It was a very warm welcome you provided Fr. Matthew and I on the weekend of our arrival. We have been busy settling in, as well as making preparations for the new school year.
We are steadily making the rounds and learning what everyone does to make things function well here. I have certainJy seen a strong spirit of discipleship in many of our parishioners.
Sincerely, Fr. Pete Zalewski
In recognition of our retired pastor’s 35 years of outstanding leadership and commitment to Blessed Sacrament and Trinity, a scholarship fund in his name has been established at the school with the first award to be made in the 2014-15 school year. Contributions may be mailed or delivered to Trinity Catholic School, 706 E. Brevard Street, 32308. Please indicate Msgr. O’Sullivan Scholarship in the memo line. Questions? Call Stephanie Bechtol at 222-0444.
Tuesday, August 5th at 7 P.M., at the St. John Neumann Retreat Center. Msgr. James Flaherty, JudiciaJ Vicar of the Diocese, will explain the path to healing and reconciliation for those who have experienced a broken marital relationship. Please contact Dasha Nixon to RSVP at email@example.com or 224-2971.
Our school has the following positions open. Interested candidates can visit the website trinityk:nights.orglabout/employrnent to download an application and read more about our mission. Please submit your application 189-90 and resume to Stephanie Bechtol, firstname.lastname@example.org.
SCIENCE TEACHER – Full-time, Grades 6-8; Earth Science, Physical Science, and Chemistry. The candidate must be enthusiastic, knowledgeable in subject areas, and be willing to go the extra mile, in and out of the classroom. The candidate should be able to bring the Catholic faith into the area of Science, maintain an organized classroom, and have excellent communication skills. Applicants must be certified, or eligible for certification, in Science, Grades 5-9, or 6-12
It is parish policy that all parishioners wishing their children to attend our parochial school should be registered with the parish immediately upon moving into the parish. Family registration and parish support through weekly use of offertory envelopes are essential requirements for enrollment of children.
Visiting the homebound is an important part of who we are as Christians. Illness separates us from our church family. It can be lonely or depressing. If you know of someone who is ill or aged and cannot come to church, we have a staff of Eucharistic Ministers that will go to the home and bring the ill or homebound Holy Communion and share the Gospel of the week, or just pray with them if they choose. Call Carol Sunderhaus at 877-8775 if you would like to join this rewarding ministry or if you know of someone who needs us.
Are you called to be a disciple? Our Religious Education Department is in need of Catechists. In the words of Psalm 145: “Generation after generation praises your works and proclaims your might. They shall speak of the splendor of your glorious majesty and tell of your wondrous works.” This is the evangelizing mission of the catechist: to hand on the Gospel with integrity and joy. As you are renewed during this summertime, have you discerned the call to this most important ministry? We are in search of faithful adult Catholics to fill several open teaching positions in our parish Religious Education Program this fall. Our classes begin Sunday, Sept. 7′” Applicants are asked to contact Mary Staney at email@example.com or 422-0372 as soon as possible since background checks and basic training must be accomplished prior to the start of our program. In the words of Pope Francis in his “Joy of the Gospel,” “the new evangelization calls for personal involvement on the part of each of the baptized.“