COVER SHEET - St. Patricks Church

August 30-31, 2014
Lori M. Lechowicz
Kyocera TASKalfa 400ci KX
1 through 8
Aug 31, 2014
Please deliver to PARISH CENTER ONLY
(which is behind the church) in the OFFICE.
Do NOT deliver to the church. Thank you.
22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Welcome to St. Patrick Church
Member of the Blessed John Paul II Community
August 30-31, 2014
Saturday Vigil: 5:00pm AND Sunday: 8:00am & 10:30am
Weekdays: Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri: 8:00am
Holy Day Masses: 8:00am & 7:00pm
Saturday Vigil: 5:00pm AND
Sunday: 7:00, 9:00 & 10:30am - Latin Mass at 12:00pm
Called together by God to experience Jesus and his word,
in the sacraments of the Church and in each other, we are committed to love God
and to embrace all God’s people as witnesses of God’s mercy.
August 30-31, 2014
St. Patrick Church
47 West High St.
P.O. Box 177
East Hampton, CT 06424-0177
Office: 860-267-6644
Fax: 860-267-7807
Rectory: 860-267-6646
Email: [email protected]
Web address:
22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Welcome to our Parish Family
Newcomers to the parish are invited to introduce
themselves to Father Nagle after Mass and to
register at the Parish Office.
Please advise the Pastor, Pastoral Associate, or Administrative
Assistant to arrange pastoral visits or Holy Communion for
those who are sick, hospitalized or homebound.
Saturdays from 4:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Also arrangements can
be made by calling the Rectory.
Arrangements can be made by calling the Parish Office.
Pastoral Team
Rev. Walter M. Nagle, Pastor
Sister Dominic Joseph Valla, A.S.C. J.
Pastoral Associate
Lori M. Lechowicz, Administrative Assistant
Dani Annino, Director of Faith Formation
John P. Higgins, Director of Music & Organist
8:30am - 3:00pm, Monday - Thursday
CLOSED on Friday during July & August
Bulletin Deadline
Please submit articles no later than
noon on Monday
Couples must contact the Wedding Coordinator, Michelle
Donahue at 860-342-0435 at least one year in advance to
reserve a date and make arrangements.
In a large parish, keeping the information on parishioners up to
date is a difficult task. You can be of immense help in this
regard. If you move or change your telephone number, please
contact the parish office (267-6644). Not only will this help
avoid confusion, but it will also save the cost of paying
additional charges for returned mail. Thank you.
Stewardship of Treasure
August 24, 2014
Week 8 of the Fiscal Year
Ordinary Income:
New Budgeted Goal:
Actual Collection:
On-Line Giving:
($ 765.50)
($ 4,726.00)
For those are using the on-line giving program,
Listed below are the extra collections for the
upcoming months:
AUGUST 31– Mission Appeal, Fr. Raj
September 7 - Spiritual Programs
September 28 - Norwich Council Catholic Women
Handicap Accessible
“What profit would there be for one to gain the whole
world and forfeit his life?” Matthew 16:26
St. Francis of Assisi once said, “Remember, you are
what you are in the eyes of God, and nothing else.” We
often forget this stewardship wisdom when we spend all
of our time, talent and treasure to gain more of the
world’s riches. We need to set our priorities based on
God’s values and not the values of the material world.
August 30-31, 2014
22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
“Be transformed by the renewal of your mind,
that you may discern what is the will of God,
what is good and pleasing and perfect.”
Romans 12:2
Saturday, August 30
5:00pm Rose & Leo Paholsky req. by their family and Nick
Mengiafico req. by his family
Sunday, August 31
8:00am A special neighbor req. by Mrs. Sirois & the Rushin
10:30am Deceased members of St. Patrick Church
Monday, Sept. 1
8:00am Gloria Madalena
Tuesday, Sept. 2
8:00am Walter Remillard req. by Josephine Remillard
Wednesday, Sept. 3
8:00am Kathleen Tierney req. by Patricia Butler
Thursday, Sept. 4
Friday, Sept. 5
Eucharistic Adoration Immediately following 8:00am Mass
8:00am Phyllis Williams req. by Josephine Remillard
23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Saturday, Sept. 6
5:00pm Mark Perkins & Connie Larson req. by their
Sunday, Sept. 7
8:00am Patricia Ann Higgins req. by John Higgins
10:30am Marie Tonna DeMasi req. by Joan Fomento
Do you regularly attend the Sunday 10:30 Mass? Would
you be willing to escort a sight impaired parishioner from
Chatham Acres to Mass and back? If we have enough
volunteers, it won’t be every week. If so, please contact the
parish office at 860-267-6644. Thank you for your service
to your family in Christ.
