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CONGRATULATIONS SECOND GRADERS!

 

On Wednesday, March 18, Fr. Steve and I had the pleasure of coofficiating at the First Reconciliation for our 36 second graders which represent both the school and CCD children. Reconciliation (also called Penance or Confession) is the way that we experience God’s healing love and forgiveness. These children will now be able to go to confession as often as they wish throughout their lifetime. Their names are: Benjamin Balla, Ava Bradley, Grace Byrne, Maclaren Cenci, Josephine Crokus, Peter Chuberko, Gianna D’Agostino, Joseph Dial, Cecilia Doughty, Connor Evans, Nico Ferrari, Julianne Fontano, Abigail Griffith, Reilly Griffith, Madelyn Hailstones, Benjamin Hill, Paige Kessler, James LoCoco, Nicholas LoCoco, Zachary Lovas, Alexis Manso, Adam Memije, Justin Nguyen, Emily Ondechek, Brendan Peters, Hayden Price, Hannah Pruss, Rease Solomon, Luke Spadone, Maura Sjpadone, Michael Spadone, Rachel Szymanski, Ryan Szymanski, Ryan Valentine, Daniel Venditti & Gretchen Waruszewski. These children will be receiving their First Holy Communion on Sunday, May 3, 2015 at North American Martyrs Church at 1:00 pm. Please pray for them!

 

Silhouette Stations of the Cross

Our Drama Club, under the direction of Mrs. Nikki Laubham, Mrs. Cindy Pascoe, Mrs. Samantha Odorisio, and Mrs. Cathy Clark, will present a most moving Lenten production. Our students will perform a dramatization entitled “Silhouette Stations of the Cross”. This beautiful journey will begin at 7:15 PM in the church. Please plan on joining us for this touching presentation.

 

Youth Group Fellowship Gatherings

All are welcome to our Youth Group fellowship gatherings each Thursday night in DeLuca Hall from 7:00-9:00 PM!

 

 

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