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Parish Site: Queen of Peace
820 North Hills Avenue, Ardsley, PA 19038
of
Peace Parish
Parish E-mail: [email protected]
Parish website: www.qofpeacechurch.org
Rectory Phone: 215-887-1838 Rectory Fax: 215-887-8328 Worship Site: St. John of the Cross
2741 Woodland Rd, Roslyn, PA 19001
Convent Phone: 215-887-4785 PREP Phone: 215-886-3014
Pastor
Music Ministry
Rev. John J. Nordeman
E-mail: [email protected]
Joseph Costello - Parish Business Manager
E-mail: [email protected]
Dee LeFevre Organist/Pianist
Deacon
Parish Secretary
E-mail: [email protected]
Marie DePasquale Adult/Youth Choir Director
Parish Services and Support Coordinator
Email: [email protected]
P.R.E.P.
Deacon Raymond Jacobucci
E-mail: [email protected]
Sunday Ministry
Rev. Rene Barczak, O.F.M.
Chris Marsh - St. John of the Cross Worship Site
Skipp Webb & Joe Wright
Maintenance
Anne Florian E-mail: [email protected]
Mon. – Fri.: 9:00 AM-12:00 PM & 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Masses
Saturday Evening: 5:00 PM, Sunday: 7:30 AM, 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM
Daily: 8:00 AM (Monday thru Saturday)
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Good Shepherd Catholic Regional School
Phone: 215-886-4782 | Fax: 215-517-6708 | School Website: www.gscregional.org
Principal: Sister Patricia Healey, I.H.M. | E-mail: [email protected]
Advancement Director: Mrs. Barbara A. Gress
School Business Manager: Mrs. Marilyn Shapiro
Phone: 215-886-0126
Phone: 215-884-1591 | Fax: 215-887-9241
E-mail: [email protected]
E-mail: [email protected]
February 1, 2015
FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK
Saturday, January 31, 2015
5:00 PM Joseph Appell req. by Steve Appell
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Dt 18:15-20 / 1 Cor 7:32-35/ Mk 1:21-28
7:30 AM Jennie Auriello req. by Priscilla & Tony
Auriella
9:30 AM Mary Hendel req. by Marge Dorazio
11:00 AM William C. Ashworth req. by the Ashworth
Family
Monday, February 2, 2015
Mal 3:1-4 / Heb 2:14-18 / Lk 2:22-40
8:00 AM Missa Pro Populo
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Heb 12:1-4 / Mk 5:21-43
8:00 AM Patrick Defelice req. by Lourdes Defelice
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Heb 12:4-7, 11-15 / Mk 6:1-6
8:00 AM Norma Barba req. by Lourdes Defelice
Thursday, February 5, 2015
Heb 12:18-19, 21-24 / Mk 6:7-13
8:00 AM Patricia Ganley req. by Patrick Ganley
Friday, February 6, 2015
Heb 13:1-8 / Mk 6:14-29
8:00 AM Joseph Cochrane req. by Florence Cochrane
Saturday, February 7, 2015
Heb 13:15-17, 20-21 / Mk 6:30-34
8:00 AM Kelly Kline req. by Doreen & Ron
Hildebrand
5:00 PM Lillian Musser req. by Betty Templeton
Sunday, February 8, 2015
Jb 7:1-4,6-7 / 1 Cor 9:16-19, 22-23/ Mk 1:29-39
7:30 AM Catherina Propato req. by Rosa & Mario
Carlo
9:30 AM Betty Mumbauer req. by Jerry & Helen
Barba
11:00 AM Charles Bolger req. by Hazel Craig
SANCTUARY LIGHT
MEMORIAL
Week of February 1, 2015
This week the Sanctuary Lamp
is for the intentions of
Alexandria Diemoz
Req. by Richard & Joanne Gill
Alexandria is 13 years old and is
scheduled to have brain surgery
Sunday Offertory Collections
Collection for January 24/25:
$15,620.00
Thank you for your continued generosity.
