Church of Saint Philip Neri
Pennsburg, PA 18073
July 25, 2010
Rev. Robert A. Roncase, Pastor
Deacon Michael J. Franks, Permanent Deacon
Rev. Edmond J. Speitel, Pastor Emeritus
Rev. John J. Scarcia, Retired Pastor
Rev. Raymond W. Smart, Retired, Resident
Shirley Misiak, Office Manager
Mark J. Meinzer, Business Manager
Catherine E. Faust, Director of Music
Patricia A. Schleeweiss, School Principal
Jeffrey W. Daley, Director of Religious Education
Colleen Daley, Parish Youth Minister
Sister Patricia Kelly, M.S.B.T., Parish Outreach
Rectory Phone 215.679.9275
Rectory Fax 215.679.0386
School Phone 215.679.7481
Religious Education Phone 215.541.3120
Religious Education Fax 215.541.1398
Parish Social Hall Phone 215.679.8116
Parish Outreach Phone 215.679.2282
Neri Center Phone 215-679-6490
Church & Rectory Address:
1325 Klinerd Road
Pennsburg, PA 18073
Hours: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website Address: www.spnparish.org
6th & Washington Streets
East Greenville, PA 18041
Hours: 8:00 AM – 2:30 PM
Website Address: www.spnelementary.com
Religious Education Center Address
565 Main Street
East Greenville, PA 18041
Hours: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Neri Center Address
6th & Washington Streets
East Greenville, PA 18041
ROSARY: Prayed in the Chapel
Every Saturday after the 8:00 AM Mass
Every 2nd Monday at 1:00 PM
SCHEDULE OF MASSES
Saturday – Vigil Mass – 5:00 PM
Sunday – 7:30, 9:30, 11:00 AM
Weekdays – In the Chapel
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,
Friday & Saturday – 8:00 AM
Wednesday – 7:00 PM
8:00 AM, 9:30 AM, 7:30 PM
Eve of Holy Days –5:00 PM
CHAPEL OPEN FOR VISITS
The Chapel will be opened Monday thru Saturday
until 7:00 pm for your visits to the Blessed Sacrament.
Saturdays: 4:00 – 4:45 PM
Eve of Holy Days: 4:15 – 4:45 PM
Celebrated the 2nd & 3rd Sundays of each month.
Please call the Rectory to schedule.
2nd Sunday Baptisms are held at the
11:00 AM Mass
3rd Sunday Baptisms are held at 12:30 PM
1st Monday of every month at 7:00 PM in the
Rectory meeting room.
Arrangements should be made at least SIX
MONTHS before the date of the wedding.
Welcome to your new home! Please stop by the rectory between 9:00 am - 3:00 pm to fill out a registration card. We are happy to have you in our parish and want to get to know you.
Please call the Parish Outreach Office.
SACRAMENT OF THE ANOINTING
Please call the Rectory.
Every 1st Friday from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM in the
church, followed by Benediction.
If you wish to have a floral arrangement placed in front of the altar, please call the rectory.
OUR PARISH MISSION STATEMENT
WE ARE THE CATHOLIC PARISH COMMUNITY OF ST. PHILIP NERI, ANSWERING CHRIST’S CALL TO DISCIPLESHIP THROUGH WORD, SACRAMENT AND SERVICE.
WE PROCLAIM GOD’S HOPE AND LOVE TO ALL.
FROM THE PARISH OUTREACH DESK OF:
SISTER PATRICIA KELLY, M.S.B.T.
The Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church by the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace tells us that the lay faithful are called to a variety of services: Service to the Human Person, Service to Culture, Service to the Economy, and Service in Politics. This last one will be done in two parts.
Service in Politics (Part I):
For the lay faithful, political involvement is a worthy and demanding expression of the Christian Commitment of Service to others. The pursuit of the common good.
- in a spirit of service
- the development of justice……
- respect for the autonomy of earthly realities.
- the principle of subsidiarity
- “promotion of dialogue and peace in the context of solidarity
These are the criteria that must inspire the Christian Laity in their political activity. All believers…..are obligated to respect these guiding principles.
The tasks accompanying the responsibilities in social and political institutions demand a strict and articulated commitment that is able to demonstrate clearly the absolute necessity of the moral dimension in social and political life, through thoughtful contributions to the political debate, planning, and the chosen actions.
Inadequate attention to the moral dimension leads to the dehumanization of life in society and of social and political institutions…..Living and acting in conformity with one’s own conscience on questions of politics…..is the way in which Christians offer their concrete contribution so that, through political life, society will become more just and more consistent with the dignity of the human person.
In the context of the laity’s political commitment, particular attention must be given to preparing believers to exercise the power that will be theirs, especially when they are entrusted with such duties by their fellow citizens in accordance with democratic rules. They must show appreciation for the democratic system in as much that it ensures the participation of citizens in making political choices guarantees to the governed the possibility, both of electing and holding accountable, those who govern them, and replacing them by peaceful means when appropriate.
They must also reject all secret organizations that seek to influence or subvert the functioning of legitimate institutions…..Those who experience political authority must see to it that the energies of all citizens are directed towards the common good; and they are to do so, not in an authoritarian style, but by making use of moral power sustained in freedom.
Serving at Mass July 25
Extraordinary Ministers Lectors
5:00 pm – Lisa Edleman Pete Frank
Michael Edleman Ed Tryon
7:30 am – Lori Brozena Theresa Gilmore
Dina Corrado John Gilmore
9:30 am – Mary Ellen Paulk Eileen Koch
Rose Anderson Joe Cassarella
11:00 am – Maryanne Charlton Eileen Davis
Kevin Charlton D. Tarantino
Serving at Mass August 1
Extraordinary Ministers Lectors
5:00 pm – Marci Jaman Larry Concio
Lee Johnson Pete Frank
7:30 am - Michael Duka Michael Lynch
Mary R. Giambrone Mark Meinzer
9:30 am – Mary Souder Ed Tryon
Alicia Tryon Matt Horvath
11:00 am – Jeanne Hermley Luke Verna
Bob Hermley Sue DiMarco
SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
July 25, 2010
Monday, July 26, Saint Joachim & Saint Anne,
Parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary
8:00 am – Dorothy Goodfellow,
(Friendly Visitors Group of SPN)
Tuesday, July 27
8:00 am – John Dykie, (Bruce & Jean Gerhart)
Wednesday, July 28
7:00 pm – Special Intention for Eileen Sunderland
Thursday, July 29, Saint Martha
8:00 am – For Souls in Purgatory
Friday, July 30, Saint Peter Chrysologus
8:00 am – William Engle, (Mann-Slonaker Funeral Home)
Saturday, July 31, Saint Ignatius of Loyola
8:00 am – Anthony Bogdon, (Tony & Barbara Parestis)
5:00 pm – Anna Mae Malasky,
(Clark & Barbara Robinson)
EIGHTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
August 1, 2010
Sunday, August 1
7:30 am – John Heveran, (The Heveran Family)
9:30 am – John Dykie, (Stan & Betty Mikanowicz)
11:00 am – For the living & deceased members
of the Parish.
The Red Rose placed on the Sacred Heart Altar is in memory of Dennis M. Krause, requested by His parents.
WE INVITE YOUR PRAYERS
For the sick, those in hospitals, nursing homes, and also for their caregivers.
Please pray in particular for:
Rev. John J. Scarcia, Robert Rukstalis, Frances Cannon, Ethel Buck, Gary Lester Keller, Baby Lucy Littlefield, Charlotte Azarovich, George Bradford, Rick DeStefano, Tommy Slattery, Baby Olivia Enriquez, Adam Canigiani, Jr., Jo Maturo, Elsie Connelly, Theresa Homan, Colleen McMillar, Anthony Bonanno, David Campbell, Grace Guckin, Tony Interrante, Steven Gebhardt, John Culbertson, (Father of Ellen Abramo), Evelyn Dixon Mildred Moyer, Helga Camasso, Tom Brogan, Stephanie Dykie, Keith Hotz, Lily Morgitan, John Brazuk, Paul Fronheiser, Irene Maggs, Pat Scheerbaum, Mary Blaszczyk, Thomas Zappala, Peter Szczybek & Lori DiMarco.
For those who have died, and in particular for Beverly Latshaw & Theresa Dellaquilla, grant them eternal rest and peace.
Please note: Brown paper bags are needed for Bingo. If you have any to spare, please drop them off at the Social Hall on Tuesday’s or Thursday’s between 8:30 am & 12:00 pm.
