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HELP US HELP THE HOMELESS

In conjunction with “Showers of Hope,” who offer showers for homeless men & women, the
members of the Saints Cosmos & Damian Society have placed a large container in the atrium which we hope will be filled with new undergarments (socks, t-shirts, boxer shorts, panties & sports bras) to clothe the homeless. This container will be available until Thanksgiving. Since we are preparing for winter, gloves, hats & scarves are also welcome. We hope our fellow
parishioners will help us fill this container as we all strive to do God’s work on earth.


Lasagna Sale

St. Anthony’s Holy Name Society

Pan Serves 9 -- $28.00
Pick Up: Saturday, Nov 23. 2:30 – 4:00 in the Church Hall
Fresh or Frozen (Uncooked)

To Order, Call Nick at 748-8686
Remember to specify Fresh or Frozen when ordering
Also available:
Sauce-$6.00/Qt. Meatballs-3 /$5.00
Order ahead/pay at pickup.
Last day to order Sunday, Nov. 17


Prepare to Celebrate Christ’s Coming

ADVENT WREATH WORKSHOP

Saturday, November 30 Anytime between 10:00 am & 1:00 pm

Sign Up in the Atrium

Everyone is invited to participate 
(families, singles, youth)

No crafting experience necessary!

$5 charge includes candles, bows, plates with foam, evergreens and lunch.

We will provide all supplies, but please bring your own clippers and gloves (if you have them). A light lunch of homemade soups, breads, and desserts will be served. The wreaths will be blessed and then taken home. Sign-ups are in the atrium for volunteers to make soups and desserts. Please call Mary Ann Dorner at 754-4236 or email at maryannlovesteaching@yahoo.com for more information.


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Masses

St. Anthony:
Saturday
5:15 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM
Mon, Wed, Fri 8:30 AM
Confessions Mon, Wed, Fri 8:00 AM


St. Joseph:
Saturday
 4:00 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM
Tues, Thurs 8:30 AM
Confessions Tues, Thurs 8:00 AM, Sat 3 PM


A Resource of Catholic Moral Teaching on End-of-Life Issues
This guide is designed to explain the moral principles of Catholic teaching with regard to end-of-life decision-making.