St. Bridget Parish–a people called to know Jesus, to love Jesus, and to serve Jesus.
Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that.
Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
January 26th, after the 11AM Mass
HUMAN TRAFFICKING AWARENESS SPEAKER
St. Bridget Parish Presents:
Faces and Facets of Human Trafficking In Church following the 11:00 Mass
Presenter: Sister Mary Beth Hamm SSJ, Social Justice Coordinator for the Sisters of Saint Joseph
What do you know about human trafficking? As a person of faith, what might you do about it?
February 2, 2014
Donuts and Coffee after the 11AM Mass
Come join us after Mass to gather with fellow parishioners.
February 20, 2014
7-8PM, In Church
Holy Hour for Divine Mercy
The Divine Mercy chaplet is a set of prayers that Jesus taught St. Faustina to be prayed using the rosary beads.
Please join us for an evening of Adoration, Benediction, the Divine Mercy chaplet, and music.
March 1, 2014
MARDI GRAS BEEF AND BEER
@ Franklin’s East Falls
7-11PM, DJ Begins at 9PM.
Tickets are $25 before 2/24, $30 at the door. Ticket includes Hot Roast Beef sandwiches, Salad, Draught beer, Soft drinks.
Tickets will be sold after February Masses. Tickets will be exchanged for a bracelet the night of the Event at Franklin’s East Falls.
Event is for Adults 21 and over.
STORY NIGHTS FOR CHILDREN IN PRE-K THROUGH 3RD GRADES
The next scheduled STORY NIGHTS are February 7th and March 14th.
The children of our Parish in Pre-K through 3rd grade are having a great time getting to know each other. The night includes story, Scripture, song, and craft. Come and bring a friend. Join us in St. Brendan’s Meeting Room. Story Nights are from 6:30-8PM.
Our young children were very busy one night in Advent, take a look at everything they did in a 90 minute gathering.
CHRISTMAS CONCERT AND NATIVITY
In Saint Bridget tradition, we came together as a Parish for the Christmas concert and Nativity. Photos can be found by clicking the link below.
ANGEL TREE UPDATE
Through the generosity of our parishioners, Saint Bridget Parish provided gifts for 17 families, 22 Home Bound Parishioners, and 19 Sisters of Saint Joseph who served at Saint Bridget Parish at one time. Thank you to those who took a tag and bought presents for those in need. This project could not be completed without the hard work of the Angel Tree Committee. Thank you to those who volunteered hours of your time at a very busy time of year. Many thank you notes are coming in to Saint Bridget from families, the home bound, and the Sisters of Saint Joseph who served at Saint Bridget Parish. Our Parish made many people happy this Christmas season.
Take a look at how our Parish gives so generously:
Reconciliation is Saturday, March 15 at 1 pm.
First Communion is Sunday, April 27 at 11 am.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
This month the Food for Thought section contains an essay on giving to those in need during Advent, an editorial examining why we remain Catholic, and a prayer from Pope Francis for families.
You will find the articles on the drop down menu here:
For more Parish information, our weekly parish bulletin can be found on the website under Parish Life News drop down menu or by clicking here:
CALENDAR ITEMS LOOKING AHEAD:
More information will come in future newsletters.
March 16th after the 11AM Mass: Immigration Reform, Speaker.
June 20th: Camden Riverharks Game.