Question to Ponder:
Because before “taking up the cross” and “following,” Jesus
bids me “deny myself,” what radical shift of values, reordering of priorities, refocusing of vision must take place in my
heart as discipleship’s non-negotiable Step#1?
22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
This past weekend I spoke about the movie
God’s Not Dead. One of the key themes in
the movie is standing up for Jesus. In today’s
Gospel Jesus shows us just what that
“standing up” will entail….He says “whoever wishes to come
after me must deny himself, take up his cross, and follow me.
For whoever wishes to save his life will lose it, but whoever
loses his life for my sake will find it.” As we speak, Christians
are being persecuted around the world. Some of the most
ancient Christian Communities (Damascus Syria, Chaldea Iraq)
are now being forced to live these very words. They are being
put to death simply because they are Christian. This should
make us pause and reflect upon the grace we have to gather
freely every weekend as a community.
Another key aspect to consider in these words of Jesus are
the words “you are an obstacle to me” and “follow”. The
seemingly harsh words of Jesus to Peter are a reminder to him
that Jesus has a divine mission from the Father-and nothing or
no one should get in the way. In the movie God’s Not Dead
Josh lost his girlfriend by choosing to challenge the professor’s
assertion that God is Dead. I had a friend in seminary who
converted from Judaism to Catholicism, only to have his family
disown him. St. Thomas More had to be put to death to remain
faithful to Jesus rather than obey the orders of his friend King
Henry VIII. Our lives need not be that dramatic but if we are
following the Lord there will be opposition but it should not
discourage us.
The other key word is “follow.” It is the Lord who leads.
Not us. Sometimes we have the temptation to say Lord I have
these great plans, please bless them. Really? It takes active
discernment and listening to the Lord to make sure it is His plan
and not ours. There can sometimes by a tendency to get ahead
of Him. Rest assured if it is not His will there will be roadblock
after roadblock. On the flip side, if it is His will, door after door
will open. We must learn to “wait on the Lord.”
One person who is working in God’s Vineyard and
following God’s footsteps is Fr. Raj, who will be with us this
weekend for the Mission Appeal. Fr. Raj is the Mission Director
for the Diocese of Kumbakonam in India. His diocese
represents another early Christian community. Tradition tells us
that St. Thomas made it to India and preached the gospel to the
local inhabitants. Although India is primarily a Hindu and
Muslim country there is a big pocket of Catholic Christians in
the South and West. The diocese has an area of 7823 sq. km.
and is situated in Tamil Nadu and a Catholic population of
213,000 (6% of the population). In literature Fr. Raj has shared
with me “the diocese is trying to materialize its missionary
goals, depending on the availability of funds. Every year, an
average of 50 young men and women go out of the diocese to
other missions throughout India and other parts of the world to
serve God and His people as missionaries. The mission and
spiritual prospects of Kumbakonam diocese are bright but its
needs are pressing. Sixty percent of its Catholics are
depressingly poor. Therefore, your fervent prayers and generous
help are earnestly requested for building the Kingdom of God,
in and through the diocese of Kumbakonam, India.” Please be
generous in this weekend’s second collection.
Prayers are offered for all who have children or young
adults returning to school at this time. We pray that the school
of Jesus will be a school that gives them a solid foundation.
August 30-31, 2014
Parish Events
St. Patrick Library is located in the workroom of
the Parish Center. All are welcome!
Saturday, August 30
8:00am Acts Meeting/Parish Center
Sunday, August 31
6:30pm Cornerstone Prayer Group/KofC - All are welcome
22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Please join us in praying the Rosary for
Pro-life every Monday evening at 7:00pm
in the church.
