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March 1. 2020 First Sunday of Lent Divine Redeemer Parish Saint Mary Church Saint James Church SAINT JAMES CHURCH and PARISH CENTER 200 Walnut Street Sewickley · (412)741-6650 NEW Website: www.divine-redeemer.org Email: [email protected] Rectory office hours: Monday - Friday / 8:30am-5:00pm Confessions: Saturdays from 9:30-10:30am SAINT MARY CHURCH 444 Glenfield Road Sewickley · (412)741-6460 Confessions: Saturdays at 4:00pm or by appointment
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March 1. 2020 First Sunday of Lent

Divine Redeemer Parish Saint Mary Church † Saint James Church

SAINT JAMES CHURCH and PARISH CENTER 200 Walnut Street

Sewickley · (412)741-6650

NEW Website: www.divine-redeemer.org Email: [email protected]

Rectory office hours:

Monday - Friday / 8:30am-5:00pm

Confessions: Saturdays from 9:30-10:30am

SAINT MARY CHURCH 444 Glenfield Road

Sewickley · (412)741-6460

Confessions: Saturdays at 4:00pm or by appointment

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Q: The only fish I like is shrimp and lobster. It’s a texture thing. My husband claims that I can’t eat this during Lent because I have to make a sacrifice, and lobster and shrimp aren’t sacrificial enough. Help! A: From the earliest days of the Church the practice of abstaining from meat and doing penance on Friday has been observed. This is a way of praying not just with your mind and voice, but also with your whole body. Abstaining from meat was a way of recognizing the great sacrifice Christ made for us on Good Friday. In order to explain the practice of abstaining from meat on Fridays in Lent and instead eating fish we have to go back to our Latin and Greek roots. (Remember, we are the Latin Rite.) The word for flesh in Latin is also the word for meat, carne. As in car-nivore (meat eater) and incarnation (the Word became flesh). Jesus gave up his flesh on Good Friday in order to save us, pouring himself out completely for our salvation. It used to be the practice that every Catholic did not eat carne on every Friday throughout the year in recognition of Christ sacrificing His flesh. One of the changes in practice after Vatican II was to allow Catholics to substitute another form of penance on Friday, but most Catholics don’t know they should do some act of penance in remembrance of Christ’s sacrifice every Friday, and to give up meat on Fridays is a great way to fulfill that penance. Incidentally, the word for hello in Latin is salve, and the word for good-bye is vale. So, what did they call the night before Lent began when they would eat sumptuous food and drink sweet drinks? Carne vale! Goodbye flesh! Which later became carnival. OK. That explains the meat, but what about the fish? No, it’s not be-cause the Pope owned fishing companies, it’s actually more beautiful. Since the early Church the fish has been a symbol for the Church. Many Christians have fish emblems on the back of their cars today announcing their Christianity. The fish was a secret symbol during persecutions in the early Church to show you were a Christian. Why? Because of the Greek name for fish is "ἰχθύς" (ichthus). This was also an acronym, where each of the letters stands for a word, just like COP is “Constable for Order and Protection.” The acronym for ichthus was I – Ieus, CH – Christos, TH – Theo, U – Uios, S – Soter. Which means “Jesus Christ God’s Son Savior.” Which is a little abbreviation for the most important part of our faith: Jesus is God’s Son and our Savior. This is also what Peter confessed in Matthew’s Gospel, chapter 16, when Jesus asked his Apostles, “Who do you say that I am?” Peter responded, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.” Then Je-sus said to Simon, “Blessed are you, Simon son of Jonah, for flesh

and blood has not revealed this to you but my Father in heaven has; and I say from now on you will be Peter, and upon this rock I will build my Church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.” The fish, therefore, was a symbol of the Church Christ founded on the rock of Peter. During Lent we are to turn away from sin and embrace the Gospel. No meat is an act of penance for our sins, eating fish is a symbol of the Gospel, the food of Truth, that we are invited to take in and devour every day. So, don’t worry about feasting on fish during Lent, any fish, because we are all invited to eat and drink deeply of the Truth of our salvation. JESUS IS THE CHRIST, GOD’S SON, AND OUR SAVIOR! How good it is!