REST IN PEACE: Queen of Peace Parish expresses
our sympathy and the promise of our prayers to the
family and friends of: Mark F. Brady, Sister Marie
Jamesine, I.H.M., Peg Meehan, Christian Cianetti,
Robert Price,
PLEASE PRAY for all those who are ill at home, in
nursing homes, in hospitals and especially for:
Savilla O’Brien, Al Dean, Tracy Nagle, Robert
Engerer, Kathleen O’Lone, Maryann Ostrowski, Joe
Zaro, Kendall Anderson, Elanore Oakes, Harry
Wilson, Irene Pomerink, Brigid Cawley, Charles
Nicholson,
Eleanor Slavin, Roberta Leadford,
Eleanor Simpson, Marie Valoris, Tom Mitchell, Geri
Fritz, Steven Ring, Tony Powers, Elaine Hopham,
Dominic Kramer, Mary Krivitzki, Philip Kennedy,
Keith Yarnell, Bill Acker, Jim Blurton, John Cawley
(of England), Marion Kash, Baby Francesca Dever,
Phil Adamo, Jr, Margaret Forcey, Thomas Forcey,
Andy Funk, Matthew Gallagher, Tom Henry, Jessica
Kennedy, Ryan Kraenbring, Steven Knox, Joseph
Kraft, Florence McDermott, Barbara McKenna, Kate
McManus Stephen Pearson, Donna Whelan, Joseph
Wolos, Sr., John Wrigley, Rose Manzo, Vivian
Razler, David Tack, John Kozlevcar, Donna Mellon,
Betty Jean Smith, Pauline Tack, Martin Lennon, Mary
Kay Mooney, William Trippel, Michael Dougherty,
Elaine Scully, Clare Marron, Fred Woodward, Sr.,
Jerry Giovinazzo, Roberta McCormick, Mary Jo
Egoville, Diane Wolfe, Maureen Kane, Colleen
McKeever, Donald Poirier, Joseph Kendra, Kimberly
Corbett, Sophia Corbett, Mike Fanelli, Rosemary
Gardner, Carol Ferdman, Theresa Windish, Mason
McDermott and Shirley Beehan.
PLEASE REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS
all people serving in our Armed Forces at home and
overseas, especially: 1st Lt. Sean Dudley, Jake Kelley,
Jeffrey Rohrback, DC.FA Thomas A. Forcey (Japan),
Scott Chilman, Josh Verlin, Bill Dougherty, Edward
Short, Drew Pascuzzi, Thomas Meehan (Afghanistan),
Captain Robert F. Poiesz (U.S.A.F.) QofP– 149 p.2
PASTOR’S COLUMN:
Dear Friends In Christ,
His fame spread everywhere throughout the whole
region of Galilee. Think about the word fame as it
relates to Jesus. Jesus was well known for his great
teaching and his miracles and his ability to inspire
people to live the Gospel message of sacrificial
love. Even the unclean spirit mentioned in the
Gospel knew who He was. Today, as you know, is
Super Bowl Sunday. Most likely, one or more of
the players on the field will achieve some sort of
"fame" because of his athletic ability. Celebrating
the achievements of a professional athlete can be a
good thing but coming to know Jesus and his
teaching and his ability to heal and to inspire people
to live the Gospel message of sacrificial love,
should be the central point of our lives.
Last Sunday we "kicked off" our celebration of
Catholic Schools Week at the 11:00 Mass and we
had various activities at Good Shepherd School
throughout the week. Many thanks to all of you
who support our school in so many ways. Forming
the young people of our parish in the Catholic faith
is a vital part of our parish mission. I am grateful to
Sister Patricia, the faculty and the staff for their
faith-filled effort in helping our school children to
grow in their relationship with Jesus, the Good
Shepherd. Have a blessed week.
Yours In Christ,
Fr. John Nordeman
SIGN OF PEACE AT MASS
During this cold and flu season, please be mindful of
others at the exchange of the sign of peace at Mass.
If you have a cold or the flu or any of the symptoms
associated with them, would you kindly refrain from
shaking hands with others. Perhaps you could
nod your head or wave and that could be a sufficient
offering of the sign of peace. Thank you for your
consideration in this matter
QUEEN OF PEACE FUNDRAISER NIGHT
1720 Old York Rd., Abington.
HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH!
Due to poor weather on the originally scheduled
date, the Parish fundraising event at Bonnet Lane
Restaurant has been rescheduled to Monday,
February 9th. The parish will receive 10 % of
dinner sales from 4:00 – 9:00 PM. Join us!
SANCTUARY FUND
The Queen of Peace Sanctuary Fund assists the
parish by defraying the cost of much needed
materials, e.g., Altar Candles, Linens, Vestments.
We thank the following people for their generous
donations and we remember their loved ones in our
prayers:
In Memory of:
Catherine Cataldi
Catherine Cataldi
Marianne Gianelli
Mario Carlo, Jr.
Mario Carlo, Jr.
Mario Carlo, Jr.
