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By Father Dean
At the heart of it, Easter is about emptiness being filled. The tomb that morning was empty—and yet, for those who found the tomb empty, the emptiness of their spirits were soon filled with the reality of the Risen Christ. And nothing was ever the same again. That is the promise of Easter, that the various empty places in our lives will be filled with the hope, the possibility and the promise of new life through the risen Jesus Christ.
What empty place in your life needs to be filled this Easter season? Is it the emptiness from a lost relationship, lost health, or lost future that you once hoped would happen? In all our empty places in life, we are like those early disciples, who could not imagine how God might redeem that terrible tragedy, that terrible emptiness left with the absence of their beloved Lord.
And yet God found a way, as God will find a way in each of our lives, a way ahead to hope and to live abundantly. St. Catherine’s celebrates each Sunday, of course, as a “little Easter,” for we weekly celebrate in the bread and wine, and in the Story, the many, creative and imaginative ways in which God turns emptiness into the fullness of hope.I invite you to celebrate with your brothers and sisters in Christ the good news of Easter Resurrection, on this Easter Sunday, and throughout the year. Christ is risen! The Lord is risen indeed! Alleluia!
We offer some new observances and changes to our traditional schedule this year, so mark your calendar now! We invite you to set aside the demands of the everyday and join together with family and friends for the week beginning April 2 for Holy Week. If you have never made this journey you will find it life changing. This time marks the days of Jesus' passion and resurrection and is the most important time of the church year. In rites and words the mysteries of Jesus' final hours are with us again, his passion, his cruel suffering, his rising from the dead. We discover the answer to age-old questions: Does God love us? Is God merciful? Does God care for us? We have only to look and learn from Jesus Christ.
Please join us for these special liturgies, our Tuesday evening Healing Service and the three days of the Easter Triduum: Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and the Great Vigil of Easter (7:30 pm each day) — word and sacraments that touch our lives as in no other ways during the rest of the year. Prepared by the days of Lent, Christians celebrate on these holiest of days the saving work God has accomplished in Christ. We have additional offerings during Holy Week so please look through the calendar and activities below. The nursery is available as noted in this schedule. You are invited.
A liturgical note: No Communion on Good Friday - From Father Dean: Good Friday and Holy Saturday (the period ending at sunset on Saturday) are the only days of the church year in which the consecration of the bread and wine of Holy Communion is prohibited. Over the centuries, many churches (especially in the Anglo Catholic tradition) developed a practice of blessing extra sacraments on Maundy Thursday to distribute on Good Friday. Even though the 1979 Prayer Book makes allowances for this tradition, many priests believe that the very absence of the sacrament on these days most closely mirrors the spiritual sense of God’s "apparent absence” during those terrible hours on the cross: “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?” It fully recognizes that in our spiritual journey there are times when we, too, cannot see ahead in hope, and we must wait, like those disciples, for the Good News of Easter to come soon. This year in the Good Friday 7:30 pm service at St. Catherine’s we will observe this discipline of waiting.
Please note that these activities from previous years will not be offered: Children’s Stations of the Cross; Good Friday Monastic Dinner.
Did you know that April is National Volunteer Month? You can be a volunteer blood donor and make a lifesaving difference! Come to our next St. Catherine’s blood drive on April 18 from 3 to 7 pm in the Parish Hall. Reserving a time is easy: go to www.redcrossblood.org and enter Sponsor Code STCATS to sign up. BUT - appointments are not required, so if you don’t get around to making one you are of course welcome to come!
Help is also needed for greeting donors, setup and clean up, please contact Jennifer Massey, massey.jmgmail.com / 404.375.8327.
Join us for the annual Sip and Swirl on Friday, at 7 pm at the home of Emily & Nelson Gale, 228 Lamplighter Lane, Marietta, 30067. This St. Catherine’s favorite is hosted for all adults of the parish by our Fellowship Ministry Team. Our tasting will be led by Hans Kraeger. Please BYO tasting glass and a "pick-up" tapas or appetizer to share.
The cost is $20 per person and we ask that you RSVP to ensure that we have enough tastings to go around. Please reply by Monday, April 24, on the Volunteer Opportunities form which will be in your bulletin after Easter, or contact Molly Banko at mdbankocomcast.net. Hope to see you there!