We welcome you to Sunday Mass. As faithful Catholics, we come weekly to the Eucharist to hear God’s Word and to receive the Body and Blood of the Lord in the Sacrament of Holy Communion. Our new Parish of Divine Redeemer has finally come to fruition. With the capable guid-ance of Father Farnan, our staff and a score of volunteers we are becoming a simply wonderful Catholic in the Diocese of Pittsburgh. If you are visiting today and searching for a spiritual home, please con-sider joining our Parish. Today is the First Sunday of Lent. As we embark on the 40 days of Lent, today’s readings prompt us to confront our human tendency to sin and our mortality. As we journey through these 40 days of Lent, we can emulate Jesus’ acts of prayer, fasting and almsgiving and recognize his obedience and willingness to sacrifice himself for our salvation. Lent gives us an opportunity to work against temptations towards sinful behavior and instead live simply and justly, inspired by Christ. May these actions guide us through this Lenten season and throughout the year. The Way of the Cross is a traditional prayer in Lent. The Way of the Cross is prayed every Fridays at 1:30pm with the St. James School children, 4:00pm at St. Mary’s and at 7:00pm at St. James. Please come and bring the children. We pray for our members who are sick and those who are mourning the loss of a loved family member or friend. We have a great oppor-tunity to pray before the Blessed Sacrament daily from after the 9:00 a.m. Mass until 9:00pm at St James – Monday thru Friday. O Sacra-ment Most Holy, O Sacrament Divine. All Praise and all Thanksgiving be every Moment Thine. God guide you with his love this first week of Lent. Your three priests promise to remember you in prayers. Love, Fr. Dave

MARCH 1, 2020 FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT

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Please note that effective Monday, March 1, St. Mary’s Rectory offices will be closed and will now be locat-ed at the Divine Redeemer Parish Center on the St. James campus. All calls will be taken at (412)741-6650.

Please join Sewickley area churches as they celebrate the World Day of Prayer on Friday March 6. This will be the 91st year that the Sewickley area churches have participated in this ecumenical Christian prayer service. This year the host church is:

Triumph Baptist Church 1293 Mt. Nebo Road

Pittsburgh, PA 15237

The host country this year is Zimbabwe and the theme for the service is “Rise! Take your mat and walk”. There will be a free will offering for Zimbabwe during the service. The prayer service begins at Noon with a light lunch to follow. The World Day of Prayer is celebrated in over 170 countries on the first Friday in March and while designed to bring women of various Christian faiths, cultures and traditions closer for fellow-ship and action, we encourage all members of Divine Redeemer to participate in the prayer service.

VETERANS WHITE SOCK COLLECTION MARCH 21-29

The Health Ministry is collecting new white cotton socks for both men and women hos-pitalized veterans. Please place the socks in the bins located at both Saint Mary’s and Saint James. Thank you for your generosity.

The Sacrament of Baptism will be available any Sunday of the month. Couples expecting a child should attend Baptism class. To make arrangements for a Baptism or class, please call Ruth at St. Mary (412) 741-6460 or Karin at St. James (412)741-6650. The Sacrament of Marriage requires that the couple meet with the Pastor at least six (6) months before the proposed date of the wedding. Please call Karin at (412)741-6650 or Ruth at (412)741-6460 to make an appointment.

Hospitalized and Homebound parishioners please contact us or have a family member do so. If you know of a parishioner who is unable to get to Church and would like to receive Communion, please call (412) 741-6650. If you are in need of prayer and would welcome the spiritual support of your parish family, please call Carolyn Oblak for St. Mary at (412)576-9707, via email at [email protected] or Connie for St. James at (412)741-5611.

