Category archives: Bulletin

  • PRAYER IS THE KEY TO SERENITY Happy Easter! We celebrate God's Risen presence among us. We discover in prayer the serenity of knowing our Risen Lord. PRAYER The Serenity Prayer was born from the¬†anguish that the American theologian Reinhold Niebuhr experienced, as he watched the oppress... [Read more]
  • PRAYER IS THE KEY TO SERENITY During the season of Lent, we discover Prayer as the Key to Serenity through homilies, bulletin and website articles, song and personal prayer time. The Serenity Prayer is the focus of our Lenten Theme. PRAYER The Serenity Prayer was born from the angu... [Read more]
  • PRAYER IS THE KEY TO SERENITY During the season of Lent, we discover Prayer as the Key to Serenity through homilies, bulletin and website articles, song and personal prayer time. The Serenity Prayer is the focus of our Lenten Theme. PRAYER The Serenity Prayer was born from the an... [Read more]
  • PRAYER IS THE KEY TO SERENITY During the season of Lent, we discover Prayer as the Key to Serenity through homilies, bulletin and website articles, song and personal prayer time. The Serenity Prayer is the focus of our Lenten Theme. PRAYER The Serenity Prayerwas born from the angui... [Read more]
  • Prayer is the Key to Serenity During the season of Lent, we discover Prayer as the Key to Serenity through homilies, bulletin and website articles, song and personal prayer time. The Serenity Prayer is the focus of our Lenten Theme. PRAYER The Serenity Prayer was born from the angui... [Read more]
  • PRAYER IS THE KEY TO SERENITY During the season of Lent, we discover Prayer as the Key to Serenity through homilies, bulletin and website articles, song and personal prayer time. The Serenity Prayer is the focus of our Lenten Theme. PRAYER The Serenity Prayer was born from the angu... [Read more]
  • Prayer is the Key to Serenity During the season of Lent, we discover Prayer as the Key to Serenity through homilies, bulletin and website articles, song and personal prayer time. The Serenity Prayer is the focus of our Lenten Theme. PRAYER The Serenity Prayer was born from the anguish... [Read more]
  • PRAYER IS THE KEY TO SERENITY During the season of Lent, we will discover prayer as the key to serenity through homilies, bulletin and website articles, song and personal prayer time. As we approach our Lenten journey begin to pray the Serenity Prayer, written by Reinhold Niebuhr, each day. ... [Read more]
  • RESTORATION UPDATE Since the fire of January 11th, we have been challenged to relocate our 450 school students during the restoration process of our school building. We raise a hymn of grateful praise because all students are now returned to in-classroom instruction. "Teacher of Youth," was... [Read more]
  • JANUARY 26, 2018 What we know as of 11:30 AM on January 26th which is the time that the Bulletin goes to press. On January 11, 2018 our St. Philip School building experienced a fire. To date, the cause of the fire is still under investigation. The fire and smoke damage is much more extens... [Read more]
  • SCHOOL RESTORATION UPDATE JANUARY 20, 2018 On January 11, 2018 our St. Philip School building experienced a fire. The damage was contained to the Kaleidoscope area which connects the main school corridor to the Molloy Center and to Marion Hall. The fire damaged several classrooms and the roof. ... [Read more]
  • COME AND SEE! During this 75th anniversary of our parish, I want to share with you a meditation on these two words given by Saint Philip the Apostle, to Nathanael. "Come and See!" (Jn1:43-50). Early in this passage Jesus invites Saint Philip to follow Him. And as a result, Philip invites Nathan... [Read more]