunday of each month following the last morning Mass. Baptisms are held on Sunday after the last morning Mass. Please call the church office to schedule. Parents of the child to be baptized must be registered members of JGS.
We welcome you to a New Members Meeting in advance. A Catholic godparent must be a registered and practicing Catholic, confirmed in writing
by one’s proper pastor.
SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY - We rejoice with members who are preparing for the Sacrament of Marriage. We encourage couples to contact our office at least one year in advance; otherwise, dates cannot be guaranteed. Please do not set a date before making
Church arrangements first. Dates for weddings can never be arranged before a preliminary meeting.
MISSION STATEMENT: “We, the Roman Catholic Parish of the Covenant Community of Jesus the Good Shepherd,
have chosen to serve the Lord by evangelizing through the virtues of Hospitality, Spirituality and Stewardship.”
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
JGS Staff
Hard to believe that we are already well into
November.
Time flies!
And to think this
Thursday we are already only two weeks away
from Thanksgiving.
Pastor
Rev. Michael J. King
410-257-3810 x20
[email protected]
Director of Music Ministry
Mrs. Katie Evans
410-257-3810 x24
[email protected]
Weekend Clergy
Rev. Kenneth Boyack, CSP
[email protected]
Events/Covenant Creek Centre
Mrs. Kim Addison
410-474-2258
[email protected]
Last weekend, the Church had a special celebration on
November 2, the Commemoration of All Souls. This Sunday is
another special celebration – the Feast of St. John Lateran
Basilica in Rome.
Fields, Gym & Pavilion
Mrs. Theresa Mills
410-257-3810 x25
[email protected]
Some clarification about today’s feast. First, there is no such
saint called St. John Lateran. “Lateran” refers to the ancient
Roman family house by the last name in English of Lateran, over
which a major Roman basilica in honor of St. John the Baptist
was built. Today this basilica is the cathedral church for the
Bishop of Rome, the Pope.
Deacon Chad Martin
410-257-3810
[email protected]
Deacon Eric Mueller
410-610-3844
[email protected]
Administrative Assistant
Mrs. Laura Cleary
410-257-3810 x10
[email protected]
Adult Faith Formation (AFF)
Sister Eileen Clinton, I.H.M.
410-257-3810 x14
[email protected]
Secretary/Shepherd’s Cove/
Calendar Coordinator
Mrs. Sheryl Fischer
410-257-3810 x15
[email protected]
Children’s Faith Formation
(CFF)
Mrs. Cynthia Wagenhofer
410-257-3810 x18
[email protected]
Business Manager
Mrs. Pamela Huseman
410-257-3810 x36
[email protected]
______________________
CHA Principal
Jennifer Griffith
410-286-0404
Mrs. Kim Addison
410-257-3810 x18
[email protected]
Youth Ministry/Confirmation
Mrs. Julie Gartrell
301-855-0492 x26
[email protected]
[email protected]
In celebrating a house of prayer, we are celebrating the place
where God wishes to dwell: the people He calls his own, his
living temple. WE are the Church!
As St. Caesarius of Arles said on this feast long ago, “Wherever
we come to church, we must prepare our hearts to be as
beautiful as we expect this church to be. Do you wish to find
this basilica immaculately clean? Then do not soil your soul
with the filth of sins. Do you wish this basilica to be full of light?
God too wishes that your soul be not in darkness, but that the
light of good works shine in us” [Office of Readings, vol. IV, p.
1548].
Let us pray. Lord God, you have made us one in the Body of
Christ, and through our communion in him we have become
members of Christ and one another. Keep your family in unity
and peace, and make us worthy to be your dwelling place. We
ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.
