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Bible Study Announcement
Written by Nanette Hadley
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 00:00
Was there too much going on to start
Bible Study? Now are you thinking I wonder
if I can still get in to the class without being
too far behind?
Bible Study is starting a new book. The Book of Ecclesiastes!
Wednesday Day Class starts on November 12th at 11AM - 1PM
Monday Evening Class starts on November 17th at 7PM - 9PM
Bob Sullivan leads our Bible study at 2 different times each week. We will once again have an evening class and a weekday class (scheduled to be friendly for those people who need to be home in time to get children from school). Both classes will meet in the Georgetown Hall.
Everyone is welcome! Registration is appreciated but not required.
Children's Praise Chorus
Written by Nanette Hadley
Tuesday, 14 October 2014 00:00
We are looking for an Adult Leader for our
Children's Praise Chorus!
The music ministry seeks a volunteer to lead a new Children's praise chorus. No experience necessary. Ideal candidate is an engaging individual who loves music, loves children and has some knowledge of elementary education.
If you are over the age 16 and think you are up to this task, please come and talk to Sara after Mass.
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I want to begin this week asking all of you to pray for the family of Ryan Morrissey, a teenager from Charlestown who attended St. Clement High School in Medford and was a victim of gang violence. He was a young man who had nothing to do with that world of gangs and drugs, but was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. He and a friend were shot coming out of a convenience store near his home last Wednesday. This type of senseless violence and the proliferation of guns in our community is a very serious problem and it is a great sorrow to see young people's lives ended so senselessly. We pray for his family, his classmates at the school, and all his friends and acquaintances who are very much affected by this young man's untimely death.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis called for preserving the family as an institution based on marriage between a man and a woman, which he said is not a political cause but a matter of "human ecology."