The Christian Community of www.churchofpresentation.org
29th Sunday in Ordinary Time October 21, 2012
Come to our Fair Trade Sale!
November 3-4 after all Masses
Cash & all major credit cards accepted
Every purchase makes a difference!
We are thrilled to have Ten Thousand Villages (www.tenthousandvillages.com) host our
Fair Trade Sale again this year! Ten Thousand Villages is an exceptional source for
unique handmade gifts, jewelry, home decor, art and sculpture, textiles, serveware and
personal accessories representing the diverse cultures of artisans in Asia, Africa, Latin
America and the Middle East. One of the world's largest fair trade organizations and a
founding member of the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO), the company strives to
improve the livelihood of tens of thousands of disadvantaged artisans in 38 countries.
Fair Trade coffee & chocolate will be available for purchase too!
Volunteers are needed for only an hour or two.
Please call Joan Favre at 201-930-0614 for more information.
Guest Speaker Paula D’Arcy November 11-13, 7:30pm
Sunday: “Being Here So Briefly”
Monday: “Embracing the Further Journeys”
Tuesday: “When the Heart is Open”
Paula D’Arcy is a writer, playwright, retreat leader and conference and
seminar speaker. In 2001, she established Red Bird Foundation, which
supports the growth and spiritual development of those in need
throughout the world, including men and women in prison. The
foundation has sponsored two international gatherings of women
known as WOMENSPEAK, conferences which honor the woman’s voice as a force of peace and
healing for the world. A former psychotherapist, Paula survived the loss of her husband and
young daughter in an accident in 1975. She was three months’ pregnant at the time. Among her
best-selling books are Gift of the Red Bird, Waking Up to This Day, and When People Grieve.
It would be helpful for us to have a head count for Paula D’Arcy’s series, which will be a free will offering.
If you plan to attend, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Church of the Presentation All Souls’ Mass RSVPs are due by Friday.
271 West Saddle River Rd., Upper Saddle River NJ 07458 See page 3.
Phone: 201-327-1313 Fax: 201-760-2570
Blood Pressure Screening: Sunday, October 28
Website: www.churchofpresentation.org after 11:30am Mass in Margie & Michele’s office.
Parish Office Summer Hours: M-F 9:30am-4pm
Faith Formation Office: Mon.-Fri. 8am-4pm Prostate Cancer Support: Tuesday, October 23
Mass Schedule: See page 6 LifeLines, a supportive and informative resource for
Reconciliation: After 9am daily Mass, or by appt. prostate cancer patients and their partners, meets on the
fourth Tuesday of the month from 7:30-9:00pm in Meeting
Our parish is a co-sponsor of St. Paul Interparochial School,
Ramsey NJ (201) 327-1108, www.stpaulips.org. Rm. 4. For more information, please visit
www.lifelinespcsupport.com or email
Email Addresses: Except as otherwise noted, all of our email@example.com.
email addresses end with: @churchofpresentation.org
Caring Stitches: Tuesday, October 23
Rev. Bob Stagg, Pastor ext. 820 bstagg@ We knit, crochet & quilt for the benefit of the sick and
Fr. Bob’s asst.: Melanie Cheplic ext. 827 mcheplic@ bereaved. Patterns and yarns are available. Join us from
Rev. Lope Lesigues, ext. 830 llesigues@ 6:30-8:30pm in the Gathering Room. Feel free to contact
Rev. A. Benny Prado, ext. 821 frbenny@ Kathy Hanzer 201-327-2140 or KathyH311@aol.com with
Rev. Msgr. Ed Ciuba, in residence, x.841 ED1935@verizon.net any questions.
Rev. Msgr. Thomas P. Ivory, Pastor Emeritus
Pastoral/Ministry Associates: Career Management: Monday, October 29
We provide one-on-one mentoring opportunities upon
Fr. Benny (Worship) ext. 821 frbenny@ request for sharing ideas regarding resumes, cover letters,
Cara Annese (Jr. High, Confirmation) ext. 819 cannese@ networking, interview techniques, etc. in an encouraging,
Catzel Bumpus (Youth Ministry) ext. 828 cbumpus@ confidential setting. We meet on the last non-holiday
Denny Foley (Parish Initiatives) ext. 831 dfoley@ Monday of the month at 8:00pm in the parish library.
