|KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
Thank you to all who
sponsored, assisted and participated in the Knights Golf
Scramble on May 9th. We could not have achieved our goal
without your help.
Thanks to Sponsors:
Symantec - Frank & Mariam Wilkinson
St. Thomas Heart - Dr Robert Woods
Beverage Cart Sponsor:
Joe and JoAnn Collins
Sammy B's, The Mill At Lebanon - Gene & Jim Stradley
Wo-Wo Home Improvement - Terry & Jackie Wotruba
Touch A Truck - Ken & Barb Condit
Lebanon General Practice - Tom & Christine Kowal
Rose Rock Apiary - David and Candice Thompson, Mike
& Marianne Russell, Joe & Cathy Maggart, Bob
& Pat O'Brien, Robert & Krista Di Giacoma, Lou
Ann & Roger Hutto, Sonny Wooldrige, K of C, Council
9132 - Our Lady of the Lake
Special thanks to
Knights committee members: Ken Condit, Robert
(Jocko) Di Giacomo, David Thompson & Frank
Wilkinson, Sonny Wooldridge
Link your Kroger Card
to help St. Frances Cabrini!
St Frances Cabrini is now enrolled in the Kroger
Community Rewards program.
Link your Kroger Card to St. Frances Cabrini and help in
our fund raising efforts. It's as easy as 1 - 2- 3!
1 - Create an on-line account at www.kroger.com
2 - Add your Kroger Plus Card to your account
3 - Add St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church
(Organization Number 16517) as your chosen organization
Start helping by signing up today!
if you have any questions, please contact Nikki at the
church office (615-444-0524)
or Theresa Wiggington at 615-838-4859 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
GOD'S PLAN 4 U = JESUS
5:30pm - 8:30 pm
If you are able to help by donating an item or two
please see the donation board in the carpet area of the
Return the item by the date on the card. It will help us
in collecting the supplies we need.
We will have a plastic tub in the church hall starting
We are also in need of some items you may be trying to
Please Join us as we experiment with fun and excitement
at SonSpark Labs - Vacation Bible School and discover
God's Awesome plan!
- Clean empty two-liter bottles
- Empty plastic water bottles
- Grosgrain ribbon, any color
For more information contact Jan Trahan email@example.com
here to view last year’s event.
Next Touch-A-Truck is set for Saturday,
|A BIG "THANKS"
We wanted to take this opportunity
to Thank Deacon Paul, his wife Amy and their son
Nicholas for bringing forth the Movie Nights here at
SFC. So many parishioners have commented what a
wonderful time they had and looked forward to the next
movie night. Amy shocked us all with the vast selection
of food and her delicious desserts. Your eyes would just
wander from table to table. As Fr. Michael stated one
time, “we could of fed an entire football team and still
have enough food leftover.”
Movie night provided a family atmosphere in a
comfortable setting, our church. It was a wonderful
opportunity to meet fellow parishioners and chat with
those that you normally do not see at Mass, since many
of us attend different Mass times. We even had the
opportunity to meet some families from St. Stephen’s.
One parishioner shared, ‘”you felt at home and it was
such a friendly atmosphere and oh my, goodness all the
Unfortunately, Saturday, May 23rd will be the last movie
night. Amy is getting ready to start a new journey next
year when Nicholas graduates. Amy and Nicholas will be
starting up their own business out of her kitchen, they
will make baked goods for any one but they also want to
make sure the homebound get some sweets. Amy recalls,
when her Mom was sick before she passed away, her dad
had meals on wheels deliver food for her and she
couldn’t eat a lot of it, but one thing they didn’t
deliver very often was desserts. Any’s Mom had such a
sweet tooth, so Amy would make sure she had cookies and
that made her happy and they were her cookies, she
didn’t like to share.
Again, we graciously THANK Deacon Paul & Amy for
their hospitality, delicious food and movie nights! For
all of your hard work, time spent cooking and preparing
all the food, finding the right movie, making everyone
feel at home and your fellowship and friendship!
We wish Amy and Nicholas all the best, our prayers and
blessings in your new journey.
| Ladies' Altar Society
Drop off on our receiving days on:
Thursday, May 14th 8:30 until 2:00 P.M.
Friday drop off 8:30 A.M until 6:00 P.M.
Rummage Sale is Saturday, May 16th, 8:00 Am.-1:00 P.M in
the parish hall.
|Mark Your Calendar
Save the date...SFC's Parish Picnic
at Don Fox Park for
Sunday, June 7th located at Pavilion #1 and time to be
GRADUATION Time and
"Congratulations" are in order.
We would like to honor this year’s Graduating Seniors.
If you have someone graduating this year or know of
someone we may not know of please let us know.
You can contact Jan Trahan, firstname.lastname@example.org
or Christen Tressler, email@example.com,
or let us know through the church office.
|Vacation Bible School
VBS - sign-ups for SonSpark Labs
Vacation Bible School will start next weekend, May 2nd
This year’s VBS program will begin June 14th;
we hope everyone can join us to sign-up after Mass in
the church hall.
|NEW SFC Blog
Have you ever wondered about our
faith and wanted to learn more but you just don’t have
the time to attend a class?
Please go to www.ourcatholicidentity.org
and subscribe to our NEW SFC blog to read
in depth articles about certain aspects or our faith.
You can also register to ask questions.
These questions will be researched and answered by a
qualified individual. Start your journey today!
Bible Study Group
Tuesday Co-Ed Bible Study Group
meets every Tuesday from 11am to 12:30pm in the Parish
Join fellow parishioners in examining the Sunday
readings to gain insight into their impact on Christian
New members are always welcome.
Contact: Kathleen Kissane 444-6756 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to everyone for your continued support to
address the growing needs of our parish.
It should be noted that within a matter of only a few
months, we are very close to our goal and
could not have made it this far without the love and
support of our community as well as the faith and
fellowship of one another.
Legion Of Mary meet Wednesdays at 6:45 P.M. in the Ashley
Anyone who would like to have the "Our Lady of Fatima"
pilgrim statue to visit their home, please contact
and Homebound Ministry
This ministry is an important role in our parish and we
want to nourish it with a more coordinated approach to our
hospitalized and homebound parishioners
so that our Eucharistic Ministers of Holy Communion will
know that we as a church are behind them in offering our
prayers and support.
If you know of a parishioner who would benefit from this
ministry, please call the church office at 444-0524 or
email Nikki at email@example.com
with their name and we will gladly contact them so that
they can begin receiving Holy Communion from one of our
parishioners on the Hospital & Homebound Ministry.