COVER SHEET CHURCH NAME: St. Mary’s Catholic Church

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St. Mary’s Catholic Church
310 Duke Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
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Thank you for your help! God bless you!
St. Mary’s Catholic Church
FOUNDED IN 1795
310 SOUTH ROYAL STREET • ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA
Rev. Dennis W. Kleinmann, Pastor
Rev. Robert L. Ruskamp, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Michael J.R. Kelly, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Jean Claude Atusameso, In Residence
Rectory
310 Duke Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314 • 703-836-4100 • Fax: 703-549-3605
Website: http://www.saintmaryparish.net
St. Mary’s School (PK-8) - Mrs. Janet Cantwell, Principal (703-549-1646) • Fax: 703-519-0840;
Main Building 400 Green Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314; Website: http://www.stmarys-alexva.org
Stephens Hall (Jr. High & Registrar) 703-549-3488
St. Mary’s School of Religion (CCD) and (RCIA) - Jeanne Guerin, Director of Religious Education,
(703-836-5450), Marianne Skees - Coordinator of Youth & Young Adult Outreach (571-319-1975)
Director of Music - Dr. Charles Saik (703-684-5308)
Sunday Masses:
Saturday Eve Vigil - 5:00 PM
Sunday - 7:00 AM & 8:30 AM, (9:15 AM - Children’s Mass, St. Mary’s School, 400 Green St.),
10:00 AM (Nursery in Lyceum, 313 Duke St.)
11:30 AM, 1:00 PM & (Vespers - Evening Prayer 4:30 PM) 5:00 PM
Weekday Masses:
Monday through Friday - 6:30, 8:00 AM, 12:10 PM
Federal, National Holidays and Holy Days - Please see bulletin for schedule of Masses
Saturday - 8:00 AM only
Novenas and Adoration at the Church:
Miraculous Medal Novena - Monday - noon
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Thursday 12:30 to 7:30 PM
Mother of Perpetual Help Novena and Holy Hour Thursday - 7:30 PM
Nocturnal Adoration - every First Friday, 9 PM to Saturday 6 AM
Holy Hour for Life - every First Saturday following 8:00 AM Mass
Confessions:
Monday - Friday following the 12:10 PM Mass
Saturday - 4:00 to 5:00 PM and 7:00 to 7:30 PM
Thursday - 7:30 PM (during Holy Hour)
First Saturday - 8:30 AM (during Holy Hour)
Baptisms:
Every Sunday at 2:15 PM. Please call the Rectory
to register in advance and obtain regulations
concerning godparents, etc.
Marriages:
Contact Parish Priest at least six months before
possible wedding date. Couples who are living
together will be asked to live separately during
marriage preparation time.
Project Rachel, post-abortion help
Gabriel Project, pregnancy help
1-888-456-HOPE
1-866-444-3553
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October 31, 2010
FROM GREEN TO GOLD
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
ALL SAINTS DAY
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2010
Dorothy Hill
Jamie McLaughlin
Albert and Catherine Wavering, Sr.