Ed Ginter (Music) ext. 813 firstname.lastname@example.org
Liz Cosentino (Bulletin, Website, Scheduling) ext. 811 LizC@ Blood Drive: Sunday, November 4, 9am-1:30pm
Fr. Lope (Family Faith) ext. 830 llesigues@ Please contact Margie at ext, 840 to schedule an appt..
Margie Rightmyer (Volunteering & Outreach) Picture ID required. Complimentary cholesterol screening
ext. 840 mrightmyer@ for all donors.
Jona Winkelman (Adult Faith Formation & Spirituality)
ext. 812 jwinkelman@
Accounting/Finances: Bob Rooney, ext. 818 brooney@
Register NOW for Trunk or Treat
Baptism: Nancy Mierswa, ext. 839 nmierswa@ This Friday, October 26, 4:30-6:00pm
Bulletin: Liz Cosentino, Editor, ext. 811 bulletin@ In the case if bad weather, we will have a
Bulletin Advertising: Bon Venture Svcs 800-364-0684 message on the phone system by noon on Friday
Catholic Faith Inquiry: Jona Winkelman (see above) if this event is cancelled.
Celiac Communion: Carol Canariato 201-391-5772 Join us for an exciting afternoon of
Confirmation: Cara Annese (see above) “trunk” or treating in the parish parking
Emergencies (hospital/funeral) ext. 899 lot. Children should wear their Halloween
Envelopes (Parish) Michele Baron ext. 847 mbaron@ costumes. Decorate your trunk in your
Family Faith Formation (grades 1-6): Therese ext. 832 favorite Halloween style &
don’t forget the candy!
tgagliardotto@ Eileen ext. 814 ewarbrick@
Christopher ext. 843 Christopher@ We will be collecting non-perishable food items for the
First Eucharist: Lori Birdsall ext. 817 lbirdsall@ Community Food Bank. We’ll have a food bin
Funerals: Melanie Cheplic ext. 827 mcheplic@ available at check-in for your donations.
Jr. High (grades 7-8): Cara Annese (see above) Please note: For the safety of our children,
Knights of Columbus: ext. 886, visit www.kofc6033.org pre-registration is required (no exceptions).
Outreach: Margie Rightmyer (see above) Plan to arrive between 4:30pm & 5:00pm only.
Parish Council: parishcouncil@ Once the trunk or treating begins, vehicles will
be prohibited from moving around the parking
Parish Pay: Bob Rooney (see above) lot for the children’s protection. Parked cars will
Parish Registration: Michele Baron ext. 847 mbaron@ not be able to leave before 6:00pm.
Volunteering: Michele Baron ext. 847 mbaron@ To pre-register, email
Weddings: Nancy Mierswa ext. 839 nmierswa@ email@example.com
Worship Office: Nancy Mierswa ext.839 nmierswa@ with the family name(s) & # of those attending.
Youth Ministry: Maureen Murphy ext. 844 mmurphy@
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From the Pastor’s Desk Presentation Café Returns This Week!
We are launching the celebration of the “Year of
We had a great Friday evening at A Night of Broadway Faith” with a new Presentation Café series hosted by Jona,
Stars, with great talent, food & company! Thanks for your
which will explore more deeply “What We Believe & Why
support of our fundraiser, which helps our budget for so
many of the other good things which happen around here. We Believe It,” providing an interesting and informative
look at The Creed. We are offering three opportunities each
This weekend, you’ll hear Jona Winkelman, our new week to participate.
Pastoral Associate for Adult Faith Formation & (1) “Defining Our Beliefs - A History of the Creed”
Spirituality, offer a “tease” for the Fall series of Thursday, October 25, in the Community Room,
Presentation Café beginning this week on “What We 9:30am, repeated 7:30pm & also on Sunday,
Believe & Why We Believe It.” We all struggle with how October 28 in the Gathering Rooms at 12:45pm.
to get our arms around our faith. I promise you this will
not be a dry graduate level theology course. Jona’s a (2) “Accepting Our Beliefs -What is Faith?”
compelling speaker and will be able to draw all of us into Thursday, November 1, 9:30am, repeated 7:30pm &
this important subject in an interesting and stimulating also on Sunday, November 4 at 12:45pm.
way. Plan on joining us either on Thursday morning or (3) “Living Our Beliefs - What is Revelation?”
evening, or Sunday after 11:30am Mass. Thursday, November 15, 9:30am, repeated 7:30pm &
also on Sunday, November 18 at 12:45pm.
