SAINT TIMOTHY

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SAINT TIMOTHY
THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF
SAINT TIMOTHY
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA
FOUNDED 1928
Saint Timothy Rectory
Sunday Mass
3001 Levick Street  Philadelphia, PA 19149
Saturday evening: 4:30p.m.
Telephone: 215-624-6188  Fax: 215-624-1316
Sunday: 6:30, 8:30, 10:00a.m.12:00p.m.
Open daily 9:00a.m. — 4:00p.m.
Reverend Stephen F. Leva
Pastor
Reverend Patrick G. McCormick Parochial Vicar
Daily Mass
Monday to Friday: 6:30, 8:30a.m.
Saturday: 8:30a.m.
Reverend John A. Kolodziej, OSFS
Sunday Ministry
Deacon Edward F. Hanley
Saint Timothy School
Hawthorne and Levick Streets
Permanent Deacon
Telephone: 215-338-9797Fax: 215-331-6457
Pastoral Staff
Mrs. Lucille Hillerman, Principal
Sister Beatrice McElrone, SSJ
Director of Social Services
215-331-5436
Saint Timothy Convent
3033 Levick Street
Telephone: 215-624-8333
Information
Ms. Anne Coneghen
Director of Music Ministries
215-624-6188 x102
The Sisters of Saint Joseph
Mrs. Cheryl Kirschman
Coordinator of Religious Education
215-338-9797 x123
Blessed Sacrament
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
is held every Wednesday in the
lower church beginning at 9:00a.m.
and concluding with benediction at
12:00p.m. noon.
Reconciliation (Confession)
Confessions are heard every Saturday from 3:15 to 4:15p.m. in the
Lower Church or by appointment.
Anointing of the Sick
Please contact the rectory to make
arrangements for anointing and
Communion for the sick and dying.
Baptism of Children
The Sacrament of Baptism is administered on the second and fourth Sunday of each month at 1:00p.m. in the
upper church. Parents are asked to
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register for Baptism by calling to meet
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
with one of the parish priests. PreJordan Instructions are required for
parents and are held on the first Monday of each month at 7:00p.m. in the
Rectory Dining Room. The next PreJordan conference is scheduled for
(RCIA)
RCIA prepares adolescents and
adults for Baptism and full communion in the Catholic Church. For
more information, please contact
Father McCormick.
Monday April 4th.
Sacrament of Marriage
Arrangements for the Sacrament of
Marriage must be made with one of
the parish priests at least six months
before the wedding date.
Visits to Sick and Homebound
The parish priests and deacon visit
the sick in their homes and in area
hospitals. Please contact the rectory
to arrange a visit.
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Religious Education (CCD)
Religious instruction for elementary
school students takes place on
Wednesday afternoons during the
school year. Please contact Mrs.
Cheryl Kirschman for more information.
New Parishioners
New parishioners are most welcome, and are encouraged to register at the rectory as soon as possible
after moving into the parish.
www.st-tims.org
Second Sunday in Lent
Dear Parishioners,
A Letter from the Pastor
I know that over the past three years at Saint Timothy I have joked about my grades being the
cause of my dismissal from Saint Charles Seminary when I was 21 years old. I can joke about it now, since
that moment in my life led me on a journey that I could have never planned. I also believe that because of
that turn of events in 1980, God opened my heart up to experiences that helped to mold me and change me.
I met many wonderful people along the way that have helped me to see the face of Christ again and again.
I can tell you however, that when it happened, and I was forced to deal with that reality and try to help my
parents to deal with it, it seemed like my world was ending and in many ways it was. I was dying to an old
reality and in need of seeking a new one.
I am certain that over the past few weeks with the news stories and the announcements of the removal
of 21 priests from active ministry indefinitely, most, if not all of us have felt as if our faith has been
assaulted, shaken or rocked in some ways, and it has been to be sure. Our trust in the institutional Church
has perhaps been brought into question and we are reminded once again that humans make up the
institution of the Church. Human beings will sin, let us down and make bad choices. Our reality might
need to be adjusted or we might need to seek out a new reality. The truth is my friends, that we can never
forget that God is still at the heart of our Church and that God is still in charge of our Church and God still
loves us all and wants us to be happy, faith-filled and content.
