Saint Kilian Parish 7076 Franklin Road, Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania 16066

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Saint Kilian Parish 7076 Franklin Road, Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania 16066
Saint Kilian Parish
7076 Franklin Road, Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania 16066
The Catholic Parish for those living in the boroughs of Callery, Mars, Seven Fields and
Valencia; as well as those in Adams Township and Cranberry Township (east of Rt. 19)
Phone: 724-625-1665
Fax: 724-625-1922
October 19, 2014
Web Site: www.saintkilian.org
Email Address: par[email protected]
The Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Weekend Masses
Saturday Vigil Mass: 4:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Sunday: 7:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 12:15 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Daily Mass: Consult weekly bulletin
Parish Staff
Infant Baptisms may take place during any weekend Mass or at
1:15 p.m. on any Sunday.
Reverend Charles S. Bober
Pastor
Adult Entrance into the Catholic Church takes place through the Rite of
Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.). For adolescents, preparation
for Confirmation takes place within the Religious Education Program.
For adults, preparation takes place through a brief special program.
Reverend Christopher D. Donley
Parochial Vicar
Deacon Ralph Bachner
Pastoral Associate
Director of Faith Formation
Matrimony Diocesan directives require at least 6 months notice.
An interview with the pastor is required before a date can be placed
on the parish schedule. A marriage preparation course is provided
periodically by the parish.
Susan Bachner
Faith Formation/CCD Program Director
Reconciliation (Confession) is scheduled on Saturdays from 3:00 p.m. to
3:30 p.m., or by appointment with the pastor.
Deacon William Carver
Pastoral Care/Institutional Ministry
Anointing of the Sick is available to anyone seriously ill or anticipating
surgery.
David Dreher
Director of Music Ministries
Charles J. Goetz
Business Manager
Deacon Robert Marshall
Youth and Young Adult Ministry
Jane Pampena
School Principal
For information on priesthood or religious life contact the Vocation
Office of the Diocese of Pittsburgh at 412-456-3123.
Interpreted Mass for the Deaf every Sunday at the 10:30 a.m. Mass.
Parish Center is located at 7076 Franklin Road (off of Route 228).
Office Hours: Monday through Thursday - 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
New Parishioners are always welcome. You may register at the parish
center or by means of the parish website.
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THE WORD OF GOD THIS SUNDAY: For this Sunday,
the Twenty-ninth in Ordinary Time, the Scriptural readings
begin with a passage from the Book of the prophet Isaiah
where he speaks of God working through the leader of
another nation. In the second reading, from the First Letter to the Thessalonians, Saint Paul speaks of faith and
prayer. In the Gospel, Jesus challenges those who attack
him with a question about their loyalty to what really matters.
COLD AND FLU SEASON: As the weather changes,
many of us will experience personal health issues. As
you do so, please consider whether or not you might
pass on your illness to others by being in crowds at
Mass or social events in the parish. It is also important
to remember that at the Sign of Peace at Mass it is
enough to share the words of peace without shaking
hands. Please be understanding and sensitive if others wish to extend greetings but not their hands.
SEATING AT MASS: Please note that many of the rows
in the auditorium at the high school are very long (some
over 20 seats in length). If you arrive early and sit in the
end seat, everyone else has to climb over you to be seated in that row. While many prefer “end seats” it really
does not convey a sense of welcome if people have to
climb over others to get to a seat even when they arrive
early before Mass begins. Taking a seat in the middle of
the row is one more way of extending hospitality to visitors and fellow parishioners alike.
FLU SHOTS: Walgreens Clinic will be offering Flu
shots to parishioners on Saturday, October 18th from
4:00-5:00 pm and Sunday, October 19th from 7:0010:30 am. Most insurances accepted so participants
will need to bring insurance cards for billing. Cash
payment will be accepted.
SERVING OUR COMMUNITIES
Our Food Pantry continues to serve our communities. For the month of September (4 Wednesdays),
204 families (401 individuals) utilized the Food Pantry. The demand continues to grow! The
Food Pantry, located in the basement of the old rectory in Mars at 205 Clark Street, is open every
Wednesday from 3:00 until 7:00 pm.