Mario Carlo, Jr.
Mario Carlo, Jr.
Veronica Tweed
Michael V. Gilvarry
Mary Patricia Schulze
Mary Patricia Schulze
Mario Carlo, Jr.
Mary Patricia Schulze
Mario Carlo, Jr.
Mario Carlo, Jr.
Pasqueline Russo
John Maruscak
Pasqueline Russo
Pasqueline Russo
Mario Carlo, Jr.
Mario Carlo, Jr.
Elsie Engle
Kelly Kline
Mario Carlo, Jr.
Kelly Kline
Hank Brucker
Debbie Muscella
Joseph Quinn
Henry Brucker
Pasqueline Russo
Betty Dominick
Betty Dominick
Betty Dominick
Betty Dominick
Joseph V. Donnelly, Jr.
Jacqueline Marie Cray
Elizabeth Dominick
Charles Markward
Edward O’Lone
Edward O’Lone
Edward O’Lone
Edward O’Lone
Edward O’Lone
Francis Boyle
Donald Furmanski
Susan Farley
Donated by:
Kevin & Sue O’Donnell
John & Beth O’Donnell
Dolores Purcell
Nick & Josie Silveri
Angie Fittipaldi
Domenic Fittipaldi
Matt & Patti Duff
Carol & Tony Fennell
Dolores Purcell
Dolores Purcell
Chris & Dave Barba
Kathy & Charlie Bennett
Kathy & Charlie Bennett
Bill & Donna Brennan
Doris Paul
Scott & Beth Chilman
William D. Staffieri
Dolores Purcell
Joanne Angelo
Keith &Kathleen Blalock
Bernie & Marianne Grace
Terry Kittredge
Kathy & Charlie Bennett
Kathy& Charlie Bennett
Anne & Francis Grindle
Anne & Francis Grindle
Judith Dougherty
Joan DiDonato
Fred & Theresa Lempa
Joe Grindle & Family
Joseph & Lynn Manko
Nick & Josie Silveri
Bill & Dolores Dougherty
Kathy & Charlie Bennett
Joe Grindle
Dolores Purcell
Dolores Purcell
Dolores Purcell
Joe Grindle
Bill Bergan
Mario & Rosa Carlo
Chris & Dave Barva
Matt & Patti Duff
Bill & Donna Brennan
Joan Nordon
Italo & Mary Lou
Vassalluzzo
Italo & Mary Lou
Vassalluzzo
Please consider contributing to this fund in memory
of a deceased loved one.
QofP – 149 pg. 3
Due to inclement weather conditions,
the lottery drawing was postponed to
Wednesday, January 28th (after the bulletin went
to print). Winning numbers for Jan. 28th will be
printed in next week’s bulletin.
Director of Religious Education: Mrs. Anne Florian
e-mail: [email protected] Phone: 215-886-3014
Religious Education Office is open daily, Mon-Fri. 10-3
FEBRUARY PREP CALENDAR
LECTOR SCHEDULE
YEAR B – 2014-15
4th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
01/31 – 5:00 PM
Rosemary Tomanio
Sharon Lanning
02/01 – 7:30 AM
Priscilla Auriello
9:30 AM
Michael Breslin
Pat Fallon
11:00 AM
Liz Evans
Eileen Herbert
5th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
02/07 – 5:00 PM
Jim McCormick
Charles Zwicker
02/08 – 7:30 AM
Maria Delatorre
9:30 AM
Mary Unger
Stephanie Unger
11:00 AM
David Daniel
Sister Rita Magraff
February 4: Regular Class
February 11: Regular Class (Safe Touch Lessons
being taught tonight)
February 18: Regular Class – Ash Wednesday
(Ashes will be distributed to the students during
PREP time in the school.)
February 25: Regular Class
CONFIRMATION PRACTICE FOR
CONFIRMANDI & SPONSORS
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2015, AFTER 11:00 MASS.
REMINDER: Sponsors who are NOT members of Queen
of Peace need a letter of eligibility from the parish where
they are registered members.
CONFIRMATION RETREAT
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2015, FROM 9:00-12:00.
Sponsors welcome to attend with the students. We will be
using buses for transportation to the St. Katharine Drexel
Shrine in Bensalem. More details to follow.
R.C.I.A.
Our next meeting of the Leisure Club will be held on
Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at 11:30 a.m. in the hall of
the North Penn Post 676, Glenside. Come out for a day
of fun, relaxation & good company. New members are
always welcome. Meeting dues are $1.00 for which
coffee & donuts are served. Annual membership is
$10.00. Guests may come to two meetings before
requiring membership. The VFW sells lunch for those
interested.
