|NewsNotes for July 21, 2014
Next regular edition: August 4. Deadline for submitting news items: 12 noon, Wednesday, July 30.
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Save the Date for the Annual St. Vincent dePaul Friends of the Poor Walk! Sept. 20, 2014, 9-12. Pensacola Catholic High School Track, Pensacola. Annual Walk to help raise money to help support SVdP’s works in helping the poor in Pensacola. Contact info: Celeste Bell, email@example.com; For more information about the FOP Walk or to register, log on to: www.svdpusa.net/walk/1061, or call (850) 393-7733.
National tour sharing Divine Mercy message is coming to St. Sylvester parish On Monday, September 1, Father Michael Gaitley, best selling author of Consoling the Heart of Jesus, Father Chris Alar, and the Marian Missionaries of Divine Mercy. Will speak at St. Sylvester Parish, Gulf Breeze. Acts of mercy in the community and door-to-door evangelization begin at 9 a.m. The Divine Mercy chaplet will be held in St. Sylvester Church at 3 p.m. Fellowship will begin after the chaplet at approximately 4:30 p.m. in the Parish Center. If you are interested in participating in either the acts of mercy, door-to-door evangelization, or if you’d like to volunteer your support please contact Betsy Bowser, 850-292-8349, Bowser_LCM@live.com. There is no admission fee but donations to the mission will be gratefully accepted.
The Best of Sicily: Join a 9-Day Perillo Tours journey to Sicily with Fr. John Kelly from St. Sylvester's Parish - April 13th - 21st, 2015. Price per Person - $3306/ (price based on 40 minimum and could slightly increase based on # of participants). Includes: Airfare / 4-star hotels / Daily Breakfast / Welcome Dinner / Farewell Dinner / Tour Escort through the entire week / Motor coach services / All sightseeing tours / Entrance fees when applicable / Roundtrip airport and hotel transfers / 2 Masses at historical cathedrals / Luggage handling at hotels. Sicily is a holiday on the beach.........a historical cultural experience that simply cannot be matched to anyplace else in the world. The tour is designed for travelers with diversified tastes and interests. If you are looking to explore an exotic island that holds an irresistible mystique, this is the trip for you! You will experience exciting history, creativity of artisans and scenic beauty as you explore beautiful buildings, taste Sicilian delicacies, meander down quaint streets and view the wonders of Mount Etna and the Mediterranean Sea. Highlights of the tour will include sightseeing in Palermo, Monreale, Cefalu, San Vito lo Capo, Erice, Argigento, Catania, Taormina, Syracuse, Noto, Ragusa Ibla and Piazza Armerina. Contact Mary Kort for more details or to sign up!
850-206-7277 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Catholic Charities Pensacola Regional Office/Outreach Center has emergency flood relief assistance available for residents of Escambia and Santa Rosa counties. Please call 850-436-6425.
What's going on in the diocese?
The Rite for the Blessing of a Child in the Womb on Saturday, September 20, 2014 at the Basilica of St. Michael, Pensacola, during Mass at 10:30 a.m. (CST) with Bishop Parkes celebrating. All are welcome, especially expectant parents.
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Make a joyful noise!!! Calling all youth 2nd-12th grade to join the Bowman-Seabrook Diocesan Youth Gospel Choir under the direction of Carole Curry accompanied by Julian Gonzalez. Members will learn gospel music, a Mass setting based on Negro spirituals, music for the Liturgy and acquire a basic knowledge of music. The choir meets on the 1st and 3rd Saturday from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon at St. Louis Parish-3640 Fred George Road, Tallahassee. Please email Carole Curry at email@example.com or call 562-5414 for additional information.
Catholic in America airs each week throughout the diocese. Learn more about the richness of our Catholic faith. Tune in as our panelists answer questions, and others share experiences about their faith. These programs address topics that are very relevant in today’s society and inspire viewers to remain faithful to Scripture and the teachings of Christ. You'll find Catholic in America at the following times and on the following channels:
WTLH – Sunday 11:00 a.m. (Eastern time – Tallahassee area)
WMBB – Sunday 10:30 a.m. (Central time – Panama City – Destin)
WQTN – Thursday 7:00 p.m. (Eastern time – Quincy area)
WJTC – Sunday 11:00 a.m. (Central time – Mobile-Pensacola-Ft. Walton Beach)
What's going on in the Pensacola and Fort Walton Beach areas?
