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PREPARING FOR REMARRIAGE IN THE CHURCH?

Please run this in your 1/21/2018 bulletin.

NOVA is a one-day marriage preparation program specifically designed for couples free to remarry in the Catholic Church. Topics include adjusting to remarriage, blending families, legal issues and others. Pre-registration is required. Call the Family Life Office at 814-824-1261 or 800-374-3723 ext 261 to register. The next NOVA is scheduled for Saturday March 10th in Erie.

Attention Families

Please run this in your 1/21/2018 bulletin.

Need some ideas to help your family along the journey of life? Visit the Families Always Matter website, www.ErieRCD.org/fam.htm, to find information/ideas for traditional, single-parent, blended, military, and adoptive/foster families. At the Diocese of Erie, families always matter! Go Families!

Transitions Support Group This Weekend

Please run this in your 1/21/2018 bulletin.

Transitions, a monthly support group for Separated, Divorced and Widowed persons will meet on Sunday, January 21, 2018, from 2 – 4 pm at St. Mark Catholic Center, 429 E. Grandview Blvd. RSVP’s not necessary. Visit our website at: www.eriercd.org/transitions.htm Come as you are; you are always welcome. This month’s topic is: “Taking Care of Your Health During the Grieving Process” with guest speaker, Dr. Paula Ballarin.

Designer bag Bingo at St. Bernard, Bradford

Please run this in your 1/21/2018 bulletin.

Come play Bingo with some friends on Sunday, February 11, 2018 St. Bernard School Gym. Doors open at 12pm, first game starts at 1pm. Tickets are $30 and include Bingo boards and dauber.

You will have the chance to WIN a designer bag such as Kate Spade, COACH, Vera Bradley and many more. There will also be raffles where you will also have the chance to win designer wristlets, wallets and other accessories!

Light refreshments and snacks will be available to purchase. There will be 10 rounds of Bingo and 6 boards per game; there will be a limited number of additional boards available for purchase. Tickets will NOT be sold the day of the event; advance purchases only. Tickets are sold at St. Bernard School and St. Bernard Church; cash or check only.

MARRIAGE MOMENTS

Please run this in your 1/21/2018 bulletin.

765. Ways to Turn Your Beloved Off #8 - Let Your Kids Pre-empt your Beloved. Our children are important and take a lot of care - But, sometimes, we unnecessarily put our kids before our spouse. Babysitters can be a gift from God. If you aren't a parent, substitute "work" for "kids."

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 1/21/2018 bulletin.

It must have been difficult for Zebedee to watch his sons walk away and follow Jesus as it seemed he had his own plans for his children. We often forget that our children were never ours to begin with. They are only on loan to us. We raise them to let them go.

START YOUR MARRIAGE WITH ENGAGEMENT ENCOUNTER

Please run this in your 1/21/2018 bulletin.

Engagement Encounter still has openings for its January 26th through 28th weekend at St. Mark’s Catholic Center in Erie. Prepare for your marriage with a weekend you’ll never forget. For information or registration please call 814-824-1261 or by email at: familylife@erieRCD.org or register on line at www.eriercd.org/ee.htm. Remember, “A wedding is one day, marriage is for a lifetime”. Space is limited; call today to secure your place.

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 1/28/2018 bulletin.

Today’s gospel reminds us “unclean spirits” still haunt our families. These “spirits” thrive inside our grudges, punishing silence, impatience and abruptness. Today Jesus offers you the “authority” to cast out these spirits from your life and your family. Be forgiving. Be reconciling. Be the light you wish to see in the darkness.

NOVA

Please run this in your 1/28/2018 bulletin.

NOVA is a one-day marriage preparation program for couples free to remarry in the Catholic Church. Topics include adjustments, blending families, legal issues and others. Contact the Family Life Office at 814-824-1261 or by email at: familylife@erieRCD.org to register. Offered only four times per year, the next NOVA is scheduled for Saturday March 10th in Erie. Couples preparing for convalidation are encouraged to apply.