Monday, Sept. 1
7:00pm Rosary for Life/Church
7:30pm Knights Officer Meeting/KofC
Tuesday, Sept. 2
6:00pm Catechist Kickoff Dinner/Parish Center
Wednesday, Sept. 3
Thursday, Sept. 4
Friday, Sept. 5
Catechists Needed
The faith formation office is looking for a few
more people who like to work with children,
enjoy sharing their faith, and have some free
time on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday
afternoons or evenings! All classes meet in the Parish Center.
Please consider joining this important ministry. For additional
information call Dani in the Faith Formation Office at 860267-6644 or email [email protected].
RCIA is the process of welcoming new members into the Roman
Catholic Church. It is meant for those who are not baptized, baptized into another Christian Church or baptized into the Catholic
Church but have yet to receive the sacraments of Eucharist and/or
Confirmation. Classes will begin in September if we have applicants. For more information please call Sister Dominic Joseph at
If you have received the Sacraments of Baptism and Eucharist,
but have never been Confirmed, please consider receiving instructions about the Sacrament of Confirmation to complete your three
Sacraments of Initiation.
Often adults are asked to be a Godparent or sponsor for a family member or friend, but are not able to do so because they have
never been confirmed. Rich Knotek will provide Confirmation
classes for interested adults. For more information, call Dani
Annino at 860-267-6644.
The Knights of Columbus and the Guild of St. Patrick will, once
again, offer four $500 scholarships to active St. Patrick Church
parishioners who are currently enrolled at a Catholic High School.
Applications will be available for pickup in the Parish Office (or can
be mailed out) after August 18th and must be returned before
SEPTEMBER 12, 2014.
BLUE MASS Steak Dinner Fundraiser
The fundraiser will be held on Friday, September 5,
2014 at the East Great Plain Fire Department, 488 New London
Turnipike, Norwich, from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. The dinner will
include steak, baked potato, salad, bread & butter, soda and water. Tickets are $20.00 for Adults and $10.00 for Children 12 and
under.For more information or tickets please call Monsignor
Brown at 860-887-9294, ext. 232 or Ms. Becky Cady 860-8879294, ext. 235.
Twenty-fourth Annual BLUE MASS
All law enforcement officers (federal, state, and municipal, active and retired) and their families are invited to the
Twenty-fourth Annual Blue Mass and Reception, Sunday, September 21, 2014, in the Cathedral of Saint Patrick, 10:15 a.m.
All parishioners are cordially invited to attend this Mass. Bishop
Cote, the Bishop of Norwich, will celebrate the Mass and Very
Reverend David P. Choquette, Police Chaplain, and Pastor of
Most Holy Trinity, Pomfret and Saint Mary Church, Putnam, will
be the Homilist.
Norwich Police Chief Louis J. Fusaro, Sr., and Connecticut State Police Major Louis J. Fusaro, Jr., are the Blue Mass
Co-Chairs. For more information, please call Chief Fusaro, Major Fusaro, or Monsignor Brown at 860-887-9294, ext. 232.
Next weekend our parish will take up the National
Combined Collection which benefits: The Catholic Communications Campaign, The Annual Appeal for the Holy Father,
The Retirement Fund for Religious, and Catholic University
of America. This collection communicates the gospel and
enriches our faith through Internet, television radio, and print
media; provides the Holy Father with the funds he needs to
carry out his charitable works around the world; helps provide prescription medications, nursing care, and much more
for thousands of elderly religious; and allows a countless
number of students to experience an education grounded in
Catholic tradition.
You will be receiving a mailing with more detailed
information this week. Please read the material and if you
are so inclined, please bring your gift envelope to Mass next
weekend, September 7/8, 2014. (Gift envelopes and an informational brochure are also available at the church.) Your
support of these needs of the Universal Church will truly
make a difference. Please be as generous as your means allow.
August 30-31, 2014
22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Introduction-Liturgy of the Word:
God has called us here as disciples today. As we gather,
we will hear readings about the price of discipleship,
how we must deny ourselves and take up our cross. We
begin and end every one of these Sunday celebrations
with the sign of the cross. Let us pray today for the
grace to truly appreciate what it means to be marked with
that sign.