A Catholic Cemetery Option: Calvary cemetery is located in the quiet sunshine of sunny hills. This well-maintained cemetery is located on a high ridge, free from floodwaters and erosion. Well away from busy urban areas, the quiet location forms of peaceful resting place for our deceased loved ones. The grounds are blessed each year with a memorial Mass held at the cemetery on or near November 11, accompanied by Military Honors and a social time at St. Theresa Church afterwards. A deeded plot, complete with perpetual care fees, is available at a very reasonable $850 and only $800 for each additional plot for the same family. Consider saving yourself or your family the anxiety of future arrangements by purchasing a plot now. Extended payment plan is available at no additional cost. For more information please call phone number 850-482-3734 or Holy Cross Cemetery, Pensacola at 850-432-0878.
Meeting of the Northwest Florida Guild of the Catholic Medical Association: the first Saturday of each month at St. Paul. Begin with 8:30 am Mass in the Church followed by presentation in the Giri Room until 11am. St. Paul Parish, Hyde Park Rd., Pensacola. The Northwest Florida Guild of the Catholic Medical Association is open to physicians, dentists, podiatrists, and allied health professionals and meets monthly for discussions to further our purpose to uphold the principles of the Catholic faith in the science and practice of medicine, to assist the Church in the work of communicating Catholic medical ethics to the medical profession and society at large, to support Catholic hospitals in faithfully applying Catholic moral principles in healthcare delivery, and to enable Catholic physicians to know one another better and to work together with deeper mutual support and understanding. Contact info: Diane Wilkinson, MD 850-516-0924 or firstname.lastname@example.org For more information about the Catholic Medical Association, please go to www.cathmed.org.
Worship, prayer, study and fellowship groups in the Pensacola/Fort Walton Beach area.
Attention Married and Engaged Couples: Has anyone every clearly explained for you WHY the Catholic Church does not approve of unnatural birth control? For most of us, the answer is NO. Learn about your faith and discover a natural method of family planning that goes beyond the physical. A course starts February 7 in Pensacola. For more information and registration, go to ccli.org or call Martin and Emily Hanley 317-797-2082.
Un Rápido Recorrido por la Biblia, Domingos, 10 am-11:30 am. St John the Evangelist, Pensacola. Charlas de Fe, Contact info: Enrique Licona 850-619-0159.
Interested in learning an all natural, convenient, and morally acceptable way to achieve or postpone pregnancy without contraceptives? Sign up for the Couple to Couple League natural family planning class series in Niceville. Contact Ben and Karina Orr at email@example.com or 309-678-4368 for more information and to schedule a class. Check out www.ur113.com under The Events for more information or register for the next series at www.ccli.org.
Ignatian prayer classes at Christ Our Redeemer. Wednesday mornings at 9:15. For information, contact Maurie Ockerman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Stephen Roman Catholic Church in Pensacola offers the Tridentine or Gregorian Rite Mass on Thursdays at 6 p.m. followed by Benediction.
The Third Option: A program for married couples who are looking to increase or rekindle intimacy in their marriage and learn effective communication skills. Join us Thursday evenings from 7:00 – 9:00 at St Joseph Catholic Church, Pensacola. Located at 133 Intendencia Street. For more information contact Tom Pileggi @ 850 450-9695 or Ron Johnson @ 850 602-8210
St. Ann Gulf Breeze Community of Praise Monday Nights beginning at 7p.m. in Nickelsen Hall. Second Monday each month we hold Healing Mass in the Chapel, 7:00 p.m. Joseph & Deborah Cross 934-3011~~~e-mail is Deborahlee222@gmail.com
Women's Study Groups: (many on summer hiatus - please check with sponsors) prayer and fellowship. Parish, contact person and meeting times are as follows:
Basilica of St. Michael, Pensacola, Wednesdays 9:30-11:50 am. Contact St. Michael’s 850-438-4985
Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Pensacola, Sandy White, 850-986-1503, 2nd Sunday of the month, 3 - 4:30 pm
Christ Our Redeemer, Niceville, Jan Manship, 850-678-0023, every Thursday, 9:15-11:15 am
Resurrection, Miramar Beach, Barbara Rezmer, 850-654-1046.
St. Ann, Gulf Breeze, Mary Noblin 850-932-8205, 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 9:15 - 11:15 am
St. Anne, Pensacola, "Women of Grace" Wednesdays at 9 am. Contact St. Anne’s, 850-456-5966.