Cats On Wheels is our fellowship group for active senior adults and we welcome you! Our next even-month excursion will be a day trip on Saturday, April 29 to the Gainesville Botanical Gardens. For all the details including departure time please contact Alan Certain, st.cats.on.wheelsgmail.com, 404-661-220.
By Mary Lou Shannonhouse
How often do we think to ourselves ,”She knows I love her – it goes without saying” or “He knows how much I appreciate all his hard work – it goes without saying?” The truth is, words are a powerful affirmation and the absence of the right words can leave a void that hurts. The truth is, very little goes without saying. The important things should NEVER go without saying. We know this but sometimes we need to hear them loud and clear.
During the 9:00 am Eucharist on Sunday, May 7, we will celebrate an important rite of passage with our 7th and 8th graders. This group is named Rite 13 after the special liturgy we will celebrate with them on this day. In some respects, this is a new way of saying to our young people things we have meant to convey all along – things like: “We stand with you as you make your way on the journey; we are here if you need us; we think you are terrific; we love you.” We often assume that our teens feel appreciated and accepted as a vital part of our congregation, but adolescence can be such a time of uncertainty that some things cannot be said often enough.
One of the unique aspects of our Youth program, “Journey to Adulthood,” is that it seeks to provide rites of passage that are often lacking in our culture. We help define points along the path to adulthood that tell our young people they are making progress; they are growing; they are becoming adults. Rite 13 is the liturgical cornerstone that lays the foundation for the entire congregation at St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church. It provides the opportunity to rise up and in one mighty voice and tell our young people, “You matter to us. Your lives are of great value. The journey you are now embarking on is significant.” It is a way that we fulfill our baptismal covenant of “seeking and serving Christ in all persons.”
The Rite 13 Liturgy is a rite of passage that recognizes the gift that God bestows upon each one of us: the gift of manhood or womanhood. This is a free gift that we cannot earn and need not prove. This gift is the essence of who we are. The same energy that pushes us through adolescence gives us the power to change the world. As these young people grow and mature, their knowledge and skills will increase but the core of who they are remains the same. These are the young adults we will celebrate and recognize on May 7:
Here is a priceless opportunity for us to affirm all that is good in the young people who live and grow around us and to recognize them as young men and women in our midst. Do not miss this incredible opportunity to say in a loud and powerful way what we have meant to say to them all along. Remember – NOTHING GOES WITHOUT SAYING!
In the spirit of such books as “Life’s Little Instruction Book,” we are compiling advice from St. Catherine’s parishioners. Please give us a small bit of advice (one sentence or less) to our Rite 13ers who will be celebrating an important rite of passage on Sunday, May 7 at the 9:00 am service. Your advice can be something practical ("Don’t go to bed with gum in your mouth") or something more profound ("Be content to be who you really are"). Both are important to know. And please identify yourself by your first name and age, or stage in life (for example “Bob, age 41” or “Susan, mother of 3”).
Download and print our form from our website at www.stcatherines.org/forms/WordsofWisdom.pdf or pick up a copy in the foyer at church. Please put your completed form in the green Words of Wisdom Box in the foyer or return them to Mary Lou Shannonhouse by Sunday, April 30. Thank you!
By Nelson Gale
During this time in Lent of reflection and introspection we think of all that has been given to us by our Creator. We are asked to clear our minds and hearts of all the clutter that distracts us from what is really important. During every season of the year, but especially during Lent, it is so important for all of us to be very focused on the time, the talents and the financial gifts that God has given all of us. We feel a heightened sense of gratefulness and generosity as we think about the things with which we are truly blessed and how we are to use them to bring us in a closer relationship with God.
Watch St. Catherine's video! - Click here (https://youtu.be/4iMZGTrtcrk ) Stewardship of Time & Talent
By Tami Mace
During the month of March and April, Stewardship 365 has been celebrating and highlighting the life and work of the Facilities and Grounds Ministry Team, volunteers and staff members who care for St. Catherine's Episcopal Church. Volunteers plan and complete projects all over the church campus, inside and out. Right now the highest areas of volunteer need are lawn and flower bed maintenance—spring has sprung!! Planned service days occur regularly during the year as well as special projects depending on the immediacy and need. Our next Service Day will be Saturday, May 20 at St. Catherine's from 8:00 am to 11:00 am. Everyone is invited to join the Facilities and Grounds volunteers in whatever area you are most interested! To find out more about being part of this ministry please contact Tami Mace, 404-457-9437, tamimacegmail.com or Bill Sapp at wmsapp111aol.com.