FOOD DONATIONS
The Food Pantry is always appreciate of your donations (please do check to make sure donated items have not
expired). This week, we are most in need of the following: cereal, oatmeal, pancake mix and syrup,
canned meats and tuna, pasta sauce, canned ravioli, boxed potatoes, stuffing mix, Hamburger Helper,
canned fruits, applesauce, canned vegetables (except green beans), jelly, cranberry sauce and toilet
paper.
FELLOWSHIP DINNERS
These Wednesday evening meals are of great help to our neighbors and provide food and fellowship for
those in any need. Dinner is served from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. every Wednesday in the Parish Hall (next to the
church in Mars on the corner of Clark and Cherry Streets).
A Planning Meeting for 2015 Fellowship Dinners will be held on Wednesday, October 22 at 6:45 in
the Church Hall in Mars. All contact persons for Parish groups should attend. If you haven’t done so
already, please let Rob know who will represent your group.
THANK YOU!
Thank you to Giant Eagle for their weekly donations of baked goods to the Food Pantry and McGinnis Sisters for
their weekly donations of baked goods and desserts to the Fellowship Dinners. Special thanks to all our dinner
sponsors and volunteers.
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LITURGY & EVENT CALENDARS
LITURGY SCHEDULE
October 19, 2014
THIS WEEK AT SAINT KILIAN
Saturday, October 18, 2014
3:30 p.m. Wedding: Adam Kokal and Kate Reinhart
Saint Kilian Church in Mars
4:00 p.m. (CWNC) Larry Benton (Jean)
5:30 p.m. (CWNC) Victoria and Donna Pietropola
(Family)
Saturday, October 18, 2014
9:00 a.m. Caring Quilt Ministry - Parish Hall in Mars
Sunday, October 19, 2014 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:30 a.m. (CWNC) Living and Deceased Members
of Saint Kilian Parish
9:00 a.m. (CWNC) Stephanie Glavin (Family)
10:30 a.m. (CWNC) Regis Kozusko
(Linda and Ted Rossetti)
12:15 p.m. (CWNC) Carole Levesque (Tony Rigano)
5:30 p.m. (CWNC) Marvin Wirsing (Marge)
Monday, October 20, 2014
11:30 a.m. Jr. SKY Core Team Meeting Conference Room B
4:40 p.m. CCD Classes - Saint Kilian Parish Center
6:30 p.m. CCD Classes - Saint Kilian Parish Center
6:30 p.m. RCIA - Conference Room B
7:00 p.m. St. Vincent de Paul Society - Rectory in Mars
7:30 p.m. Devoto Bells - CWNC Band Room
Monday, October 20, 2014
10:00 a.m. (PC) Anna Steinbeiser (Bachner Family)
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
7:00 a.m. (Chapel) Mike Kenitz, Jr. (Nick Makozy)
2:30 p.m. Paramount Senior Living - Rosary
3:00 p.m. Paramount Senior Living - Communion Service
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
7:00 a.m. (Chapel) Kathleen Haberman
(Christina Kolmansperger and Eric Fritz)
Thursday, October 23, 2014
7:00 a.m. (Chapel) Marilyn Osiecki (Crowley Family)
Friday, October 24, 2014
7:00 a.m. (Chapel) Lorraine Cieslak
(Ed and Toni Zawisza)
Saturday, October 25, 2014
2:00 p.m. Wedding: Richard Shutte and Morgan Henrich
Saint Kilian Church in Mars
4:00 p.m. (CWNC) Helen Grygiel
(Jeanne and Rege Kleinhampl)
5:30 p.m. (CWNC) Ted Helgerman
(St. Vincent de Paul Society)
Sunday, October 26, 2014 The 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
7:30 a.m. (CWNC) Emma Cole (Family)
9:00 a.m. (CWNC) Mikayla Chappell (Friends)
10:30 a.m. (CWNC) Anna Mae Seibert (Family)
12:15 p.m. (CWNC) Living and Deceased Members
of Saint Kilian Parish
5:30 p.m. (CWNC) Katherine Dienstbier
(Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Samuto)
Sunday, October 19, 2014
8:40 a.m. CCD Classes - Saint Kilian Parish Center
10:30 a.m. CCD Classes - Saint Kilian Parish Center
6:30 p.m. SKY Youth Ministry - SKP Cafeteria
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
4:40 p.m. CCD Classes - Saint Kilian Parish Center
6:30 p.m. Alienated Grandparents Anonymous Conference Room B
7:00 p.m. Dreher Chorale Rehearsal - CWNC Band Room
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
