St. Bridget Parish–a people called
to know Jesus, to love Jesus, and to serve Jesus.
“Start by doing what is necessary, then what is possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible.”
SEPTEMBER 19, 2013 7PM
PRAY THE ROSARY
Rosary will be prayed in our new Rosary Garden beginning at 7PM. You may bring a chair for your comfort. In the event of rain, the rosary will be prayed inside.
All are invited to attend.
OCTOBER 3, 2013: 7-8PM
OUR LADY OF FATIMA PRAYER SERVICE
Prayer in honor of our lady in Fatima in Church.
Come join us for prayer, music, and adoration
OCTOBER 26, 2013:
After the 4PM Mass
PARISH FALL FEST
Our 2nd Annual Parish Fall Fest is almost here, our Parish Life committee will be meeting soon to plan this Parish event.
All are invited to attend. Please stay tuned for further details.
SISTERS OF SAINT JOSEPH 125 Years
St. Bridget Parish celebrated 125 years of the presence of the Sisters of St. Joseph on Sunday, September 8, 2013 during the 11 o’clock Mass.
Over 30 Sisters were in attendance. Please view highlights from the day in this album:
Saint Bridget Parish and the SSJ are on youtube!
Please take a look at our very own youtube channel. Listen to the SSJ sing the song “Glorious Father, Dear Saint Joseph”
Thank you from the Sisters of Saint Joseph
The Sisters of St. Joseph would like to thank all who helped to make our celebration of 125 years such a grace-filled event.
Thanks, too, to the Hospitality Committee for their time and talent in providing all of the refreshments.
What a great event supported by over 60 Parishioners and friends. It was a great night to meet new people and kick off the end of summer.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
This month the Food for Thought section of the website contains a reflection on Human Life, a Biography on Maximilian Kolbe, and Pope Francis’ homily for the Assumption.
You will find the articles on the drop down menu here:
PREP AND SACRAMENT NEWS
PREP Classes Begin on September 22, 2013. Please see Parish Website for schedule.
QUESTIONS ABOUT RCIA?
Rite of Christian Initiation Adult, RCIA, classes will begin Wednesday, September 25th at 7:00 p.m., at St. Bridget’s. Classes last approximately one hour each week. RCIA reviews the basic beliefs of the Catholic Church and is designed for adults interested in becoming members of the Catholic Church. Participants also include adults raised as Catholics who have not received the Sacrament of Baptism, Confirmation, Reconciliation, or Holy Eucharist. If you have any questions about the RCIA program, please call Tony Wzorek at 215-844-7746, Sister Margaret at 215-844-4126 ext 103, or simply come to the first meeting. If you call, please leave your name and a phone number at which you can be reached.
Casserole pans for St. John’s Hospice will be available on September 21/22.
Pans can be delivered on Sunday, September 29 from 9 am until noon. St. John’s will pick them up on Wednesday October 2nd.
Do you ever wonder where the casseroles you make go? Take a look at this article from PHAITH magazine, the new online version of the Catholic Standard and Times, to see what a difference your casseroles are making on lives at St. John’s Hospice.
Prayer Shawl Committee: Next Meeting Sunday, September 15, 2013 after the 11 AM Mass in St. Brendan’s Meeting Rooms.
Adult Choir: First meeting September 16, 2013 in Church. Come share your voice with us!
Thanksgiving Outreach: First meeting October 1, 2013 7PM in St. Brendan’s Meeting Rooms.