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St. Vincent de Paul – Thanks to you

Thanks to you … We made 200 home visits this year, which translates to 415 friends in need helped We distributed nearly $54,000 to help these friends with food, shelter, and utilities “For it is in giving that we receive.”-St. Francis of Assisi

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Food for Friends

  Food for Friends Update: For the month of January we will be collecting pasta and pasta sauces (no glass). The donations of all foods have been very appreciative. Once we collect the pasta and sauces, we let the students shop and add the extra items to their food bags from Channel One. Franklin now […]

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Operation One More

  Operation One More A number of our families recently received a bag of groceries, turkey, bread, fruit, and milk to use over the holidays. Families signed up to receive the food. Many thanks goes to Stephanie Collura for organizing this large project. Very well done! We served about 50 families, and hope this project […]

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Alan Ames International Healing Ministry

Listen to Alan Ames talk at Resurrection Recorded at Church of the Resurrection June 26th, 2018 International Healing Ministry “The love of God can transform us beyond our imagination.” Join Alan Ames as he shares his heart about how grace turned him from an alcoholic to a carrier of God’s healing power.

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Weekly Words from The Rock

Questions Last weekend, I posed some questions from the life of Father Schuster. Here are the answers. Question: During the course of a year, the pastor is the celebrant at many funerals. In celebrating a funeral, what is the one symbol which is not used? Paschal/Easter Candle Incense Oils Pall Aspergillum (Used in sprinkling Holy […]

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Musical Musings from Joy

Thank you to EVERYONE who came up to sing with us for this weekend’s Open Sing. We were thrilled to have you, and are sincerely hoping you’ll consider joining us full-time next fall. In a couple of weeks, I will be making the trek to Baltimore, Maryland for the National Association of Pastoral Musicians’ (NPM) […]

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Weekly Words from The Rock

Questions This weekend I would like to pose some questions from the life of Father Schuster.       Question: During the course of a year, the pastor is the celebrant at many funerals. In celebrating a funeral, what is the one symbol which is not used? Paschal/Easter Candle Incense Oils Pall Aspergillum (Used in […]

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Announcements

The KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS will host a dinner on Saturday, June 23rd. All men and their families are invited. Please see the bulletin insert for more details. On Tuesday, June 26th, Resurrection will host ALAN AMES for a healing Mass and service. Please see the bulletin for more details. The first OPEN SING of the […]

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Musical Musings from Joy

Next weekend, we will have our first Open Sing of the year. We’ve had one before and I’ve mentioned it in previous articles, but I’m still getting some questions. Hopefully this will help you decide whether or not you want to take part! What is an “Open Sing”? An Open Sing is the opportunity to […]

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Weekly Words from The Rock

On this weekend of honoring the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, I would like to share a couple of questions which I have kept in my bulletin folder. The first one comes once again from Msgr. Charles Pope found in the July 31, 2016 edition of Our Sunday Visitor on page 15. Question: The […]

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Musical Musings from Joy

As the school year draws to a close, so does the 2017-2018 Music Ministry. This was the most fulfilling year I could have hoped for, and I hope those of you who are with us regularly got to witness their gifts and talents, too. To say I am proud of and humbled by them is […]

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Weekly Words from The Rock

Memorial Day. Here are some of my thoughts on Memorial Day. “Memorial Day – a time to honor our fallen war heroes, a time to honor loved ones who have passed on, a time for quiet prayers of thanks for the battles fought for our freedom. Memorial Day is a time of remembrance shared by […]

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Ian Callanan In Concert

  March 9, 2019

Ian Callanan  In Concert Ian Callanan is one of Ireland’s leading composers of liturgical music. For more than 10 years, Ian has travelled throughout Europe and the United States as a concert performer, workshop speaker, and retreat leader. Ian is well known for his ability to get people excited about being music ministers. Come join […]

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