This week’s Mass schedule
Fri., June 22
Sat., June 23
Sun., June 24
Mon., June 25
No Mass Here
Tue., June 26
No Mass Here
Wed., June 27
No Mass Here
Thu., June 28
No Mass Here
Fri., June 29
No Mass Here
Sat., June 23
2:45PM Confession, Church
5:30PM Festival Auction
7PM Festival Vegas Tent
Sun., June 24
Mon., June 25
Parish Office Closed
Tue., June 26
5PM Basketball Camp, Girls, Gym
6:30PM Basketball Camp, Boys, Gym
Wed., June 27
5PM Basketball Camp, Girls, Gym
6:30PM Basketball Camp, Boys, Gym
Thu., June 28
5PM Basketball Camp, Girls, Gym
6:30PM Basketball Camp, Boys, Gym
6:30PM Rosary, Church
8PM Men’s Basketball, Gym
Sat., June 30
3:45PM Confessions, Church
Early Bird Raffle Winners: Tom McCauley ($500) and Vic Weeks ($250). Congratulations!!
Festival Pies: Each family is asked to provide two pies, two dozen cookies or $10 for festival. Please bring to the parish center on Saturday, June 23rd or Sunday, June 24th. If sending money, it can be placed in the weekend collection.
Festival Help: Check out the Signup Genius link here to sign up to volunteer the weekend of festival. Still many opportunities open, all are welcome!!
Festival 5K: Come join us for a great evening of racing and family fun. The Festival 5k starts at 7:00PM, on Friday June 22, 2018. We will have live music, drinks and plenty of food in the Post Race Village. All proceeds from this event benefit Saint Patrick Education Fund. To register online go to www.festivalrun.com
Quilt Show: If you are a quilter, know someone who quilts or if you were gifted a quilt and would like to share it with us in the Sunday afternoon exhibit, please call Denice Barker 987-3473.
ST. PATRICK SCHOOL CENTENNIAL QUILT, 1894-1994, will be displayed at the Quilt Show. This quilt was made out of squares that were handed out to the school families, decorated and then made into a quilt. It consists of 99 decorated squares along with the names of people who participated, and was displayed in the school hallway. Irma Malone, who was a parishioner at that time, pieced and tied the quilt together. Please come and see this historic quilt.
THANK YOU to all of our wonderful cart drivers that volunteered through snow, sleet, rain, cold and heat to make navigation during the construction a little easier. Without your willingness to be a part of the “transportation ministry” getting to Mass would have been almost impossible for some of our parishioners. You are awesome ambassadors of welcoming and we are so grateful!!!
Need One, Take One; Have One, Leave One
Will you have some extra produce you would like to share with others in the St. Patrick family? This weekend look for the tables outside on the plaza, please drop off produce to share that you may have leftover from the garden or market. Anyone wanting fresh produce can take what they need and any produce remaining after Masses will be taken to North Kent Connect to help those in need.
St. Patrick Summer Sport Camps
Basketball Camp: June 26, 27, 28
Entering grades 2-5 (Older athletes may come to assist)
Girls: 5-6:30pm, Boys: 6:30-8pm
Volleyball Camp: July 23-26, 5:30-7pm
Entering grades 2-8
Each camp costs $40 and includes a camp T-shirt.
Sign up at www.stpatrickparnellschool.org, choose Programs, Athletic Programs.
Welcome Fr. Tom Cavera
The weekend of July 7th and 8th we will welcome our new pastor, Fr Tom Cavera. It will also be nametag weekend. Please join us at the K of C Breakfast on July 8th following both Masses to welcome him. He will be able to spend extra time to meet you. We hope you will join us in the parish center!
Blood Drive News
Join the Blood Drive Committee!
I am currently looking for helpers for the 4 quarterly blood drives that we host at St. Patrick’s. The commitment is small and the rewards are community wide. You don’t have to be a donor to contribute to the success of the blood drive just be willing to support the event. Please consider join in me in this worthwhile service to our church and community. Bonnie Zaskowski (616)437-4474 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Save the Date: Next Blood Drive, August 12. Watch bulletin for details.
4th Quarter Honor Roll
Catholic Central: Gallen Byrne, Isabella DeNardo, Tierney Greenhoe, Kristen Hauk, Donald LaPonsie, Elise Marshall and Henry Marshall
West Catholic: Nicholas Blundy, Erin Brooks, Margaret Camp, Mary Camp, John-Luc Richmond
Shane Zaskowski & Melissa Pinskey
Michael Workman & Lindsay Witt
May God be with you and bless you,
May you be poor in misfortune, rich in joy,
And may you know nothing but happiness
From this day forward.
