The Epiphany of the Lord

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					                                       MARY, MOTHER OF GOD CHURCH

        The Epiphany of the Lord

                                                                 FRIDAY – January 13, St. Hilary
                                                                  8:15 John J. Murphy, Jr., request of James/Karen Walker
                                                                       Connie Doyle, request of Julie Clifford
                                                                 12:00 Ronald DeModna, request of Pat/Bob Burke
                                                                       Kathleen Strausser, request of Rosemary/John Keyes

When Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea, in the days of        SATURDAY – January 14, Blessed Virgin Mary
King Herod, behold, magi from the east arrived in                 8:15 John Palumbo, request of M/M George Palumbo
Jerusalem, saying, "Where is the newborn king of the Jews?             Fred and Dorothy Rosette, request of Grandchildren
We saw his star at its rising and have come to do him
homage."                                 - Matthew 2:1-2                             NEXT WEEKEND

                                                                   Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
                                                                 SATURDAY VIGIL MASS (January 14)
                                                                 5:00 PM Gayle Lawlor, request of Family
       DAILY ST. MARY CHAPEL MASSES                                   Catherine T. McGrath, request of Patricia McGrath
              8:15 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.
                                                                          MARY, MOTHER OF GOD CHURCH
                  Monday to Friday                                                                           January 15, 2012
           6:30 a.m. Communion Service                           7:30 John Mazur, request of M/M Victor Urgo
                                                                   9:00 Anne Casey, request of Tara/John Casey
             Beginning of Ordinary Time                                  Margaret Simmons, r/o Monmouth County Health
MONDAY – January 9, The Baptism of the Lord                       10:30 Andrew Murray, request of Family
 8:15 Bernard Anthony Gannon, r/o M/M Charles Gannon                     Mark Sobel, Jr., request of the Falco Family
      Ethel Kelly, request of Julie Flores                       12:00 James Whalen, request of M/M Bonadonna
12:00 Giuseppina Torella, request of Irma Laush                          Louis Marzelli, r/o Vlacancich/DeMartino Families
      Joan McLaughlin, request of John/Sally O’Brien               5:00 PM George Miltner, request of M/M Gary Carmody
                                                                         Jay Schaaf, request of Red Hot Golden Girls
TUESDAY – January 10, First Week in Ordinary Time                        St. Mary Parishioners
 8:15 Tom Walsh, request of Wife/Family
      Erin Boss, request of Karin/Gerry Duffy
12:00 Harriet Wood, request of Tara/John Casey
      Thomas Walsh, request of Tara/John Casey                                             
                                                                 SANCTUARY CANDLE
WEDNESDAY – January 11                                           In Loving Memory of Mal Jack, request of Family.
 8:15 Jim Golding, request of Family
      Anne Muratore, request of Marsh/Sutton Families            ADORATION CHAPEL CANDLES
12:00 Marguerite Curti, request of Donna Dini                    In Loving Memory of Dr. Francis J. Collini,
      Jane Hafner, request of Marti Ferraro                      request of the Murray Family.
                                                                 In Loving Memory of Thomas Walsh, request of Jackie
THURSDAY – January 12                                            and Jules Lelesi.
 8:15 Helen Wasilewicz, r/o Bill/Tina/Jason McCann
      Frederick Woerz, request of Daughter
                                                                                Parish Bulletin Board
12:00 Nicoletta Caldarola, request of Daughter
      Alison Domalewski, r/o M/M Christopher Begley                        Today. . . .Second Collection/Diocesan
                                                                           Polar Plunge, Sea Bright, 1:00 p.m.