9:30 a.m. Women’s Bible Study - Conference Room B
6:30 p.m. GriefShare - Conference Room B
7:30 p.m. Evening Bible Study - Conference Room A
Thursday, October 23, 2014
5:30 p.m. Jr. Cantors - CWNC Band Room
6:00 p.m. Children’s Choir - CWNC Band Room
6:30 p.m. Protecting God’s Children - Cafeteria
7:30 p.m. Adult Choir - CWNC Band Room
Friday, October 24, 2014
10:30 a.m. Prayer Group - Church in Mars
Saturday, October 25, 2014
9:00 a.m. SKY Youth Ministry - SKP Cafeteria
6:30 p.m. Jr. SKY Youth Ministry - CWNC Cafeteria
Sunday, October 26, 2014
8:40 a.m. CCD Classes - Saint Kilian Parish Center
10:30 a.m. CCD Classes - Saint Kilian Parish Center
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MUSIC MINISTRY
The readings, psalm and music this week centers on
the concept of giving praise to Almighty God. God
alone is God. God is the source of all power and authority. The psalm calls us to give God “glory and
praise” and to announce God’s sovereignty to all nations. Even in the gospel, Jesus commands us to give
God what is properly due. It is very fitting that we conclude our liturgy with the beloved hymn, Holy God, We
Praise Thy Name. This very old hymn dates back to
1771 with lyrics by the German priest Ignaz Franz. It
originally had lyrics in Latin that paraphrased the Te
Deum. The first printing of the song was made
in Vienna 1776, where it became part of the Catholic hymnbook (Katholisches Gesangsbuch) upon the
order of Her Apostolic Majesty Maria Theresia.
Our various choirs can be heard at these liturgies coming up:
Devoto Bell Choir
Children’s Choir
Adult Choir
Oct. 19th
Oct. 18th
Oct. 19th
Oct. 26th
Nov. 2nd
Nov. 9th
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12:15 pm
5:30 pm
10:30 am
10:30 am
12:15 pm
12:15 pm
If you would like more information regarding the Bell Choir,
Children’s Choir or Adult Choir, please contact David
Dreher at 724-625-1665 x2113 or email [email protected]
LAST CALL! HAVE A COAT? NEED A
COAT? Gently used coats and winter
items needed for our annual COAT COLLECTION. All sizes gratefully accepted!
Other winter items especially in need are
sweatshirts (used) and large/XL white
socks (need to be new). Items can be
dropped off at the front office of the Parish Center, Attn: Jo Scheller.
If you need a coat or winter help, please
email Jo at [email protected]
DUE DATE for coats and misc. items is
Saturday, October 25th. Drop off at the
Jr. SKY meeting in the CWNC cafeteria
after 5:30 pm Mass.
ALIENATED GRANDPARENTS ANONYMOUS: AGA
is support group for parents who struggle with their relationship with their married children and as a consequence their grandchildren. Alienated Grandparents
Anonymous focuses on the struggle so many grandparents have in being part of their grandchildren's
lives. AGA provides support and information, and helps
validate the feelings of those suffering some degree of
estrangement, alienation, or isolation. Our next meeting
is Tuesday, October 21st at 6:30 pm in Conference
Room B of the Parish Center. Contact Deacon Ralph
Bachner
@
724-625-1665
x
2103
or
email [email protected] for more information.
CARING QUILT MINISTRY
HAS A CHANGE FOR OCTOBER
We usually meet the 4th Saturday of every
month BUT for October we will be meeting on
the 18th! Anyone is welcome to stop in the
Parish Center and request a quilt. No cost,
no questions! Any questions, please contact
Betsy Pfendler at 724-766-7435 or email at
[email protected] Thanks for the continued support.
Geri Basa
Monica Brower
Corey and Kristy Carson
Children: Ty and Alex
Catherine Mahunik
Lance Trott
Fred and Ann Marie Zajac
ARE YOU PLANNING A WILL OR ESTATE? Please remember Saint Kilian Parish’s Second Century Campaign in your will
or estate planning. In this way, you can help build the future of
our parish and likely take steps which are of a tax advantage
to you. If you need additional information regarding this opportunity to help the parish, please phone the Parish Center.