† DIVINE REDEEMER PASTORAL STAFF

Administrator - Reverend James B. Farnan [email protected] Senior Parochial Vicar - Reverend David J. Jastrab [email protected] In Residence - Reverend Paul Esibu DEACONS Deacon Steve Deskevich ………………… [email protected] Deacon Tom Lopus ……………………….. [email protected] OFFICE MANAGER Karin Masterani ……………[email protected] ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Ruth Dolan …………………………[email protected] SCHOOL ACCOUNTS MANAGER AND SAFE ENVIRONMENT COORDINATOR Susan Ponticello ……..…[email protected] MUSIC MINISTRY Director ………..Lou Valenzi…[email protected] Associates ……..Sharron Schaefer … [email protected] and Cathy Niebel …..………. [email protected] RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Barbara Venturella …………[email protected] YOUTH MINISTRY Nicole Accordino………[email protected] DIRECTOR OF DISCIPLESHIP Jordan Sonnett………………[email protected] ST. JAMES SCHOOL.………………..………....412-741-5540 Principal....Dr. Bradley Swiger ……[email protected] Secretary...Christine Kunz ……………[email protected] MAINTENANCE Ed Gintner and Bill Hawthorne

WORLD DAY OF PRAYER

VETERANS WHITE SOCK DRIVE

OFFICE CHANGES

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March 8 9:30am Mass Grade 2

10:30-11:45am Grades K-5 and 8

6:00-8:00pm Grades 6 & 7

March 15 NO CLASS

March 22 10:30-11:45am Grades K-5 and 8

6:00-8:00pm Grades 6 & 7

March 29 10:30-11:45am Grades K-5 and 8

Have you stopped by the Gift Card desk lately? If you have not, be sure to stop by today to browse all of the gift cards that we have avail-able for purchase. Buying gift cards does not cost you anything ex-tra. Essentially, you buy gift cards for stores and restaurants that you already eat at and shop. Divine Redeemer Parish along with Saint James School will earn a profit for every gift card sold.

We sell gift cards to your favorite stores and restaurants, including GIANT EAGLE, TARGET, GAP, BRAVO, SHEETZ and many more. We even sell NO FEE VISA gift cards that can be used any-where Visa is accepted, including online.

Gift cards are sold in the back of St. James church after all weekend Masses. You can also purchase gift cards Monday through Friday from 9:00-11:30am or 2:00-3:30pm at the St. James Rectory.

Altar Servers .................................. Sylvia McGaughey ......... 974-6232 Baptism Preparation………..Jason & Shea Corsetti...724-513-0932 Bereavement……………….Sister Agnes McCormick ..... 931-2299 Bible Studies Sunday Morning........................ John Bunce ....................... 741-1050 Men’s Saturday. ......................... Mike Bercik……………...304-9592 Women………………………….. ........................................ 741-6650 Centering Prayer Group ................. Victoria Graham ..................... 849-0208

Eucharistic Ministers ................ Father Jim ......................... 741-6650 For Hospital ................................ Karin Masterani…..…. .. 741-6650 Faith Formation .......................... ……...... ...............................741-6650 Finance Council ............................ Andrea Vescio .................. 741-8776 55+ Club .......................................... Ed Ference……...…… .. 977-8813 Greeters………………...Patte Grey & Anna Villella ........ 741-6650 Hands & Feet of Love ................. Tharshini Wilson ............ 801-2646

SPAGHETTI DINNER ST. MARY CCD SCHEDULE

ADORATION

GIFT CARD NEWS

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ARE YOU SUFFERING FROM THE “WINTER BLUES” OR IS IT SOMETHING MORE SERIOUS? Do you feel like you have “cabin fever” during the winter months, or find yourself eating or sleeping more when it’s cold outside and gets dark earlier? While those are common reactions to the changing sea-sons, people with seasonal affective disorder (SAD) experience a much more serious reaction when summer shifts to fall and on to win-ter. SAD is a type of depression, and it can severely impair your daily life. Some of the symptoms include depression, hopelessness, anxiety, loss of energy, social withdrawal, oversleeping, loss of interest in ac-tivities you once enjoyed, craving foods high in carbohydrates, weight gain, and difficulty concentrating. The specific cause is unknown, but some researches believe that the reduced level of sunlight in the win-ter may disrupt your body’s “internal clock” and may lead to depres-sion. Some also believe that SAD may be tied to melatonin, a sleep-related hormone. The body usually produces more melatonin during long winter nights, and this may be linked to depression. Another theory is that a lack of serotonin, which is a natural brain chemical that affects your mood, may play a role. Reduced sunlight can cause a drop in serotonin, perhaps leading to depression. Like depression, SAD is often possible to successfully manage. In mild cases, you can take certain measures on your own: make your home sunnier and brighter by opening blinds or trimming tree branch-es that block sunlight; get outdoors on sunny days, even during the winter, and take a walk or sit in the sun for a few minutes while read-ing a book or eating lunch; exercise to help reduce stress and anxiety, both of which can increase SAD symptoms; stay connected with peo-ple you enjoy being around. If you feel that you may be suffering from SAD and haven’t been able to cope with your symptoms, please speak with your doctor for further information.

