The SANCTUARY LIGHT burns as a reminder of the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the tabernacle. The light burns this week in honor of their wedding anniversary - Paul and Geraldine Mansbery, as requested by their children.
Flowers around the Blessed
Mary statue this week are for Ken Hartman as requested by his sister Sue Place.
Parish Sunshine Committee
Expecting a baby? Planning a surgery? Experiencing an illness or family hardship? Did you know that our parish has a special ministry called the Sunshine Committee? We are here to bring meals to those in need within our church family. If you (or someone you know) would appreciate a few meals, home-cooked and delivered to your door at your convenience, please contact Aimee Taylor, 627-0388, or firstname.lastname@example.org. We have a team of volunteers ready and willing to help when needed.
St. James Parish Advocacy Program Members
Members are needed to join your parish Advocacy group. We would love to have more programs for parishioners with disabilities. We get lots of ideas from other parishes, i.e., a respite evening or morning for parents of children with disabilities; visiting shut-ins more often; etc. Please contact Jeannette Crnkovich at 626-4647 email@example.com or Phyllis Schwartz at 627-0138 firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to get involved in this ministry. God bless you!
Here at St. James, we have hosts available during Communion that are practically gluten-free. They have a gluten content of 0.01%, which is a negligible amount for most. They are made, stored, and shipped in a dedicated gluten-free environment.
How can I go about receiving these hosts? All you have to do is ask the priest or extraordinary minister for a gluten-free host and they will be happy to oblige!
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
All are encouraged to join us for Adoration every Thursday, following 9am Mass until 4pm. The Chaplet of Divine Mercy and accompanying prayers are prayed every Thursday at 3pm during Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. We have copies of The Divine Mercy Message and Devotion, available to you at our cost of $6 each. Please contact Jimmie Robbins, 431-6955, to reserve your copy.
If you have one weekend per month to serve...
The Sacristan Ministry is in need of volunteers to set up for Masses on weekends. Please consider helping out, even for one or two Masses per month. Our current Sacristans are overworked because we are understaffed. If interested, please contact Dann Barkume at 625-2449 to obtain more information.
St. James is offering a new ministry. Anyone who has concerns, questions or might be seeking advice regarding pregnancy has a place to call. Jesus challenges us to follow His example and be there for one another at anytime. A volunteer, Lourene Reynolds, R.N., is available for any individual who needs a listening ear. Lourene has extensive experience and believes we live in a complex and stressful society. It is often found that people are isolated when they experience the blessing of a pregnancy. This ministry will be provided with compassion and empathy. All information is strictly confidential. Lourene is available anytime and can be reached at home (717)-569-3649 or cell (570)-417-3209. God bless us as we embark on this journey.
- Till the 2013
- Christmas Bazaar?
- When you are decorating your home for the holidays and later as you store them away
Please remember the Floral Design Team!
We are in need of:
*Wreaths, swags & fir branches
*Snowmen, Angels and Santas
*Hemlock pine cones
*Christmas themed mugs & containers
*Floral wire (green, silver, gold)
Thank you so much for your previous donations - they are what make our floral designs so successful!
- The Floral Design Team is in dire need of at least one (or more) electric skillets without non-stick coating. We would greatly appreciate your donation.
Please leave in the parish office or at the Craft Room door in the RE hallway.
Many thanks for all your prior help.
St. James Knitters meet on Tuesdays from 10am-noon. We knit prayer shawls and other items that we donate to those in need. We also knit items to sell at the bazaar. If you knit or crochet and would like to join us for fellowship, please come. If you would like to learn to knit you are also welcome to join us. For further information contact Jeannette List at 626-1715 or email@example.com
Meetings are held every Tuesday from 7:00-8:30pm in Our Lady's Center. The evening includes Scripture reading, contemporary music, a brief teaching, and intercessory prayer. You are welcome to participate or sit back and observe. "Where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I in their midst." Matthew 18:20. For further information or to request prayer, please contact Frank or Alberta Turcio at 569-6163.
Find the Redemptorists Online at redemptorists.net
Looking for a few bytes of spiritual food during the week?
Want to know more about what the Redemptorists do?
Curious about how to join us?
Visit redemptorists.net. There you'll find daily audio homilies preached by Redemptorists of the Baltimore Province. This is also the place for province news, vocation retreat schedules, and a gift shop.
