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SECOND COLLECTION
Next weekend the second collection will be to defray Energy costs.


PASCHAL CANDLE LIGHTING

The Paschal candle will be lit at all the weekend Masses for the victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The candle will stay lit for 8AM Mass on Monday, September 11. Mass that morning will be in the main Church.


HURRICANE HARVEY COLLECTION

We will be collecting funds for the Victims of Hurricane Harvey over the next three weeks. There will be a basket on the Sanctuary railing for your donations. Thank you in advance for your generosity.


CCD REGISTRATION

CCD classes will resume on Sunday, September 17. New registration forms will be available on the table at the Midland Ave. entrance.


ATLANTIC CITY BUS TRIP

We will be having a bus trip to Bally’s Atlantic City on Saturday, October 7. The bus will leave from the church at 8:30 AM. The cost is $40 (cash in advance to reserve a seat). Each person will receive $15.00 in slot play with proper identification. Please call the Office for more details.


PARISH PICNIC

The Parish Picnic will take place on Sunday, Sept 17 at
12:30 on the Church lawn. A signup sheet will be at the Midland Ave. entrance for what you will be bringing.


YOUTH GROUP

The Youth Group will meet on Sundays September 3rd and 17th. A Youth Mass is scheduled for Sunday, September 24th.


50/50 DRAWING –PLEASE NOTE!

We have just received word from the Archdiocese that 50/50 tickets can no longer be mailed. Therefore, we will have envelopes at the exits with 5 tickets in each; you may pick them up at any of the Masses. The next 50/50 drawing will be held on Sunday, September 24 after the 11:30 AM Mass. If you wish to be a sponsor please call the office with your intention. The stipend is $100.00.


MASS INTENTION BOOK

The Mass intention book will be in the Sacristy at all the weekend Masses if you wish to reserve any.


SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION

The sacrament of Reconciliation will take place on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:00 PM or when you see Father Fred.