Members, please make a note of the new start time for this program and all future programs it will be 11:30 am. Thank you!

The luncheon program for Divine Redeemer Parish, 55 Plus Club will be on Thursday, March 19, 2020. The entertainment will be provided by, Cathi Rhodes, she sings the songs of Pasty Cline, County Singer. Cathi Rhodes is one of Pittsburgh's favorite Tribute Artist to Country Music. The program will start with a prayer service beginning at 11:30am followed by lunch, and entertainment at Noon in the Gathering Space Reservations for lunch are due in the church office no later than 9:00am on Friday, March 13.

Place reservation in an envelope labeled 55 Plus Club, Attn: Lil Yan-kello and place in the collection basket, drop off at the Rectory, or mail it to 200 Walnut Street, Sewickley, PA 15143 so it arrives before Fri-day, March 13. Checks should be made payable to Divine Redeemer 55 Plus Club, $9 per member and $9.50 per non-member/guest. For more information call Ed at (412)977-8813. ——————————————————————————————— LUNCHEON RESERVATION FORM - March 19, 2020 Name____________________________________ Street____________________________________ City _____________________________ Zip ___________ Phone ________________________ E-mail____________________________________

Knights of Columbus .................. Terry Sexton .................... 398-0646 Lectors ............................................. Father Jim………… ...... 741-6650 Marriage Preparation ................. Father Jim ....................... 741-6650 Men’s Retreat ................................ Kevin Daily ....................... 741-6211 Pastoral Council………………………... ............................. 741-6650 RCIA .......................................... …..Bob Basl ............................. 741-3889 Respect Life ............................ ...... Elsie Rothfus .................... 944-8922

Saint Vincent dePaul ............ …..John Nard ................... …...741-6650 Scrip Program ........................ ...... Susan Ponticello .............. 741-6650 Ushers ........................................ …….. ......................................... 741-6650 Women’s Guild…………. ... …...Barbara Ross….…….….852-3239

AN EVENING OF ADORATION

HEALTH MINISTRY NEWS

55 PLUS CLUB NEWS

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ST. JAMES SCHOOL NEWS

Author’s visit at St. James School St. James School is a member of the Sewickley Area Librarians (SAL), which works together with the librarians in Sewickley to bring in authors and illustrators to the area schools. This year we had the pleasure of bringing award-winning author Candace Fleming to St. James to meet with our 5th through 8th grades.

Candace met with the children for about an hour and explained how she has written both fiction and non-fiction books for pre-schooler children to adults. She went into detail about how she does her research for her non-fiction books. Our students en-joyed answering her questions and asking some of their own.

After her visit, she confided with Dr. Swiger about how smart our students are and how much she enjoyed interacting with them.

VBS SAVE THE DATE! This years Vacation Bible School will be held at St. James, July 6-10 from 9:00am - Noon. We are looking for some adults to help organize and take charge of the different activities. If you’re interested in volunteer-ing or have any questions, please email Barb Venturella at [email protected]

WORSHIP & HEALING NIGHT Jordan Sonnett, our Director of Disclephship will host a Worship and Healing night every Tuesday from 7:00-8:00pm in the St. James Children's Chapel. Come to praise the Lord with music and to receive prayer and healing. Open to all ages. For questions or to request child care email Jordan at [email protected].

The 4 year old preschool class celebrated Valentine’s Day with their 4th grade buddies last week. We exchanged Valentines and enjoyed a Valentine story with Mrs. Meurer in the school library. Our buddies even helped us pick out our library books!

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Our parish sympathy is extended to the families of

GERTRUDE GOFF and MARIA MACCHIONE

who passed away recently.

