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Your Pastor invites you to join him for Christmas Dinner on Saturday, December 19, after the 4:45 Mass. A wonderful meal is being planned and you are invited to enjoy an evening with your parish family. We will share the Christmas wafer (opłatek) and sing some Christmas carols (kolędy) as well.
A sign-up sheet is located in the church vestibule. So the proper amount of food can be prepared, please sign up by Sunday, December 13th. While Father Chris is sponsoring the main meal, there is also a list of items that can contributed to supplement the menu, should you be interested in bringing something.
This is a wonderful opportunity to share the blessings of the Christmas season with fellow parishioners. We are looking forward to seeing you on December 19!
The first annual Thanksgiving Dinner will be held on November 15 at 3:30 pm. in the church hall. All are welcome to attend and to bring a dish to share with fellow parishioners. Sign up sheets are in the vestibule of the church - last day for sign up is November 8.
SATURDAY -- OCTOBER 24th -- HARVEST DANCE
Our Parish Festival was a great success, so I'm glad to hear positive feedback, and I appreciate the hard work of my parishioners who contributed to this success. Thank God for the beautiful weather and good people who helped us organize our festival again.
We would like to thank Cindy Iwanski, who coordinated the work of Festival committee.
Thank you for all the donations and for preparing delicious food. We all very beautifully prayed during the Mass with music performed by the Eddie Forman Orchestra. The festival has brought us all together in a way this Parish has not seen in a long time.
On Saturday August 29th, St. Andrew Bobola in Dudley celebrated its Parish festival.
The event that was held in Parish for the first time in five years... so it was a big challenge for the pastor and parishioners to assist in the preparation of this event.
One of the highlights of the festival was the mass itself. The very solemn mass, the so-called. "Polka Mass" was celebrated in English and Polish. At the end of the Mass, anthems were sung: Polish and American. - It was evident that the gathered people were moved, participation in the Eucharist turned out to be a big experience for them - Fr. Krzysztof Korcz reported.
The Festival provided many attractions for the guests. Raffle, games and contests for children and of course...delicious food Everyone could find something interesting. The kids were especially delighted by face painting and the possibility of making huge soap bubbles. Authentic Polish food was everywhere... and many enjoyed the stuffed cabbage and dumplings - says Fr. Korcz and stresses that all the dishes prepared personally parishioners. - I am much grateful for this commitment! - He added.