Just a reminder that if you placed Christmas decorations on your loved one’s
grave at either St. Elizabeth Cemetery or Holy Cross Cemetery, it is time to
remove them. Thank you for your assistance in this effort.
Sunday, January 22
5:30p.m. ST. BENEDICT
an instant; technology has made it so. The interesting thing
about the global community is that we can communicate with
ease throughout the world and even across languages and
cultures, but what does this mean for us as human beings?
Does our technology assist us in becoming better people?
we allow technology to take us into the realms of the ideal or
into the depths of depravity?
Religious Education/RCIA Classes –
Confirmation Prep. -
THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
6), Mary Lou Horswood
Steele (2-8), Paula Butler
Kenneth Winn (2-11), Samantha Zedalis (2-11), Thomas Bunce
Damico (2-12), Benjamin Davis (2-12), Camryn Duld (2-12), Eileen Traband (2-
12), Mary Lee Wooters (2-12), David Livingstone (2-13), Kaely Rowland (2-13)
(2-8), Megan Rogers
(2-8), Elizabeth Spiering
Tuesday, January 24
Sr. Marie Consulata, O.S.B
(2-9), Annette Constantino
(2/10), Ashlynn Morton (2-11),
Wednesday, January 25
Adult Bible Study –
benefit their own emotional agendas
Thou shalt not bear false witness;
lie; these are commandments that help each human being keep from becoming
engrossed in disparaging another out of jealousy and pride. Our words ought to be
helpful and benefit the hearer, not enrage the senses and emotions to the point that all
though shalt not participate in gossip;
Thursday, January 26
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated for Mrs. Irwin on
Friday, January 27
9:00a.m. FLC Chapel
Eternal rest, grant to her, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her.
Wednesday, January 25
Canvas Paint Night –
Saturday, January 28
who have ears. He became the Word, as the Evangelist John tells us in
We, too, are called to become
Let not our mouths utter from our hearts hatred, bigotry, racism, and cynicism. Let us
speak of hope, peace and love.
Robert Joseph Hutchinson
held this Friday, January 27th
forward to an evening of fun and creativity!
at 6:30p.m. in the Parish Hall.
We are looking
bring life to others.
The Blessed Virgin Mother Ladies’ Sodality will meet again on Tuesday, January
11:30 a.m. –
practiced in faith. The technology of the human person is within the electrical impulses
that cause the human heart to beat and in the synapses,
technology of the human person cannot be replaced by man-made electronics, for the
greatest electrical engineer Is God and His greatest project has always been the human
Sunday, January 29
9:00a.m. St. Elizabeth
St. Martin’s House has an immediate need for volunteer drivers who can
commit to at least a half day a week or every other week to assist residents
getting to doctor’s appointments, grocery shopping, and a variety of other
area and would like to help St. Martin’s Ministries, please call Heidi at
2537 ext 107.
Sodality Hospitality -9:30a.m. -
Catholic Schools Week begins
blindly into its web of falsehood turned into truths that are really lies.
5:30p.m. St. Elizabeth
Fr. Larry Kozak
endeavors man can accomplish with the help of God. Encourage the use of technology
MD (14299 Benedictine Lane) has
disabilities achieve their greatest potential.
than 200 children and adults with special education, vocational training, supported
employment and home like residential living options on our main campus and in
and Respect for Person also serve as a driving force throughout the organization
and directly support our mission. These values and our mission will continue to
guide us and assure our future success in meeting the needs of children and
adults with developmental disabilities. Does this resonate with you? Visit
Naomi Mary Schmidt
SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
these technologies responsibly –
humanity to coexist.
The People of the Parish
remember that what you speak reveals what is in your heart. I pray it is the love of Christ
that informs your heart and enables you to assist in building the kingdom of God here
Henry Ventura, Jr.
TABERNACLE LIGHT INTENTIONS
(Mt. 4: 22). –
SE Church: ________________________
Take a chance to win a new car and support Sts. Peter & Paul
Catholic School at the same time! For the cost of $10/
$50 for 6 tickets, you can take a chance to win a 2017 Nissan
Juke (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 March 25,
2017 at the Sabre Spirit Celebration. Need not be present to win.
Rev. John B. Gabage
Is your marriage going down the right road … or
is it a little off track? Life can be difficult and so
can the challenges you
Retrouvaille can help and offers hope for a
better relationship. Retrouvaille is a peer
STEWARDSHIP BACK TO THE LORD
Magnificat is a monthly publication which contains daily and
weekend mass prayers and readings, morning and evening
prayer, meditations, spiritual writings and essays on the
saints. Magnificat subscriptions are currently available through the
2017 issue at the cost of $34.95 per subscription
savings off the cost of ordering a subscription on your own). Our
parish will be receiving some complimentary copies of the
Magnificat booklets for Lent. Look for them at the entrances of the
churches in late February. The deadline to subscribe
parish is March 10, 2017. For more details please contact Lori
learn the tools of healthy communication, build
intimacy and heal, just as they have done in
their own marriages. Retrouvaille is Christian-
based and Catholic in origin, but welcomes
couples of all faiths as well as non-religious
couples. Retrouvaille can help get your
relationship back on track. The next program
begins on the weekend of February 10th
Family Life Center in Malvern, PA. Additional
weekends will be held in April and August. For
more information or to register for one of the
weekends, visit the Retrouvaille website at
2230. All inquiries
This Wednesday, January 25th, a Community Resource Day will be held at St.
Luke’s United Methodist Church (100 S. 5th
event, sponsored by the Caroline County Local Homeless Board, will include
certificates and identification cards, haircuts, a free lunch
know someone in need who might benefit from this event, please encourage them
to attend. Free bus service is provided –
If you use offertory envelopes and would like
to receive a statement of your 2016
contributions for tax purposes, please
contact Marie Freeman to request a copy:
LOOK OUT FOR YOUR NEIGHBORS THIS WINTER
the womb.” The Lord has formed each one of us from the womb; for each of us He has
(especially the elderly) when the snow and ice arrives to see if they need any
are kept strictly confidential.
let’s talk. Call or write Father Norm Carroll, Diocesan Director of Priestly and Religious
Vocations (302-573-3113, firstname.lastname@example.org). Be sure to visit our website:
need something from the store
another we’ll all be a little safer.