PLEASE REMOVE CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS
If you placed Christmas decorations on your loved ones grave at Holy Cross
Cemetery in Greensboro, we kindly ask that you remove them by the end of this
month. In early February, members of our Cemetery Committee will remove any
Sunday, January 14
9:00 a.m. FLC Chapel
Religious Ed./RCIA Classes –
contemplated last week these words, "What are you looking
for?" (Jn 1). Each one of us searches for what fulfills
and as Christians we know it is only Christ who can satisfy our
needs. today we hear the profound words in the first reading
5:30 p.m. St. Elizabeth
ATTENTION CONFIRMATION CANDIDATES
preparing for Confirmation have not yet turned in their
Service Commitment Forms are due on January 21st
to give your Service Presentation that day as well.
SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Tuesday, January 16
LORD was with him,
effect.”(1 Sam. 3:19).
not permitting any word of his to be without
Please send an email to Maureen Duggan-Cassidy at
7:15 a.m. St. Benedict
and you should be prepared
Sodality Meeting –
7:00 p.m. -
can say we are a product of our environment and as such Samuel was able to be
Knights of Columbus Meeting –
environment, Samuel was abled by his surrounding to become what he was truly called
to be, thus God’s words had total effect and what Samuel said and did had
It was the text of sacred scripture that nourished the lives of the faithful. The
environment surrounding the Temple was a place that dealt with providing for the needs
of worship and honoring God. The beauty in this story is that when one person is
surrounded by what is of God one becomes most capable for
give God honor and glory.
People of the Parish
CELEBRATING A BIRTHDAY SOON: Philomena Cirillo
(1-19), Michelle Rogers
Thursday, January 18
(1-18), John Beatty
9:00a.m. FLC Chapel
Youth Ministry Self Defense Class –
(1-22), Antonio Hernandez-Castro (1-22), Judy Klug (1-22)
the Charles L. Knott Family
Friday, January 19
who is interested in joining with fellow parishioners to help plan this fun parish
event is invited and encouraged to attend. There are many types of jobs that need
doing and we can find something that fits your interests and availability. Hope to
at 6:30p.m. in the Pastor’s Office in the Family Life Center. Anyone
Saturday, January 20
Intentions of Carol & Charles Roller
Sunday, January 21
Confessions after 8:30 a.m. Mass at St.
Our annual Youth-Ministry sponsored Spaghetti
Dinner is set for Saturday, January 27th
the Parish Hall. Tickets are now on sale
$8 per person with a $30 Family max. Mark your
calendar and make plans to attend.
donations of Italian-themed items for our giant Italian
Basket raffle. Items such as sauces, noodles, cheeses,
pasta serving utensils, colanders, olive oil,
other Italian-themed item will be appreciated. You may
Rev. John B. Gabage
If Caroline County Schools are delayed or closed, then DAILY MASS will be celebrated
at the Family Life Center CHAPEL in Ridgely. Tune in to your local news station or log
SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Ministry Donation” and leave them at the entrance of either church. This event is
always well attended and supported by our parish. Thanks to all of you for your
past and future support!
Ralph Downs, Sr.
Barbara Jean Motter
If you have any question about whether weekend liturgies
will be held due to inclement weather, call the Parish Office at 410-634-2253 and listen
to the voice mail message or log onto the parish website (www.beparish.com) for
information. If possible, we will send a global e-mail to all parishioners with pertinent
information regarding the cancellation of liturgies or religious education classes.
People of the Parish
Are you interested in learning more about the Catholic
faith? Theology on Tap of Caroline County invites young
adults (and those young at heart) to come for good food,
good drinks and meaningful conversation. Join us
Ron & Ann Blazejak
TABERNACLE LIGHT INTENTIONS
Decisions about parish meetings and events will be made on a case by case basis
dependent on weather and road conditions. Again, if possible, we will send a global e-
mail to all parishioners with pertinent information regarding the cancellation of parish
meetings and events.
prepared to discuss important topics
the world today. Theology on Tap is for those who are
searching for their faith as well as those who already
have a strong foundation.
with gratefulness and
and care which you
gave to me and my
family at this time of
No. Missing mass (not meeting your Sunday obligation) due to inclement weather is not
people and explore their faith in a straightforward way. We welcome all
and non-practicing Catholics –
starts at 6:30 pm with 30
7-8pm. Meetings will be held the 4th
January 24,2018 at Cohee’s 404 Restaurant and Lounge : 26171 Shore Hwy.
Caitlin Daly: email: email@example.com
Emily Powell: email: firstname.lastname@example.org
are not deliberately choosing not to go to mass because you are too lazy or simply don’t
feel like it.
minutes of social time followed by a talk/ discussion from
STEWARDSHIP BACK TO THE LORD
definition of Church. We will never forget and
hope to follow in your lead.
Go on a retreat and take time to grow in your faith.
/ cell: 410-829-4201
Kathleen Fox & Family
SAINTS PETER & PAUL CAR RAFFLE TICKETS ON SALE NOW
Take a chance to win a new car and support Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic School at
the same time! For
chance to win a 2018 Ford Mustang (vehicle donated by Dave & Peggy Wilson
and the Preston Automotive Group). Contact Marie Freeman at the Parish Office
to obtain tickets. The drawing will be held on April 14, 2018 at the Sabre Spirit
Celebration. Need not be present to win.
Athens, Corinth and Ephesus. Sail the Aegean Sea with stops in Crete, Mykonos and
Santorini. as well as visit Mary's final home. Dates: October 22-30, 2018. For more
www.syversentouring.com/gallagher. Caroline will offer a discount of $200.00 to those
who register by March. I do hope you will be with us.
2017 TAX LETTERS
to receive a statement of your 2017 Offertory
contributions for tax purposes, please
contact Marie Freeman to request a copy: