Pray & March Here to End Roe v. Wade

Join the Knights of Columbus in praying the Nine Days for Life Novena and Rosary 45 minutes before all weekday Masses from Jan. 7 to 15, to end Roe v. Wade. Meet in the church library weekdays, and in the church before weekend Masses. And please participate in the Knights’ Parish Life Chain silent vigil to […]

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Friendly Visitor Ministry

Nearly everyone has been a “friendly visitor” to someone. It does not require going to meetings or giving reports. When you missed someone at Mass and checked on them, heard someone needed help and you helped, called someone to chat and let them know they are thought of & missed, you are communicating that that […]

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RCIA ~ A Journey in Faith

Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults Are you thinking about becoming a Catholic, or are already a Catholic but not confirmed? The R.C.I.A. is a process of spiritual growth and exploration of our Catholic Faith. It is a faith journey for adults who would like to explore the possibility of becoming fully initiated in the […]

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Catholic Storeroom by Fr. Paul Wharton

Our priest in residence Fr. Paul Wharton has started a Facebook Group called “Catholic Storeroom.” The Roman Catholic Church has been around for nearly 2000 years. Many saints, mystics, theologians, and writers have contributed to the Tradition that has been handed down and added to from one generation to the next. The purpose of The […]

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House Introduces Most Extreme Pro-Abortion Appropriations Bill Ever Seen

This week, the House Committee on Appropriations will mark up the Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies (LHHS) appropriations bill, which currently excludes the 46-year-old Hyde Amendment and other longstanding, bipartisan provisions including the Weldon Amendment. Eliminating these provisions would force taxpayers to pay for elective abortions and force health care providers […]

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Red Cross Blood Drive

The Knights of Columbus, Council #9039 are sponsoring their Spring Blood Drive for the American Red Cross on Tuesday, May 4th from 11:00am to 3:30pm in Brendan Hall. To schedule an appointment, visit the Red Cross website: www.redcrossblood.org and simply enter zip code 28470 and click on St. Brendan’s or call the Red Cross at […]

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A note from Fr. Mark about Safety

CDC Guidelines for Indoor Activities Make Indoor Activities Safer: Stay at least 6 feet apart Wear your mask correctly and consistently Limit the amount of time spent with others Dear Parishioners, That last tip is very important and is the reason why, from time to time. There might be no homily, in addition to no […]

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Note on Offertory Envelopes

Dear Parishioners, The Offertory Envelopes get sent from Our Sunday Visitor based in Huntington, Indiana. They do not get mailed from the parish office! As many parishioners have experienced, from time to time there is an unexpected delay in the mailing of the envelopes, but they will eventually get to you! Thank You, Fr.Mark

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Lower Cape Fear LifeCare

Lower Cape Fear LifeCare offers multi-week, no-cost, virtual grief care programs for those coping with the death of a spouse or other family members. The groups will be held in a secure virtual environment. Click here and see more information on page 4 of the bulletin.

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