Special Intention: Walter Robinson
6:30
8:00
12:10
7:30
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
ALL SOULS DAY
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2010
All Souls Novena
Helen P. Sudder, Birthday
Charles and Louise Montavon
Deceased Parishioners of St. Mary
6:30
8:00
12:10
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMEBR 3, 2010
A.M. Mary E. Conway, Anniversary
A.M. All Souls Novena
P.M. Special Intention: Roberta Bauer, Birthday
6:30
8:00
12:10
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2010
A.M. All Souls Novena
A.M. Karen P. Murphy
P.M. Domenico Caporaletti, Anniversary
6:30
8:00
12:10
7:30
FRIDAY, NOVEMEBR 5, 2010
6:30 A.M. Harold W. Barnes
8:00 A.M. All Souls Novena
12:10 P.M. Melissa A. Mosqueda
8:00
5:00
SATURDAY, NOVEMEBR 6, 2010
A.M. Thomas and Pamela Janora
P.M. All Souls Novena (Fr. Kelly)
THIRTY-SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
NOVEMBER 7, 2010
7:00 A.M. Stephen A. Jurcak (Fr. Kelly)
8:30 A.M. Parishioners of St. Mary (Fr. Kleinmann)
9:15 A.M. All Souls Novena (Fr. Ruskamp)
10:00 A.M. Dorothy Hill (Fr. Jean Claude)
11:30 A.M. Jerry Lepisko (Fr. Kelly)
1:00 P.M. Marjorie DuFosse (Fr. Ruskamp)
5:00 P.M. Richard Livingston,
Estelle and René Robichaux (Fr. Kleinmann)
We welcome through the Sacrament of Baptism
Sarah Elizabeth Danshaw
Cecilia Estelle Brid McCormack
Leia Marie Penetrante
Veronica Kathleen Sitton
PRAYER TO THE SAINTS AND ANGELS BEFORE MASS
Angels, Archangels, Thrones, Dominions, Principalities, Powers, heavenly Virtues, Cherubim
and Seraphim; all Saints of God, holy men and women, and especially my patrons:
intercede for me that I may be worthy to offer this Sacrifice to almighty God,
to the praise and glory of His name, for my own welfare and also that of all His holy Church.
Amen.
The Packers did it! They did what they could not last
year; they beat the Vikings and their former quarterback, who has
been embroiled in all kinds of controversy of late. It was a rather
sloppy game last Sunday in Green Bay, but the Packers came out
on top. It is now questionable, ironically, after so many consecutive
starts, whether that Vikings field chief even starts this weekend as
he suffered two ankle fractures. Where the rest of the season
goes for both the Packers and the Redskins is yet to be
determined.
One thing that is determined is that this Sunday is the day
for our parish’s annual Oktoberfest, our German festival for good
times, good music, good food, and good drink. It runs from 2:00 to
5:00 P.M. Sunday afternoon at the school. There are games for
the children, the succulent roasted pig, the great sausages, and
wonderful desserts. This event is not a parish fundraiser, although
donations are accepted. It is meant to be a time to bring
parishioners of all ages together for an afternoon of fun and
sharing one another’s fellowship. That can be somewhat difficult
for a parish our size. This fest, however, seems to overcome that
potential problem and to fulfill that task. I certainly hope and pray it
goes well again this year, so plan on joining us! Pray also for good
weather.
Last week here I mentioned that I was truly inspired by
what I encountered on the parish pilgrimage to Poland. I
particularly found the city of Krakow to be a place of great faith. I
said last week that I would continue that discussion this week. It
really is hard to describe in words what was experienced. We
were told that, thankfully, Krakow was not destroyed by the War, so
unlike some other cities in Poland the Communists did not have to
rebuild this city. It, therefore, maintains the exquisite charm that
many European cities have. In addition there are Catholic
churches everywhere. It helps that Poland is predominately
Catholic. Of course so too is France and Italy along with some
other European countries. What makes Poland different, however,
is that the people there still actually practice the Faith. In these
other places the Catholic culture is there, as it is in Poland to some
extent, but the majority of the people, sadly, no longer attend
church. Their faith seems to mean little to them. Not in Poland!
Young and old fill the churches we had the privilege of
visiting in Poland. As I commented last week nearly every church
had adoration, i.e., the Blessed Sacrament was exposed
somewhere in the church and people were there praying. I realize
this country has been through much with the Nazis (we visited
Auschwitz) and the Communists, but one could not help but be
struck by what the Faith meant to these people. That in turn was
contagious. It was so moving to enter these churches and see the
local people, not just the visiting pilgrims, there praying and
participating in the various liturgical services—Mass, adoration,
vespers, etc. I only wish and pray we here in this country and at
St. Mary’s could have similar priorities and a similar willingness to
really take the Faith so seriously that it would have central place in
our lives. This does not mean that we don’t live our Faith. Our
country is much better than most European ones right now and I
think people here at St. Mary’s do make God a priority. We,
however, could be doing so much more. I remember what it was
like when I was growing up in Wisconsin. It is a different situation
today, but it need not be. Something we all can work on.
As we conclude this month of October, the month of the
Rosary, of respecting life, and of a greater awareness of those with
disabilities, we might want to try and make more time for prayer.
As November begins we also pray for our deceased loved ones.
In Christ,
Fr. Kleinmann
Thirty-first Sunday In Ordinary Time
VOCATIONS
Lord Jesus, You search us and You know the depths of our hearts.
Grant us the grace not to be afraid to follow Your call to holiness and bless all
those whom You have chosen to serve Your people as priests, deacons and
consecrated religious sisters and brothers. Amen.
“The Son of Man came to seek out and to save the lost.”
Will you share in Christ’s saving mission as a priest, deacon or in the
consecrated life? Call Father Brian Bashista at 703.841.2514, or write:
[email protected]
O Sacred Heart of Jesus, I place my trust in You!
LEGION OF MARY: Members now meet Mondays, 7:35 P.M., in the St.
Joachim Room of the Lyceum for prayer, discussion, and assigned apostolic
works. For more information, please contact Fidel Delgado, 703.721.9677 or
[email protected]
RCIA (RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION FOR ADULTS): Are you interested in
becoming Catholic? Or in learning more about the Catholic Faith? God the
Son, Jesus Christ (Catechism 430-478), presented by Fr. Kleinmann, is the
RCIA topic for November 1st. While classes are directed to those inquiring about
the Catholic faith, ALL are welcome. Parish priests lead the 90minute sessions in a systematic review of the teachings of the Catholic Church.
The 2010 schedule of class topics is posted at the parish website. RCIA meets
most Mondays at 7:30 P.M. in the Auditorium of the St. Mary Lyceum at 313
Duke Street.
FEAST OF ALL SAINTS: Due to November 1st falling on a Monday,
the Feast of All Saints is not a Holy Day of Obligation. There will be
one additional Mass offered that day at 7:30 P.M.
BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE
Parishioners are invited to inscribe the names of their beloved deceased in our
Book of Remembrance located in the Sacred Heart Shrine.
WINE TASTING FUNDRAISER: The Catholic Daughters, Court Kavanaugh
#54 will hold their 5th Annual Wine Tasting on Saturday, November 6, 6:30
P.M. in the Lyceum Auditorium, 313 Duke Street. Please come join us for an
evening of foods and wines recalling the lives of the great saints. Donation:
$35.00. For tickets please contact Elizabeth Scheuren,[email protected],
or Marjorie Niehaus, [email protected]
STS. ANNE AND JOACHIM SOCIETY is planning a trip to St. Bridget of Ireland
Church in Berryville, VA. on November 10. They will attend a Mass at 12 noon
celebrated by Father Krempa and then have lunch with Father Krempa at the
historic Battletown Inn. The cost for bus transportation, lunch and a contribution
is $45 for members and $50 for non-members. The bus limit is 25 people. Any
additional attendees will need to provide their own transportation, but are more
than welcome to join the group at Mass and lunch. The cost without
transportation is $25. Anyone wishing to attend should contact Tom May at
703.960.9344 (email [email protected]) or Barbara Juszczyk at 703.683.6834
(email [email protected]).
ST. MARY’S TEENS
Our next event for teens is a hike on November 6th to Great Falls, MD and the
Billy Goat Trail. It will have fantastic fall views and lots of fun. Check out our
website with up to date information at http://saintmarysyouth.wordpress.com.
Interested in helping out with our teen events? We are need of members to be
on our adult team of volunteers! Contact our coordinator, Marianne Skees, at
[email protected] or by phone at 571.319.1975 to learn more
about the commitment.
Have an extra couch, DVD player or game system? Our teens are looking for
some items for our youth room and would love donations. Please contact our
office at 571.319.1975 if you have something we might be able to use.
ST. MARY’S CONTEMPORARY CHOIR welcomes singers and
instrumentalists. Rehearsals are Tuesday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30 P.M. For
more information please contact Claire Fallon at 703.683.2509 or
[email protected]
THE PARISH CHOIR rehearses every Wednesday evenings at 7:30 P.M. in the
Lyceum. Please call Dr. Saik at 703.684.5308 for details.