                                                 MIDDLETOWN, N J

Dear Parishioners,

       Today, at 1:00 p.m., is the big   Plunge in Sea Bright to benefit Catholic Schools. All are invited to be there
for the plunge. Even if you are not going in the water         come and support the cause of Catholic Schools
in our own parish and in the surrounding area. From a few schools participating at its infancy a few years ago, to
now --- where we are seeing so many more parishes and schools joining in this fun event in the middle of winter.
Thank you to Jim Shaw and the other members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians for planning and making
this event happen among us. Catholic Schools Week begins on the 29th of January and more details about the
celebration will be in the bulletin over the next couple of weeks. The theme this year is “Faith, Academics,

        Thank you to all who welcomed Fr. Juan Pablo, from our sister parish in Sololá, Guatemala, among us. It
was wonderful to have him as our guest in the rectory. Since our visit to Sololá last February, I have been looking
forward to his visit so that we could share with him life in our parish and listen to him tell the stories of what has
been happening in his parish since our visit. The relationship between the two parishes is growing and thanks to
our Twinning Team under the leadership of David Legg, this relationship will continue to be fostered into the
future. The sense and spirit of the universality of our Church is very tangibly experienced first-hand when we
connect with a particular parish in another culture in a different part of the world. Today’s Feast of the Epiphany is
a great connection for us on this subject and for us as a Parish to be responding in this way is wonderful.

        Thank you to all of you for your generous gifts to us, the priests, during the Christmas season and thank you
for your wonderful spirit of stewardship shown in the sharing of gifts with the parish during Christmas; you will see
a report on that in another part of the bulletin.

                              Tomorrow is the Feast of the Baptism of Our Lord. It closes the Christmas Season
                              and it is a Feast Day that we remember every time we pray the Mysteries of Light on
                              the Rosary. The very first one is an expression of faith in this event in the life of
                              Jesus. Pray that mystery of the Rosary tomorrow and honor the Feast. Reflect on the
                              Sacrament of Baptism in your own life and remember it with children. Show pictures
                              to children of their own Baptism and bring out their Baptismal Candle and Garment;
                              show them to your children and talk about Baptism.

       Another event that is coming up is the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. Fr. Carlos is our leader this
year and he has scheduled our Prayer Service for Monday, January 30th at 7:30 p.m. in Mary, Mother of God
Church. Our neighborhood congregations are invited to join us in prayer that evening. Please note the date and
time and invite your fellow Christians in your neighborhood to join us.

        We have begun 2012 and it is a good time to repair some relationships in our families and among our
friends. Commit to repairing at least one relationship in the near future. It will be a great grace in your life to
achieve this newness.

       God bless all of you this week,
                                                                     Fr. Mike

                                                EPIPHANY OF THE LORD

            “To everything there is a season                           and a time to every purpose under heaven.”
. . .a time to be born. . . .

. . .a time to love. . . . . . . .. . . . Carolyn Patricia Walsh and Alex Richard Nixon

. . .a time to heal. . . . . . . .                                   Ronald Corey, Sr., Aiden Leotta (1 yr old, np), and we
ask God to watch over those who are hungry, the homeless, our Country, for all those facing unemployment, for the
people, especially the children in third world countries, for those in Nursing Homes and Rehabs, all health care
providers, for those children with cancer and all those who are dying from cancer, for those that suffer from
depression, for all those with eating disorders and incurable diseases of the vital organs, for all those waiting for
organ transplants, for an end to abortion, for all those with incurable autoimmune diseases and for all those who are
afflicted with MS, CF, Lou Gehrig’s disease, for those who suffer from Alzheimer disease and their families.

       (2)… Carol Haldeman (np), Shaelah Pierson (3rd Grader), Patricia Welsh (np), Katherine Lamb and Mary Lamb, Daniel
Flanagan for the family and friends of Baby Bella;
       (3)… Karissa Duszczak (np, 6 yr.old), Gerry Crouch (np), Vincent Leishman (np), Bonnie Osborne, Frank Gobbo (np),
Bette Maltese (np), Louise LeBeau (np), and Roberta Lonergan;

        (4)… Bill Flanagan (np), Pat McAuliffe (np), Elizabeth Berardi, and Jennifer (np);