By Linda Smith and Susannah Campbell
The Memorial Garden Committee has been attempting to contact the family members of all those who are interred in the Garden since last September. A letter was sent to inform them of the planned expansion & assure them that the expansion would not disturb the cremains of their loved one, along with a description of the plans and changes to be made. The letters were sent to the last known address, and while we had many meaningful exchanges with family members, there were numerous letters returned due to incorrect address. We were unable to locate a number of families after extensive internet searches, including obituaries. Less than half of the families received their letters because we do not have names of family members and/or current addresses for their next of kin.
The burials began in 1991, and the majority of their family members have moved out of the area. We hope by sharing the list of those for whom we are missing contact information, that some of you will be able to provide their names, relationship and addresses. Even if you don’t have their current addresses, it will help even if you only remember names and relationship of family members. We would like to send another letter informing the family members that the construction has begun, as well as plans for the dedication upon completion. We are counting especially on our long-time parishioners and staff members to share any information they might have.
Please review this list, which includes several friends or family members of parishioners, as well as Preschool families, who may not have attended St. Catherine’s. You may email Linda Smith at devmor98bellsouth.net, or Susannah Campbell at susannah.s.campbellgmail.com, if you have information about family members, last known address, or any other information that might help us locate someone in their family. It will help even if you only remember names of their children (especially sons because their last name is more likely to be unchanged) or siblings, or possibly the city or state to which they moved. You may also leave a note addressed to us with Becky or Rose in the church office.
Thank you all so very much for your generosity & support for the Memorial Garden Expansion, and the Memorial Garden Guild.
Save the date! Vacation Bible School this year will be Monday to Thursday, June 12-15, from 9:00 am to 12 noon. Watch for registration opening on April 20. Our theme will be “Hero Central: Discover Your Strength in God!”
Volunteers are needed! There are many ways in which to help with Vacation Bible School. If you aren’t available during the week, we still will need many hands to help transform St. Catherine’s into the Hero Headquarters leading up to the week. Please contact Jenna Parker, jennastcatherines.org or Susie Davis, sdavis5226gmail.com if you would like to be involved. Get ready to dust off your cape for what is sure to be a powerful week!
Family Promise of Cobb County is holding its second annual fundraiser golf tournament this summer on Monday, June 19 at Indian Hills Country Club in Marietta. Last year this event raised $17,000 for FPCC after expenses and this went a long way toward the approximately $120,000 it takes to keep this program operating for a year. As a first year event, it was a big success, but we would like to improve on this for 2017. A critical element of success is attracting generous sponsorships.
Would your business, group or employer be able to sponsor? We have a range of sponsorships from $100 to $5,000. Sponsorships allow businesses and organizations to associate themselves with this critical work for homeless families in Cobb County. Please talk to your employer's Human Resources Department, or to other members of any Cobb County group to which you belong. If you were a sponsor last year, please do so again; and if your situation permits, please consider upping your sponsorship to the next higher category. For information please talk to Richard or Eleanore Pearson at 678-290-0097, elerichbellsouth.net. They can make forms available and informational brochures about Family Promise so that you can be more effective in explaining to potential sponsors why you are so passionate about Family Promise of Cobb County.
By Bill Ivey, Sr. Warden
Our Vestry prepared and served an amazing dinner on March 28 at MUST Ministries’ Elizabeth Inn shelter. Thanks to all who purchased or provided or delivered, and to Nelson, Stephanie (and Danielle), Beth, Carol, and Rebeccah who prepped and served on-site with yours truly. We all had lovely hairnets and pretty gloves. Afterward, several people came to say thank you and one said, “That’s the healthiest meal we’ve had since we’ve been here!” I see lonely and disappointed and distant expressions from some, but the kids are all smiles and having a good time. I also saw people who had just run out of options – maybe lost a job or missed a couple of payments on their house, or left a family behind due to substance abuse. MUST Ministries really does provide a safety net for our community and it’s a really good place for our outreach efforts. As one of their staff said to me: “God is so present here.” Indeed!