Saturday: 1 Cor 1:26-31; Ps 33:12-13, 18-21;
Mt 25:14-30
Sunday: Jer 20:7-9; Ps 63:2-6, 8-9; Rom 12:1-2;
Mt 16:21-27
Monday: 1 Cor 2:1-5; Ps 119:97-102; Lk 4:16-30
Tuesday: 1 Cor 2:10b-16; Ps 145:8-14; Lk 4:31-37
Wednesday: 1 Cor 3:1-9; Ps 33:12-15, 20-21;
Lk 4:38-44
Thursday: 1 Cor 3:18-23; Ps 24:1bc-4ab, 5-6;
Lk 5:1-11
Friday: 1 Cor 4:1-5; Ps 37:3-6, 27-28, 39-40;
Lk 5:33-39
Aug 30: Alice Kaminske 1987, Michael Tierney 1981
Aug 31: ——Sept 1: William Cook 1986, Joseph Martucci 1984, Fr.
Hyacinth Lepak 1978, Bessie Bost 1974
Sept 2: Cheryl Walsh 2005, Willis Hall 1994, Eugene Avery
Jr. 1982, Herbert Lawson 1982, Peter Villemaire 1978, Wolf
Reisinger 1967
Sept 3: Jean Naughton 2005, Margaret Csoka 1991, Theresa
Worms 1987, David Cromak 1985, Thomas Morse 1984,
Santa Marin 1983, Anastasia Tichy 1983, Gerald Hague 1982,
Helen O'Kulich 1979
Sept 4: Fred Powers 2005, Earl Garvey 2001, Anton Lechner
1990, Richard Harris Jr.1987, Lawrence Becker 1976,
Raymond Perron Jr. 1976, John Toomey 1975, Viola
Wollander 1970
Sept 5: Maureen Mello 2010, Olga Booth 2004, Ben Jones
1984, Mary O'Connell 1976, Mabel Moore 1974, Margaret
O'Brien 1974, Margaret Stangle 1974
Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord. May their souls
and the souls of all the faithful departed through the
mercy of God rest in peace. Amen.
Nationwide Pro-Life
This program will begin on
Wednesday, September 24th and
run through Sunday, November
2nd. There will be a “40 Days
for Life” Vigil Mass on Tuesday, Sept. 23rd at 7:00pm at the
Cathedral in Norwich. For forty days the focus will be to
bring together the body of Christ in a spirit of unity with
prayer, fasting and peaceful activism.
Apostolate of Prayer for
We pray for our Priests: for the sanctity of their souls; and for perfect love,
that they be the Voice of Christ. May they be a channel for His Precious
Blood, always acting through love….Mother Catherine Aurelia, Foundress
8/30: Rev. Thomas Hoar & Rev. Roland Cloutier
8/31: Rev. Nicholas Mbogo & Msgr. Kevin Randall
9/1: Rev. Frank McKena & Rev. Tomasz Wilk
9/2: Rev. Kevin Reilly & Rev. Anthony Gruber
9/3: Rev. John Gwudz & Rev. Edward Wisneski
9/4: Rev. Marek Masnicki & Rev. Luis Agudelo
9/5: Rev. Dariusz Dudzik & Rev. Dennis Mercieri
The number of abortions in the United
States has declined 25% since 1990.
Still, 1.1 million U.S. abortions occur yearly.
“All who are genuinely committed to the advancement of
women can and must offer a woman or a girl who is
pregnant, frightened, and alone a better alternative than
the destruction of her own unborn child.” (Mary Ann
Glendon, Fourth World Conference on Women, Beijing,
China, September 5, 1995)
Need help? St. Agnes Family Center emphasizes a
respect for life, recognizing the unique dignity of each
individual. 104 Mayflower St, West Hartford, Ct. 06110
(1-860-521-7516, Email: [email protected])
August 30-31, 2014
Heat Exhaustion: This is a heat-related illness caused
by the loss of water and electrolytes from the body. It
causes excess sweating, extreme fatigue, weakness, dizziness, nausea, vomiting and headache. Sometimes it
causes muscle cramping.
Risk factors are: strenuous exertion in high temperatures, poor physical conditions, loss of salt or water by
reducing oral intake, overuse of diuretics (water pills),
pre-existing illness with fever, alcohol use and clothing
too warm for the climate.
Heat Exhaustion can lead to dehydration: The human
body is comprised largely of water. If you lose more fluids than you take in, you can become dehydrated. This
means there are not enough fluids in our body for it to
function right.