- Father Mike
Weekend Mass Intentions November 8-9
Vigil 5PM
†Jerome Resnick, father of Bill Resnick at the request of Teresa Schrodel
8 AM
†Joe Parker, husband of Doris, at the request of Cheryl and Roger Flynn
10:45 AM
†Peter LaBarbera at the request of Pam and Ralph Smith
5 PM
- Valerie White at the request of Mary Otranto
Mass Intentions for November 10-15
Monday
11/10
7:30 am
- Special Intentions
Tuesday
11/11
7:30 am
- Special Intentions
Wednesday
11/12
7:30 am
†Nettie Murphy
Thursday
11/13
7:30 am
†Poor Souls in Purgatory
Friday
11/14
7:30 am
†Jeremiah McAuliffe at the request of his wife Rose
11/14
9:30am
- Special Intentions
11/15
8:00 am
†William E. Barklage Family at the request of Marilyn Taylor
Saturday
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Serving the Lord with gladness - - - - Ministry Schedule for Nov 15-16
Mass
Lectors
Eucharistic Ministers
Altar Servers
5PM Vigil
Eason/Downs
Worrell/L.Poudrier/Hotchkiss/Volunteers
Macyko/Pike/Martin
8 AM
Mann/Allison
Allison/Langley(2)/Stubbs/Buck/Woodburn/Volunteers
Masoero/Polk/Harper
10:45 AM
Gorman/Gorman
Bodenhorn(2)/Harrison/Cullens/B.Menoche/Tress/
Pierpont/Richardson/Collins
Gough/Mims/Coker
5 PM
Confirmation
Class Volunteers
Fischer(2)/Iascone/K.Fagan/Volunteers
Kampsen/Warner/
Nazzaro
Hospitality
Please Volunteer
KOC Breakfast
Please Volunteer
BAKING—All parishioners with last name beginning with L-Q are asked to bring in homemade or store bought baked goods.
COMMORATION OF FAITHFUL DEPARTED: All are welcome to pray for the dead throughout November in the
following ways:
The Virtue of Hospitality
The
next
new
members
meeting
is
today, November 9th, after the 10:45 AM Mass in
Shepherd’s Cove. Will last about one hour. We welcome you! It’s a requirement of the Catholic Church
that all baptized Catholics be properly registered.
[1] ALL SOULS ENVELOPE It is a custom of the Church to
offer a Mass in honor of a deceased loved one. This
can be done by completing an All Souls envelope.
These envelopes will be available during the month
of November. The listing of those names will
appear in the bulletin at the end of November and a Mass said in their honor;
THE SHAWL MINISTRY will meet on Tuesday, 11/18, in the
Upper Room (library) from 1-3 PM. Anyone interested in
learning to knit/crochet is invited to attend. We can help
you get started on a prayer shawl.
[2] BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE It is a beautiful custom at
JGS during November to have available for
public signature our Book of Remembrance.
You are most welcome to inscribe the name[s]
of your beloved dead in this book which will be available in the atrium during the month of November
until the first Sunday of Advent [November 29/30];
MEMORIAL BRICKS FOR OUR OUTDOOR PRAYER GARDEN
We are in the process of submitting a new order of personalized brick pavers in time for the upcoming holidays. What a
beautiful way to memorialize special people for their birthdays, wedding anniversaries and other significant events in
their lives. The deadline is November 15th. Information can
[3] ATRIUM DISPLAY OF REMEMBRANCE
be found on our website or by contacting the church office.
Photos of those who have gone to the Lord
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16: RESPECT FOR LIFE – ADULT FAITH
since All Souls Day of November, 2013, are
FORMATION SERIES Following the 8:00 AM Mass, in the Chapdisplayed in the Atrium.
el, from 9:30 – 10:35 a.m., JGS welcomes Mrs. Andrea Garvey,
associate director for Respect Life for the Maryland Catholic A SPECIAL THANK YOU To the Martha and Mary society
Conference. Mrs. Garvey will be here to speak on the recently and all those individuals who participated in the fundraisreleased and updated pastoral letter, Comfort and Consola- er/benefit for Riley Ann Bodenhorn’s handicap ramp contion, Care of the Sick and Dying from the Maryland Catholic struction project. The benefit was a complete success!