More comments from the evening’s team:
St. Cat's has opportunities to help every month at the Elizabeth Inn: Laundry Team — fourth Tuesday AND fifth Wednesday, sign up here or contact Dave Yucius, 678.560.0456, dyuciusmindspring.com. Breakfast Team — fourth Wednesday, sign up on the Volunteer Opportunties form in your bulletin or contact Audrey Nesbitt, audrey.nesbitbirch.com. Dinner Team — 28th of month, contact Connie Bergeron, connieatlbergerons.net, 404-819-0891 or Tracy Buckalew, tracyklpcpeoplepc.com. Photos below -- Bill Ivey
By Jenna Parker, Children and Family Ministry Director
Growing up I always had a very particular idea of Lent in my head. My dad hated Lent from his own memories growing up a preacher’s kid in a different denomination as well as a general distaste for the dirge-y music selections common at our church during the season. I have fond memories of hearing him good-humoredly complain about the season, though he never missed a Sunday. I have never thought much about what he really felt to be missing during this season until this year as I have been able to experience Lent in a brand-new way through our Church School offering for children, Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. I think what my dad was missing was feeling uplifted during the season. As I participated and heard stories from our Catechesis of the Good Shepherd program, I was reminded about how much there is to be uplifted about during Lent.
From Lent One there was an excitement in the air amongst the adult Catechists as the children shuffled to their respective atria. (An atrium is the room designed specifically for the child’s age group where he or she experiences Catechesis together with peers and adults.) This excitement comes from the beautiful and powerful presentations and subjects during this season. The 3 to 6-year-old children are getting to hear about how the Good Shepherd cares for and deeply loves his sheep—some of them for the first time. Though it will take some of them years to understand how they fit into the relationship between the shepherd and his sheep (and it is important they make this discovery on their own in their own time) this is the time when the foundation for a loving, personal relationship is established. It is beautiful to see the joy on their faces as they see this presentation. The 6 to 9-year-old-children build upon this in many ways. On one recent Sunday, while being presented The Mystery of Faith, a Catechist had a joyful interchange with a child. As she shared that Christ will come again, Elizabeth (age 7) exclaimed “He’s coming back? That’s really Good News!” Finally, the 9 to 12-year-old children have been busy studying Exodus. Bibles in hand, they have explored the scripture dramatically, through art, and historical context. It is amazing seeing the respect they are given to take ownership in the Word of God. Actual scripture is made accessible to them in a way I know I never received at that age. They are not reading from a story Bible, but are receiving the real thing in ways that are age appropriate.
I have been so blessed to take part in the joy and wisdom of the children of St. Catherine’s this Lent. I have also been reminded through their exploration of the promises that God makes to us this season and every day. We are promised to be loved, taken care of, and be called to do God’s work. These are promises available to every person and every age, though sometimes it takes the wisdom of a child for me to remember. Though this season has been eye-opening and uplifting, I am excited to see what the season of Easter brings to the atria!
Your Vestry has received the names of the final candidates for Rector from the Nominating Committee. We will be conducting our final interviews after Easter. Please keep your Vestry and the candidates in your prayers.
Pat: Jenna, I wanted to step outside my usual volunteering article for The Wheel and do this interview with you because I keep hearing from our members how happy they are that you are here. They (and I) want to hear what are you enjoying about being at St. Cat’s.
Pat: That is exciting and I know that Children's Chapel during the 11:15 service was your vision. What else?
Pat: I met them, they are Kennesaw State University students and are involved in the Sunday night program Sally Paris is leading.
Pat: Over Christmas you were very involved. How was that?
Pat: Those had to provide great openings into conversations in the families.
Pat: What about the Christmas Pageant?
Pat: I did not know your degree was in Theatre, that is very exciting. You are in Level One training to be a Catechist. Is that because you want to teach Level One?
Pat:Tell me what else you feel good about.
Pat: That sounds like something adults could also benefit from hearing. What else?
Pat: Looking to the future, what are some of the things you want to accomplish?
Pat: Or perhaps to the entire church during a Sunday worship?
Pat: In one sentence, how would you describe St. Catherine's?
Pat: I amen that!
Interested in finding your purpose for ministry? Contact Pat Pepper, Coordinator of Volunteer Ministry, 770.971.1269 or volunteerstcatherines.org to get connected!
Photos by Bettye Harris, Connie Bergeron. See more in the albums at Photo Albums.
Photo #1 - Eunjoo Lee-Huls joins in a beautiful duet with husband Edward at our Concert Series event on March 18
In our Parish Cycle of Ministries, we celebrate the life and work of these ministries in the upcoming weeks. Please read on to find out about each and consider if you’d like to become involved.
