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Entries for September 2017

PLATINUM CLUB: On Wednesday, September 20, at 5:30 p.m., the Platinum Club will have a picnic at Slate Run State Park on Route 674. We will meet in the shelter house to the left after passing through the guard house. Signs will be posted. The meat and table service will be provided by the parish. Please bring a dish and drinks to share. Those who wish can walk the trails or visit in the shelter house. The Platinum Club is open to all parishioners 55 and older.

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St. Vincent De Paul Society

Posted on September 14, 2017 in: General Parish News

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY – GET A WARM FEELING! It seems like the cooler weather of fall has arrived…….albeit a bit early this year. While fall is a wonderful time of year, sometimes the colder weather gets us to looking for a way to warm up. Well, one way to give yourself a warm feeling is to do something to help others. A great opportunity to accomplish that will present itself the weekend of September 30th and October 1st, when the St. Vincent de Paul truck will be at our Parish. The truck will be here for all three Masses collecting items that you no longer need, or just feel like donating...

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WALKING WITH PURPOSE “OPENING YOUR HEART” SCRIPTURE STUDY – ST. JOHN XXIII PARISH WOMEN OF CATHOLIC FAITH: Our new Scripture Study begins this Tuesday, September 5, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. in the lower level of the church. We are excited to begin our new journey of faith and fellowship! Please bring your Bible to the meeting and we will be distributing the books at this meeting. While our initial book order has been placed, all ladies of the parish are welcome to join at any time. If you choose to join the study, please order your book/study guide from wwpstore.com and please let us know if you will b...

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SECOND COLLECTION FOR HURRICANE HARVEY RELIEF: A special collection for those affected by Hurricane Harvey will be held next weekend September 9/10, 2017. These funds will be used to support the efforts of Catholic Charities USA and other Catholic agencies as they reach out to provide humanitarian aid in Texas and other affected parts of the Gulf Coast region.

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