Follow the Redemptorists on Facebook and Twitter, too.
All this and more at redemptorists.net!
Pray for Redemptorists!
In this Year for Priests, we invite you to pray for our priests, for the Redemptorists of the Baltimore Province who serve our parish. Brochures are available in the narthex. Learn more about the Redemptorists at: Redemptorists.net - listen to daily audio homilies, visit our gift shop, and find our how you can join the mission!
Fundraising Bus Trip To Benefit
Join us on a Day trip to Cape May, New Jersey on Thursday July 11.
Explore on your own. Have the whole day to enjoy the beach, whale watch, shop, activities and restaurants in this popular Victorian Resort.
$65.00 per person covers transportation only.
For more information please call
Mary Read at 333-0689 or e-mail icaPeru71 firstname.lastname@example.org
See Eastern Europe with Father O'Blaney!
You are invited to help Father celebrate his 80th birthday and 55th anniversary of priesthood ordination by going on an exciting pilgrimage to Eastern Europe in November 2013. Visit Warsaw, Krakow, Budapest, Vienna and Prague. $2998 per person (includes air/land, plus taxes/surcharges). Please contact the parish office for additional information.
- Thirteen days in September 2-15, 2013. Travel this Year of Faith to Rome, Pisa, Florence, Lake Maggiore, Milan, Venice, Padua, Assisi, Sorrento-Capri, and Pompeii. Optional 3-day Extension to Sicily. $3,389.00 P/P Dbl includes hotel, daily breakfast, guided tours. Additional/Optional: Airfare, Trip Cancellation insurance. For details, contact Carol Showalter at 717-471-3443.
Creighton Model FertilityCare System
Introductory Sessions of the Creighton Model FertilityCare System and NaProTECHNOLOGY®, a means of monitoring one's reproductive and gynecologic health held regularly throughout the Diocese. Applicable to all reproductive categories including breastfeeding and pre-menopause. In addition to achieving or avoiding pregnancy, this system can help in evaluation and treatment of infertility, repetitive miscarriage, abnormal bleeding, ovarian cysts, pelvic pain, PMS, and perimenopausal symptoms.
Registration required. For information regarding sessions in the Lancaster area, contact Laurie, Lancaster Care for Womens Fertility, at 669-8404 or email@example.com
The loving giver and preserver of all life, God is unjustly accused when conceived of as a vengeful, punishing despot who wrests the breath of life from the weak and sinful (1 Kings). In the words and works of Jesus, the mind and purpose of the Father have been made known. Caretaker of the poor and help of the sinner, God restores life to the spirit as well as to the body (Luke). His mercy supersedes the law and tempers strict justice with love (Galatians).
By divine power, Elijah restored life to the son while Gods forgiveness restored life to the widowed mother (1 Kings).
The call to ministry is not necessarily contingent upon qualifications, background or heredity. Freely given, vocation is a grace that must be nurtured and developed by talent (Galatians).
Compassion motivates the disciples of Jesus to restore life to the forgotten lonely and the poor (Luke).
Jun 14-15 - Parish Yard Sale
Jun 22 - Father OBlaneys 55th Ordination Jubilee 5PM Mass, followed by Dinner, Reception w/DJ
July 14 - 7PM Vespers in the Park and Ice Cream Social
July 23-26 - Tuesday-Friday 6:30-8:30PM SJH
2013 Vacation Bible School All are welcome. To register on-line to attend or as a volunteer, just click here and fill out the form. Thank You.
- CATHOLIC WORKER
Corpus Christi House, Vine St., Lancaster, PA
House Needs Collection
Please choose a household item listed on a sea shape on the summer display for The Catholic Worker House project. Please bring the item to Our Ladys Center by June 23. Thank you and God Bless all,
St. James Social Justice Network
|St. James Men's Club Golf Outing
A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL who participated in making our 8th Annual Golf Outing a SUCCESS (Sponsors, Prize Donors, Raffle Partakers, Etc.)
A SPECIAL THANK YOU to Father O'Blaney, Anne Corvelle, and Phyllis Schwartz for their support and skills. The Golf Committee
The Silver Liners will meet on Wednesday,
June 12 after the 9am Mass. This will be the last
meeting until September. Come and have
refreshments with your friends. All are invited.
