Church of Saint Philip Neri
Pennsburg, PA 18073
December 30, 2012
Rev. Robert A. Roncase, Pastor
Deacon Michael J. Franks
Deacon Mark J. Meinzer, Business Manager
Rev. Edmond J. Speitel, Pastor Emeritus
Rev. John J. Scarcia, Retired Pastor
Rev. Raymond W. Smart, Retired, Resident
Shirley Misiak, Office Manager
Catherine E. Faust, Director of Music
Wendy Benner, Coordinator of PREP/Religious ED
Tom Dewees, Director of Catholic Family Life Ctr.
Sister Patricia Kelly, M.S.B.T., Parish Outreach
Rectory Phone 215.679.9275
Rectory Fax 215.679.0386
Pre-School Phone 215.679.7481
Religious Education Phone 215.679.7839
Catholic Family Life Center 215.679.2237
Religious ED & PreSchool Fax 215.679.8370
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 – 4:00 PM
Email Address: email@example.com
Website Address: www.spnparish.org
Religious Education Office address & hours:
26 E. Sixth Street
East Greenville, PA 18041
Monday: Offices are closed
Tuesday: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Wednesday: 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Thursday: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Friday: Offices are closed
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Neri Center Address
575 Main Street
East Greenville, PA 18041
Catholic Family Life Center
Email address: email@example.com
ROSARY: Prayed in the Chapel
Every Saturday after the 8:00 AM Mass
Every Monday at 1:00 PM
Every 1st Friday from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM in the
Chapel, followed by Benediction.
If you wish to have a floral arrangement placed in front of the altar, please call the rectory.
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 – 5:00 PM
8:00 AM, 9:30 AM, 7:00 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 or:
at the Rectory BY APPOINTMENT anytime.
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 - 4:00 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.
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 desk of Sister Patricia Kelly, M.S.B.T.
A new year is almost upon us! Many people make New Year’s Resolutions. I don’t. However, I do believe it is a time to start over; to begin again.
In a recent publication of the Scranton I.H.M. Sisters, one of them wrote about relationships. She said: “The question becomes, after the harsh word has been unleashed by us or towards us, after the misunderstandings are in place, after the conflict has been named, where do we go??? How do we restore right relationship, which is another name for justice? We start over; we begin again and we stay in the struggle day in and day out.
This gift of starting over requires a particular courage; the courage of right relationships. In the ordinary and the everyday, it is often unnoticed, but always a sign of God’s reign breaking through into our own lives; into the lives of those who inhabit our corner of the world.”
All of us are called to the courage of the every day; the courage to be in right relationship with family, friends, co-workers; all those who are part of our daily lives.
In that same I.H.M. Publication, Sister Chris Koelhoffer said: “When we look at our world from a person to person perspective, we see many ways in which the call to right relationship is lived out; in the adult alienated by old wounds, or selfish acts but working to look through the lens of love and forgiveness; in the husband or wife struggling to move beyond criticism or words thrown in anger to utter the first spoken syllables of a halting, healing conversation in families faithfully tending to a rebellious child who lashes out, who slams the door and seems to refuse their love; in our emphatic choices not to flee the sad and lonely and wounded places of our intimate or familiar relationships, but to stay at the table and remain open to deep listening; in all those who pray and work for justice and who reflect on personal brokenness as an invitation to be in deeper communication with a wounded world. Ah, but here’s the thing…in God’s time, it’s never too late to restore the justice of right relationship. Let’s keep on summoning our courage and starting over again and again.
I leave you in the warmth of the Trinity.
