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15-0121 St Kieran - Shelby Twp
St. Kieran Catholic Church
June 24, 2012
“Sharing Christ with all God’s people
in and through the Church”
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Our Life Long . . .
St. Kieran Parish, Shelby Township
TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME!
Detroit Tigers vs. Baltimore Orioles
Friday, August 17
Game starts at 7:05. Busses leave at 5:00 p.m. from St. Kieran.
Fireworks after the game! Cost $35 per ticket.
Cost includes Ticket, Bus Transportation leaving from and returning to St. Kieran
and a Goodie Bag!
Remaining tickets will be sold after all Masses this weekend.
T HE R I TE O F C H R IST IAN I NIT IA TION
F OR A D ULTS ( RC IA )
Are you a member of another
faith denomination? Are you interested in
learning more about the Catholic Faith?
OR
Are you looking to celebrate
First Eucharist and/or Confirmation?
We welcome people to the RCIA process who are
not Catholic and who wish to learn more about the
Catholic Faith. The process is also for adults who
have not celebrated
First Eucharist and/or Confirmation.
If you are such a person,
the St. Kieran community invites you to learn about
the RCIA process.
Please contact Deb Paglia at 586-781-4901
ext. 28 or by e-mail at [email protected]
for additional information.
Sharing the Gospel
At a very old age Elizabeth and her husband,
Zechariah prayed for a son. When Zechariah did not
believe that God could give them a baby, God took
away his voice. After their baby was born, Zechariah
agreed to name him John. Then God gave him his
voice back. Believe that God can answer your prayers.
If others say that what you are trying to do is
impossible, remember all things are possible with God.
PRAYER
Lord, help me do what others believe is impossible.
SOMETHING TO DRAW
Draw Elizabeth and Zechariah with their new baby boy,
John the Baptist.
MISSION FOR THE WEEK
I will help my brother and sister do something that is
difficult for them.
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His Name Is John
St. Kieran Parish, Shelby Township
. . . Journey of Faith
Children’s Catechesis
St. Kieran Faith Formation Registration
For registration please call the Faith Formation
Office at 586 781-6515.
If registering a child (sibling) new to our program,
you must bring child’s
Original Baptismal Certificate.
We will copy it and return it to you.
2012-2013 Faith Formation Sessions
Weekly (1st-6th Grades)
Monday 4:00 –5:15 p.m.
Tuesday 4:00-5:15 p.m. and 5:30-6:45 p.m.
Wednesday 4:00-5:15 p.m., 5:30-6:45 p.m. and
7:00-8:15 p.m.
Kindergarten Sessions will be offered on
Wednesday at 4:00-5:15p.m. and 5:30-6:45 p.m.
Family Based Sessions (1st, 3rd- 6th Grades)
1st Monday of the Month 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Jr. High Sessions
7th and 8th Grade Bi-Monthly Program
Friday 6:30-9:00 p.m.
Fee Schedule
$75.00 Family Fee
$25.00 Book Fee (per child)
$20.00 Sacrament Prep Fee (per child participating
in a Sacrament Prep process)
Sacrament Preparation
To enroll in any Sacrament Preparation Process
your child must have been enrolled in a
Faith Formation Program the previous year.
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Yo u t h M i n i s t r y
SKY
9th thru 12th Grade
SKY Camping at Port Huron KOA
August 10th ~ August 12th
PARENT DROP-OFF
August 10 @ 7 p.m. = Campground
PARENT PICK-UP
August 12 @ 11 a.m. = Campground
Please have permission slips turned in by July 15.
Those camping will be expected to attend
Monday evening Mass on August 13 at 7 p.m.
C AT E C H I S T S N E E D E D ! !
Are you in high school, an empty nester, or somewhere inbetween? Would be willing to share your faith with the
young people at St. Kieran? We are in need of catechists or
co-catechists for the following sessions:
1st Grade
Tuesday at 4:00
2nd Grade
Monday at 4:00
rd
3 Grade
Tuesday at 4:00
Wednesday at 4:00
Wednesday at 7:00
4th Grade
Tuesday at 5:30
5th Grade
Tuesday at 5:30
Wednesday at 4:00
6th Grade
Wednesday at 4:00
Wednesday at 5:30
There are other sessions that would welcome a
co-catechist! Contact the Faith Formation Office
for more information 586-781-6515.
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St. Kieran Parish, Shelby Township
Nativity of St. John the Baptist
When politicians decide whether to enter a race for office, one thing that
they take into account is name recognition. It is generally pretty easy to
win an election for school board or town supervisor without everyone
knowing you because there is little competition for those posts. But
entering a statewide race such as one for governor or senator requires that
the candidate be readily recognizable to voters either through previous
service in public office or through a high-profile career. A person has to
have "made a name for himself" as the saying goes. It also doesn't hurt to
be a name dropper along the campaign trail. Republicans will wrap
themselves in the mantle of Ronald Reagan or Abraham Lincoln, while
Democrats will lift up Franklin D. Roosevelt.
As we celebrate the birth of St. John the Baptist this weekend we hear the
story of his naming. The tradition of passing a name on in the family was
much stronger in the Near East than it is in present day America. A string
of names helped identify a person's tribe as well as his relationship within
the group. When Elizabeth and Zechariah wanted to give their child the
name "John," their neighbors and relatives immediately pointed out that
none of their other relatives had that name.
In Luke's Gospel, what happens to John precedes and in some ways
foretells what will happen to Jesus. There is the announcement of a
miraculous conception. There is some hesitation on the part of the
husband. A name is given to each child by an angel. There is a prediction of
what this child will be. The fact that John's name (as well as Jesus') was
divinely selected points to a greater reality at work. God has something to
do with the direction of these lives. We, who carry the name Christian,
should also recognize that God has something to do with the direction of
our lives as well.
CYO Night
at Comerica Park
D
Support CYO and cheer on the
Detroit Tigers as they play the Los
Angeles Angels on July 16. The
Tigers will donate $2 from each
upper reserved and upper box
infield seat to CYO Detroit. Also,
one lucky fan (and guests) will get
the opportunity to go on the field
for pre-game batting practice.
To purchase tickets or for
information: www.tigers.com/cyo.
Mark Your Calendars!
The St. Kieran Parish Picnic will
be held Sunday, September 9, the
actual Feast Day of St. Kieran!
Please mark the date on your
calendars. The picnic will begin
immediately after the 11:30 Polka
Mass, and will end at 4 p.m.
©2012 Liturgical Publications Inc
One of my coworkers said that we Catholics believe we kill Christ
again when we celebrate the Mass since it is his sacrifice. I know
that is not right, but how do we explain it?
We do indeed believe that the Mass is the un-bloody sacrifice of Jesus on the cross and we believe that the sacrifice
is made present again on the altar. But when it is made present again, it is not to repeat it, but to join ourselves to
it. The ritual of the Mass makes the sacrifice of the cross present again. We are joined to the saving work of Christ,
not just simply remembering it.
The closest thing we might have in our culture is when a couple saves some wedding cake in the freezer, and on
their first anniversary they may watch their wedding video and eat the cake, all to recapture the moment. The
Jews celebrate a Seder meal, not to remember the Passover, but to participate in it through the ritual foods,
questions, and readings. The Catechism of the Catholic Church describes the Mass as the "Holy Sacrifice, because
it makes present the one sacrifice of Christ?" (#1330). To think that we must sacrifice Christ over and over again
would negate what he did on Calvary. To celebrate and renew it each day allows us to participate in it. That is the
"source and summit" of Christian life.
© 2010 Liturgical Publications Inc
St. Kieran Parish, Shelby Township
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ST. KIERAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
EASTER VIGIL 2012
Every year, in parishes across the country and throughout the world,
candidates for the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist)
prepare to become members of the Catholic Church.
This process of conversion, discernment, preparation, and formation
is guided by the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults - RCIA .
This year, on April 7, 2012, at our Easter Vigil, we welcomed
seven new members into our community.
