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Weekly Bulletin – January 8, 2012

January 7, 2012

Weekly Schedule

Sunday,           Jan. 8, 2012

Sunday after Theophany *

10:00 AM

Divine Liturgy              for parish

following liturgy

Fellowship in St. Mary’s Hall – everyone is invited

Knights of Columbus meeting in rectory

Monday,          Jan. 9, 2012


10:45 AM

Divine Liturgy        †Bill Kotarski

6:00 PM


Tuesday,       Jan. 10, 2012


10:45 AM

Divine Liturgy    †Nicholas Luisi

6:30 PM

Patristics Theology Class

Wed.,             Jan. 11, 2012

Theodosius Venerable

7:00 PM

Ancient Healing Service

Thursday,      Jan. 12, 2012


9 AM – 7:00 PM

Baking in St. Mary’s Hall

Friday,           Jan. 13, 2012


6:00 PM

Divine Liturgy  †Carolyn Pickett

Saturday,       Jan. 14, 2012


5:30 PM

Vigil Divine Liturgy            for parish

Sunday,         Jan. 15, 2012

31st Sunday after Pentecost *

10:00 AM

Divine Liturgy             for parish

following liturgy

fellowship in St. Mary’s Hall
Note: * designates obligation to attend liturgy




This is one of the first devotions to the Blessed Mother. Our parish is unique in that we celebrate this full, rich supplication to the Theotokos each week. Set aside your Monday evenings to celebrate the Paraklesis.



Envelopes & 2012 calendars are in St. Mary’s Hall. Pick up yours today. We’re using the 2011 envelopes for 2012 since we want to use our existing supply and save a portion of a tree.


Events Calendar

  • The Patristics Theology class is Tuesday at 6:30 PM.
  • The first Ancient Healing Service in 2012 will be Wednesday, January 11 at 7 PM.
  • The next work day is Saturday, January 21.
  • The Knights of Columbus Brunch is scheduled for Sunday, January 22, following the Divine Liturgy.


House Blessings

The new Jordan water was blessed Friday evening, January 6th. It is our tradition to bless all parishioners’ homes in the few weeks following the celebration of Theophany. Please let the rectory know when you’re available to have Fr. Sid bless your home.  Use the House Blessing form in the back of the church.



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