People will inevitably let us down. Because we are human and we sin, our sins seem to jump from the
pages of the newspapers and they seem to glow bright red. The one truth that will never change, the one
hope that we must cling to and always and have in our hearts, is that our God loves us and has managed to
steer the Church through some very rocky moments in history. I know for certain that God will not
abandon us now. The reality is that the abuse of any person is wrong. The abuse of some of the most
vulnerable among us, namely children is especially wrong and when perpetrated by people who are meant
to be trusted and counted on, it seems horribly wrong; and it is. I am sorry that all of us have to go through
this heart-wrenching moment again. I hope you will join me in praying always for anyone who is a victim
of abuse, for anyone who is accused of being an abuser and for those who are guilty of abuse, as they need
our prayers also. God and faith and hope will see us through!
Peace, Father Steve Leva
Parish
Lenten
Saint Timothy Fish Fry
$15.00 per adult/ $7 per child 12 & under
All take-out orders: $15.00
**TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE**
NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR**
BINGO
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immediately following dinner
Fry
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Friday, April 1 in the parish hall
6:00-9:00pm
Dinner includes homemade crab
cakes, Fish, Pasta
French fries/Cole slaw
Soda, water, coffee & tea
Please bring a dessert to share!
Fish
-----------------------------------Ticket Request
Name:
Phone:
# Adult Tickets:
# Child Tickets:
AMT enclosed: $
# Takeout orders:
(will call for de-
tails)
Please return to the Rectory—make checks payable to Saint Timothy Church. Tickets must be purchased by March 25th. (no extension on deadline) TICKETS
AVAILABLE IN THE SCRIP AND RECTORY OFFICES.
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Eucharistic Celebration
Mass Intentions
MONDAY MARCH 21ST LENTEN WEEKDAY
6:30 AM Judith Valentino
8:30AM James J. Valentino
CELEBRANT SCHEDULE FOR
March 26th and 27th
ND
4:30PM
TUESDAY MARCH 22 –LENTEN WEEKDAY
6:30 AM Hugh Saunders
8:30AM Joseph & Michael Meyer
WEDNESDAY MARCH 23RD–LENTEN WEEKDAY
6:30 AM Frank Rotchford
8:30AM Frank J. Kelly
7:00PM Mary Salvati
CELEBRANTS FOR SUNDAY
6:30AM
8:30AM
10:00AM
12:00PM
THURSDAY MARCH 24TH – SAINT TORIBIO DE MOGROVEJO
6:30AM Joseph Gallagher I.P.C. (living)
8:30AM Cathryn & Stephen Haughton
Father Patrick McCormick
Father John Kolodziej, OSFS
Father Stephen Leva
Father Stephen Leva
Church Memorials-Week of March 20 th
The Sanctuary Light in the Upper Church will burn
in loving memory of Ted Lockton
The Bread and Wine are offered in the Upper Church
in loving memory of Margaret Hopkins
FRIDAY MARCH 25TH - THE ANNUNCIATION OF THE LORD
6:30AM Marvin Przeworski
8:30AM Roberta Ryan
SATURDAY MARCH 26TH SAINT JOSEPH, HUSBAND OF THE
BLESSED VIRGIN M ARY
8:30AM Ben & Margaret
4:30PM Bernard J. King
Third Sunday of Lent
Father Patrick McCormick
The Sanctuary Light in the Lower Church will burn
in loving memory of Carl & Delores Fragale
The Bread and Wine are offered in the Lower Church
in loving memory of Carl & Delores Fragale
Guzek & Family
Parish Calendar
Monday
March 21
Tuesday
March 22
3PM CYO
Athletics
Wednesday
March 23
9AM—Golden
Friends Seniors
Exposition of the
Blessed Sacrament
Benediction
6PM—Handbell
RehearsalCancelled
7PM Rosary
7PM Scripture
Study
3PM CYO Athletics
4:30PM CCD
7PM RCIA
Thursday
March 24
Friday
March 25
Saturday
March 26
Third Sunday in
Lent
3PM CYO Athletics 3PM CYO
3PM Children’s
Choir Rehearsal
Athletics
7PM Adult Choir
Rehearsal
7PM Stations of
the Cross
Sunday
March 27
1PM CYO
Athletics
4:30 pm Mass—
Scrutiny
C DR = Convent Dining Room L = Library LC = Lower Church PH = Parish Hall DR = Rectory Dining Room
Altar Server Schedule-Week of March 20 th
Mon., 8:30AM A. Kau, A. Wright
Tues., 8:30AM C. Kacprowicz, A. Youse
Weds., 8:30AM C. Wallace, K. Trice
Thurs., 830AM A. Andalis, M. Basileo
Fri.,
8:30AM D. Decker, D. Blauser
SATURDAY/SUNDAY, MARCH 26-27
4:30PM
H. Schweizer, A. Stranzl, V. Stranzl
8:30AM
J. Weinert, A. Whalen, M. Sapata
10:00AM R. Teel, J. .Padilla, E. Weldon
12:00PM H. Schweizer, E. Langlinais, A. Symes
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Universal Call to Holiness
EXPOSITION OF THE MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT AND BENEDICTION: Wednesday in the
Lower Church. Exposition takes place after the 8:30AM
Mass until Benediction at 12:00PM.
RECITATION OF THE HOLY ROSARY: The Holy Rosary is
recited each morning at 8:00AM in the Lower Church. On
Saturday, the Rosary is prayed at 8:00AM at the outdoor
Marian Grotto (weather permitting). On Tuesdays at 7pm
in the Lower Church.
FIRST SATURDAY EXPOSITION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT:
Saturday, April 2nd, 2011 from 8:30AM until noon. First Saturday Exposition runs from October through May.
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Parish Prayer Intentions
Financial Information—Sunday Tithing
PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK IN YOUR PRAYERS
God’s Plan for Giving: Thank you! Tithing is God’s
plan to support His Church. Full tithing means 10% of
income to God. We ask half of this, or 5% for your
Parish Church.
Joan C. Atkinson
Elizabeth Bachmayer
Ray Bastkowski
Ron Bazzano
Fran Beck
Mary Campellone
Deborah Cannon
Raymond Carlin
Cecelia Clancy
Ray Cole
Tracey D’Alessandro
Joanne Daugherty
Jillian Davis
Tony DelColombo
Sr. Katherine
Denny
Kim DiBattista
Joan Dillon
Margaret DiStefano
Thomas Flynn
Lucy Forgione
Josephine Glennon
Lew Hall
Mark Haner
Deacon Ed Hanley
Annette Hart
John Hess
Christina Hoffmann
John B. Howe
Saye Howe
Donna James
Bill & Ruth Kelly
William F. Kelly
Richard Kelly
Henry Keough
Helen Laranko
Jessica Leva
Joyce Lolend
Bernice Lombardi
Erick Markland
Michael McGuire
MaryEllen Meginley
Peggy Ann Meyer
Joseph Minnich
Bridgid Mullan
Rosemarie Muhollen
Kathleen Murray
Sarah Natali
James O. Nay
David Norris
Baby Michael Oberholtzer
Sunday, March 13, 2011
Amt: $13,971
Envelopes: 1,009
Helena Phraner
Raymond Pozelewski
Frank Ramos, Jr.
Kathleen Regan
Dorothy Scheetz
William Sharp
Ed Sheehan
Riley Stone
Patricia Stokes
Charles Sulzbach
Mary Vizzard
Lexie Taylor
Detlov Tessel
Thomas Thieroff
Albert Walls
William Wernery
Nor’Easter 2010
Sunday, March 14, 2010
Amt: $9,969
Envelopes: 584
A Will can be a final expression of one’s love and concern for family,
friends, and the Parish Community. Please remember the Saint Timothy
Church in your estate planning!
Reminder to High School and Grade School Parents: A
participating parishioner is a member of Saint Timothy Parish
who faithfully attends Mass on Sunday and who contributes to
the support of our parish at that time through the use of Sunday
envelopes with a minimum contribution of $10.00 per week. In
addition, High School students should continue to use their
envelopes as well. All contributions will be reviewed and tuition
will be charged accordingly.
