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ST. JOHN CATHOLIC CHURCH WESTMINSTER, MARYLAND March 4, 2012 MASS INTENTIONS LITURGY WORSHIP Monday, March 5-Dn 9:4b-10; Ps 79; Lk 6:36-38 7:00 a.m. Edward and Lillian Swinderman PERPETUAL ADORATION UPDATE….We are in need of 8:00 a.m. Marjorie B. Case Adorers for the following hours: Thursdays 1:00-2:00am and 3:00 p.m. Mary Locascio (Mass at Golden Living Center) Fridays 4:00-5:00 pm. Please call Agnes at the Parish Center, 410- Tuesday, March 6-Is 1:10, 16-20; Ps 50; Mt 23:1-12 848-4744 if you can fill these hours. 7:00 a.m. Clotilde Drechsler 8:00 a.m. Joseph M. Mackowiak THE LIGHT IS ON FOR YOU...Wednesday , February 29 Wednesday, March 7-Jer 18:18-20; Ps 31; Mt 20:17-28 Again this year during Lent, our parish is participating in an 7:00 a.m. Gabriel DiLorenzo Archdiocesan-wide reconciliation program initiated by Archbishop 8:00 a.m. Intention of Dorothy A. Torretti O’Brien called “The Light is On for You.” On Wednesdays in Lent Thursday, March 8-Jer 17:5-10; Ps 1; Lk 16:19-31 March 7, 14, 21 and 28 the Sacrament of Reconciliation will be 7:00 a.m. Charles Daniel Hudson Hill offered here at St. John from 7:00-8:00 p.m. Catholic parishes in the 8:00 a.m. Margaret Fisher Archdiocese of Baltimore will also have confessions available on these Friday, March 9-Gn 37:3-4,12-13a,17b-28a;Ps 105;Mt 21:33-43,45-46 Wednesdays and we invite you to join us here for this sacrament. If you 7:00 a.m. Katie O’Brien have been reluctant to come to the sacrament or have been away for 9:30 a.m. William J. Getz some time or just found it difficult to get to regularly scheduled times Saturday, March 10-Mi 7:14-15, 18-20; Ps 103; Lk 15:1-3, 11-32 for confession, this is a great opportunity to receive penance. To remind 8:00 a.m. Francis Arnold you about the parts of confession and the Act of Contrition, take a 4:30 p.m. Raymond Paul Garner, Sr. brochure in the narthex of the church to guide you through this Sunday, March 11-Ex 20:1-17 ;Ps 19; 1 Cor 1:22-25; Jn 2:13-25 renewing sacrament. Please join us—The Light is On for You! 7:15 a.m. Intention of Mary Hall CHILDREN’S LITURGY...Sunday, March 4 8:45 a.m. Carolyn Gibbons The 10:30 a.m. Mass will be a children’s liturgy. 10:30 a.m. Robert Knust 12:15 p.m. Ana Yolanda Dilon Hidalgo STATIONS OF THE CROSS...Friday, March 9 6:00 p.m. Parishioners of St. John Stations of the Cross will be held in the Church at 2:00 p.m. (children’s format) and 7:00 p.m. Dear Parishioners, The Peace of the Lord Be With You! WE PRAY … WE ASK YOUR PRAYERS for all who are homebound or in During the Lenten season we focus upon prayer, nursing homes and for all the sick, especially Mary Ellen Langan, fasting and almsgiving. We make small sacrifices to Brian Miller, Jack Galton, Joe Aversa, Lizzie Johnson, Sandy remind us of the total sacrifice that Jesus made for us. Johnson and Molly McManus. People often ask the following question. What should I give up for Lent? Some people give up desserts, candy, alcoholic WE PRAY FOR THE REPOSE of Charles W. Albert, Msgr. beverages, smoking, etc. These are all good spiritual sacrifices. Richard Parks, Father Bill Lee, Edward Thompson and Carmen There is something else which we can give up for Lent. Give up A. Towns. some of our time! Jesus said: “Could you not stay awake with me even an hour? (Mt.26:40). BAPTISMS…Congratulations and welcome to Bailey Ann Collins, daughter of Christina and Larry Collins, Jr.; Jack How much of our time do we give to Jesus? St. John parish Thompson Parker DeFeo, son of Michelle and Stephen DeFeo; began Perpetual Adoration ten years ago under the spiritual Annie Rowe Gibson, daughter of Kayleen Smith and Christopher leadership of Monsignor Arthur