Cathedral TV Mass
Due to FOX’s sports programming, the televised Sunday Mass from the Cathedral of Saint Andrew will not air live on FOX 17 on the following Sundays: June 24, July 1, and 15.
You may watch the live broadcast of Sunday Mass on Antenna TV or ThisTV (check local listings). The live webcast can be found at dioceseofgrandrapids.org. From the website home page, click on the “Webcast” link on the right side of the screen. You may also watch Mass live on our Facebook page (Diocese of Grand Rapids).
Televised broadcasts of the Sunday 10 a.m. Mass will resume as regularly scheduled following these dates. We apologize for the inconvenience. If you have any questions, please contact the diocesan communications office at 616-551-5629.
Commemorate Religious Freedom Week
Friday 6/22, 9 a.m.: Opening Mass at Our Lady of Consolation. A presentation by Kathryn Mulderink entitled “Religious Liberty: Right Here. Right Now.” will immediately follow Mass, light refreshments and conversation will follow the talk.
Tuesday 6/26, 6:30 p.m.: Evening Mass at Immaculate Heart of Mary. A presentation by attorney John Bursch entitled “Religious Liberty, Sex, and the Church” will immediately follow Mass. Light refreshments and conversation will follow the talk.
Friday 6/29, 6:30 p.m.: Closing Mass at St. Paul the Apostle with Bishop Walkowiak presiding. A musical presentation will precede Mass at 6 p.m., with light refreshments and conversation to follow Mass.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Humanae Vitae
Tuesday, June 26, 6 – 7:30 p.m.
Humanae Vitae: Everything you wanted to know, but didn’t know who to ask
Catholic Information Center; Come learn what Humanae Vitae is all about and why it’s still relevant today.
Monday, July 23
6 p.m. – Mass with Bishop Walkowiak at the cathedral
7 p.m. – Picnic on the Piazza. Bring dinner for your family and chairs. Beverages and desserts will be provided. We will be in the Catholic Central gym if it rains.
8 p.m. – Closing prayer
Youth Group News
Middle School Mission Trip
The kids will be a part of Just 5 Days, traveling to Hales Corner, WI June 18-22. Pick up is Friday, June 22nd at 6pm in the east church parking lot. Please keep all the participants from St. Patrick and elsewhere, their chaperone’s, facilitators and those they will be serving in your prayers.
Vacation bible School
Buckle up! We’re going on a Radical Ride on the Wings of Prayer for Vacation Bible School this year. The flight takes off on Monday, July 9th and runs through Friday, July 13th. VBS will take place from 9am-12pm each day.
Children from preschool to those entering 6th grade are invited aboard as passengers. We also need tweens, teens and adults to serve as the crew – no pilot license required!
New this year: Online registration! Visit stpatrickparnell.org/vbs/ for more information and to register online. You can also contact Maryalene LaPonsie with any questions or for further details. You can text or call her at 616-897-5942 or email maryalene_L@hotmail.com.
Vacation bible School Snack Donations
Square graham crackers (Meijer’s), 2 liter 7-up pop, Chocolate chips, paper towel, Vanilla wafer cookies, Small styrofoam bowls, Marshmallow crème, Large paper plates, Red licorice string candy, plastic knives, Small colored candies, Plastic forks, Mini Frito bags Plastic spoons, Mild salsa Pizza sauce. There will be a container in the Church entry for your donations. Thank you from the VBS Snack Team!
CSA Fast Fact
Deposit and Loan Program
This revolving fund provides parishes with a safe, secure, professionally-managed home for their surplus dollars at a competitive rate of return. At the same time, parishes that have a need to borrow for capital projects can access this fund through a line of credit. Your CSA contributions provide the administrative support necessary to keep this important program available and accessible to all of our parishes.
On the second Monday of every month we’ll be having a Spanish Mass with Fr. Oscar at 7PM here at St. Patrick’s. All are welcome, please spread the word to those that may be interested. Next Mass will be July 9th.
Dear Ladies of the Parish: Our next bunco night is Tuesday, July 10th at 7:00 in Multipurpose Room 1 of the Parish Center. Please join us! If you have any questions, please contact Cindy Covell at email@example.com.