Conference. The Maryland Bishops’ letter addresses guidance The Bodenhorn families are profoundly grateful.
on end of life care and decision making in accord with Catholic ARE YOU READY FOR ADVENT? ADVENT BEGINS NOteaching. Are you aware of the teachings? Who should VEMBER 30TH. Advent Candles and wreaths will be for
attend: All people interested in Catholic teaching on end of sale in the Centre after Masses beginning the weekend of
life issues; all who are care givers, especially those who take Nov 15 and 16. Cost is $4 candles, $6 wreath, $10 both.
care of the chronically and terminally ill; and, medical field workers.
INTERESTED IN GETTING UP-TO-DATE NEWS BULLETINS FROM JGS?
Join our email list to receive email alerts and up-to-the-minute information – reminders about special events, weather-related closings,
special announcements. Contact [email protected] to be put on
the email list.
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“KEEP CHRIST IN CHRISTMAS” MAGNETS JGS Knights of Columbus will be selling religiously themed Christmas Cards and
the very popular "Keep Christ in Christmas" car magnets after
all Masses the weekend of Nov 23rd. The magnets are $5 and
the cards will vary in price. Sales supports numerous causes
including parish youth and seminarians.
THE JGS MUSIC MINISTRY IS VERY EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THAT IT IS PUBLISHING A CHRISTMAS CD. This
CD will feature each of the JGS choirs and the CHA Handbells. Only a limited number of cds will be made. Parishioners are encouraged to pre-order. The cost of the cds is
$20 which covers the cost of the professional sound recording, royalties and artwork. CDs will be ready in time
for Thanksgiving. Checks may be made payable to JGS,
please put CD in the memo line, then drop
the check in the mail slot of the church
office. Order forms are available in the atrium, on the bulletin board. For more information, please contact [email protected]
BABY BOTTLES FOR BIRTHRIGHT: GOOD NEWS! - Good news is
that 145 bottles have been returned by the JGS community
with many generous contributions to the Birthright Pregnancy
Resource Center. However, 193 bottles haven't been returned.
It costs Birthright $1.22 for every unreturned bottle, so, PLEASE
RETURN THE BOTTLES...EVEN IF EMPTY...AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
in the basket provided in the atrium so they can be reused,
thanks! And a huge thank you for all the generous contributions so far.
NEW JGS COMMUNITY PHOTO DIRECTORY: We have received
the “proof” for our new and updated Community Photo Directory. Its being reviewed for any errors and will be returned as
soon as possible to LifeTouch for publication. Thank you for your
cooperation and for your patience.
RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE
Sunday, December 7
7:00 am – 12:30 pm in the Family Center Gym
Just an hour of your time can save 3 lives. We need your help.
Schedule your donation appointment today. Call
1-800-REDCROSS or visit www.redcrossblood.org.
Thank you!
Requirements: Must be in good health, weigh no less than 110
lbs., no tattoo within the past year; at least 17 years of age (16
with parents written permission); and have not donated whole
blood within the past 56 days.
The Virtue of Spirituality
Readings for the Week of November 9, 2014
Monday: Ti 1:1-9/Lk 17:1-6
Tuesday: Ti 2:1-8, 11-14/Lk 17:7-10
Wednesday: Ti 3:1-7/Lk 17:11-19
Thursday: Phlm 7-20/Lk 17:20-25
Friday: 2 Jn 4-9/Lk 17:26-37
Saturday: 3 Jn 5-8/Lk 18:1-8
Next Sunday: Prv 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31/1 Thes 5:1-6/Mt
25:14-30 or 25:14-15, 19-2
THE SICK: Marlene Nagle; Terry O’Brien;
Mary Pockey; Gail Walsh; Benita Gale; Callie
Jo Corcoran; Kathie Scott; Katie Lakie; Jane
Ritter; Rosemary Howard; Richard Gaither;
Jacob Benish; Kathleen Brown; Debbie
Bean; Leigh Shoe; Marissa Berick; Leonard Joy; Neal Carr;
Diana Wolfe; Cleo Flynn; Caroline VanWie; Mary Sita;
Rebecca Proctor; Diane Sparrow; Eileen Day; Barbara
Jackson; Baby Hope; Rusty Beeson; Ron Beeson; Sean
Hopson; Patrick Kellaher; Connor Bell; Maureen Looney;
Florence; Dave Suhosky; Jimmy Scanlan; Jason Ratcliff;
Marsha Dunn; Irving Sandy; Linda Ryan; Mary Philip; and
Delores Shaut. Friends/relatives in need of prayer? Contact the church office monthly to include them in our bulletin.
