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Entries for March 2019

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FILL THE BUS

March 23rd and 24th

Fill the Bus is a parish-wide food drive sponsored by the American Heritage Girls and Boy Scouts, We are trying to FILL the Boy Scout bus with food and paper products that will be donated to the St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry at Little Flower Church.
Kroger bags will be handed out at the doors after the Masses on March 16 and 17.
Fill them with non-perishable food items such as canned meat, canned vegetables (corn, green beans, carrots) and spaghetti sauce/noodles, etc.  The food pantry is also in need of paper towels, toilet paper, toiletries and tissues.  Return your bag to the bus in the lower parking lot before ALL Masses on March 23rd and 24th. Fill the Bus has been a huge success in past years, so let's make it even bigger and better this year! Thank you in advance for your generosity.
If you have questions, please contact the AHG troop at:  AHG1843@gmail.com.

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Lay Pastoral Ministry Survey

Elaine Rasp is preparing for her final project as she completes her studies in the Archdiocese's Lay Pastoral Ministry Program. She would like to know where your faith is now and where you want it to go.  She will review the results and create a project that will satisfy a need in the parish. Please take 10 minutes to fill out this survey!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/KGBS33W 

Please respond by March 27.


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Baby Shower
Please support L.I.F.E. Ministry's "Baby Shower"
Benefiting the precious babies and moms served by
Pregnancy Center West*
Donations will be gratefully  accepted in the lower west vestibule after all Masses on
March 30 and 31

Most needed items:  Diapers (all sizes), baby wipes, formula, Baby Shampoo, lotion, baby wash, Baby blankets (esp. for newborns) and "Onesies," newborn outfits, and baby clothing (up to size 5T)
Also Accepted:  Strollers, high chairs, pack-n-plays, baby seats, car seats (not expired) and small baby accessories (such as bathtubs, bumbo seats). No toys or books, please.  Also, monetary donations are graciously accepted.

Thank you for you for your generosity!
Questions?  Please contact Jan Dickman (741-0974).
* Pregnancy Center West helps mothers choose Life for their babies by providing much-needed assistance to those families.

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St. James Lenten Speaker Series

Tuesday, April 9 - Lent: A Pastoral Perspective

Presenter: Deacon Jerry Sassonwill guide us through a presentation on the spirituality of Lent and Holy Week and how it can cultivate our prayer life and deepen our relationship with Our Lord. Deacon Jerry Sasson, was ordained for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati 12 years ago and serves at St. Columban Church in Loveland. He and his wife Marilyn have been married for 49 years and have three married children, and six grandchildren. Deacon Sasson spent 40 years in education, mostly as a school administrator/principal. He is a licensed psychologist, school psychologist, school counselor, and educational consultant.

We are pleased to welcome Deacon Sasson back to St. James this Lent (he will explain that in his talk) to enrich our spiritual lives as we journey through Lent. Be sure to mark your calendar to attend this session which will be held in the Church Hall at 7:00 PM and will last about an hour. For any questions, please contact Deacon Tim Crooker at tcrooker@stjameswhiteoak.com.

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St. James St. Mary's Ladies Society Scholarship

 The St. James St. Mary’s Ladies Society is pleased to offer a scholarship to one deserving boy and one deserving girl currently enrolled in grades 3-7 at St. James School.  The two scholarships, $500 each, will be awarded at this year’s May Crowning on May 8, 2019.  Applications must be received by April 17, 2019.  For more information about this opportunity and how to apply, please click on the link below.

Scholarship Information and Application