Assumption Novena begins August 6-15

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School Supply Collection Supporting Visitation

School Supply Collection   Supporting Visitation

Visitation School was able to provide online instruction like so many schools this past Spring due to the Covid 19 pandemic.  They are scheduled to open in the Fall with in person instruction and the school’s needs have changed from individual supply needs to classroom needs. 

 Due to this change, the Ladies Auxiliary is asking for monetary donations.  Then,  Amazon gift cards will be purchased from the Corpus Christi SCRIP office so Visitation can buy items such as white boards, calculators, earbuds, and flexible seating stools. 

 Checks can be made out to the Knights of Columbus #9715.  Thank you for your generosity and continued support!

 Donations can be dropped off or mailed to the church office or returned  to the Narthex Aug 1-2 and 8-9

For More Information contact: LadiesKofC9715@gmail.com

 

Caring for Friends (formerly Aid For Friends)

Have an urge to share all those new recipes you tried during isolation?  Well, now’s your chance!

Corpus Christi’s Caring for Friends program provides meals for the homebound, handicapped, and elderly

of our parish and the neighboring community. Meal

kits are available in the narthex and at the side door of

the church, along with instructions. If you would like

to share your culinary talents, just place one of the meal trays at your dinner

table, and fill it as you would your own plate, with a nice

balanced meal! Or, if you are looking for a wonderful project

for your children this summer, take this opportunity to help

them plan, cook, and assemble 5-10 trays for Caring for

Friends! Call or email Barbara MacIntosh with questions:  215-256-1161 or bmac31@verizon.net

Casserole Project

Just a reminder that the casserole project for St. John’s Hospice continues.
St. John’s Hospice Casserole Project
Each day St. John’s provides a hot meal for the homeless. Won’t you help with this project by taking a pan and filling it with a recipe of your choice? All casseroles being donated should have a meat, poultry or fish base and be fully cooked before freezing. Please use only the pans and lids provided by St. John’s; they are available in the narthex of the church on the burgundy covered table and in the three-bay garage next to the freezers. Please be sure to mark the date prepared and the main ingredients on the lid of the casserole. When you deliver to the freezer, please sign the list which is attached to the big freezer. Casseroles should be in the freezer by Wednesday, the day before pick-up. Pick-up is always the second Thursday of each month. Sometimes the truck arrives very early. Casseroles due: Wednesday, July 8th. Thank you for your kindness. If you have any questions about this project, contact Doris Dubil at 215-412-0880. You can find suggested recipes at:
http://saintjohnshospice.org/recipes/ !!