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Saint Kilian Youth
High School Youth Ministry
Deacon Bob Marshall
[email protected] 724-625-1665, ext. 2116
October 19, 2014 - SKY NITE
Parish Center
6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Come to play the “Where is He?” game. Walking tacos
for dinner.
DEADLINE to register for Fall Retreat. Send in your registration fee and permission form to Deacon Bob, Saint
Kilian Parish, 7076 Franklin Road, Cranberry Twp PA
16066 or bring to our SKY Nite.
October 21, 2014 - Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity
Join people all over the nation and give up your voice for
a day in solidarity for all the children who have had NO
VOICE. Since 1973, over 50,000,000 babies have had
their voices silenced by abortion. During the silence,
remember to pray for the babies and all those affected
by abortion.
October 25, 2014 - Make A Difference Day
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
We need volunteers to do yard work or help prepare a
meal. We will be serving families in our local community.
You can sign up for all day or half day. Service hours
will be given. Deadline to register is October 22nd.
COME MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
November 21-23, 2014 - Fall Retreat
Friday evening to Sunday afternoon “Jesus: The Myth,
The Man, The Legacy.” Inspiring speakers and great live
music. The retreat will be held at Camp Allegheny,
Ellwood City. Cost: $110 - check made out to Saint
Kilian Parish. Lodging and all meals included. Scholarships are available. Contact Deacon Bob or Tina. Come
to celebrate with hundreds of teens! DEADLINE TO
REGISTER IS OCTOBER 19TH
To join our group, please send Deacon Bob a registration form.
Forms and information on our events are on the parish website under Youth Ministry SKY (9-12) and on our Facebook Page
SCISSORS & LEADERS: The fleece project requires lots of
cutting before we can make the ties…I need 7 /8 grade volunteers to help with this. If you are willing to help lead, email Jo!
ALSO, we could use extra fabric scissors, it helps speed up
the work! Please let me know if we can borrow yours (make
sure they are labeled so I can return them to you).
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Our NEXT Jr. SKY is our Winter Warmth Project on Saturday,
Oct 25th from 6:30-8:30 pm at CWNC cafeteria (dinner included). We are following in the footsteps of ONE motivated youth
who started a whole movement right here in Pittsburgh! YOU
too can help make a difference, it’s easy! We have two projects
planned for our Oct 25th meeting. All items can be dropped off
beforehand at the Saint Kilian front desk, ATTN: Jo Scheller
OR bring it with you to Jr. SKY.
COAT COLLECTION: Ask friends and family to clean out their
closets for gently used winter items. White socks (new) also
needed. This is also a parish-wide collection! At Jr. SKY we
will organize all by sizes and attach blessings/scripture for a bit
of spiritual warmth as well.
FLEECE BLANKETS: This is one of the clear favorites for
service projects! YOU are to work for,
earn and purchase between 1 yard to 2 ¼
yards of fleece. Get a cool design, whichever you like! We will partner you up with
another youth/fabric and as a group you
will make the tie fleece blankets to give
away. These are so BEAUTIFUL due to your creativity and
work, and much appreciated. Larger blankets will go to the
homeless, lap blankets will go to our seniors and/or homebound.
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YUMMY BAKERS WANTED! The treat table this past Jr.
SKY was AMAZING! The kids loved it, and I
heard some of the youth baked the goodies
themselves, thank you! Any leftovers were
frozen for our next meeting. Love to bake?
Email Jo to bring your yummy treats to our
next meeting on Oct 25th. YUM!
HALLOWEEN CANDY COLLECTION:
We
WEALTHY with candy after Oct 31st! Let’s
share some of it! Candy collected will be given
for Operation Gratitude (candy is sent to our
Troops overseas) or to our Food Pantry who
uses the candy as treats for those they serve.
Please drop off candy by Wednesday, November 5 at the front desk of the Parish Center,
Attention: Jo Scheller.
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MINISTRY CLEARANCES are a must for all adult volunteers
over the age of 18. Please go to http://www.saintkilian.org/
help_clearances.htm for more information. The class that is
required as part of this process, “Protecting God’s Children”
will be held onsite on Thursday, Oct 23rd from 6:30-9:00 pm in
the cafeteria. You must register for this class; email Deacon
Ralph at [email protected] to sign up.
FINANCIAL INFORMATION
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TO BUILD A CHURCH, A CHURCH ALIVE
Realizes $7,332,304 of $10,000,000 needed
We as a parish have both a tremendous opportunity with this campaign and a significant
challenge. But as clearly proven, with faith in God and hard work by all of us, everything
is possible.