If you have made reservations for the Dutch
Apple Theatre "South Pacific" show and dinner,
the deadline for payment of$48.00 is July.
THEOLOGY ON TAP
Theology on Theology on Tap offers a safe
environment for young adults (21-30 something) of all faiths and walks of life to come together in fellowship, prayer, and personal growth. What's on Tap.
||News from IMPACT Catholic Youth Group
FAITH FORMATION NEWS
The Parish Yard Sale
will be June 14/15 in St. James Hall!
Proceeds will benefit our IMPACT Catholic Youth Group and our Religious Education Program.
Donations will be accepted June 3-14.
||City Star Diner, Manheim
Community Church Program
St. James parishioners can bring in our church bulletin anytime and 10% of your total bill will be contributed by City Star Diner to St. James. Last month we received a check from City Star in the amount of $62.42! Thanks to all who brought the bulletin in for their Sunday morning breakfast, weekday lunch, or any-day dinner. The program is ongoing, so be sure to bring our bulletin in the next time you eat there.
We are being proactive and offering HEARTSAVER/AED classes at St. James.
Our focus is the well being of our parish and we are supporting training of our ushers, youth ministry leaders and catechists. We are also extending the offer to lay parishioners (not health care professionals) after we evaluate how many spots are available. This class will be offered free or possibly a good will offering to offset the cost of the cards provided to those whom complete the class. Class dates are as follows Mon. June 17th 12-4pm, Tuesday June 17th 5-9pm and Tuesday June 18th 6-10pm
If you are interested in signing up for a class or have any questions, please contact Carmen Sliko at 626-1805 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and she can let you know the availability.
We are very fortunate to have wonderful professional members of our church that are extending their time and talent to offer this service to our parish family. Please consider attending a class and becoming heart smart!
St. James Men's Club Raffle Winners
The Men's Club would like to THANK ALL who participated in our Raffle Proceeds to support St. James Parish grounds maintenance, including snow and ice removal, lawn care and reducing debt of the Parish Pavilion.
The Golf Outing Committee
Mike Gergal, Tom Huegel, Joe Klazas, John Sukenik, Walt Zale
Weber Tailgate Grill
Rob & Joan Sterr
Wagon of Prizes
Special Sunday BBINGO
Sunday, June 23
Doors Open 12:30pm
Bingo Starts 2:00pm
20 Regular Games
St. James Parish Hall
505 Woodcrest Ave., Lititz
50-50 specials / Lots of Food
$15 9 regular cards / 3 strips Jackpot
Sponsored by the Men's Club of St. James
Must be 18 years old to play!
- Card Shower for Father Brendan!
- 50 Year Anniversary of Ordination to the Priesthood
- If you would like to send a card to Father Brendan on the occasion of his 50th anniversary, his address is:
- Rev. Brendan Greany, C.Ss.R.
- OLPH Rectory
- 526 59th Street
- Brooklyn, NY 11220-3899
St. James Social Justice Network News
Social Justice News
The next St. James Social Justice Network meeting is Sunday, June 16 at 6:00 p.m. in Room 102. If you cannot make the meeting but would like to be on our list to help with St. Marys Meals, Crispus Attucks, etc. please call Phyllis Schwartz at 627-0138, email email@example.com.
A Social Justice Project
Beads of Peace
Ten years ago Father O'Blaney asked the Social Justice Network to collect rosaries, medals, small booklets and saint cards for a Riverton, WY ministry called Beads of Peace. (Josie Meekins of St. Margaret Catholic Church, started this ministry as a pro-life rosary making ministry in 1990. By 2000 Josie, and husband Harry, were shipping rosaries and sacramentals to overseas missions as well.) The items collected at St. James, and sent to the Meekins, have been shipped around the globe, mostly to India and Africa. Some items are also distributed locally. If you have items for this ministry, please place in the round brown "hat" box, above the coat rack, in Our Lady's Center.
RELAY FOR LIFE News: Relay for Life Norlanco Rally
June 14-15 Cocalico High School, Denver
4PM Friday until 4PM Saturday
Do you enjoy walking, jogging or running? The Relay team is looking for you!
The American Cancer Society's RELAY FOR LIFE is a non-competitive event where teams take turns
walking, jogging or running around a track, relay-style, for 24-straight hours.
Bring a team of family members, neighbors and friends of all ages to come
JOIN IN THE FUN and CONTRIBUTE TO A WORTHY CAUSE!