Grand Rapids Right to Life
6th Annual Pickle ball Tournament
Saturday, Aug. 4: Women’s and Men’s doubles, Sunday, Aug. 5: Mixed doubles. Play will continue through all skill level groups with a double elimination format. Cost: $30, registration fee. $10 per event. Time: 8AM registration, 9AM play begins. Location: Belknap Park, Grand Rapids. Registration and all required forms are online only: pickleballtournaments.com. Deadline: July 27. All proceeds to benefit: Grand Rapids Right to Life.
Strong Catholic Families
Nativity of John the Baptist: Living in God’s Kingdom
Reading I: Isaiah 49:1-6 – Servant of the Lord
Reading II: Acts 13:22-26 – Salvation from the family of Abraham
Gospel: Luke 1:57-66, 80 – The nativity of John the Baptist
Key Passage: John heralded [Jesus’] coming by proclaiming a baptism of repentance to all the people of Israel (Acts 13:24)
Adult: In what ways do you help people in your life prepare themselves for meeting Jesus?
Youth: How do you help others to be their best, as John did?
All too often, as we know from experience, people do not choose life; they do not accept the gospel of life, but let themselves be led by ideologies and ways of thinking that block life, that do not respect life, because they are dictated by selfishness, self-interest, profit, power and pleasure and not by love. … As a result, the Living God is replaced by fleeting human idols, which offer the intoxication of a flash of freedom, but in the end bring new forms of slavery and death. ~Pope Francis
A Family Perspective
by Bud Ozar
The question in today’s gospel, “What will this child be?” concerns all parents. We spend years trying to influence and shape the answer, hoping our children will be “strong in spirit”, like the Baptist, and “blessing God” like Zachariah.
New Refugee Family
The Refugee family has arrived. Please contact Cheryl if you would still like to help, firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Use of PYX
Just a reminder! If you have brought communion to a loved one and borrowed a pyx from the parish, please return the pyx to the sacristy or parish office when you are finished with it so that it can be used again. There are several pyx unaccounted for presently. We appreciate your ministering to those who are hospitalized or homebound and bringing the Body of Christ in the Eucharist to those who cannot be with us at Mass. Thank you for your attention to this.
We are growing our ministry of Greeters. If you are willing to come to church a little earlier, meet and welcome your fellow parishioners and visitors with a smile, a handshake, and a word of welcome, we need you – especially during construction! Perhaps your family would like to share this ministry. We are scheduling up to four greeters during the winter months (we greet inside the main doors) and more when the weather allows us to be outside. Please email Cindy Samson at email@example.com or Michelle Ogren, firstname.lastname@example.org or call the parish office.
We are in need of Sacristans for weekend Masses, especially 5PM Mass. If you would be willing to assist in seeing that the altar is set for Mass and that liturgical volunteers are there, ready to serve, please email Cindy at email@example.com or call the Parish Office and leave a message. Thank you!
Altar Server Vestments
Server cassocks and surplices are found lying on the floor or rolled up under chairs and in corners. This occurs after daily Mass as well as after weekend Masses. We would like to remind all servers that part of the serving ministry is to properly care for the garments worn and if assistance is necessary to ask for help. We ask the older servers to assist the younger servers. In addition, we ask the parents of weekend servers for help in seeing that the garments are hung properly. Please feel welcome to stop in the server room to assist with hanging their garments. We thank everyone for their attention to this and appreciate your time and effort in service to the parish.
Funeral Luncheon Helpers
In the past few months as we have called for help or dishes for our funeral lunches, we are more and more running into disconnected phone numbers. If you are on the list and feel you are not being called, want to update your phone number(s) or wish to be added to the list, please email the parish office at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and current phone number(s). Thank you so very much!
Urgent Prayer Warriors
Did you know you can call and in a very short time have several people praying for your needs and intentions? In addition, First Friday prayers can be called in or e-mailed to the parish office any time for the following month. We say these prayers after Mass on the first Friday of the month. Extra copies of the prayers are on the left as you come into Church. Those who take a copy of the prayers are asked to pray them daily for that month. Please contact the parish office to leave your prayer request or to be added to the Prayer Warrior email chain so you too can pray for others. Email: email@example.com.
Ever want to learn more about your faith at your own pace? We have a parish library and we are in the process of moving our books and reorganizing to the new parish library location. We welcome any assistance in this process. Please contact Shirley 874-9184 or firstname.lastname@example.org to let her know if you can help.
Check it Out!
Our family bulletin board is up and ready for viewing. Once a month we will be gathering and displaying a new set of smiling faces. It highlights new and “seasoned” parishioners as well as the young and young at heart! This is a great opportunity for us to get to know each other a little bit better. We are so blessed here at St. Patrick’s to ALL be part of this amazing “Family”.
Calling all “NextGen Catholics,” ages 14-25 years! UPRISE – – a brand new, volunteer global movement of generosity! It is an invitation to inspire your personal Catholic commitment of greater time, talent, and ties, using social media to spread your
“Before all else comes the individual person,” Pope Francis wrote, “and people should not be defined only by their sexual tendencies. We are all destined to receive his infinite love.” The Courage apostolate welcomes men and women who experience same-sex attractions as brothers and sisters in Christ, and helps them to respond to their vocation as sons and daughters of God, created in his image and likeness. Together with a priest chaplain, Courage members strive for chastity, build authentic friendships, and grow in holiness. For more information, call 616-459-4662 or email email@example.com
For parents of sons and daughters who experience same-sex attraction, “speaking the truth in love” to their children can often present a challenge. The EnCourage apostolate is the Catholic Church’s outreach to parents and other loves ones in this situation, and offers them support and direction as they strive to love their children without the boundless love of Christ. A priest chaplain leads the regular meetings of EnCourage and offers insights into how to keep the Faith while keeping family relationships strong. For more information, please call 616-288-0918 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Legacy Giving – Learning to See as Jesus Sees
As humans, we often think first about looking out for ourselves – and can quickly default to using our own strength and ambition to do so – but the Lord’s way is always best. Psalm 24:1 says “The earth is the Lord’s and everything in it.” This verse reminds us that God is the rightful Owner of everything and He knows how to best care for it. His desire is that we would instead cultivate an awareness of how to accomplish His purposes in our lives – to see as He sees. How would seeing through Jesus’ eyes change the way we live? Consider how living with greater attention to Christ’s purpose could look in each of the following areas: Your time, Your talents and Your resources. To learn more about how you might leave a legacy to the Church, contact Mark Morrow at 616-475-1251 or email@example.com. Visit CatholicFoundationWM.org. Flyer
Make your WHY a Way of Life
If you’ve ever spent ten minutes with a three-year old, you can vouch for their curiosity. “Why can’t I touch that?” “Why is my hair brown?” “Why does that person’s face look so old?”
While an untimely “why” can put unsuspecting parents in an embarrassing situation, cultivating curiosity is how every child grows. In fact, we should never shy away from life’s “whys,” even as our children reach adulthood. Here are several “whys” your grown children or grandchildren actually need to hear from you. Have you told them WHY they mean so much to you? Have you told them WHY you embraced faith? Have you told them WHY you have certain personal values?
Many individuals are excited to learn they can easily turn their WHY into action by supporting a ministry or cause that aligns with their values. For instance, a gift in your Will is a simple way to communicate your WHY to the next generation and create a legacy of your Catholic faith in the process. Contact your parish office or call Mark Morrow, Executive Director of The Catholic Foundation of West Michigan at 616.475.1251 to learn more!
Helping Hearts, Helping Hands
We are looking for more people who may be interested in helping with projects at parishioner’s homes. Occasionally we get requests for parishioners who are unable (for whatever reason) to take care of some things around their home. Time commitment varies and is not needed on every project. We just need a larger list to ask for volunteers. If you are interested in being added to the possible volunteer list, please contact Cheryl Emmette in the parish office, by email, or through the website volunteer form.
If you are in need of Helping Hearts, Helping Hands service, please contact us also. Cheryl Emmette, firstname.lastname@example.org or 691-8541 x14.
Meetings have resumed on Sunday nights at 6:30PM in the St. Brigid Room of Kildare (in the school) or outside near the playground if it’s nice out.
Adult Volleyball Open Gym
Adult Volleyball is on Sunday, 7PM (or 7:30PM, check parish calendar) in the gym. Call or text Jamie Dye with any questions, 269-330-6395.
We provide lo-gluten hosts for those needing them. Please contact Emma Darling at email@example.com for more information.
Thursday evenings, 6:30, in the church. Questions, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Every Saturday, 3:45 PM, in the church.
Adult Christian Initiation
To become Catholic, complete your adult initiation into the Catholic Church, or if you know someone whom might be interested, St Patrick Parish has a process of inquiry into the Catholic faith that meets throughout the year. Contact Diane Hamel, 691-8541, x12.