Valenzano. Gibson; Camden Joseph Kozimor, son of Melissa and Kenneth Thousands of people have prayed in the chapel during these last Kozimor; Lily Anne Meyermann, Ella Lucia Meyermann, Alice ten years. Would you consider giving Jesus one hour a week? Lyra Meyermann and Sawyer Austin Meyermann, daughters and son of Lucia and Austin Meyermann; and Owen Michael We could spend a little time visiting someone in a hospital, Patterson, son of Holly and Troy Patterson. nursing home, or jail. We might visit a person who lives alone and is lonely. Time is a precious commodity. How we spend our time indicates our priorities in life. NOTICE: REQUEST FOR NAMES OF THE SICK TO BE READ AT MASS… If you would like to have the name of a sick We could use our time helping another person instead of doing or hospitalized loved one included in the intercessions at Sunday what we want to do. Let us consider giving Jesus some of our Mass, please call the Parish Center. The person making the time this Lent. request must be either the sick person himself/herself, or a member of that person’s immediate family. The person’s name In Christ, will be announced for two consecutive weeks, unless a subsequent request is made to keep the person on the list for an additional two weeks or longer. SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT WALK-IN WEDNESDAY TOURS...St. John School will be STEWARDSHIP conducting our “Walk-In Wednesdays” tours from 9:00a.m.-11:00a.m. WEEKLY OFFERING AND COMPARISON: each and every Wednesday now through March 7, 2012! You do not Weekend of Feb. 25-26, 2012 Weekend of Feb. 26-27 2011 need an appointment — simply “walk-in” and enjoy an information-filled Envelopes: $26,394.50 Envelopes: $27,351.05 tour of our facilities and activities! Come see why our parents, students and Loose: 3,470.56 Loose: $ 3,610.79 teachers have so many great things to say about St. John School! Or if you Elec. Debit $12,518.13 Elec. Debit $10,524.00 prefer, make an appointment for a personal school tour or “shadow day” TOTAL: $42,383.19* TOTAL: $41,485.84 any day of the week that fits your schedule! Call 410-848-7455 for more Attendance: 3,367 Attendance: 2,989 information! Poor Box: $2,198.50 Poor Box: $1,284.00 This year’s budget is based on a weekly offering of $33,100.00. Last year’s budget was based on a weekly offering of $32,400.00. ADULT FAITH FORMATION Our current weekly average is $31,399.44. Last year weekly average was: $33,142.63. FR. LARRY’S BIBLE STUDY…Fri., Mar. 9 & Sun. Mar. 11 *Total includes Electronic Debits for month of February. The next meeting of Fr. Larry’s Bible Study will be on Friday, March 9th from 10:30-noon and Sunday, March 11th at 7:30 PLEASE REMEMBER ST. JOHN PARISH IN YOUR pm. at the Parish Center. The topic is “The Church and the Mystery of Pentecost.”.” Everyone is welcome. THE ARCHBISHOP’S ANNUAL APPEAL ADULT CONFIRMATION... Any Catholic adult who did not receive the Sacrament of Confirmation is welcome to join our five Archbishop’s Annual Appeal Update: To date, the archdiocese reports week program beginning Thursday, April 26th. Those that St. John has pledged $63,741 representing 254 gifts at an average gift completing the program will be Confirmed at the Cathedral of of $251 each! This does not include the In-Pew Appeal initiative held Mary our Queen on Pentecost Sunday, May 27th. More details are recently in the church. Our goal this year is $165,100. We will keep you available on the parish website. informed of our progress! Thanks to all who have contributed so far! Remember, if you have not yet had an opportunity to pledge, there are Religious Ed./Youth Activities envelopes available in the Parish Center during normal office hours! Thank Religious Education Office: (410) 848-8443 you St. John Parishioners for your support & generosity! We NEED your help...Due to Changes in schedules we are now SCHOOL NEWS in need of Volunteer Assistants in Religious Education: Tuesdays at 4:30pm: 5th Grade Mar. 5—Early dismissal at 12:15 pm Thursdays at 4:30pm: 1st, 3rd and 8th grade. Mar. 9—School Liturgy @ 9:30 a.m.