Serving at Mass January 1
Extraordinary Ministers Lectors
5:00 pm – Jim Quigley Bob Piccone
8:00 am – LaRue Emmell Pete Frank
9:30 am – Steve Adelsberger G. Kirkwood
11:00 am – Linda Franks Pat Kennedy
Serving at Mass January 6
Extraordinary Ministers Lectors
5:00 pm – Alice Swift Pat Kennedy
Diane Kennedy Larry Concio
7:30 am – Dina Corrado Adam Canigiani
Andy Souder Michael Lynch
9:30 am – Rose Anderson Terry Benner
Mary Ellen Paulk Wendy Benner
11:00 am – Doug DiTondo M. Gehringer
THE HOLY DAY of JESUS, MARY & JOSEPH
December 30, 2012
Monday, December 31, St. Sylvester I
8:00 am – Marlene Kleiner,
(Steve & Elizabeth Grayeske)
5:00 pm – Robert A. Roncase Sr., (Family)
Tuesday, January 1, The Octave Day of the
Nativity of the Lord
8:00 am – 58th Anniversary, Joseph Grochowski
(Richard & Barbara Grochowski)
9:30 am – Herman Adam, (Renee & Denny)
11:00 am – Mabel Henry, (Joe & Barbara Henry)
Wednesday, January 2, St. Basil the Great and
8:00 am – Kathleen Hughes, (Cousin Tony)
Thursday, The Most Holy Name of Jesus
8:00 am – Robert Hannon
Friday – January 4, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
9:00 am – Seventh Anniversary, June Gardian
Saturday, January 5, St. John Neumann
8:00 am – Henry Huseman,
(Richard & Barbara Grochowksi)
5:00 pm – For the living & deceased members
of the Parish.
THE EPIPHANY OF THE LORD
January 6, 2013
7:30 am – Martha Edwards,
(Maxine & Rich Steffenino)
9:30 am – Michael Sydek,
(Ray & Shirley Szymkiewicz)
11:00 am – Clifford Marks, (Ken & Jeanette Miller)
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, Frances Cannon, Baby Lucy Littlefield, Baby Peter, Charlotte Azarovich, Rick DeStefano, Baby Olivia Enriquez, Jo Maturo, Colleen McMillar, Steven Gebhardt, Mildred Moyer, Helga Camasso, Lily Morgitan, Peter Szczybek, Christine Keer, Kathleen Tew, Rosalie Nelson, Michelle Fillman, Cranford Coulter, Phyllis Lossino, Jane Boyle, Timothy Byrne, Laura Barber, Patricia Pickford, Patty Perry, Kristi Hertzog, Tavario Brunson, Janice Kolb, Frannie T., Marie Mancini, Karl Heebner, Larry Spacek, Joni Rembisz, Jane Cassidy, Dawn Parents, Laura Peterson, Peter Preston, Kathy Rafferty, Michael Colfer, Howard Proffit, Tracey Delaney, Kevin Fox, Dorothy Smith, Ryland Zdebel, Sharon Snyder, Wyatt Kilhefner, Louis Miraglia, Anna Uhl, Anne Koch, Jessica Lepera, Rachael Henry, Felicia Iski, Barbara Jaman, Viola Pascarella, Sister Elizabeth Callaghan, George Gilde, Jean Miller, Judy Cobane, Christopher Lineman, Mary Ann Stoudt Snyder, Brent Landis, Dorothy Raab, Ben Pupek, Joe Demyan, Andrew Keegan, Norma Smith, Patrick Ryan, Nicholas Stauffer, Margaret Gulutz, Genevieve Husted, Tony Cimorelli, Catherine Olson, Joan Loyd, Anne “Nancy” Anderson, Dorothy Concio, Abigail Donohue, Ruth Rivera, Michael Metzinger, Sister Rosemarie Tedesco, Louis D’Alessandro, Ann Michels, Leon Novicki & Kevin Thomas, Anna Bogdon, Kira O’Neil, Baby Daniel Beisel.
For those who have died, and in particular for, Betty Geppert, grant them eternal rest and peace.
THIS WEEK AT A GLANCE
Holy Rosary Hour – Monday – January 7 – 1:00 pm in the Chapel
Pre-Jordan Baptismal Class – Monday – January 7 -7:00 pm in the Rectory Meeting Room
CYO Basketball – Monday – January 7 – 6:00 pm – Hall
SPN Quilting – Monday – January 7 – 1:30 pm - Hall
Boy Scouts – Tuesday – January 8 – 7:00 pm – Hall
CYO Basketball – Tuesday – January 8 – 7:30 pm – Hall
PREP/Religious Education – Wednesday – January 9 – 6:30 pm in the School
CYO Basketball – Wednesday – January 9 – 7:00 pm in Social Hall
CYO Basketball – Thursday – January 10 – 6:00 pm in Social Hall
SPN Quilting – Friday – January 11 – 1:00 pm – Hall
Knights of Columbus Come-n-Go Bingo – Saturday – January 12 – 6:00 pm in the Social Hall
Children’s Liturgy of the Word – Sunday – January 13 – at the 9:30 am Mass in Church
Little Church – Sunday – January 13 – 9:30 am – Hall
Men’s 30 & Over Basketball – Sunday – January 13 – 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm in the Social Hall
Invest just five minutes a day, and your faith will deepen and grow—a day at a time.