What to do for dehydration: Drink plenty of liquids,
water is best. Doctor may advise electrolyte solution or
sports drinks. Avoid alcohol; caffeine and carbonated
drinks can lead to increased dehydration.
Prevention of Heat Exhaustion/Dehydration:
Watch for early signs of heat illness and stop physical
exertion before they worsen - minimize skin exposure;
use a hat and lightweight, light colored clothing - do not
exercise in hot weather - avoid dehydration by drinking
8 ounces of fluid for every 15 minutes of moderate exercise - limit alcohol and caffeine use in hot weather.
Get prompt Medical Attention if there is: continued
vomiting, worsening symptoms of weakness or dizziness, not able to keep fluids down, body temperature of
103F oral or higher, confusion or coma, hot, flushed skin
without sweating.
Defending Our Religious Liberty
#131 August 31, 2014
22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
A Pontifical Mass with Bishop Cote will be held on Sunday, October 19th at 2:00pm at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in
Norwich. This Mass is for the renewal of marriage vows
and presentation of commemorative certificates to couples
celebrating their 25th and 50th wedding anniversaries, or
other anniversary significant to them. Families are invited. Couples must be in good standing with the Church,
sacramentally married in the church and must register with
their parish. To register call the parish office at 860-2676644.
It’s time to help fight cancer and donate
to the St. Patrick Church Team for the
Relay for Life on September 6th. Log onto, then click Donate. You can enter our Team
name – St. Patrick Church (make sure it’s in East
Haddam, Ct) – or Jann Dalton– and help us reach our
goal for 2014. It’s a way to celebrate cancer survivors,
remember lost loved ones and honor those still fighting.
Once again, our very own Kevin Reich has donated his 3-bedroom house on Cape-Cod as a prize!
All those raising more than $300 for the St. Patrick team
will be entered into a drawing for a getaway at the Cape!
Raise more than $100 and you’ll be entered in a
drawing for: $50 gift certificate for Angelico’s Restaurant, $50 gift certificate for Sadler’s Restaurant, $50 gift
certificate for It’s So Ranunculus. You may win a prize
and every dollar raised helps us fight this terrible disease
that takes too many from our Parish. For more information, see Jann Dalton (860) 267-5710 or Dani Annino
(860) 267-6644.
Mass for Those Dedicated to Education: The 19th Annual Dioce-
Unless reversed or modified, the current federal
health care mandate threatens religious liberty,
guaranteed to all Americans in the U.S. Constitution
under the First Amendment.
If you haven’t done so already, please voice your
opposition to the health care mandate by calling
President Obama at the White House at 202-4561111 or U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Mathews Burwell at 202-205-5445. Let
them know that the mandate is in violation of our
First Amendment right to religious freedom.
san Mass for those dedicated to education will be celebrated on September 7th at 8:45am. All are welcome.
PRO-LIFE MASS: Join us as we pray to end abortion and for the
healing of those who have had an abortion on September 6th at
8:00a.m. at St. Patrick Cathedral in Norwich.
Mass of Remembrance: The annual Diocesan Mass of Remembrance
in memory of children who have died from stillbirths, miscarriages or
abortions, will be held September 9th at 6:00pm at the St. Patrick Cathedral in Norwich. Light refreshments to follow. 860-889-8346 ext
Senior Renewal Day: Fr. Roger Couture invites all seniors to join
this year’s series “The Parables of Jesus—Guides for Faith Pilgrims”
beginning on Wed. Sept 17th 9:30am-1:00pm. Fee is $10—call 860423-8484.
Married Couples’ Retreat: Come, join us Sept 26-28 for 10th Married Couples Retreat at Immaculata Retreat House. Capacity is limited.
Call 860-423-8484 for more information.
August 30-31, 2014
22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Have you seen the St. Patrick Prayer Board for active military
personnel who are fighting on the front lines for our freedom?
It’s located in the vestibule of the Church, to the left as you
enter from the front steps. We post the pictures and rank of
relatives of our parish family members and ask that you
remember them in daily prayer. Please let us know if there are
any family members you would like posted...and may God
keep them safe.