May their souls and all the souls of the

faithful departed rest in peace.

The MARIAN CANDLE is lit this week

In memory of the deceased members of the Grazioli Family

From Joe, Karin & Gino Masterani

This week the COMMUNION HOSTS

are

In memory of the Sciranka Family

From Connie Kuziel

The SANCTUARY CANDLE

is lit this week

In honor of the Brezny & Harkness Families

From John Tucci

The ST. JOSEPH CANDLE is lit this week

In memory of Doroffey Kirow

From Daughter Rosemarie Lang

Our parish family congratulations is extended to

GLENN & JANICE ROOS who are celebrating their

47th wedding anniversary.

Congratulations Glenn & Janice!

Our parish family congratulations is

extended to the families of

STELLA GRACE BARTLETT and OLIVER BRIAN

WOODS

who were recently baptized at St. Mary’s.

Stella is the daughter of Robert & Brooke Bartlett

and Oliver is the son of Brian & Erin Woods

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Pregnancy Hot Line 1-800-712-HELP

www.optionline.org Text helpline to 313131

Diocesan Abuse Response Line 1-888-808-1235

PLEASE REMEMBER ALL OUR SICK AND SHUT-INS

………….

Betty Adams, Jim Behr, Betty Belli-sario, Loretta Berry, Beatrice Berti, Jimmy Blicharz, Jaryd Boyer, Lori Breen, Jimmy Breslin, Doreen Car-roway, Joan Cerminara, Barry deGroot, Patrick Donahue, Sue Et-ters, John Fields, Francis Fleming, Bill Frissell, Nancy Fryermuth, Do-

ris Funderwhite, Tom Geubtner, Bud Glies, Jason Gorman, Sally Houser, Carrie Jad, Davey Jones, Ruth Keitel, Kevin Kenny, Tara Flanagan-Koenig, Wyatt Kriger, Don LaVoie, Lily Lauffer, Carroll Logsdon, Mary Louise Lorey, Patricia G. Lorey, Carol Lukasik, Terri McClain, Janet McGervey, Joe Miketic, Diana Mohr, Dan O’Malley, Jerry O’Shaugh-nessy, Edward Ondek, Alice Phillips, Mary Phillips, Pat Reddy, Sandy Rishel, Ken Rock, Dick Rothe, Pat Rothe, Kristin Saladino, Alice Scalercio, Mary Beth Sommers, Donna and Travis Tadlock, Glenn Taylor, Carmela Valen-zi, Dorothy Weber, Carol Welsh, James Winter, Dana Wolfe and Marge Zierenberg in your prayers. PLEASE NOTE: We ask that families who have requested prayers to please give us a call when your loved one is bet-ter so they can be removed from our list.

SAINT JAMES Weekly collection for February 23, 2020

Offertory 9,064.50 Tuition Assistance 65.00 Capital Improvement 200.00 Votive Lights 418.00 St. Vincent dePaul 115.00 Total $9,862.50

Online Giving $1,328.33

SAINT MARY Weekly collection for February 23, 2020

Offertory 2,930.65 Parish Share 1,360.00 Votive Lights 12.00 St. Vincent dePaul 10.00 Capital Improvement 250.00 Ash Wednesday 18.00 Easter Flowers 50.00 TOTAL $4,630.65

REMEMBER ALL THOSE SERVING IN THE MILITARY FROM OUR PARISH

S.A. Melinda “Minny” Mowery, Colonel Joseph Martin (Army), Lt. Col. Bryan J. O’Neill (Air Force), 1st Lt. David Miller (Air Force), 2nd Lt. Sarah Miller (Air Force), Major Mat-thew J. DiGiacomo (Army), Cpl. Austin Kisow (Marines), Lt. Col. Sean T. Auth (Air Force), Captain Bo Bear (Air Force), Sgt. Kevin Murphy (Army), Airmen Jeremiah Murphy (Air Force), General Christopher Dziubek (Army), Lt. Col. John Davis (Army), A1C T.J. Owens (Air Force), Sgt. Ian Valenzi (USMC), Colonel Thomas Hess (Air Force), 2nd Lt. Christine Muders (Army), Captain Christopher J. Vish (Marines), Spe-cialist Paul J. Ropon, Jr. (Army), Captain Jacob Enke (Army), Specialist Dana N. Derbish (Army), Staff Sergeant Luke Do-novan (Air Force), CW3 Timothy Metcalf (Army) and Special-ist Daniella Robichaud (Army).

