Get your subs and pizzas for the big game.
The Knights are once again selling Marianna’s 14 inch Famous Hoagies in Italian and Turkey as well as a limited quantity of Marianna’s 12 inch pizzas.
Sales will be after 4:30 p.m. Mass on February 10 and all the morning Masses on February 11. Subs and pizzas are $10.00 each.
Proceeds will be used to financially support a seminarian.
Youth Ministry “Kick Off”
Friday, January 5
6:00—8:00 pm ▪ Room 109
Meet other parish youth, eat pizza, play games & learn more about Youth Ministry
Oreos & Our Father
Saturday, January 13
6:00—8:00 pm ▪ Room 109
Learn about the Our Father while enjoying some sweets.
Bring a church bulletin & be entered to win a prize
Bible Study Night
Wednesday, February 7, 2024
5:00 —7:00 pm ▪ Leo Hall
We’ll be studying the Bible & enjoying Bible themed foods & games
St. Patrick’s Day Pot Luck
Saturday, March 16 ▪ 5:30—8:00 pm (after 4:30 p.m. Mass) Leo Hall
Enjoy fellowship, food and fun while we learn abut St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland and migrants
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“The parish is not an outdated institution; precisely because it possesses great flexibility…depending on the openness and missionary creativity of the pastor and the community.”POPE FRANCIS, THE JOY OF THE GOSPEL
November 23 through December 17, 2023
On Thanksgiving Day, our tree will be on display in the narthex, decorated with gift tags for seven different organizations. You may select a tag from the tree, purchase that item and return your gift (wrapped or unwrapped) to the parish office or the narthex.
Or you may choose a tag from our virtual Christmas Giving Tree 2023 Virtual Giving Tree at 2023 Giving Tree. GIFTS ARE DUE ON DECEMBER 17 AT 1:00 PM.
Select a virtual tag, purchase your gift, and return directly to parish office or in the narthex. When the gift arrives, the tag will be matched to the gift.
You will notice many organizations are asking for gift cards. Many are distributed to clients early, so they can shop for their families which provides a sense of ownership and pride. Remember to shop early so our elves can deliver throughout December. And as always, your generosity is very much appreciated.
NOVEMBER 29-DECEMBER 20 • 6:30 P.M.-8:00 P.M
Find Peace this Advent—Join us for a Women’s Advent Discussion Group. Come learn to experience greater joy and peace throughout the Advent season and beyond. This year’s special focus is on finding silence and peace in a noisy world and in our noisy hearts. The Rejoice! Journal will help you rediscover that childlike joy and arrive at Christmas with a deeper peace and anticipation, eagerly awaiting the birth of Christ. The journal includes a word, a meditation, and a prayer prompt for each day, as well as beautiful artwork. We will gather on Wednesday evenings, November 29-December 20, from 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. in Room 103. To register, please contact Alycia at 717.564.1321 x 132 or firstname.lastname@example.org
RESPECT LIFE ROSARY CALENDAR PROJECT
Please consider joining our parish Respect Life Rosary project, in which parishioners and friends are assigned a monthly date to pray the rosary on their own for the intention of a greater respect for all human life. Our goal has been to keep a continual vigil of prayer for this vital issue. Please call Laura at 717.350.4295 if you would like to be included in the upcoming calendar (January thru April 2024).
November 5 marks the start of National Vocation Awareness Week!
Watch this video to learn more about some of the ways God calls us to lives of self-giving love…and pray about how we can encourage openness to vocations in our St. Catherine’s community!
- $15.00 per ornament
- Limited quantities available
- 1st in a series of 7 ornaments (there will be one for each window)
- Proceeds benefit Garden Club
Bishop Senior will celebrate Mass for All Souls Day on Thursday, November 2 at 8 a.m. at Saint Catherine Labouré Church, Harrisburg. Following the Mass, the Bishop will visit the graves of several former Bishops of Harrisburg, which are laid to rest in Holy Cross Cemetery, Harrisburg. All are invited to join Bishop Senior for Mass as we pray for the souls of the faithful departed.