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PRO-LIFE CORNER
The family is fundamental because it is the place where there
germinates in the human soul the first perception of the
meaning of life. … This perception grows in the relationship
with the mother and with the father,
who are not the owners of the life of the children
but the first collaborators with God
in the transmission of life and the faith.
Pope Benedict XVI, Palermo, Italy, 10/4/10
Immaculate Heart of Mary, please pray for us.
40 DAYS FOR LIFE POTLUCK DINNER AND VICTORY CELEBRATION
All are invited to the 40 Days for Life - Alexandria, VA potluck dinner and Victory
Celebration, which will be held on Sunday, Oct. 31st, from 2-5 P.M. at the Mount
Vernon Knights Of Columbus Hall, 8592 Richmond Highway, Alexandria, VA.
Come and hear stories about our campaign, enjoy food and fellowship, and see
local pro-life representatives. Confirmed speakers include Dr. John
Bruchalski, Dr. Janice Crouse, and Mr. David Bereit, national director of 40
Days for Life. Attendees are asked to RSVP by calling the Knights' event
reservation line, 703.360.1964, ext. 4, and leaving a voicemail with your last
name, the number in your party, and your potluck contribution. Last names
beginning with A-I are asked to bring a main dish, J-R a side dish or salad, and S
-Z a dessert or drinks. For more information visit www.40daysforlife.com/
alexandria.
THEOLOGY ON TAP-FALL 2010: All young adults (20s and 30s) are welcome
to join us for our Fall 2010 Theology on Tap program, “Love One Another:
Exploring the Meaning of Christian Love!” Presenters and topics include:
Bishop Loverde on Catholic Social Teachings; Fr. Donald Planty on Catholics
and Immigration; Seyoum Berhe on Relieving Refugees; Mike Mackey on
Mentoring High Risk Kids; Soren Johnson on Prison Ministry, and more! This
“sixpack” will take place Monday evenings now through Nov. 29, from 7-8:30
P.M. at Pat Troy's Ireland's Own (111 N. Pitt Street) in Old Town Alexandria. For
more info please contact Kateri Schmidt at 703. 841.2550 or
[email protected]
THE SECULAR FRANCISCAN ORDER is an 800-year old lay order of Catholic
men and women called to follow Jesus Christ in the footsteps of St. Francis of
Assisi. St. John the Beloved Apostle Fraternity will hold an Open House on
Saturday, November 13 from 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. at St. Mary’s Lyceum at 313
Duke Street, in Old Town Alexandria and welcomes new prospects. For further
information, please call Sadie Martins at 703.548.8063.
SNOW REMOVAL HELP NEEDED: Parishioners wishing to help with snow
removal during the upcoming winter season can sign-up in the book at the back
of the church. Please include your name and telephone number . Shoveling the
walkways will be the primary assignment. If you are willing and able, please sign
-up to lend a hand. Last year’s record snowfall may be repeated. Thank you in
advance for your assistance!
ST. MARY’S SCHOOL ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BAZAAR- SATURDAY,
NOVEMBER 20, 2010: Raffle tickets are on sale today after Masses outside the
church (as well as on Nov 6-7th and Nov 13-14th). Great prizes, including a trip for
two to Cancun, Mexico. $2 each or a book of 15 for $25. Used book donations
to support Yesterday's Book Sale are needed! We will be accepting donations
after Masses outside the church; on Saturdays, November 6th and November
13th from 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. in the school cafeteria; and during school hours in the
lobby of the school. Please contact Theresa Burgess at [email protected]
with questions. Thank you for supporting our school!
ST. MARY’S SCHOOL 2011-2012 REGISTRATION FOR NEW FAMILIES
AND OPEN HOUSE: Parents of prospective students applying for the 20112012 school year are invited to pick up a registration packet and visit St. Mary’s
School on Tuesday, November 16, at 8:30 A.M. Please join us in the school
gym where application packets will be available during a brief coffee reception. A
guided tour of the school will follow. St. Mary’s School offers an educational and
spiritual experience for children in pre-kindergarten through 8th grade founded in
the Catholic philosophy of education, which fosters rich religious training as well
as solid academics. For more information and to RSVP, contact Lisa Bright,
registrar, at 703.549.3488, ext. 12 or [email protected] If you are unable to
attend, contact Mrs. Bright to request an application. Applications are not
available before Nov. 16, 2010.