St. Jude, Cantonment, Arlene Johnson, 434-8622, Wednesdays 9:15 am
St. Mary, Pensacola, Joyce McDaniel, 850-478-8193, every Thursday after 9 am Mass
St. Paul, Pensacola, (Evening), Tristan DeSorbo, 850-474-9863 2nd Thursday of the Month 7 - 8:30 pm
St. Paul, Pensacola, (Spanish Rosary), Alicia Teed, 850-476-4352, every Wednesday 10 am - noon
St. Peter, Mary Esther, Nanette Bell, 850-664-0361, every Thursday 9:30 - 11:30 am
St. Rose of Lima, Milton, Linda Burkhalter, 850-454-7417, 3rd Sunday of the month 3-4:30 pm
St. Sylvester, Gulf Breeze, Janet Streacker, 936-1000, 1st and 3rd Tuesday 9 -11 am
Please contact the individual listed for the parish you're interested in for additional information.
Attention Married and Engaged Couples: Attend a course and learn a natural method of family planning that is safe, effective, morally acceptable and good for your marriage. Great for achieving as well as postponing pregnancy. Have you wondered about what is this natural family planning? The Couple to Couple League offers ongoing natural family planning class series at Sacred Heart Hospital, Pensacola. Find information and register at www.ccli.org or contact Dr Mark & Debra Kummer 850-607-6037.
The Men of St Joseph, Tuesday mornings, 6 a.m. at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart Ave Maria Hall. The Men of St. Joseph is a group of active Catholic men dedicated to becoming the spiritual leaders of our families. Through prayer and the guidance of the Holy Spirit, the Men of St. Joseph have dedicated themselves to the following mission: “Put family in the hands of the Father.” The men meet weekly to read from the Magnificat, pray for the intentions of various members of the group, read and discuss the Gospel reading for the upcoming Sunday. For more information please contact Cavet White 334-362-3948 or Danny Agnew at 850-572-1299.
The Creighton Model is a reproductive science that teaches couples about their fertility, and offers natural medical treatment for infertility and other woman's health issues in a holistic manner. Classes for The Creighton Model are now being offered at St. Ann, Gulf Breeze. For more information, please contact Jenny Craft at email@example.com, or call 850-221-2052.
Televised Mass is available in the Pensacola area at 10:30 a.m. Sundays on Cox cable channel 12, (WJTC/UPN Mobile). Following the Mass, Catholic in America, produced by the television ministry at St. Dominic Parish in Panama City, will air. This program uses a newsmagazine format to promote the activities and ministries found at our parishes. Tune in at 11 a.m. (Central) to channel WJTC44. The program is available in the Pensacola, Mobile and Fort Walton Beach areas on local cable networks.
Tridentine Mass, Sundays, 10:30 a.m. with rosary beginning at 10 a.m.; St. Stephen Church, Pensacola. 850-432-9362.
Adoration, Fridays, following the 8 a.m. Mass until 12:00 noon. Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Pensacola. Held in the chapel.
Perpetual adoration of the Eucharist, St. Mary perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapel, 401 Van Pelt Lane, Pensacola. Open 24/7. Participate in this devotion anytime. Goal: two adorers per hour. Those able to commit to late night hours are especially needed. Call Ruby Schuetz, 850-478-7051 or visit the chapel and sign up.
The Men of St Joseph, Tuesday mornings, 6am – 7am, St. Paul Catholic Church (in the cafetorium) The Men of St. Joseph is a group of active Catholic men dedicated to becoming the spiritual leaders of our families. Through prayer and the guidance of the Holy Spirit, the Men of St. Joseph have dedicated themselves to the following proposition: “Put the family back in the hands of the Father.” The men meet weekly to read from the Magnificat, pray for the intentions of various members of the group, read and discuss the Gospel reading for the upcoming Sunday and dismiss. In the course of the prayer intentions and scripture discussion, we support one another in our effort to become the “best version of ourselves” and to be the spiritual leaders of our family and faith community. Mike Mangrum (850) 748-2264, firstname.lastname@example.org
Centering Prayer Group, Tuesdays, 12:30 p.m., Resurrection Parish, Miramar Beach. Barbara Rezmer 850-654-1046.
Centering Prayer Group, Saturdays, 9 a.m., St. Mary Parish, Fort Walton Beach, in the Father Sherman Room. Deacon Dan McAuliffe, 850-582-1877.