“Lord, hold our troops in your loving hands. Protect them as
they protect us. Bless them and their families for the selfless
acts they perform for us in our time of need. We ask this in the
name of Jesus, our Lord and Savior. Amen.”
St. John Paul II Regional School the Regional Catholic
elementary and middle school of the Middletown Deanery is
accepting enrollments for the upcoming school year. For more
information or to schedule a tour, visit our website at or call 860-347-2978.
Have FAITH in your child’s school: Educate Mind, Heart,
Body AND Spirit.
Bereavement Support Groups
Every first and third Monday: 5:00-6:30pm, Conference
Room A or B, Middlesex Hospital, Middletown. Every second
and fourth Thursday: 6:30-8:00pm, Shoreline Medical
Center, 260 Westbrook Rd., Essex. Every second and fourth
Wednesday: 10:00-11:30am, One MacDonough Place,
Community Room. (The Hospital’s assisted living facility on
the corner of Main St. Extension and MacDonough Place.) For
more information, please call Chaplain Dennis McCann,
Middlesex Hospital Chaplain, 860-358-6725.
One of the most memorable images from the pontificate of
Pope John Paul II is not his shocked expression as he is hit by
a bullet, but rather his tender meeting with his assailant, and
his forgiveness. It is far more compelling because, although
people are struck by bullets every day, true reconciliation is in
relatively short supply. An outside observer might list
attempting to kill the pope as an unforgiveable sin, but of
course we know that forgiveness of sin is woven deeply into
our tradition of living as Christ did.
Interestingly enough, the Church took a hard line on
these matters early on. Until the second century, people
expected Christ’s return in the near future, so they deferred
judgment to him. Soon, however, bishops began to grant
forgiveness for sin after baptism, but only once. What we
know as the sacrament of penance takes its life from Jesus’
work of reconciliation, but just as scripture shows Jesus
forgiving people in one life-changing encounter, so the church
granted one chance only. Great sins were the target, such as
idolatry, adultery, and murder. Penance was lengthy, difficult,
and public, and the bishop was in charge of the process. For
the next several weeks, we’ll look at subsequent creative and
helpful changes in the celebration of this sacrament.
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
We Can Help
To report inappropriate contact of any kind by a
representative of the Diocese of Norwich or for assistance
to victims, please call: 1-800-624-7407
A beautiful sacrament full of blessings,
romance, love, commitment, comedy,
giving, new life, joys, sorrows, adventure, challenges,
responsibilities, growth, memories and more.
“Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved,
clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility,
gentleness and patience. Bear with one another and forgive
whatever grievances you may have against one another.
Forgive as the Lord forgave you. And over all these virtues put
on love, which binds them all together in perfect
unity.” (Colossians 3:12-14)
St. Patrick Church Ministries
Altar Servers: Susan Lanzi 267-9984
Altar Society: Maureen Sweeney 267-2520
ACTS Retreat/Men& Women: Warren & Beverly Edwards
267-9926, Al & Isabel Vela 267-1508, and John & Carol Lambert 267-9157
Baptism Contact: Sister Dominic Joseph 267-6644
Baptism Class: Mary Kaye Varni 267-9050
Catholic Scripture Study: Kathy Anderson 365-5003
Child Advocate: Peggy Puzzo 267-9932
Cobalt Lodge: Daisy Conway 267-0833
Coordinator of Caregiving: Sister Dominic Joseph 267-6644
Eucharistic Adoration: Margaret Bannon 267-2165 and
Joan Fomento 267-8512
Guild: Melissa Jones 467-6544 & Nancy McFatter 267-4653
Knights of Columbus: Gary Corliss 860-467-6616
Marriage Encounter: Dan & Pam Harazim 267-1184
Nurses’ Ministry: Mary Gould 860-267-4643
Pastoral Council Chair: Peter Bergan 267-4341
Prayer Group: George & Regina Looby 267-8203
Prayer Line: Jann Dalton 267-5720 & Pat Powers 267-8529
Pro-Life: Bill & Debbie Lonsdale 267-1878 and
Rev. Walter Nagle 267-6644
R.C.I.A.: Sister Dominic Joseph 267-6644
Vocation Contact: Rev. Walter Nagle 267-6644
Wedding Coordinator: Michelle Donahue 342-0435
Westside Manor: Deb Desrocher 267-0705