        (5)… Pauline DeCarolis (np), Victoria Trelford, Joseph Wehner (np), Nella Tierney, Conor D’Andria (6-yr old, np, head
                 injury), Margaret Burke, Joan McTigue, Henry Ballasty, Wayne Nef, Mac and Terry Lyden, Michael
Dunzello, Patrick Moran, Robert Griffiths (np), Rita Whelan, Angela Brummert, Rita Young, Nancy Russell (np), Stephanie
Hardman Kaminoff (np), Mary Ural (np), Gary and Lorrie Hermann (Parents of Sister Sharon), Eileen D’Alvia, James Joseph
Gentilesco (np), Eileen Pilgrim, Margaret Cascone, Msgr. Leon Kasprzyk, John Acer, Russell Drone, Rita Romeo (np), Most
Rev. John C. Reiss (Bishop Emeritus), Florence J. Smith, Kenneth McGrath, Tracy Spece (np), Morgan, Ned Ryan, Fr. Bob
Tynski, Patricia Seaman (np), Billy Dickenson, Rosemary Markowski (np), Colin Bibaud (child), Peggy Franznick, Ruth
Byrnes, Tyler Smith (PREP Student), Alexandra Confusione (child), Irma Sanchez (np), Patrick Mayer, Vincent Fumo (np),
Kevin Kret (St. Leo’s), Karen Hopkins, Halie Palmer (PREP student), Terry McGhee (St. Ann’s), Daniele Keigher, Brian Keigher,
Anne Liddy, Angela Colaianni (np), and Noel Anderson.

. . .a time to be Born to Eternal Life…. Thomas ‘Tom’ Corcoran, and for aborted babies and those men and women
who died this week in the Service of our Country.

. . .Pray for our servicemen and women at home and abroad, for those serving our Country overseas,
Lt. Col. Kevin Meisler, Army Reserve ~ Todd M. Cox, U. S. Air Force – Iraq ~ Captain Josh Pershing, U.S. Air Force, 3rd
tour-Iraq ~ Master Gunnery Sgt. C. T. Gregoire, Marines ~, James G. Bruncati, U. S. Air Force ~ SFC Wesley Briggs,
U.S. Army ~ 2 tour in Iraq, stationed in Egypt; Kiera Connerty, West Point graduate, Black Hawk helicopter pilot ~
Iraq; Justin and Nicole Westmoreland, Air Force, Lance Cpl. Jonathan Bagnato, Andrew Leroy, Jeffrey Benffer, Ryan
Trachman ~ Marines, and Fr. John Ryan.

                                 “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.”

                                                 JANUARY 8, 2012

                                 POLAR PLUNGE SUNDAY

                          Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

                                             YearRound Gifts

As the members of the RCIA continue their Catechesis of the Seven Sacraments, may our faith-filled
parishioners, who live this message, continue to light the way.

The Sacraments have the mysteries of Christ’s life as their foundation. Sacraments are “powers that
come forth” from the Body of Christ, which is ever-living and life-giving. They are actions of the Holy
Spirit at work in His Body, the Church. They are “the masterworks of God” in the new and everlasting

With God’s sanctifying grace (the GIFT OF DIVINE LIFE); our lives are transformed by our sharing in
the life of God. We are enabled to put our faith in God, to hope for His mercy and to love Him in His
people. We are also strengthened to handle any situation in our lives.


                                                                                                    +Sister Gloria

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                                                    EPIPHANY OF THE LORD

   Sunday Scripture for Kids Program
      Returns today, January 8th                                                  Rosary Altar Society
             9:00 a.m. Mass
        Hope to see you there!                                           Our Benediction/meeting will be held January 9th at
                                                                         7:30 p.m., Saint Mary Chapel, at which time we will
                                                                         install new members.
                                                                         Anyone interested in joining the Rosary Altar Society
                                                                         or if you have any questions, please contact Debbie
                                                                         Schneider (732) 706-0095 or Janet Moscuzza (732)
 ___________________________________________________                      ___________________________________________________

                                                                             Calling ALL Mater Dei
                                                                                Class of ’72 Alumni!
January 8. . . . . . . . . . Teaching #3, w/PREP                         Mark your 2012 calendars now for our 40th Reunion on
January 15. . . . . . . . . .Preparations for CRS Food Fast              Saturday, April 28th, at the Sheraton Eatontown. For
January 22. . . . . . . . . .Planning Meeting for 2nd half of year       further information, please contact Ellen Poole,
                                                                        or      Mike       Colman,
         All youth of the Parish, 9th Grade up – are invited to Updates will be posted
join the Youth Group; or, come to one of our meetings to see             on the high school website and sent to alumni with
what we are all about. If you have any questions, please call            current address information; so spread the good news to
our Youth Minister, Mr. Craig Palmer, for additional                     classmates who may be out of touch. Cheers!
information. 732-706-5254.
 ___________________________________________________                      ___________________________________________________

  Our Poor Boxes are The Bread Boxes
             for the Poor                                                       ____________________________________
Our St. Vincent de Paul Society has set up poor boxes
                                                                                    FINANCIAL AID NIGHT
beneath the Statue of the Good Shepherd in the Narthex of
Mary, Mother of God Church.
                                                                                    January 25th - 7:00 p.m.
        Please don’t forget about us as you enter or leave
Church.                                                                  Mater Dei Prep will sponsor a Financial Aid Night
God Bless you, and Thank You                                             presented by Rider University on Wednesday, January
      for your response                                                  25, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in the Mater Dei Prep Commons.

   Members of St. Vincent de Paul Society                                 ___________________________________________________

                                          EPIPHANY OF THE LORD

                                POLAR PLUNGE SUNDAY

               St. Mary’s Parish Faith Community Nursing Ministry

                                       Heart – Healthy Tips

Adopting a healthy lifestyle increases your chance of having a healthy heart. Three of the major risk factors for
heart attack are high blood cholesterol, high blood pressure and excess body weight.

Healthy food habits can help you reduce these risk factors. A healthy diet and an active lifestyle can help lower
your cholesterol and help control your weight.

                     Maximize Your Chances for a Healthy Heart

              Eat less saturated fat
              Eat less cholesterol
              Eat a variety of foods every day
              Prepare foods in a healthy way
              Become more physically active
              Maintain a healthy weight

                              Simple Steps to Get You Started

              Slowly increase the whole grains, fruits and vegetables you eat
              Switch from traditional snack foods to fruits and vegetables
              Eat fish, chicken or lean cuts of beef, pork or lamb
              Keep added fats to a minimum by using liquid oils when possible
              Bake or broil foods rather than fry them
              Try adding beans and nuts for protein
              Make all dairy choices low-fat or fat-free

Just by keeping these simple guidelines in mind, you can go a long way towards increasing your chances for a
healthy heart. You might even post these tips on your refrigerator and keep a copy in your wallet, so that you’ll
be reminded of heart-healthy choices wherever you are – whether it’s at home, the supermarket or a restaurant.

                                                                             -Courtesy of Marti Andrews, Phd,RD

                                                                                               Eileen Theall, R.N.

                               EPIPHANY OF THE LORD

               Nurturing generous disciples to serve
                  as the hands and feet of Christ

                “They prostrated themselves and did Him homage.
          Then they opened their treasures and offered Him gifts of gold,
                           frankincense, and myrrh….”
                                                                           -Matthew 2:11

Notice the distinct order of events in the Magi’s visit. First they knelt before
Jesus and prayed to Him. Then they presented Him with their gifts. We, too, must
take time to pray before we presume to present our gifts to the Lord. We never
know what gifts God might be asking us to share.

        But when we kneel before Him in prayer, we will find the answer.

                                     Tabernacle                    Altar

                                             EPIPHANY OF THE LORD

               The 39th March for Life will be on January 23, 2012

                                            Washington, D.C.
Please consider joining members of Saint Mary’s Community on Monday, January 23 rd to participate in the 39th
annual MARCH FOR LIFE. The March begins on the Mall and concludes at the United States Supreme Court
Building (approximately ½ hour walk). It is an extremely exhilarating and prayerful day!

        The MARCH FOR LIFE is the collective effort of grassroots pro-life Americans to assure that our laws
protect the right to life of each human being. I urge you to attend and experience a proactive, holy, and spirit-filled
day. We will attend 6:00 a.m. Mass at St. Mary’s Chapel and depart by bus immediately afterwards. We anticipate
returning by 10:00 p.m.

       The cost for transportation to Washington is $15.00 per person ($60.00 maximum per family). There are a
limited number of seats available. Please call John Lovasz – 732-787-2794 for reservations and further

                        National Vocation Awareness Week
                               January 9 – 14, 2012
                                          Hear Ye!            Hear Ye!