Memorial Opportunities
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** We will be happy to keep the name of your loved one on the
sick list for three weeks. Hopefully, by that time, they will
have recovered. If you wish to extend a request for prayers
beyond that time, please call the Rectory in order to place the
request on the prayer list again.**
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Amelia Leva
Dorothy Lewis
Monserrate Conception
May the souls of the faithful departed
through the Mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen
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Sanctuary Fund
In Loving Memory of William E. Scanlon
Enrolled by the Geraldine Ibberson
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SAINT TIMOTHY ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA
Social Services—Sister Bea McElrone, SSJ,
Religious Education—Mrs. Cheryl Kirschman
215-331-5436
215-338-9797 Ext. 123
RETREAT FOR WOMEN…who have lost a loved one
to a sudden death: Marianist Retreat House, Cape May,
Friday April, 29 to Sunday morning, May 1. To register,
contact Kathleen O’Hara at 215-235-7722.
AID FOR FRIENDS…is in need of volunteer visitors to
deliver meals to shut-ins. Call Lynn or Jeannie at 215624-2224 if you can give some time to this charitable
cause.
PCA Attendant Transportation Service (ATS) provides
door-through-door and upper floor assistance to impaired older adults. This service is provided in conjunction with SEPTA’s CCT-CONNECT Shared Ride services. Attendant services are meant to supplement
rather than replace those of an informal or paid escort.
Certification of eligibility is required. Call 215-765-9040.
Thank you to all who took a lamb or a dove and are praying for the children preparing for the sacraments of First
Eucharist and Confirmation. There are approximately 150
students being prepared for the two sacraments. For information regarding CCD classes, please contact Mrs. Cheryl
Kirschman in the Religious Education office. 215-3389797 or email [email protected]
Music Ministry - Ms. Anne Coneghen
215-624-6188 Ext. 102
“Give thanks for music-making art,
And praise the Spirit’s choice
Of members called and set apart
With instrument and voice.
With work and wisdom, skills hard-won,
Life-giving and life-long
They celebrate what God has done,
And lead the people’s song.” - Brian Wren
Community Behavioral Health (CBH) provides mental
health and substance abuse treatment to Medicaid recipients. 215-413-3100, www.phila-bhs.org
Associated Services for the Blind provide support,
education, training and advocacy for the blind and visually impaired. 215-627-0600, www.asb.org
AVAILABLE THROUGH THE MINISTRY OFFICE:
Medical equipment items: bed rail, bed alarm, toilet
safety rail, oxygen tubing ,wheel chair, large therapeutic
support knee high socks for men, raised toilet seat,
crutches, blue pads, lg and xlg adult diapers, disposable
liners, blue pads, shower chairs, abdominal binder,
walkers (with wheels), canes (singles, 4 prong), commode, Safesport knee stabilizing brace (large, black),
weekly pill containers. Homemaker-companion (assists
Seniors in need) person who will shop, clean, prepare
light meals, help with personal care), Drivers for doctors’ appointments, shopping, etc. (advanced notice
needed for a ride), Cleaners These persons are parishioners whose service is done for a reasonable rate. Call
Ministry Office, 215-331-5436.
CORA SERVICES AT CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES…through its Family Intervention Program provides counseling and prevention programs for youth
and their families addressing family relationship issues
and child/parent concerns including substance use. Services offered at little or no cost. Call 215-324-7660, ext.
2450.
FURNITURE / LARGE APPLIANCE DONATION
PICK-UP: Call St. Vincent De-Paul Society, 215-2888160.
The music ministry is looking for new members for
both the Adult Choir and the Handbell Choir. No formal
musical training is necessary. Come and join a wonderful
group of parishioners in giving praise and glory to God
here at Saint Timothy’s Church.
Monday, March 21st
Handbell Rehearsal - 6p.m.
Thursday, March 24th
Childrens’ Choir - 3 p.m.
Adult Choir - 7 p.m.
Church
Memorials
Available
29 May 2011: Sanctuary Light - Lower Church
5 June 2011: Sanctuary Light - Lower Church
26 June 2011: Sanctuary Light - Lower Church
26 June 2011: Bread & Wine - Lower Church
3 July 2011: Sanctuary Light - Upper Church
3 July 2011: Sanctuary Light - Lower Church
3 July 2011: Bread & Wine - Lower Church
Call the Rectory for information.