LEISURE CLUB UPCOMING TRIPS:
March 11, 2015: Sugarhouse Casino and Georgine’s.
Cost: $45.00
April 15, 2015: Dutch Apple “Funny Girl”. Cost:
$75.00
Sept. 28 – October 4, 2015: Maine & Massachusetts –
7 Days - $865.00
QUEEN OF PEACE SODALITY
Sodality meets Tuesday evenings from 6:45 to 7:20
p.m. for prayers for the Perpetual Novena in Honor
of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal and devotions.
Join us February 3rd for the Rosary and Sodality
Office Prayers (Blue Book)
Rite of Acceptance/Welcoming for Abigail Yates
will be on Sunday, February 1. We welcome Abigail
& promise her our prayerful support as she continues
her formal instruction preparing for her reception of
Eucharist and Confirmation at the Easter Vigil.
ALTAR SERVER SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, JANUARY 31
5:00PM; Andrea & Jessica Sokolski, Megan Strange
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1
7:30AM; Nicole Nguyen, Samantha Carlson
9:30AM; Madison Gass, Will Price, Enzo Kerwood
11:00AM; Liam Casey, Joseph McAvoy, Armando
Ugarte
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7
5:00PM; Jubel & Cassandra Simenthy, Alyssa Sacco
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8
7:30AM; Maria Notarianni, Melissa Olimpo
9:30AM;
Stephen Ciavardelli, Sophie Buttry,
Christopher Gress
11:00AM; Kevin Discavage, Jack Duffey, Isabella
Chesnes
QofP – 149 pg. 4
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Monday, Sept. 7th – Friday, Sept. 11th, 2015
Package includes: 4 nights’ accommodations at the
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Also included: Round trip motor coach transportation, 4
full breakfasts, 3 light fare lunches, 4 full course dinners,
complete schedule of daytime activities, nightly music, a
different show each night. Activities include: Indoor
outdoor bocce & Shuffleboard, indoor and outdoor
pools, fitness center, cooking classes, cosmetic
demonstrations, bowling, line dance lessons, bingo, arts
and crafts. Call Budd Little @ 215-361-9980 for more
info. Price for $589.00 (based on double occupancy)
includes all gratuities. Deposit of $100 per person upon
registering.
Final payment due July 17th, 2015.
Cancellation insurance is available at a cost $80.00.
Ardsley Family Day Presents…
OLDIES NIGHT
Friday, February 27, 2015 from 7-11 PM
at the VFW Post 676
2519 Jenkintown Rd., Glenside, PA
Admission: $25 (includes Music, Food & Beer)
To reserve your ticket call: Commissioner Zappone
@ 215-887-0224 or John Quinn @ 267-625-4173
COLLECTION OF OLD PALM
We will be collecting old palms to be burned
for Ash Wednesday. There will be a container
in the main vestibule of the church to collect
old palm. The basket will be in the main
vestibule until Wednesday, Feb. 11th.
MELODRAMA
SAVE THE DATES!
Queen of Peace is having our first annual
Melodrama/Dinner Theater on March 20 and 21st.
There will also be a matinee showing on
Sunday, March 22nd
Melodrama is a fancy name for adult comedy
community theater.
If you are interested in joining helping with stage
crew or kitchen contact KATHY OURSLER 215
588 6523 ([email protected]) .
It's a lot of fun!!!!
Hope to see you all in March!!!!
WORLD MEETING OF FAMILIES
FEBRUARY 2015
To prepare for the World Meeting of Families and
Pope Francis’s visit, we are studying a catechesis
on family life called Love is Our Mission: The
Family Fully Alive. Each month, our parish is
reflecting on one chapter. Previous monthly
reflections are online at PhillyEvang.org/wmof. You
can order the catechesis and learn more about next
year’s big event, at WorldMeeting2015.org.
CHAPTER 4: TWO BECOME ONE
Our first three chapters reviewed basic Christian
faith. We saw how confidence in Jesus opens the
door to faith, enabling us to know God and what
God has done in history. God creates male and
female in his image, and makes a covenant with
Israel and the Church. God is faithful to his
promises, even when we sin. Because God loved
us in this way, we spend our lives trying to return
our love to God and share it with our neighbor. In
this month’s chapter and in the chapters to come,
we will study the implications of these doctrines
for marriage and the family. When husband and
wife promise to love each other as God loves us
all, they make a commitment to love not only
romantically, but also with mercy and forgiveness.