We pray for all the members of the United States
Military. We pray that all are kept from harm, especially:
Steve Looney, Navy Seal, Afghanistan; Billy Looney, Navy
Seal, Africa; Will Jones, Navy Seal, Africa; Michael Hardy,
Army, Ft. Campbell, KY; Lt. Alex Scott, USS Mississippi; Nicholas
Majers, Afghanistan; David Keffer, Middle East.
Please contact the church office if you would like to add a name to
list: 410-257-3810 or [email protected]
WOULD YOU LIKE TO BECOME CATHOLIC? Were
you baptized Catholic as a child, but have not
celebrated the Sacraments of Confirmation and/
or Eucharist? We offer an opportunity to come together in a
small group setting to learn about our Catholic faith. Sessions focus on the teachings and experience of the Catholic
Church and prepares individuals to celebrate the Sacraments
of Baptism, Confirmation and the Eucharist at Easter. You
are welcome to participate in the process with your questions, your insights, and your faith story in a warm, accepting
setting. For more information contact the church office at
410-257-3810 ext. 10 or 15 or contact one of the following:
Father Mike King, 410-257-3810, ext. 20; Sister Eileen, ext. 14
or Deacon Eric Mueller, 410-610-3844 or by their emails
listed on page 2 of the bulletin. Thank you!
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EUCHARISTIC ADORATION - Please remember that all-day Eucharistic Adoration takes place every Thursday in our Chapel
until 9 PM. Jesus stays with us in the Blessed Sacrament, calling
out to each of us: “Come to Me all you who are weary and find
life burdensome and I will refresh you” [Matt. 11:28]. Jesus
stays with us in the Blessed Sacrament to refresh us in mind and
heart and spirit by lavishing upon us those graces
that encourage us, console us, strengthen us,
guide us, and inspire us to place all our trust in
His Sacred Heart, so that the power of His love
may cast out every doubt, fear, doubt, worry and anxiety that
we have.
CONFIRMATON - Next class meets Nov 16th in your
regular classrooms.
JANUARY 16-18, 2015 – YOUTH RETREAT Theme “Jesus calls –
will you follow” (call to discipleship). Retreat will be held in
Ocean City/Bethany beach Leave Friday at 4 PM; return Sunday
evening. Cost $125 – Form and Deposit due by Dec. 1st .
Forms available on the bulletin board or at the JGS web page.
Open to Youth who are active in our JGS programs and are in
the 10, 11, and 12th grades. Space is limited so please sign up
today.
“FAITH AND FOOD” NEIGHBORHOOD GATHERINGS: October saw the beginning of what is hoped will be the launch of
continuous, monthly, small-group gatherings in communities
within our larger JGS community. Through the generosity of
parishioners in one area of Owings, their home was opened
up to a community-based Home Mass, followed by food.
This event is called, “Faith and Food.” Friday evenings seem
to work the best for all. It was a wonderful experience! The
next “Faith and Food” event will be later this month in November in Lothian. If you are interested in hosting, please
contact Sister Eileen, coordinator of Adult Faith Formation,
410-257-3810 x 14 or [email protected] Thank you!