MARRIAGE MOMENTS

Please run this in your 1/28/2018 bulletin.

266. Ways to Turn Your Beloved Off #9 - Let obsessions distract you from being present to your beloved. How clean does the house really need to be? Hobbies are fun but can steal together time. Perfectionism can rob you of laughing together at your mistakes.

Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG Divorce Ministry)

Please run this in your 2/4/2018 bulletin.

The Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG) NEW 8-week group to help those who are separated or divorced is Wednesdays, 4/4/18-5/23/18, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at St. Mark Catholic Center, 429 East Grandview Blvd. in Erie. (Cost - $10 for book/journal – Let us know if you need financial help to attend.) Many topics to begin healing will be addressed through DVDs with experienced presenters and real men and women who have felt the pain of divorce. Please call the Family Life Office, (814) 824-1250, email familylife@eriercd.org, or visit www.eriercd.org/cdsg.htm for more information or to register.

National Marriage Week

Please run this in your 2/4/2018 bulletin.

National Marriage Week is February 7-14, 2018. Celebrate and strengthen your marriage by visiting the DIY Marriage Tune-Up web page from the Family Life Office of the Diocese of Erie, www.ErieRCD.org/flo_diymarriagetuneup.htm. Here’s praying for your happily ever after.

Are you a person with a disability and looking for more in your Faith Life?

Please run this in your 2/4/2018 bulletin.

Are you someone with a disability or do you know someone with a disability who wants more out of their Faith Life? The Office of Disabilities and Deaf Ministry has a number of groups that will provide the faith-filled social interaction you’re looking for. Call Michele Inter at 814-824-1257 or email at d&dministry@erieRCD.org for more details. You can also learn more about our ministry on the diocesan website www.ErieRCD.org under Catholic Charities Disability Ministries.

MARRIAGE MOMENTS

Please run this in your 2/4/2018 bulletin.

767. "They brought to [Jesus] all who were ill...and He cured many who were sick." (Mark 1:32-34) This is the season of sickness. Some people like to be pampered when they are sick. Others like to be left alone. What comforts your beloved when they don't feel well?

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 2/4/2018 bulletin.

In today’s gospel Jesus went to the “house of Andrew and Simon” to relax but discovered that Simon’s mother-in-law was very ill. Like Jesus we come home to relax but are often confronted with problems. Take a tip from Andrew and Simon and tell Jesus about it “immediately”.

NOVA- A remarriage preparation program--

Please run this in your 2/4/2018 bulletin.

Designed specifically for couples planning remarriage in the Catholic Church. Topics include blending families, expectations, legal issues and others. Pre-registration is required. Call The Family Life Office at 814-824-1261 to register. The next NOVA is scheduled for Saturday March 10th in Erie.

Openings remain for NOVA

Please run this in your 2/11/2018 bulletin.

Openings remain for NOVA, scheduled for Saturday, March 10th at St. Mark the Evangelist Parish in Lawrence Park. Nova is a one-day premarital program designed for couples seeking remarriage or convalidation in the Catholic Church. Topics covered include communication, blending families, legal issues and others. Call the Family Life Office at 814-824-1265 or by email at: familylife@erieRCD.org to register.

MARRIAGE MOMENTS

Please run this in your 2/11/2018 bulletin.

768. This year Ash Wednesday and Valentine's Day are both on February 14. How might we reconcile these two seemingly opposite themes? The Ash Wednesday reading beckons you to "Return to me with your whole heart. (Joel 2:12) The "me" can be God or the spirit of God within your beloved.

Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG Divorce Ministry)

Please run this in your 2/11/2018 bulletin.

DIVORCED? The Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG) NEW 8-week group begins on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at St. Mark Catholic Center in Erie. Cost of $10 per person includes “Personal Survival Guide” and all materials for 8 weeks (Last group meeting is 5/23/18). If cost is an issue, please call the Family Life Office. Find comfort and counsel consistent with Catholic teachings. Contact the Family Life Office, (814)824-1250, email familylife@eriercd.org , or visit www.eriercd.org/cdsg.htm for more information or to register.