Trunk or Treat, our very popular Halloween parking lot
extravaganza, is this Friday at 4:30pm. Please remember to (4) “Understanding Our Beliefs - The Trinity”
register ahead of time. See page 2 for more information. Thursday, November 29, 9:30am, repeated 7:30pm &
also on Sunday, December 2 at 12:45pm.
Our semi-annual Wedding Preparation is next weekend,
and we pray for all those couples entering this phase of
Women’s Spirituality First Friday
We Remember Our Deceased
Communion Breakfast - November 2
All women are welcome to join us following the
All Souls’ Envelopes are located around 9:00am Mass in Gathering Room South. We
the parish and baskets will be placed on will enjoy a light breakfast, and some sharing
the altar for them and kept there through questions about the readings in the Liturgy.
the Novena, the first week of November.
Our All Souls’ Liturgy is a special Mass on Friday,
November 2, at 7:30pm offered in memory of our
parishioners who have died since last year’s All Souls’
Liturgy. If you are planning to attend and would like “Our Hearts Burn Within Us” - Tuesday, Oct. 30
the name of a family member who died since last If you missed the continuing formation morning for liturgical
November 2 read at the Mass, please RSVP to ext. 880 ministers, you have a another opportunity to hear this
no later than October 26. Anyone wishing to wonderful presentation by Jona beginning at 7:30pm. In
remember a deceased loved one who passed away fact, it was so well received, we are opening up this
prior to last year’s All Souls’ Liturgy is also invited even encore session to the entire parish!
though the deceased’s name will not be read aloud.
Light refreshments will follow. Lector Training Workshop - Saturday, October 27
at the Archdiocese Office of Divine Worship in Newark, NJ,
from 8:45am-12:30pm. Please contact Nancy Mierswa at
ext. 839 for more information and to register.
Saturday, November 3
Eucharistic Minister Training Workshop -
at the 5:00pm Mass. Saturday, November 3 at the Archdiocese Office of
All are invited who Divine Worship in Newark, NJ, from 8:45am-12:30pm.
are suffering physically, mentally &/or emotionally. Please contact Nancy Mierswa at ext. 839 for more
Please RSVP to Nancy Mierswa at ext. 839 with information and to register.
your name and how many will be attending.
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To All Caregivers Who Are Graduates
Check out our “Church of the Presentation
of the NAMI FamilytoFamily Course
Youth Ministry” page on Facebook!
The Mental Health Ministry invites you to
our monthly Support Group for Youth Ministry News (9-12 graders)
CaregiverGraduates this Wednesday,
October 24. Join us in Gathering Rm. North at * Our next Youth Ministry Sunday Gathering is next
7:30pm (come at 7:00 to “meet ‘n greet”). Sunday, October 28 at 7:30pm. All high school students are
welcome to attend! Bring a friend!!
* The next Freshman/Sophomore Team meeting will be
The Cooperative Admissions Examination (for 8th graders today, Sunday, October 21 beginning at 7:30pm. All Junior
interested in attending a Catholic High School in 9/2013) will & Senior Team members should attend.
be administered on Friday, November 9, 2012. Visit
www.coopexam.org for more info & to register online. * Registration forms for our Nov. 9-11 Freshman/
Sophomore Retreat are available on the parish website &
from the youth ministry office. All 9th & 10th graders are
welcome & encouraged to join us for this amazing retreat
Are you in your 30s or 40s? weekend. Register as soon as you can...it’s filling up!
Join us for these fun events!