It is our responsibility to encourage young people to be generous as they
discern the possibility of a call to service in the Church (Priesthood,
Diaconate or Consecrated Life), to marriage or the single life. Vocation
recruitment is everyone’s responsibility. All need to foster a culture of

Just as Jesus needed to hear with his human ears the voice of the Father,
so our young people need to hear words of encouragement from parents,
other family members and the parish. God’s call comes through this way.

                                                                                         -Parish Vocations Committee

                                                EPIPHANY OF THE LORD

                            St. Mary’s Travel Group Presents Trips for 2012

                              For questions and for reservation on all trips contact
                                        Fran Timpanaro, 732-708-0430

                              All buses leave from the Mater Dei Prep parking lot
                                            (unless otherwise noted)
January in Atlantic City
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
        Get out of the cold and enjoy a fun day at Resorts Casino (trying someplace new). Cost $27 – Day includes $25 slot
play, $10 food voucher, transportation and bus driver’s gratuity. Bus leaves at 9:30 a.m. and return home close to 7:00 p.m.

St. Mary’s Travel Group goes to Broadway
Sunday, February 26th
        “Godspell” This beloved classic returns to Broadway. Godspell is a timeless tale of friendship, loyalty and love
that has touched the hearts of countless theater-goers all over the world. Remember “Day by Day?” Hear it again! . $110
includes Orchestra seat, transportation, and driver’s gratuity. Bus leaves at 11:00 a.m., show time 2:30 p.m. which leaves
time to have a nice lunch or shop.

Philadelphia Flower Show
Monday, March 5th
        Enjoy a day of spring in March. The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society will present “Hawaii Islands of Aloha”.
From towering waterfalls and waves of orchids, to glowing volcanoes and serene sunsets the 2012 Flower Show is an
immersion of dramatic landscapes and tranquil spirit of Hawaii. You will be carried away to a floral hula fest, romantic beach
wedding, tropical ranch house surfers retreat and a rocky garden of the gods. $58 includes admission ticket, transportation
and driver’s gratuity. Bus leaves at 8:30 a.m.

“Sight and Sound” ~~~ Where the Bible Comes to Life ~~~ “Be the First to Experience this Brand New Show.”
Thursday, April 12th
         “Jonah” The popular biblical story of disobedience and betrayal coupled with God’s gracious mercy and love.
You will explore the extreme elements Jonah encounters when he runs away. Cost $105 includes an enjoyable buffet lunch,
time to shop, admission ticket, transportation and driver’s gratuity. This is sure to be a fun-full-day. Bus leaves at 8:30 a.m.
                              After you have reserved your seat – all checks are made out to
                                St. Mary’s Travel Group and mailed to Fran Timpanaro
                                       48 Starr Ct., Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716

                                                EPIPHANY OF THE LORD

                                            DIOCESE OF TRENTON
                                            CATHOLIC CHARITIES

Once again, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton, is planning for its 15th annual Ray of Hope Gala to be
held on Friday April 27th, 2012 at Eagle Oaks Country Club, Farmingdale. Along with the event, we will also
be conducting our Super 50-50 Raffle. All proceeds from the Gala and the raffle benefit Catholic Charities
programs in Monmouth County, renewing life and restoring hope for those in need, regardless of religious

Next weekend, Saturday and Sunday, January 14/15th, a member of Catholic Charities will be here to
sell tickets for their 50-50 Raffle. CC is looking for 4 to 8 volunteers to participate as parish liaisons,
assisting with event ticket sales and raffle sales following each of the Masses on the weekend. You’ll have an
opportunity to meet other diocesan volunteers and enjoy the rewards of giving. For more information or to
join the Gala committee, call 732-747-9660 ext. 116 or visit our website at

                                            DIOCESE OF TRENTON
                                               RESPECT LIFE

On Monday, January 23, 2012, at 10:00 a.m., the Mass for Giving Thanks to God for the
Gift of Human Life will be celebrated at the Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption in Trenton.

This is the first year the Diocese of Trenton will celebrate this Mass in commemoration of the anniversary of
the Roe v. Wade decision. We invite you to join Catholics from New Jersey in praying for an end to abortion.
Then walk from the Cathedral to the State House for the NJRTL Rally for Life.