Letters have been received from the following to acknowledge gifts from our parish:
Bestselling author Anne Lamott on her new book, “Hallelujah Anyway: Rediscovering Mercy,” on Saturday, April 8, 7 pm at Central Presbyterian Church, 201 Washington St SW, Atlanta. Tickets $22-$30 and include a copy of the book. For details and tickets go to www.eventbrite.com/e/hallelujah-anyway-an-evening-with-anne-lamott-tickets-32704363632 .
The 100 voices of The Georgia Festival Chorus invite you to "30-60-90," their series concluding concert at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church at 5:00 pm on Sunday, April 30. This will be a gala celebration in honor of the chorus's 30th anniversary and founding director Frank Boggs's 90th birthday. The concert will present special sololists in favorite hymns, as well as classic and contemporary choral works by Mozart, Moses Hogan, Palestrina, Mark Hayes, Craig Courtney, Dan Forrest and many more. A special reception will follow the program. The concert is free, no tickets needed (a free-will offering will be taken). Several members of our parish participate in this community chorus well-known to us through appearances in previous years at St. Catherine’s. For more about Georgia Festival Chorus and these concerts please visit www.tgafc.org.
Come to this annual event hosted by St. Aidan's, St. David's, and the Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit, on May 9 at the beautiful Bradshaw Farms. All proceeds directly benefit the children of the LAMB Institute. Cost is $150/player and includes covers greens fees, cart fee, driving range, all contests, continental breakfast, hot buffet lunch, and drinks. Sign up online by visiting http://tinyurl.com/gp5e6nu or email the tournament coordinator at amy.erin.hillgmail.com.
Community Medication Take Back Day - Saturday, April 29, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm - Do you have unused or expired medications? Turn them in for safe disposal! Your efforts can save lives by removing expired and unused prescription medications from your medicine cabinet. Do your part to prevent accidental poisoning, overdoses and improper use of medications. Simply take your old medications to one of the drop-off locations, turn them in by driving through and receive a free gift. No questions asked, no forms or ID required. Three drop off locations: Cobb Senior Services (1150 Powder Springs St., Marietta); WellStar Acworth Health Park (4550 Cobb Parkway, Acworth); WellStar East Cobb Health Park (3747 Roswell Road NE, Marietta).
This event is sponsored by WellStar, SafeKids Cobb County and the Cobb County Police Department. For questions regarding these events, call 770-793-7373. For more information about medication safety and proper disposal, please visit www.rxdrugabuse.org or contact your local poison center at 1-800-222-1222.
If you have a name to be added to the Prayers please fill out the Volunteer Opportunities form in your bulletin, or contact the church office, 770-971-2839, stcatsstcatherines.org. Names will remain on the Prayer Chain list for one month unless indicated for a longer period.
ALL MEMBERS OF THE ARMED SERVICES: Pat McDougald, Tom Blackstock; Josh England, Jake England, Lucas Elgie, Andrew Hutton, Taylor Bacon, Ryan Johnson and Zach Hurley.
OUR NATION AND ITS LEADERS: Donald, our president, Nathan, our Governor, members of Congress, and this Country.
DECEASED: Matthew Versagli, nephew of Cindy Sheehan; Rose Combee, friend of Ina Bachmann; Wayne Burns, cousin of Linda Smith; Sally Ann Neumann Bean, mother of Alison Travis.
THOSE IN NEED OF PRAYER: Jarrisha Watson, Jan Pienezza, Teal Family, Barbara Renehan, Wes Woodruff, Mark Pendroid, David, Grace, Jennifer Buckalew, Roger Irwin, Jim Raasch, Janice Larkin, Joni Valoria, Milt Hayes, Joyce Hendricks, Warren Martin, Bill Lewis, Harold Shapiro, Rev. Bob & Roberta Abstein, Chris Phillips, Dan Montgomery, Jane Smith, Elizabeth Keeley, George Alexander, Gary Parker.
BEFORE SURGERY: Kathleen Iacobelli, Julie Brannock, Paul Manno, Edie Teal.