National Marriage Week

Please run this in your 2/11/2018 bulletin.

The DIY Marriage Tune-Up web page, www.ErieRCD.org/flo_diymarriagetuneup.htm, is a marriage enrichment resource from the Family Life Office of the Diocese of Erie. Celebrate National Marriage Week, Feb. 7-Feb. 14, by checking out these resources to have some fun and strengthen your married life.

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 2/11/2018 bulletin.

Family life is about decisions. The leper in today’s gospel knew this when he said to Jesus. “If you will, you can make me clean.” Jesus knew this when he said, “I do will it.” Love is not an emotion. It is a decision to be with and for another person in “good times and bad,” even when we don’t feel like it.

MARRIAGE MOMENTS

Please run this in your 2/18/2018 bulletin.

769. Ways to Turn Your Beloved Off #10 - Let your body language show disdain or contempt. Rolling your eyes, a scowl, ignoring a request by walking away can speak louder than a yell. Check out any belittling mannerisms you may have that hurt your spouse.

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 2/18/2018 bulletin.

Jesus went into the desert to put his life in perspective. This lent, take a fresh look at a difficult relationship in your life. Concentrate on the positive things that person does, not just the negatives. Try to understand why their behaviors ‘bug’ you. Can you honestly share your feelings with them without attacking them? Make Lent a time to MEND and FORGIVE!

Families Always Matter in the Diocese of Erie

Please run this in your 2/18/2018 bulletin.

Get resources and suggestions for your family at the Diocese of Erie’s family website, www.ErieRCD.org/fam.htm. Feel supported, encouraged, and blessed whether your family is a traditional, single-parent, blended, military, or an adoptive/foster family. Go Families!

Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG Divorce Ministry)

Please run this in your 2/18/2018 bulletin.

The Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG) NEW 8-week group to help those who are separated or divorced is Wednesdays, 4/4/18-5/23/18, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at St. Mark Catholic Center, 429 East Grandview Blvd. in Erie. (Cost - $10 for book/journal – Let us know if you need financial help to attend.) Many topics to begin healing will be addressed through DVDs with experienced presenters and real men and women who have felt the pain of divorce. Please call the Family Life Office, (814) 824-1250, email familylife@eriercd.org, or visit www.eriercd.org/cdsg.htm for more information or to register.

NOVA: A one-day marriage preparation program

Please run this in your 2/18/2018 bulletin.

NOVA: A one-day marriage preparation program designed specifically for couples free to remarry in the Catholic Church. Topics covered include expectations of remarriage, blending families, legal issues and others. Call the Family Life Office at 814-824-1261 for information. The next NOVA is scheduled for Saturday March 10th in Erie. Pre-registration is required.

Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG Divorce Ministry)

Please run this in your 2/25/2018 bulletin.

DIVORCED? The Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG) NEW 8-week group begins on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at St. Mark Catholic Center in Erie. Cost of $10 per person includes “Personal Survival Guide” and all materials for 8 weeks (Last group meeting is 5/23/18). If cost is an issue, please call the Family Life Office. Find comfort and counsel consistent with Catholic teachings. Contact the Family Life Office, (814)824-1250, email familylife@eriercd.org , or visit www.eriercd.org/cdsg.htm for more information or to register.

NOVA

Please run this in your 2/25/2018 bulletin.

NOVA is a one-day marriage preparation program for couples free to remarry in the Catholic Church. Topics include adjustments, blending families, legal issues and others. Contact the Family Life Office at 814-824-1261 or by email at: familylife@erieRCD.org to register. Offered only four times per year, the next NOVA is scheduled for Saturday March 10th in Erie. Couples preparing for convalidation are encouraged to apply.

MARRIAGE MOMENTS

Please run this in your 2/25/2018 bulletin.

770. Principles for honoring your spouse:
#1 The Golden Rule - Treat your mate the same way you want to be treated.
#2 No Double Standards - Be as considerate to your spouse as you are to coworkers or strangers.
#3 Honor Requests that your spouse asks you to do or not do. (The Love Dare, by Stephen and Alex Kendrick)

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 2/25/2018 bulletin.

The apostles thought they knew Jesus, but when he changed in front of them at the Transfiguration, they were “afraid.” In families, we cannot freeze relationships because change and growth are inevitable. Children grow up, parents grow old and spouses change. Transfigurations are all around us and within us. Relationships can only grow when we embrace the new and let go of the old.

Are you a person with a disability and looking for more in your Faith Life?

Please run this in your 3/4/2018 bulletin.

Are you someone with a disability or do you know someone with a disability who wants more out of their Faith Life? The Office of Disabilities and Deaf Ministry has a number of groups that will provide the faith-filled social interaction you’re looking for. Call Michele Inter at 814-824-1257 or email at d&dministry@erieRCD.org for more details. You can also learn more about our ministry on the diocesan website www.ErieRCD.org under Catholic Charities Disability Ministries.

Openings remain for the upcoming NOVA

Please run this in your 3/4/2018 bulletin.

Openings remain for the upcoming NOVA
Scheduled for Saturday, March 10th at St. Mark’s Parish in Lawrence Park. Nova is a one-day marriage preparation program designed specifically for couples free to remarry in the Catholic Church. Topics covered include communication, blending families, legal issues and others. Call the Family Life Office at 814-824-1261 or by email at: familylife@erieRCD.org for information. Pre-registration is required.

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 3/4/2018 bulletin.

Today’s gospel says Jesus chased the merchants out of the temple. Jesus teaches us to act from conviction and not just from anger. He didn’t condemn the merchants, only their business practice. Attack the behavior and not the person.

Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG Divorce Ministry)

Please run this in your 3/4/2018 bulletin.

The Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG) NEW 8-week group to help those who are separated or divorced is Wednesdays, 4/4/18-5/23/18, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at St. Mark Catholic Center, 429 East Grandview Blvd. in Erie. (Cost - $10 for book/journal – Let us know if you need financial help to attend.) Many topics to begin healing will be addressed through DVDs with experienced presenters and real men and women who have felt the pain of divorce. Please call the Family Life Office, (814) 824-1250, email familylife@eriercd.org, or visit www.eriercd.org/cdsg.htm for more information or to register.

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 3/11/2018 bulletin.

Today’s gospel speaks of light and darkness. Often a parent is deliberately “left in the dark.” Darkness can be comforting for it makes no demands on us. Light can be disturbing for it forces us to take action. Parents walk a delicate balance of when to “sit in the dark” and when to “turn on the lights.”

Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG Divorce Ministry)

Please run this in your 3/11/2018 bulletin.

DIVORCED? The Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG) NEW 8-week group begins on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at St. Mark Catholic Center in Erie. Cost of $10 per person includes “Personal Survival Guide” and all materials for 8 weeks (Last group meeting is 5/23/18). If cost is an issue, please call the Family Life Office. Find comfort and counsel consistent with Catholic teachings. Contact the Family Life Office, (814)824-1250, email familylife@eriercd.org , or visit www.eriercd.org/cdsg.htm for more information or to register.

Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG Divorce Ministry)

Please run this in your 3/18/2018 bulletin.

The Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG) NEW 8-week group to help those who are separated or divorced is Wednesdays, 4/4/18-5/23/18, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at St. Mark Catholic Center, 429 East Grandview Blvd. in Erie. (Cost - $10 for book/journal – Let us know if you need financial help to attend.) Many topics to begin healing will be addressed through DVDs with experienced presenters and real men and women who have felt the pain of divorce. Please call the Family Life Office, (814) 824-1250, email familylife@eriercd.org, or visit www.eriercd.org/cdsg.htm for more information or to register.

Attention Families

Please run this in your 3/18/2018 bulletin.

Need some ideas to help your family along the journey of life? Visit the Families Always Matter website, www.ErieRCD.org/fam.htm, to find information/ideas for traditional, single-parent, blended, military, and adoptive/foster families. At the Diocese of Erie, families always matter! Go Families!