Also there are a good number of
6:30a.m. Mass intentions
available.
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What’s
Happening
Scripture Study
Saint John’s Hospice / Saint Francis Inn are in dire need
of Winter clothing and blankets — For drop-off, please
call Ellie at 215-332-6465. Thank you for all of your help!
Who: All are welcome!
When: Tuesdays at 7:30 PM
Where: Rectory Basement
Topic: Next Sunday's Readings
S.O.U.L. (Save Our Unborn Lives): We are especially in
need of cribs, porta-cribs & bassinets right now. We always need baby clothing and furniture. If you can help,
please call Ellie Walsh @ 215-332-6465. Thank you for
your continued support of God’s little ones.
Contact Norbert Moser: 215-332-3793
John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls School: Seventh Grade Practice
Exam at Hallahan - will be administered to current 7th grade
girls on Saturday, March 26, 2011. Cost is $25 due at time of
registration. The registration form can be found on our website: www.jwhallahan.com under Admissions or you can call
215-563-830 ext. 251. Tours of Hallahan and an information
session will follow the exam at approximately 11:45a.m. 8th
grade Registration: If you haven’t already done so, there is still
time to register your daughter for the 2011-2012 school year.
Registration forms will be accepted and questions will be answered at this time as well.
Mercy Vocational High School Open House (7th grade students): You are cordially invited to experience the Mercy difference by attending our Open House Program on Sunday,
April 3rd, from 12-3p.m. Visitors should be present by 1:45pm
to get the full tour. Invest an hour and see first-hand the many
wonderful opportunities available at the only Catholic vocational high school in the country. Learn about our Academic
Programs, our Career and Technical Programs, Technology,
Outcomes for Graduates, Extra-curricular Activities, Athletics,
Tuition Assistance , Transportation options and more!
CORA SERVICES: 8540 Verree Rd., Phila. Flea Market/Craft Fair
“Vendors needed” Indoor - $30 or 2 / $50 (includes 5’ table).
Outdoor - $15 or 2 / $25 Saturday, May 7th - 9am—2pm Contact: 215701-2524 or [email protected]
Round the Bases! Cross home plate at Citizens Bank Park for
families facing cancer on April 10th! Support the mission of For
Pete’s Sake Cancer Respite Foundation by joining us for a family-friendly Walk. Visit www.takeabreakfromcancer.org for
more information.
Unlock the Secrets to a More Vibrant Parish: Event sponsored
by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Office for Formation of
the Laity: Workshop will focus on:
• FUNERALS: concrete ways to reach out to non-practicing
Catholics in a gentle, compassionate way.
• PARISH REGISTRATION: practical ways to help newcomers
become part of the community.
• LITURGY: specific suggestions to establish ministers of hospitality at weekend Masses
ONE Workshop - FOUR Different Locations 7-9p.m.
MONDAY, MAY 2: St. Ann, Phoenixville
TUESDAY MAY 10: Holy Cross, Philadelphia
THURSDAY, MAY 12: Queen of the Universe, Levittown
MONDAY, MAY 16: St. Mary, Schwenksville
Contact Information: Sister Louise Alf Phone: 215-587-0547—
Email: [email protected]—Fax: 215-587-3561.
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S C R I P Hours
Golden Friends Seniors
SAINT TIMOTHY GOLDEN FRIENDS SENIOR CLUB
Senior Meetings: Wednesday, 9am-3pm (PH)
May 16, 2011: Hunterdon Hills Playhouse Dinner
Theatre. Noel Coward Blithe Spirit (comedy classic).
September 12-16, 2011: (Monday 12-16) Double $366
Single $448 Triple $344. Pinegrove Dude Ranch 5 days
and 4 nights Cocktail hour with Bloody Mary’s. 3 meals a
day, shows nightly. Daily activities including bingo, horse
racing, horseback riding and many more! $50 deposit per
person to reserve your seat. Final payment August 10,
2011 Cancellation insurance included in price of trip.
Please call Rose Peck at 215-335-2287 or
Rosemarie Townsend at 215-332-5256.
We’re a fun group!
C a l l
t o
C o n v e r s i o n
&
H o l i n e s s
The Sacrament of Confession - Let’s put this behind us
Jesus does not insult us, or our intelligence, by pretending
that our sins do not exist. The Cross certainly reminds us of
their reality. In the Sacrament of Confession, we humbly
acknowledge the reality of our personal sins, not so that
they can be masked or ignored, but so that they may be
truly forgiven for what they are. Then, we can put them
behind us! You are invited to read Cardinal Rigali’s Pastoral Letter that can be found on the home page of the
Archdiocese - www.archphila.org.
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Market
Summer 2011 6:30AM
Mass Schedule and Intentions
xxxMass as well as 8:30AM
We will be having 6:30AM
Mass during the Summer. The 6:30AM Masses are
now available for Mass Intentions. Please stop by
or call the Rectory Office if you would like to have a
Mass celebrated. Thank you.
Thank you for your Market Day order this month!
We’re looking forward to seeing you when
you pick up your order on Monday
03/28/2011 between 7:00PM and 8:00PM.
You can find us in the parish hall. If you
have any questions please contact Bill Marks
at 215-520-0847. Thank you for your continued support.
Miscellaneous
Father Judge Beef, Beer, Bingo & Baskets—Friday, March
25th Dinner and Shopping at 7pm - Bingo 8pm - Tickets
available for $25. Join us for a fun night out! Must be 21.
Sponsored by Father Judge High School Mother’s Association. Call Barb for tickets at 215-677-7276 or email
[email protected]
Archbishop Ryan High School will be hosting a Welcome
Home Reunion on March 26th at Ryan at 8p.m. for the following classes. 1975 and 1976 35 year reunion - 1985 and
1986 25 year reunion - 1995 and 1996 15 year reunion. The
entire building will be open for you! Dance in the gym
again, stop out onstage, and see your teams’ trophies on
display. Dinner, Dancing and reconnecting. It won’t be the
same without you! Tickets are $40 and available on line at
ryanalumni.ccom or by calling Fr. Rene at 215-824-1190.
First Annual Saint Timothy Reunion
Golf Outing: Tim “Dags” Campellone Golf outing will be
held on Sunday August 21 at John
Bryne
Golf
Day
News
Course and Post Party at 3 Monkeys Café. Benefits St. Timothy’s Students. Call Joe Lavin at 215-776-2829 for details.
Worldwide Marriage Encounter: Before summer is over,
take time for your relationship. Our next couples experience
will be May 13-15, 2011. For more information call 1-800-456
-8330.
Wedding Couples, please note: The grounds of the Sisters
of the Holy Family of Nazareth, 4001 Grant Avenue are
available for outside Wedding Pictures by appointment
only. For information call: Sister Helen at 215-268-1040.
Saint Hubert 3rd Gala Art Auction: Saturday, April 16,
2011 - 7pm art preview and Hors d’oeuvres, Wine, 8pm
auction starts. $20 pp. St. Hubert Cafeteria hosted by the
Alumnae Assn. Proceeds benefit the scholarship fund. Call
267-205-0674 for tickets or email [email protected] Program ads also welcome, all price ranges.
First Annual St. Timothy’s School & Parish
“Tigers Roar at the Shore” Reunion
St. Timothy’s will host a parish and school reunion on Saturday, August 6,
2011 from 3:00 to 7:00 PM at Keenan’s Irish Pub in North Wildwood, New Jersey. This is shaping
up to be a very special day as interest is tremendous. All members of Saint Timothy’s parish, staff, or
school, past and present, are welcome to attend. “Friends of Saint Timothy’s” are more than welcome as well.