Ignatian Exercises. Small group format. Christ Our Redeemer Parish, Niceville. September-May. Thursdays 9:10-11:00 A.M. Maurie Ockerman 850 897-1463 or email@example.com.
The Hearts & Hands Ministry, formerly known as the Prayer Shawl Ministry, of Resurrection Parish, Destin, meets for prayer, fun, knitting, crocheting and sewing on Thursdays, 1:30-3:30 PM in the parish hall. We help supply clothes for those in Africa, shawls for those in nursing homes, and baby clothes for those in need. Call Eileen at 850-650-6188 for more information.
Maliit na bulaklak Filipino prayer group of Little Flower Catholic Church meets every Friday at 5:30 p.m. 850-455-5641.
Attention Married and Engaged Couples: Attend a course and learn a natural method of family planning that is safe, effective, morally acceptable and good for your marriage. Great for achieving as well as postponing pregnancy. Have you wondered about what is this natural family planning? For more information and registration, go to www.ccli.org
Cursillo Ultreya:All are welcome to attend as we gather to share our faith and enjoy Christian fellowship.
- Fort Walton Beach: St. Mary Parish, Parish Life Center, Second Wednesday of each month, 7 p.m. Contact Mike Symons, firstname.lastname@example.org or (850) 862-0658.
- Niceville: Holy Name of Jesus, Last Thursday of each month, 7 p.m. Contact Elizabeth Conrad, email@example.com (850-897-2554).
Theology classes, Wednesdays, 7 p.m. St. Stephen Parish hall, Pensacola. With Father Héctor R.G. Pérez, STD. This year's topics: the Liturgy of the Eucharist in both Roman Rites, . Sacrosanctum Concilium after fifty years.. For more information, call 850-432-9362 or request by e-mail.
The Fun Bunch for senior citizens, third Mondays, 11:30 a.m., St. Ann Parish Hall, Gulf Breeze. Enjoy food, fellowship and bingo. RSVP requested. Emily Olsen, 932-4574.
Bereavement Support Groups:
- Pensacola- Third Saturdays, 9:30 a.m., St. Mary Parish Hall. Toli Barraca, 477-3096 or the office, 478-2797.
News for Young Adults and Youth in the Pensacola, Fort Walton Beach and Niceville areas:
St. Rose Life Teen. Location: Milton, St. Rose of Lima, Life Room. All high school youth are invited to join us for Life Nights with fellowship, faith, fun and friends following 4 p.m. Life Teen Mass. Contact Crystal Warren 623-3600 ext 16.
Young Adults: Volunteer Opportunity: Alfred Washburn Homeless Center, First Saturdays 8:30am-1pm, and other Saturdays as needed. This center is always looking for Saturday volunteers.
Young Adult Theology on Tap will be third Thursdays at 7 pm at Goatlips Deli, Pensacola.
St. Thomas More Parish, Pensacola American Heritage Girls Troop invites Catholic Girls ages 5-18 to join a Christ-centered Scouting program. Our troop meets two times per month on a Monday at 6:30pm at St. Thomas More Parish, Pensacola. For more information contact Kathleen Elijah. (850)457-0358 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Young Adult service project: Check ur113.com for details.
Want to get involved, want to help others? Check out these opportunities in the Pensacola/Fort Walton Beach area:
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, the largest Catholic lay organization in the world, relies on your generous donations of clothing and household goods to help keep our thrift stores stocked. Our thrift stores are a “special work” of the Society, providing low cost goods to our neighbors and clients in an atmosphere of love and thanksgiving to the Lord for all that he bestows on us. The stores also provide jobs in our communities and an opportunity for volunteers to participate in the “good works” of helping the poor. Please join in this mission of charity by donating, volunteering and shopping with us! For pick-up of large items or loads, please call 850-434-6615. For volunteer opportunities, please call Martha 850-206-3312
Wanted: Allies - Are you committed to making Escambia County a better place, one family at a time? Are you interested in joining Circles® Northwest Florida, a campaign working to build prosperity? 2-3 allies build an intentional relationship with a family working to reach self-sufficiency by increasing income, education, savings & assets while reducing use of public benefits. Allies commit 4 hours a month in friendship with a family trying to get ahead and out of poverty. For more information contact Estella Lee, Circles® Northwest Florida community organizer, 429-7296, ext. 2 or email email@example.com
Young Adults: Volunteer Opportunity: Alfred Washburn Homeless Center, First Saturdays 8:30am-1pm, and other Saturdays as needed. This center is always looking for Saturday volunteers.
The Refugee Program at Catholic Charities (Pensacola) is in need of volunteers to work with the refugees. There are several capacities in which a person can work with a refugee. We need ESL tutors, help for children with their school homework, help with transportation (either teaching refugees how to ride the bus or offering a ride), help with application for their social security card, help with finding employment, help with cultural orientation, etc. In kind donations are also needed. The most pressing needs include bikes and household items, including furniture. For more information please call Maria Roswold at 850 436-6420.
Hospice Craft Workshops: All are welcome to join the women of St Sylvester on the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 9:00 a.m. to Noon. Everyone can assist in their own little way. The mission is to make end of life a little more toleterable for folks by giving them little gifts. We work on different projects making lap blankets, hats, booties, walker bags and many other great gifts. We would love to have you join us....all talents are welcome. Donations of fabric or yarn we can always accept. For more information please call Angela at 939-3020.
Volunteers for St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores and Warehouse: need is ongoing. Any day of the week Mondays thru Saturdays; half days or full days at the Stores and Warehouse locations in Pensacola, Fl - Volunteers to sort and tag clothes, knick knacks, linens, etc. Contact info: Martha 850-206-3312
Alfred-Washburn Center (AWC) urgently needs your help! AWC is a homeless facility operated by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Each day, this remarkable mission serves 100-130 homeless who visit to eat, shower, obtain clothing or to do their laundry. AWC currently needs male volunteers on Saturdays to provide these much-needed services. If you can spare a few hours, one Saturday a month, or would like further information contact Chuck Porter at 850-723-6790.
Catholic Charities Adoption Services is in need of families that are willing to provide a temporary home and care for infants receiving services through our program. You will be required to go through a full licensing process with our assistance similar to the foster care system; however, these homes are available strictly for Catholic Charities’ use. Please call 850-436-6411 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested or have additional questions.The Florida Guardian ad Litem Program is an organization composed primarily of volunteers who act as advocates in the court system for abused, abandoned or neglected children. The volunteer works with a case coordinator and attorney, to address the best interests of these children. The time commitment is very flexible and is usually only a few hours a month. Training for new volunteers is held every month. Volunteers develop relationships with children who often have had no stable adult in their life, showing these children that someone truly cares about them. If you have a love for children and the ability to commit to walking with a child through a difficult time in his/her life…the Guardian ad Litem Program needs you. To learn more about the program or to register for training, call 1-866-341-1GAL (1425) or log onto www.guardianadlitem.org.
Mary's Shelter Gulf Coast, St. Thomas-by-the-Sea Catholic Church, Orange Beach, AL. Mary's Shelter Gulf Coast is seeking representatives from Pensacola area Catholic Churches to serve on its Outreach Committee. This committee works on ways to make homeless pregnant women aware of services offered. Input is needed from Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, both of which are in the Mary's Shelter service area. For more information, call 251-986-6200 or toll free 866-823-4674.
Help ESL Students- By Teaching or Providing Childcare. (On summer break - check back in the fall!) St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church is looking for volunteers to work with adults learning English as a Second Language (ESL), as well as those willing to provide childcare for parents taking ESL classes. Never worked with an ESL student before? Don't worry; training will be provided. ESL classes are given weekly, Mondays and Wednesdays, 7-8:30 p.m., St. John’s School Cafeteria. Holiday schedule follows parish school schedule. Margaret, 435-0356.
What's going on? Check out these events in the Tallahassee/Panama City area:
Worship/prayer/study/fellowship opportunities in the Tallahassee/Panama City area:
The Secular Order of Discalced Carmelites, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Community, meets the third Sunday of every month at 2:00 pm in St. John's School Media Center in Panama City. For more information contact David at email@example.com.
Retreats at St. John Neumann Renewal Center offer spiritual enrichment: Contact 850-224-2971.
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration, Divine Mercy Chapel, St. Dominic, Panama City. For more information please contact Diane, 850-785-4574.
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration, Blessed Sacrament Chapel, 624 Miccosukee Rd, Tallahassee. Open for Adoration 24/7. Jean Nixon 850-445-3793.
Centering Prayer Groups:
- Santa Rosa Beach- Saturdays, 9 a.m., St Rita. For more information call 850-267-2558.