—Church Stations of the Cross—2 p.m. –Church Home Study Parents...On Wednesday, March 7 during Home Study Math Madness (Gym & Classrooms) Classes all students will participate in the Family Life lesson. If you have Mar. 13—General PTF Mtg. —6:30 p.m.—Portico opted out of this session on your registration form, please do not bring your Mar. 16—School Liturgy @ 9:30 a.m.—Church child this evening. If you would like to review the material we will be Stations of the Cross —2 p.m. Church teaching, it is available in our office NOTE: 2nd Grade Home Study Mar. 17—St. Patrick’s Shindig-6-10 p.m.– Portico Students: The main teaching on March 7th for Home Study 2nd Graders Mar.19-22—Standardized Testing will be a talk on the Real Presence by Fr. Bianco. The students will be Mar. 23—School Liturgy– @ 9:30 a.m.–Church taught a brief lesson on Love toward the end of the class. This is available —Stations of the Cross—2 p.m.—Church for your review. Mar. 24—Mother/Son Event at Players—6-10 p.m. ATTENTION FIRST COMMUNION PARENTS...Tues., March 13th We will have an Optional Banner Making Open House in the Cafeteria GIFT CARDS... Gift cards are available every week on Tuesday from 6:30-8:00pm You are to bring your banner kit (students to receive and Thursday mornings in the circle after morning drop off and this in class) and any supplies your child wishes to use to create their 1st on Friday afternoons on the church parking lot after pick-up. We Communion Banner. This is a time for you to come and get some ideas hope you will take advantage of using the gift card program. If and help. Directions will be included in the kit and the website will be you have any questions about this St. John School fundraiser, call updated with ideas soon! Debbie Weetenkamp, 443-929-2031. Thank you for your support! THINKING SUMMER...Our Vacation Bible School will be the STOCK UP ON PIES/DESSERTS...There is still time to help week of June 25th –29th. We will need the following: Catechists, us earn more during March Bonus Days. If you don’t need a pie Classroom Assistants, Crafts, Music, Snacks and Babysitting. If or dessert—donate one to Mary Martha ministry or St. Vincent de you can help in any of these areas, please call Jordan. Paul Soup kitchen. Email firstname.lastname@example.org what you want to donate: Lemon Cake, Strawberry Rhubarb, Key Lime Pie, PARENTS OF FIRST COMMUNICANTS...The Religious Classic Apple, French Silk Pie, Cherry Streusel Pie, Grandma’s Education Office has several girls dresses and suits for the boys Carrot Cake, Triple Berry Supreme Pie, Mint Brownie Blast Pie for First Communion. If anyone is in need of these, please call or Turtle Cheesecake. Jordan in the Religious Education Office. ST. JOHN CATHOLIC CHURCH WESTMINSTER, MARYLAND March 4, 2012 THE EDGE — (Grades 6, 7 & 8) FINAL RESULTS FROM CHRISTMAS BAZAAR We meet the 2nd and 4th Friday every month from 7:00-9:00 p.m. Angel Inc. $1,015.71 in the cafeteria. Newcomers are welcome! Bake Table $2,648.70 Baskets and Linens $ 640.10 FRI., MARCH 9TH: S.O.S…..Do you have what it takes to be a Books $2,362.38 survivor? Come to Edge to test your skills and learn one tested Candy and Fudge $2,040.50 and true survival technique. See you in the cafeteria from 7-9pm. Christmas Room $1,233.91 Coffee & Donuts $ 247.50 FRI., MARCH 23: LIGHTS OUT...We’re turning off the lights Face