Saint Anselm Church



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aint Anselm Church

12670 Dunks Ferry Road

Philadelphia, PA 19154

Parish Center School

Phone 215-637-3525 215-632-1133


Fax 215-637-4915 215-632-3264

Parish Website: www.stanselmparish.org

School Website:

http://teacherweb.com/PA/SaintAnselmSchool/SchoolHomePage


MASS SCHEDULE

Weekend


Saturday Vigil 5:00 PM

Sunday 8:00; 10:00 AM; 12:00 Noon

Weekday

8:30 AM (Monday thru Friday)

8:00 AM (Saturday)

First Sunday in Lent

22 February 2015

PARISH CENTER HOURS


Monday thru Thursday 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Saturday 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Sunday 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM


PASTORAL & ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

Reverend Thomas J. Dunleavy.……………..Pastor.…………….....ext. #11…………..father.dunleavy@stanselmparish.com

Reverend David M. Friel.…………………....Parochial Vicar……..ext. #14…………..father.friel@stanselmparish.com

Deacon Gerald J. Whartenby ………………Pastoral Associate......ext. #12…………..deacon.whartenby@stanselmparish.com

Deacon Dennis P. Warner.…………………..Pastoral Associate…..ext. #17…………..deacon.warner@ stanselmparish.com

Mrs. Geraldine Murphy……………………..Principal………………………………….gmurphy@stanselmparish.com

Mrs. Diane Leonetti..……………………….. Director of Music…...ext. #29…………...dleonetti@ stanselmparish.com

Mr. Dennis Mueller..………………………...Religious Education...ext. #15…………...dmueller@ stanselmparish.com

Mrs. Theresa Grillo..………………………...Business Manager..…ext. #13…………...tgrillo@ stanselmparish.com

Mrs. Kathleen Zaremski..…………………...Parish Secretary…….ext. #16…………...kzaremski@stanselmparish.com

Mrs. Joanne Jackson………………………...Receptionist………….ext. #10.…………..jjackson@ stanselmparish.com

Mrs. Ronnie Harkins ………………………..Receptionist….............ext. #10….………..rharkins@ stanselmparish.com


BAPTISMS

Baptisms are every Sunday at 1:00 PM. Parents are asked to call the Parish Center and speak with the Priest or Deacon who is on call and who will assist them in registering their child for Baptism. The Church assists the parents by offering instruction on the meaning, importance, and responsibilities of the sacrament of Baptism. A Pre-Jordan Baptismal Program for helping parents prepare for the spiritual birth of their child is held on the fourth Sunday of the month in the Spirituality Center following the Noon Mass.
WEDDINGS

Couples planning to marry are asked to contact a Parish priest to make arrangements for a wedding.

CONFESSION SCHEDULE

Saturdays 3:30-4:30 PM

Lenten Penance Service Monday, March 30th 7:00 PM

DEVOTIONS

Rosary 8:00 AM Daily


6:30 PM Monday

Divine Mercy 3:00 PM Monday (Chapel)

Eucharistic Exposition 9:00 AM – 6:30 PM

Monday - Chapel

Benediction 6:50 PM Monday (Chapel)

Stations of the Cross 7:00 PM Friday

Miraculous Medal Novena 8:00 AM Mass Saturday

Legion of Mary 7:00 PM Monday

Charismatic Prayer Mtg. 7:00 PM Tuesday




+ THE HOLY SEASON LENT 2015 +
CREATE YOUR OWN LENTEN PROGRAM

Prayer + Fasting + Almsgiving (Works of Charity)
Traditionally, a good Lenten program consists of doing some form of prayer, fasting, almsgiving (work of charity) on each and every day of Lent. Before deciding on what prayer, fasting, and almsgiving you will do, spend some quiet time in prayer and ask the Holy Spirit to help you identify where you need new life (Easter) to flower, spring within you this year. Take a close look at your life and ask the Holy Spirit to help you see what is weak, defective, and sinful in you. Aware of this, choose some form of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving (work of charity) to do each day of Lent. Your Lenten program will be the means through which God will be at work healing, forgiving, restoring, and making right whatever has become weak, defective or sinful in you. Through your Lenten discipline of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving (work of charity) God’s grace will enable new love, faith and goodness to come to life in you.
WOODCHIPS

To remind you to be faithful to your Lenten program of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving, use a woodchip. Woodchips are available on the tables with the bulletins. Keep the woodchip in your pocket or someplace where you can see it every day. On the Wednesday of Holy Week, there will be an evening prayer service during which the woodchips will be nailed to the cross.

Being made of wood, the woodchips remind us of the wooden cross of Christ. The cross was heavy and difficult for Jesus to carry but he willingly did so in order that forgiveness of sin and new life would be possible. Our Lenten program of prayer, fasting and almsgiving for forty days of Lent may be hard and difficult but believe that, in it, Jesus will be at work causing Easter and new life to happen within you.



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