Bingo: July 15 – 73 players
Games: $ 468.00
Total: $ 526.00
BAKED GOODS NEEDED
Baked goods are needed for our weekly Bingo and monthly Breakfast. Soups are also needed for weekly Bingo.
If anyone is interested in donating baked goods or soups, please call Rita at: 215-679-7009.
JULY & AUGUST:
THIS WEEK AT A GLANCE
Pre-Jordan – Baptismal Class – Monday, August 2nd – Rectory – 7:00 pm
Charismatic Prayer Group – Monday, August 2nd – Chapel – 7:00 pm
Choir & Cantor Practice – Tuesday, August 3rd – Church – 6:00 pm
Garden Club – Tuesday, August 3rd – Church Grounds – 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
SPN Craft Guild – Tuesday, August 3rd – Gym Meeting Room – 1:00 pm
FREE DAY – NO ACTIVITIES PLANNED – Wednesday, August 4th
Bingo – Thursday, August 5th – Gym – 6:30 pm
First Friday Mass – Friday, August 6th – Church – 9:00 am; Adoration in Church – 10 am – 7 pm
SPN Quilting – Friday, August 6th – Gym Meeting Room – 1:00 pm
Energy Committee Meeting – Saturday, August 7th – Social Hall Meeting Room – 10:00 am
Knights of Columbus Meeting – Sunday, August 8th – Rectory – 7:30 pm
Men’s 30 & Over Basketball – Sunday, August 8th – Gym – 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Don’t miss out on a great opportunity to provide your son or daughter with a Catholic School education at St. Philip Neri School!
Our school provides a safe, nurturing value-centered learning environment for students in Preschool through Eighth Grade. If you forgot to register your child/children, now is the time to do so as we need to prepare for the upcoming 2010-11 school year! Please call the school office at: 215.679.7481 if you need a School Registration Form or for any inquiries you may have. School begins on Tuesday, September 7th for Grades 1 to 8, September 10th for Kindergarten, September 13th for Pre K-4s, and September 14th for Pre K-3’s.
Please check our website: www.spnelementary.com for any information about the upcoming school year.
RCIA: We will resume our parish RCIA process in September. Anyone who wishes to join the Catholic Church or learn more about the Catholic faith is invited to join us on Thursday evenings. If you would like further information please call the rectory and leave your name and phone number. Deacon Mike Franks will contact you. Watch the bulletin for more information in the coming weeks.
PARISH COUNSELING AVAILABLE
Confidential, professional counseling can be provided through our Parish Outreach Office.
The types/kinds of counseling that can be done are: Relationship Counseling; Marriage Counseling; Situational Counseling; and Project Rachel Counseling (for women who have had an abortion).
Call for an appointment: 215-679-2282. If no answer, leave your first name and number. Say the number, twice.
SAINT PHILIP NERI ROSARY PRAYER GROUP
Our Lady of the Rosary Prayer Group at St. Philip Neri, will now meet every Monday at 1:00 pm in the Chapel. If there are any questions, please call Kathy Kulp at: 267.923.5173.
PARISH LIBRARY -
BOOK SEASON HAS ARRIVED!!
The St Philip Neri bookcases are being filled. We are looking for gently used or new books. They must be pertaining to our Catholic faith. We are looking for CD's or DVD's as well, movies or music. We can use the large print editions, too. Please drop off your books at the rectory during business hours. If you don't have any books to donate please consider a contribution to be made "In Memory Of" and we will purchase the requested book and place a memorial marker inside of it.
SAINT PHILIP NERI CRAFT GUILD
The St. Philip Neri Craft Guild will not meet in July; the next Meeting will be Tuesday, August 3rd – 1:00 pm.
GARDEN CLUB – HELP NEEDED
Our Garden Club of St. Philip Neri Church needs your help to maintain the Church grounds, Flower Beds, watering, weeding, etc.
The Garden Club meets every Tuesday evening from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm on the Church grounds; BUT, you are most welcome to come over any day of the week and a time that best meets your schedule. Any questions, please call Lee Johnson: 679-6309.
PARISH OUTREACH OFFICE
During the week of July 26th, if you have a H.O.P.E. need, please call Joan Devlin: 679.0114.
This is for the week of July 26th only.
Note: Don’t forget about the Mother’s Market that is being held on Saturday, September 11th from 8:00 am until 2:00 pm. See the announcement in today’s Bulletin.