Tickets for the reunion are $35 and includes both bottled and draft domestic beers, wine, soda,
hamburgers, hot dogs, potato salad, macaroni salad, DJ and band entertainment. Tickets can be
purchased in advance or at the door. Tickets can be purchased in person or by mail at the following:
St. Timothy’s Rectory
3001 Levick Street
Philadelphia, PA 19149
215- 624-6188
(please make all checks payable to Saint Timothy Church)
Tickets will be sold at the door as well but it is recommended that you purchase your tickets in
advance as interest in the reunion is tremendous and continues to grow each day. Please know that
Keenan’s Irish Pub has a very strict policy regarding underage drinking. ALL REUNION GUESTS
MUST BE 21 YEARS OLD – NO EXCEPTIONS !! For more information please contact:
Michael “ODES” O’Donnell 4243 Hellerman Street Philadelphia, PA 19135 215-333-7936
Saint Timothy Parish Mission Statement
We, the parish Family of Saint Timothy Roman Catholic Church of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
a diverse community of many generations, are dedicated to announcing God’s presence for all people
Relying on God’s Spirit and a strong tradition of Word, worship and welcome,
we seek to create a community of prayer, teaching and service.
Parish Clergy
Reverend Stephen F. Leva ............................ Pastor ..............................................215-624-6188 .............................. [email protected]
Reverend Patrick G. McCormick ................... Parochial Vicar .................................215-624-6188 x119 .......... [email protected]
Deacon Edward F. Hanley ............................. Permanent Deacon ..........................215-624-6188 x304 [email protected]
Parish Pastoral Staff
Sister Beatrice McElrone, SSJ ........................ Social Services .................................215-331-5436
Ms. Anne Coneghen ...................................... Music Ministries ..............................215-624-6188 x102 [email protected]
Mrs. Cheryl Kirschman .................................. Religious Education .........................215-338-9797 x123 .............. [email protected]
Parish Administrative Staff
Mr. Dennis J. Kelley ....................................... Business Manager ...........................215-624-6188 x104 ..................... [email protected]
Mrs. Mariane Fragment ................................ Parish Secretary ...............................215-624-6188 x101 .............. [email protected]
Sister Mary Elizabeth Farrell, SSJ .................. Tuition Officer .................................215-624-6188 x110 ..................... [email protected]
..................................................................... SMART Tuition .................................888-868-8828
Saint Timothy School
Mrs. Lucille Hillerman ................................... Principal ...........................................215-338-9797 ......................... [email protected]
Mrs. Ann Marie Dinan ................................... School Secretary ..............................215-338-9797 .............................. [email protected]
Parish Ministry Contacts
Aid for Friends .............................................. Mrs. Lynn Trombetta .......................215-464-2224
Altar Servers ................................................. Father McCormick ...........................215-624-6188 x119 .......... [email protected]
Choir ............................................................. Ms. Anne Coneghen ........................215-624-6188 x102 [email protected]
CYO Sports .................................................... Mrs. Tricia Decker............................215-333-5203 ........................ [email protected]
CYO Teenage Youth Group ........................... Mr. Thomas Sullivan ........................215-743-6344
Evangelization Committee ............................ Ms. Beth Wood................................215-624-1909 ....................... [email protected]
Extraordinary Ministers of Communion ....... Ms. Diana Dematteo .......................215-289-6325
Home and School Association ...................... Ms. Diane Welsh..............................267-253-1435
Lectors .......................................................... Ms. Margaret Stein ..........................215-624-6188
Spiritual Life Committee ............................... Father McCormick ...........................215-624-6188 x119 .......... [email protected]
Men of Saint Timothy ................................... Mr. Paul Prendergast.......................215-342-2130
Pro-Life Group (SOUL)................................... Mrs. Ellie Walsh ...............................215-332-6465
RCIA .............................................................. Father McCormick ...........................215-624-6188 x119 .......... [email protected]
Senior Citizens .............................................. Mr. John Sacchetti ...........................215-535-3697
Separated or Divorced Catholics .................. Family Life Office: Tara Seyfer .........215-587-3516
S.T.A.R. (Saint Timothy Alumni) .................... Mrs. Jackie Lardani ..........................215-744-3644 [email protected]
Stewardship Committee ............................... Mrs. Angela Leech ...........................215-624-6188 x106
Swim Team (Tigersharks) .............................. Mr. John Berner...............................215-287-6865 ..................... st-tims-tigersharks.org
T.O.D.A.Y. Program ....................................... Sister Margaret Maura, RSM ...........215-624-6188 x216
Ushers ........................................................... Mr. John Sacchetti ...........................215-535-3697

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