October 31, 2010
TODAY'S READINGS
First Reading: Lord, you love all things that exist (Wisdom 11: 22—12:2).
Psalm: I will praise your name forever, my king and my God (Psalm 145).
Second Reading: May the name of Christ be glorified in you and in him (2 Thessalonians 1:
11—2:2).
Gospel: Zacchaeus, a tax collector, considered to be a sinner, is converted to the Lord (Luke
19: 1-10).
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Rv 7: 2-4, 9-14; 1 Jn 3: 1-3; Mt 5: 1-12a
Suggested: Wis 3: 1-9, Rom 5: 5-11 or 6: 3-9; Jn 6: 37-40 or any
reading taken from the Masses for the Dead, nos. 1011-1016
Phil 2: 12-18; Lk 14: 25-33
Phil 3: 3-8a; Lk 15: 1-10
Phil 3: 17—4: 1; Lk 16: 1-8
Phil 4: 10-19; Lk 16: 9-15
2 Mc 7: 1-2, 9-14; Ps 17; 2 Thes 2: 16—3:5; Lk 20: 27-38 [27, 34-38]
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time; Priesthood Sunday
All Saints Day
Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed (All Souls Day)
St. Martin de Porres
St. Charles Borromeo
First Friday
First Saturday; Blessed Virgin Mary
Please pray for all those who are ill, including:
Ebosa Aguele
Richard Alger, Jr.
Chris Ballard
Baby Dana Barber
Gary Barteldt
Nicholas Bartick
Lucille Bassett
Tori Benecchi
Chris Bosworth
Rosemary Brice
James Carroll, II
William Carroll
Ron Celeste
James Clark
Liz Clark
Terri Clark
Dina Clemmer
Ann Conjura
Thomas Connor
Wallace P. Cooney
Dorothy Cotton
Carolyn Daly
Chandler John D’Antoni
Mary F. Davis
Cecilia Dawley
Dan De Celles
Theresa DeFore
Columbine Delenclos
Ardith Dentzer
Eileen Doherty
Carla Dutzman
Monica Estill
Baby Lily Fitzgerald
Sean Franko
Barbara Furey
Katie Gaietto
Vincent Gaudioso, Jr.
Elizabeth German
Georgia Gleason
Catherine Gomez
Lovanne Graham
JoAnn Griffin
Jean Heins
Debra Hill
Daniel Scott Holden
Mark Holenchik
Rosemary Wolf Hogan
Steve Hoogland
Phyllis Hook
Helen Hoover
Tyler Hovey
Becky Hsu
Mark Hulkower
Denise Jensen
Dick Johnson
Sylvia Johnson
Bob Johnston
Sheila Jurinski
Erik Kemp
Breda Kiely
Emily Knisley
Mary T. Kocourek
Jack Koehler
Karen Kollmansperger
Barbara Kramer
Jim Lake
Brenda LaRochelle
Conrad Lass, Sr.
Joe Leonard
Etelvina Leon
John Linehardt
Jane Lewis
Anthony Lodato
Michael Lodato
Paul Lopapa
Thomas Lovely
Lauren Luzier
Fred Macguire
Harry Marson
Rev. Francis Martin
Karen Martinez
Christy Matthias
Holden Mauk
Constance McAloon
Mike McKeon
Gina McReynolds
Robert McWhorter
Frank Medico
Patricia Medley
Julie Meskill
Dorothy Mickler
Baby Bennen Manahan
Richard Molleur
Bishop David Monroe
Rachel Ann Mydell
Rosemary Naegele
Thomas Naegele
Ellen Whelan Norris
Rev. Francisco Núñez
Doris Oshinsky
Laura Palmer
Ray Paquette
Anna Therese Parks
Kristy Parnell
Marietta Phillips
Elton Pollock
William Powell
Betsy Raposa
Walter Robinson
Agnes Roesner
Ceil Rooney
Jaymie Rowland
Charlotte Ruelas
Janet Russell
Eddie Salomns
Deanna Satterthwaite
James Saunders
Jean Schilling
Frank Sellitto, Jr.
