“The fight for the right to live is not the cause of a special few, but the cause of every man, woman, and child who cares not only about his or her own family, but the whole family of man.”
-Dr. Mildred Jefferson
This Thursday we celebrate the Fourth of July, our country’s Independence Day. In the midst of the celebrations, parades, picnics, and fireworks, remember to take a moment to thank God for the blessings we share (and often take for granted) by being citizens of the United States of America. While no one can doubt that we have much work to do to become the nation that God is calling us to be, it would be wrong not to acknowledge the freedoms we all share.
It is important to be humble and to “thank God from whom all blessings flow!” Everything we have and everything we are comes from the Lord. Let us never lose our gratitude for the many blessings of our lives and of our country!
God Bless America!
REP is in need of Catechists for grades 1 & 2 for Sundays this coming year. Contact Earl.
Earl Tropp: Ext. 122 | email@example.com
Caelorum will be held on July 10 at 7:00 pm in the church. Come spend your evening with our Lord, Savior, and Redeemer, where heaven meets earth in adoration, song, meditation, and praise! Feel the power of his presence and never failing love as he attends to your needs and strengthens and blesses you with his abundant mercy. A reception will be held immediately following in the parish center. All are welcome, bring a friend. We hope to see you there.
Lou Felice: (717) 215-4175
Rosemary Nestor—Glassboro, NJ
Georgianne Becker—Sewell, NJ
Millbridge Farms, Inc.—Vineland, NJ
Cumberland Nephrology Ass.—Vineland, NJ
Samuel Coraluzzo, Co.—Vineland, NJ
St. Joan of Arc Parish and Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Harrisburg Area are sponsoring a special one-day collection of household items, which will be sold at habitat’s ReStore located in Harrisburg. All proceeds benefit Habitat’s activities to promote safe, decent, and affordable housing for lower income persons and families.
This special collection will occur in the parking lot along the 300 block of W. Areba Avenue on Saturday, June 29 from 10:00 am—1:00 pm. Please do not drop off any items prior to the time indicated. Items to be collected include large and small appliances, furniture, cabinets, building materials, tools, hardware, light fixtures, and home décor items. All items must be in working order and usable condition. Examples of items NOT collected include televisions and other electronics, clothing and shoes, drapes, mattresses and box springs, faucets, used anti-freeze and motor oil, unframed glass, carpet, wood with nails, paint, water heaters, and dishwashers.
Get rid of unwanted items for a good cause and receive a donation receipt for tax purposes.
Chuck Gassert: (717) 566-5058
Join us as we pray through Isaiah 55. Bring your bible translation or bible apps as we listen to what God is saying to us in this scripture on Wednesday, June 26 at 7:00 pm in the Parish Center. Hosted by the I Thirst Prayer Community.
Lynn: (717) 503-1600
The Knights of Columbus will be collecting non-perishable food and personal care items for the Hershey Food Bank before each Mass on June 29 & 30. Please remember we also accept monetary donations and all checks should be made to the Hershey Food Bank. Donations received are tax deductible.
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