Thanks to the tremendous work of our volunteers, generosity of our parishioners and deep
commitment to our faith, we have accomplished much. Working together as one, Saint
Kilian’s has almost reached our goal of $10,000,000 because the need is true, our faith is
strong, and our generosity is well proven.
We are continuing to contact those who have not yet provided a response to the appeal.
Please watch future bulletins for updates and information.
Financial Report – October 12, 2014
Parish Share 2014 Report
Amount
Regular Offertory ( Envelopes)
Regular Offertory Not in Envelopes
Children's Envelopes
Total (Including Faith Direct)
$40,848.00
$2,476.50
$296.25
$43,620.75
Amount
Donations Through October 5, 2104
Contributed on October 12, 2104
$332,547.69
$15,671.49
Total (Including Faith Direct)
$348,219.18
2014 Diocesan Assigned Goal
$145,369.00
Surplus (Thank You!)
$202,850.18
Total in Attendance October 12th Weekend: 3,195
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We welcome into our parish family
this infant who was recently Baptized:
Patrick James Mahan
son of Michelle and Kevin Mahan
REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS
Please pray for the following friends and family of
Saint Kilian parishioners who are currently serving
in the military:
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP: If you have experienced the death of a loved one, Saint Kilian Parish
invites you to be part of a program that offers support,
conversation, and comfort. While the thirteen-week
program began on August 27th you may join the group
at any time. GriefShare meets Wednesday evenings
from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm in Conference Room B of the
Parish Center. Our ninth session on October 22nd
is Stuck. This session looks at common misconceptions that hinder healing and how to prevent getting
stuck in grief. Contact Deacon Ralph Bachner at 724625-1665 x2103 or [email protected] to register
or for more information.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Eph 2:1-10; Ps 100:1b-5; Lk 12:13-21
Tuesday:
Eph 2:12-22; Ps 85:9ab-14;
Lk 12:35-38
Wednesday:
Eph 3:2-12; Is 12:2-3, 4bcd-6;
Lk 12:39-48
Thursday:
Eph 3:14-21; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 11-12,
18-19; Lk 12:49-53
Friday:
Eph 4:1-6; Ps 24:1-4ab, 5-6;
Lk 12:54-59
Saturday:
Eph 4:7-16; Ps 122:1-5; Lk 13:1-9
Sunday:
Ex 22:20-26; Ps 18:2-4, 47, 51;
1 Thes 1:5c-10; Mt 22:34-40
John N. Dvorak
Mary D. Dvorak
Dominic Greco
Andrew Guevara
Alan Gundloch
Danielle Steed Gundloch
LCpl. Dakota Harbison
Lt. Ben Harper
Will Hospodor
Christopher Iole
Dale Mahafkey
Shawn Palmer
TJ Palmer
David Smeigh
Vincent Steed
Daniel Topf
Marriage Ministry Corner
Marriage Tip of the Week:
“Not only do I love my son’s mother, I exalt her as a
queen.” (Rosario Slack) Do your children hear how much
you esteem your spouse? This works for both husbands and
wives.
For
daily
marriage
tips,
visit
www.foryourmarriage.org, an initiative of the United States
Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Marriage Encounter The best gift parents can give their children is a happy marriage. Your marriage teaches your children what marriage is. Is your marriage as happy and lifegiving to you and your children as it can be? Want to know
more about becoming the loving couple you so deeply desire
from your marriage? Upcoming weekends are Nov 14-16 in
Bolivar, PA , Jan 23-25 in Portage, PA, Feb 27-Mar 1 in
State College, PA. Reservations are limited, register early!
http://www.yourmarriageisworthit.org/ for info or to register.
Christian Family Movement: Our parish has a number of
small faith sharing communities that meet monthly to promote Christ-centered marriage and family life. Groups are
geared to life-stage such as a group with young children,
teens, empty nesters, etc. More information can be found at
www.cfm.org or call Lori and Gerry Crowley at (724) 8163951 or e-mail [email protected]
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION
The focus of Physical Education at Saint Kilian Parish School is to provide the students with skills and knowledge they need
to maintain health for the rest of their lives. Physical Education extends far beyond just being active, rather it provides an
understanding of how activity affects the body and mind and spirit. In Physical Education at Saint Kilian’s the students are
presented with many different skills, some are new and some are familiar. Mastery of the skills is assessed on how well they
followed the critical elements of each skill. For example: it is not how many baskets you make but how you shoot the ball.