Painting $ 154.25 and bringing out the glow sticks for some fun glow in the dark 50/50 Raffle $7,200.00 games.! Jewelry Boutique $ 692.65 Luncheon $2,779.50 LIFE TEEN (Grades 9 -12) Market Place $2,380.09 North Pole Candy $ 508.10 Life Teen is a High School Youth Ministry that meets every Plants & Posies $1,526.75 Sunday at 7:15 in the cafeteria. Newcomers are welcome! Religious Articles $1,547.35 SUN., MARCH 4: NO LT (Confirmation Retreat Weekend). Santa Pictures $ 907.80 Special Table $1,535.00 SUN., MARCH 11TH: COFFEE HOUSE AND TALENT SHOW... Stitchin Nook $2,117.79 Can you squirt milk out your nose or gargle the ABCs? We are Stuffed Animals $ 900.25 looking for talented teens to showcase their talents in our annual Sunday Breakfast $1,128.08 Life Teen talent show. If you would like to participate let Toys $ 845.61 Bethany know (email@example.com). Money Donations $ 928.08 SUN., MARCH 18: MR. HANDYMAN...St. Joseph was a Wood Shop $ 298.50 pretty lucky guy. He was married to the perfect woman and had Spring Flea Market $1,500.00 the perfect Son. There’s more to him than that though! Come to Total Income $37,138.60 LT as we bust out the hammer and nails and talk about St. Joe. Less Expenses (10,466.06) Net Income $26,672.54 THANK YOU to all of the volunteers who helped at the Confirmation Retreat! It was a great success and we could not THANK YOU to all who helped to make this past year’s Bazaar have done it without you. such a success. Jim Diggs, Chairman A big THANK YOU to everyone who supported our Annual ACTIVITIES IN OUR PARISH Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper! May God Bless You abundantly for your generosity! (Bethany Fischer, Youth HOW TO REGISTER at our PARISH...All new parishioners Minister) or those who have never registered with the parish are invited to receive a welcoming packet from the Parish Office, Ushers or PARISH BREAKFAST...Sunday, March 4 Baptism Preparation Class. Please join the Knights of Columbus for the Parish Breakfast in SUNDAY NURSERY CARE…Every Sunday at 8:45 & 10:30 the Portico after the 7:15, 8:45 and 10:30 a.m. Masses. This is an a.m. Masses, nursery care is provided for you to bring your excellent opportunity to meet new parishioners, support a good children, (ages 1-5) while you attend Mass. It is held in the St. cause and to enjoy a delicious breakfast of French toast, Matthew’s Room across from the Library in the school. Use the pancakes, eggs, creamed chipped beef, sausage gravy, corned Library entrance. For details call Lucy McGinty 410-848-2722. beef hash and more. Join us in the Portico on the first Sunday of each month through May. Adults $7.00 and children $3.00. PARISH ROSARY...Every Sunday Proceeds this month go to Erin Deane to help defray some of the The rosary begins at 9:55 am and is offered for our country, our leaders, the financial costs in her battle with cancer. Church and all St. John parishioners. It is a good idea to pray the rosary immediately before or after Mass. Please join us as often as you can. ST. JOHN BLOOD MOBILE...Monday, March 5 EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS OF COMMUNION:... The See the bulletin insert for information. EMC Ministry is seeking parishioners who would be interested in assisting our Clergy in the distribution of the "Body of Christ" NEW ALTAR SERVERS - INFORMATIONAL MEETING - and the "Blood of Christ" to parishioners during weekend Masses. If any boy or girl would like to serve on the altar, there will be an If you feel this very spiritual experience may be very worthwhile, informational meeting on Thursday, March 8th -at 4:00 P.M. please take and complete an application located at any of the and at 7:00 P.M. in the Parish Center. Students