We will embark at our Relay site and enjoy the fellowship, entertainment, food and more while waiting their
turn to walk. You are invited to join us, anytime day or night, during our 24-hour walk.
If you'd like could help us by walking an hour,
please contact Trina Siegrist at 627-1125 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Life Watch newsletter When Does Life Begin? The medical science community recognizes life begins ... read the rest of the newsletter here.
Saturday Morning Mass
Respect Life Committee encourages all to attend Mass on Saturday mornings. More abortions are performed on Saturdays than any other day. Prayer is our most powerful weapon to fight the evil of abortion. Consider signing up to pray at the Harrisburg Planned Parenthood. The abortionist in Harrisburg is named Earl McCloud. Pray for him to stop killing the unborn innocents! info@40DaysforLifeHarrisburg.com
Spiritual Adoption Program
Much has happened in our baby's seventh month.The eyes are now opening and closing. The baby can hear, taste, touch, cough, yawn and hiccup.The mother has now provided the baby with immunity to a wide variety of diseases.At A Woman's Concern, clients attend two sessions per month in the 7th and 8th month.During her last month, she attends weekly parenting education classes.Therecover getting ready, infant temperament, infant massage, reducing the risk of AIDS,care and the importance of bonding.Most of the baby points she needs "to purchase" the baby items available at A Woman's Concern are earned during the last three months.
Happy Mother's Day to our babies' mothers. Yes, our unborn babies' mothers can celebrate Mother's Day.
Keep in mind that, if you are pregnant, we have a book of blessings available for children in the womb. Please contact Father O'Blaney for more information or to schedule a blessing.
Read the latest SJN minutes here.
- If you have not already done so, please RSVP TODAY!
On June 22nd, we will celebrate
- the 55th Anniversary
of Priesthood Ordination of
- Father OBlaney, C.Ss.R.
Mass of Thanksgiving at 5PM,
followed by a Dinner and
(music provided by
DJ Tony Grochowski )
All are welcome!
Please support our youth attending this years Steubenville Youth Conference Trip
by helping with the Parish Yard Sale on June 14-15!!! This Yard Sale will benefit IMPACT, by providing additional needed funding for our youth who are attending the 2013 Steubenville Catholic Youth Conference.
We need items donated and LOTS of help to make this a success! This is our one and only fundraiser for this years trip so we really hope that everyone will come out and support us!
Items may be dropped off beginning on Monday, June 3.
Donations of new or gently used Household Goods, Clothing, Electronics, Books (no textbooks or encyclopedias, please), small Furniture in good condition, small Appliances that work, crafts, fabric and sewing supplies, linens, tools, and other useful are welcomed between June 3 and June 13.
Dividing perennials? Why not pot some to donate?
Items can be dropped off in SJH or the Parish Hall Lobby.
Tax receipts will be given, upon request.
Yard Sales...good for the environment, good for fundraising and fun for all!
Job Search Group
A note from Father OBlaney:
Our parish has a Job Search Group to help people who are unemployed and underemployed. The group provides advice (including one-on-one assistance with cover letters, resumes, interview preparation etc.) and moral support to job seekers. There is no cost or obligation for attending the meetings and it is open to all (within and outside of the parish). Especially encouraged to check out the Group are all who are unemployed or underemployed and anyone who would like to share talents and experience to helpseeking a new job. The Leaders of the Group Gerry Lefchik (569-5123) and Chuck Reynolds (569-3649) invite you to attend any meeting.
More than 20 job seekers who have attended the meetings have obtained new jobs. Meetings are held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month.
The next meeting will be Tuesday, June 2 at 7:00 PM in Religious Education Classroom 103.
For planning purposes, please contact Gerry Lefchik or Chuck Reynolds to register to attend. However, even if you have not registered you are welcome to attend.
The link below provides profiles and contact information of some of the client members of the Group. These are talented people who are ready to work in your company or another company that you may know of that has a need of the skills each possesses. Your assistance in helping these people be matched with jobs will be greatly appreciated by the individuals and the companies fortunate to add them as employees.
Look Who's Searching
Please Lend A Helping Hand!