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 3/18/2018 bulletin.

Relationships come with a price tag. We must be willing to entrust ourselves to another, to let go of our autonomy and die to our independence. It is in this type of dying that we find a newer, richer life with others.

Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG Divorce Ministry)

Please run this in your 3/25/2018 bulletin.

DIVORCED? The Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG) NEW 8-week group begins on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at St. Mark Catholic Center in Erie. Cost of $10 per person includes “Personal Survival Guide” and all materials for 8 weeks (Last group meeting is 5/23/18). If cost is an issue, please call the Family Life Office. Find comfort and counsel consistent with Catholic teachings. Contact the Family Life Office, (814)824-1250, email familylife@eriercd.org , or visit www.eriercd.org/cdsg.htm for more information or to register.

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 3/25/2018 bulletin.

The Passion of Jesus makes it clear, no one escapes suffering. Suffering is inevitable, but no one should suffer alone. That is one of the primary roles of families, to stand with and support each other in suffering.

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 4/1/2018 bulletin.

That first Easter morning was confusing. Jesus was missing and Mary Magdalene, Peter and John “did not know” what to do. In family life there are confusing moments when “we don’t know” what to do. Like the apostles we are Easter people when we believe and trust in each other even when all seems lost.

Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG Divorce Ministry)

Please run this in your 4/1/2018 bulletin.

The Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide (CDSG) NEW 8-week group to help those who are separated or divorced is Wednesdays, 4/4/18-5/23/18, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at St. Mark Catholic Center, 429 East Grandview Blvd. in Erie. (Cost - $10 for book/journal – Let us know if you need financial help to attend.) Many topics to begin healing will be addressed through DVDs with experienced presenters and real men and women who have felt the pain of divorce. Please call the Family Life Office, (814) 824-1250, email familylife@eriercd.org, or visit www.eriercd.org/cdsg.htm for more information or to register.

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 4/8/2018 bulletin.

In today’s gospel Jesus teaches, “Blessed are those who have not seen and believe.” Accepting someone as they are, without demanding they prove themselves or meet our expectations, creates a rich relationship. Real mercy begins here.

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 4/15/2018 bulletin.

The apostles were afraid of Jesus until he ate with them and they touched him. In your family, the ordinary acts of eating together, touching, embracing not only confirm our love for each other, but also celebrate God’s presence in your family. These ‘ordinary’ moments contain the ‘Extraordinary.”

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 4/22/2018 bulletin.

Today’s gospel is a job description for Christian parents. For most people, the most influential shepherd in their lives is a parent. Every parent is called to be a “good shepherd” to “freely lay down their life” for their children, to “love” and “know” their children and to “lead” them so “they know your voice.”

Families Always Matter in the Diocese of Erie

Please run this in your 4/22/2018 bulletin.

Get resources and suggestions for your family at the Diocese of Erie’s family website, www.ErieRCD.org/fam.htm. Feel supported, encouraged, and blessed whether your family is a traditional, single-parent, blended, military, or an adoptive/foster family. Go Families!

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 4/29/2018 bulletin.

Like the vine grower in today’s gospel, parents must “prune and cleanse” the branches in their family if their children are going to be rooted. Discipline, limits and setting goals are a necessary part of parenting so our children will grow and “bear fruit.”

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 5/6/2018 bulletin.

Today’s gospel challenges us to “love one another as I have loved you.” Jesus is our model and he asks us to “lay down our life” (our time, attention, opinions and needs) for each other. This is the sacrament of the family, when God is made visible in our sacrificial love for one another.

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 5/13/2018 bulletin.

The words of Jesus in today’s gospel, “Abide in me,” are appropriate on a day we honor mothers because there is a special bond connecting mothers and their children, extending beyond birth and death. They will always “abide” in each other. It’s a lasting presence.

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 5/20/2018 bulletin.

Today, on Pentecost, we remember Christ has given us the Holy Spirit to assist us in raising our family and he expects us to use this personal gift. Let’s set aside the distractions in our lives and let the Holy Spirit “guide us to the truth.”

