Children currently in grade 2 or above are invited to serve as lectors for the 9:30 Family Mass. If your child is interested, please contact Kim DeMeo at email@example.com. If your child is currently on the lector list for Family Mass and no longer wants to serve, please let us know.
This program operates in Oct., Nov., Feb., March, May & June on the first Sunday of the month in the School Hall after the 9:30AM Mass until 11:00AM. If you and your family are interested in hosting one of the six Coffee and Donut Sunday’s please check out the sign up sheet, which is posted in the Upper Church Sacristy, and sign up for a Sunday! Each family will be responsible for: set up before the 9:30AM Mass/serving the coffee and donuts/clean up.
Please note we are still in search of one more nominee, if you know of someone please contact the rectory ASAP!
My name is Anita O’Neil and I am delighted to be considered for membership on the Parish Pastoral Council. I grew up in Connecticut and came to this area to attend the Boston University School of Social Work. The first day of my second year here, I met William (Buddy) O’Neil. I graduated in June; we were married in July. That month I was also hired by the Framingham Court Clinic.
After seven years of living in Natick, we moved to Warren Road with our three children, whose ages ranged from a six to a one-year-old. That was in 1969. Over time, I was active in the town-wide PTO and was a Town Meeting Member for 25 years. My professional life included several clinic positions, being a school social worker for 25 years and being a therapist in private practice.
My husband was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease about five years ago. I retired to be at home with him. He passed away, unexpectedly, last September. We had been married for 54 years. No longer being a full-time caregiver, I have the time and energy to donate to others. Thank you for giving me the possibility of making a contribution to this parish.
Hello, my name is Tom Nolan and I am running for Parish Pastoral Council. I have been a communicant and registered parishioner of St. Bridget’s Church for 15 years, since moving to Framingham in 2001 and am a regular attendee of the family Mass. My wife Mary and I have six children ages 4 to 14 – five of whom are currently attending Saint Bridget’s School (our youngest will be attending pre-K next fall). My children have received all of their sacraments at St. Bridget’s Church (the sole exception being the baptism of our oldest son), and the three oldest are currently alter servers and lectors.
I received my degree in history from Boston College in 1992 and my JD from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1995. Professionally, I have worked as in-house counsel for the Casey Companies in South Boston for the past 16 years, primarily handling the commercial real estate portfolio for the companies.
Outside of work, I spend lots of time with my family and have enjoyed coaching Framingham youth sports—soccer, baseball and basketball- for the past eight years.
Our family has invested considerable time and expense in both St. Bridget’s Parish and Saint Bridget’s School and I am proud to call the St. Bridget’s Community our home. Presently, our parish is at a critical point in time as the Archdiocese of Boston continues with its restructuring efforts across the board. I have a strong personal interest in making sure that St. Bridget’s remains a vital parish community and that the interests of our church remain a top priority in any potential reorganization of the local parishes. I would be honored to serve and represent your interests on the Parish Pastoral Council. Thank you.
My name is Patricia “Tricia” Cincotta and I have been nominated for the Parish Pastoral Council. I have been a parishioner since about 2004. I have a 9 year old daughter who has been attending St Bridget School since preschool. I have been very active at the school, volunteering at lunch, school functions, and a room parent. I have also been active in the church as an usher for four years, Christmas Outreach for five years, and four years on the decorating committee. I work as an occupational therapist for The Natick VNA with the elderly.
August 1—August 5, 2016, Grades K-5, 9:00 AM– 12:00 PM, Saint Bridget School Hall
Fees: First Child: $45, additional children: $25 each, Family Maximum: $85
Please make checks payable to: Saint Bridget Parish and return registration form and check to St. Bridget Rectory. Acceptance will be on a first-come, first-served basis, so sign up now! Questions? Call Maddy Williams at 207-522-8886 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
City, Zip ______________________________________________________________________________________
Email (if used) ______________________________________________________________________________________
Name of parent(s) or guardian ______________________________________________________________________________________
School Grade(s) in fall ‘15 ______________________________________________________________________________________
Name of Home Church_________________________________________________________________________________
In case of Emergency, call ______________________________________________________________________________________
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Allergies or other Medical Conditions: ______________________________________________________________________________________
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Please indicate below if you, (parent or guardian), would like to help with VBS this year.
We are always looking for parents who want to help!
Best way to reach you:___________________________________________________________________________________
St. Bridget Parish will host an evening training session for anyone who would like to serve/share a meal with the families or spend time with families being hosted at Framingham congregations by Family Promise Metrowest. This is a one time training and is not required for those dropping off a meal or donating items. The hour and a half session will be held at St. Bridget School on July 5, 7-8:30pm. To register or with questions please contact Karen Mallozzi, Director of Parish Ministries, at 508-875-6009 or email@example.com. Contact Karen also if you are interested in volunteering to help with tasks that do not require training. *All parishioners of St. Bridget Parish must also fill out a CORI (background check) form.
From the Annual Report
Meals Served: 14,421
Families Served in Shelter: 11
Volunteer Hours Donated: 21,216
Average Stay in Transitional Living: 128 Days, 5 families moved into permanent living
New Volunteers Trained: 449
Network Houses of Worship: 50
The Sebastian Family
830 Worcester Rd (Rte 9), Framingham
Saturday, May 14 from 8:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Please go to the CHECK-IN TABLE inside the brown door of the PRC.
Log on to: tinyurl.com/StBridgetBloodMay2016
All blood collected will benefit patients at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
PHOTO ID REQUIRED FOR NEW DONORS
Drink extra water Eat before donating
Current items urgently needed:
Tall kitchen garbage bags
Shaving cream for men or women
April 17 is the next week that First Parish of Framingham will host a family for a week.
For information on other volunteer opportunities contact Karen Mallozzi at St. Bridget Parish at 508-875-6009
Volunteer training will take place at St. Bridget School on July 5.
Breakfast with the Easter Bunny!
Sponsored by Youth Ministry
When: Sunday, March 13, 2016
When: After the 7:30, 9:30 & 11:30 Masses
Where: Saint Bridget School Hall
Cost: $5.00 adult, $3.00 child, $25.00 family maximum
Menu: eggs, pancakes, ham, fruit,
juice, coffee, and tea
*Be sure to bring your camera for pictures with the Easter Bunny!*
For questions contact:
Samantha Ormond, Youth Minister
Purchase a DOOR PRIZE ticket for
a chance to win a
42” Sanyo LED TV ! ! !
PLEASE NOTE TIME CHANGE
Please join us in the Upper Church for one hour on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evening during the second week of March with Fr. Bob Reed.
Encountering the God of Mercy:
Tuesday, March 8th at 7:30pm: Encountering the Merciful Creator of All Things, Visible and Invisible (you will not leave empty-handed)
Wednesday, March 9th at 7:30pm: Encountering Jesus, the Face of the Father’s Mercy (with the opportunity for Confession, this will be in place of “The Light is on For You”)
Thursday, March 10th at 7:30pm: Encountering the Holy Spirit, the Very Breath of the Merciful God (with Exposition and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament)