4824 Camden Avenue, Pennsauken, NJ 08110 Phone: (856) 662-2721 Fax: (856) 486-2089
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UPCOMING LENTEN SERVICES:
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Stations of the Cross
Wednesday - Via Crucis (Spanish) - 7:00pm
Friday - (English) - 1:30pm & 7:00pm
Mark Forrest "Night of Prayer" - Saturday, March 24th at 7:45 PM
You are invited to an evening of spiritual reflection with Irish tenor Mark Forrest. The "Come Walk With Me" evening is a time for us to reflect on our personal relationship with Jesus Christ. During the evening, the Blessed
Sacrament will be exposed, and Irish tenor Mark Forrest will take you through an evening of music reflection and healing. Consider taking an hour with the Lord as he invites you to a closer walk with him.
IRISH NIGHT 2018
Saturday, March 3rd, 7:00pm - 11:00pm
Parish Hall, 48th St. & Camden Ave.
Cost: $30.00 per person ($35.00 at the door)
Great Music, Appetizers, Full Buffet, Beer/BYOB
Music by: Ballina
Tickets now on Sale - Reservations are
available now. For tickets, reservations or more
information call 662-7422, 662-9451, 662-5927
or the Rectory at 662-2721.
SOUP MAKERS FOR THE HOMELESS - February 24, 2018
The Soup Makers for the Homeless Ministry is planning to again invite our parish to come together to prepare chicken vegetable soup for Joseph's House of Camden. Year around they provide a simple evening meal to 80+ homeless men and women, along with a warm, safe place to stay. During the day on Saturday, February 24th from 8:00pm to 10:30pm, some adult parishioners will travel together to serve the soup to the homeless at Joseph House. There will be sign-up sheets in the back of church following each Mass the weekend of February 3rd and February 17th. Please save this date and consider joining in this very worthy Lenten activity. If you have any questions please contact Maryanne Hanger at 609-560-4437 or 856-541-6225.
I invite all parishioners to consider being involved in one of the liturgical ministries during our masses. We are in need of Lectors and Eucharistic
Ministers. Please consider being more involved in our Eucharistic celebrations.
If you would like more information please contact Father Ed at the Rectory.
"Brothers and sisters: I should like you to be free of anxieties." - CORINTHIANS 7:32
How much anxiety do we bring upon ourselves by constantly worrying about not having enough or attaining more things? God won't necessarily give you
everything you want, but He will provide everything you need. Try this - use the Stewardship word "pray" instead of the word "worry" in the future.
Religious Education registration forms are at the Parish House from 9:00am to 4:00pm during the week or by calling the Religious Education Office at 661-9489.
FISHES & LOAVES FOOD PANTRY
As the cold weather takes hold our food pantry could use donations of canned soup, stews, hot chocolate, instant oatmeal and also jelly. We accept all non-perishable items and donations can be left in the pantry box at the church
NEED SACRAMENTS OR INTERESTED IN THE CATHOLIC FAITH?
Perhaps you have been coming to Mass with a relative or friend and have considered becoming Catholic. Perhaps you did not receive all of your Sacraments as a child in the normal course. Perhaps you know someone like this that is spiritually searching? We have just the right program for you! It is called the Rite of Christian for Adults (R.C.I.A.).
Any adult can investigate and proceed to prepare for the reception of the Sacraments in the Catholic Church in a personal and relaxed manner through this program. Please call the rectory for more information.
INCREASED CONFESSION HOURS
Confessions in both English and Spanish are offered Saturdays, after the 4:30pm Mass until the 6:30pm Mass and again after the 6:30pm. Confessions are also offered in English as usual from 3:30pm until 4:30pm Mass.