ELIZABETH MINISTRY UPDATE
Are you pregnant and getting close to delivery? Or the parent of a newborn or toddler(s)? Are you overjoyed, exasperated, blessed, exhausted, lonely, or in need of solitude all in one day? Are you a mom looking for camaraderie, a friendly ear to listen, or another mom to laugh with? We are here for you. The Elizabeth Ministry is a community of women and mothers who have experienced many of the same joys and challenges you are facing and we want to support each other by being a willing listeners and extending our empathy. Just call me, LaRue Emmell at 215-679-3086 or send an email to email@example.com and I will pair you up with another mom who has gone through the same thing. Or, better yet, come to the Mom-to-Mom Connection to “meet and greet” other young moms and socialize for a couple of hours. We will be getting together on Sunday afternoon, August 29, 2010 from 12:00 to 2:00 PM in the Social Hall meeting room to talk about some of the challenges of motherhood.
Do you know about the Gospel of Matthew?
The Parish Bible Study group invites you to join in for the 2nd part of a 24 week-study of Matthew’s writings. The program has been broken into three (3) eight (8) week sessions. Study materials will be available. It won’t be hard to catch up if you would like to join us.
Each week we will watch a video on a specific lesson, discuss the portions of Matthew’s Gospel that apply. Through the discussion we will have a better understanding of what Matthew’s message means to us. This study is part of The Great Adventure series.
There are morning and evening sessions – Wednesday evenings or Friday mornings.
First evening class is Wednesday, August 11th at 7:00 pm and the first morning class is Friday, August 13th at 9:00 am. All sessions are in the Library/conference room in the Rectory.
The cost for study materials is $35.00. Checks should be made payable to St. Philip Neri Church. For those who are first time members of Bible Study, please register before August 1 2010.
To register, contact Joan Lampart, 215-529-5686 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (please put Bible Study on subject line).
CASINO TRIP – UPDATE
The departure time for the Casino Trip on Saturday, July 31st has been changed. Due to the Saturday morning shore traffic, everyone needs to be at the SPN parking lot for 9:30 am.
CEMETERY MEMORIAL TREES
Memorial Trees are available for purchase to be planted throughout our Parish Cemetery “Holy Cross”. The cost is $425; this covers the price of the tree, its planting and the Memorial Plaque.
Shade and Evergreen Trees will be planted throughout the cemetery where space is available. To purchase a Memorial Tree, please call the rectory.
The priests of tomorrow are in our midst.
They are members of this parish.
They are members of our own families.
Encourage Vocations, pray for the gift.
FROM THE OFFICE FOR COMMUNICATIONS
Bookmark the website of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia at: www.archphila.org and visit it everyday.
CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES
You can change the future – by becoming a Foster Parent!
Foster families provide temporary homes to children of all ages, races, and religions whose families are in crisis.
The love, service and example of Catholic Social Services foster parents have a lasting and positive effect on the children whose lives they touch.
For information on how you can become a foster parent, please call 215-587-3960!
For Survivors of Clergy Sexual Abuse
A NEW SUPPORT GROUP
Facilitated by: Network of Victim Assistance of Bucks County (NOVA). Call if you are looking for a safe place to talk with others. Adult men and women, who were sexually abused as children by Clergy, regardless of where the abuse occurred, are invited to attend. There is no fee for the group. Funding is provided through the Victim Assistance Program of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
For more information or to enroll, please call NOVA directly at: 1.800.675.6900.
DO YOU KNOW YOUR TRIBUNAL?
The Tribunal is a group of specially qualified priests, sisters, and lay persons whose responsibility is to come to the help of people who have experienced divorce.
When a divorce occurs, the Catholic Church always seeks to balance two realities. One is the unbreakableness of the bond of marriage. This is God’s law. It cannot be broken by human intervention. On the other hand, the Church is concerned about the spiritual welfare of the people involved. Was this a true marriage? Even though a Catholic marriage was celebrated, was there perhaps some weakness in the consent of the parties involved? The annulment procedure addresses this problem without affixing blame on either party. If you are divorced or married outside the Catholic Church, please telephone the Tribunal Office. Have no fear. All interviews are private.
