September 27, 2020
YDISCIPLES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS - GRADES 10-12
YDisciples is an opportunity to gather and share in a small group of 6-8 of your peers to help one another grow in knowledge of the faith, learn how faith is relevant to your lives as teenagers in the 21st century, and help one another to live that faith. Form a group of your friends or we can connect you with a group.
Any adults who are interested in serving as a mentor to a group is encouraged to contact us as well.
For more information contact Bea or Fr. David at #508-992-7505 and/or click the link below to fill out a contact form.
Msgr. A.G.Considine Scholarship Fund
"Shop to Support Scholarships"
September 25th thru October 9th
We hope you join us in shopping to support scholarships!
Msgr. A.G. Considine Scholarship Fund is hosting a virtual "Shop to Support Scholarships" event. We have multiple vendors who will be donating a percentage of sales directly to the scholarship fund.
To shop, go to our Facebook page: Msgr. A. G. Considine Scholarship Fund, join the group, and follow the event.
For more information or to have the catalog shopping links sent directly
to your email or you can call/text: email@example.com
We are looking for faithful adults who are interested in the spiritual growth and lives of our teens. Volunteers are needed to work with the Faith Formation staff with Middle School Youth Ministry, Purpose (Confirmation Prep), and YDisciples (High School Students).
For more information, please contact Beni or Bea in the Faith Formation Office.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - Phone: 508-992-7505
Prayer Line: If you would like to have someone prayed for please either call the Parish Office at 508-992-7505, submit the prayer request on our website, or email: email@example.com
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THE NEED IS GREAT - YOU CAN HELP!
The Solanus Casey Food Pantry at Catholic Social Services in New Bedford is in great need of canned goods and other non-perishable food items. The number of people served at this pantry has grown from an average of 150 people to over 500 people.
Any donation made, large or small, will directly benefit those families in need.
The following suggested items are requested:
• Breakfast Cereal
• Canned Meats
• Canned Soups
• Canned Tuna
• Canned Vegetables
• Dry Beans (1 lb. bags)
• Macaroni & Cheese
• Pasta & Pasta Sauce
• Peanut Butter
• Rice (1 lb. bags)
PLEASE NOTE: The food pantry is unable to accept any opened boxes or containers or any items past their expiration date.
You can bring your donation to the main entrance of the Parish Center. There is a storage bin to the left of the double doors where you may leave your donation (We retrieve items from this bin regularly throughout the week) or you can bring it to the St. Mary's Social Concern's food pantry donation station at the Farmer's Market on Fridays, from 1pm to 6pm, through October 16th.
Thank you for your continued generous support!
The Parish Office has been moved to the Parish Center (789 Dartmouth Street).
There is a mail slot at the main entrance of the Parish Center, to the right of the double doors, for items that need to be left for the office.
We are still closed to in-person business, for the time being.
Please call the office or send an email to complete parish business. The new phone number is 508-992-7505. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org