Men’s Faith Sharing
The current guide for sharing is Be a Man!: Becoming the Man God Created You to Be (by Fr. Larry Richards). The group meets on the 2nd Saturday of the month at 8AM in the St. Brigid of Kildare room in the school. Please contact Cheryl Emmette in the office if you would like more information.
Women’s Faith Sharing
The current guide for sharing is A Father Who Keeps His Promises: God’s Covenant Love and Scripture (by Scott Haan). The group meets on Monday evenings in the St. Bridgid of Kildare room in the school from 6:30-8PM. Please contact Cheryl Emmette in the office if you would like more information. NO Meeting on Mon., May 28.
Sunday Study Group
Please consider joining our group each Sunday at 9AM to discuss how to apply the Sunday readings to our daily lives. We gather in the St. Brigid of Kildare room in the school for coffee and conversation using resources from Twenty-Third Publications and Sunday Scripture Insights. All are welcome; hope to see you there. Contact Mary Nugent, 691-8557 for additional information.
Please feel free to take one from the back of church. Our ministries happen because of our volunteers! Please consider sharing some of your time to an area that interests you.
Following is our Welcoming Newsletter and our 2018 Calendar of Events. We ask that you pass it on………….to friends and family………any prospective members who might like to join our group for fellowship, good food, and fun activities. A good group that gives all, has fun, and has been known to laugh and sometimes cry together. We’re like that! Newsletter Calendar
Catholic Information Center Events
Paperback Picnic at the CIC
Tuesday, July 11, 5:30-7PM
With Fr. Bill Edens, CSP
Barking to the Choir
Join us for a picnic dinner and a book talk as about Jesuit priest, Fr. Gregory Boyle, who shares what three decades of working with gang members in Los Angeles has taught him about faith, compassion, the enduring power of kinship and unconditional love.? CFD: Evangelization. $15 donation requested, includes dinner. **reading the book is not required, copies will be available at the CIC. (we will be picnicking indoors in the CIC Cafe).
CIC| 360 Division Ave S, Ste 2A | Grand Rapids |616-459-7267 | catholicinformationcenter.org
For all events and/or to pre-register, please call 616-459-7267 or email to email@example.com
Franciscan Life Process Center Events
Unplug at the FLPC Retreat: Turn off the noise and reconnect with God and nature
Who: Catholic adults between the ages of 21-35
What: A Franciscan retreat during harvest time
When: August 1-5
“Catholicism Unplugged” is a retreat for Catholic adults, ages 21 to 35, interested in disconnecting from the consumer culture and reconnecting to more simple living and the Catholic faith. Led by Sister Damien Marie Savino, FSE, we will work, pray, and eat together, learning how to harvest fruits and vegetables, make homemade pies and bread, and care for livestock. There will be opportunities for spiritual integration along with daily Mass, Adoration, and the Divine Office. Cost: $250, includes food, lodging and equipment.
FLPC| 11650 Downes St NE | Lowell |616-897-7842 | lifeprocesscenter.org
To register, please go to www.
Dominican Center at Marywood
Dominican Center at Marywood| 2025 Fulton St East | Grand Rapids |616-514-3325 | dominicancenter.com. For event information go to doninicancenter.com/events.
Love, Mercy, Life. Opening the Heart of Marriage
Married love is the most deeply personal union found among men and women. The marital union calls husband and wife to become one flesh, one heart and one soul. In fact, the Church teaches that when they marry, God prepares a husband and wife to faithfully live their sacred union and become parents who will love and nurture their children. The methods of Natural Family Planning (NFP) are a support for married love. Natural Family Planning (NFP) is an umbrella term for the safe, natural and effective methods of both achieving and avoiding pregnancy. NFP methods teach couples how to observe and interpret the woman’s signs of fertility and infertility. The benefits of NFP though move well beyond biology and include enhancing the couple’s marriage through greater communication and shared responsibility. Want to learn more about the methods of NFP offered in our diocese? Married and engaged couples are encouraged to visit: www.dioceseofgrandrapids.org or call (616) 243-0491 for a list of learning opportunities, both on site or online. The Catholic Church invites all the faithful to embrace God’s plan for married love. Learn more about these beautiful teachings which support the use of NFP in marriage at: http://www.usccb.org/nfp/catholic-teaching.
Parish App & Parish e-News
Enrich your daily life with spiritual resources and parish community! Connect all week long with prayer, educational opportunities, news and community event information. Download the app to your phone from the website or the e-newsletter.