Please write or call:
222 N. 17th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
SAINT MARY SCHOOL ALUMNI
St. Mary School in Schwenksville is looking for its Alumni. St. Mary School opened in the fall of 1961 and is now approaching its Fiftieth Year Anniversary.
In honor of this milestone, we are compiling a St. Mary School Alumni database.
If you or someone you know attended St. Mary School and would like to be included in this database, please send your name, address, phone number and email contact information to email@example.com or call 610 287-8156 with
Retrouvaille is a Catholic based program to help marriages that are stressed or in trouble. Retrouvaille has helped countless married couples in all stages of disillusionment or misery in their marriage.
Retrouvaille can help your marriage too. The next program will be at St. Joseph in the Hills – Malvern Retreat Center, on August 13, 14 & 15. All calls are confidential.
For more information, please call 800-470-2230, 215-766-3944, or visit our website: www.HelpOurMarriage.com.
The Pope John Paul II High School Cheerleaders will be holding carwashes on the following dates and locations:
Saturday, July 31 from 10am-3pm @ Shell Gas
Station-Park Avenue & Ridge Pike, Lower Providence
Saturday, August 7th 10am-3pm @ Sunoco Gas Station-Ridge & Swamp Pike, Limerick
Sunday, August 15th 10am-3pm @ Shell Gas Station, Park Avenue & Ridge Pike, Lower Providence
Saturday, September 11 10am-3pm @ Sunoco Gas Station-Ridge & Swamp Pike, Limerick
Any questions, please call: Ms. Meghan Callen, Director of Admissions – Pope John Paul II High School – 610.275.8862 or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MERCY FITZGERALD HOSPITAL
PLANNING SCHOOL OF NURSING REUNION
Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital is planning a Reunion for all classes of the Thomas Fitzgerald Mercy Hospital School of Nursing on Sunday, September 19th. The hospital is collecting updated contact information for all alumnae.
Contact Director of Development Lindsay Warren at 610.237.5058 or email@example.com with your information by July 30th.
Formal invitations will be mailed shortly afterwards. RSVP date on the invitation is Friday, September 10th.
Invest just five minutes a day, and your faith will deepen and grow—a day at a time.
Sunday, July 25, 2010
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Let’s hear it for parents
In 1994 President Clinton signed a congressional resolution setting aside the fourth Sunday of July as Parents’ Day for “recognizing, uplifting, and supporting the role of parents in the rearing of children.” Embracing this day is easy for those of us who have or had loving parents, but for those of us who didn’t experience great parenting, we may find it hard to feel uplifted. Surely, however, we can all celebrate the fact that we have a perfect divine parent who has loved us unconditionally and cared for us unceasingly since before we were born.
Today’s readings: Genesis 18:20-32; Colossians 2:12-14; Luke 11:1-13
“If you then . . . know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will the heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to those who ask him!”
Monday, July 26
Feast of Joachim and Anne, parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary
A little goes a long way
A kind word can transform a day. One encouraging adult can redeem a childhood of negativity. An award can reroute a career path. Often it doesn’t take much to make a huge difference, just as a pinch of yeast can make a bowl of flour rise into loaves. Not all of us can influence world affairs—but we can each do our part to lessen fear, increase hope, demand justice, call for peace. After all, Joachim and Anne were only two people raising a little girl in an irrelevant place. Yet what they did changed human history.
Today’s readings: Jeremiah 13:1-11; Matthew 13:31-35
“The kingdom of heaven is like yeast that a woman took and mixed with . . . flour until all of it was leavened.”
Tuesday, July 27
Your thoughts are calling
Jesus never wastes words in the gospels, but we know he wants to make absolutely sure we are paying attention when he concludes his comments with “whoever has ears ought to hear.” Jesus knows that we humans have a tendency to tune in and out of our surroundings. Sometimes we are so captivated by our thoughts—last night’s conversation, an endlessly repeating song fragment, the stories we continually tell ourselves about the past and future—that although we believe we’re listening, and have every intention of listening, we aren’t really listening. Make the decision today to pay attention to your thoughts. Are you tuned in or out of your surroundings most of the time? What are you missing?
Today’s readings: Jeremiah 14:17-22; Matthew 13:36-43
“ ‘Let anyone with ears listen!’ ”
Wednesday, July 28
Hunt for a lasting treasure
Have you ever heard stories of people who spend considerable amounts of time and money in pursuit of a dream—restoring a beautiful home, starting a business or charity, doing something they truly enjoy? Those were the kinds of undertakings Jesus used in some of his parables, except he drew on the activities of his time: a person who buries a treasure in a field and then sells all he has to buy the field; a merchant who finds a fine pearl and sells all he has to buy it. As with his other parables, Jesus used “likes”—the kingdom of heaven is like treasure hidden in a field; it is like something we would give a lot to have. Think about the things you are willing to make sacrifices for. Is the kingdom of God like one of them?
Today’s readings: Jeremiah 15:10, 16-21; Matthew 13:44-46
“On finding one pearl of great value, he went and sold all that he had and bought it.”
Thursday, July 29
Feast of Martha
Remember Martha’s message of hope
Martha, Mary, and their brother Lazarus were close friends of Jesus. Martha has come down to us as the original “Type A” personality, the busy one in Luke’s gospel who has trouble sitting still when Jesus visits. But she also was a woman of great courage and faith in the face of loss. We can take inspiration from her simple, strong profession of faith in the gospel. Even in the face of her great grief at having lost her brother, she was unshaken in her faith that Jesus was the “resurrection and the life.” When a death leaves us feeling devastated, Martha’s witness can bring us strength and hope.
Today’s readings: Jeremiah 18:1-6;
John 11:19-27 or Luke 10:38-42
“I have come to believe that you are the Christ, the Son of God.”
Friday, July 30
Not exactly what they had in mind
When the prophet Jeremiah stood up to speak in the Temple, he attracted a crowd. And when Jesus taught in the synagogue of Nazareth, the people were amazed—at first. In both cases, however, things turned hostile pretty fast. Those around Jesus could not believe one of their own could speak and act with such authority. For Jeremiah it got even worse: His audience wanted to kill him. The message of faith may not always be what we want to hear, but we are called, nonetheless, to listen and follow God’s word in all its forms.
Today’s readings: Jeremiah 26:1-9;
“Where did this man get this wisdom and these deeds of power?”
Saturday, July 31
Feast of Ignatius of Loyola, priest
The priceless gift of yourself
“Teach us to give and not to count the cost.” These words of Saint Ignatius Loyola summarize the call of the gospel to give of ourselves entirely to God and to living the gospel. That doesn’t mean we should all choose religious life or become martyrs—though some of us will be called to those vocations. To give ourselves entirely to living the gospel is to be mindful that each moment gives glory to God. Wonder how to do that? Think about parents of young children. They are excellent models of living Ignatius’ words. Children are always pulling on their parents’ shirttails, needing help as they grow in love and understanding. Parents constantly give—and give again and again—not counting the cost. May all of us do the same.
Today’s readings: Jeremiah 26:11-16, 24; Matthew 14:1-12
“For in truth the Lord sent me to you to speak all these words in your ears.”
St. PHILIP NERI GRADE SCHOOL REGISTRATION
Registration is open at our Parish Grade School for the 2010-2011 School Year.
Kindergarten thru Eighth Grade
New family - $ 225
Re-registration - $ 175
Pre-3 and 4 year old registration $ 75
(please call SPN School before registering for Pre3 or Pre4 programs)
Any registration taking place after April 1, 2010, will add a late fee of $25.00. This is due to the extra costs the school incurs for having to order books and supplies outside of the regular order.
Registration fee includes: Books, Classroom Supplies, Sacramental Fees, Program Fees, and Technology Fees.
Tuition Rates for 2010 - 2011
Kindergarten thru 8th grade Pre-School 3 & 4
1 child - $ 2,200 Pre-3 - $ 980
2 children - $ 3,455 Pre-4 - $1,095
3 children - $ 4,025
4 or more children- $ 4,700
Non parishioner - $ 4,000 per child
OUR PARISH BULLETIN NEEDS YOUR HELP!
IT IS PROVIDED FREE OF CHARGE
TO OUR PARISH
AND PROVIDES IMPORTANT REVENUES!
PLEASE CONSIDER HAVING YOUR BUSINESS, SERVICE, OR PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE RECOMMENDED TO ALL OUR PARISH FAMILIES.
PLEASE CALL JIM FINNEN THIS WEEK
THIS IS ONE OF THE FEW, INEXPENSIVE LOCAL ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES LEFT IN OUR AREA AND OUR PARISH THANKS YOU!