must be in the Church exits and return it to one of the ushers or place it in the 4th grade or older to apply. It is requested that at least one parent collection basket during Mass. You may also return it directly to attend the meeting and it is only necessary to attend one meeting. the Parish Center. If any questions, please contact Bob Andrews Please call Jim Diggs if you have any questions or unable to at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-876-9151. attend the meeting. (410 -302- 3312). SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT HOSPITALITY SUNDAY ...Sunday, March 11 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS SOCK HOP…Saturday, April 14 Join us for Hospitality Sunday. We will begin after the 7:15, 8:45 Join the Music Ministry and The Knights of Columbus for a sock and 10:30 a.m. Masses. Mark your calendar for our next one too, hop on Saturday evening April 14th. Shake off the winter blues on Sunday, April 15th. and cut the rug at The Portico from 7 to 11pm. Music provided by WTTR's Johnny Dark. Tickets are $20.00 per person OR $30.00 ST. JOHN LADIES SODALITY...Sunday, March 11 per couple. Food and beverages will be available for purchase, The Sodality will meet for the 8:45 a.m. Mass and will recite the door prizes, look-a-like contests and more. All proceeds go Rosary following Mass. All are invited to join us in the recitation towards the piano fund and The Knights of Columbus charities. of the Rosary. A meeting follows in the Parish Center. Our Contact Sarah Howes at 443-605-3538, Regina McCurdy at 410- meetings are held on the 2nd Sunday of the month. For further 861-5556 or Pat Hogan at 443-293-7869 for tickets. information contact Mary Jo Judge at 410-857-5655. 4rd ANNUAL BOYS BASKETBALL BULL/OYSTER MOTHER/DAUGHTER TEA & FASHION SHOW...Sun., April 22 ROAST – March 10th...The St. John Boys K-9 Basketball Save the date for the 5th Annual Tea and Fashion Show from 2-4 League is sponsoring a bull roast from 7:00 p.m.— midnight at pm in the Portico. Have you ever met someone who radiates joy, Martin’s Westminster. Come and enjoy a night of music, door has a truly magnetic personality—someone who continually loses prizes. Cost is $40 per person. For table reservation (10 per herself in giving to others? That person can be you! Learn more table), tickets or more information, call Debbie Neal at 443 -789- from guest speaker, Sarah Swafford, and enjoy a fashion show, 4159 or email email@example.com. Have a fun door prizes, refreshments, and more! Girls aged 12-18 are invited evening out and help support the league! Please join us! with their mother, aunts, and/or grandmothers. Watch the bulletin for more information. MARYLAND MARCH FOR LIFE...Monday, March 12 Can you believe that Maryland has the 4th highest abortion rate in 20TH ANNUAL ST. JOHN GOLF TOURNAMENT...Fri., June 15 the nation? Join Cardinal Edwin F. O’Brien and hundreds of pro- sponsored by the Knights of Columbus is now accepting early registration life Marylanders for a powerful, public witness of our for this years tournament. It will be held on Friday, June 15th at commitment to building a culture of life. The Maryland March for Westminster National Golf Course with an 8:30 am shotgun start. Great Life will be begin at 5:15pm in Annapolis for Mass, March, prizes including a car from Buchanan Kia for a hole in one and a million Rally at Lawyer’s Mall, and Chick-fil-A and fellowship at St. dollar shot sponsored by John S. Wilson Lumber Co..