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS FOR
SPONSORING THE YOUTH BREAKFAST AND TO ALL THOSE
WHO ATTENDED, IT WAS A GREAT SUCCESS. Also thank you
to the community for all your donations and prayers. We have
a very active youth program here at JGS with a lot of young
people involved in many ministries so your continued support
of prayers are always needed.
The Virtue of Stewardship
SHARE—PLACE THANKSGIVING FOOD ORDERS AFTER MASS
TODAY.
Order or donate a Thanksgiving Dinner ($30) or Holiday Groceries ($20) during hospitality in the Centre. SHARE is a great
way to stretch your grocery budget. The $20 package returns
$40+ in food!
Rather give of your time? Volunteer to help out on delivery
day, November 22.
Help us fill this need in our community. Your gift (be it time or
treasure) will help us provide healthy protein and fresh produce to struggling families.
Learn more by stopping by the SHARE table during hospitality.
Direct your questions & orders to Ned Waugaman, 410-2570464, or Lynn Robinson, 443-964-8054, [email protected]
MARRIAGE HELP—RETROUVAILLE (French for Rediscovery and
pronounced Re-tro-vai) is a program that can help you rediscover yourself, your spouse, and a loving relationship in your
marriage. Tens of thousands of couples headed for divorce
have successfully saved their marriages by attending. Our next
weekend is January 23-25, 2015. All calls and inquires are confidential. To register or obtain more information visit our website at: www.HelpOurMarriage.com, call (443)400-7017 or
email: [email protected]
VOLUNTEER DAYTIME HANDYMAN: There are many small,
miscellaneous jobs that need to be done, Monday-Friday, in
our facility. There are so many little things, in fact, that our
small maintenance team could use help. Could you donate a
few hours of your time a week? It would be greatly appreciated. If you can assist, please contact the church office and
leave your name and contact information. Thank you!
MEN’S CURSILLO WEEKEND—The Men's Cursillo weekend will be
held on November 20 -23, 2014 at the Josephite Center in Washington, DC. Ultreya meets on the second Monday of every month,
7:30PM at St.John Vianney in Pr. Frederick. Remember, MAKE A
FRIEND, BE A FRIEND AND BRING THAT FRIEND TO CHRIST. For
more info visit http://www.washdc-cursillo.org/ or call Francis or
Judy at 301-855-7061 or [email protected] DeColores!!
FOOD DONATIONS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME THIS
TIME OF YEAR—Please remember to bring in your
items for St. Anthony’s Food Pantry. Items may be
placed in the bin in the Centre.
ELECTRONIC GIVING: JGS has an electronic offertory giving program called Faith Direct. Please enroll by visiting the JGS
website: ccjgs.org - click on the Resources tab and then click on eGiving. Thank you for your kindness in responding to
this new and modern way of Catholic offertory giving.
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The Virtue of Stewardship cont’d...
OUTSIDE EVENTS:
THE NORTHERN HIGH BAND BOOSTERS is sponsoring the Alexandria Harmonizers, an all-male choral group which sings
a capella. Normally tickets sell for $40 to their performances,
but through the generosity of an anonymous donor, we are
selling our tickets at $15 each, or $10 discounted for students,
military, or seniors over age 55. A flier is on the bulletin board
in the atrium. The Harmonizers will sing selections from their
extensive repertoire, and some holiday and Christmas music
too. The event will be held on Sunday, November 23, 2014, at
2:00 p.m. at the Mary Harrison Center. Tickets can be purchased at brownpapertickets.com.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES—BECOME A VOLUNTEER You are cordially invited to spend one evening a week from November through
April at one of Catholic Charities' 3 low barrier shelters for men
who are homeless. Our shelters are clean, safe places where
people without homes can spend the night; you can assist our
professional staff from 6:30-8:30. Go to our website for more
details: www.catholiccharitiesdc.org/Become-a-Volunteer or
email [email protected] Apply soon! Get your
friends to volunteer, too.
WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER “Do you not know that
you are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwells in
you?”
Do you treat your spouse like a temple of
God? Strengthen, renew, and rekindle your marriage sacrament by attending a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekends
on April 17-19, 2015 in Rockville, MD; or February 20-22, 2015
in Herndon, VA. For more information and to apply online visitwwme.org,
or
call
301-541-7007,
or
email
at [email protected]
PROPERTY UPDATE AND CAMPAIGN UPDATE: We are all anxious
about when work will begin in earnest – first with our cemetery.
Last week, at Fr. Mike’s initiative, the County Building and Development office, which will grant the permits for the construction
of our cemetery and rectory, informed us that there were two
small, remaining issues that still needed to be addressed. One
was promptly resolved last week; the other is pending. As soon
as this last issue is resolved, we have been informed it will be only
a matter of days before permits are issued and work can begin.
All of our subcontractors are patiently “on hold”, awaiting the
green light to begin their work. Thank you for your continued
prayers and patience as we await our permits.
EXCITING NEWS FOR SAFE NIGHTS Safe Nights of Calvert County is excited to announce that Jesus the Good
Shepherd has partnered with All Saints Episcopal Church
in Huntingtown. The week of February 1, 2015, JGS and All Saints
will co-host Safe Nights (at All Saints). From 7pm to 7am, a warm
place to sleep is provided by this program to the homeless of
Calvert County during the cold winter months. Also, dinner,
breakfast and a bagged lunch is served. Volunteers are needed
that week in various capacities such as meal prep/servers, set-up
helpers, overnight monitors (two 6hr shifts), and take-down
helpers. For more information or ways you can help, please call
Lisa at 314-640-2956 or email at [email protected]
THANKSGIVING DAY MASS
10:00 A.M.
NATIONAL FAMILY VOLUNTEER DAY Saturday, Nov 15, 2014;
at 8:30a.m.-12:00p.m. Military personnel from the Navy, Army,
Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, DoD civilians and their families, friends and neighbors will join together to perform some
interior and exterior clean-up at the Armed Forces Retirement
Home in DC. Address is: 140 Rock Creek Church Road NW,
Washington, DC 20011. For more information and/or to register
please contact: Johanna O’Neill at : [email protected];
h/410-414-3714 ; c/ 301-641-7519. For more information on
the Armed Forces Retirement Home in DC go to: https://
www.afrh.gov/afrh/wash/washcampus.htm.
HELPFUL CATHOLIC APPS
Daily Readings * Divine Mercy * i God Today* iMissal * The
Pope App * Confession * Jesus Calling * Truth and Life * Rosary
Prayers* Bible Laudate * Vatican II * Catechism * The Roman
Missal * Stations of the Cross
WEBSITES * Wordonfire.org * ewtn.com * BustedHalo.com *
adw.org * loyolapress.com/onlinecommunity * Creighton.edu/
collaborativeministry * Catholic.com * TheDailyVerse.com (w/
reflections) *Catholiccuisine.blogspot.com
SACRIFICIAL GIVING for the weekend of November 2, 2014:
Weekly Offertory
$ 13,930*
*Offertory via FaithDirect is calculated monthly
MUSIC MINISTRY
Are you inspired to
participate in new contemporary Mass settings for the
church? Come join us and check it out:
Tuesdays 7-8:30 PM, Adult Choir Rehearsal for 8 AM Mass
Thursdays 7-8:30 PM, Adult Choir Rehearsal for 10:45 AM Mass
Sundays 4-5 PM, Youth Choir for 5 PM Mass (Gr. 6-12 &
beyond!)
Contact Laura Cleary at 410-257-3810 ([email protected]) for
Mass Cards/Intentions; Sponsor Certificates (for Sacraments) or
to place bulletin announcements. Deadline for bulletin items is
Thursday at noon, 10 days before the weekend you want your
article to appear. Thank you!
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