Sunday, December 30, 2012
Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph
Holy families wherever we find them
The U.S. Postal Service issued its annual Christmas stamp in October, and in a significant break with tradition, instead of a portrayal of the Madonna and child, the service used an image of the Holy Family in flight to Egypt. The Feast of the Holy Family calls us to esteem them as a divine exemplar for all families, but we can also remember them today as they lived their earliest, desperate days together. Surely we have among us holy families fleeing their own lands to escape oppression or poverty. Let us respond to them with mercy and compassion when we encounter them.
Today’s readings: Sirach 3:2-6, 12-14 or 1 Samuel 1:20-22, 24-28; Colossians 3:12-21 or 3:12-17 or 1 John 3:1-2, 21-24;
Luke 2:41-52 (17)
“Why were you looking for me? Did you not know that I must be in my Father’s house?”
Monday, December 31
Seventh Day within the Octave of the Nativity of the Lord
“May I have a word with you?”
The word of God is one of those, well, words that carries a big workload in Christian faith. In scripture God creates the world by speaking words. The word also means revelation: God’s communication with humanity in general. Put Jesus’ person and message together and Christ himself becomes the Divine Word. On top of that, the word is the written and spoken word of God read, proclaimed, and heard in scripture and preaching. As the church nears the end of the celebration of the Eight Days after the Nativity of the Lord, reflect on how these facets of the word of God—creative presence, revelation, scripture, new life in Jesus, the gospel—are parts of your life.
Today’s readings: 1 John 2:18-21; John 1:1-18 (204)
“In the beginning was the word, and the word was with God, and the word was God.”
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Octave Day of the Nativity of the Lord; Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God
The flesh and blood of Christianity
Christianity is not a new philosophy or new morality, says Pope Benedict XVI. It is an encounter with the person of Jesus Christ: “We ourselves must be personally involved in an intimate and profound relationship with Jesus.” Mary, the Mother of God, whom we honor today, was instrumental in bringing the person of Jesus to us and showing us how to fully embrace a life in Christ. Resolve in this Year of Faith to deepen your relationship with Jesus and, like Mary, find ways to bring Christ to others.
Today’s readings: Numbers 6:22-27; Galatians 4:4-7; Luke 2:16-21 (18)
“He was named Jesus, the name given him by the angel before he was conceived in the womb.”
Wednesday, January 2
Feast of Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzen, bishops, doctors of the church
Share the wealth
The fourth-century monk Saint Basil came from a well-funded family, both materially and spiritually. In addition to their wealth, they had among them three people the church would call saints, and he was close friends with another, Saint Gregory Nazianzen. As bishop of Caesarea in Greece, Basil established one of the first “megachurches” in Christian history, the Basiliad, which was designed to serve people both spiritually and physically by combining a church, hospital, soup kitchen, travelers’ hospice, and social rehabilitation center. The lives of saints are meant to inspire the rest of the Christian faithful. Let Saint Basil’s example move you to ever-greater acts of generosity.
Today’s readings: 1 John 2:22-28;
John 1:19-28 (205)
“I am the voice of one crying out in the desert, ‘Make straight the way of the Lord.’ ”
Thursday, January 3
Feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus
Remember this name
It’s likely that no name in Western history has been spoken more often and in so many forms as the name of Jesus. In medieval Europe, where Latin was the norm in church usage, the most common abbreviation for Jesus was IHS (sometimes rendered IHC), which stood for the first three letters in Latin of the Greek name of Jesus, iota-eta-sigma. The letters took on additional meanings over time, such as Iesus Hominum Salvator (Jesus, Savior of mankind) and has even been adapted to English to mean “In His Service.” To help cultivate a relationship of deep respect and trust with the living God behind the name, write IHS on a small slip of paper and carry it with you.
Today’s readings: 1 John 2:29-3:6;
John 1:29-34 (206)
“Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world.”
Friday, January 4
Feast of Elizabeth Ann Seton, religious
You may be in for some surprises
“Life is full of surprises.” It’s no surprise, however, to hear these words from friends and family when you tell them about things that crop up in life: a job transfer . . . falling in love . . . a sudden illness. Life really is full of surprises, some welcome, some not. When surprises bring hardship, we might think about others, such as Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, who faced adversity with faith. Before reaching age 30 she had five children and was widowed. She eventually entered religious life and founded the first community of women religious in the United States. She and her sisters dedicated their lives to helping others and in doing so left a legacy of compassion and service for generations to come.