Mike Stachura
George Thomas
Chris Thurlow
Katherine Tolhurst
Dr. Trimber
Lofton White
Carmina Young
New additions to the sick list are in bold print.
Please pray for all the deceased, including Thomas Elam and James McAloon.
St. Joseph, Patron of departing souls, please pray for them. Amen.
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DIVINE MERCY CORNER
My daughter, I want to instruct you on how you
are to rescue souls through sacrifice and prayer.
You will save more souls through prayer and
suffering than will a missionary through his
teachings and sermons alone. I want to see you
as a sacrifice of living love, which only then
carries weight before Me. You must be
annihilated, destroyed, living as if you were dead
[dying to self?] in the most secret depths of your
being. You must be destroyed in that secret
depth where the human eye has never
penetrated; then will I find you a pleasing
sacrifice, a holocaust full of sweetness and
fragrance. And great will be your power for
whomever you intercede. Outwardly, your sacrifice must look like this; silent,
hidden, permeated with love, imbued with prayer. I demand, My daughter, that
your sacrifice be pure and full of humility, that I may find pleasure in it. I will not
spare My grace, that you may be able to fulfil what I demand of you. ...You shall
accept all sufferings with love. Do not be afflicted if your heart often experiences
repugnance and dislike for sacrifice. All its power rests in the will, and so these
contrary feelings, far from lowering the value of the sacrifice in My eyes, will
enhance it...Although you will not feel My presence on some occasions, I will
always be with you. Do not fear; My grace will be with you...
(Jesus to St. Faustina)
ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT
With our increasingly busy schedules we
may find it hard to make time for God, but with any
friend (and He is our Best Friend), He is waiting for us
to visit. If Jesus were actually visible in church,
everyone would run to welcome Him, yet Our Lord is
literally present, hidden in the Sacred Host. Our faith
takes us beyond human appearances so that when
we see Christ in the Sacred Host, we can see Him in
the preborn child, the poor, the weak, the terminally ill,
and even those who are angry with us. When we
come to Jesus in Adoration we can thank Him for all
our blessings and He in return will help us to grow in
love and holiness and will assist us in correcting our weaknesses.
Think of spending just one hour per week with Our Lord. Sign-up
sheets for a new session running from November through January will be in the
back of the church. Adoration is on Thursdays from 12:30– 7:30 P.M.,
concluding with a holy Hour. For more information please call Mary Stier at
703.768.7167.
TO ALL ST. MARY’S PARISHIONERS: You are cordially invited to attend a
special Memorial Mass on Tuesday, November 2, 2010 at 7:30 P.M. in
remembrance of and for the repose of the souls of all St. Mary’s Parishioners
who have departed this life and gone on to the next life. A reception will follow at
St. Mary’s Lyceum, 313 Duke Street.
CARPENTER’S SHELTER: On November 4th, we will be serving dinner to the
residents of the shelter. Sign-up for food donations in the book at the back of the
church. Thank you! Questions? Please call Barbara Halicki at 703.370.7026.
St. Martin de Porres and St. Charles Borromeo, pray for us.
All the Angels and Saints in heaven, pray for us.
PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR PARISHIONERS SERVING IN THE MILITARY
AND FOR THEIR FAMILIES, INCLUDING:
Christy Barry
Seamus Barry
Christopher Bryant
Jeffrey Camerato
Matthew Constantino
Edward Culbert
Peter Culbert
Carolyn Theresa Frazier
Felix Gumbiner
Tom Hanifen
Ryan Maple
Allbert Martins
Mark Martins
Edward Joseph Parry, III
Brian P. Riva
Keith Sylvia
Frederick Tackaberry
Michael J. Turner
Gerard Wager
Ezra Wells
MILITARY FAMILIES: If you have a relative or friend serving in the military, at
home or overseas and would like to include their name in our prayer list, please
call the rectory office at 703.836.4100.