Pictured left to right are:
F RONT R OW
A N N A B ASI L E
C H R I S S Y L UC E R O
B ACK R OW
J E N N I F E R B E J B R END AN P E NZ K O F E R A US TI N T R O Y
J E SS I C A P A JAK O WS K I M EL I S S A A G R USS O
Do you know the difference between a webmaster and a toastmaster?
What about Hypertext and Hyperspace?
Do you prefer to work on content channels versus
flipping through the television channels?
If so, St. Kieran’s IT Committee would like your help
in supporting the church’s website.
If you are interested please contact Pat Radacsy at 586-781-6515 ext. 5.
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St. Kieran Parish, Shelby Township
St. Kieran Adoration Chapel
N.E. Corner of the
Religious Education Building
"It is for us that, during eighteen hundred years, our
divine Savior has remained day and night on our altars,
that we may have recourse to Him in all our needs; and
nothing so much afflicts His divine Heart as our
ingratitude for such a favor, and our neglect to visit Him
and ask His blessing." (St. Marcellin Champagnat)
The chapel is open many hours for prayer because of
committed adorers. If you have had occasion to pray in
the chapel, but have not as yet committed to an hour,
please consider committing to an open hour.
Call PAT 586-739-9694 or BEV 586-781-3329 to commit
to one hour per week of prayer or to be a
substitute adorer. The hour is filled with
graces that pour out to you, your family,
our parish, our community, and our
world. Please do not underestimate your
sacrifice of time.
Baptisms
June 2012
Sophia Marie Alcini, daughter of
Daniel and Kelly (Hunter) Alcini
Katherine Jane Borders, daughter of
Keith & Michelle (Guhy) Borders
Victoria Grace Isabella Defauw,
daughter of James and Stephanie
(Barbret) Defauw
Evan Matthew Empson, son of
David and Maria (Szymanski) Empson
Delilah Elinor Ferro, daughter of
Daniel and Monika (Kobler) Ferro
Brandon Charles Meitzner, son of
Erik and Jennifer (Leduc) Meitzner
Gavin James Nimmo, son of
James and Carrie (Howell) Nimmo
Vivian Hope Pittel, daughter of
Mark and Kelly (Luke) Pittel
Gavin Lee-Joseph Vancil, son of
Jason and Jennifer (Dean) Vancil
Intention to Marry
Justin Garn & Kathryn Ferrington
Mark Ireland & Elizabeth Ramus
Prayer
Requests
Kathy Abbott
Debra Alexander
Karen Allen
Angie Avripas
Mary Jane
Bacinski
Blasé Byrd
Joey Caretti
Bernice Chiarini
Leroy Coleman
Scott Coy
Barbara Cronce
Salvatore
D’Angelo
Greg Deakin
Monica Dobija
Loretta Eikamp
Kim Falkner
Nathan Fecteau
Ava Ferguson
Denise
Fitzgerald
Christine
Gamrat
Lynn Hamann
Mary Heim
Tillie Heinrich
Carol Jakubec
Jeff Karash
Rose
Kavanaugh
Dwight Kleinlein
Robert Koss
Sheila
Lobkovich
Emily Love
C
Dennis Maisano
Jesse Malczyk
Ken McCarthy
Jesse McComas
Marion Micallef
Paul Militello
Gerald Milke
Jim Myers
Zoie Provencher
R.J. Remington
Robert Richards
Daniel Ripper Jr.
Bernie Ross
Katie Selliman
Robert Shaieb
Rochelle Shall
Mark Snay
Danielle Somes
Richard Stalinski
Cass Stefanski
Mike Stefanski
John Steinmetz
Richard Stemple
Lee Strickler
Peter Timinsky
Angie Tiseo
Tony Vohs
Pam Walker
Ashley Walsh
Glenn
Warrington
Stacy Westrick
Joanne Wise
Ed Zmyslo
Men & Women
In Uniform
ARMY
Joel Arthurton
Nathan Blight
Jesse Cambell
Jessica Cloutier
Ralph Cook
Jesse Dailey
Bill Deagan
Mark Fisher
Jordan Kalm
Ryan Kresse
Joseph Matheny
David Miller
Joshua Page
Patrick Roberts
Eric Thompson
AIR FORCE
Richard Black
Alex Goulette
Steve Kauten
Jeffrey Mangiapane
Eugene Meade
Jeff Michal
Richard VanOoard
NAVY
Brian Hasse
Lee Jackson
Philip Postma
Christian Shotwell
Nicholas Shotwell
MARINES
Trey Cholewa
Thomas Gorry
Paul Koss
Ted H. Shroyer
Joseph Tenaglia
Bradley Wing
Robert Wing
Contact the Parish Office
if you have a family member
serving in the Armed Forces
@ (586) 781-4901.
an you make yourself available one hour a week
for a special Ministry?
St. Kieran Homebound Ministry is in need of
parishioners to take Holy Communion
to the Homebound.
If you are interested, please contact
Pat Radacsy @ 586 781-4942.
St. Kieran Parish, Shelby Township
Samaritan House
Pantry Needs
Please take your donations
to Samaritan House
Baby Food
Tea
Juice
Cereal
Oatmeal
Pancake Syrup
Canned Fruit
Jam/Jelly
Sugar/Flour
Cooking Oil
Canned Meats
Rice
Noodles/Pasta
Mac & Cheese
Ensure
Bath Soap
Shampoo
Deodorant
Feminine Products
Diapers (4 & 5)
DIABETIC NEEDS ~ SUGAR FREE
Jello Jam Jelly Pancake Syrup
Crystal Light Splenda
Samaritan House is located at
62324 Van Dyke
Washington, Mi 48094
586-336-9956
Business hours are:
Tuesday & Wednesday 10-6
Friday 10-4
Monthly Food Collection
On the first weekend of each month
you will find small brown bags in the
Gathering Area. Attached to these
bags is a list of food that is needed
for Samaritan House or Agape
Center. Please bring the groceries
you have purchased to St. Kieran the
following weekend.
If you can give an hour after the
11:30 a.m. Mass to
deliver the groceries
please call Patricia Radacsy
586 781-4942 ext. 14
Are you a
Medical Professional?
Could you volunteer 1-2
hours a year to our Health
Ministry Team?
For more information,
please call Pat Radacsy
586-781-4942.
Health Ministry
Blood Pressure
Screening
July 15 @ 8:00 Mass
Walk With Me
The loss of a loved one defies
description. For each individual it is a
unique experience. How do you go
on? What direction do you take to
find balance in your life? There are
reminders that exist and remind you
of what you have lost. A picture, a
song on the radio, memories that
return unannounced. While it is
important what you do for yourself, it
also is suggested that you allow
others to walk with you as your
restructure your new life.
The Walk With Me grief group is
structured to assist you in your grief,
and is facilitated by
Licensed Professional Counselors
trained in grief counseling.
Meetings take place at the
Trinity Family Counseling Center
45445 Mound Road Suite 111
Shelby Township.
SCHEDULE
July 3 & 17 & 31
August 14 & 28
September 11 & 25
October 9 & 23
November 6 & 20
Catholic Services of Macomb
586-416-2300
Weekly Calendar
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Sunday, June 24
12:45 p.m. Parent Baptism Mtg/UCR
Monday, June 25
9:00-Noon Walking in the Gym
11:00 a.m. AA Mtg/WR
7:45 p.m. Ministers Training/Church
7:45 p.m. Contemporary Ensemble
Tuesday, June 26
9:00 a.m. Walking in the Gym
11:00 a.m. AA Meeting/WR
2:00 p.m. St. Al’s Sandwich Ministry/
WR
7:30 p.m. Community of God’s Love
Prayer Group/WR
Wednesday, June 27
9:00-Noon Walking in the Gym
10:00 a.m. Hooks, Needles &
Prayers/GR
Thursday, June 28
9:00-Noon Walking in the Gym
1:00 p.m. Retirees’ Card Club/GR
9:00 p.m. Vicariate Yg Adults
Basketball
Friday, June 29
9:00-Noon Walking in the Gym
6:00 p.m. Wedding Rehearsal
8:00 p.m. AA Meeting/WR
Saturday, June 30
Missionary Appeal Weekend
2:00 p.m. Garn/Ferrington Wedding
Sunday, July 1
Missionary Appeal Weekend
www.stkieran.org
WE HAVE LINKS TO:
The Vatican
Parish Calendar
Vicariate News
K of C Newsletter
Parish Council Minutes
Young Adult Activities
Archived Bulletins
& More!
Upcoming funerals are
posted on our website.
Checking our website
regularly will
keep you informed!
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St. Kieran Parish, Shelby Township
WEEKEND LITURGY SCHEDULE
Day/Time
JUNE 30/JULY 1, 2012
Saturday 4:30 p.m.
Sunday 8:00 a.m.
Sunday 9:30 a.m.
Sunday 11:30 a.m.
Reymond Frances
by his Wife
Father Richard Ugolik
by the
St. Kieran Ushers
Vito Mazzara
by his Children
& Grandchildren
St. Kieran
Parishioners
Presider
Fr. Enrique Lapuebla
Fr. Enrique Lapuebla
Fr. Enrique Lapuebla
Fr. Enrique Lapuebla
Altar Servers
Team 7
Team 8
Team 9
Team 10
Mass Intentions
Lectors
Linda Plotkowski
Joe Riggs
Monica Thimm
Mary Weeks
Cheryl Stanek
Jan Czarnota
WEEKDAY LITURGY SCHEDULE
June 25-29, 2012
Monday
7:00 p.m. Virginia Beattie by her Husband, Don
Mass followed by
Ronald Selden by his Wife & Family
Perpetual Help Devotions
Lector: Lynn Slivatz
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
11:00 a.m. Gerry Mierzwa by Jerry Mierzwa & Family
8:00 a.m. Mass at St. Lawrence
9:00 a.m. Mass at Sts. John & Paul
9:00 a.m. Communion Service in the White Room Chapel
9:00 a.m. Pauline Churilla by John & Dolores Churilla
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
Ushers are prepared to handle
emergencies during Mass,
so please do not dial
911. In fact, we ask that
you turn your cell phone
off when entering Church.
Movie, TV & Theater Ratings
Confused about what movies, television
programs or theatrical productions are
appropriate for you and your family?
Visit the U.S. Conference of Catholic
Bishops website for reviews and ratings
at: www.usccb.org/movies/index.htm.
I
f you are unable to join in the
Communion Procession at Mass and
would like Communion brought to you,
please notify an Usher before Mass.
They will bring a Eucharistic Minister to
you.
PRAY THE ROSARY
Monday - 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday - 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday - 11:00 a.m.
Thursday - 8:30 a.m.
Friday - 8:30 a.m.
Divine Mercy Chaplet prayed
15 minutes before the Rosary
every day but Thursday.
P L E A S E J O I N U S
COMMUNITY OF GOD’S LOVE
PRAYER GROUP
Walking (ONLY) In The Gym
Monday ~ Friday
9 a.m.-Noon
Unless otherwise posted
Prayer & Praise
Every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
St. Kieran’s White Room
Join us, or for information:
Kathy (586) 781-3503
Mike (586) 731-0284
Joe Lentine
Leigh Lentine
READINGS FOR THE WEEK OF
JUNE 24, 2012
Sunday:
Day: Is 49:1-6/Acts 13:22-26/Lk 1:5766, 80
Monday:
2 Kgs 17:5-8, 13-15a, 18/Mt 7:1-5
Tuesday:
2 Kgs 19:9b-11, 14-21, 31-35a, 36/Mt
7:6, 12-14
Wednesday:
2 Kgs 22:8-13; 23:1-3/Mt 7:15-20
Thursday:
2 Kgs 24:8-17/Mt 7:21-29
Friday:
Day: Acts 12:1-11/2 Tm 4:6-8, 17-18/Mt
16:13-19
Saturday:
Lam 2:2, 10-14, 18-19/Mt 8:5-17
Next Sunday:
Wis 1:13-15; 2:23-24/2 Cor 8:7, 9, 1315/Mk 5:21-43 or 5:21-24, 35b-43
©Liturgical Publications Inc
Parents
Children under the age of 12
are to be accompanied by a
responsible adult if they need
to leave the church.