2013 RCIA Class Service Project
Ministering to our elderly parishioners through support, companionship and gift bags of personal care items. The RCIA class is asking for your help with our Service Project. Please consider donating the following items, which will be assembled into gift bags and delivered personally by RCIA class members, to several of our elderly parishioners who are in nursing homes, home bound or in need of assistance. Hand/Body lotions (Gold Bond, etc.) Sleep Socks, Kleenex, Tea Bags, Large print crossword/word search books, Powder, Note Cards, Postage stamps, Decks of playing cards (large print), Small flashlights Candy 1nints (Peppermint, Butterscotch, etc.), regular & sugar free, Gift cards to local businesses (groceries, gas, etc.) Batteries, Additionally, perhaps your child would like to make a small craft, such as sun catchers, to include in the gift bag!
Items should be placed in the box marked RCIA project, located in Our Lady's Center, by no later than Monday, July 8, 2013. Monetary donations will also be accepted to purchase additional items, gift bags and tissue paper. Gift cards and monetary donations can be dropped office at the Parish or RE Offices or put in the collection basket in an envelope marked "RCIA project." We'd also like to thank you for all the prayers, cards and the warm welcome we've received during our journey to the Catholic faith. God Bless!
The 2013 RCIA Class: Trina, Sylvia, Michael, Megan and Derek
Songs for the Journey is a nondenominational volunteer music ministry. We offer live music as a comfort and a guide for those who are near death.music is very soft and slow, lasting about 30 minutes, and with just one or two of us present with you.lends relaxation, peace and sanctity to the moment.you are in need of this ministry for aone or wish for further information you can go to our website www.Songs4theJourney.org For urgent requests call BOTH numbers: 569-1723 and 471-0590
Catholic Radio is on the Air!
WHYF AM-720 features Catholic programming from EWTN radio is now broadcasting. This station is an effort of Holy Family Radio a local lay apostolate. This strong AM signal based in Shiremanstown reaches into many parts of our Diocese with quality Catholic programming. Please tune in and give it a listen. For more information contact; Holy Family Radio, Inc., PO Box 6028, Lancaster, PA 17607-6028, email@example.com, or on the web at: www.yourholyfamilyradio.com
Catholic CDs Available
We are pleased to make available to our parishioners Lighthouse Catholic Media audio CDs and other Catholic resources. These materials, located in the Narthex, change periodically so feel free to browse the display often. They are provided to St. James, free of charge, by Stewardship: A Mission of Faith, a non-profit organization located in Elizabethtown. Donations are accepted and appreciated!
Special Prayer Service
In acknowledgement of May as Mental Health Awareness Month, a special prayer service has been planned. It will be held on Sunday, May 19 at 2:00 p.m. at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, 558 Walnut St., Lancaster. It is hoped that the prayer service will begin the building of a faith community in the Lancaster area, providing hope and support for persons with mental illness, their families and friends. The service will include prayer, scripture reading, testimonies, and a blessing. There will be a reception following the service. For more information, please contact Deacon Bob Weaver at 394-8709.
Healing the Heartbreak of Abortion
Without question, abortion can be one of the most traumatic experiences in a womans life. Surrendering the Secret is a powerful 8-week study that helps hurting women find the path to healing through honest, interactive Bible study. You will be encouraged and supported as you allow God into rooms of your heart that might have been sealed for too long. Its time to heal. All you need is to be willing. He wants to set you free.
Study begins in April 2013 at Lisas home in Lititz and will run 8 consecutive weeks.
For more information and begin your healing journey please contact Lisa McCoy at 717-538-4889 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All contact is confidential.
- December 7, 2013
Catholic Womens Conference
The Feminine Genius:Every Womans Gift
Philadelphia Convention Center
Sponsored by ENDOW and the
Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
Register today with our early registration rates!www.CatholicWomensConference.org.
Adult:$60, High School Youth:$50
News from Our Mother of Perpetual Help School
- SPREAD THE WORD
- KINDERGARTEN REGISTERATION
- FOR OMPH SCHOOL IS STILL BEING ACCEPTED
OMPH School has ALL day Kindergarten with After School Care Availability; Cross Grade Level Prayer Pals; A Secure, Air Conditioned Learning Environment; Daily Involvement with Redemptorist Priests; An Expanded Playground Area Including Grass Fields for Play; Weekly School Liturgy; Bus Transportation to Eight School Districts; Daily School-Wide Prayer; Smartboards in Every Classroom and Access to iPads; Physical Education, Computer, Fine Arts and Library Classes Every Week.
