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Save the Date – World Feast 2014!
An Annual Community Event for Families and Friends to celebrate our diversity with ethnic food, cultural music, festive dance, and much more! World Feast is an all-day event featuring the food, devotions, dance, songs, and life of over 30 countries. There will be games, rides, raffles, food, BINGO – something for everyone!
To create an event big enough to invite all of our community neighbors and UNCC students, we need your help! Volunteers are needed to prepare food, lead games, serve meals, set-up and tear-down, move trash, sell tickets, find entertainment, and much more!
We will have an in-pew appeal for families to sign up the weekend of July 12th and 13th or fill in the form at our World Feast Page!
Registration News for 2014-2015!
Registration for the 2014-2015 School year has begun! Registration forms can be printed out here or completed ONLINE at this link. All families are encouraged to register early to receive your preferred class times! All information about class times and tuition fees are listed on the paper form as well as the online registration form.
We are in need of more catechists and assistants! Contact Sr. Ana for more information or to volunteer: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Lady of Czestochowa, August 24th
On Sunday, August 24th at 2:00 pm, St. Thomas Aquinas Church will host our Third Annual Diocesan Polish Mass in Honor of Our Lady of Czestochowa. Polish priest, Rev. Matt Nycz of Buffalo, NY will be Celebrant and Rev. Mr. James Witulski of St. Thomas Aquinas Church will assist as Deacon. This Mass will fulfill your Sunday Mass obligation.
Confessions in Polish and English will be heard beginning at 1:00 pm. There will also be a Polish Choir singing traditional Marian hymns. Children in their native attire will also be present to honor Our Lady and Pope Blessed John Paul II.
After the Mass, the faithful will have the opportunity to venerate a 1st Class Relic of Pope SAINT John Paul II; a drop of his blood from the day he was shot in 1981 on a piece of his cassock! There will also be a reception with delicious Polish food!
Your donation of Polish or American food is appreciated and can be dropped off before the Mass at Aquinas Hall, which is located across the courtyard from the Church.
So, if you are Polish, or are of Polish heritage, or just love Our Lady and Saint John Paul II, or if you would like to experience another culture, you are invited to attend this very special Mass.
For additional information, please phone Mary Witulski at (704) 290-6012.
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