Today’s readings: 1 John 3:7-10;
John 1:35-42 (207)
“Come, and you will see.”
Saturday, January 5
Feast of John Neumann, bishop
Greater things than this
Born in Bohemia, Saint John Neumann immigrated to America to become a priest because Europe, ironically, had too many priests in 1835. As a member of the Redemptorist order, and later appointed bishop of Philadelphia, he and his congregation of brothers and priests were dedicated to helping the poor and abandoned. This Redemptorist mission inspired Neumann to help organize the Catholic school system in America. Whenever you are discouraged from your dreams, remember that you are destined and called for great things with God.
Today’s readings: 1 John 3:11-21;
John 1:43-51 (208)
“You will see the sky opened and the angels of God ascending and descending on the Son of Man.”
ST. PHILIP NERI – SUNDAY BINGO
January 6, 2013
Working Team #1
Bingo begins at 1PM;
Doors open at 12 NOON
Parish Social Hall
1325 Klinerd Rd – Pennsburg
All Regular Games Prize is $50
Final Cover All-Special – Prize is $500
Great food available in Social Hall Kitchen
Social Hall Phone#: 215.679.8116
St. Philip Neri Church
Christmas Flower Donations
In Loving Memory of: Robert Roncase Sr., Mary Roncase, Theresa Harvey, Power & Michel Families, Family & Friends, Donald Miller, Emma Sobjak, Paul Sobjak Sr., Paul Sobjak Jr., Robert Sobjak, Haas & Bozzelli Families, George Liedike, Mary Liedike, George Murray, Violet Murray, Czapkewicz & McMahon Families, Kevin Flangan, Kevn Lebo, Terry Flangan, Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Crosson, John Crosson, Gerard Schneider, Dorothy Peters, William Peters, John Roney, Kathrine Kerivel, John, George & Pete Dykie, Della & Harry Rooney, Family, Rosemarie Adelsberger, Wayne Brinckman, John & Mary Poatsy and Family, Helen & Richard Trumbore, Michael Sinisko, Mr. & Mrs. John Hvorecny, Mr. & Mrs. Steve Sinisko, Emil Hvorecny, Anna & Louise, Margaret Hughes, Joseph Hughes, James Pulice, Frances Pulice, Andrew & Nellie Schultz, Steve & Anna Cichocki, Clarence & Ida Reitnauer, John & Stella Cichocki, Maryanne Moyer, Tom Virus, Stephen & Mary Kacerik, Mike Virus, Lisa Martine, Trevor Walck, Laura Zevetski, Robert Zevetski, Jenny Hurys, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Hurys, Mr. & Mrs. David Allen, Mr. & Mrs. John Salatino, Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Brishcar, Gordon Heckler, Andrew & Huldah Prussack, JoAnn Putera-Dymek, Eugene Cressman, Anna & Andrew Kotch, Anna & Linford Cressman, Helen & Joe Semancik, Viola & Steve Kotch, Deborah Stranzl, Sagan, Tokarski, LeGrand, Stock & Ebert Families, Leo Minner, Peter & Gertrude Miller, Tobias & Bertha Minner, Kenneth Latshaw, Beverly Latshaw, Fred & Annie Yerger, Russell & Esther Latshaw, Angelo Frank, Mary Frank, Herman Henry, Michael Quigley, Ernie Greiss, Mr. & Mrs. Ray Shuhler, Thomas Brogan, Mr. & Mrs. William Greiss, Rev. Ralph Shuhler OSA, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Scorza, Mr. & Mrs. Nazinaro Matino, Joseph Tresnan, John Rizzo, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Longello, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Scorza, Anna McArdle, Albert McArdle, William Lampart, Florence Lampart, Yolanda Rio, Elizabeth Campaglia, Albert Campaglia, Peter Ree, John Walsh, Loved Ones, Tom & Edna Zappala, Zappala Family, DeFilippo Family, Phil Visconto, Peter Tarsi, Joseph Josko Jr., Agnes Josko, Theodore & Walter Martin, Julia & Michael Martin, Joseph Yanchus, Joseph Kaiser, Christopher Kaiser, Elsie Connelly, Schollenberger & Kaiser Families, Mikanowicz & Stavinski Families, Mr. & Mrs. John Murray Sr., Philip Murray, Joan Murray, Frank Fogel, Mary Fogel, Elsie