Attention Families

Please run this in your 5/20/2018 bulletin.

Need some ideas to help your family along the journey of life? Visit the Families Always Matter website, www.ErieRCD.org/fam.htm, to find information/ideas for traditional, single-parent, blended, military, and adoptive/foster families. At the Diocese of Erie, families always matter! Go Families!

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 5/27/2018 bulletin.

In today’s gospel Jesus says, “Teach them to observe everything I have commanded you.” For parents, this is both mission and ministry as all children form their foundation of faith from their parents. Jesus commands all parents to teach their children “all that I have commanded you.”

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 6/3/2018 bulletin.

One gets the impression there was always a lot of sharing, discussion and learning during the many meals Jesus and the disciples ate together. How does this compare to the meals in your home? Today’s gospel challenges us to make our meals more than physical functions and more a time for sharing.

Families Always Matter in the Diocese of Erie

Please run this in your 6/10/2018 bulletin.

Get resources and suggestions for your family at the Diocese of Erie’s family website, www.ErieRCD.org/fam.htm. Feel supported, encouraged, and blessed whether your family is a traditional, single-parent, blended, military, or an adoptive/foster family. Go Families!

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 6/10/2018 bulletin.

Jesus reminds us in today’s gospel “a house divided against itself will not stand.” Are the tensions and issues which divide your home worth the struggle? Even if you win an argument you lose a relationship. Don’t let pride and pettiness divide your home.

06/17/18

Please run this in your 6/17/2018 bulletin.

It is interesting we call the first person of the Trinity, Father. Our dads help us understand God as Father in the way they love, protect, teach, discipline and spend time with us. What an awesome responsibility, to be the window through which children view God.

A Family Perspective

Please run this in your 6/24/2018 bulletin.

Following the will of God is not always the most popular thing to do according to some peers. Even parents face this fact from time to time. What is popular is not always what is right; and what is right, is not always popular. Elizabeth and Zechariah got it ‘right’, despite the pressure of neighbors. Do we?

Attention Families

Please run this in your 7/22/2018 bulletin.

Need some ideas to help your family along the journey of life? Visit the Families Always Matter website, www.ErieRCD.org/fam.htm, to find information/ideas for traditional, single-parent, blended, military, and adoptive/foster families. At the Diocese of Erie, families always matter! Go Families!

Families Always Matter in the Diocese of Erie

Please run this in your 8/12/2018 bulletin.

Get resources and suggestions for your family at the Diocese of Erie’s family website, www.ErieRCD.org/fam.htm. Feel supported, encouraged, and blessed whether your family is a traditional, single-parent, blended, military, or an adoptive/foster family. Go Families!

Attention Families

Please run this in your 9/16/2018 bulletin.

Need some ideas to help your family along the journey of life? Visit the Families Always Matter website, www.ErieRCD.org/fam.htm, to find information/ideas for traditional, single-parent, blended, military, and adoptive/foster families. At the Diocese of Erie, families always matter! Go Families!

Families Always Matter in the Diocese of Erie

Please run this in your 10/21/2018 bulletin.

Get resources and suggestions for your family at the Diocese of Erie’s family website, www.ErieRCD.org/fam.htm. Feel supported, encouraged, and blessed whether your family is a traditional, single-parent, blended, military, or an adoptive/foster family. Go Families!

Attention Families

Please run this in your 11/18/2018 bulletin.

Need some ideas to help your family along the journey of life? Visit the Families Always Matter website, www.ErieRCD.org/fam.htm, to find information/ideas for traditional, single-parent, blended, military, and adoptive/foster families. At the Diocese of Erie, families always matter! Go Families!

Families Always Matter in the Diocese of Erie

Please run this in your 12/16/2018 bulletin.

Get resources and suggestions for your family at the Diocese of Erie’s family website, www.ErieRCD.org/fam.htm. Feel supported, encouraged, and blessed whether your family is a traditional, single-parent, blended, military, or an adoptive/foster family. Go Families!