Upcoming Events ~ Outside of Greene County
MAGNIFICAT MORGANTOWN PRAYER BREAKFAST
Ladies, come to the Magnificat Morgantown prayer breakfast on
Saturday, August 18, from 9 am to Noon
at Lakeview Resort, One Lakeview Dr, Morgantown, WV 26508.
Hear dynamic speaker Diane Dudenhoefer. Born into a Catholic family and the eldest of three, Diane’s childhood was punctuated by an ever-increasing estrangement from her father. She was educated in Catholic schools for all but 2 years of her life, but it was through a silent retreat in high school that, years later, she realized the Holy Spirit had begun moving in her. She married her husband Jim, the day after she graduated college, and worked as a teacher for a year and a half before starting a family. She became a stay at home mom which demanded an adjustment but she was able to meet good friends in a bible study. During these years she was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. Stricken with fear, she shared her diagnosis with a Protestant friend in bible study who shared with her about Baptism in the Holy Spirit in the Protestant Church. This experience of the Holy Spirit was the beginning of a journey that brought her to a healing of the arthritis, reconciliation with her father and a life in the Holy Spirit in her beloved Catholic Church. Among other areas of service, Diane is the Chapters in Formation Chairman for the Magnificat CST and the Asst. Coordinator of the Huron, OH Chapter. She and her husband Jim have been married 52 years, have 2 children and 9 grandchildren. Come hear her inspirational story of healing and growth in the power of the Holy Spirit. Cost of the breakfast is $21. To register, go to www.magnificatmorgantown.org. Registration deadline is August 11th
MAGNIFICAT PITTSBURGH PRAYER BREAKFAST
Ladies, come to the Magnificat Pittsburgh prayer breakfast on
Saturday, August 25, from 9 am to Noon
at the Double Tree by Hilton, Cranberry Twp.
Hear dynamic speaker Dr. Carol Razza who will minister to you and tell her story of God’s work to free her from the lies that put her in a place of fear and shame. Through God she broke free to live His purpose and plan for her. She will remind you that the Father speaks freedom into our lives and that is our dwelling place. Carol is a psychotherapist, author, and on faculty at a seminary in Florida. Cost of the breakfast is $23. To register, call Kay, 724-772-6749 or Pam, 412-461 -8906 or go to www.magnificatpittsburgh.org. Registration deadline is August 17th.
LIFELINE OF LISTENING FRIENDS SUICIDE LOSS SUPPORT GROUPS
Grieving the loss of a loved one is one of the hardest things we have to do in life and it is best done with the help of others. “Lifeline of Listening Friends” is a bereavement program that offers support group programs for those who are grieving the loss of a loved one. Insightful DVDs, selected resources materials and most important time spent with listening friends, are used to help guide people through the stages of grief and along the healing pathway to a new normal. Grieving the loss of a loved who has completed suicide however, requires a support group dedicated to addressing their unique emotional pain and grief. Listening Friends has four “Grief & Loss Support Groups” specifically for people whose loved one has died from suicide. Each support group meets monthly at various parish locations throughout the Diocese of Pittsburgh, and people are welcome to attend any of our meetings and at any time.
The Suicide Loss Support Group of Washington County meets the
2nd Wednesday of each month from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
at St. Benedict the Abbot Parish, 120 Abington Dr. McMurray, PA 15317 in Peters Township.
In addition, all of our Support Group Facilitators have been trained by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to help people deal with the emotional pain of a suicide death. For more information contact Program Coordinator, Jack Shaw at 412-508-5383 or email@example.com or visit the webpage at www.mylifelinepittsburgh.org.
Upcoming Events ~ District-wide (Greene & SE Washington Counties)
Regional Evangelization Meeting:
- Monday, August 27, 2018, from 6:30-8:30 PM at Drexel Hall, Saint Katharine Drexel Parish, 126 Church St., Bentleyville, PA 15314
This meeting is sponsored by the Diocese of Pittsburgh to introduce the School of Missionary Discipleship . Anyone interested in getting involved with the new evangelization should attend this meeting. There is no cost to attend.
Click here to Sign Up.
Upcoming Events ~ Greene County
Tim Francis Presents “DO YOU BELIEVE IN MIRACLES?” Click here for Flyer.
Tuesday, October 2nd, and Wednesday, October 3rd, from 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Same presentation each night.
Tim Francis shares with us his quest for truth. He has since conducted over 500 parish missions conveying the meaning of the miracles Watch Tim explain what this is all about on this short video: www.ScienceTestsFaith.com/StHugh.
4:00 pm -- St. Thomas, Clarksville
4:45 pm -- Our Lady of Consolation, Nemacolin
6:00 pm -- St. Hugh, Carmichaels
6:00 pm -- St. Ann, Waynesburg
8:00 am -- St. Mary's, Crucible
8:30 am -- St. Ann, Waynseburg
9:30 am -- St. Hugh, Carmichaels
10:30 am -- St. Marcellus, Jefferson
11:00 am -- Sacred Heart, Rices Landing
11:15 am -- St. Ann/Waynesburg University Mass
4:00 pm -- St. Ignatius, Bobtown
8:00 am -- St. Ignatius, Bobtown T, TH
9:00 am -- St. Hugh, Carmichaels M,T,W,TH,F
9:00 am -- St. Thomas, Clarksville M, W
12:15 pm -- St. Ann, Waynesburg F
6:30 pm -- St. Ann, Waynesburg W
Please see the bulletin for weekly adjustments
St. Ann, Waynesburg: After Mass or by Appointment
St. Hugh, Carmichaels: 11:00 to 11:30 am, also by appointment
St. Thomas, Clarksville: 3:30 pm, First Saturday of each month at Noon.
Our Lady of Consolation, Nemacolin: One half hour before evening Mass
Please consult Calendar of Events for Mass Schedule on Holy Days of Obligation
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
St. Ann Parish Office:
Monday through Friday: 8:30 am to 4 pm
St. Thomas Parish office:
Monday, Wednesday & Fridays: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm