Fr. Joe Jagodensky posted a thank you on his blog. If you are interested, you may view it at: https://joejagodensky.com/2017/08/27/thank-you-st-sebastianparish/ If you missed Fr. Joe’s last, memorable homily on the 27th of August visit,
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Starting June 12, and for the remainder of the summer, Monday through Thursday, the parish house office will close at 7:30 pm. The office will still be open 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on... Continue reading »
Now is the perfect time to shop for First Communion, Confirmation, Wedding, Birthday and Mother’s Day gifts. All new sewn items from Teosinte and wooden crafts from El Salvador have just arrived. Stop in... Continue reading »
Canning jars made by companies like Mason, Ball and Kerr withstand high heat and pressure. They’re surprisingly expensive and for small farmers making jams, salsas and pickled products, the cost of canning jars cuts... Continue reading »
Spring cleaning? Set aside your usable items for the St. Vincent de Paul Bundle Weekend on Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23 at St. Catherine’s.
Although April is National Volunteer Month, we want to recognize all the special work being done in March. So much good is taking place: Last Friday’s fish fry broke a record for the most... Continue reading »
As you consider your faith journey in 2017, please consider the following Holy Week dates. See complete schedule here.
This year’s date for Mulchfest is January 7, 2016. This event, sponsored by the Washington Heights Neighborhood Association will again be held in Washington Park from 1-4. Bring your real tree, free of decorations... Continue reading »
Join us in studying Jim Wallis’ Book: America’s Original Sin: Racism, White Privilege, and the Bridge to New America. The discussion will extend over six weeks, with three meeting options each week. Sessions will... Continue reading »
Visit this site, or click here to download a legal-paper calendar as you consider your faith journey in 2016.