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Entries for January 2018

Lent Schedule

Posted on January 25, 2018 in: General News

Save the Dates for a Great Lenten Season! Yes, it seems like we just wrapped up our Christmas celebration a few days ago, but we are already looking towards our Lenten activities which begin the week of February 11th.  Here are a few dates to mark on your calendars to help make this year’s Lenten Season exceptional.   Burning of Palms:  Saturday, February 10th Our annual burning of palms from last year will be held on the plaza (weather permitting) immediately following the 5:00 p.m. Mass on Saturday, February 10th.  The ashes from the palms will be used on Ash Wednesday at the 6:30 a....

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Tyroid Awareness Month

Posted on January 25, 2018 in: Healthy Parish Blog

Feeling Slowed Down More Than Usual? It may be time for a check-up.  Hypothyroidism, too-low thyroid hormone level, is the most common form of thyroid disorder, affecting up to 15 percent of Americans in cases ranging from mild to those requiring medication. When thyroid hormone levels are too low, the body’s cells cannot get enough thyroid hormone and the body’s processes start slowing down. As the body slows, you feel colder, tire more easily, have drier skin, feel more constipated, become more forgetful, or feel depressed.  These symptoms are nonspecific so to know if you have hypothyroidism ...

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You are invited to attend the kick off of Catholic Schools Week at the Open House of our Seton Regional Catholic School TODAY, January 28th from 11AM to 2 PM. It is a chance to meet our wonderful faculty and staff members and tour our facilities. That day also begins Registration for the Regional School for Academic Year 2018-2019. There will be three periods for registration acceptance: Ø January 28th until February 16th Registration of current students of Seton Regional Catholic School / St. Peter Early Learning Center and their siblings will be accepted. Ø February 16th until March 18th Regist...

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Memorial Mass-Donald Wideman

Posted on January 22, 2018 in: Funeral Notices

There will be a memorial mass for Donald Wideman on Friday January 26th at 10:00 am

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January 22, the 40th anniversary of Roe vs Wade is a National Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children.  Please pray for the end to legalized abortion. Also please pray those that are on the March for Life. You can watch Generation Life and the Respect Life Apostolate live on EWTN   

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Contribution statements are available in the Chapel area.  Please pick up yours this week and next to save us a stamp!  

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Pictorial Directories are IN!

Posted on January 11, 2018 in: General News

We know you have been waiting for it!  Our Pictorial Directory is in and for those who had your picture taken for the directory, is available for pickup in the Chapel area.  If you had your picture taken by for the directory you receive a FREE book … just look for a book with your name on it.  For those who did NOT have their picture taken … there are a limited number of books available in the Parish Office for a minimal cost of $10.  You can pick up one in the office or call us and we will have it ready for you to pick up on Sunday. We would like to thank everyone for your patience!...

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Are You Making Progress

Posted on January 02, 2018 in: Healthy Parish Blog

Are You Making Progress?                  Matthew Kelly and I are on the same page this year.  His book, Perfectly Yourself, dovetails nicely with the objectives of the Healthy People, Healthy Parish program.  By making changes that allow us to become “better” in some way, we improve the health of the parish by improving the health of the people, one person at a time.                   At the heart of the matter is the age-old questi...

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Are You Making Progress

Posted on January 02, 2018 in: Healthy Parish Blog

Are You Making Progress?                  Matthew Kelly and I are on the same page this year.  His book, Perfectly Yourself, dovetails nicely with the objectives of the Healthy People, Healthy Parish program.  By making changes that allow us to become “better” in some way, we improve the health of the parish by improving the health of the people, one person at a time.                   At the heart of the matter is the age-old questi...

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