$85.00 per person Mary’s. We will win the battle - with prayer and with love - and (same as last year) entry fee includes green fees, cart, range balls, chicken through family-friendly activities like this. To learn more, visit lunch with beer and soft drinks following the tournament! Trophies: 1st, www.marylandmarchforlife.org 2nd & 3rd place teams – Closest to the pin – Most accurate drive. If you are interested in signing up or sponsoring a hole, please contact Pat Hogan at SHAMROCK SHINDIG!....Saturday, March 17 443-293-7869 or Dennis Ford at 410-840-0266 for more information. Come on out and try your luck at the best St. Patrick’s Day Celebration in 100% of the proceeds from this event go to St. John School. Carroll County: The Shamrock Shindig! It is a Live & Silent Auction Fundraiser for St. John School from 6:00p.m.-10:00pm in the Portico! WHEELCHAIRS & LIGHT WEIGHT TRANSPORT Tickets are $45/person for a great Irish Dinner with desserts, beer, wine CHAIRS NEEDED. If you have a wheelchair or transport chair and soda! Lots of auction items: weekend getaway packages, Goose that you are NOT using and could donate for use by someone else Hunting guided tour on a Southern Maryland property; an overnight at the in the parish, please call the Health Care Ministry office at ext. Atlee House B & B, fishing trip for 3 with Msgr. Farmer, catered dinner for 220 in the Parish Center. Thanks. 10 by Fr. Leo, BBQ dinner for 12, wine tasting—St. Michael’s Winery, COMBAT RANGE ROSARY;DONATIONS NEEDED. We great movie package from Fun Flicks In and Outdoor Movies & other are currently working on several orders for 1,000 or more a month items too numerous to mention! Contact Michelle Kirk at at various bases that are seeing large scale deployments to firstname.lastname@example.org or Edie Foster at email@example.com for more info , Afghanistan. More supplies are needed to make the Rosaries. To to purchase tickets or to donate items! Join us, bring a crowd; enjoy the donate, see us at Parish Breakfast, Hospatility Sunday, Friday evening and support a good cause too! Fish Frys or contact Carolyn Peters at 410 876 8268. PRE-CANA SESSION 1: March 23 and 24 GOOD BOOKS AND DVD’S FOR LENT… Find inspiring Friday, March 23—6:30– 10 p.m. and Saturday, March 24th— 9:00 books, CD’s and DVD’s to borrow at the Parish Library, located -4:00 pm. To register please contact Rosalie Seeley at in the Parish Center. Open Sundays 9:45am-11:45am, and Rosalie.firstname.lastname@example.org Thursdays 11:00am-1:00pm and from 7:30pm-9:00pm. LENTEN CANTATA...Saturday, March 24 Our annual Lenten Cantata will be performed on Saturday, March OUTREACH THE ST. VINCENT de PAUL SOCIETY 24, at 7 p.m. in the Church. Our choirs will be accompanied by a chamber orchestra, including Fr. Bianco on clarinet, as we Is there a family you know who needs assistance? Please call the commemorate Christ’s Passion. This evening of poignant music Society of St. Vincent de Paul so that together we can help the ends with a lullaby sung by the Blessed Mother as her Son’s Body poor. Thank you for your donations. is taken down from the Cross. A free will offering will be taken Correction: Our next meeting will be March 14th at 7 p m. in up at the end of the performance to benefit our piano fund. the Portico. Please join us. ST. JOHN CATHOLIC CHURCH WESTMINSTER, MARYLAND March 4, 2012 Queridos hermanos y hermanas, La paz del Señor este con ustedes, Eventos Importates Durante la temporada de cuaresma nos centra- remos en la oración., el ayuno y la limosna. El comité Hispano de la Iglesia de St. John invita a las Haremos pequeños sacrificios para acordarnos del sacrificio total que Jesús hizo por nosotros. siguientes actividades: La gente a menudo hace la siguiente pregunta. ¿Qué debemos Abril 1 - Domingo de Ramos y el Viacrucis viviente. dejar durante la cuaresma? Algunas personas dejan los postres, dulces, bebidas alcohólicas, etc. Todos estos son buenos