Eucharistic Procession for Peace in the Middle East


On Sunday, October 26 at the conclusion of the 11:15 a.m. Mass at Saint Charles Borromeo, we will have Exposition of the Most Blessed Sacrament and recite the Litany of Saints to pray for peace in the Middle East. We will then process with the Most Blessed Sacrament to Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Cathedral to join their parishioners, and then continue the procession to Assumption Parish. After arriving at Assumption, we will enter the Church for concluding prayers. At the conclusion of our procession and prayers the three parishes will retire to the Assumption Church Hall for refreshments.Please RSVP at [email protected] so that we can have enough refreshments for all.

Sacramental Celebrations in 2009

During 2009 we celebrated 38 Baptisms, 12 Marriages (plus an additional 10 prepared for out of state marriages), 5 Confirmations and 3 First Holy Communions. In addition two candidates in the R.C.I.A. were Baptized, two candidates were received into the Catholic Church while one completed First Holy Communion and received Confirmation. May God bless all of these good people and continue to guide and direct their faith formation! Pray for them.

Donations for 2009

End of Year Donations
As you approach the end of 2009 looking for charitable donations to lower your taxes please remember Saint Charles Borromeo Church. Your gift will allow us to continue the work of “spreading the Good News”!
Income Tax Charitable Donation Statements
We can provide end of the year statements of yourcontributions to St Charles Borromeo if needed for your income tax. I.R.S. regulations permit us to provide statements of contribution for cash offerings only if those donations are made in an envelope and we record them weekly. Sometimes we are asked to provide statements of contributions for cash placed in the basket on a weekly basis. This can only be done if those cash offerings are made in an envelope and recorded by the counting group each week.