Development Dateabase Admin at Diocese of Grand Rapids Details here
Catholic Charities of West Michigan have a number of position openings throughout the Diocese of Grand Rapids. All position openings can be found on our website here.
Local job openings via the Diocese of Grand Rapids can be found here.
Childcare team, St. Patrick – Parnell. Please click here for information.
Benefit: Free & Easy Fundraising (or Apply to Tuition)
Benefit is a free iPhone and Android app that allows you to shop at places like Target, Starbucks, Amazon, Walmart and many more, while giving up to 20% of every transaction back to your own tuition account or to the general tuition assistance program. Just shop as normal, and at checkout, use the Benefit app and purchase a digital gift card to redeem instantly. For instance, spend $100 at Gap, and $8 (8%) goes to your tuition account, your designee or to general tuition assistance. It doesn’t cost you a dime beyond what you were already going to spend. It’s raising funds without fundraising! Download the app and select St. Pat’s as your beneficiary to start giving today. For more info, www.benefit-mobile.com/consumers. Involve family and friends – the more people who participate, the more funds raised!
Offered by Catholic Charities
• Catholic Charities West Michigan’s Pregnancy Counseling and Support Program is designed to assist individuals, couples and their families to make decisions, solve problems, set goals and utilize appropriate resources. This voluntary free program counsels expectant parents who have concerns related to their pregnancy. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.ccwestmi.org for more information.
• Did you know that on any given day, Catholic Charities West Michigan has over 300 children in its licensed foster homes? Foster care means providing a temporary, substitute, safe, nurturing home to children who may have been removed from their parent’s care due to neglect and/or abuse. If you are ready to open your home and heart to a child in need, please call (616) 356-6202, email us at email@example.com or visit www.ccwestmi.org to find out how to become a foster parent.
• Post Abortion Healing – If you are struggling because of a past abortion or abortions, Project Rachel can help. Project Rachel, a program of Catholic Charities West Michigan, offers referrals to priests and counselors specially training to help those who have experienced abortion. We also offer Rachel’s Vineyard Retreats. The retreat offers an opportunity to step away for a while and focus on healing, grieving and reconnecting with God. The retreats are open to both women and men. All calls and emails are kept in the strictest confidence. For more information contact Maggie at (800)-800-8284 (MI only) or 616-340-1824 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Bring the kids and your creativity to Gallery 303, God’s Kitchen Gift & Painting Studio. Paint your own plate, bowl, cup and other fun items with your favorite colors and designs! Join us for some great family fun and feel good knowing that the proceeds benefit the food and pantry programs of God’s Kitchen. Location: 303 Division Ave, Grand Rapids, phone: (616) 456-4110. Gallery hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10am to 4pm.
• Marriage, relationship and family counseling are available through Catholic Charities West Michigan’s (CCWM) Behavioral Health Department. We encourage you to call us toll free at 1-877-359-6523 to gather more information about our counseling services or to make an appointment with one of our highly qualified counselors. CCWM will provide you with a safe and confidential opportunity to address your pain to find hope and healing.
• Did you know that over 2,000 families strengthened their relationships through Catholic Charities West Michigan’s family preservation and support programs? Family Support Services assists and supports “at risk” families. In a non-traditional way, intensive, strength-based, solution focused counseling and family preservation services are provided in the home. CCWM has continued to successfully stregthen families in throughout West Michigan. For more information, please contact Aleaha Bowen at (616) 356-6262.
• God’s Kitchen Food and Pantry programs are in need of donations! Please see the list below of suggested items that we are in need of.
• Food Pantry
o Peanut butter
o Baking items: sugar, flour, oil
o Condiments: ketchup, mustard, mayo
• Baby Pantry
o Diapers sz 4-6
o Wet wipes
o Clothing sizes 2t-6t
o Summer shoes/sandals
o Diaper bags
o Sippy cups
St. Patrick Parish, Parnell
The Diocese of Grand Rapids
Resources and Events
The Franciscan Life Process Center
Visit the Life Process Center website for current schedules, registration information and other faith formation resources. Email email@example.com or call 897- 7842.
The Catholic Information Center
Visit the CIC website for current program schedules, registration information and other faith formation resources. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (616) 459-7267.
The Dominican Center at Marywood
Visit the Dominican Center website for current schedules, registration information for these and other faith formation resources. 514-3325.