Our culture sometimes teaches us to think of
marriage as a negotiable contract between two
individuals who happen to feel sexual chemistry.
This view of love is a recipe for instability, since
it is still premised on individualism and the
waxing and waning of romantic feelings. The
Church’s alternative account of love enables us to
transcend the culture of individualism and become
who we were created to be. Founded on Christ,
sustained in the sacraments, Catholic marriage
builds humility and self-sacrifice into the dynamic
between male and female. As this month’s chapter
explains in more detail, sacramental marriage
creates intimate communion even in times of
suffering and hardship. “Love is our mission,” as
our catechism’s title declares, because Christ’s
love frees us from false, shrunken accounts of
love and makes us fully alive.
- Christopher C. Roberts, catechism editor
Did you know? The World Meeting of Families is
for everyone, whether you are married, single,
celibate, or consecrated! Talk topics include
marriage, parenting, grandparenting, celibacy,
dating, fostering vocations, family life and much
more. Visit the website for the list of speakers and
talk titles: WorldMeeting2015.org.
QofP – 149 pg. 5
Good Shepherd
Catholic School
A School fostering: God + Scholarship +
Community + Service
What does GSC offer?
As a school community
we model the Gospel
values of faith, hope
and love to lead our
students to a deep and meaningful relationship with
GOD.
We challenge our students to value
SCHOLARSHIP as a life-long love of learning. We
lay the foundation for our students to become caring,
responsible members of the global COMMUNITY.
We lead our students to reach out to others through
acts of charity and SERVICE in our parishes and
neighborhoods. This is the MISSION of Good
Shepherd Catholic School.
GSC has all the
advantages of a private school experience, but without
the private school cost! Come join us!
Religion “Bee” Champions… Students at
GSC participated in a Religion Bee during Catholic
Schools Week. The winner in Grades 1 through 4 was
Olivia Dougherty, and the winner in the Upper Grades
was Ann Abraham. Congratulations to all of our
students who were contestants.
Box Tops for Education… Don’t throw away that
dime! Remember to clip the “Box Tops” off your
General Mills’ cereal boxes and other participating
products. Each label is worth 10 cents and benefits
G.S.C.
QUEEN OF PEACE
CYO SPRING SPORTS REGISTRATION
Registration for the Spring CYO season is now
open. The CYO offers Baseball (boys in grades
6-8), Softball (girls in grades 4-8), Track and
Field (boys and girls grades 4-8), Pee Wee Track
(boys and girls grades K-3), and Co-Ed High
School Volleyball (boys and girls grades 9-12).
Information and registration forms can be found
on our website at www.queenofpeacecyo.com.
Please
contact
Eileen
McDonald
at
[email protected] or 215-517-8138
with questions.
From the Advancement Office
Good Shepherd Catholic School
TRANSFER GRANTS
Good Shepherd Catholic School is excited to
announce the Year of Christian Witness
transfer grant program available for students
who transfer from a public, private or charter
school, grades 1 through 8. All transfers must
commence for September 2015.
Through this grant program, we are blessed to
provide a premier Catholic education to all. In
doing so, we support family relationships with
our loving God as we strive to further the
Mission of Good Shepherd Catholic School.
Preparing our students for a faith-filled life of
learning, leadership, and love for others.
Please contact:
Barbara A. Gress
Advancement Director
Good Shepherd Catholic School
[email protected]
215-886-4782
Good Shepherd Catholic School - United Way
Our United Way Code is 51448. We truly value and
greatly appreciate your remembering Good Shepherd
Catholic School in your charitable donations / gifts.
Good Shepherd Catholic School
ALL ARE WARMLY WELCOME TO VISIT!
All are warmly welcome to visit us any day
during the school week, M – F, 9 am to 2 pm, or
schedule a private tour at your convenience.
Contact our Advancement Director, Barbara
Gress, at 215-886-0126 or via email at
[email protected] We look forward
to your visit!
QofP – 149 pg. 6
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FITZGERALD’S 215-884-8410
TIRE & AUTO SERVICE
JENKINTOWN & EASTON RDS.
