PARISH, LOCAL AND DIOCESAN EVENTS
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Parish events and notices
Did you graduate?
We’d like to acknowledge again this year our parishioners who have completed advanced studies during the past year.
Send the following information: name, institution, degree, etc. to email@example.com as soon as possible. We congratulate you and are proud of your accomplishments.
Christmas Bazaar 2022
Christmas Bazaar Meeting: May 20 at 10:00 AM in Hospitality Room
We are looking for people to join our Bazaar Committee. Please join us. It is fun as much as it is work. If you are unable to attend this meeting but are interested in joining the committee, call Cathy DeCataldo at 762-4755 or Nancy Benoit at 776-7908
Recycling soda cans for the Bazaar
Drop your rinsed cans off in the marked containers, located at the back entrance to the church.
The cash we get will help us get gift certificates to be used at the bazaar. We will all benefit .
Thank you, The Bazaar Committee.
We are starting early to request Gift Certificates and Bottles of Wine.
If you received a Gift Card or bottle of wine for Christmas that you don’t plan on using we would be more than happy if you regifted it for our Bazaar. We will also be more than happy if you could donate a bottle or $20 gift card a month until our November 12 Bazaar instead of all at the same time. That booth was one of our big money maker and we ran out early once again.
We are looking for people who knit, crochet and quilt.
Because we are 10 months away from our bazaar this would be a great time to start working on afghans, since truly these are the money makers.
Our inventory has been depleted and need the following:
You can also call Nancy Benoit at 766-7908, or Yvette Houle at 766-5663
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Pray the Rosary at 8 AM on Saturdays after morning mass... both in-person and virtual... details here
Quo Vadis Camp
Quo Vadis Days is a camp for incoming 9th – 12th grade boys (including recent graduates). It seeks to empower young men through friendship, faith, and vocational discernment.
The theme of this year’s camp is inspired by the life and witness of Blessed Carlo Acutis, a Catholic Italian teenager who died in 2006, was beatified Oct. 10, 2020 in Assisi. He has become a patron for the youth.
Are you interested - or know someone who may be interested? Contact Fr. Brian at firstname.lastname@example.org or 401-331-1316.
Holy Hour of Adoration
Sundays from 12 Noon to 1 PM at the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul, Fenner St. (or 1 Cathedral Square), Providence
Mother of Hope Day Camp
is a traditional 8 week summer camp for kids aged 5-12 located on Beautiful Echo Lake in Chepachet, RI.
Camp runs from June 20thAug13th Mother of Hope is the reason why kids love summer with fishing, canoeing, praying, Playing, swimming, hiking, archery, pretending, weekly camp events, weekly mass and so much more. Open house is Saturday May 14th from 11-3pm. Go to www.motherofhope.com to register your child. Email email@example.com with any questions! Registrations are now open!
SUMMER JOBS at Mother of Hope Camp:
MOTHER OF HOPE CAMP IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR LIMITED POSITIONS!COLLEGE STUDENTS, COME JOIN THE MOH SUMMER DAY CAMP TEAM!
Mother of Hope Camp is seeking fun, energetic, and nurturing applicants who are exceptional role models, enjoy the outdoors, and enjoy working with children. M to F, 7 hrs/ day, Free Bus Transportation from many RI locations, training opportunities, & amazing work environment! Evenings and weekends FREE!
Diocesan Youth Day 2022
September 10... check out the details and video on our Youth Ministry page
Men of St Joseph Annual Conference
The Men of St Joseph is holding its annual Men’s Conference on August 6th from 8:00AM to 3:30PM at Mc Vinney Auditorium in Providence. This year Peter Herbeck and Reverend Christopher Murphy, two dynamic speakers, will speak on the theme “Our Hope is in the Name of the Lord”. Cost for the conference is $50.00 and includes breakfast and lunch.
To register contact Jeff Pelletier (401.864.4371) or online through Eventbrite. For more information visit www.mosji.or
Public Rosary for Pro-Life and community
We are having a public rosary prayer the first Saturday of every month at Holy Trinity Parish, Park Square, Woonsocket. We will be praying the rosary in front of Holy Trinity Parish. We want to get as many men (and women) to join us, to pray for our community. This is following the inspiration and lead of one of our men of St. Joseph, Paul Laprade who led the America needs Fatima public prayer in the past. We have passed the word to others such as Knights of Columbus as well. All are welcome. This is a way for us to pray and evangelize, and make an impact on our community, for us to step forward and take action!!
Knights of Columbus
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Woonsocket Council 113 K. of C. are looking for new members to join us and put your Faith Into Action! If you are a man 18 years or older, we would like you to join us in Making A Difference. Go to www.kofc.org/ joinus when asked for a council enter 113 and just follow the prompts. If you join online membership is free until the end of the year 2022, just enter the Promo Code MCGIVNEY2020.
Beacon Hospice provides quality end of life care to locally terminally ill patients. We are looking for caring and compassionate individuals in our area to spend time with our patients from a volunteer. Volunteers can provide much needed support to patients and their families in a number of ways including:
-Visiting with patients on an ongoing basis -Sitting vigils
-Knitting, crocheting, quilting blankets
- Creating memory posters
- Providing music therapy
- Veterans visiting veterans
- Assisting in veteran pinning ceremonies There is free training course that is requires on what hospice is and how to interact with hospice patients. The trainings are held locally. For more information, interested volunteers should contact Ashley Toste Volunteer Coordinator at (401) 438-0008 or Asley.Toste@amedisys.com
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