sacrifi- cios espirituales. La procesión de palmas será a las 11:45 a.m. saliendo de la parte de atrás de las oficinas hacia la iglesia. Hay algo mas que podemos dar para la cuaresma. Dar parte de nuestro tiempo! Jesús dijo: “ ¿No habéis podido estar despiertos Viacrucis Viviente será después de la misa iniciando en conmigo ni siquiera una hora?! (Mt. 26:40) el pórtico. Las personas que quieran participar por favor ¿Cuánto de nuestro tiempo podemos dar a Jesús? La iglesia de comunicarse con Jeronima Fernandez o Fabián Delgado. Ya se St. John inicio la capilla de adoración perpetua hace 10 años esta practicando. Esperamos la colaboración de todos. bajo el liderazgo espiritual de Monseñor Arthur Valenzano. Miles de personas han orado en la capilla durante estos últimos Abril 17 –Jueves Santo la misa será a las 7:00 p.m.. Es bilingüe. años. ¿Consideraría dar una hora a semana a Jesús? Eventos semana Santa—Ver Boletín en Ingles pagina 2. Nosotros podríamos gastar un poco te nuestro tiempo visitando a alguien en el hospital, en el asilo de ancianos, o en la cárcel. Podríamos visitar una persona que vive sola y se siente sola. El tiempo es muy preciado. Como usamos nuestro tiempo indica nuestras prioridades en la vida. Otros Anuncios Nosotros podríamos usar nuestro tiempo ayudando otra personas en vez de lo que queremos hacer. Vamos a considerar darle a Jesús parte de nuestro tiempo esta Cuaresma. Encuesta Colegio St. John: http://tinyurl.com/sjwestsurvey- spanish. Su opinión es importante por favor participe. En Cristo, Plato de Arroz– Durante esta cuaresma ayude a una persona ne- cesitada. Tome un paquete del plato de arroz y disftute las ac- tividades y recetas que alli vienen y a la vez de un poco de usted para las personas que lo necesitan. Viernes de Pescado Frito (Friday Fish Fry) todos los viernes durante la cuaresma ( Feb 24 hasta marzo 30) venga y participle de este evento. El costo es de $9.00 por adulto y $5.00 por niño de 5 a 10 años. Menores de 5 años comen gratis. SERVICIOS A LA COMUNIDAD Comgreso para Líderes Pastorales Marzo 10: de 7:30 a.m. a El padre Bianco estará disponible durante la semana para cualquier 4:30 p.m.—Baltimore Hilton Inner Harbor Hotel– 401 West Pratt necesidad. Telefono 410-848-4744 Ext 241. St. Baltimore, MD 21201. Puede inscribirse online www.midatlanticcongress.org. Para mas información llamar al Bautizos: Primer sábado de cada mes a las 10:30 a.m. o los domingos 410-263-1941. después de la misa de las 12:15 p.m. Llamar a la oficina al 410-848- 4744 Ext. 226. Seis Minutos de Meditación– A la salida de la iglesia esta el Librito Negro sobre los Evangelios Dominicales de Cuaresma, en Charlas para Bautizos : Se realizarán una vez al mes comunicarse con el Sr. Ezequiel Amaya para registrarse al 443-789-3822. el mismo sitio donde estan los libros de canto y misales. Pueden tomar uno y dejar una donación libre. Matrimonios: Llamar a la oficina con el nombre del padre o diacono que desea 6 meses antes para hacer los arreglos y antes de contratar el Cena baile para Parejas– Marzo 24 de 8:00p.m. a 1:00 a.m. en salón para la recepción. Tel. 410-848-4744 Ext 226 el Hall de Holy Trinity . Un tiempo para que las parejas puedan rencontrarse. El Hall de Holy Trinity esta ubicado en 7436 Balti- Primeras Comuniones y Confirmaciones para niños y adultos : Comunicarse con la oficina de Educación Religiosa al 410-848-8443. more & Annapolis Blvd. Glen Burnie, MD 21061. Costo: $40 por Pareja. Para información llamar a Marcelo Muñoz 443-386- Intenciones: Para los familiares enfermos o que hayan fallecido por 7974 o Cristina López 443-942-2278 favor Llamar a la parroquia antes del viernes de cada semana.
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