Please contact the Karin at St. James (412)741-6650 or Ruth at St. Mary at (412)741-6460 if you would like to add

a name to our listing of service men and women.

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KEY CODE FOR MASSES & MEETINGS BLUE = Saint Mary RED = Saint James

LENTEN ALMSGIVING OPPORTUNITY!

Please consider purchasing a package of diapers or baby wipes and dropping it in one of the collection boxes at the exits in both St. James and St. Mary’s church. The donated items will be given to Catholic Charities’ Pregnancy and Parenting Program and to families being served by the St. Vincent dePaul Society. Diapers in all sizes are needed.

Tuesday, March 3 Prayer Group for our children and grandchildren (St. James Church) - 2:00pm St. Vincent dePaul (M.R. #1) - 7:00pm Wednesday, March 4 Children’s Choir (Music Room) - 4:15pm Bell Choir (St. James Church) - 7:00pm H.S.A. meeting (M.R. #1) - 8:00am Respect Life meeting (M.R. #2) - 10:00am Creed Course (Gathering Space) - 7:00pm Thursday, March 5 RCIA (M.R. #2) - 7:00pm Holy hour for priests (St. James Church) - 5:00pm The Militia of the Immaculata (M.R. #1) - 6:00pm Adult Choir (St. James Church) - 7:00pm Friday, March 6 Fish Fry (St. James Cafeteria) - 4:30-7:00pm Saturday, March 7 Rosary (St. James Church) - 8:15am followed by the Nove-na to the Miraculous Medal Men’s Bible Study (M.R. #1) - 7:30am Centering Prayer Group (M.R. #1) - 9:30am 55 Plus Club Board meeting (M.R. #2) - 9:00am Sunday, March 8 Bible Study (M.R. #2) - 9:00am Girl Scout meeting (Gathering Space) - 1:15pm CCD

RESPECT LIFE NEWS

March 1, 2020 through March 8, 2020 FIRSTSUNDAYOFLENT4:30PM + Joan Mikol (John & Kathy Rumin)5:00PM + Evelyn Wiley (Bernie & Herb Hartle) 8:00AM + Deceased members of the Roppo and Bionda Families (John Roppo) 9:30AM + Evelyn Wiley (Patsy & Jim Bradshaw) 11:00AM + Bob Burge (Barbara Burge & Family)MONDAY LENTENWEEKDAY(March2) 6:45AM For The People 9:00AM + For the deceased priests of Divine Redeemer Parish 9:30AM + Catherine Hartle (Family)TUESDAY LENTENWEEKDAY(March3) 6:45AM For The People 9:00AM + Mary Crivelli (The Minnock Family) 9:30AM 47th wedding anniversary of Janice & Glenn Roos WEDNESDAY LENTENWEEKDAY(March4) 6:45AM + Bill Soldressen (Dick & Linda Soldressen) 9:00AM + Louis Seethaler (The Smolinski Family) 9:30AM Yolanda Gallegos (Donna & Tom Lopus) THURSDAY LENTENWEEKDAY(March5) 6:45AM For The People 9:00AM + For all deceased members of Divine Redeemer Parish 9:30AM Souls In Purgatory FRIDAY LENTENWEEKDAY(March6) 6:45AM + For the deceased members of the Farnan Family 9:00AM For The People 9:30AM For the well-being of Jim Behr (5:00pm Ushers) SATURDAY LENTENWEEKDAY(March7) 9:00AM + Dorothy Pi ko (Rose & Bill Flaherty) 4:30PM + George Rabosky (Son) 5:00PM For the well-being of Ken Rock (5:00pm Ushers) SECONDSUNDAYOFLENT 8:00AM + James Amato (The Amato Family) 9:30AM For the well-being of Cathy Frasca (Marion McGinnis) 11:00AM + Evelyn Wiley (Carolyn Verszyla)

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