NOW HEAR THIS!
Having difficulty hearing the
Priest during Mass?
Notify an Usher at the
back of church. We have
hearing aid devices to help you!
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St. Kieran Parish, Shelby Township
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ST. KIERAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
North Macomb Vicariate
Archdiocese of Detroit / Allen H. Vigneron, Archbishop
53600 Mound Road, Shelby Township, Michigan 48316
Parish Web Page: www.stkieran.org / Vicariate Web Page: www.NMVonline.org
Parish Office: 586-781-4901
Fax: 586-781-6516 Faith Formation - Religious Education: 586-781-6515
After Hours: 586-781-4942
Coordinator K-6: Linda Plotkowski
ext 17
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
E Mail: [email protected]
Coordinator 7-8: Sue Weyland
ext 12
Religious Education Office: 586-781-6515
E Mail: [email protected]
Absence Hot Line :
586-781-6515 ext. 35
First Reconciliation/First Eucharist
Youth Ministry:
586-781-5SKY (5759)
Linda Plotkowski
ext 17
Pastor: Father H. Thomas Johnson 586-781-4901
Confirmation
Weekend Assistant: Msgr. Frank Koper
ext 12
Deacon: Alex Jablonowski ext 13 / [email protected] Sue Weyland
Confirmation
Service
Opportunities:
Pastoral Minister: Patricia Radacsy 586-781-4942 ext 14
Angie Coyle
ext 25
E Mail: [email protected]
E
Mail:
[email protected]
Parish Secretary: Barbara Becker 586-781-4901
RCIA/Adult Faith Formation
ext 28
E Mail: [email protected]
Russ Morgan & Deb Paglia
Director of Music and Worship:
E Mail: [email protected]
Matthew Kush
586-781-4942 ext 18
Secretary Faith Formation/Youth Ministry:
E Mail: [email protected]
Christian Service: Patricia Radacsy 586-781-4942 ext 14 Nancy Kicinski 586-781-6515
ext 16
E
Mail:
[email protected]
Accountant: Kathleen Parzynski
586-781-4942 ext 15
586-781-5759
Plant Maintenance: John Hankus
586-781-4942 ext 30 Youth Ministry:
Coordinator:
Sue
Weyland
ext 12
Eucharistic Adoration Chapel:
E
Mail:
[email protected]
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Danielle VanderHagen
ext 40
Knights of Columbus:
Ron Koscierzynski/Grand Knight
248-805-4651 Junior High Youth Minister:
Kelly Rhodes
ext 40
Sacristan and Bulletin Editor:
Christine Albrecht
586-781-4942 ext 31
E Mail: [email protected]
Bulletin E Mail: [email protected]
Youth Ministries Activities Coordinator
Deadline: Wednesday 1:00 p.m.
Jeanee Snider
ext 32
Baptisms, Marriage, Ministry to the Sick:
E Mail: [email protected]
Contact the Parish Secretary 586-781-4901
Ushers: Al Jankowski (586) 243-6071 *after 5 p.m.
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturday after 4:30 Mass
11/2011
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hy is it important to be registered in a parish?
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particular parish they automatically belong. At times young adults who have moved away for years think they are
still registered under their parents. But membership requires signing up - formally enrolling yourself in a parish.
Registration is a commitment to a community, a way to be included in the religious, social and ministerial activities of your
parish. Your registration affects the parish in many ways. Census numbers can determine how many priests are assigned
to a church, what benefits and obligations the community has to the diocese, and how Masses and programs are planned
and scheduled. Registration shows you belong! It is also necessary for certain benefits, like scheduling sacraments,
obtaining sponsor certificates, and getting donation statements for tax purposes. Most importantly, it lets the parish count
on you, to call on you to assist in its mission. Registering in your parish is a statement of faith and confidence in the life
and work of your parish.
2009 Liturgical Publications Inc.
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