                 KIDS’ KORNER. . . .SHARING THE GOSPEL
God wants these gifts from you: love, forgiveness, and sharing. The wise men took Jesus gifts of gold, frankincense, and
myrrh. You may not have these to give to God. You can give God gifts more valuable than gold, frankincense, and myrrh.
Forgive someone. It is worth more than a piece of gold. Say NO to bad ways. This is worth more than frankincense. Share
with others. This is worth more than myrrh.

Lord, help me do things worth more than gold for You.

Mission for the Week
I will straighten my room, clean my closet, and dust my furniture.

                                                EPIPHANY OF THE LORD

                                         Upper Room Spiritual Center
                                       3455 W. Bangs Avenue, Building 2
                                      (Parish of Holy Innocents, Neptune)
                                         Neptune 07753, 732-922-0550

     Opening to the Presence of God: A Journey into Intimacy with God through
                                Centering Prayer
The session will include: input, a video of Fr. Thomas Keating, discussion and prayer.
                                 Facilitator: Bunny Scott, Spiritual Director
                        Evening: Thursday, January 12th; Fee: $30 each session or
                             Day: Tuesday, January 17th, 10:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
                                           Fee: $35-$45 each session

                            Change Your Outlook!                   Change Your Life!!!!
Come and reflect on the meaning of “abundant thinking” and learn ways to experience life in greater fullness
including: visualization, meditation techniques, focused intention and mindfulness practices.
                                     Presenter: Maureen Conroy, RSM
                         Date/Time: Wednesday, January 18th, 7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
                                                Fee: $25-$35

                                              A Women’s Gathering
Join a circle of women as we explore the traits of a healthy spirituality as viewed from a feminine
                           Date/Time: Saturday, January 21st, 10:00 a.m.
                                          Fee: $15-$20

                                      Reflecting on the Gift of Years
The gift of our older years is not merely being alive; it is the gift of becoming more fully alive than ever!
Come and discover or grow more appreciative of the “Gift of Years.” The time will include liturgy and a light
                                  Presenter: Maureen Christensen, RSM
                         Date/Time: Thursday, January 26th, 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
                                               Fee: $25-$35


              Selective Seconds ~ St. Vincent de Paul ~ Parish of St. Rose, Belmar
Selective Seconds, St. Vincent de Paul’s very popular, gently used furniture and home décor non-profit store, is a 2011
Readers Choice Award Winner as one of the BEST furniture stores Monmouth County and is now open. Visit us in our new
location at the Barn in the Belmar Plaza; entrance to our store is located in the parking lot just off 10th Avenue between Main
Street and the RR tracks. Hours are: Thursdays, Fridays, & Saturdays, 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. You can reach us at 732-894-
9393. Added bonus: No sales tax charges on purchases. Visit Selective Seconds and experience Fashionable Philanthropy
for yourself! (All proceeds from sales benefit the needy in our local community.)

                                              EPIPHANY OF THE LORD

                         National Vocation Awareness Week
                                January 9 – 14, 2012

                                                                                    The Knights of Columbus
                                                                                                    In Service to One,
                       ursillo                                                                        In Service to All.

                                                                   If any Practical Catholic Man is interested in learning
The Bayshore Ultreya of Cursillo meets in St. Mary Chapel          more about or joining the Knights of Columbus –
lower hall every second Saturday of the month at 9:00 AM.          please contact Grant Knight, Robert Drach
Our next meeting will be on Saturday, January 14th. We    or 732-233-5833. (only practical
invite all Cursillestas living their 4th day to join us for        Catholics in union with the Holy See shall be eligible
fellowship and sharing. To find out more about us, call            to and entitled to continue membership in the order.
Janet Moscuzza (732) 671-7248.                                     An applicant for membership shall not be less than 18
                                                                   years of age on his last birthday.” –Laws of Order)
We have completed the Fall Men’s and Women’s                       Thank you, and God Bless!
Weekends. Any man or women interested in completing a
weekend this Spring contact Janet or go to or

                                                                                 What do YOU do between
                      JANUARY DANCE                                              Sundays to help keep your
                                                                                     Faith alive?
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