The Diocese of Harrisburg requires two years of religious education before reception of the sacraments of Eucharist and Confirmation. If your child is not in a Catholic School, you need to register for REP, our Religious Education Program, as soon as possible. Our program covers grades K-8, so any new families should also consider prompt registration so that you receive all information on the coming year's program. For more information and registration options click here
Do you want to be an Altar Server?
Parishioners entering the 5th grade in August or are at least 10 years old, are invited to be a part of this important liturgical ministry. If interested, submit a completed enrollment form by JULY 2, 2017.
Age requirements: Those who are entering 5th grade in August 2017 or are older than 10 years of age.
Training Dates: In the Church from 2:15 to 4:15pm on: July 16, 23, 30 and August 6 & 13.
Scheduling: New Altar Server schedules will be sent at the end of August.
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The parish celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima scheduled for Saturday, May 13th has been moved to our church from Chocolatetown Square.
In honor of this special day, a special showing of "The 13th Day", a film about the events of Fatima will be shown in the cafeteria following the Vigil Mass on Saturday, Mary 13th. All are welcome.
“Prayer for Vocations”
Heavenly Father,We ask you to bless our diocese with selfless hearts that are willing to serve You, by serving Your Church. Lord Jesus raise up from our homes those called by the Father: courageous and humble men to the Priesthood, faithful people to Consecrated Life and holy men and women to the sacrament of Marriage. Holy Spirit, help us to live our universal vocation to holiness, by listening to the Father’s voice and responding with a sacrificial love. Holy Mary, Model of Vocations, teach us to hear and follow your Son. Holy Mary, Queen of Priests, sanctify our priests and obtain for us many more.Holy Mary, Mother of the Church, pray for our families and intercede for our children.
“Voiceless” is a gripping and powerful film which displays faith and devotion, as well as the need the for our involvement in a sacred cause. It gives a voice to those who have yet to be heard. What the film tells us is that it’s time to take a stand for the “Voiceless”.
One Showing Only!
Sunday, April 30th at 1:00 PM
Allen Theatre: 36 E. Main Street, Anneville *Doors open at 12:30 PM*
Sponsored by St. Paul The Apostle RC Pro-Life Committee
Free Will Donations accepted at the door to benefit “Save The Storks”. All donations will be used for the purchase of a mobile ultrasound unit to provide women with free ultrasounds and counseling. Four out of five women who board one of these mobile ultrasound units choose life for their baby!
It's not too late to register for the upcoming conference "Bringing Church Home: Reimagining The Family On Mission" taking place at the Diocese on March 15-17.
Bringing Church Home: Reimagining the Family on Mission
The Amore Project helps the whole Church rediscover the family as the domestic church and the New Testament ‘oikos’ as a center for community and mission. Amore trains married couples to embrace their marriage as a sign of the gospel and a calling to minister among those who are far from God.
The theme of the 2017 conference, “Bringing Church Home: Reimagining the Family on Mission” focuses on the goal of releasing a movement of married couples who live as agents of Christ’s self-giving love. Believing that mission often arises when the people of God seek reconciliation in the broken places, the conference will help attendees seek a great awakening in homes, networks, neighborhoods and families.
The conference is a partnership and collaboration between the Diocese of Harrisburg, Mistero Grande, Truro Anglican Church, the Baptist General Association of Virginia and the Fresh Expressions Team.
Full information is available here: freshexpressionsus.org/AmoreLaunch
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