GLENSIDE
215-699-3442
(215) 885-1100
Alignments Brakes Tune-Up
W W W. M AY F U N E R A L H O M E . C O M
Monday-Tuesday
1 Kids Meal FREE
(betwn. 5pm-8pm; from kids menu)
2708 LIMEKILN PK., GLENSIDE
215-517-7719
DINNER
ENTREES
Showers • Christenings
Confirmations • Communions
Funeral Luncheons
Dine In Only
All Pasta & Dinner Entrees NOW
Include Salad
SUNDAY thru THURSDAY ONLY
Alice J. Tillger
Attorney At Law
Now offering...SNOW REMOVAL
(267) 808-7200
24/7 Emergency Service
24 Hr. Emergency 215-880-9945
Painting • Patios/Decks • Home Repair/Remodeling
http://www.propertyrecovery911.com
Direct Insurance Billing
Call for Parishioner Discount
PARISHIONER, SENIOR CITIZEN & VETERANS DISCOUNTS
Commercial • Residential • Fully Insured
Donald J. Miller
Donald J. Miller
813 Glenside Ave.
Wyncote, PA 19095
(215)886-9513
#PA026511
Residential & Commercial Electric Contractors
Family Owned & Operated Since 1948
813 E. Abington Ave., Wyndmoor, PA 19038
Phone: 215-233-0598 • Fax: 215-233-0133
Email: [email protected] • www.frankduffelectric.com
Matt & Patti Duff • Parishioners Since 1993
Complete
Car
Care
“A Neighborhood Repair Shop You Can Trust” Open for Lunch & Dinner
Mention This Ad For 10% OFF
2846 Limekiln Pike, Glenside, PA 19038
(215) 886-7489
215-884-9727
Direct: 215-358-1066
www.maripatking.com
501 Old York Rd., Jenkintown
Jenkintown Plaza • 215-886-2266
DK AUTO REPAIR
Servicing, All Make & Models
Maripat King
(215) 358-1100
(215) 997-4100
Frank Duff Electric Service, Inc.
Thomas
Bowman
ATTORNEY AT LAW
162 South Easton Road, Glenside, PA 19038
Serving The
Parish Since 1989
Jason Stone - Owner • Free Estimates
www.StoneFinishRemodeling.com
NEED ELECTRICAL WORK?
Criminal Law - DUI & Juvenile Cases
Wills & Estates • Accidents - Personal Injury
Wills • Probate
Elder Law
Medicaid Planning
Real Estate
215-657-7440
* Member PA & NJ Bar
Realtor®
“Your Neighborhood Expert”
215-576-6888
1185 Easton Rd., Roslyn
Water Mitigation
Mold Remediation • Fire Restoration
Emergency Board Up
Filitalia Abington Chapter
Promoting the Italian Culture through meetings,
classes and events. Scholarships available
to members. New members welcomed.
For information, call Gloria at:
267-716-8486.
Ask about the Dinner Dance March 7, 2015
Parishioner
Let us Host Your Next Event
Since
1998
Moonlight Family
DI N ER
15% OFF
215-882-1220
1409 Easton Rd., Roslyn, PA
All Major Brands & Micro Brews
DAVE KAISER
Home Delivery
Owner Tech
215-659-0891
Free Estimates
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43 Limekiln Pike
Glenside PA
215-576-5255
www.pizzaboxpa.com
Carpet • Vinyl
Hardwood
Refinish Old Hardwood
215-657-1880
Roslyn
Waterproofing One
Wet Basement? Call today
Basement Waterproofing
Mold Removal,
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484-410-4110
Dublin Woods Family Dentistry
Dr. Robert Brett, D.D.S., F.A.G.D.
& Associates
1390 Fitzwatertown Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001
(215) 659-4477
149 Queen of Peace, Ardsley, PA (B) Rt. D
Local Diocese Member
3401 W. Moreland Rd.
Willow Grove, PA
[email protected]
• Family and Cosmetic Dentistry
• Preventative Care
• Orthodontic/Orthopedics
• Day and Evening Hours
• Sleep Apnea/TMD
• Implants
• Laser
BARRY F. DAROCHA, D.M.D., M.A.G.D., F.I.C.O.I.
SUSAN M. ROTZAL, D.M.D., M.A.G.D., F.I.C.O.I.
230 N. Keswick Ave.,
Glenside, PA 19038
Phone: 215-885-4252
Fax: 215-885-7487
[email protected]
www.dynamicmoderndentistry.com
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Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner
Visit us at sjrizzocatering.com
General Practice Including:
Wills, Real Estate, Personal Injury
Criminal Defense - Free Confidential Consultation
215-886-1077
162 S. Easton Road, Glenside 215-572-0955
102 Tyson Ave., Glenside, Pa 19038
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Email: [email protected]
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