The students are learning to set personal goals, make intelligent choices, act with personal integrity, work in groups, follow
directions, expand their range of skills, and acknowledge that God is at the center of all their gifts and talents.
Students in grades K thru 2 are diligently working on their loco-motor skills beginning with skipping and hopping and ending
up in 2nd grade with “Karaoke”. The classes are exploring their environment with varying levels of difficulty. They are using
different height levels, speeds and balancing techniques. They are also beginning to move into small group games with rules.
Grades 3-8 have all begun to take interest in their level of fitness. They have been working hard all quarter so far taking fitness pre-tests which they will be training at home and retesting their progress throughout the year. Time has been allotted in
class to develop the 5 components of fitness and many of the activities have been centered to those 5 components to help
make fitness fun. All grades are utilizing small and large group activities to build their fine and gross motor coordination,
spatial awareness, rule following, sportsmanship and decision making skills.
The students of the middle school 6-8 have also been using their creativity and teamwork skills to create a “Frontier Game”.
Where they are to pretend they are kids on a wagon train moving west and they must create a game using only items that they
could find in their wagon. The students are split into small groups. Each group is given 5 of the same items which would be
found in any family’s wagon. They each have some unique items that they must incorporate into the game which will help
make the activity unique from the other groups. Groups will teach other groups how to play the games and the rules associated with them and we will have a day where each group will play each game.
SAINT KILIAN SPORTS THIS WEEK
SOCCER AT HOME
Good Luck
Celtics cross country
In the Playoffs!
CROSS COUNTRY
Saturday, October 18th
10:00 am
Friday, October 17th
5:00 pm 4th Grade
5x5 Tournament Invitational
Saturday, October 18th
1:00 pm 4th Grade (Paschal) vs. Aquinas Academy
2:15 pm 4th Grade (Esser) vs. Saint Alphonsus Flames
Sunday, October 26th
2:15 pm 2nd Grade (White) vs. Holy Sepulcher
Diocesan Championships at Cooper’s Lake
Good Luck
Ironmen Football
In the Playoffs!
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL AT HOME
Saturday, October 18th
8:00 am Saint Kilian Hosting Volleyball Tournament
Sunday, October 19th
TBD
Saint Kilian Hosting 1st Round of Playoffs
Sunday, October 19th
1:00 p.m.
Developmental vs. St. Louise de Marillac
Upper St. Clair
@
2:00 p.m.
JV vs. Louise de Marillac
Upper St. Clair
@
3:30 p.m.
Varsity vs. Northern Catholic
North Allegheny
@
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724-443-1575
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1658 Rt. 228 • Cranberry Twp., PA 16066
Phone: (724) 772-7474
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[email protected]
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490900 St Kilian Church (C)
Rt. 8 - Gibsonia
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524 Northpointe Circle • Seven Fields
724-591-5776 (Next to Siba Restaurant)
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“Specializing in Individual
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Affordable - Experienced
• Sole Proprietorships
BOARD CERTIFIED COLON & RECTAL SURGEON
105 Brandt Drive, Suite 202 • Cranberry Twp • 724-741-6020
2009 - 2014
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an Official
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of AOS-USA
860.399.1785
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(724) 776-1610
Rowan Rd. Cranberry Twp., PA
Johnny McClymonds, Parishioner
10% Off w/ this ad
(724) 776-2886
Serving Butler County Dental Needs Since 1964
John S. Pawlowicz, DDS, FAGD
John E. Pawlowicz, DMD, AGD - Parishioner
Jason J. Pawlowicz, DMD, AGD - Parishioner
Countertops
Marble, Granite, Soapstone, Quartz
Cabinets
Interior Design
Color Consultations
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PARISHIONER
Carol J. Cantando Tutoring
Specializing in Elementary
Reading and Math
[email protected]
H# 724-591-8275 C# 925-787-5524
516 Hansen Ave Lyndora, PA 16045
Telephone • 724•287•4000
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A Secured Alzheimer’s/Dementia Facility
Specializing in Personal Care for the Memory Impaired
500 Seven Fields Blvd., Mars, PA (724) 779-5020
Employment Opportunities Available
Michael D. Funovits
President
Roofing Systems & Services
HIC #PA025958
• Commercial
• Residential
• Architectural
Sheet Metal
• Institutional
P. O. Box 662
Valencia, PA 16059
(p) 724.903.0020
(c) 866-245-2759
(f) 724.903.0031
(email) [email protected]
www.pennro.com
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724-776-5151
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1325 Freedom Road
1-800-770-8260
www.callos.com
Next to Sheetz
architecture
Manufacturing & General Labor Positions!
Leaders in Staffing Industry since 1965
Let Us Put You to Work! 1-800-770-8260
Long Term & Short Term Positions
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For your home, auto, & business insurance
We find insurance that fits your needs.
Gretchen Howard Pass, Parishioner
Get a quote online at:
www.howardinsurance.com
490900 St Kilian Church (B)
Joseph A. Terravecchia, O.D.
724-553-5555
(Butler) 724.283.8181
6501 Mars Rd., Cranberry Twp, PA 16066
(Seven Fields) 724.772.8180
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planning
interior design
Corporate & Insitutional Clients please contact:
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Principal Architect
phone: 412-281-1337
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Funeral Home, Inc.
A TRUSTED NAME IN FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 1912
238 CROWE AVENUE • MARS, PA 16046
724-625-2900 • www.McDonald-Aeberli.com
John C. Hanovick
Supervisor & Parishioner
Lawrence S. Han, DPM
100 Perry Hwy., Suite 109
Harmony, PA 16037
Phone: 724-473-8080
Fax: 724-473-8072
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201 Grand Avenue • Mars
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412-324-1121
(724) 553-5706
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1667 Route 228
Cranberry Twp, PA 16066
Bus: 724-625-3588
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BRICK OVEN
Perry Hwy., Warrendale, PA
800 Cranberry Woods Drive, Suite 100
Cranberry Township, PA 16066
724-776-6644
Dine In, Take Out,
Delivery and Catering
(We deliver up to a 5 mile radius)
www.dmkcg.com
Pizzas...Salads...Pastas...
DR. R. PATRICK FRANCIS, AuD
Homemade Desserts...
Board Certified Audiologist
Open 7 Days a Week Lunch & Dinner
“Faith comes by hearing” ROMANS 10:17
Let Aviva cater
your next social
or business event
724.933.3440 www.FrancisAudiology.com
Leonard P. Crawford
Heating and Air Conditioning
Sales & Service
• Tool & Equipment Rentals
• Decorative Concrete Products
Contact us for details
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WWW.AVIVABRICKOVEN.COM
• Stihl Power Equipment
724-799-8849
Route 228, Cranberry Twp. 16066
soon, an expanded
724-776-1450
www.ssctools.com Coming
dining area and lounge
Our Newest Beautiful Location
(724) 898-2121
Parishioner
MARK B. DEVLIN,
Supervisor
2678 Rochester Road • Cranberry Township, PA
Cranberry / North Hills
www.devlinfuneralhome.com
Edward R. Robison D.D.S.
- General Dentistry -
Alex Audia Agent
7031 Crider Road, Suite 125, Mars, PA 16046
Bus 724-625-6300
Fax 724-625-6307
Providing Insurance and Financial Services
PROFESSIONAL LANDSCAPE
SERVICE INC.
Cranberry Professional Park
Bldg. 101, Rt. 19 at Rochester
(724) 776-4250
Toys ◆ Trains ◆ Planes
Trucks ◆ & Much More
Serving Our Green and Living World
Mulch & Gravel Sales, Landscaping
1232 Mars - Evans City Rd., Mars
Parishioner
(724) 538-0567
724-772-8800
1713 Route 228 ◆ Cranberry Commons Drive ◆ Near Target & Lowe’s
www.HobbyExpressInc.com (724) 779-2000
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Replacement Windows
Electrical • Remodeling • Solar Energy • LED Lighting • Garage Doors
Entry Doors — Storm Doors
FREE ESTIMATES
724-452-7644 • www.DiltsLLC.com
490900 St Kilian Church (A)
www.jspaluch.com
Insulated Glass — Screens
Tom Jones
412-821-4322
100 Evergreen Ave., Pittsburgh
WWW.PGHWINDOWDOOR.COM
Michael Hetzler
724-452-5900
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