- Tallahassee- Wednesdays, 9:45 – 11:00 a.m., Good Shepherd Catholic Church. Meets in Room 309. For more information call 850-893-1837.
- Tallahassee - St. John Neumann Renewal Center, Thursdays, 6:30 p.m. For more information, contact Joyce Elder, 850-562-5441.
Seven Sorrows of Mary Chaplet, Wednesdays: 5:45-6:00 p.m., Tallahassee: Good Shepherd - "Wednesdays in the Chapel", 850-893-1837.
St. Louis Charismatic Prayer Group, Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Contact: Gloria Keeney, 850-562-8730.
Cursillo Ultreya: All are welcome to attend as we gather to share our faith and enjoy Christian fellowship.
- Tallahassee: St. John Neumann Retreat Center, Last Sunday of each month, 5 p.m. Contact Theresa Leslie at firstname.lastname@example.org or (850) 877-2319.
Neumann Center Book Club. Location: St. John Neumann Renewal Center, 685 Miccosukee Rd., Tallahassee. Meets second and fourth Mondays of the month, 7:30 p.m. New and occasional readers welcome. Jackie Hallifax, 850-878-5826.
The Men's Group of St. Dominic, Second and fourth Saturdays, St. Dominic, Panama City. Meets for breakfast in the parish hall. For more information please contact Steve Butler, 850-872-1382.
Pax Christi meets the second Thursday of the month at the Co-Cathedral Thomas More at 5:15 pm. Peace Liturgy, followed by a meeting in Room 3 Student Center. Pax Christi meets at Good Shepherd, Thomasville Rd., after the 9am Liturgy in Room 201 the 4th Wed. of the month. Information: email@example.com 850-893-6838.
Faith, fun and fellowship for youth and young adults in the Tallahasse/Panama City area.
Frassati Society of Tallahassee -- All young adults, ages 21-39, single or married, are welcome to join us for our monthly Theology on Tap event. Guest speaker, food & fellowship with other Catholic young adults. Bring a friend, and come on out to join us! E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. Also, search "Frassati Society of Tallahassee" to find us on Facebook!
Young Adult Women’s Group meets in Tallahassee on Tuesday evenings at 7 pm. Come pray and hang out with us! Email email@example.com for directions or questions.
Good Shepherd Life Night. Location: Tallahassee, Good Shepherd Church, following 6 p.m. Life Teen Mass. Fellowship, faith, fun and food for high school youth. 893-1837.Catholic Young Adults of Tallahassee are Frassati Society of Tallahassee at https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/31615298370/.
Volunteer opportunities in the Tallahassee/Panama City area.
Society of St. Vincent de Paul Service Project: SVdP provides one lunch each month, on the last Monday, from 10:30AM - 12:30PM, at The Shelter, 480 West Tennessee Street, Tallahassee. Volunteers are needed to setup, prep, plate and serve lunch to about 150-200 homeless individuals in Tallahassee. Volunteers are also needed to make sandwiches the Sunday before at 4:00pm at St. Thomas More Parish Center in order to keep this project going. Parking at The Shelter is in the lot off of Macomb Street. Follow volunteers into The Shelter kitchen for a parking pass. SVdP Co-Cathedral of St. Thomas More Conference, (850) 273-2719 (cell).
Knights of Columbus Hall is available for rent. If you are needing to rent a hall for Weddings, Funerals, Organizations, Dances, or any Special Event, please consider supporting your local Knights of Columbus. Our Hall is located at 519 North Palafox, just south of Cervantes, Pensacola. Contact 3rd Degree Knight Andy Chambers at 777-0376 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a complete list of employment opportunities, please log onto http://ptdiocese.org/index.cfm?load=page&page=221.
St. Eugene Chapel is looking for an independent individual to work part-time (24 hrs/week) as an Administrative Assistant/Secretary. Requirements: General office/clerical experience. Must be bi-lingual and computer literate - Microsoft office, QuickBooks, Excel, Publisher. If you are interested, please call Fr. Anderson
at 850-222-6482 or email your resume to Steugenechapel@embarqmail.com>.
Employment Opportunity - Bookkeeper St. Bernadette Catholic Church is accepting applications for a part-time bookkeeper. Proficiency in QuickBooks is essential. Knowledge of Paycor is a plus. Prior bookkeeping experience required. Interested candidates should submit resumes to email@example.com.
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