The mission of Our Mother of Perpetual Help School is to teach the whole child, emphasizing Catholic values and moral teachings, thus enabling students to take an active role in our Church and as citizens of the United States of America and the world community. Applications can be requested by calling the school office at 738-2414 or on our website www.omph.org. Financial aid is available for qualifying families.
To learn more about our school, please visit our website at www.omph.org or call the school office at 738-2414 for further information. Financial aid is available to qualifying families.
News from Lancaster Catholic High School
- Mark your calendars now for the all new 2013
Lancaster Catholic High School Carnival
Free bands and entertainment every night
Lower admission price $3 adult; 6 and under free
Purchase your "ride all night bracelets" in advance
at your local Turkey Hill Mini-Market (only $12)
Catholic Schools night - Tuesday, June 18th -
admission only $1 for students wearing their
Lancaster Catholic Alumni night- Saturday, June 22
admission only $1 for LCHS alumni
Opening night entertainment- Steven Courtney
We are still in need of adult volunteers, so if you are interested, please go
to www.lchsyes.org to sign up.
- Concert & Lecture Series
- Lancaster Catholic High School Fine and Performing Arts Department proudly presents our Concert & Lecture Series Kick-off concert: An Evening of Jazz & Swing Standards featuring all LCHS Alums
Al Schulz 56, Carole Paydock Bitts 58, Tom Marks 79, Tim Powell 80, Tony Brill 80, Kathy Howard Shaffer 82, Don Peris 82, Meg Schulz Maley 82, Carolyn Schulz Magner 83, Mike Bitts 83, Jerry Laboranti 97.
Friday, May 31st, 7:00 PM LCHS Cafeteria; FREE ADMISSION donations accepted for our LCHS friends of the Fine and Performing Arts Department Campaign.
Information about LCHS is also available on our website at www.lchsyes.org.
SHARE YOUR LIGHT! VOLUNTEER! Volunteers are needed to staff a very special summer camping program for people with mental disabilities on August 11-16, 2013, at Camp Kirchenwald, near Hershey. We are looking for full-time and part-time staff. No experience is necessary, but those with experience in fishing, camping, hiking, and arts and crafts are especially welcome. We are also in need of nurses. Attendance at training is required for all new volunteers. If interested, please call the Diocesan Family Ministries Office at 717-657-4804, or email email@example.com.
Text to Join INSIGHT Newsletter
Text HBGDIOCESE to 22828 to Get News From the Diocese of Harrisburg. You will receive INSIGHT our e-newsletter. It comes monthly or as needed with news, updates and reminders on happenings and matters of interest & importance to our local Church. You can also join by visiting www.hbgdiocese.org and using the sign-up box at the top right of the page.
Youth Protection Standards
An audit conducted earlier this year has verified that the Diocese of Harrisburg continues to be in compliance with the national standards for youth protection. The extensive audit process is a critical accountability tool that demonstrates to all the seriousness with which the church takes the promises made in The Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People. This is an aggressive safe environment program with a comprehensive set of procedures established by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in June of 2002 that addresses allegations of sexual abuse of minors by Catholic clergy and gives guidelines for reconciliation, healing, accountability and prevention of future acts of abuse.
Youth Protection efforts in the Diocese of Harrisburg include:
Zero tolerance for abusers in ministry or employment within the Diocese.
Multiple background checks on all employees and volunteers, who work with youth.
Passing a required on-line training program on how to recognize and report child abuse.
Students receive instruction in age-appropriate child abuse awareness programs.
ID badges for all persons who have completed the requirements of our diocesan Youth Protection Program.
Outreach efforts to victims and families.
Prudent and prompt inquiry into each accusation.
Open communication and due process for all involved.
Information about the Youth Protection Program can be found on the Diocesan website at www.hbgdiocese.org/SafeYouth.
Diocesan Safe Environment Resources and Lessons
The Diocese of Harrisburg considers the safety of the children and young people in our Catholic schools and Religious Education programs to be of the utmost importance.
If you would like to review the student and parent safe environment resources that are provided each year in our Catholic schools and Parish Religious Education programs, please click on the following link: http://hbgdiocese.org/default.aspx?PageID=2038e026-e283-479d-8ec1-365e01318dfa