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Our young ambassadors and chaperones have arrived in Indianapolis for the NCYC confernece. You can follow along with the conference progress via live streaming from the conference website - www.ncyc.info

This week over 25,000 people will travel to Indianapolis for the NCYC 2017. It will be held at the Lucas Oil Stadium and Convention Center. The Diocese of Camden is sponsoring a pilgrimage to the NCYC. There are 85 people from 9 parishes.

We will leave Wednesday, November 15th at 9:00pm from Williamstown and travel by bus all night to Indiana. The NCYC begins Thursday night at 8:00pm, with 25,000 youth from all 50 states. Friday and Saturday will be long grace-filled days, starting at 8:30am and ending after 10:30pm. There are many dynamic speakers and musicians giving workshops.

The closing Mass will be on Saturday, November 18th at 8:00pm. We then will depart for New Jersey around midnight. You can follow the NCYC - live streamed at www.ncyc.info.

Please pray for our six youth from our parish: Angeliqúe Banchs, Jovan Cosme,
Natalys Gonzalez, Hector Melendez, Jhocelin Morquecho, Sully Sanchez and Fr. Ed and Monica Smith for a safe and grace-filled journey.

The Youth Group of Mary, Queen of All Saints Parish presents our annual Christmas Wreath Fund Raising Sale featuring:

Decorated 16" Frazier Fir Wreaths - Cost $16.00 each
Decorated Grave Coverings - Cost $16.00 each

Contact the Rectory before December 4, 2017 for more information. Ordered Wreaths and Grave coverings may be picked-up on December 9th and 10th after all Masses.

I invite all parishioners to consider being involved in one of the liturgical ministries during our masses. We are in need of Lectors and Eucharistic
Ministers. Please consider being more involved in our Eucharistic celebrations.
If you would like more information please contact Father Ed at the Rectory.

We would like to thank everyone who donated a casserole(s) to Joseph House in September. Through your kind generosity we were able to donate 45 casseroles to help Joseph House feed the homeless during the last week of September. For those who signed up for our casserole donation program, and anyone else who would like to contribute a casserole to help feed the homeless during the last week in October we will be collecting them on Thursday October 19th between 2:00 - 2:30pm on Camden Avenue at 48th Street. If this date/time is not convenient for you or you have any questions, please call Maryanne Hanger at 609-560-4437 or 856-541-6225 to make other pickup arrangements

Joseph House Casserole Program - Casserole Ideas & Size
Casserole size - half steamer pan (10.5x8.13ish), please label with contents, date made & date frozen.  Content labeling example = mac & cheese with ham, meatless chili, tuna with rice & peas, etc.
Casserole ideas:
 - Mac & cheese plain, tuna, ham, vegetables
 - Chili meatless, beef, turkey
 - Tuna with pasta & peas, rice & mixed vegs in white sauce or creamy soup.
 - Leftovers hamburger/chicken/etc. with vegs in a creamy soup sauce
 - Ground beef with mashed potatoes and mixed vegetables
 - Pasta with meatballs or sausage in tomato sauce with cheese.

Stewards Value Others

"Do nothing out of selfishness: rather, humbly regard others as more important than yourselves…" Philippians 2:3

Pride and ego are hard things to control. We see how others act or dress and think we are superior to them. We idolize our own selfimage. But, if we truly believe everything is a gift from God, we recognize all the people that God has put in our lives as gifts! We are grateful for how they enrich our lives. Stewardship calls us to pray every day for the people in our lives.

Religious Education registration forms are at the Parish House from 9:00am to 4:00pm during the week or by calling the Religious Education Office at 661-9489.

As the cold weather takes hold our food pantry could use donations of canned soup, stews, hot chocolate, instant oatmeal and also jelly. We accept all non-perishable items and donations can be left in the pantry box at the church

Ongoing Activities:

Perhaps you have been coming to Mass with a relative or friend and have considered becoming Catholic. Perhaps you did not receive all of your Sacraments as a child in the normal course. Perhaps you know someone like this that is spiritually searching? We have just the right program for you! It is called the Rite of Christian for Adults (R.C.I.A.).

Any adult can investigate and proceed to prepare for the reception of the Sacraments in the Catholic Church in a personal and relaxed manner through this program. Please call the rectory for more information.

Confessions in both English and Spanish are offered Saturdays, after the 4:30pm Mass until the 6:30pm Mass and again after the 6:30pm. Confessions are also offered in English as usual from 3:30pm until 4:30pm Mass.
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