“Mass on the Moss”: Sunday, Oct. 28, 8:30am - Join “Not by Bread Alone” Spiritual Book Discussion Group
us for a hike in Harriman Park. Spend the morning Do you enjoy a good read? Interested in exploring the
hiking, celebrating Mass & sharing lunch. We will spiritual themes of novels and other literary works in a
return between 1-2pm. (Afterwards, those who want relaxed atmosphere? Come, bring a friend, grab a
can also go to the Bear Mountain Oktoberfest!) sandwich, and join us on Sunday, October 28, 5‐6pm, at
Panera Bread, 1300 State Route 17 No. in Ramsey, to
Radio City Christmas Spectacular: Sunday, Nov. 18 discuss Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis. For more
(4pm show, departure from Presentation by 2pm). information, please contact Jennifer Edwards,
Tickets are $85 per person, which includes the bus Jennifer.EdwardsICC@gmail.com or 201‐327‐1276.
ride from Presentation to NYC, the show & snacks at
For more info, contact Catzel at ext. 828 HELP REBUILD NEW ORLEANS!
or visit “RCX Presentation” on Facebook. January 5-12, 2013
People ask, “Why are we still going there seven
years after Hurricane Katrina?” Actually, New Orleans’
recovery was stalled by the BP oil spill and Hurricane
Yoga for Mind, Body & Spirit Isaac. Thousands of families still remain without a home.
Mondays at 9:30am in the Community Room Join the more than 500 parishioners who have spent
Bring a mat, large towel & water. time, talent & treasure in bringing families back home.
Adults 18+ welcome, no experience necessary. Cost
A wonderful way to begin your week! is $500 per person. Contact Eric Nedelkoff at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 201-264-2225 for more info.
Gay and Lesbian Support Group
...gathers monthly in a welcoming, confidential setting at From our St. Francis Ministry
church to exchange information and encouragement.
Catholics of all ages who are gay or lesbian, their family and Farmer’s Market – The summer bounty is over,
friends, are welcome to attend. Our next meeting is but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy locally-
Monday, October 29 at 7:30pm in Gathering Room grown goods. The Ramsey Farmer’s Market is open every
North. For more info, please call Margie at ext. 840. Sunday from 9-2 through November 18 at the Main Street
“Every person has an inherent dignity because he or she is created in God’s Train Station. But… it reopens indoors at the Eric Smith
image. A deep respect for the total person leads the Church to hold and teach School at 73 Monroe Street on December 2 through March.
that sexuality is a gift of God.” From the USCCB Pastoral Message, Visit ramseyfarmersmarket.org for more info.
“Always Our Children.” (1997).
Men’s Day of Prayer - October 27, 8am-5pm We have set aside extra copies of the booklet,
Most Blessed Sacrament Friary, Newark NJ “Why We Should Care About Planet Earth, Our Home,”
Keynote Speaker: Jessie Romero for families who did not get a copy when they were
visit www.franciscanfriars.com for more information. distributed on the weekend of Sept. 29-30. They will
be available in the parish office through October.
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Fostering Stewardship as a Way of Life Our Prayer Tree Ministry is planning a
meeting to encourage personal spiritual growth
Calling All “Techies”! on Monday, October 29, at 7:45pm
We’re looking to update our technology (i.e. webpage, apps, in the auditorium
social media) to better reach out to the Gen-Xers. If you’ve
got an IT background & would be willing to be part of a Come and meet other members of the prayer
committee to help us develop this area, please contact tree ministry! Learn how this creative and spiritual ministry
Fr. Bob at ext. 820. has moved from A great idea this past Spring to a
flourishing community. We now have over 100 volunteers
Do You Have a Washing Machine? who have joined for the purpose of expanding their
We are in need of volunteers to help launder the corporals spiritual life. Our mission is simply to ask Our Lord to help
and purificators used on our altar. Please call Margie at ext.
heal family, friends and members our parish family during
840 for more information.
periods of crisis. A brief presentation, video and small
Resume Bank at Presentation group discussion will comprise this meeting format.
In collaboration with our Career Management Ministry, we All are welcome!
have a parishioner-to-parishioner network to help our
unemployed. Unemployed parishioners are welcome to email
to Margie Rightmyer, email@example.com,
an electronic copy of their resume, which will be kept in
confidence and revealed only to potential employers upon Spiritual Direction - Is it for Me?
request. Parishioner-employers, we ask that you consider Come and see on Tuesday, October 30 at 7:30pm
checking these resumes first when hiring. or Wednesday, October 31 at 9:30am
For any questions regarding outreach or volunteering, please contact Do any of these thoughts ever occur to you?
Margie Rightmyer at ext.840 firstname.lastname@example.org
or Michele Baron at ext 847 email@example.com Where is God, why is this happening to me?
What is the best path for my life?
I’d like to learn a more meaningful way to pray.
I feel like I don’t belong in church.
Labyrinth Peace Walk ‐ Monday, Oct. 29, 7:00pm
I’m overwhelmed & am having trouble
Our parishioners, inter‐faith friends and families of those moving on.
with a loved one serving in the military are welcome to I need to talk about a spiritual experience
join us and walk for peace. Contact Beth Lawrence for with someone who understands.
additional information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spiritual Direction can help heighten
“I’ll Meet You There” your awareness of God’s presence and grace
by poet Jelalludin Rumi operating in your everyday life. Spiritual Directors
Out beyond the ideas of wrong‐doing & those receiving Spiritual Direction will be
& right‐doing there is a field. I’ll meet present to share why this is such a meaningful
you there. When the soul lies down in experience for them.
the grass, the world is too full to talk Sponsored by our Spiritual Direction Ministry
about ideas, language; even the phase For more info, feel free to call Ruth Harrison at 551-427-7440.
“each other” doesn’t make sense.
Thursday Morning Labyrinth Walks at 9:45am
We are offering Labyrinth walks for individuals, families
& groups. Members of our Labyrinth Ministry, Beth Christianity & Evolution
Lawrence & Cindy Vasilakos, will be on hand to explain Reconciling Faith & Science
the Labyrinth and offer suggestions. Tuesday, October 23, 7:30-9:00pm
All are welcome...please join us! St. Luke’s Parish Center, Ho-Ho-Kus
Presenter: Jonathan D. Lace, M.T.S.
Are Christianity and Evolution compatible? What is the
Novena to Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception difference between Theology and Science? How does the
9-Day Novena to the Patron Saint of our Nation theory of Evolution challenge and reform classical theological
October 28-November 5 belief in creation and human origins? What have recent Popes
You are invited to participate in this daily said about Evolution? What are the implications of the theory
prayer offering to our patroness on behalf of our of evolution understanding of the creation of humans in the
nation. Copies of the novena will be placed “image of God.” Open to the general public. Free will
donation. For further information, contact Deacon Andrew
around the parish center and in the pews at all
the Masses next weekend. Saunders at email@example.com or 201-444-0272.
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Mass Intentions - Week of October 21
Presentation Seniors’ News The Bread & Wine and Sanctuary Light are offered for
*Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, November 13 at Mary Cabral, by her family.
9:45am in the Community Room. Our speaker will be MONDAY, OCTOBER 22
Fr. Jack Martin, Founder of the Haiti Solidarity Network 9:00am Frank & Jane Heilmann /by the Heilmann Family
of the Northeast and recipient of the Dorothy Day Peace TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23
9:00am Owen Mooney /by Bridget Warner
Award in 1999. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24
*Join us at on Friday, December 7 for our 9:00am Virginia MacDonald /by Peggy & Jack Corrigan
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25
CHRISTMAS MASS at 11:00am followed by a delicious 9:00am Ida Pilone /by the DeNigris Family
LUNCHEON and ENTERTAINMENT by singer and FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26
guitarist Dan Anthony. We have space limitations (160 9:00am Rose Kuerzi /by Claudine Olsen & Family
people). Reservations: $12 each. Check to "Presentation SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27
Seniors" in mailbox in parish office. 9:00am Robert Borough /by Patty Policastro
5:00pm Margaret & Broney Jackups /by Marilyn Clifford-Waring
*Come join us on Thursday, January 31, 2013 as we Chiara Discioscia /by her husband, children & grandchildren
travel to AVERY FISHER HALL at LINCOLN Delmy Escobar /by the Escobar Family
CENTER to enjoy an Open Rehearsal, a fascinating Jean Meshirer /by RoseAnn & Tony DeFrancesco
opportunity to watch the NY Philharmonic at work. The Serafina Berio /by Luis & Cari Perez
concert will be followed by a luncheon at Madeleine’s SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28
7:30am People of the Parish
Petit Paris Restaurant in Northvale, NJ. The cost is $65 8:30am Juan Quintana /by David & Sonia Allen
and the departure time is 8:00am. Your check is your 10:00am Joseph S. Hillen, Sr. /by the DeNike Family
reservation. Deadline: November 15. Check is payable 11:30am Peter Kraljevich /by his family
to "Presentation Seniors"; include phone # on check and Nicolina & Salvatore Biondi /by Anne & Tom Mastri
place in Seniors’ mailbox in the parish office. Contact Alexander Jordan Rivera /by Geraldine Kearns
Michael & Sarah Hannigan /by Beth & Don Whittam
Carolyn Seibel (201-573-8350) with questions. Theresa Ildbrando /by Rose Lisi
*The next Movie Club date is Tuesday, November 27. 6:30pm Josephine Ferra /by the Zucaro Family
Let us pray for: all victims of war, terrorism, & natural
St. Paul’s Parish Atlantic City Bus Trip disasters, the unemployed
Thursday, November 15 those who have died,
Join us for our first St Paul Atlantic City trip to the Tropicana those who are ill: Edward Zigmond, Salvatore Cambria,
Casino & Resort on Thursday, November 15. Bus departs St Steven Summer, Marie Lopez, Nora Stumpp, Nicole Di Pillo,
Paul Church parking lot at 9:30 am, arriving in AC around Gina Ceva, Bill Lacey, Rose Friedel, Maura Ryan, Karl
12. Bus will depart AC at 6 pm, with arrival back to St Paul at Dutchmann, Eileen O’Brien, Frank Negron, Stella Zawacki,
approximately 8:30 pm. Cost of trip is $30.00 – including Kevin Lawler, Lori Zarycki, Austin Gaudreau, Nicole DiPillo,
Dottie Capasso, Tony DeFrancesco, Denny Foley, Max Everett,
$25 slot play. To register, please call the Parish Center at Peter & Rosemary Odo, Evelyn Pavese, Lisa Del Verme, Alfred
201-327-0976. First come, first served! Cerne, Joan Statham, Jeanine Reilly, Josephine Primiani, Tony
Vianello, John Bosnich, Theresa Stasko, Max Marra, Patti Van
Raphael’s Life House is a transitional home for homeless Aller, JoAnn Cucinello, Kevin Westervelt, Mary Hayek, Joan
mothers & pregnant women of ages 18-23 located in Elizabeth Dondero, Robert Dondero, Matt Gallagher, Peter McDonald,
NJ, where they can rebuild their lives and give their children a Diane Alfano, Patti Schweizer, Ronnie Paul, Victoria Lesigues,
positive start in life. Volunteers are needed, please visit Elizabeth Fasciano, Gerry Walsh
www.raphaelslifehouse.org or call 973-621-8705 x. 3700. the following active duty soldiers & all those who serve &
have served in our military: Justin Welikson, James
Eucharistic Adoration Kimbrough, Patricia Rose, Kevin O’Malley, Capt. Brian T.
Join us this Wednesday any time from noon-9pm in Williams, Johnny Linderman, Matthew Matri, Daniel Rathaus,
the chapel. Our special intentions will be for the Frederico Hernandez, Staff Sgt. Patrick Ross, Gunnery Sgt. John
Baptism Team. Toth, Lt. Patrick Flynn, Lt. Megan Flynn, Michael Tillison,
Thomas Tillison, PFC Edward H. Rotert, Tom Haughey, Ryan
Fortes, Liz Costello, Todd Boland, Maj. Ron Anzalone, Capt.
Dan Fisher, LCPL Jonathan Hernandez, Chief Warrant Officer
The work of the faithful Christian can Doug Dolson, Rob Stuart, Christopher Graham, Cameron
continue long after we leave this earth. Maxwell, Evan McGhee, Brian Flynn, Steven Filardo, Capt. Art
Please remember Presentation in your Will. Cody USN, Sgt. Paul Phelps, Lt. Adam Duchak, Airman Ben
Polish, Capt. Ryan E. Colameo USMC, Sgt. Kyle A. Morgan,
Cpl. Michael F. Riccardi, Jr., LCPL Michael R. McWilliams, 1Lt.
The October 14 collection was $21,500. Peter Joseph Reiser, LCL John Sattely, Jason Hellman, LCPL
Would you like to donate electronically? William Jordan, Capt. Melanie Mansbach, Capt. James Parrish,
Click on the “ParishPay” icon on our website. Lt. Timothy C. Nevin, Lt. Alexander Saxby, Maj. Michael Kay,
Next weekend’s offering will include the World LCPL Connor Hamilton, LCPL Michael Pistono
Mission special collection.
(Email Margie to have a soldier added to our prayer list)
Thank You for Your Support!
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