Bonifazi, Mary Malasky, Teresa Fogel, Dolores Wright, Robert Kramer, Joseph Cappelli, Veronica Slagle, Ralph Bolognese, Andrew & Peggy Mellon, John & Mary Mellon, Robert & Margaret Lockett, John A. Lear, Helen Meese, Anna Mae Johnson, Anna Sheridan, Kanya, Mooney & Wojciechowski Families, Pete Emmell, Toly & Lillian Shellaway, John & Frances Piotrowski, Ed Ryan Sr., Alice Becker, Mary Ryan, Susan Ryan, Warren Becker, Grandmom Chantry, Aunt Mary Jane Mulozzi, James Goodellow, Dorothy Goodfellow, Joseph Feret, Helen Feret, Joseph Tryon, Geraldine Tryon, George Rybos, Witkoski & Roming Families, Larry & Mary Dahm, Jean Giuliano, Dahm Sisters, Helen Sieber, Martin Sieber Sr., Vanim Family, Stump Family, Kearney Family, Marie Doyle, Carolyn Schaptiel, Clifford Marks, Marks & Ballesteros Families, Christina Duka, Ezra Duka, Dorothy Noto, Anthony Noto, Mary Blaszczyk, Robert & Alice Robertson, Pauline Swider, George Swider, Catherine Gehringer, Attilio Frank, Linda Frank, Mike & Mary Dykie, Alvin Hoffman, John Dykie, George Dykie, Kathrine Kerivel, Mike & Mary Dykie, George & John Dykie, Kathrine Kerivel, Pete Dykie, John Roney, Victor Rickert Jr., Kerry Rickert, Cynthia Miller Marks, Robert Preston, Kenneth Swift, Brown & Swift Families, Virginia Haas, Francis Burgert, Francis Burgert, Michael Burgert, Catherine Burgert, Helen & Clarence Mohr, Michael Mohr, Dennis Krause, Catherine & William Fliegel, Katherine & Wilfred Quigley, The Thomas Doyle Family, Nicholas & Julia Teti, Joseph & Jean Engler, John Engler, Connie Morris, Members of the Gebhardt Family, Fronheiser Family, June Gardian, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gardian, Pausic Family, Iski Family, Mustacchio Family, Bisesi Family, Morris Amato, John C. Rozanski, John J. Rozanski, Anna Bogdon, Benjmin Bogdon, Janet Gillespie, Carol Wildermuth, Ida Hewitt, Joseph Morgitan, Ronayne & Lammers Families, Stephen & Anna Burke, George & Mary Schurr, Leslie Gordon, Christine Gordon, Leroy Brown, Michael Wallace, Gene Harvey, Robert Henry, Karen Bowers, John Busedu Sr., James & Ruth Hemphill, James Hemphill Jr., Richard Hemphill, Dominic & Cora Rodeghiero, Stan Namowicz Sr., Regina Namowicz, Bertha Kuroski, Joseph Horvath, Julius & Agnes Horvath, Josephine & Alvin Greczek, Francis & Mildred Greczek, Ken & Meda Stamets, Natalie Varallo, Laura & Henry Wexler, Mr. & Mrs. John Martin, Carol Shaffer, Norbert & Shirley Mutter, Susan Schicky, James Goble, Lawrence Goble, Liska family, Eberle family, McCabe family, Mehalko family, Virgie, Marian & Joe Flanagan, Turnek family, Umbonhauer family, Leitchkus family, Mary Dorsey, Theresa Moore, Allen Brough, Francis Moore, Mary Moore-Slater, Charlotte & Daniel Cahill, James & Jeanette Ward, Clara Murchake, Earl Boyer, Helen Boyer, Joe & Ida Mann, Homer Leidy, Helen Mann, Arlene Leidy, Justice Goodwin, John & Kathryn Hovanec, Grace Goodwin, Mary Mokluk, Francis & Rose Goodwin, Edward & Ellen Loziwicki, Earl Walker, Mr. & Mrs. William D. Gillespie Sr., Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Strizziere, Karen Rowlands, Raymond Anthony, David Anthony, Abigail Rose Hilbert, Stanley Chmielewski, Mary D. Chmielewski, Victor Rickert Jr., Kerry Rickert, Cindy Miller Marks, Andrew & Anna Kotch, Eugene Cressman, Anne & Linford Cressman, Helen & Joseph Semancik, Joseph Semancik Jr., Steve & Viola Kotch, Steven Kotch Jr., Greg Longacre, Concio family, Krause family, Frances, George & Ben Weidman, Anna & Benjamin Bogdon, Helen Pownall, Ed Pownall Sr., Cecelia Kelly, Mildred Delfico, Jean Bartkowski, Cece Parker, Jennie Pizza, Charles Pizza, Anthony Pizza, Edith Paice, Teresa Thomas, Lawrence Foster, Andrew & Emma Stranick, Michael & Stella Sombers, Mary & Charlie Sailer, Charles & Agnes Sailer, Rosie & Lloyd Van Gorden, John & Marie Kirchenbauer, John Kirchenbauer Jr., Mr. & Mrs. George McKillip, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Moore, Delia Kelly, Amy McKillip, Deceased members of McCue family, Geatano DiMarco, Theresa DiMarco, Rose McAfee, Jenny DiMarco, Rose DiMarco, Mr. & Mrs. William Bradley, Mr. & & Mrs. Pongia, Mary Bradley, Teachers and children of Sandy Hook, CN., Louise Bellmar, Charles Bellmar, Edward Decker, Stella Decker, Thomas Virus, Roland & Althea Spaar, Leslie Allen, Harry Santangelo, Jennie Santangelo, Anthony Morano, Josephine Morano, Ernest Quatrani Sr., James Enright, Kathleen Enright, Irvine Crowe, Gerald Mahoney, Helen Mahoney, Grace Mahoney, Helen Mullin, Raymond Mullin, Bill Mattus, Billy Mattus, Christine Forster, Joseph Forster, Alex F. Horvath, Ann Horvath, Robert Elsdon, Andrew & Catherine Gazo, Mary Romano, Domenica Casazza, Thomas Hollinger, Vitus & Veronica Hammerle, Lawrence & Marie Fronheiser, Paul Fronheiser, Frances & Angelo Balduzzi, Beulah & Bernard Schiery, William & Mary Gallagher, Gallagher family, Elizabeth Brant, Warren Brant, James Brant Sr., Goc family.
In Honor of: DiNunzio Family, Landes Family, Catherine Olson, Stella Roney, Priests & Religious in my life, Leon Novicki, Michelle Fillman, Helen Bellmar
Donations by: Mr. & Mrs. Vaughn Vangilson, Mrs. LaRue Emmell, Mr. Tom Stubits, Mrs. Amy Porter, Mr. Matthias Schibinger, Mr. Steven Katrinak, Mr. & Mrs. John Katrinak, Mrs. Irene Leister, Mrs. Sharon Wetzel, Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Hasson, Mr. & Mrs. John Donahue, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Conley, Paul Semler, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Matt, Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Wroblewski, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ellis, Mary Reilly, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Gulick, Brian Latshaw, Mrs. Patricia Scheerbaum, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Ciaciak, Mr. & Mrs. Vincent DiPinto, Mrs. Thanh Walter, Mr. Gregory Kressirer, Mrs. Anne Dykie, Mr. & Mrs. George Zegiestowsky, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Henry, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Franks, Mrs. Judy Smith, Ms. Elizabeth Puchert, Mrs. Margaret Tocci, Mr. & Mrs. James Watko, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Raab, Mrs. Kathy Le, Mr. Thu Pham, Mrs. Leonette Nicolaou, Mr. John Kuzmission, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Camasso, Mrs. Helen Fogel, Mr. & Mrs. Gary Amerman, Mr. & Mrs. Bart Keegan, Mr. & Mrs. Peter Penrose, Dr. & Mrs. John Pagan, Mr. & Mrs. David Proffit.
BECOME A MEMBER OF THE HISTORICAL COMMITTEE
Join us as we discover our past, record our present and shape our future. The Historical Committee is looking for new members. Our committee needs people with varied talents to bring our history together. Some work can be done on your own time and in your own home.
Here is a partial list of the committee members needed:
Individuals to make DVD’s
Individuals to scan pictures
Individuals to assemble photo albums
Individuals to clip and organize newspaper articles
There are many other tasks that need to be completed. We can only bring the past into the present with help. This work is being done for the celebration of our 100th anniversary which is quickly approaching. If you are interested in being part of this committee you can call Shirley at 215-679-9275, Dawn at 215-679-2160 or e mail Doris at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the form below and return in the collection basket.
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