BIRTHDAYS: (4/8) McCall Kimball, (4/9) Audrey Greene, (4/10) Ben Frost, Molly Frost, (4/11) Sue Schnorf, Beth Brinkley, (4/12) Kelley Francis, Ben Mikkelsen, (4/13) Ruth Hepler, (4/15) Meg Gonzales, Justin Perry, Christina Pyburn, (4/16) Connor Buckalew, Katie Lowry, (4/18) Kelly Iacobelli, Matthew Shannonhouse, Olivia Lopez, (4/19) Nancy Ban, (4/23) Nancy Sandlin, Jan Severs, (4/25) Brian Williams.
ANNIVERSARIES: Tom & Kristin Blackstock (4/10), Jay & Joyce Hendricks (4/17) Juan & Beth Sandoval (4/18), Richard & Tanya-Bowers Dean (4/20), Bob & Karolyn Olliffe (4/22), Bob & Pat Pepper (4/23), Doug & Susan Jenkins (4/28).
PARISH CYCLE OF PRAYER:
PRAYER FOR OUR RECTOR SEARCH: Almighty God, giver of every good gift: Look graciously on St. Catherine’s, and so guide the minds of those who shall choose a rector for this parish, that we may receive a faithful pastor, who will care for your people and equip us for our ministries; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
We love to recognize birthdays and wedding anniversaries for everyone in our parish! We have a year-round calendar to pray for these special dates, send birthday cards, and publish in our bulletin and newsletter. Would you like your birthday or anniversary included in our remembrances? Please send names and dates to us using the Volunteer Opportunities form in your bulletin, or contact the church office.
HELP US HELP YOU
Please let the church know when you or a loved one has a medical procedure, an illness, a life transition, or other special need. We are here to serve you. Please allow us the opportunity to share your experience and offer our support. Simply contact the church office at 770-971-2839. Thank you.
Two-Week Look Ahead
Below are the next two weeks of events and activities, correct as of publication date. For the entire up-to-the-minute parish calendar, go to Calendar.
Please hold these dates:
By Youth Director Sally Paris, sallystcatherines.org
April 9 - Palm Sunday
Join Chandler Sherry on Saturday, April 8 from 4 to 6 pm at St. Ann's Catholic Church. Sign up for Chandler's team here: www.helpmakemiracles.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donordrive.participant&participantID=345832
8 pm to 8 am at St. Cat’s. $20 covers food and activities, friends are always welcome. RSVP to Sally by April 16.
Hopefully we'll have a new rector soon, and I need your help welcoming them! What I need from all youth... a picture! I would like to have pictures of everyone with their name so that the new Rector can get to know who we are more easily! The picture doesn't have to be formal, but please make sure your face is able to be seen clearly. I would love to have these pictures as soon as possible. Email them to sallystcatherines.org. Please also include 1-2 words that you would use to describe the Youth program and imagine what a great gift this will be to help our new rector get to know us!
Youth! Are you interested in helping out with HERO CENTRAL VBS this summer, June 12-15? You should sign up with this link: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/409054CABAA2BA0FD0-vacation .
Who: Youth grades 7-12, friends are welcome!
If you have not registered but plan to attend, please let Sally know ASAP! Space is filling up fast!!
We had to think on our toes and be flexible! We got to spread mulch at the church and serve our community in a way we didn't know we needed to. Mr. Ivey took us on a tour of the grounds behind the Youth House and we had lots of fun too! What a blessing it is to have a community like this! #rite13 #stcatsyouth
The Wheel is published two times per month on Fridays. All editions are in electronic form (HTML) posted on our newsletter page and distributed by email to all members subscribed to the "Parish Announcements" email list. Printed copies of each newsletter are available for pickup at church in the foyer on the Welcome Table or in the nearby wall rack. We welcome contributions of articles and photos of interest to the parish. Articles and photos are due by midnight on Wednesday 2 days before the publication date. Please submit items via email (below) or to Editor Karen Manno's mailbox at church.
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Does everyone in your family receive The Wheel, St. Catherine's newsletter? Is everyone subscribed? Email is a primary means for our parish communications. You may sign up on on our Subscription page. Or you may send the names and email addresses of everyone who would like get their own copy to Karen Manno at the email address below, or note them on the Volunteer Opportunities form in your bulletin, or contact the church office at 770-971-2829. You'll receive your online version via email, and you can find all current and prior issues of The Wheel on our website at www.stcatherines.org
Editor: Karen Manno, Karenstcatherines.org or 770-973-8668
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